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"kate natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kate natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is certainly feeling steamy out there today in fact what will happen afternoon high of eighty nine this afternoon which is about average but you factor in the humidity it feels more like ninety nine or a hundred to stay hydrated today we have about a forty percent chance of passing downpours actually still wrapping around Cristobal that's why we had such a tropical air mass in place most of the rain is tonight with a low of seventy seven tomorrow the range is slightly lower at thirty percent highs at ninety there is a high surf advisory to high risk of recurrence today south winds ten to twenty knots on news channel eight meteorologist Leigh Spann the UV index is five right now mostly cloudy eighty one degrees in Saint Petersburg seventy nine in land of lakes and eighty yet your severe weather station newsradio WFLA next update at eight fifteen hi Chris track man and now for your informational cast of players Jack Harris Larry Jacobson Katie Luchino and Natalie are quickly you're listening to A. M. Tampa Bay good morning it's a Monday morning and we got a lot of things going on here still and if you wanna get on board you can call us at eight hundred nine six nine nine three five two we're gonna be hearing Kate Natalie's stories here in just a couple minutes as well as today in history coming up here and then eight forty Felix Vega is going to be joining us and we're going to be talking about the protests and the riots all the other bad things that are happening in this country but right now we're gonna talk about K. long and maybe some good things about traffic Hamas's on traffic center to watch out for some slow going on I. four westbound between the summer connector I two seventy five and we do have an accident in Oldsmar watch out for them.

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"kate natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"kate natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tampa Bay and want to do our Kate Natalie's stories here now and Katie you want to go first I will go first let's hear it so there are some freaks on the loose quarantines really getting the best of people a man was recently arrested for breaking into a Pennsylvania funeral home this was last Saturday night and then stripped naked and they found one of his cold beers and one of the display caskets cheese what a wild night what was he doing member stripped down into the funeral home yeah apparently he broke in and then D. Robert there I guess he was trying to go through all the chemicals and stuff that the funeral home has apparently was trying to have a fun night with some formaldehyde but yeah he got arrested and charged with burglary grief what are you looking for in a funeral home I guess from our side Florida's gonna Florida no matter if there's a pandemic going on or not creative I'll say that I don't know in the it said the beer was still cold by the time the cops got there that's good the positive side the only positive I believe is really waiting for the cops just had a beer hopefully hopefully yours is better Natalie well this one is actually about the documentary that is sweeping the nation tiger king but it is helping a local business in Kansas that was hurting due to the corona virus on the Baskin Robbins franchisee put a sign up that said no relation to Carole Baskin and if you haven't seen the documentary she's kind of the villain that might of murder her husband it's not confirmed but it works because they doubled in business and they've been doing great since then so shout out to Carol honestly genius I saw that picture on and like Twitter or something I thought it was a joke I didn't realize that a Baskin Robbins really did that so that's funny I thought it was photoshopped really funny we've we've got well a couple of things going to be on our web page and Natalie is going to be putting this one up showing the well we we got it from the folks who are showing how biased the media particularly CNN is and we're going to get that thing is let me see isn't up yet not yet I'm working on that right now but we do have a crazy interview between Anderson Cooper and the mayor of Las Vegas and we got some audio from that we do let's hear it all right but one of them opened because obviously visitors are gonna come without casinos in shows and things well no they'll come because that what they love we've got major league sports here and we cancel I love everything open because I think we've had a viruses for years that have been here that is the call you said you weren't making that is the call you want to seniors open you want stadiums open you want restaurants open you want to Vegas back in business and then you're being very specific and I appreciate it because that's where you're staying at no the reality is I want us to open in the city of Las Vegas or people can go back to work my what does he what is part about that was she said we've had viruses for years here yeah that was that we pay about Las Vegas good we for years yeah no big deal you definitely have the these do a lot of our up in the Vegas STDs he also gets into China and this is what we have a clip from that there's a a Chinese researchers have shown how this virus spreads I just want to put out I just want to put a pair of yours this is a a red hand saying you are to us I don't know what I'm just trying to distance in China this is Megan's Nevada they need a TV show I'm putting it out there I would watch it every night I thought this isn't China it is it is not China keep that in mind oh man unbelievable we still don't know what she wants but I will keep you updated not sure she knows I'm not sure either but I tell you it is really funny and and again the folks that and look for the bias in the news media which obviously in very hard to find and we had our guest on earlier to talk about that because of the fact but that that audio is really funny about CNN and NBC and all those other just bad mouth thing the president constantly blaming him for this whole thing one after another after another after another we get that from the newsbusters folks then once we get up on our website you gotta check that out if you had any doubt about the news media bias then a lot of people call CNN the Comedy news health work that's a little harsh but Hey by the way I just don't like I do here's my little quick thing on it which I've noticed throughout the last month Jack is I don't like the for the media going aha gotcha they're always looking for the gotcha moment look report on the news if that moment comes and deliver on it but not every press briefing with the White House and that Donald Trump needs to be a gotcha moment I know they they're constantly doing that and what did you hear this video here once you once Natalie gets set up I do want to mention that McDonald's is stepping up to they say an appreciation for the health care workers police officers firefighters and paramedics committed to our health and safety McDonald's will offer free thank you meals from now and let's see Tuesday may fifth well let's see between today yeah through Tuesday may fifth as a token of appreciation for their selfless service and Donald's is staying open whether franchises and everything and I think you just show your work badge to get one of the thank you meals thank you mails my mom got one this morning she's a nurse she got an egg McMuffin for free.

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"kate natalie" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"kate natalie" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Dot org and joining us now is Erin rupa there's a journalist on the session at different vox we just read the article fox news devised a way to cover the impeachment trial without covering it Ole welcome to background briefing Iran rupa thanks for having me so it's important really to understand that you know when you if you listen to the car radio watch television you see pretty much blanket coverage on CNN and MSNBC among public radio across the dial but a whole different story is happening on fox news and I guess in this divided country with al information solid hello doing what they call reality shopping where they they get the news they want to hear shouldn't be too surprising but tell us about the kind of techniques that fox refusing to give the appearance that they're actually covering the hearings while in fact essentially doing their usual pro trump propaganda yeah what are you noticing core it's important to keep in mind that fox news is the top rated Kate Natalie cable network but they've had the top ratings on Tuesday the first day of the impeachment trial they had the top ratings across both cable and broadcast for their coverage so a lot of people are tuning in and what they're seeing is kind of a remarkably in some ways dishonest mode of coverage because what fox news resorted to what yesterday on Wednesday was basically playing video of the trial without any sound instead of having found get a bigger screen and screen with the small screen showing video of the trial and on the other side of the screen that they're holed up providing the trump the in band that people would expect from fox news so it sort of gives the illusion that they were covering the trial monitoring what was being said the case that was being made by ship another manager is when instead they weren't covering it all in a you know that they were using talking points that they could have used without listening to it back and all of the actual trial and you know it's interesting to you know kind of know what how this was an evolution from the way that fox news has called for the impeachment inquiry more broadly which has been and mostly the package sound bites from Republicans from employers that play well you know it's a thirty second clip on Hannity and gives the appearance that trumps the vendors are doing an effective job defending him but of course that wasn't even an option yesterday with Democrats having a whole day to make their case and somewhat fox news there is instead of actually covering the trial during prime time they just played video of it along with their normal programming so you know if you're an airport or at a jam it might have looked like fox news is actually covering the trial if you could hear it but it got to listening to it they weren't covering the trial and also was kind of remarkable evolution and the way fox news has covered the entire impeachment process well one of the things that some of the observers and pundits have been saying about the democratic case is that even though it feels long and repetitive that actually a lot of the Republican senators watch fox news and get their information from Sinclair and and fox like trump does and they literally don't know what happened with the Ukraine story they literally a learning the force to learn because they're stuck in the chamber they can have their cell phones and you know they're there and the pain of imprisonment so they're actually getting an education about what really happened and some people think that might actually have an effect we'll wait and see but yet it's worth noting that twenty interject on that point that you don't have to take it from you know pundit or Democrats were saying that what you just said was said by senator John Kennedy a Republican senator from Louisiana who after V. are you know there is a break during the hearing yesterday on Wednesday he told reporters that he thinks nine of the ten Republican senators in the room aren't familiar with the case income he found it to be you know quite formative for him because he wasn't familiar with the house passed the money that it occurred in the evidence that it already been developed and so you're even Republicans are admitting what you were saying that you know a lot of these people that haven't been paying attention either because like you said they're getting information from fox news other right wing outlet or they just didn't pay attention maybe on the presumption that the case would be paid during the trial now would be the fifth set and of course the irony being that many of the same people are taking votes to block the presentation of any new documents are you know it any further testimony from occurring in the Senate trial so you would think that the fact that some of these Republican senators aren't familiar with the case would be a reason to vote you know to have people like John Bolton and Mick Mulvaney have to fight it you know more documents but instead they're kind of just living with the cognitive dissonance the team is of voting bloc the presentation the development of further evidence while keeping lead being resolved to acquit trump then again I'm speaking with Alan Ripon a journalist and the associate editor vox what he just read the article fox news devised a way to cover the impeachment trial without covering it at all so from yesterday's hearing or whatever you wanna call it try yeah I'm not really a trial but most people agree that Adam Schiff in these opening remarks was extremely cogent but that he's closing remarks were really powerful so much so that senator Lindsey Graham one of trump's most ardent defenders went up to shift and shook his hand and said you know basically you did a great job so that's the reality right contrast that with how that played on fox because didn't to Tucker Carlson referred to Adam shift as a lunatic yes he did and I mean Hannity with pushing that as well background the the even handed even went to the extent of playing a package of complaints of ship hockey throughout the day and that was that the kind of evil sounding circus music in parts of it we're discolored can make shift look more read an ominous you know and and certainly that present taking money and you alluded to very much at odds with what people who actually watched the hearings solace which you know with the after pull a presentation of a weaving together all the fact that emerged during the house in a query I in the various documents that have been released as a part of that and the link the whole time line out yesterday he has been devoted more making the legal case against trump but you know these talking points that ball Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity were using during fox news prime time are the same thing that they've been saying for months the same here is not that anyone would watch their shows is extremely familiar with at this point there's a certain irony in math calling ship boring and repetitive when they were using the same talking points they've been using for moms to dismiss what he had to say about the other aspect of that would really be trade how untethered from reality the fox Houston is where you know Adam ship it immensely even that you know Republican likely to grams commending him for how forceful his presentation was even if we you know we do graphic really is going to go through a quick company and but you know over on fox news which again is the top rated cable network is being presented at some sort of on very dishonest spectacle in and you know again it with a powerful motive destruction because in some instances Sean Hannity is saying that one other video all the hearing is playing alongside of admin again kind of giving the illusion that he's actually commenting on what was happening instead of sort of operating a pre packaged talking points so yeah it was one of the starkest example they think in recent memory of how divorced from reality fox users spend can be well the patent of course is that the Democrats tried repeatedly to get new evidence into the trial and Republicans repeatedly voted down as they did yesterday on the first long a session and then of course structures dance around criticized as Democrats for having known you limit so it is a great exercise in self fulfilling propaganda as it should be mentioned it's not the fox news I mean this has been this is the standard talking point among the Senate Republicans you know there there is on my from seven or eight who have offered quotes reporters are gone on fox news and you know basically diminish the entire proceeding by saying well Democrats don't have any new evidence we haven't heard anything do you know kind of laying the groundwork he eventually it quick trump on the basis that there wasn't any new evidence stop that was already you know the thing I regret it during the whole thing Greenough court thirty minutes and that senator John Kennedy from Louisiana you know in a in a moment the radical honesty at it that he was with the case until chip makers presentation yesterday he thought many of his colleagues were in the same boat but you know he's a Republican senators who are out there saying that there's no evidence that there for their unimpressed with you know what ship is telling them while primal continuously building at every turn to block the development of any new evidence or the compelling of any new testimony so you know you would hope that the senators took an oath to be impartial and you you know dole I've dropped it in a fair manner that they would do that but they would at least get all the facts on the table you know before making a decision that's the way things are headed now there still could be there will be more prone in terms of compelling the testimony of people like Mick Mulvaney in John Bolton and you know there does seem to be a modicum of interest the moderate Republican senators in having those people testified that remains to be seen but to date the voting group that you were alluding to on Tuesday which would have been to compel more documents subpoenaed documents you state department and other agencies that are relevant to the inquiry every single one of those votes was you know it brought it down on a party line fifty three forty seven matters the Republican completely up to this point have stuck together N. fox world in trump world as a whole lot of other picture right and just to be clear the very same powerful and effective speech that Adam Schiff gave me yesterday in any closing remarks no fox US so that no no nope that would that happened right around I'm on the east coast here was about quarter to ten that ship was wrapping things up which is during Hannity show and Hannity at the very beginning of his show they they sort of very brief snippet of the hearing at that moment in time and then handed the card away from an almost immediately in the first or the bad weather.

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"kate natalie" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

13:47 min | 1 year ago

"kate natalie" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Dot org and joining us now is Erin rupa there's a journalist on the session at different vox we just read the article fox news devised a way to cover the impeachment trial without covering it Ole welcome to background briefing Iran rupa thanks for having me so it's important really to understand that you know when you if you listen to the car radio watch television you see pretty much blanket coverage on CNN and MSNBC among public radio across the dial but a whole different story is happening on fox news and I guess in this divided country with al information solid hello doing what they call reality shopping where they they get the news they want to hear shouldn't be too surprising but tell us about the kind of techniques that fox are using to give the appearance that they're actually covering the hearings while in fact essentially doing their usual pro trump propaganda yeah what are you noticing core it's important to keep in mind that fox news is the top rated Kate Natalie cable network but they've had the top ratings on Tuesday the first day of the impeachment trial they had the top rating for crop both cable and broadcast for their coverage so a lot of people are tuning in and what they're seeing is kind of a remarkably in some ways this honest mode of coverage because what fox news resorted to what yesterday on Wednesday was basically playing video of the trial without any sound instead of having found they did a screen and screen for the small screen showing video of the trial and on the other side of the screen that they're holed up providing the trump the in band that people would expect from fox news so it sort of gives the illusion that they were covering the trial monitoring what was being said the case that was being made by ship another manager is when instead they weren't covering it all in a you know that they were using talking points that they could have used without listening to a crack and all of the actual trial and you know it's interesting to you know kind of know what how this was an evolution from the way that fox news has covered the impeachment inquiry more broadly which has been and mostly the package sound bites from Republicans from employers that play well you know the thirty second clip on Hannity and gives the appearance that trumps the tenders are doing an effective job defending him but of course that wasn't even an option yesterday with Democrats having a whole day to make their case and somewhat fox news there is instead of actually covering the trial during prime time they just played video of it along with their normal programming so you know if you're an airport or at a jam it might have looked like fox news is actually covering the trial if you could hear it but it got you would think too if they weren't covering the trial also was kind of remarkable evolution and the way fox news has covered the entire impeachment process well one of the things that some of the observers and pundits have been saying about the democratic case is that even though it feels long and repetitive that actually a lot of the Republican Senate this watch fox news and get their information from Sinclair and and fox like trump does and they literally don't know what happened with the Ukraine story they literally a learning the force to learn because they're stuck in the chamber they can have their cell phones and you know they're there and the pain of imprisonment so they're actually getting an education about what really happened and some people think that might actually have an effect we'll wait and see but it is worth noting at twenty interject on that point that you don't have to take it from you know pundit or Democrats were saying that what you did that was said by senator John Kennedy a Republican senator from Louisiana who after V. are you know there is a break during the hearing yesterday on Wednesday he told reporters that he thinks nine of the ten Republican senators in the room aren't familiar with the case income he found it to be you know quite formative for him because he wasn't familiar with the house passed the money that it occurred in the evidence that it already been developed and so you're even Republicans are admitting what you were saying that you know a lot of these people that haven't been paying attention either because like you said they're getting information from fox news other right wing outlet or they just didn't pay attention maybe on the presumption that the case would be paid during the trial now would be the fifth set and of course the irony being that many of the same people are taking votes to block the presentation of any new documents are you know with any further testimony from occurring in the Senate trial so I'm you would think that the fact that so many Republican senators aren't familiar with the case would be a reason to vote you know to have people like John Bolton and Mick Mulvaney have to fight it you know more documents but instead they're kind of just living with the cognitive dissonance the team is of voting bloc the presentation the development of further evidence welcoming lead being resolved to acquit trump and again I'm speaking with Alan Ripon a journalist and the associate editor vox what he just read the article fox news devised a way to cover the impeachment trial without covering it at all so from yesterday's hearing or whatever you wanna call it try yeah I'm not really a trial but most people agree that Adam Schiff in his opening remarks was extremely cogent but that he's closing remarks were really powerful so much so that senator Lindsey Graham one of trump's most ardent defenders went up to shift and shook his hand and said you know basically you did a great job so that's the reality right contrast that with how that played on fox because didn't to Tucker Carlson referred to Adam shift as a lunatic yes he did and I mean Hannity with pushing that as well background the the even handed even went to the extent of playing a package of complaints of shift hockey throughout the day and that was that the kind of evil sounding circus music in parts of it we're discolored can make shift look more read an ominous you know and and certainly that present taking money and you alluded to very much at odds with what people who actually watched the hearings solace which you know with the after pull a presentation of a weaving together all the fact that emerged during the how a query I in the various documents that have been released as a part of that and the link the whole time line out yesterday he has been devoted more making the legal case against trump but you know these talking points that ball Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity were using during fox news prime time are the same thing that they've been saying for months the same here is not that anyone who has watched their show is is extremely familiar with at this point there's a certain irony in that calling ship boring and repetitive when they were using the same talking points they've been using for moms to dismiss what he had to say but the other aspect of that would really be trade how untethered from reality of the fox news spin years where you know Adam ship if you meant even that you know Republicans like Lindsay Graham commending him for how forceful his presentation was even if we you know we do graphic really is going to go through a quick company and but you know over on fox news which again is the top rated cable network is being presented at some sort of on very dishonest spectacle in and you know again it was a powerful motive destruction because in some instances Sean Hannity is saying that video all the hearing is playing alongside of admin again kind of giving the illusion that he's actually commenting on what was happening instead of sort of operating a pre packaged talking points so yeah it was one of the starkest examples I think in recent memory of how divorced from reality fox users spend can be well the patent of course is that the Democrats tried repeatedly to get new evidence into the trial and Republicans repeatedly voted down as they did yesterday on the first long a session and then of course fox is tender and criticized as Democrats having known you limit so it is a great exercise in self fulfilling propaganda is in it should be mentioned it's not the fox news I mean this has been this is the standard talking point among the Senate Republicans you know there there is on my from seven or eight who have offered quotes reporters are gone on fox news and you know basically diminish the entire proceeding by saying well Democrats don't have any new evidence we haven't heard anything new you know kind of laying the groundwork he eventually it quick trump on the basis that there wasn't any new evidence thanks stop that was already you know the thing I regret it during the housing Greenough court thirty minutes and that senator John Kennedy from Louisiana you know in a in a moment the radical honesty at it that he was here until skip made his presentation yesterday he thought many of his colleagues were in the same boat but you know he's a Republican senators who are out there saying that there's no evidence that there for their unimpressed with you know what ship is telling them while rival continuously building at every turn to block the development of any new evidence or the compelling of any new testimony so you know you would hope that the senators took an oath to be impartial and you you know dole I've dropped it in a fair manner that they would do that but they would at least get all the facts on the table you know before making a decision but it doesn't that's the way things are headed now there still could be there will be more prone in terms of compelling the testimony of people like Mick Mulvaney in John Bolton and you know there does seem to be a modicum of interest the modern Republican senators in having those people testified that remains to be seen but to date the voting group that you were alluding to on Tuesday which would have been to compel more documents subpoenaed documents you state department and other agencies that are relevant to the inquiry every single one of those votes was voted down on a party line fifty three forty seven matters the Republican completely up to this point have stuck together in fox world in trump world as a whole lot of other picture right and just to be clear the very powerful and effective speech that Adam Schiff gave yesterday in any closing remarks no fox US so that no no nope that would that happened right around I'm on the east coast here well about quarter to ten that ship was wrapping things up which is during Hannity show and Hannity at the very beginning of his show they they sort of very brief snippet of the hearing at that moment in time and then handed the cut away from it almost immediately and the first words these bad weather will matter and you know he went into the usual monologue throwing and not only were you know at that stage not only we're viewers not able because he or you know actually see or hear the hearing but they're being told by Hannity that none of it mattered and of course that was similar to the band that was being used by Tucker Carlson and you know some of this is perhaps a kind of a thought for self propelling property because you know the fox news world encompasses not be worth it as you were mentioning any many Republican senators are on the regularly to get the information from there and so if you say that something doesn't matter enough times perhaps you can kind of will and in doing that if your son Hannity occur Carl than all but you know and and you mentioned the very kind of emotional towards the end case that ships made me edited by imploring senators to have the courage that people like you on a hill and the tenet colonel van being demonstrated by coming forward at risk to their careers and being willing to have to buy and your ship with imploring his colleagues you know not to necessarily vote to convict trump and remove him from office but merely to have a fair trial and you think that that is a major news event a third impeachment trial in the history of the country and that the closing remarks in the future manager and they want but if you're watching the clock you didn't see any of that well one of the things that I find extraordinary is did you know that sergeant of arms the first federal I had to take a separate us to be impartial the Senate this and then they had to sign the book swearing to be impartial and then as the proceedings were opened the sergeant of arms warned the Senate is that they had to remain silent they found their cell phones are being confiscated them to remain silent in the chamber throughout the entire proceedings under pain of imprisonment well on Tuesday Marsha Blackburn Republican senator from Tennessee she was actually on fox news during the Tuesday hearings and so she is not in prison what the hell happened yeah I'm I'm not I'm not entirely I'm not entirely certain what the facts running that I.

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"kate natalie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"kate natalie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hey well this is the Ben Shapiro show we got a lot coming up for you this hour some new polls showing that Joe Biden is still only but Elizabeth Warren is gaining on him drawing support from Bernie Sanders we'll get to that plus you'll get to Corey wind Askey having some quite a day in front of the house Judiciary Committee but we begin today with explaining the results of the Israeli election which is pretty confusing Israel had its second election in white eight months yesterday and then followed another election just a few months ago in which an impasse was created after Benjamin Netanyahu apparently had a majority block formed and a man in to the gore Lieberman who was his former defense minister and actually a former member of his own party we he took his party's Robitaille party and basically refused to form a coalition with Netanyahu so long as Netanyahu was in his words pandering toward the religious parties in Israel so there's several competing cross currents in Israeli politics you know in the United States abroad everybody tends to think that Israeli politics is mainly and centrally about how policy toward the Palestinian authority our policy toward Europe or policy toward the United States and that simply is not true in much the same way that policy in the United States in politics in the United States are largely not about foreign policy in the United States most of the stuff we think about his domestic policy in Israel most of the stuff that people think about is domestic policy specifically because there is a widespread consensus ever since the second intifada of two thousand two thousand one there's widespread consensus that there is no peace to be negotiated with a bunch of terrorists which of course is true and this is the dirty little secret of Israeli politics that the press seem to want to ignore that dirty little secret is that even if Benjamin Netanyahu does not end up as prime minister of Israel there is no world in which their bilateral negotiations with the Palestinian authority ending with a peace deal it's not a thing that's going to happen call of on the blue white party. in Israel which is led by a former IDF chief of staff named Benny dance okay who right now is that the Europeans are attempting to try him for war crimes or some such because if you ever served in the Israeli military the Europeans will try to try you for war crimes. any guns is not going to fundamentally shift Israeli foreign policy he may shift to domestic policy with regard to economic media has been missing out has been a a liberalizing prime minister in terms of trying to free the economy he's also worked hand in glove with a lot of the religious parties in this is another competing cross currents in Israel so they're a bunch of domestic competing cross currents in Israeli politics I mention one as he could is economic the foundations of the state of Israel our socialistic we go back to the foundation of the state of Israel it was founded on the socialist ideal people and then he would seem which were basically communs that fell apart Israel has been moving in a more capitalist direction ever since which is why it is one of the world's tech leaders now which is why they're a lot of companies that are based in Israel is leaps and bounds ahead of a lot of other countries on a per capita basis in terms of technological development and education that is because the liberalization of the economy but there is a significant any huge social welfare state in the state of Israel and that's been a source of tension in the state of Israel and then another major source of tension has been the religious verses the secular in Israel to the state was founded by secular sinus the people who believe that there needs to be a homeland for Jews to keep them safe but one particularly religious didn't have a lot of relationship with traditional Jewish religion and then there's a big block of people living in Israel who are very religious and there's all sorts of conflict over public laws like for example should the buses run on Shabbat should buses run on Sabbath the religious say no why we publicly funding buses to run on the Jewish day of rest and as a Jewish state and secular Israelis saying right to state for the Jews as a Jewish state where Jews are supposed to be safe but it is not a Jewish state in terms of ritual law case that's one area of conflict a smaller one a bigger one is whether the so called curry deem the the media com ultra orthodox basically it is a sack of Orthodox Judaism whether whether the car a team should serve in the military because the military is overwhelmingly secular a lot of the the the car ADM say they don't want to serve in the military and so they get some sort of religious exemption now on a personal level I'm not in favor of the really. just exemption on a personal level I believe is that if you if a secular Israeli is serving in the military than a religious Israeli should serve in the military everybody should serve in the military in Israel and there are things called Hester you should vote where there are a bunch more than I choose to serve in the military in Israel and that you become the model in Israel the sort of religious Zionist movement and that's a powerful movement in Israel but the conflict between the the more orthodox parties in the secular parties broke out into the open a couple of years ago the last couple of years. has been shipped Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition in Israel time two party system is a multi party system you have to have a bunch of parties that for majority and they'll have to get together and then they have to form a majority of the Knesset in order to govern. babies coalition has been formed with the help of the so called right wing parties as well as with the religious parties so that would be parties like he's roughly ten which is a secular but right wing party particularly when it comes to foreign policy as well as parties like shots were you TJ United Torah Judaism which are the religious parties and vote largely based on religious concerns and subsidies to religious communities and and all of that so you saw the team decided a bigger Lieberman has a real dislike for Bibi Netanyahu there's a significant personality clash between the two of them and that is partially because Netanyahu has a long history of basically Stein being the growth efforts of people within we could so one of the weird things about Israeli politics also is that a lot of the other parties in Israeli politics were started by people who are cast off from we could in other words people who wanted to succeed Netanyahu anything out what's making room for them because in in Israel very often the leadership of the party sort of moves on to make room for the up and comers so you have a bunch of people outside of Likud now outside of media whose party who started their own parties because Netanyahu was not really allowing them a path to the power. could I get a check Kate I'll check Kay is a a very and she's been noted in the for me because very attractive she also happens to be a brilliant lawyer she was justice minister under Benjamin Netanyahu and now she is the head of a different party and his they should they had other another right wing party that is also led by not tally Bennett who also used to be a member of the good I believe and any of any guns I believe also used to be a member of the Ku leading couple of on and you have the door Lieberman who used to be a member of the coop meeting is Robert Hager so BB has maintained power at the expense of kicking out or forcing out or convincing people to leave moving them out of we could and this is lead to an erosion in the size and umbrellas for status of the code but his lunch meeting at Yahoo being able to maintain power with this year is a coalition government so anyway a couple of years ago I'm eagerly Berman basically made it clear that he and Netanyahu were significantly at odds and he was not going to sit in a government that was led by Netanyahu okay so it looked as though Netanyahu might cut a deal with Lieberman and the deal is going to be that he was going to force the religious groups with which she was already in a coalition is gonna force those groups to do things they didn't want to do and he he might think about trying to push some of them into me more military service for cutting subsidies or any of that sort of stuff and Lieberman was pushing very hard for that Netanyahu said no and the government fell apart there's an election and and Lieberman was still the king maker if you don't even as a cover political player he was still looking maker because basically you had two blocks inside of Israeli politics you had we could and the right wing parties in the religious parties and then you had a blue and white which the media calling center left it really is not a center left party it's it's sort of a slightly to the left of Likud party. a center left party would have been in the old days labor but labor is no longer really even a player it's kind of amazing blue and white with the rest of the left and the Arab parties and twenty percent of Israel's population is Arab and Muslim which again goes to the the idea that that is an apartheid state the third largest party in the Knesset is a Muslim Arab party I DO joint list a cell that other block also had like fifty five seats and Lieberman was the king maker will be be had a coalition uniform with Lieberman but they couldn't cut a deal so be called elections this was the second round of the elections and the result in exactly the same situation there's a lot of talk about how exactly all of this ends up right it does it end up that Lieberman sides with the center left and the joint list does he sighed instead with Netanyahu and the and the religious parties and somehow find a way to bridge that gap or do they do a Lieberman wants to Lieberman once is he wants to be seen as the king maker in what they call unity government a unity government is where people from across the aisle come together and then they just want a broad coalition for purposes of governing and what he wants is for to hold the line which is ninety whose chief rivals to join a coalition government with its now whose Likud and Lieberman holding them together and that would be an extremely strong majority I because if you have blue and white homeland which has I think thirty two seats and you have a good which also has thirty two seats or thirty three and you add those yes fifty five and you have Lieberman on top of that you know sixty four you can add in. you can add in another bunch of seeds from probably the the right wing ideology Kate Natalie Bennett party the end of a probably well over seventy seats maybe you need to get now the problem of the unity government is kind of fragile right because people don't get along so well right now they don't have a lot of shared political priorities so again three options on the table Lieberman joins the center left and the Arab party. to create a majority coalition that's not going to happen the media are invested in the idea that's going to happen it's not going to happen he Lieberman is not joining a coalition with the Muslim Arab party joint list in Israel the reason being members of that party the parties that form that joint it's called the joint list because it used to be a bunch of smaller parties all join together to create a joint list right those parties who openly in the past called for the destruction of the state of Israel we were me as a hawk on security it would be like John Bolton joining a coalition with they'll hang on Mar it's not going to happen the door Lieberman is not joining majority coalition.

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"kate natalie" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

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