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Rabbi Jonathan Cahn Is in Studio to Detail Some Amazing Revelations

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | Last week

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn Is in Studio to Detail Some Amazing Revelations

"Back talking to Jonathan Khan, the movie is the harbingers of things to come. You can see it sell them now, dot com. So Jonathan, you were just revealing what you talk about in the film, you call it the mystery of the island and you were referring to the great John winthrop. The governor of the Massachusetts bay colony, how he would have this kind of retreat on governor's island, which is in Massachusetts, which is in Boston bay. He would face Boston and pray for Boston. Okay, now the punchline. In doing so, he's praying for the whole civilization that became America. That's right. That's right. And so but he also the one for those who didn't hear who warned America do not turn for God if you follow God, you're going to be the most blessed nation people. If you turn away, then judgments come. So what happened to John winthrop? What happened to the island of winthrop John with him? The island of John winthrop was subsumed in the 20th century became an airport. The airport is Logan airport, the very place where the planes took off on 9 11 and headed to New York City on the island of the man who warned America. It all started there. This is getting really eerie now. No, it is amazing. These things are absolutely amazing. And it's amazing to me that God has chosen you to reveal these things because you're not making them up. You're just discovering what already exists. It's there. Eric, it's interesting because this is the only interview pretty much. That's in Lower Manhattan where all these things, this all centers here. I mean, the harbingers are here. We're here. I was standing at the ground of ground zero, and that's where it all started. Something said, the spirit said, look, I was looking at this tree that I said, there's something you have to find. You have to seek it, and that's how it all began. I could never reproduce any of it. Even the process, I don't know how to have it. What

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Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and Eric Discuss Trump's Effect on Roe v. Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | Last week

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and Eric Discuss Trump's Effect on Roe v. Wade

"Welcome back, we're talking to rabbi Jonathan Khan, author of many books, including the harbinger, the harbinger two, son of harbinger, just kidding. No. Harbinger meets avenue Costello meet harbinger, the film is called the harbingers of things to come. It's available at Salem now, dot com, all kinds of other stuff in here. When you talk about the jubilee of abortion, which we just covered, you were relating that to the Supreme Court overturning roe V wade, and there's no question that is utterly historic. I mean, it's a monumental thing that something which was a bad law, not just because abortion is evil, but the law itself was bad. It was a high handed overreach by the judiciary to legislate something. It has no business being found in the constitution. It's just complete nonsense. But to have that actually overturned in our lifetimes, thanks to Donald Trump, who appointed three originalists to the Supreme Court. Yes. Yeah, a few things. One is, and remember we once talked about a thing called the paradigm. I think that I'm just going to say one thing about that. I won't go, yeah. What's one of your books? Yeah. Yeah. And one of the things about Donald Trump is I saw that he's following with America. He kept following this pattern of jehu jehu was the wild guide. And he comes up while the nation's falling away from God. But the one thing that one thing that jehu does, which is if he only did that, it would be enough. Is he opposes the worship of bail, which is the offering of child sacrifice. So the thing is that so jehu actually causes the temple of bail to fall. Donald Trump, as you said, he's the one who appointed the three Supreme Court Justices and by that act he caused roe versus way to fall.

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The Connection Between 9/11 and COVID-19 With Jonathan Cahn

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | Last week

The Connection Between 9/11 and COVID-19 With Jonathan Cahn

"The movie you reveal a connection between 9 11 and COVID-19. Is that a numerological thing or what is the connection between 9 11 and COVID-19? It's numerological. And it's much more than that. In fact, last time we spoke, I think we spoke maybe about the time, but we didn't speak about the nature of this. And it really goes with where we are now. One is that I even spoke about it in the original book, the harbinger, and that I said that, how long is it between that first strike? The warning strike, the pattern, is that God allows a strike on the land in every case. With us, it was 9 11, and that's when all these things start appearing. So the question was asked, how long is it between that and when greater shaking come on the land? And when I look, you look at Jerusalem or Israel, ancient Israel. The first strike came when Nebuchadnezzar invaded the land. That was the warning. It was 6 O 5 BC. The greater shakings came in 5 86 BC. So that's how many years. That's 19 years. It says in the 19th year in the 19th year, 19 are linked to judgment. If you take 9 11 and you count, when is the 19th years, they're going to be shaking. It comes out to the year 2020. 2020 is the year that all these shakings have come. This plague, this COVID-19 came on. In fact, what's the name of what is the name of this plate? COVID and the number 19. Jeremiah said that when, in the 19th year, this is about Israel said that a plague, one of the shakings is a plague comes on the land. Now here's where it gets a lot deeper. And I don't think we touched on it last time. And that is this. That there's a connection in the Bible, a very grievous sin. Is the sin of offering up your children in sacrifice? Well, Israel offered up thousands. We have offered up 60 million children. There's no way that's not answered in some way. There's no way that that doesn't invoke judgment.

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Jonathan Cahn on His Film 'The Harbingers of Things to Come'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | Last week

Jonathan Cahn on His Film 'The Harbingers of Things to Come'

"I am sitting here in the studio with Jonathan Khan, Jonathan and welcome back. Great to be back. Now, you were here to talk about this film. You wrote the book, the harbinger, a film came about, came out, the harbingers of things to come. Which was in theaters. And now it's available at Salem now dot com, which I mentioned on this program all the time. But I don't assume that everybody listens to this program every day. So there are many people who will have missed our previous interview. So give us a thumbnail of what you cover in this movie. Yeah, yeah. For those who don't know, the harbinger is a warning of an ancient mystery that's a biblical template when God warns a nation. Judges a nation. And for those who don't know, it's really exact precise that the same harbingers or signs, prophetic warnings that appeared in the last days of ancient Israel have appeared in America. And that is the beginning of the harbinger. Many of them in New York City right here. And that's what that was the first book I ever wrote. But the thing is the harbinger has not stopped. The template is not something that stops. It's a warning of where it goes. Now for ancient Israel, it headed to destruction. They didn't turn back. America is on that same path. And so the harbingers have not stopped. The template hasn't stopped. The nation has not stopped. In fact, America is actually following the reaction that Israel did, instead of coming back to God, we've gotten worse. We are racing away from God right now.

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Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Deadline target Tyler Mahle strong for Reds vs Orioles

"Tyler malley shook off a shaky start to help the reds pound the Orioles 8 to two Maui spotted the birds at two zero lead in the first inning before tossing shutout ball the rest of the way He retired the final 13 batters he faced in what could have been his final appearance as a red Maui is one of the most sought after arms on the trade market Jonathan India Joey Votto and Jake fraley supplied homers Dean Kramer allowed two long balls after giving up just four in 47 innings coming in Cincinnati hurlers retired 19 straight at one point and dropped Baltimore one game over 500 I'm Dave ferry

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Reyes has three hits, Castro HRs, Tigers beat Blue Jays 4-2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Reyes has three hits, Castro HRs, Tigers beat Blue Jays 4-2

"The tigers allowed just four hits in a four two victory over the Blue Jays Brian Garcia became the 15th different pitcher to start for Detroit this season allowing two runs over three and two thirds will best retired four batters to get the win The Blue Jays lost all star right hander Alec manoa in the 6th inning after he was hit on the right elbow by Jonathan scopes comebacker The team said x-rays revealed no fracture Harold Castro provided a two run single Willie Castro homered for the second straight game and Victor Reyes had three hits for the tigers Matt Chapman homeward for the third time in two games but the Jays lost for the second time in three games since the 7 game winning streak I'm Dave ferry

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Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Man accused of selling bleach as COVID cure extradited to US

"A Florida man accused of selling toxic bleach as a cure for the coronavirus has been extradited to the U.S. Mark Brennan the archbishop of the genesis two church of health and healing in Bradenton Florida had an appearance in Miami federal court Thursday almost two years after he was arrested in Colombia He's the latest to face charges for peddling ineffective or downright dangerous substances as medicines to cure COVID-19 Officials say the church manufactured promoted and sold chlorine dioxide as a miracle mineral solution that could cure a vast variety of ailments ignored court orders to stop and threaten to federal judge The substance turns into a toxic industrial bleach when ingested Granite and his sons Jonathan Jordan and Joseph were indicted on one count each of conspiracy to commit fraud and two counts each of criminal contempt The trial is set to begin September 12th in Miami I am Jennifer King

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Chapman 2 HRs, Kikuchi wins in return as Jays top Tigers

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chapman 2 HRs, Kikuchi wins in return as Jays top Tigers

"Much up and had a pair of home runs as Toronto down Detroit 5 three at roger center The Chase third baseman had a two run shot in the fourth off starter Tyler Alexander then a solo blasted left field in the 6th for his 18th home run of the season When I let it come to me you know good things happen And for me to be able to just produce and help guys and take some of the pressure off the top of the lineup is huge Willie counter won Jonathan scope had solo home runs for Detroit He was a coochie went 5 innings giving up a run and two hits for the victory he improves to four and 5 Jordan Romano picked up his 22nd save John leatherbee to run

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Reyes' 2-out, 2-run double in 9th rallies Tigers over Padres

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Reyes' 2-out, 2-run double in 9th rallies Tigers over Padres

"Victor Reyes hit a two out two run double in the 9th inning to give the tigers a win over the Padres Four three Taylor Rogers blew the save for the second straight day allowing an infield single to Jonathan scope to put runners on first and third before Reyes delivered San Diego wasted a good performance by you Darvish who struck at 11 while holding Detroit to two runs over 7 innings Candelario had three hits while driving in two giving him 8 RBIs in the series The Padres are just 14 and 21 since June 16th I'm Dave ferry

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Caller: Democrats Just Want to Kill of Oppositions to Retain Power

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: Democrats Just Want to Kill of Oppositions to Retain Power

"Is a whole absurdity of this is, you know, all he did is seek accountability. And you have the department of injustice. The travesty of what's going on in this show is a hypocrisy of accountability. It's the lust of the machine to kill off any opposition for future power retention goals. It's an ocean of Liza keeps slapping away against our face. Insulting us. And it's Democrats. They say they're defending democracy while shedding the due process and the constitution and the whole attempt. It is so absurd, it's laughable, but yet all my friends in New York are just hanging, you watching, are you watching? And I'm going, no. It's like this. It's like pornography for them. They're so excited about it. You know, the law professor Jonathan turley Paul yesterday told John Roberts. He said, the fact is this committee. This January 6th committee, there has been zero effort to offer any balance any alternative interpretations in many of the quotes they used evidence that they presented that have been carefully edited and it trips away. They have zero credibility, but yet people like your friend in New York, they saw that and they just said, look at that.

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Sebastian Is Joined In-Studio by 'Uncle Jimbo' Jim Hanson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian Is Joined In-Studio by 'Uncle Jimbo' Jim Hanson

"He is none other than uncle Jimbo Jim Hansen. Welcome back in studio for one on one. Hi, good to be with you, Seth. All right, so we have to talk about this massive story that broke in which you are implicated as a co-conspirator as somebody who colludes colludes with those who believe that elections should have consequences. I think I heard a senator from Illinois one say that name was Barry Barry something. Anyway, let's put this story up. It broke last week. One of the longest pieces I've ever seen at axios with of course a rather unflattering picture of Donald Trump's chin, the presidential chin, a radical plan for Trump's second term by Jonathan Swan thousands and thousands of words. I don't know why I counted. I had 8 people who wrote this article. Jonathan Swan was assisted by 8. Have you ever had 8 people assist you write anything? I actually can write English myself. Okay. Okay, maybe it's the need another person to sharpen the crayon and choose the column. No, I'm not talking about marines behavior yourselves. The subject of this article was the discussion of what is it, two, three different new institutions, mega America first institutions that are planning for a second Trump term with the idea that there should be people in the government who do the job of the elected president, and that's the problem. Can you help me unpack that? Well, the problem is they've gotten used to the permanent bureaucracy, the deep state doing their bidding. So the idea is you come in and there's a certain top layer in all the executive agencies of political appointees that the new president comes in and replaces. The problem is everybody below that still is allegiant to the woke democracy and their socialist agenda. So now the left is figured out that during president Trump's first term, those people successfully undermined way too many things. He was trying to do. It's actually remarkable. Let me just interject here. Given that I witnessed the deep state in action, how much he achieved in those schools. Is it not? Oh, it's stunning. And that was just through sheer force of will. Yeah, that's the good thing about our team is we were motivated. Now we took that lesson and learned, we need a bench. We need a bench, who's ready to come in when we take the presidency in 2024, and we need to get rid of the people who are going to try and stop that

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"And so it's clear that we need to have a measured approach when we deal with these things. And it was a big test, I think, Jonathan, and I mean, I'd be curious for your thought on this as well. I know you're interviewing me, but as a reporter, this must be something that you guys struggle with. Day to day because allegations come out of the woodwork against men against women all the time. And what is the threshold when you're vetting? How do you cover it? Because you also know that there's a dynamic that an accusation ends upon page one. The clarification or the withdrawal of the accusation ends up on page 27. And that means that someone's life, someone's reputation, is forever tarnished by that accusation. And so it's something I grapple with as an operative, but I would be curious. I don't mean to turn back on you, but it's a fascinating conversation, and it's one I have, I think, would be interesting for people to hear is how you as a journalist deal with it because it is a really, really tough thing that we are now having to grapple with on both sides. Well, the good thing about being an opinion writer is that we're not under the pressure of the day to today. Let's get a quote. Let's get a story, which gives us time to take a step back and do our own reporting and do our own gut check I think just as I can tell you from being an opinion writer and an editorial writer that especially accusations like that, we take those very seriously, we hang back, we look at the news coverage, we do our own reporting, and then decide whether we're going to write about does this rise to the level of writing about it on the editorial page or not. And once there is a clarification, we feel duty bound to come back to it. So editorials don't show up on page one, but they show up, you know, if we do a clarification editorial, we told you about this. New evidence has come out. This is the way it is. We feel duty bound to do that. Liz, you and I are sitting here talking and the clock is ticking.

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President Trump Wants to Clean up the Swamp

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

President Trump Wants to Clean up the Swamp

"There is a crazy story over at axios, and if this is true, then I think Donald Trump should be reelected in a landslide. So, according to the reporting of axios, and this is Jonathan Swan, and he's got some pretty good. He has some pretty good Intel, some pretty good insight into what's going on. Inside the beltway. Trump allies are preparing to do a complete overhaul of the federal government. Now, one of the reasons it's easy to forget these little nuggets, but they're important nuggets. One of the reasons why the establishment Republicans despised Donald Trump and especially Liz Cheney is because Donald Trump was cleaning out the swamp in Washington. Liz Cheney's father is one of the largest swamp creatures. I mean, the guys making tens of millions of dollars on these government contracts and the military industrial complex it's unbelievable the amount of money that Dick Cheney has made as a result of his connections in federal government. And president Trump was eliminating all of that. He was, he went in there and he started getting rid of as many swamp creatures as he could the problem is. And anybody who lives in Louisiana, you folks in Lafayette Louisiana, you know all about this, the swamp. You got tons of though, you got the snakes and you got the crawfish and the alligators. All sorts of critters down there. Not to mention swamp thing. So there was a lot of work to be done, and the president was not able to finish the job. Well, according to axios, if Trump goes back in and is president of the United States, they are going to implement a policy that is going to immediately terminate the employment of thousands, if not tens of thousands of government workers in Washington, D.C..

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In 2024, President Trump Plans to Clean out the Swamp

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

In 2024, President Trump Plans to Clean out the Swamp

"Is if you missed the Friday show I covered an axios scoop by Jonathan Swan The story went viral And the story was about a potential Trump 2024 run for the presidency If he were to win what his plans would look like for the federal government the portion of the federal government specifically we call the swamp A lot of good people worked there we get I mean I worked with a lot of great folks in the Secret Service but sadly there were a lot of people who put their personal politics before country and that's not that's not what the job is about I mean it's pretty obvious correct Imagine if me when I was working under the Obama detail the Secret Service was like yeah listen I'm not going to do protection today I'm sorry I don't really agree with this guy's politics It's not the way this works Sign up for a different job if you can't handle it We take care of our electoral change Hope he changes stuff In the election boot We don't do it when we're working A lot of people in the federal government during the Trump four years of president Trump decided that they were going to take the opposite approach That their job was going to be anti trumpism anti conservatism first and then actually being public servants second So the gist of the story which we're going to have him on I'm actually going to open with that Is that he has plans to kind of clean out the federal federal government swamp

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Jonathan Isaac Describes Fallout From Standing During NBA Anthem

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Jonathan Isaac Describes Fallout From Standing During NBA Anthem

"Has been the fallout for you? I mean, that day you did not Neil. So you're the lone player standing. What happened as a result of that? Well, there was a ton of backlash, of course, as you would expect. But at the same time, there was so much encouragement and people who came out and said, wow, I want to be willing to stand because of what this young man did. And that really gave room to the book. What I wanted people to see through the book was that I have a story and I have a journey and this one courageous moment if you deem it that wasn't just this one moment, it really was a journey of getting there. And so I want people to read the story and get to know more about me, but it really is just a story of what a transform transformative relationship with Christ can be like. And that's what I've experienced in my own life. So and actually the next game after I stood. I tore my ACL. And so that was a huge hit again. Again, you do what? The game after I decided to stand. So I stood twice. The next game I stood, I tore my ACL. And so I got injured pretty bad and there was a ton of negativity and backlash around that, but what it's given me, it gave me time to write the book. And so I wouldn't have a tangible book if I didn't, if I wasn't sign line, but you know, I'm looking forward to coming back next season and moving on.

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The NBA's Jonathan Isaac Addresses His Stance Against Kneeling for BLM

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

The NBA's Jonathan Isaac Addresses His Stance Against Kneeling for BLM

"Happened, what were the events around that? I mean, what were you thinking? Well, how did you hear that, oh yeah, everybody in the league is saying we've got to do this and I don't want to do this. Right. So it was just a crazy time. So obviously the tragic George Floyd video breaks. It's all over Twitter. It's all over social media and everyone is responding to this in anger and resentment and all these different things. And then you hear this Black Lives Matter organization kind of spring to the forefront and they are the leaders who are going to pioneer us into a better time. And so during that time, we get into what's called an MBA bubble because COVID has shut down the league. And in that time, a lot of the NBA players are talking about making the decision to kneel for the national anthem. And so detailed in the book, we have a team only meeting to where we have our president, our officials all in the room, and they say, look, a team kneeled yesterday during the bubble, so we have a game tomorrow. You guys get to decide whatever you want to do, you guys make the decision. They all leave the room. And so now it's just me and my teammates. And my team is all saying, we don't have a choice. This is easy. Everyone's going to kneel and that's it. And then one of my teammates turned towards me and says, Jonathan, what are you going to do? And I said, fellas, I'm not kneeling, and I'm not putting on that T-shirt. And chaos erupts. Everybody's oh my gosh, this thing is going to be crazy. It's going to be awful. But somebody stands up and said, look, everyone do whatever you want to do, and we leave the room. And that night, I'm on the phone with my pastor and I'm talking to him and saying, look, I'm not going to kneel for the national anthem, and I'm trying to make it clear to him how crazy this is going to be. I'm going to be a coon. I'm going to be an Uncle Tom. I hadn't signed my contract yet. My contract extension was up the next summer and he said to me, you can not stand for God and God not stand for you. And so I decided to do it in the next day, I stood.

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When Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac Got Serious About His Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

When Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac Got Serious About His Faith

"At some point, you got serious about your faith. How old were you when, you know, because a lot of people say like, oh, I grew up in the church or whatever. But your faith is very important to you. When did that happen for you? So I grew up in the church as well, but it wasn't something for me that was tangible or real. It was just tradition. It wasn't until I got to the NBA and got to experience everything that I thought I wanted and needed and found that unsufficient. And then through a crazy story of circumstances and God really making himself real to me. I was able to really profess faith in Christ and it's so many people are intricate into doing it and that's why book is available. All right, so your faith becomes real to you. And that's usually what it takes to have this courage, or for many people that it's one thing to say, I'm a Christian, or I believe in this, or I believe in that. But to have the courage to stand up when the pressure, not to stand up. In this case, literally, to Neil, is just tremendous.

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'Why I Stand' With Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magic

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

'Why I Stand' With Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magic

"On July 31st. I got to read my notes. July 31st, 2020, Orlando Magic starting forward, Jonathan Isaac, who's my guest. He was the lone NBA player, not to kneel for the national anthem amid a league wide demonstration in support of black lives matter. So to me, he's a hero. He took a lot of blowback for that. He's written a book about it called why I stand and here he is. My guess, Jonathan Isaac, welcome to the program. My man, thank you so much for having me. Glad to be here. Listen, so many people have just been so, so proud of you because at times like these, standing up for what you believe in is not a small thing. So I want to know your story. What brought you to that moment? Now I know you write about it in the book that I have here called why I stand. But how does Jonathan Isaac get to be the kind of a person who dares not to kneel when everybody says, oh, you got a nail. You got an eel. What brought you to that point in your life so that you are starting forward for a huge NBA team and you decide that you're going to take a stand literally. Well, I'm glad that you said that so much of it is in the book. And so it's a pretty long story and a long journey at that. And so I won't be able to go into everything, but what makes it significant is that much of my life growing up and even in college, I was not the person who would have ever dared to stand out in any way at all. I struggled severely with anxiety, fear, self insecurity, when I was the number one player in the state of Florida at Ford estate university. I was on anxiety medication to play and to practice. And it wasn't until I started to develop a relationship with Christ on where I started to find my identity in him and grow in that way.

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster Friday was a busy night at Major League Baseball and no one was busier than the Toronto Blue Jays who kept hitting and scoring is a clobbered Boston 28 to 5 They scored 11 runs in the 5th inning They had 29 hits on the night and not one but two players with 6 RBIs Elsewhere Aaron judge keeps hitting home runs two more Friday night giving him 36 on this season The Yankees beating Baltimore and out in Seattle Houston ended the Mariners win streak at 14 the other ale winners Cleveland Tampa Bay and Oakland Over in the national league you Darvish out dual Max Scherzer as San Diego beat the mets four to one the other NL winners Cincinnati Miami Arizona Milwaukee and the Dodgers Pro football quarterback Deshawn Watson showed up at Cleveland's training camp but neither he nor the browns know if the NFL will suspend him college football the NCAA has charged Tennessee's program with 18 level one alleged violations and in hockey Calgary dealt Matthew kachak to Florida for Jonathan huber dough and Mackenzie Uighur I'm David Shuster AP sports

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"I'm Jonathan capehart, and welcome to capehart. According to the CDC, black women are three times more likely to die from a pregnancy related cause than white women. Various factors contribute to the black maternal mortality crisis in the United States, from lack of access to quality healthcare to systemic racism. The powerful new documentary aftershock dives into it all through the stories of three women. Tonya Lewis Lee co director of the film says one of the biggest problems is black women not being listened to. When women are expressing pain or expressing something doesn't feel right, they're often sort of just pushed to the side and told, oh, you'll be fine, either rest or keep going or doing whatever. And black women just are not listened to when or believed when they talk about the

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"Researching the issue and we worked with breaking car talents to try to get this legislation introduced. And congressman, when you started looking into into this issue how shocked were you by what you found? And how shocked were you that these facilities were all this stuff was happening, were largely are largely unregulated. I was shocked at the scale of it. You know, Jonathan one of the things that's happened, especially since Paris has become more public. Is I have had at least a dozen people who I know text me email me saying, I'm so glad you and Paris and others are doing this. Here is my experience. This happened to my daughter, my son. This happened to me. And I just was oblivious. I had no idea that this was taking place in the scale. Now I'm convinced that this is a really a widespread spread problem. And these kids are going their families are sending their kids to these institutions. They're making tons of money. They're for profit institutions. And they're really scarring these kids. I mean, the worst is the sexual assault or physical abuse, but short of that, when you hear stories of kids who are not allowed to speak, who are basically treated as criminals in the way that they are looked after. And it's a polling that this is going on in our country. You've mentioned a couple of times now a Bill of rights. What would be what's part of the Bill of Rights that you imagine for the legislation you plan to introduce? It's actually so simple. It's amazing that we don't already have this. I mean, basically, we're saying that these kids should not be put in solitary confinement that they should not be physically hit or restrained that they should have some standards of looking after both their physical and mental well-being. That there ought to be basic standards of nutrition that there should be allowed to move. And have the freedom to move and treat them to express themselves. In some sense of being able to call back home. So just basic things that you would expect are the.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

05:47 min | 10 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

"You get notified every time we go live but in addition to that you know i'm gonna start doing some cool things with that group. So join the tribe. Some texts hashtag tribe to six seven eight six five eight three six to seven. But now we're gonna go ahead and slide into q. And a. j. j. and then after this i have a special announcement to make have a special announcement to make. So let's go ahead in play our call today. Jonathan.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"The bargain that they want to continue to make moving forward So there's a lot of people resigning from jobs. Many of them without knowing what the next step is my my big concern with that. Is that if you do that before. Actually doing the work understand. What is the impulse for. That makes me come alive and then look at the work that you're doing and say how can i make this as good as it possibly can be now. What are all the different ways. That i may be able to reimagined or reorient. The work that i'm doing maybe even outside of my job description but there are opportunities within the place that mad to actually express this thing and we have to just really make it as good as it can be in. How can i do that. I and maybe that actually gives me a lot closer there. If we're not doing that work first and then we just jettison ourselves from the place we are and we look for something else. That just feels different enough without understanding. Why we're actually saying yes to that new thing. There's a really good chance we're gonna find ourselves eighteen months from now sitting in an office with different paint on the walls and new boss a new team a new product in new brand new service. Feeling the exact same way and that's a huge concern for me. So i really strongly recommend i do the work. Then do the work of optimizing the thing that you're doing now to allow that to come out as much as humanly possible very often get you so much closer to the feeling that you want that. You're actually pretty cool staying and then you don't have to go through the disruption than the pain of the big change and even if it doesn't then look for all sorts of opportunities to do on the side whether it's hobby or devotion or passion or an activity that you do because that can then blend with a much more sparked optimized Job to give you what you need if you get all the way there and you're still not getting it. Then at that point you start to do the exploration of okay. So maybe i have to do something more disruptive but if you do you're leaving that current thing not from a place of dejection and ignorance but from a place of in formation and agency and also chances are psychologically you'll be in a much more emboldened and alive place. Jonathan.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:28 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I want to bring people together. And we're going to go from point a to point b very often. That impulse comes from you being one of those people so very often. You're among the group that you want to actually then help navigate from point eight point be. That shows up very often early in life as well. So you're the kid on the playground who's bringing all the kids together and say. Hey let's go on an adventure like or let's go do this thing as you grow up very often. It shows up as you being a captain of team or leading you know a club or being student president but it may not show up in those roles but it may show up in all sorts of other ways in your family. I talked to one woman who is now a member of the executive leadership team at giant global consulting firm and even as a young kid. She was the one who is organizing all the family members. He was the youngest of all of her siblings yet. She would bring everyone together figure out the trips. They were going to go on figure out the adventures. They were going to go on whatever it was. She was the one where she just had this impulse to gather organize and lead for no other reason than the fact that there was something in her. That said i love doing this. It gives me the feeling of being alive. So that's the warrior the performer. Which is it appears from the early data. Now that that may be the single most prevalent anti type is all about the impulse to energize in live in or animate and experience interaction or moment that tends to show up early in life in a lot of kids but if if the parents at they'll usually channel it into performing arts which is wonderful when you're younger but then at some point a lot of times apparently then say Kids latching onto that a little bit too much. And i'm freaked out about them wanting to make that their career so let's just pretend it's not actually the central thing that matters to them and they'll start to sean and they'll seru like recommend stifling and pushing them in a different direction so the performers very often Very repressed impulse a lot of people. It's unfortunate because that very impulse shows up can be expressed in so many different ways in a sales conversation as a parent in a group leader in at a board meeting behind a bar. There's so many different ways to channel that to do like incredibly good And fun and exciting work well. Let's hope that anybody listening that has children that are blooming in that archetypes sparky type encourages it and helps it bloom. You mentioned woman that you were referring to that you written about in the book. How did you choose which people in case studies to focus on the bug. They're so fascinating you know. Part of it was trying to source really compelling stories that showed clearly this impulses but part of it also was. It was important to me in selecting the stories to tell a very diverse set of stories. So it was important to me to to tell us out of stories that represented all ages all races all gender identifications all sexual orientations And so when we looked at the stories that we were telling. I wanted this to be a book. Where when people read What's in any given chopped her that they're able to feel seen and if a really homogenous and the way that we're actually selecting the stories and the case studies not only. Is that going to exclude people from. It's just not right. You know it is not that it was never the the right way to be in the world As a writer at something that i'm probably guilty of Being way too ignorant of the need to really be expensive in understanding how are we. How are we telling the different stories and showing broad representation in the work. That i've been doing in the past and for me you know. I think i'm becoming much more aware of my responsibility to make sure that i really invest in. Not because as a human being. It's just the right thing to do. So that was a big part of the way that we did it as well. Yeah thank you for that it is. It is clear that you've done that. And and that work is really important. Jonathan i have one last thing i want to ask you about. And it's something that you write about. In the last chapter of your book you state that reimagining and realigning your current work in a way that makes you come alive. Let you get more of what you need without feeling the need to below anything up you also caution at the beginning of the book for readers to be aware of behaving in an overly disruptive way I think this book has the ability to get people really excited and then wanted to make the change from that moment on. How do you recommend people approach change in their lives. I i love this question. And you're right there when we figure out something or learn something really new that is deeply resonant and really oh this is right Very often the next thing that we do is we look at what we're doing in this case the work that we're doing and if it feels horribly aligned with this thing that we now know is really important to us you know. Are we just say oh. Well i just need to extract myself from the situation immediately. If you're eighteen years old and the stakes are really really low. And you don't have a lot invested in it it. It's probably not a big deal if you do that. You know. I'm fifty five. Got a family i want. I want to live a certain life. I want to be able to devote myself in. Certain ways and financial security is a value that i hold dear. I wanna make sure that. I'm providing much as i can a lot of ways for my family so for me if i decide. Oh i'm just gonna blow it up that causes a huge amount of disruption and pain and we tend to underestimate the pain of that disruption that will cause both on us and also those that look to us for some sense of security and we we overestimate how giddy will feel when we sort of blow it all up and then get the chance to move to the next thing and we tend to be a little bit delusional about how long the process might take to figure out that next thing so one of my big concerns right now actually. We're we're having this conversation. Where a lot of people are kicking around this phrase the great resignation. you know. We're in a moment where society society-wide people are asking the big existential questions and they're realizing the bargain that they made to get to..

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I have a feeling we may not be too dissimilar. My primary spark type is the maker. Yes my fundamental impulse and the impulse for maker is to make ideas manifest. It is all about the process of creation. It is a jeep deep impulse to be generative as much as you possibly. Can you have the something from nothing or the a little bit of something to a lot of bit of something. Impulse has woken me up and driven me to exert exert effort from as young as i possibly remember as a little kid cobbling together bikes from a junkyard painting. Jean jackets building houses renovating in college evolved eventually. To building companies building brands writing books building media building experiences. There are a lot of different things that go into each one of those things but the impulse for me. That allowed me to come alive. Was the maker impulse behind all of that eventually. You're bring together teams because you need people to soon all sorts of different roles and have different impulses to really make it work but for me. That's the thing that wakes me up in the morning my shadow spark type which you can think of it as one of two ways. It's either your your next strongest impulse forever. Or it's kind of like you runner up or there tends to be more nuanced relationship. Which is that. Many people do the work of their shadow in order to be able to do the work of their primary better so my shadows bark type is the scientists. The impulse for the scientists is all about figuring things out. I look at something. And i'm like how does that work. But what i've learned over the years is for me. The fascination is less just about going deep into the burning question or the puzzle. Or the quandary. I tend to go there. When i am in a making process and i hit a wall and rather than just feeling like oh i hit all this is the end of it. The maker impulse kicks in and says okay. No big deal still kinda cool. Let me solve this problem. Let me create a whole new thing. That let me get through this moment in time and the minute i figured out the answer i go back to the process of being just hyper genitive and building and making so it's in service of my maker. I liked doing it. I'm good at it but at the end of the day. I don't do it just for the fun of doing it. I do it because it makes me a better maker. And then the last part of my profile the anti spark at type you can think of the archetype as either your least strong impulse for work or the thing that takes the most energy the most effort the most external motivation. If you're on a team and tends to empty you out the most and require the great amount of recovery so for me. That is what i call the essential now. Essential est is all about creating order from chaos. It's clarity it is utility. It's taking big. Data says is taking a huge amount of objects and things like this and somehow organizing them and creating making them usable and clean streamlined. That is amazing work. It's necessary work. I love the fact that it's done because that lets me function as a human being as an entrepreneur as a maker. But when. I actually have to do that work. I just want cry. And of course. I've gotten good at it because you know when you're when you have to do especially in the early stage for example of a company. You're doing everything so over time you just learn to become skilled or competent at it and that makes the experience of a little bit better but at the end of the day making it a little bit better and getting it over with faster and getting a little. Bit of the head of competence. It still doesn't make up for the fact that there's something inside of me where that impulses the most foreign. It's the weakest for me and it just doesn't come close and it never will to the feeling that i get when i'm operating on the other side of my spectrum. Okay so i will tell you my because we're very very similar. Jonathan not exactly similar. But very so. My primary sparky type is the maker. Which i'm not surprised at all what was really surprising to me. Was how accurately described me being maker just without knowing me you just described maker and i'm like wow that's really make the the shadow archetype is the maven. Which is somebody who likes to learn. And i'd love you to talk more about that and my shadow spark type is also the essential est. I hate details so so talk a little bit of a little bit more about the me. The maven yeah and that doesn't surprise me at all so the fundamental impulse for the maven is learning it's knowledge acquisition. You know you look around and you're just like what can i learn to. Maybe what you learn has great application in all sorts of different ways. And that's nice you kind of like that. You know that's cool but you know if that is your primary impulse. You're not doing it because it's going to let you do something else you're doing it. Solely for the feeling that pursuing learning pursuing knowledge gives you so for you. because you're maven. Is your shadows parka. Type it's something that you probably love doing you really good at and we know this from sixteen years of ridiculous research of every person that you have ever talked to and the stunning career that you built where. You're encyclopedic about literally anything that you devote yourself to and at the same time you like. I've also seen with you. It makes a lot of sense that that knowledge acquisition to you it really gets harnessed and it comes out in the context of informing the way that you make and allowing you to create at an entirely different level rather than just creating in the void based out of your own Intuitive feel not that. that's a bad thing but.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

"The podcast. Are you ready there. We go there we go there we go there we go there we go family so look look here. It is here it is. We're back for episode number one two three four all right. I'm excited to be here with you all today in today. I wanted to talk about something that i think. A lot of times can be lost just in transition in getting a podcast outright. Getting a podcast out being excited about the content that you're putting out being excited about the show but there's there's a point where people people want to continue to build and people want to continue to position themselves however time and time again. I've heard many people say they started. They stopped they quit. They didn't have the passion behind. the podcast. in the interesting thing is that they weren't getting the numbers that they wanted to see right a lot of times. We're just not honest with ourselves because who wants to begin to have a plant right. Who wants to have a plant tour. Ultimately you water it in you never see grow you just see you die right you have a plan you have a a anamour pit in your like i wanna see grow. I wanna see something happened but then nothing ever happens right so so really quick. If you're listening on you too. Are you watching youtube out. Encourage you to hit that subscribe and like button and you can follow us at jonathan. Jones speaks on the youtube okay. Jonathan jones speaks. But the first thing. I want to talk about today. We're going to unpack three keys to winning the click all right three keys to winning the click and i like to call it three keys to win that. Click because i believe that in this space of being a podcast there. There are so many choices for people to decide are decipher to go with right. There are what's advertised as millions of shows out there in pike has land even though just over just over. Six hundred thousand are active. And we'll talk about that a whole another day but the first thing that we have to take in mind are take account for is our podcast cover right. Our podcast cover is one of the first things that will help us..

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

"How do i identify my podcast niche. Why do i need a podcast niche. How do i even know. If i'm going deep enough with my podcast niche. We're going to dive into all that in this episode of your podcast mentor. Welcome to the. Your podcast mentor show with jonathan jones. Here you will learn how to start launch and monetize your podcast in addition to hearing the latest trend and the latest and greatest things happening in the podcast industry. Are you ready family family family. What is going on what is going on welcome to your podcast mentor show. I'm your host. Jonathan jones in the thing that i wanna dive in. Really deep on the day is how to figure out your podcasts. Niche right had to figure out your podcast niche. And if you're if you'd somewhere tuning in on youtube. I would encourage you to make sure to subscribe to the channel at jonathan. Jones speaks right. Just jonathan jones speaks there. You can get all the latest episodes of your podcast mentor with jonathan. And then we're also going to be sharing some other additional video contents so make sure you subscribe to jonathan. Jones speaks on the youtube platform so family. I wanna dive into today in talk about. How do we identify our podcast niche. Because i'm in the midst of our five day challenge right now our five day free podcasting challenge and if you have not joined you still have time because today is they four in. I wasn't gonna take down the videos by decided to leave him up..

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

"And i wanted to talk to you about how to grow your podcast in twenty twenty one. Okay and if we if you're somebody out there and you're like but wait a minute john. I don't have a pike as yet. Well that's perfectly fine. But i want to give you some questions and i want to give you some insight that you'll know and be able to reflect on all right so that's what we're going to dive into today making sure that you understand how you can grow your podcasts. In twenty twenty one but before we get there. If you're not subscribed to the youtube channel. I would encourage to make sure that you subscribe to the channel which is just jonathan jones speeds. And if you're somebody who enjoys podcasting or you're wanting to learn more about podcasting in addition to somebody who appreciates self-help strategies for success. I would encourage you to subscribe to our channel so as jonathan jones speaks on you too so now without further. Do i want to dive in today in. I wanna talk about this topic. I because i think so often. It's easy to say. I wanna grow right. I want i wanna grow my business. I wanna scale my business. I wanna do all of these different things. And i don't think there's anything wrong with that right because that's an area that i mean i would say that i i'm in his will wanting to grow in scale the business But then i had to get to the point into the place to where i had to ask myself but john you wanna grow you wanna give more opportunities you wanna do more things but the fact of the matter is the first question. I want you to consider.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"Take care of itself mayor midst landru of the great city of new orleans. Thank you very very much for being on the podcast jonah. The thanks so much. God bless time. I'll come down all right. I would love to see you later. Thanks for listening to cape up tune. In every tuesday you can find us on apple podcasts and stitcher and how about doing me a huge favor subscribe rate and review us. I'm jonathan kaye. Part of the washington post you can find me on twitter at cape heart jay. Creating great journalism is expensive. which is why we are so grateful for our subscribers. Who support are important. Work if you haven't already please consider subscribing to the washington post you can get a whole year of unlimited access for just one dollar a week get this offer at washington post dot com slash subscribe..

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"Jonathan cape part in. This is cape up. The republican party is still in thrall to donald trump. A man who turned generations of the party's stances on its head in one presidential term for stuart. Stevens rock ribbed republican who has helped to elect republicans at all levels of government including president of the united states. This led to some soul searching. The result is his book. it was all a lie. how the republican party became donald trump. This conversation with stevens is from last september but everything we talked about especially the ugly role. The republican party is still relevant. Today you can hear it. All right now stewart stevens. Thank you.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"Caroline Rose Giuliani, , thank you so much for coming on the podcast whereas thank you for having me. . So the headline on your appease is attention grabbing Rudy Giuliani is my father please everyone vote for Joe Biden and Kamala. . Harris. . What on earth, , feel compelled to go public with your support of the ticket that's trying to beat your father's clients life just like our country is in such a state of crisis and has been for so long. . It really reached a boiling point for me and it is attention grabbing I guess jeans have a way of being able to do that but I was hoping I could use that attention for something. . Than hopefully, inspiring , people to vote and believe that Joe Biden and calmly can start turning this country around in the piece you write about a briefly about how as growing up you would get into arguments with your father political arguments, , and if memory serves those arguments didn't go well yeah. . They were just like so many people across America have these difficult conversations with their family and you know it's taxing. It's . hard always but I was always grateful to be having conversations even when they were challenging and difficult because I think it trained me to be able to stand up for what I believe in in a way. . You know you also right and this is aside from the headline. . This was to me one of the more arresting paragraphs read if being the daughter of polarizing mayor who became the president's personal bulldog has taught me anything it is that corruption starts with yes. . Men and women the cronies who create an Echo Chamber of lies and subservience to maintain their proximity to power. . We've seen this ad Nauseam with trump and his cadre. . Of High. level. . . Sycophants parenthesis the ones who weren't convicted anyway and parenthesis. . That's pretty hard stuff to say especially when one of those people is Your Dad Yeah I've spent a lot of my life observing just because I've had access to sort of such an interesting and unusual world observing the effects of Ayman, , power on people in general, , not just auditions but even people in Hollywood and it's something that's very interesting to me as. . Like a psychological subject. . So I spent a lot of time thinking about that and just watching the last four years how trump has just evolved into this ego mania I mean he was already there but devolve further it just sort of highlighted for me the reasons behind that, , and that's because he has his echo chamber of lies around him. . The piece starts with this great inning line. . I have a difficult confession something I usually save for at least the second date my father is Rudy Giuliani. . What is the reaction of people whether they are people you're on dates with even out in the world you're a filmmaker in Los Angeles how do people react when they find out? ? Oh my God. . You're his daughter. . It's been an interesting ride through life's sort of like navigating how to reveal that information to people because through many phases, , some phases where I just didn't tell anybody I didn't want anybody to know I wanted man identity and then I grew to consulate place where I would only help you. . But when I trust down, , then there was a phase in my life where I told people at the time that was funniest to me. . Has Jets. . Get Very, , you know people are very surprised especially given how different my values are and how different I am as arson and the things I focus on, , and now I basically just helped meatball if there's ever something in my life that's related to that fact I sort of don't hold back and trust that people can see me for me and see that that's something that. . Helps shake my experiences but then much much more than that. . How hard was it for you to come to terms with who you are who your family is then to be able to stand in your own space in your own truth as your own person yeah. I . mean I've always had a really strong drive and to have that solo identity and to tell stories that are. . Up to stigmatize things in the world and create more empathy. . So I think I've always had fairly strong idea of what I want to do. . It was more the difficulty around people keep me in that box even though I'm expressing myself. . So that's why I went through the phases of hiding at. . It's it's been a journey but I'm grateful for the experience of sort of like having to navigate that <unk> given so many opportunities as well not because of my name but just simply because I am very, , very privileged upbringing and I'm extremely lucky and I'm so grateful for that

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"MJ Hagar Welcome. . Hi. . Jonathan. . Thanks for having me on. . So okay. . I I had a set first question, , but I'm going to ask my own separate question and that is we started out the clip intro this moment. . With your doors add. . You ran when you ran the last time to me was one of the most powerful political ads had seen perhaps ever was it important for you to tell your story in that way? ? You know I think part of why it was. . So powerful was the moment that it played in. . In that moment people were. . Being exposed to the horrors of family separation, , for example. . And the fact that it resonated so much with people almost. . Sad. . I want it to be successful, , but it was also kind of disheartening to hear so many people reach out to the campaign and say, , yes, , that was me I had doors closed in my face to I've been trying to advocate for. . Disability rights because my child has down syndrome or whatever it was that they were trying to be heard by other elected officials and they completely You know empathize with that that experience of going to DC and having your elected officials closed door in your face and treat you like if you're not a big donor or you don't have any political capital to barter with and you don't matter. . And so it was kind of a bittersweet thing. . It was great that it got the campaign so much attention but it broke my heart a little that people were. . So gut punched over family separation and and so used to their government just not working for them that the message really resonated with people. . And so you you lost that. . That that ad was made for and now you're running for for US Senate most polls I've seen have you around by points within five points of Senator Cornyn the Cook Political Report classifies your race as likely are which I expected to be solid are given whose Senator Cornyn is from your perspective how is the race looking? ? Well you know I mean if you I love you know just talking about like the INS and outs of the data although I do think the data shows. . That, we , have a much better shot than Beto did against Ted Cruz a lot of people think that beddoe crews race that if anybody you know. . If we couldn't beat Ted Cruz and we can't beat anybody in Texas. . It's actually not true independent voters really like Ted Cruz Ted Cruz had a fifty two percent approval rating when he wants went up against Beto. . and. . Better almost beaten and John Cornyn has an approval rating of anywhere from twenty eight to thirty two and the vote exactly the same way, , and so you have to try to figure out what the differences between the white has one why once a while popular in Texas and one's not And, , the reason that <hes> that John Cornyn is not so popular is because he there's not an independent bone in his body. . He just does he's told he does as he's told by his corporate special interests he does he's told by his party leaders and. . You know that's very Texan. . It's very Texan to have backbone and grit and integrity and stand up for your principles and so <hes>. . You know I don't really look at polling that much. . Even fivethirtyeight recently said that <hes> Democrats in Texas are always going out will recently at least maybe not always are outperforming the polling in part because you poll people with a reliable voting history and we've been forty nine hundred fiftieth in voter turnout for decades. . So who's reliable voter anymore when when you have double or triple the turnout at the polls, , a lot of the people showing up to vote which by the way the people who are getting. . Engaged to go and vote who haven't been reliable voters tend to be not good news for whatever political party is in power right? ? So we expect to outperform the Coles the polling we're we're a lot closer than Beto was in the polling against Ted Cruz and yet he's still almost beat him. . So I, , have every confidence that. . After the debate we only have one scheduled that Cornyn. . has agreed to he has kind of chickened out on the other to even though he told the Texas Tribune that he would be. . Willing to do more. . I think that he knows that he can't run on his record I. . think he knows that the more Texans learn about him the worse it is for him we pick up a lot more of those independent undecided voters because my vision for this state is a lot more in line with Texas values in. . Want. .

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"Jonathan, Kaye part, and this is Cape Up. My guest has been her states. Secretary of Health sees represented her State in Congress today. She is said to be on Joe. Biden's vice presidential shortlist in chose it. She would be the first lat next American on a presidential ticket. She is New Mexico Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham. Hear what she has to say about that and her states response to Corona virus in this special case up live episode right now. Governor Welcome! You know I'm delighted to be on your show. Nice to meet you spend a little time with you Jonathan. Likewise. Thank you very much for being here now. I mentioned that you were the health secretary. You are a member of Congress because they gave you incredible insight, I think and how to deal with the corona virus early on you declared a statewide health emergency on March eleventh when there were only four cases in your state. What did you see that pushed? The pushed you to move so quickly. Well two things that you know that this virus is moving, and so it comes with travelers we've got commuters were movie Hijab I was still dealing with folks who were trapped on a cruise and California and I've dealt with the pandemic before and the. You Start and the more aggressively you start, the better control and management efforts you have in. This is the problem because you can't see the pandemic everyone I think falsely assumes it won't come here. The it'll be easy, and we'll wait until we see what's happening because I think for too many leaders. It's easier to explain you have to move immediately. Otherwise it rages out of control and we're seeing that all across the country now. What we follow up, you said you've been through a pandemic before. which are you talking Ebola or something else? Blue so we had two issues. We had a flu epidemic I said pandemic epidemic in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand eight, and then in two, thousand and five. We had a flu vaccine shortage so when you are in a state where you've got higher. Per Capita. Issues related to chronic issues for children and adults, and that you have a higher death rate then from influenza we'd have a third of the capacity of healthcare providers and hospitalizations I literally had to join with illiinois to. Import flu vaccine from Canada Rich. You really couldn't do then and we found A. Soft, can I say loophole and brought it in and I protected Mexica residents then <hes> we took. Out of flu vaccine, so I took all the mercury out of it to further protect new Mexicans. I wouldn't buy anything that had. Mirasol in it, and then when the epidemic was coming in the same thing, he didn't have sufficient investments in public health, so getting to people getting them vaccinated partnering with limited. A. Private Provider Group was really challenging so <hes> probably answering this too long Jonathan but in December I knew this was coming. I asked my teams to start planning in early January, so we began to have round tables and start looking about where we was secure. And testing supplies. That's really interesting. You started focusing this on in December. And then moving with your staff in January, so you anticipated what could happen, but didn't you anticipate the inaction from the federal government in terms of having a national strategy? No in my wildest dreams I would not be spending my known specific time finding supplies testing supplies, and the right manufacturers, trying to figure out which instruments right the FDA was going to authorize in an emergency use environment, then test for the for the virus, so not every instrument was available. Not every then re agent is available every testing because they're not all. They weren't at the time universal, getting swabs and then chasing. And, then, in my wildest dreams I wouldn't be dealing with the federal government who would literally then take the things that you secured and redistributes them for the country while you want it to be a country focus. Because it wasn't it meant that you were fighting? Frankly with other governors and FEMA to get the adequate supplies into your state, and now we're seeing it occur again because there was without any federal strategies, still now that you have these outbreaks, governors are in the same situation chasing down supplies and P P and trying to adequately cover their first responders is the most outrageous environment I've ever worked on worked in in my entire career.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"The. Hi, Jonathan Kaye part and welcome to this special edition of Cape up. I'm so angry at Justice Roberts. Chief Justice Roberts that Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer of New York, he's angry at the supreme court over its twenty thirteen decision that gutted the Voting Rights Act and ushered in a new era of voter suppression. That's going to make a big push on voting rights. Not only does he want to fix the court. Shelby decision. He also wants automats registration and DC statehood. This was a relatively quick conversation packed with information and high hopes here at all right now. Senator schumer. Thank you very much for being on the podcast. It's good to be here. Jonathan we've known each other probably close to thirty years almost thirty years. And so when you called I said, we'll absolutely I will come and talk to you. And you wanted to talk about something specific I did. And that is our our push on voting rights. Voting rights is one of the it is probably the most fundamental building block of democracy. This is what the founding fathers created. And this is what millions of Americans have fought for hundreds of millions of Americans have died for as well. And so when voting rights is being impinged upon when it's being made much harder. We have to do something about it. So the house passed h r one I am for it. But we're not in the majority in the Senate, hopefully, we will be in twenty twenty one and then we can pass HR one as well. And God willing democratic. The president signed it. But now as leader I'm going to focus on three things above all the first is to undo the damage done by Shelby Shelby was one of the worst court decision's, ever, rendered them. Shelby v holder thirteen correct? I am so angry at Justice Roberts. Chief Justice Roberts. You know, when he came before us, he said, he's going to call balls and strikes. I voted against him. Because I wasn't sure that he would do that. And then, unfortunately, my vote was vindicated and Shelby is one of his three words decisions the others being citizens United which allowed money to cascade into our country and the other being Janice which made it much harder for labor unions to organize but Shelby was particularly despicable. Because what Robert said is there's no more bigotry around the we don't need what's called pre clearance before any locality in seventeen. I think it was states. Fifteen states could change the voting laws. They had a clear it with the voting rights division of the civil rights division. So that they wouldn't be taking away rights. So they repealed this pre-clearance and within a year, ten states. Made it much harder to vote some of them North Carolina. The legislators were actually caught saying to each other. Let's make it harder for African Americans to vote and they particularly aimed as disenfranchisement at people of color African American Hispanic Asian Pacific islander at college students. They made it much aren't devoted college. And at poor people in general and the goal was not. They said, oh, there's a lot of voter fraud. They can't find any hardly any. But what they did do is take away people's rights. So what we wanna do point one is undo the damage in Shelby and do it across the country, not just in the fifteen states, but any state that is going to change its voting laws in a significant way. It has to be pre cleared if there's any sign that it might be discriminatory. Second thing we want to do is have automatic registration. There are fifty million people in America, not registered. Now. That's a disgrace automatic registration is very simple. It says whenever you touch any level of government, not just federal. But if you touch, Medicaid, if you touch the department of motor vehicles, you are automats registered, and that will.

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"jonathan  " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan " Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"I'm Jonathan Kaye part and welcome to Cape. Buck. The race for the democratic nomination for president in two thousand twenty is already underway. Elizabeth Warren announced her exports or many Hooghly on Castro is expected to be next and everyone is waiting on Beto and buy, but there's another be you'll be talking about very soon. No, not him Buddha. Judge their peak Gouda judge of south bend, Indiana. He's a veteran. He's unapologetically progressive is openly gay and before leaving office. President Obama named him one of four people who were the future of the Democratic Party. Then after listening to this you'll understand why. Mayor people that are judge. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks for. All right. So first things I did I pronounce your name correctly. You got Buddha judge. That's right. Where's it from Malta? It's actually a very common name on the island of Malta and not really anywhere else. Have you been? Oh, yeah. My dad immigrated from altern the seventies. So he was the eldest debate we got a big family over there. And so whenever we get a chance gophers beautiful country lines of history fascinating place, smack in the middle of the Mediterranean. The Maltese vote is not huge. There's I think there's four other Maltese that we know of in south bend including my dad, but it's a it's a fascinating part of the world. Sorry the pride of Malta about that. They I think they've noticed that you know, exist and things pretty cool. But I you are the mayor of south bend, Indiana. You are in your second second four year terms. So you when you ran the first time you got seventy six percent. The vote. You ran the second time. You got eighty percent of the vote, you're not term limited. So why on earth would you not want to run for third term? Well, I love my job. I mean being able to serve obviously anytime we get to serve your hometown is compelling, but also south brands trajectory is a really exciting thing to have been part of the week. I got into the race in two thousand eleven we were characterized as a dying city by Newsweek. And now we seen population growth economic growth. A lot of things are really changed. I'm proud of that. But the whole idea of my first campaign Armato, even was the idea of a fresh start, and, you know, mayor's not a job you can have forever. And I wanna make sure that I'm not the last to realize when it's time for a fresh start. Again, you know in an interview you did with Rolling Stone. You said something that captured my imagination not just because of what it said about your city, but just in terms of your your thinking, and you said, and this was the report or trying to get you. To brag on yourself, and what you've been able to do as mayor of south bend. And you said our city believes in itself again, and you go on to say we had to paint a picture of the future that did not translate into nostalgia..

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