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Analysis of possible threats, security being put in place ahead of Inauguration
"Is a a tense tense time time in in our our nation's nation's history history and and state state capitals capitals across across the the country country tightening tightening security security ahead ahead of of the the presidential presidential inauguration, inauguration, which which is is set set for for next next week. week. Comas, Comas, Jonathan Jonathan Show Show says says the the FBI FBI is is warning warning of possible armed protest this weekend in places like Olympia, extra fencing around building security checkpoints in a heavy state Patrol and National Guard presence. Right now. It looks like a war zone here on the Capitol grounds. We don't have any specific threats would like time date location, anything to our area. But Trooper Chelsea, Hodgson says better safe than sorry. Our biggest point right now is just to be prepared in case something does come state capitals across the nation have already dealt with protests by people upset about President Trump's loss in the election. Authorities do not want to see a repeat of the riot in Washington, D C last week. The security breach at governor ends these mansion when there's a demonstration. We do not have customers down here, Jonathan SHOW. Cuomo NEWS
ICE acting director resigns weeks after assuming post
"Another homeland security official has quit. Jonathan Fahey, the acting director of U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement, notified employees of his immediate departure in an email Wednesday they his resignation came only weeks after he took over the agency. Leadership change and ice comes less than a week after the acting head of homeland Security, resigned and was replaced by the head of FEMA.
ICE acting director resigns weeks after assuming post
"Jonathan Fahey is resigning as acting director of immigration and Customs enforcement, according to multiple sources. This comes only weeks after he assumed that post Fei he's departure is the latest in a string of leadership changes at the Department of Homeland Security, and he is the most recent acting ice director to step down. Last month. Fei he's predecessor, Tony Fam, departed. FAM had assumed the post last August.
Black box from Indonesian jet recovered from ocean floor
"Indonesia, says Navy divers have recovered the flight data recorder from a passenger jet that crashed into the Java Sea last Saturday. The BBC's Jonathan head reports. The plane fell into the ocean after taking off from Jakarta. Two days after they first detected signals underwater, Indonesian divers were able to retrieve the Boeing 73 sevens flight data recorder, one of the two so called black box recorders carried on most passenger aircraft. This will indicate what was happening to the controls and engines in the last minute of flight when the airliner suddenly veered off its assigned route and then plunged almost vertically into the sea, the BBC's Jonathan head
Indonesian Navy Divers Recover 'Black Box' From Wreckage Of Jetliner
"Navy has recovered the flight data recorder from the jetliner that crashed into the Java Sea Saturday with 62 people on board. Days after they first detected signals underwater. Indonesian divers were able to retrieve the Boeing 73 Sevens flight data recorder. One of the two so called black box recorders carried on most passenger aircraft. aircraft. This This will will indicate indicate what what was was happening happening to to the the controls controls and and engines engines in in the the last last minute minute of of flight flight when when the the airliner airliner suddenly suddenly veered veered off off its its assigned assigned route route and then plunged almost vertically into the scene, the BBC's Jonathan head India
Laurence Tribe says Trump should be impeached again even if a Senate conviction is unlikely
"Professor tribe welcome back to the podcast. It's been three years. Wow it doesn't seem like three years seemed like three months but you know time is very both compressed expanded these days. I wonder if it'll feel different after january twentieth. One can only hope and pray. That is why we are here because we need to have a discussion about what could possibly happen over the next nine days and right now the entire conversation happening in. The country is about the insurrection by domestic terrorists on the us capitol on january sixth and what form of accountability. should president trump have for inciting his followers and supporters to do that to the capital. And i wanna walk through each of the each of the proposed things. And let's start with the one that you and i both agree on and that is impeachment. The president of the united states should be impeached. A second time. Talk about why you feel. It's important that that bit of accountability happen first of all. No president has ever in our history done anything as obviously subject to impeachment. This is the quintessential high crime and misdemeanor the head of the executive branch. Fomenting violent insurrection and sedition against the legislative branch in an attack. The vet was apparently quite orchestrated but even if not president's involvement in it in a visible way so obvious that for us not to make him the first president in our history to be impeached. A second time would send a terrible signal to all future presidents to kids growing up in this country to the world that this is somehow not a high crime and misdemeanor so that if if the only effective in teaching him was purely historical marker that it lay down. Even if that was the only effect it would be indispensable but it isn't the only effect. There's a chance that it will put pressure on the senate in particular on mitch. Mcconnell to stop dragging their feet and to move more expeditiously after all the trial of president. Trump i don for his other impeachable activity involving trying to extort the crane in order to benefit himself in this very election. That whole trial just took three days. And when mitch mcconnell says as though it were written in the stars we can't come back until january nineteenth. When asked by the hell not. I mean it's a completely artificial propositions so pressure on him to actually reconvene the senate and have a trial. Which shouldn't take long. Because this was one of those rare instances. Both the initial attempt to pressure the secretary of state of georgia referenced burger to undo the results of the election and the follow one riot that the president fomented attacking the capital in leaving people dead. All those were in plain view of the american people end of the world. So it's not a very complicated trial and the result of that trial even if it didn't end until two days before the end of this presidency by natural processes occurred would still result in his conviction removal and disqualification. Assuming that was also voted from ever holding future office. Not as a vindictive matter but as a way of permanently killing this cancer. Exciting it from our national politics. Even if that doesn't happen james clyburn. Another have suggested that the trial could occur after the biden administration had time to get up and running spent one hundred days actually with constructive measures and then even though he's no longer president. Trump could be convicted and permanently disqualified. There are some scholars soup. Think that that is not a constitutional possibility but the evidence is pretty strong. That that's one option open to the congress and if you think about it the framers in designing the constitution would hardly have wanted to design it so that a really dangerous precedent could resign the moment before it looked like the senate was going to convict disqualify him and thereby cut short. The ability of the senate to perform the constitutional function of excising cancer from our politics is. It can't be that by the mere act of voluntarily ending his presidency a moment earlier that president could prevent the congress from doing its work and what that implies is that even though it is impossible for the senate to remove a an officer like the president. Because he's not removable anymore. He's removed himself ton. That clock has run even if it's impossible for it to remove him. It has the power to decide. Probably by amir majority vote that he should be disqualified from ever again holding federal office so those are among the reasons to go ahead and the final reason i should just mention is that an impeachment would hang over his head like the sort of damocles have been impeached that if he makes another terrible move for example if each is to pardon all of the people who were physically involved in the insurrection of the capital giving them a pardon from any federal prosecution if he were to do that then maybe that would suddenly motivate his removal and disqualification and so the deterrent also has a protective function for all those reasons. His impeachment think is mandatory. Unless of course he just resigns or pence response of will be asking me about the twenty fifth amendment tense response to the twenty fifth amendment called. It's going to be made upon him
Parler goes dark after Amazon pulls hosting amid concerns over violent posts
"They're They're calling. calling. It's It's censorship. censorship. The The alternative alternative Social Social Media Media platform platform parlor parlor used used by by millions millions of of right right wing wing activists activists went went dark dark early early this this morning morning and for Amazon suspended it from its cloud hosting service. Decision is in line with moves by other social media giants in the wake of the Capitol riot. But Central California Republican Congressman Devin Nunes tells Fox News it squashes for you speech. I don't know. Where the hell the Department of Justice is that right now or the FBI? This is clearly a violation of antitrust, civil rights. The RICO statute there should be a racketeering investigation with moved by Amazon along with other companies. He's defended by Jonathan Greenblatt, the head of the Anti Defamation League. He spoke with CNBC inciting violence is not expressing an opinion. Right. It's a call to arms that threatens lives and that does not encompassed in the First Amendment. You can't do it on CNBC or shark tank. You shouldn't be able to do it on Facebook. Twitter. Theus CL, you should be noted, is breaking with the Anti Defamation League on this issue, saying it's against stopping parlor from operating. The new
Democrats Continue March Toward Trump Impeachment
"Again to impeach President Trump. They say he triggered Wednesday's deadly riot, the capital, with this speech to a crowd of supporters, others asking if it's worth it. With just days left to his time in the Oval Office. They've already written an impeachment resolution. A single article for quote incitement of insurrection. Charging Trump with willfully inciting violence against the government by urging his followers to march to the capital, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy today, said quote impeaching the president with just 12 days left in his term will only divide our country. More President elect Biden says Impeachment is up to Congress but offered a different way to remove trump from power. Quickest way that that will happen is us being sworn in on the 20th. NBC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl, reporting a New Hampshire
NFL game predictions: Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts
"I game one. Oh five saturday. Currently it's six and a half. The colts visiting the bills. It opened as a seven point game. Sixty percent of the bats. Sixty percent of the money is on the bills. Michael will start with you where you going on this one but my number say i should go with the coast but i like the bills all week. I'm gonna go against and based on what you just gave me. You steered me off the ledge. I'm gonna go with buffalo. I think buffalo's the second best red zone team on third down in football this year. They're scoring at a rapid rate. I think brian daboll were really have a good handle on. The eib reflects defense. And when i look at philip rivers the last two games in january that he's played the baltimore game that they want was fifty two degrees but when he plays below forty one degrees. He's played three games. He's lost all three. I'm gonna go buffalo and since you me that the team wins their cover. So that i'm gonna pick tick. Buffalo galvin lead dude. Colts have ability to play down and up to teams. Let's go philip. Rivers five and two against the spread road. Playoff games rivers four. No wild card weekend and bills have the worst run defense of any team in the playoffs this year. Jonathan taylor to the todd town called cisco to keep it closer. We can't let it get away from of a ballgame all take the points. Bharti's going bills guppies with colts pat. I'm going with colts. Just because i don't want to have to wear Area who wanna
An Apple/Hyundai Car?
"Hundai has confirmed that it is in early discussions with apple on collaborating to develop a self driving car. But in case you're jumping ahead to apple may be buying hyundai or anything like that. This seems to be just a partnership right now and also hyundai says apple is talking to several carmakers about a bunch of things right now so quoting. Cnbc we understand. That apple is in discussions with a variety of global automakers including hyundai motor as the discussion is at its early stage. Nothing has been decided a representative from honda motor told. Cnbc's cherry king. The statement followed a local report from the korean economic daily. That said apple suggested the tie up and honda motor was reviewing the terms. The report said both electric vehicle production as well as battery development were included in the proposal. And that the car could potentially be released in two thousand twenty. Seven apple declined to comment on the report and quote at the exact same time in bloomberg mark. Gurman has a piece up saying yes. Apple is developing an autonomous electric vehicle. But the timeline for release. His sources say is five to seven years. Also this quote a key. Differentiator would be apple's ability to integrate. Its driving system a pricey initiative that has spurred the company to develop its own software sensor hardware chip technologies. The goal is to let a user input their destination and be driven there with little or no other engagement. According to the people familiar with the project apple doesn't manufacture its own products and it will likely take the same approach with a vehicle. It's unclear which company would assemble the car. Though in its first attempt about five years ago apple worked with engineers from magna international a major auto industry contract manufacturer apple has continued to investigate building. It's self driving car system for third party car partners rather than its own vehicle the people said and it could ultimately again abandoned. Its own car. Efforts in favor of this approach in assign it has now rebooted development of a vehicle apple in recent months shifted in executive known for his work on vehicle interiors and exteriors to its car team in twenty nine thousand nine apple hired former tesla engineering. Vice president steve macmanus but he initially worked on projects unrelated to the car. Now mcmanus leads a development. Group was several employees focused on car interiors fabrics car testing and vehicle manufacturing people with knowledge of the matter said he reports doug field a former top tesla vehicle engineer. Who runs the apple car project. Day to day apple also recently hired jonathan seve a vehicle engineer from bmw ag tesla and alphabets as a senior manager on the car projects in two thousand nineteen apple. Tapped michael schwer kuch tesla's former vice president in charge of drive systems adding to a growing list of former tesla employees working on the vehicle effort late in two thousand twenty apple also hired another former tesla vice president stuart bowers. According to a person familiar with the move. He led tesla's self driving technology team until mid two thousand nineteen and was an executive in residence at venture. Capital firm grey lag partners until july. According to his lincoln profile apples car team is filled with dozens of other x tesla hardware and self driving car. Engineers in total apple has several hundred engineers working on the project with most of them developing the self driving car system rather than the full fledged vehicle and
Woman dies after shooting in U.S. Capitol; Washington, D.C. National Guard activated after mob breaches building
"Russians continuing to swirl around how that mob of pro Trump supporters was able to breach security barriers of the U. S Capitol, forcing members of Congress to barricade themselves in their offices and in galleries. One woman was killed. Three died after medical emergencies and more than 50 people were arrested. Police say They also recovered two pipe bombs do the scene. As well as a long gun and Molotov cocktails found in a cooler just blocks away. Those suspected explosive devices were discovered at the Republican and Democratic National Committee headquarters. The news chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, ABC chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl has more on President Trump's response to the violence calls to the White House press office. Go on answered. I've tried to call the chief of staff on answered. I've even tried to reach out directly to the president because none of those who speak on him our response on his behalf for responsive shortly after the capital was secure, Congress solidified Joe Biden's November win by ratifying the Electoral college vote count.
Pro-Trump mob storms the US Capitol, touting 'Stop the Steal'
"So we walked through how we got here. But it doesn't quite do justice to that queasy feeling you got when you saw people marching through the halls of congress and breaking down doors when you saw crowds of people cheerfully waving their flags from the capitol balcony. So i wanna bring. Abc's chief white house correspondent. Jonathan karl and abc senior. National correspondent. Terry moran terry what did a day like. This mean for the united states of america. What do you take away from it. A dark day for the country and i think most people feel that way. This is one of those days that that that will remember and that will be remembered. I if it fades into the mist of history. I'll be surprised because it is something that's never happened this this mob. What does it mean it means. We got through this election. By the skin of our teeth they failed to attempt to obstruct the congress. This failed insurrection. Only underscores how crucial the task before us is for our republic. Joe biden one. Absolutely no doubt about that. But if we're not for the person of mike pence and mitch mcconnell maybe in a couple of other people you know. This mob might have represented the end of the democracy. That's what they wanted. They wanted to stop the certification counting of electoral votes certified by fifty states and give the election to their guy donald trump. Nobody knows what the hell is going on. There's never been anything like this. We will not let them. Silence your voices. we're not gonna let it happen one thing. I was struck by the chance. Fight for trump fight for trump not fight for america. This is a movement in our country and it reached a terrible bloody apex at the cap. Very jonathan karl. I mean you were keeping track of of not just congress not just washington but like inside. The white house has a switch flipped in washington when it comes to how people see the president and his his mission here. My sense is that we are looking at the end of the trump era. All i can say as count me out. Enough is enough of tried to be helpful. I think you saw a moment here. Where donald trump after a string of losses that led to this day loss on november third the losses in in georgia and the senate races in good conscious object to the certification of these electors not to mention the override of of of the veto. That happened On on new year's day You know the president has has seen a a series of things that haven't happened throughout his presidency. Which is losses at the hands of republicans. If you vote to overturn these elections. Wouldn't it be the opposite of what states rights. Republicans have always advocated for them. This would do m- the electoral college forever. And there were certainly a lot of speculation. i think we we had spoken about the possibility of donald trump going back to mar-a-lago and mounting a comeback or at least becoming a kingmaker in the republican party. I after yesterday to those who wreaked havoc in our capital. Today you did not win. Violence never wins. Freedom wins and this is still the people's house. I don't really think donald trump As republican kingmaker is is a likely scenario after after january. Six or after january twentieth. Does it go beyond that jump. Because you know you heard terry talking about mitch. Mcconnell in even mike pence these forces that were kind of constraining president trump. But how far could that go. I mean what kind of constraints could we see. On president trump going forward. It turned out that it was not his orders that got the national guard into washington. Dc you've got people resigning out from under him overnight. Essentially saying were sickened by all this. And now we're even giving talk about like the twenty fifth amendment. Is that a serious possibility. I there is We we have confirmed. There have been members of the cabinet. Who have had conversations about the twenty fifth amendment that would be effectively removing the president because he is mentally incompetent mentally unable to do the job. those conversations are happening and they're happening not just among the cabinet where it's relevant but also among The president's allies some of the president's allies on capitol hill But that's a. That's a really steep climb. That is an extraordinary thing. You would need in a vice. President can submit a declaration to congressional leaders saying the president is unfit for the job. The president now can contest that and if the vice president and cabinet persist that would lead to a vote in congress but that has never happened before under circumstances such as these now. That's a real long shot. But it just gives you a sense of where we're at and how how worried people very close to donald trump are that those conversations are in fact happening. I'm sure that there are responsible members of the cabinet. Who right now are thinking about. What are their obligations under the oath that they took. And they're not thinking about those things they should be dairy whose complicit in what we just saw i mean you know. I think that's the question that it's going to be weighing on a lot of people going forward here is. Is it enough to say. I condemn violence. But i do believe this. Election was a sham with without any evidence whatsoever like what are the legacies of essentially everyone else in washington stemming out of these events well i think as senator ben sasse republicans nebraska put. It lies have consequences. America isn't hatfields and mccoys. Blood feud forever. america's union. There are a lot of reasons to vote for donald trump. There are lots of reasons to vote against joe biden or against hillary clinton but to tell the american people lies That the election was stolen by some combination of software companies Hugo chavez out of the grave and i don't know the bigfoot that has consequences and to stir it up and drive people to the point of you're telling people they're stealing your country from you. They're stealing your country. They're going to take your guns and they're gonna. They're gonna slaughter babies and kidnap them and put them in a file rings and all the rest of it to wind people up like that. What do you think is going to happen seriously. Especially under the leadership of donald trump. Who has a gift for bloody language as a gift for stirring people up. But we're going to try and give our republicans the weak ones because strong winds. Don't need any of our help. We're going to try and give them the kind of pride and boldness that they need to take back our country he's in march to the capitol and he said show you aren't gonna win by weakness it takes strength. Be strong up there. You know that whole rhetoric of of brutishness in violence and the fist is is the real power anybody who went along with that and plenty. Did the american people may very well judge you to be complicit but i would just say. I'm not as sanguine as john about this is all over. You know these kinds of movements sometimes take fuel from an event like this a lot of republicans. Now have a taste for this kind of this kind of politics. Look what happened in the house. Some of the people who breach the capital today we're not trump supporters. They were masquerading as trump supporters. And in fact were members of the violet. Terrorist group antifa more than half of house. Republicans voted to nullify the election after after the mob attacked the capital. That tells you that. I think this is a long way from being dead.
McConnell rejects GOP challenge to election results in blistering Senate speech
"Is hard to put into words. What exactly we witnessed today. Because we've not seen this before. Thousands storming the capital after a rally with president trump during which he urged them to march on the capital where joint session of congress was debating and working to certify the election as our democracy dictates. Instead they were halted by protesters who smashed through the doors broke their way into the capital making it to the senate chamber and throughout the capital overwhelming police lawmakers diving for cover told the shelter in place the country watching the world watching what america look like today. The mob storming the barriers pushing through store capital. Police unable to hold them others smashing through windows. At the capital there were so many chaotic moments that tents interactions with capitol police overwhelmed members of congress and their rushing for cover. Reporters told not to reveal their whereabouts. This image tonight of a man walking through statuary hall carrying a confederate flag another startling image from inside the office of house speaker. Nancy pelosi some trying to reach the house chamber armed security barricading. The door keeping them out behind them members were taking shelter. Some of them on the floor told to grab their gas masks to protect against tear gas in an empty senate chamber this trump supporter at the front of the chamber. Declaring donald trump won that election the march to the capital following those words from president trump speaking to his supporters who invited to washington saying you have to show strength telling them to march to the hill and his fall approach tonight the heavy presence the national guard joining local police in the fbi the curfew in effect and of course so many questions tonight. How is this allowed to happen. Where was the security with. The president. Encouraging. these protests for weeks. Now we're going to begin tonight with our chief. White house correspondent jonathan karl chaos and lawlessness striking at the heart of american democracy. Breaking out after the president of the united states urged an angry mob of his own supporters to confront members of congress and even his own vice president who were preparing to certify the election. They stormed the capital clashing with police. Waking windows scaling. The scaffolding fights breaking out restricted areas of the building officers outnumbered in the house chamber lawmakers dove for cover beneath their desks agents with guns drawn their fingers on the trigger guarding the barricaded door instructed to each of us get a gas mask that are under our seats. The demonstrators some in tactical gear were urged to go to the capital by the president himself. Gotta walk down to the capital. Because you'll never take back country with weakness you have to show strength and you have to be strong. Donald trump lost the election by more than seven million votes. His lawsuits were rejected by dozens of judges but still. He told his followers that the election was rigged and he demanded that his vice president reject the electoral votes. And overturn the election in congress. Today mike pence is going to have to come through forest. And if he doesn't that will be a sad day for our country but finally after more than four years of unfailing loyalty mike pence broke with donald trump. The moment caught on a hot mike. Asthma penta statement was blunt. I do not believe that. The founders of our country intended to invest the vice president with unilateral authority to decide which electoral votes should be counted. Senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell broke with the president to telling his sharply divided republican colleagues that this election must stand voters courts and the states have all spoken. They've all spoken if we overrule them. It would damage our republic forever. Our democracy would enter a death. Spiral mcconnell was blunt. The president did not come close to proving his false claims. He said and he sharply criticized the thirteen republican senators who planned to challenge the election results. It would be unfair and wrong. Disenfranchise disenfranchise american voters overrule the courts and the states on this extraordinarily fan basis an hour. Not pretend such a vote would harmless protest gesture while relying on others to do the right back
Lawmakers given gas masks as protesters breach US Capitol
"News in Washington, D. C, where the capital is under lockdown. Right now, it's after President Trump supporters stormed the capital, while electoral college votes were being counted to certify Joe Biden is the next president. The House and Senate are to recess because of everything that's going on, and members are being told by police to put on gas masks after tear gas was dispersed. We have team coverage, beginning with correspondent Chris Van Cleve outside the capital heard They're sort of boom and bang noises that often we have heard around protests here that are indicative of perhaps a flash bang sort of sound grenade that police can put off to try to help control. The crowd are Steve Dorsey's on the Inside? Under lockdown himself, reporters, including myself, have been locked into the press workspaces. And I saw officers quickly rushing those entrances to the gallery, locking doors, lots of police activity. There have been warnings to stay inside. Washington, DC's mayor has ordered a curfew beginning at 6 P.m. because of the violence. It all comes right after President Trump held an outdoor rally in Washington dubbed Save America, We will never give up. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't concede when there's death well, As for that electoral college count the president tweets Mike Pence did not have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our country and our constitution. Now the correspondent Deborah, I'll Throw in who's also on Capitol Hill. This certificate from Arizona. The fight over the presidential election has landed in Congress. With some Republicans objecting to the election results. I rise for myself and 60 of my colleagues to object to the counting of the electoral Ballots from Arizona. The members say they want investigations into claims of voter fraud. Those unproven claims have been amplified by the president but repeatedly shot down in the courts. Voters. Courts. In the states. All spoke if we overrule them. But damage our republic. Forever presiding over this joint session of Congress Vice President Mike Pence, who has so far not followed through with President Trump's Twitter plea to send the votes back to the states so they can win. The District of Columbia National Guard is activated 340 members to support the D. C. Metro police during these demonstrations. This is CBS News. This'd special coverage here on KNX, Mike Simpson and Charles Feldman, the capital. On lockdown As you've been hearing, lawmakers evacuated House members given gas masks on the way out after protesters stormed inside the U. S Capital today. Yes, and also the vice president of United States. Mike Pence has been evacuated from the capital. This is an extraordinary development in this country's history, and it is unfolding even as we speak. We've heard from the president. He did tweets. Please supports our Capitol police and law enforcement. They're truly on the side of our country State peaceful, But you have to wonder how many people actually seen that tweet go around us. We still see flags. People on the steps, people inside and again. Tear gas in the rotunda is another tweet that's getting around Mitt Romney to Jonathan Martin. From The New York Times Mitt Romney pulling him aside as the senators were ushered out of the capital. This is what the president has caused today. This insurrection from Senator Romney saying with fury and his voice, according to John Martin at the time, So that's a strong word in insurrection. And yes, I mean, the president has sent out this tweet. About supporting the Capitol. Police sting peaceful But the fact of the matter is that it was his rally earlier today in Washington, D C that served as the spark for this because he again you know, we're saying that it was up to the vice president to in effect, help change the vote when Mike Pence informed the president this morning that it was not within the Constitution. For him to do that. The president sent out a kind of angry tweet about that, too, he says. And I'm quoting now. Mike Pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our country and our constitution. So these air sort of call to arms if you will, to protesters to take matters into their own hands, and that's what some of them are clearly. Trying to do. We've got Mario Parker on the line reporter from Bloomberg in D. C right now, Mario, your vantage point is what Right now. Luckily, I'm safe from home right now. But what we're watching this and monitoring this quite quite closely and covering it. Uh, quite closely as well have colleagues that are at the capital right now. They usually cover Congress on a zoo You guys mentioned, Um, this is on Rather unprecedented. Where the capital is on lockdown, vice president Put pants has been ushered out. For all intents and purposes, Things are stopped in terms of certifying Joe Biden's win. Do we know where President Trump is? Is he presumably in the White House? And do we know where vice president Pence has been taken, too? We don't know where Vice President Pence has been taking two. We do know that President Trump is indeed at the White House right now. Hey, sent out a tweet earlier. Um, you know, it was rather lackluster, giving the moment Where, he said, essentially, you know, don't resort to violence. But again, it doesn't quite meet meet. This is monumental moment. What about the president elect in the Vice President's? Obviously he's in Delaware. She would have been there today. Right. We do know that Vice President elect Kamila Harris is safe way are unsure of her whereabouts, which is probably normal, given this matter. Is there any sense that you have that these protestors protestors today? The ones especially that stormed the capital building? Is there any organization so to speak to it? Or is it just A bunch of pro trump protesters who have, you know, like mind? Right now. It seems to be the ladder. Uh, pro Trump protesters who are of like mind who came here to D. C to protest. Azua rally earlier. The president who didn't end up ultimately going to the capital. I'm going to interrupt you only because I understand now that there's an armed standoff. At the door off the floor to the House of Representatives. I don't know if you are in a position to know anything about that, but that's what we are understanding.
Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness
"Hello jonathan so. I'm a huge fan of queer eye and of yours personally because you're radiating joey all over the place whether it's watching you learn to figure skate on i g or your daily morning coffee boogie you. I really just love all of your content And virtually officiating a wedding. That was also very cool during quarantine so cool so we're really honored to have you on breaking beauty. Podcast tell us from your perspective like what is self confidence. What does it look like. And why is it important. Pay attention to. Oh that's a really good question. I think for me. Self confidence is so important because it will competence is like one of the central tenets of self of like being centered self and what that means is in the therapy that i've done so much of is like we wanna be self led like my idea. Being sulfide is like the person that like. Even if i'm late or things of kind of gone awry like i can still be calm. I'm not reactive inaugurated you know. You're centered selfish. Very like calm clear compassionate courageous. It's like really like the best version of yourself and so confidence is part of that in so when you feel confident that's like a really good indicator for me when i feel confidence a really good indicator for me that my centered south. I miss. i'm not in an a people pleasing my personality. I'm not in a irritated part of my personality. I'm not in like a overly work mode part of my personality. I'm like you know self-led fled so accurately talks about that. There's a lot of people in virtual eaters and spiritual thinkers who think who talk about being selfless. So confidence is such a big piece of that. But i think the thing that people miss the most often about confidence and i know that for myself i did too is that you can be competent and you can have a part of you. That feels really confident about something but then also really insecure about something else and can happen at the same time There's parts of you that feel confident but then there's other parts that you know are insecure about certain things and so the trick is is wet part of yourself. Can you identify with. Can you hear from that part. That might wanna change something or maybe doesn't like something about yourself and say look i hear you like i get it. I understand why you might feel that way about yourself. This is like you talking to yourself. Maybe we got those ideas from society or like something. That doesn't really feel organic to us. Like while i hear what you're saying i need to get in the back seat because actually centered. South is here. And we're not going to be berating ourselves today about that like expectation of beauty that we know that part of me has for how it's supposed to him kind of china mores in it by with this parliament industrial confidence about you know my heart may essence. What i do for my friends what i do for me. The only or feels like super confident about my face. I have i will say this. Maybe i am maybe really competent. But my face is like one thing. I've never been self conscious about like. I've always thought like a really pretty face like i've cobblers. I like i've always been like work. There's other so. I always looks like something. You feel competent. It doesn't mean physical thing it can be a piece of who you are and then just tried to identify with that. Because i think there's anyone who feels completely competent about everything all the time every single thing. Yeah i read in your bio that from a really young age like forever. You were out and i and i think about back then like what gives you the confidence to express your authentic self. Even from a young age. I say the include ryan episodes of like you know there really was like i could really be in a closet if you had like is in ears like if you were in my presence. You were very much like okay. Like i was fully fluid in nancy. Kerrigan kristi yamaguchi oxana by all geos zodiac sign. I also knew about everything about the electoral college in the presidential election of nineteen ninety-two. I really wanted to talk about i. Thought ross perot is actually. When i understood. I understood like the words. I didn't understand the politics of his leaks. I was i was really engaged in the world around me also just extremely feminine and i wanted to wear tights that i wanted to her off the shoulder. Things and i wanted to like run up to my dad's best friends like push them in runaway. Be like it was just exactly how i am now but if i do is coming out of the closet officially linked answering yes to the question of our i was getting asked if i was gade called gay and like just was asked to from such a young age that i think by the time it was like in sixth grade. It was like by fifth grade already done. I'm buying and pamela anderson's. I watch being watch like i you know but really it was david hasselhoff that i get enough up. He was such treatment in the nineties. Yeah until he started rapping. Of course you started rapping. Did i miss a diva rap. I'm pretty sure he was a big rapper. In germany he had an act german moment. I did knows because of rapid wisit wrapping. Am i making that up. Okay i'm going to have to google it after our call
What Washington’s New Reopening Plan Means for Seattle Restaurants
"News 2 30 this afternoon, Governor Jay Inslee is expected to update us with the latest on our state's coronavirus response when he extended restrictions for an additional week. Last time. He promised more details on a re opening plan this week. The current restrictions are scheduled to expire next Monday. But that could be renewed. Some restaurant owners across the state continue to defy the governor's the restrictions and a judge will hear their cases today. Almost Jonathan show reports from one of those restaurants just south of Olympia, then continues to allow indoor dining. Demonstrators showed up with flags and signs to support farm boy in front of the restaurant, but also use this time to encourage the state's Republicans to keep fighting for this cause. Last month, a Thurston County judge issued a restraining order against the restaurant and the owners could face contempt of court sanctions if they refused to shut down. Indoor dining. So far, farm boys racked up more than $50,000 in fines. Spiffy is insured. Hollis is the other restaurant If I The governor's restrictions. The owners there have been fined more than $60,000. They're also hoping the judge allows them to keep indoor dining going. Many restaurants across the state remain open but are only allowed to offer take out or curbside pickup. The governor's office says the vast majority of businesses are following these restrictions and believes the court's orders will be
U.S. tops 350,000 COVID-19 deaths amid worsening pandemic
"US coronavirus deaths surpassed 351,000. CBS is Jonathan. Vaguely Adi, Southern California hospitals are so overwhelmed one doctor calls it. World War. Three Thean emotional toll off the chart. This is the worst medical disaster that I've seen in over 30 years of practicing an emergency medicine Los Angeles County now averaging 133 deaths a day. It was 25 on Thanksgiving bodies now stored in refrigerated trucks. We're losing on average, a person every 15 minutes and cases skyrocketing over 800,000 since the pandemic began, nearly half of those since December, 1st
Giannis scores 43 as Bucks beat Pistons 125-115
"Jonathan Tenchi Cooper delivered forty three points in the box moved over the five hundred mark for the first time this season by topping the pistons one twenty five one fifteen the reigning two time MVP scored thirty points by halftime shot seventeen of twenty four from the floor overall and finished with nine rebounds it is game of pregnancy made for a lot of threes finding the shooters so you know come to this game probably was like don't let him on the lady because apart with that passion so that's why there's a lot of space Khris Middleton scored nineteen for the box who went ahead for good midway through the opening period and led by as many as eighteen the pistons fell the wanted six despite twenty four points apiece from Jeremy grant and Derrick rose I'm Dave very
"jonathan it" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"That party has to work has to mold itself in the image of the working class. Party is josh. Hawley stated the senator from missouri. I couldn't agree with them more. I think we can mold ourselves to become the working class. Party with latinos multi racial working class party latinos inner city Black americans who are sick of the status quo this blue collar working class folks that are out here and the unions and on the parameters of society. I think we can really gain and keep that vote for time to come. What do you see as the issues that matter most to that voter that trump has managed to highlight better than say. Bush did better than romney did. And better than mccain did. Yeah so the chapter. I talked about this. It's called the title of the chapter. I love is called. A blue hammer with a was my favorite title. What i what i found is i talked to so many blue collar workers here and one of the handful of swing counties in the nation of three thousand plus counties in the country. They're all their only fifty eight. They twice for bush twice for obama once for trump and i wanted to really understand that against say that again slowly. Because i'm not looking at it. Can i wanna make sure our process that right. Sure so In america we have over. Three thousand counties are similar subdivisions like they're called boroughs and louisiana of those three thousand plus counties subdivisions perish only fifty eight. Parishes borough somewhere else. I think she's right So there are only fifty eight counties in the nation that voted twice for bush twice for obama and then for trump and sixteen fifty eight and wood county. Ohio is one of those counties in the still high. They're only three of those counties and wood. County is the youngest of the three the largest of the three. So it's a great place to look at. If you want to understand the changes and shifts that are happening in voting patterns. We already bellwether of ohio as we go state of ohio. That is a really interesting point. So three three thousand counties and parishes in the country only fifty eight of them went twice for bush twice for obama and then for trump yet. They're hold out there. We're talking to jonathan jakubowski to make sure look at that again to say it right. We'll continue our conversation with the author of bellwether blues a conservative awakening of the millennial soul coming up. Jonathan jakubowski is our guest. We finished the segment with a real brain teaser and thinking about the ramifications of this..
"jonathan it" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"All right we used to hear the word millennial and you hear less of that now because now there's all these different generations and i can't keep up with them but that millennial generation is coming of age and and this election. We really begin to see that. And that's the reason for our guest. Jonathan jakubowski who's written a book called bellwether blues a conservative awakening of the millennial soul little about jonathan. He's the founder of champions inaction. He's the chairman of the forge leadership network board of directors. He's the executive committee chairman of the wood county republican party and sits on the wood county board of elections in ohio. Jonathan before we get to the book. What was your thought about. How iowa handled the Your iowa or ohio. okay. I thought you know what i know you said toledo we were talking off air but then in my mind. I don't know why process that as iowa. How did you feel the election off in ohio. Well first of all. Michael wanna thank you for having me on it. So it's an honor really appreciate it Yeah i think. Ohio went exactly as hoped and works for Also iowa by the way iowa and ohio. I think that both Did a great job is part of. It boils down to the strength of our ground game but if you look at the trump campaign in sixteen And how there was such a dissonance between his campaign and then the local county parties. I'm in the county party context. So i can speak specifically to how much more harmonious and how much more unified the movement was and we were able to really leverage the power of volunteers the power of investment and strategy across the state that led to was a remarkable victory now actually won by more in Twenty then he did in sixteen in the state of ohio. So when you see what happened in places like pennsylvania in michigan and georgia. You feel better. About how hisle this well. I think we knew all along that. Ohio has continually become more and more red and i investigate that a little bit delta with a blues as i was studying what caused the shift from being a fact. Ohio's a swing state. But the county i live in is a swing county and we saw this shift happening and sixteen and the question was. Is this a permanent shift. So get into it. And dynamics millennials say is i knew twenty that a lot of that shift does does seem to remain solidly in the republican camp and with with the president and i had a lot.
"jonathan it" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"Yeah it does. I know actually if his other collaborators because he had a famously longstanding liberation charles bracket in the nineteen forties narrowed the loss. We can sunset boulevard and other films together. I don't know whether bracket subtle message taking the woods off in the way that is diamond. Did all maybe. That was kind of slightly obsessive. Fetishistic thing that came into into wireless working practice later on suddenly the whole reason. He became a director which he never wanted to do. He was a rice first and foremost but the reason he did that was because he felt that other directors in the early forties making a mess of his scripts and he couldn't stand it anymore. So i think for that reason fidelity to the script whilst the kind of the first principle of the filmmaking process as far they were both concerned and billion is you said all sort of looking at with a certain sense of denial on some days in a non others at a sense of twilight when they're in greece in that shooting fidora. But you have them going to the office every day when they get back to los angeles even as of advanced years and i wondered about that and about the idea of writing novels as well jonathan whether there is a a habit to art and habit to creating the craft every day. Every day. Something you have to go down on the page. I mean certainly true for those two. I think you'd be doing well if you got something down on the page every day even if you later abandoned it but i do think i certainly get itchy. If i don't spend some hours of the day at least sitting at my desk and thinking about writing she's not famous rushing at toby. You can think about it and of course in the in the world that while they're in diamond inhabited had office. They would turn up the office at nine o'clock in the morning. They would have a routine and they might end up with not a single word of dialogue written at the end of the day but they would still have worked a nine to five. And i think without apps sense of having gone into work and on the best then that they would have felt slightly wasted for them and i think most russia's feel a version of that. I just wanted to ask you about improving fuel. Previous novas obviously being the potential menace. That nostalgia can bring to bear on the world politics in particular middle england mostly. Of course your your last one up as well in a few of your other books but this one has a wistful perhaps rather than stodgy one. But if it's using those statutes in from a different way it's using it in a positive way is that is that fair to say. Was it that in your head at all while you were writing or is that simply something that an adjective or word. People ascribe to your books. Do you think i've seen the word nostalgia. Hostile jake guard. A lot about this book did surprise me because as you say nah stelter is is the theme really of my last novel middle england and in some ways the one before hot number eleven the politicization of nostalgia the web ation of nostalgia part populist to.
"jonathan it" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"A few reasons really are dirty written quite a long essay on my obsession with private life. Sherlock holmes didn't feel add much more. Say about it strangely. I don't know if you're aware of this. There is already enough about the making of the private life is shallow combs. A novel buyer article patrick kincaid called the continuity go kind of met patrick and got to know him and i didn't want to turn on his toes and write another novel about the making of the film that would have just been with and also from a narrative point of view. I felt that fidora really focused the key issues about below that i wanted to home in on his blend of seriousness and comedy which he is normally so adroit act and which he gets slightly wrong in fedora i think but also the tension between his europeanness and his american and the fact that this was a film which hollywood turned its back on and said no. We're not gonna give you the money to make this movie. So that he had to go to germany to raise the money with all kind of ambivalent bittersweet feelings that brought back about having been raised in germanic culture and then having to flee germany in the thirties not him to cold. Yeah and be welte in your book. Jonathan he's kind of push me pull you. Situation always been tugged in europe. When he's in bavaria. Especially he's being sort of he can see the attractions. It seems of america and the ease of being someone with his history and in his pedigree and in america as kind of in the restaurant scene beginning where he he meets callisto for the first time. Cholesterol meets him. He's being drawn to his european side and as the ways the mixture of the commercial and the artistic and all these things is it a bit wilder. The at that point your estimate was being sort of dragged by force commercial and artistic and in terms of geography as well. I think he'd made a real home for himself. Not just in america but within american movies and poorly by this stage in his career thought of himself as an american filmmaker books. Of course there was a lot about america that he was hugely grateful for because it made him and made him rich and famous and there was a lot about america that he never reconciled himself to which he satirized very finchley in films like ace in the hole and stolac seventeen and kiss me stupid so it was very much a love. Hate thing. I didn't think he would have chosen to make fidora in europe if he'd if he'd had that choice obviously some of the location shooting had to be there anyway because of the of the story but he would much rather have made this film in la as an american studio picture with american studio financing. That would have made the whole thing much easier but at the same time i think the idea of six months or so in greece france and germany probably appeal to him. He seems always to have enjoyed going back to europe. He had a kind of on much. Knowledge of european ought culture food drink. He loved the loose things. He was quite the epicure. Ian in that sense. And i keep using this phrase but it was a very bitter sweet experience for him making this film i think because there was a lot he loved about being back in europe for this time and yet at the same time gnawing away at the whole time was the notion that hollywood which is where he really felt at home had this time rejected him. Yeah and there is something..
"jonathan it" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"Bound today's program. I'm talking to the novelist jonathan cohn. Who's new book called me is about callisto. A young woman who gets caught up in the glamorous creative world of the film director billy wilder while the had made loved lauded and highly lucrative films such as sunset boulevard. The apartments in some like it hot coz noval concerns itself with the filming of fidora while his penultimate film and the late period pace. And the way that it's imperfect wistful serious piece of work from director known for his beat. Perfect comedies indeed. The writer of many of those fabulous lines wilder was is diamond screenwriter and friend for life. Who inco's book is a melancholic but generous role model of sorts to a young narrator kalinda. It's a novel about the amazing talent. The fled europe to pepper. Hollywood with perfect movies the act of creation and its many different forms and about the changing the hollywood guard and growing old gracefully co has written about nostalgia before as a negative force co opted by populist politicians but then mr waldron me nostalgia as a nourishment perhaps something not simple but not all bad. I started by asking. Johnson co about finding influence as he's done before outside the realms of literature in this case free.
"jonathan it" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"But but i am i'm incredibly too and i'm hopeful for when you guys you know. Get this setup in kentucky and then figure out your next hub out here in california. I i get excited about and that might be wishful thinking. But i get really excited about the ways. We could establish these these greenhouses. You know all over and and feed to your earlier point the country in so much more local ways you know do do better by people so they don't have to be chemicals in their food and there doesn't have to be quite as much Pollution that that is created just from trucking all that food around now and we can get there. The solution through there is going to be leadership consumers pushing in the public eye. Obviously it's your political support needed but political folks are gonna listen to their constituents and people well. So that's that's a great question to ask you know when we think about what's in store for the future of asset harvest for the future of high-tech farming is it constituent education that that needs to happen to help make this a success across the country. What what can everyone. Who's listening to this today. Thinking i want to advocate for this kind of a food system in my community. How how do we do that. What what what action steps do we need to take be aware. Vote with your dollar. I mean that's you know. We all feel powerless in so many different ways right. It's it's not true and if you can if we can connect with five or ten people around us in we're all buying goods and products and services that you know that feels wrong rib you. Don't vote or ears. Stop you vote every day and so for us again. We want to just be one small player in a bigger picture of the american food conversation. Getting i mean this is the very act of look beyond me or the minded. Mike is somewhat irrelevant. More of this is the conversations with the inner playing food. Figure out where you be aware of what's going on and then figure out what you support. Whatever that is could be a local farmer that has this type of farming or this type of company. That's making their on this way. We all have the power to go with dollar in that alone. You know that that alone. That's where the largest economic generator in the world. right now. we do have the largest agriculture into consumer the whole at large decide to vote with their dollar. This will ships overnight for us. And we're interested to see how this plays out because we have caught a lotta early attention. We've been fairly influential again behind the scenes you'll but when it comes to consumers we more will be producing fruits and vegetables Here and then it becomes an active conversation and is expected to be a slow roll with us. Maybe or is it going to be something that we a conversation about it and we are building with our dollar on what food we don't what we what we provide to our family. So it's it's going to take leadership at a lot of different levels. Young activists artists with hala titians business leader but ultimately goes down to the everyday person today decide to do. And that's where you know. We'll we'll see it's not a one year process press. We feel like it's a. It's a decade long journey. But but we definitely think a long game and how can listeners. Follow the journey. How how can people keep up to date with what you are doing at the company and the kinds of innovation that you guys are helping to champion well later. This year will be selling our tomatoes to the top twenty five groceries in the us mainland east coast midwest southeast that seventy percent population. So go ahead and start asking your shirt tomatoes. Because we'll be. I will be a mini to all the largest retailer in the country. Walmart costco kroger. So you can look google app or in great all right my friend my favorite question to ask everyone and it will be your last. I promise i'll let you go in a minute The podcast you know is called work in progress. And i'm curious from where you sit today. What feels like a work in progress in your life. It's it's really for me personally. It's it's trying to enjoy the journey. I mean there's there's no destination we'll go one place that's somewhere we pass away that's it. It's the journey day. Living in the present moment getting caught up. What did i do two years ago or two weeks ago. What am i doing in two years so in the work in progress for me even the journey for us as a whole are very hard work. it's challenging and we leave re tackling very big problems. That are important. All emotions get there. We all get worked up a new trying to understand that you know all we have is the present moment trying to enjoy that journey and it's hard. It's something we all collectively in here on this and try to do every day but just being cognizant that it's a journey of the work in progress. Really just enjoying acquires kind of a always for me. I feel like that requires a bit of a daily check in of am i present am i am i. Savoring this even even the hard stuff. Am i really i really in it. I think that's a really healthy thing to try to institute and that's all we can do right. So these big conflicts problems that circle the world in that the fear and anxiety of of all of it. it can get overwhelming. But i do. It's start of a much larger conversation and you wanna come hiked the appalachian trail or visible overdoing ear Agritourism what are so. We've had a very supportive governor is going to be. I'm sure are opening later this year. And we're trying to de civility agritourism. Anybody and everybody wants to come. Check it out. We'll let of two point. Eight million square feet of vegetables. Grown friends can come. Check it out awesome. Thank you so much jonathan. I was great. I'm really really david thank you. This show is executive produced by sophia brush. And sim saarna. Our associate producer is caitlin. -ly our editor is josh windisch and our music was written by jack garrett and produced by mark foster. The show is brought to you by cloud. Ten and brian and adamy powered by simple cast..
"jonathan it" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Consumer voting with their dollar in the next ten or twenty years or or critical but it certainly all time that we can to make a drastic shift. And hopefully there's a silver lining on a coded. It's the guy the galvanized us together. We can for me even being in kentucky. You know what happens in the capital china affect southeast kentucky in two months. Now if that doesn't wait people under up to understand that there's one in the wrong. I really have no idea what will but i am hopeful that if people are amid we see now it doesn't matter we can't separate ourselves at or whatever or so interconnected we have to solve problems together and then hopefully coming out of coma there's seven galvanizing spirit carries is on. Yeah i agree with you. And i find that to be such an inspiring perspective and i think it's important to hit on the truce that we need to understand that we have we as humanity. We have engineered a global planet. We've chosen this. We've increased travel. We've we've become so enamored by so many aspects of each other's cultures and yet you also see the politicizing of culture in place in such a strange way and what i wish we could hold. Is that two things can be true. We concern global priorities for humanity. And we can care about our local community and that feels really clear to me in places like you're referencing when we talk about kentucky when we talk about appalachia because with anywhere you look you can see the history of the region and you know you mentioned that that your area of kentucky is is is or has been a huge coal producing Resource for america. We powered america on coal for a very long time. And yet we do to your point have to understand that. As we evolve science evolves we have to engineer better systems. And when i think about generations. You know i i know. Your granddad was a coal miner. I i know that there has been devastating impacts of of mass job loss across the region. You know at least two today. Eleven coal companies have filed for bankruptcy just since trump was elected president and the job losses are meaningful to people in these areas that have been employed in these companies. And so when. I start thinking about innovation when i start thinking about how we've got to do better to support seven and a half and eventually nine billion people i think about regions like like the one that you grew up in. I remember in the last election cycle. Just thinking you know. Why aren't these big. Solar companies marching into kentucky and saying we're going to build new solar plants. Here we're gonna give you better jobs with better wages cleaner working environments less health hazards great benefits. We've we've gotta we've got to think about all these people in all these places as we think about innovation and change. And and i i suppose i just say all of that really offer that. It's something that you know being from california and knowing how the environment's been important to me Much in the way it was to you playing outside for my whole childhood. I to think about what i want it to look like for my eventual kids and their eventual kids and and i wonder seeing those impacts in your community. Do you now traced back. Because it's easy for us right to have conversations in the present and say this is what we'd like to see differently and this is how we'd love to invest in people and support economic development in hard hit regions of the country and then think about the global impact and all of it and then we have to. But do you think that that came from. You're seeing the region change throughout your life do. Do you think that's why you took the path that you did in college. Why you went to washington d. Do you think that those things are all tied together. Yeah one absolutely so a couple things on that for me a and that's where we so what what were pursuing a very exciting thing about what we're doing is is i do. Look at my background. I try to tell anybody and everybody at mead around here just one individual the it comes from a background somewhat similar may be very similar to many people around here in. it's somehow leadership's responsibility it either. Universities or whatever to inspire and galvanize youth rates so for me doing it's it's the largest all-cash investment ever made in eastern kentucky were building in the poorest congressional district of us in yes. It's been a long process. But i'm just one individual and frankly at this point i could related here until i'm one hundred but i could somehow pass at some point in this thing's going to carry on one way or the or move on. How do we galvanize young us. I don't know but what i do is the best and brightest from kentucky. Don't say to rebuild a region. They moved to boston. Move down land in san francisco. That is a problem and we got. We have got to get our best and brightest to not. Just sit in san francisco in building figure out our wiki get tennis shoes faster. And figure out having back to their communities rebuild their communities reimagine. What's possible for me it. Was you know moving back. Kentucky happened about ten the down to the state for ten years and i got an undergraduate. I'm wanted to build energy projects going to build a. You're not going to build natural gas. That was emerging but not the so. What was a lot. Women solar so for me the sustainability east ruling name over time and it was just a sheer fact that i wanted to build. Stop in at that time when you built winning solo a part of building large-scale solar some of the largest in the us. In what i saw happen over that ten year time frame of friends namely even just seeing local news and what was happening i mac. I think it's one of the darkest stains in american history. I think we'll look back how we shut down the mines in whether it's the laughed the right you know the recive or the conservative side. It's irrelevant but we. All benefited from low cost electricity. The carried us to be the economic powerhouse. That literacy came from coal. shut down the mind. Forget the mars. It's the people who power those nights coal is just. It's a piece of material in the earth but the people that actually powered this.
"jonathan it" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Jonathan. Thanks so much for joining me today. I'm so excited to have you on the podcast. Thank you so for. You really appreciate it. Thanks for for facilitating conversations. I like this reshape. I'm thrilled and i wait for the listeners. To about what you're doing and and how you're changing quite literally the landscape of food in this country I want to tell them. All you know you. And i got introduced via email about activism around food and climate and Support for apple latvia and then we actually met face to face in detroit Which is another you know. Incredible city and region really of america. That i'm passionate about and Yeah i just kind of. I kind of knew from that conversation. We had that day that i wanted the public at large. You know the the listeners of this podcast to be able to hear about what you're doing and it's really interesting as we as we get ready to have a conversation about changing systems and and really prioritizing the health of the nation through food. We're doing this in the midst of the first global pandemic in one hundred years which is just so surreal does does what's happening with. Cova did make you hopeful that we will take the need to create better systems more seriously or were you feeling a bit despondent right now or maybe a little bit above generally speaking i am. I'm an eternal optimist. So i do. I do tend to believe that it young humanity in the planet is whole has has its best days ahead of us but we're certainly facing challenging times and in look at health food all of which are becoming more and more complex as humans have now gotten to seven billion on november twenty two nine billion into be almost any people in have adequate health inadequate energy inadequate soon systems. It's it's gonna be complex but you know the good thing for human innovation is found a way before in as long as we align and we align our goals for people and planet. I optimistic that we can use innovation technology to to continue to better the way in which we're building stuff to keep all going did did your passion for agriculture not to use a metal. I realized i just about used a farming. I was gonna say. Do you think the seed was planted in during during your childhood because you were born and raised in kentucky. So were you. Were you in a rural area. Were you in an agricultural zone. You know there's there's a lot of open landing kentucky and even getting out just just being out. That group is a is a very you know what someone you'll normal Normals relevant abnormal Across but i would say in kind of middle america Ads have high school degrees income from a very humble background of sorenson. We didn't talk about a lot of my other. Mother were just looking at. They added week in looking back on it. Now you know the challenges they went through. Just let's food on the table. That was enough. Where's that coming from. Are we getting up to the table. I've been very fortunate privilege to be able to take a step back. I definitely think of my roots. One being in kentucky where coal was very dominant so one of the largest cold states in the us region has been known to power. The u asked in the now moving back to kentucky in hopefully helping transform central appalachia region. That's known for feeding the us but definitely my upbringing is has been able to round neom sorts on kinda gone out to new york and gone to dc pursued of their work and now being able to come back here so a place very to me. And i know a lot of people talk about waste based investment but i think tracking to the source of where. We're doing stuff looking up on me. I in knowing who's all involved in as we continue to transform its place based investments can continue to play a critical art of rebuilding system. So that we know the communities building building here is incredibly important to me run up. Here's been shaving certainly lansing before we move into the work that you're referencing. I do love to hear about how people grew up. I think so often about the impressive folks. I get to sit across from and an about their current work in the world. And i wonder how it all started. So you know you. You mentioned a little bit of your upbringing and a little bit about your parents. Who who were you as a kid you know. What was jonathan into at eight or ten years old. What what was life for you. That i am like any other kid that they grew up in head. Good friends and family around me and and didn't didn't know too much about environmental planet as a whole. But i knew i enjoy buying a creek or a streamer. You'll enjoy playing playing with my friends in a field and didn't think much about it until a little bit later and went to public schools growing up public university the university hockey But it wasn't until. I decided to move to new york and pursued a career in in the wind and solar industry In the there were many steps. That kinda guy really started on ravel all the stuff that goes on in order to to make sure that there is. You'll power that it turns on your lights or To your table so for me. I did a very humble background child. It's been able to ground me in source but it's stages more about. How do we ensure that those national the kids that are coming up now can enjoy these these same experiences in the we have clean streams that we have beautiful mountain tops in that. We have rolling fields. That's that's not a given right. It's very jarring to think about but you know we can cova What's happening that. We just feel like all this is. It's a certain thing like humanity's going to continue is. That's just what happens. None of it is we have to will it into existence in if we don't we'll police change in many of the systems interim place that are there providing our food or our water in and so on and so forth. It's not a given. The next generation is going to have editor them. Last generation of the american dream right Like every every mother author just just wants to be able to do enough to make sure that their son or daughter. mayhem in in. We're getting being wasted. That are going to be hard to turn back impressively. It's going to be challenging. But i am. 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"jonathan it" Discussed on The Insider
"Fit into this week's episode of the insider brought he inevitably by vanishing inc. My guest today is a television host and actor a producer consultant a magician and magic and app creator. He was also in an episode of the bold. And the beautiful. It's none other than jonathan levitt. Jonathan is more. I can't believe you lead with bold and the beautiful most people leave with the x. Files that's usually the one they all no no the bowl paul origin story aeko forty three seconds. My origin story. i my. My father was a magician was as a young man. I found some of his magic props in the bathroom door address in our basement in saint louis missouri When i was eight years old I was fortunate enough to be part of. Ibm bring one in. Saint louis surrounded by amazing people mentors Friends and And i got started. Imagine forty one years ago. Oh my gosh. I just give you my age. I can't believe i did it So that is the origin story that work it and you in time as well thank you. You recreate it. I didn't onstage with. No patrick harris s i come about and what was the experience like. Well i will tell you Recreating thurston onstage was potentially the greatest moment in my magic career and i don't say that lightly. It was one of the most wonderful things. I've ever done as a magician. Jim steinmeyer directed and wrote The the the twenty minute presentation We intended it for ended for the conference. Magic history in los angeles in. I think that was an end of november but prior to that in the year we did a week at the castle with it. And and you know what i'm going to back up here and correct. I believe inflated these. That's right I did a presentation called pailin. Geneva with neil patrick harris which we did at the conference own on magic history one year where we were recreating an illusion from tobin right and And it was so i played. I played the the snobby listed on. Neil patrick harris played the butcher a sweeney tied and would cut off my limbs in a box and my aunt..
"jonathan it" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"On today's episode of to Brad. Talking politics. I'm speaking with Jonathan Welsh and Alex Mohajir from the stonewall democratic. Club discussing the new national vote at home initiative and special shout today to our guest editor Marie Kent thanks Marie. Pink. Listen. I everyone at this is Kelly with two brads talking politics and I am on today with Jonathan Welsh from the stone altima credit. Club Jonathan is the now I'm GonNa Forget. What you just told me you're. Tractor produced media something like that. Club and the CO executive producer up nestled note at home initiative. Welcome Jonathon thanks, Kelli. It's so great to see you. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Thanks for joining me A. So let's start with just a what is the stonewall Democratic Club in tell me a little bit about its mission. Sure, so this tunnel crowded club is. The Nation's oldest progressive feminist lgbtq political organization we are. Mostly based in Los Angeles but we have started to take on more of a national platform especially with this election. So our main goal is to advance where people in politics whether that'd be people who are getting elected or appointed to office or people who are just participating in the political process from voting We have broaden that scope of course because we just want to reach all people. Who are eligible to vote especially in this election with the concerns that matter to to where people and so people color until women like were very concerned with all progressive politics. What are some of the issues specifically that you know if if people are sort of thinking about what a what issues might matter to people? Obviously, all issues are gonNA matter. Agree. But? What are issues? That might be really a specific to the the groups that you're representing? Well specifically I mean take a look at things that have happened within the past few years since Donald Trump has become president, of course. The For where people to adopt children has been under fire we just had a major victory in which where people can't be. discriminated. Against in the workplace, they can't be fired for being Queer That is something that even though we just recently. Scored that victory in the Supreme Court that's something could easily go away like all of the things that we have on the books now can easily go away if the GOP against their way, the trump administration gets their way. So really you know our rates are under assault and that goes for everybody I mean it's not just where people it's women having to deal with reproductive health and discrimination. It's discrimination against color These are all issues that you know that we have our eyes on and that we're making sure we fight for. You fight to protect those rights. So I noticed that the stonewall Democratic Club does some endorsements a, what are what are the kinds of candidates dead that the group endorses you know how do they decide who is GonNa is going to be endorsed source. The we go through we go through a healthy endorsement process.
"jonathan it" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
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"jonathan it" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
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"jonathan it" Discussed on LadyGang
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"jonathan it" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"jonathan it" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"His father just explain the set up in the and the idea and and where you fit in with its tail joy it's it's quite simple story which i think they tell very well um and honors dickins who is a great storyteller it some how extensively how he came to write a christmas carol am out of desperation he was broke didn't know what to write about and but he took inspiration for the characters in the story from the people in his life and the people he met on the street and dumb i think is it's a great uh family film it doesn't pretend be any sort of uh great indepth look at dickins which i'm sure you talk about later when i've gone but tom did you i think you're gonna save my faith i don't know mocked will be in charge of i go to review for my role as uh uh i played john dickins and i read the american reviews in the washington post i got i got my jonathan pryce is quite good so put it on the air i smell oscars john dickens his name is a very important middle of people will know this anyway because they'll know another dickens but the the character of of his father and what the family went through and in fact these father went to a debt his prison because he owed forty pounds and they took the family with him is is is so important in the in the creation of what chelsea manning's became air it could created a great degree of for social awareness in him and his regard for the poor and for people who lived in poverty in its that comes out in all of his book trigger some respect and and john decades mr nicola in david copperfield is supposed to be based as father and i think you i think did you send may be something will turn up.
"jonathan it" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Works because he's performance israeli funny because the story is a strange sort of triumph of the outsider through through something that he made that he wants to be serious turning into a cult qomaty but most importantly because light timber ed wood it has a sense that there is something more than just laughing at somebody from making something stupid it has a weird sense of damaged inability that's actually quite moving on i liked it very much and i've seen it twice and the second time round i enjoyed it even more it's quarter to three this is five live we have a slightly short program due to the world cup draw but i am delighted to say entering stage left during the middle of the disaster did you not you how i brilliantly wasn't put off by the fact the jonathan bras won't in in the middle of the largest progess pretended like nothing was happening jonathan pryce allied after another how are you sir i'm very well thanks i'm just i'm a i'm a little bit nervous what has just happened next door as part of my preparation for you coming in on the show apart from seeing the movie and reminds you myself of all my favorite jonathan pryce performance his i read a qna that you did not secession and one of the questions while he's five places ahead of you already which man which person do despise the most in the world there and he just walk us me and and four very sort of bbc programming reasons you've just shed a green room with tony blair who was the answer to your who d despise most in the water will likely he was surrounded by security men so i couldn't get salo to him but you'd have enjoyed seeing hello if you'd had absolutely to love to talk to you yeah i'm sure he would anyway at all i can say thank you very much for joining us on on the show and you never know he is going to bump into no no if if if you'll hear and jonathan his hip because the man event christmas is new jonathan place a john decades chelsea.
"jonathan it" Discussed on Channel 955
"Wait he wanted your seed to be smelly he in love that season that oh my gosh you would ask me to from the video the be way going right yeah it was just like no weirdest thought they he late it was yeah so instead of having videos of you danson around nay get and sean off your stuff he wanted you just away going your toes that turn him on yeah that's earned him on yeah that is that i will thank you out there by the way was his name slam no i was not but what's is guys first name ari i really wanna play number let's always the guy helping i would yeah with different but was your guys first name jonathan it's not john of the nhl and then i will thank you no problem have a good run guys by he just check out amazon wishlist see what's foot things suns asking for that and was in the i miss a do you think quarter to the same interests could ever have a foot fedex because imagine working in a job like that we around feet all time i feel like he would go if year and we're dyar girl had was a little too into their i don't know and of shape they don't do it four man all right it's a mojo the morning follow us on a flag instagram smith certain for most you were more than nine five not radio you think you should know in the room his this guy.