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"kherson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:37 min | Last week

"kherson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Uh, rant about Joe Manchin earlier the program? Yeah. And you mentioned that he you know 99 time or whatever votes with democrats, not 99% to me like you were defending him. And I was calling to tell you Yeah. There is no defense for Senator Joe Manchin and I My mind you that his predecessor was Robert Byrd. Who was a good Democrat, Robert Byrd was also a grand wizard, senators anything against going into Iraq. And Robert Byrd kept, uh, framed left in his office. He called him the brave 21, however, many of them Stand. Uh, so don't tell me nothing good about romance, and he is owned and operated by the coal company. Well, he knows what we need to know. Yeah, he owns one and he doesn't want his taxes raised. You know, I get that what I'm saying is that If, and I think that there is some concern about this. You have Mitch McConnell out here, saying that every single day he is praying for the success of Joe Manchin and Kherson Cinema. You have these two people being courted on a daily basis by people from the hard right and from the Republican Party. They are really trying to get this guy to flip and and Kirsten cinema as well. And if that happens, it would be a disaster. It is important to recognize that in many ways, including his most important vote, the first vote has taken everything. Every two years, which is for who is going to be the leader of the Senate that the Joe Manchin is voting for a Democrat. So you have a Democratic Senate majority leader. Um You know? But that anyway, nine point of my story is the remedy to chill mansions. You know, being on better call companies and voting against the interests of its own constituents for Joe Biden to become ill, BJ. And he needs to fly it. I had take notes. It's called I think by need to slam mentions me into Mansions from the back. Are, you know, you know yourself and the mansions and neck? Yeah, as mentioned is on his knees. Biden can simply say you'll get not one cent from the DNC. And laughed. You do this? Yeah. I don't know exactly how it needs to be said they're not bite. My last night was LBJ would have added Several colours for words. Yeah, I get what you're saying. Mary Ann. This is the good news is that over the weekend it was leaked out of Chuck Schumer's office. Apparently that Schumer got a phone call from Joe Manchin from Excuse me from President Joe Biden. Saying, I am ready to start talking to the Democrats who don't want to hand the filibuster. And I see that as good news. And yes, I would like to see a little more LBJ out of him, and I think we're starting to Uh, is it Tanya and Boone, North Carolina. There's an F in front.

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"kherson" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"kherson" Discussed on The Young Turks

"They have nothing to fear if they stick together and withhold their votes and actually deliver for their constituents in the american people. The only people who should be scared are clowns like senator mansion and kherson cinema but progressives actually fight on behalf of the american people and it's abundantly clear that they're fighting to ensure that we're doing something about climate change to ensure that we're doing something to compensate people who take care of elderly family members. That's work. They deserve compensation for that if they fight for communities that have been neglected. That's your best shot at making your case for why. The democratic party is better than the republican party. Give people what they want. They tell you what they wanted the polls many of these progressive lawmakers don't take massive campaign donations from corporations. They don't take money from super pacs and that should liberate them. Flex your power flex your muscle. Why wouldn't you. What's the whole point of being in congress in the first place to go live in. Dc for six months out of the year. That sounds awful wants to do that. No one so do your jobs. And i'm not trying to be aggressive or negative toward them right now. It seems like they have the right idea. The question is will they execute it and if they do. I promise you it'll work out. Well they'll get negative press coverage. I'm sure they'll get pushed back from the democratic establishment and democratic leadership who cares these are people who are incredibly unpopular because they don't.

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"kherson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"kherson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Just as green what was becoming a destination for people all over the country. Mostly black, but also white folks who were curious about the music scene, the food or looking for the best mechanic in town. Greenwood before the massacre was a black community on the rise. That's how I would describe it. My name is Victor Leu Kherson. I'm a journalist and author. I'm living in Tulsa. We're going to book about Black Wall Street. So what have you learned? How would you describe Greenwood? What was it like? They're the story agreeing with it so complex, And there's some most tragedy and trauma as part of it, but also so much inspiration. You saw all kinds of different businesses from Barberry shops to beauty salons, doctor's offices, thinness offices, Some other men opened his printing press with a loan from a local businessman. There's no facility was worth more than $40,000, a pretty big accomplishment for the son of a coal miner. The Tulsa star reported on the life of Greenwood and was a key booster in the community whenever a shiny new brick building went up. Madam, I would run a formal announcement. He also printed ads from all the new and thriving businesses make has been studying maps and going deep into the archives of the star. So it was guys going to fun to see those sort of more upscale business is like a croquet garden or oh,.

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"kherson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"kherson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Values. The idea that the United States is inherently and systemically racist has divided Americans Costa coat Much more prevalent within the Democratic Party. It is split some Republicans as well. Peter Kherson, now is an outspoken black conservative. Serving his 3rd 6 year term is a member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Peter Discuss this topic with Salem. Most Bob Friends on AM 14 20 the answer out of Cleveland. Systemic racism. The Indians did a little thing They didn't kneel during the national anthem. What they're doing is kneeling before the national anthem holding Ah, long black ribbon, which is a tribute to black lives matter and a call to end racism and, of course, Those two things can't really coexist. Black lives matter exists as a racist organization looking to perpetuate the divide between the races. So so let's talk about systemic racism and what it really means. Because again, this is what you wrote about. The first piece last week that you wrote about so glad to be able to read this. The systemic racism, Kenard Let's address that from its its title. What is systemic about do Are there Racists in America? Sure, they're racist all around the world and they come in all colors, by the way, But what is it in this united? These United States? That makes it systemic in the minds of those who believe it, Pete. Well, I cannot speak for I would get into the minds of those who believe it other than just being constantly peppered with it constantly systemic racism, institutional racism. But what are they saying? It isthe saying is systemic alone. What they're saying is that these systems in place where whether it's the criminal justice system, the educational system our song viewed with racism, they are structured in a way that favors whites just favors black. And to a lesser extent, Hispanics. They never talk about Asians, of course, but the manner in which it structured its systems tests that may be set up in terms of entry tests or promotional tests, or the things that allow you to advance in a particular institution through a certain system are skewed or biased against blacks. He and profound ways that includes the criminal justice system. Also, so almost everything employment, criminal justice schools are in neatly biased to the disadvantage of blacks and The argument is or at least I'm not sure that you hear 20 people overtly arguing this except for for example, some of the individuals who promote the 16 19 project which is one of the greatest scams ever perpetrated, but for the most dangerous skins ever perpetrated on the American people, But The idea is that America is indelibly stained with racism that the systems are so skewed the blacks cannot advance are always at a disadvantage. And, as you indicated, it is pretty clear that there are Racists in a country of 330 million. They're white waste this black races, Hispanic races through all kinds of Racists. There's no evidence that one group is more racist than another. Although there's some polling data that suggests that you know there are There are certain elements that are more racist than others. But nonetheless, the idea of systemic an over arching type of racism is completely and utterly false and has been for quite some time there. Wass systemic racism. In the United States pretty severe and entrenched, invidious systemic racism for a significant portion of our history, But over the last 50 to 60 years, that's not in the case. And as I say in the peace if you just are take a fair look at the evidence there is systemic racism. And I go into the reasons for it. But it goes in a direction opposite of that contended by those who are constantly intoning systemic or institutional racism by that, I mean over the last 50 or 60 years, and I just give you a couple of examples. And I think everybody knows this is a scene that piece. I think everybody knows this, and everyone understands that the idea of systemic racism Against blacks in the main 99% of it is a complete and utter lie, not just a falsehood alive because people know it's a lie they can see with their own eyes. How the two large extent the left has taken any disparity and outcome equated that with racism, but you can't see what's happening here. Look at our educational institutions in almost every educational setting, but definitely I had to the collegiate setting. Blacks are significantly favored in terms of admissions and also once in the kind of expectations over there, White.

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"kherson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"kherson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And systemically racist has divided Americans coast to coast. Much more prevalent within the Democratic Party. It is put some Republicans as well. Peter Kherson, now is an outspoken black conservative. Serving his 3rd 6 year term is a member of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Peter Discuss this topic with Salem, Most Bob Friends on AM 14 20 The answer out of Cleveland, Systemic racism. The Indians did a little thing. They didn't kneel during the national anthem. What they're doing is kneeling before the national anthem holding Ah, long black ribbon, which is a tribute to black lives matter, and it call to end racism and, of course, Those two things can't really coexist. Black lives matter exists as a racist organization looking to perpetuate the divide between the races. So so let's talk about systemic racism and what it really means. Because again, this is what you wrote about. The first piece last week that you wrote about was so glad to be able to read this. The systemic racism, Kenard Let's address that from its its title. What is systemic about do Are there Racists in America? Sure, they're racist all around the world and they come in all colors, by the way, But what is it in this united? These United States? That makes it systemic in the minds of those who believe it, Pete. Well, I cannot speak for I would get into the minds of those who believe it other than just being constantly peppered with it constantly. Systemic racism, institutional racism. But what are they saying? It isthe sayinyou systemic about what they're saying, is that these systems in place where it's the criminal justice system, the educational system are so imbued with racism. They are structured in a way that favors whites disfavor. Blacks and, to a lesser extent, Hispanics. They never talk about Asians, of course, but the manner in which it structured its systems tests that may be set up in terms of entry tests or promotional tests, or the things that allow you to advance in a particular institution through certain system are skewed or biased against blacks. In profound ways that includes the criminal justice system also saw almost everything. Employment, criminal justice schools are in neatly. Biased to the disadvantage of blacks. And the argument is or at least I'm not sure that you hear too many people overtly arguing this except for for example, some of the individuals who promote the 16 19 project which is one of the greatest scams ever perpetrated, but for the most dangerous scans ever perpetrated on the American people, But The idea is that America is indelibly stained with racism that the systems are so skewed that blacks cannot advance are always at a disadvantage. And, as you indicated, it is pretty clear that there are Racists in a country of 330 million. They're white wastes of black races. Hispanic race to throw all kinds of Racists. There's no evidence that one group is more racist than another, although there's some polling data that suggests that, you know There are certain elements that are more racist than others. But nonetheless, the idea of systemic and over arching type of racism is completely and utterly false and has been for quite some time there. Wass systemic racism. In the United States pretty severe and entrenched, invidious systemic racism for a significant portion of our history. But over the last 50 to 60 years that's not in the case. And as I say in the peace if you just are take a fair look at the evidence. There is systemic racism, and I go into the reasons for it. But it goes in a direction opposite of that contended by those who are constantly intoning systemic or institutional racism by that, I mean over the last 50 or 60 years, and I just give you a couple of examples, and I think everybody knows this. Peace. I think everybody knows this. And everyone understands that the idea of systemic racism against blacks in the main 99% of it is a complete and utter lie, not just a falsehood alive because people know it's a lie they can see with their own eyes. How the two large extent the left has taken any disparity and outcome and equated that with racism. But you can see what's happening here. Look at our educational institutions in almost every educational setting. But definitely at to the collegiate setting. Blacks are significantly favored in terms of admissions and also once in the kind of expectations over there, White An Asian comparative coming up. What was really enabled us to survive was a nuclear family and Christian. Are you a look at black American life from 100 years ago when the town all revue continues with you it in a moment..

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"kherson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"General that we're prepared to to send those referrals over and brief him if he wishes to be brief we think they're they're pretty clear you sad scared pathetic, powerless, little man. Yeah. This is the story. Devin Nunes has very little power since Democrats took back the house, and he fell from the chairmanship intelligence still still trying to use his office to push right wing narratives about intelligence national security. Yeah. So he sending the criminal referrals, including for people. He alleges lied to congress and to the courts, this has already been debunked that the FIS judges were lied to. Okay. He's always also sending what he calls a global leak referral Lang. But did not name an individual person. These refers our requests for a criminal investigation from the Justice department and the FBI he okay. So he has lawsuit against the cow. Also, McClatchy and now, this is okay. Asking for the investigators to be investigated, the Callan the be yes. Okay. Got it one more. Here we go. We're prepared to make those eight referrals this week. So the two on conspiracy the one on global leaks and then five that are more specific online leaking misleading congress global the global league saying when he talks about the sexy podcast. Yeah. Thanks, john. Bell captain leaky McClay Kherson oblique town. Yeah..

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"kherson" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Well, what do you wanna share? Yes. I just wanted to talk. I'm actually a millennial. And I'm not a tendency socialism, one of the things I believe in brunch Lee is market capitalism. And we have had in the country for a long time. We've had a sort of corporate sort of undertone within our impair society, we pent massive government funding and intrusion on our marketplace's one of the things people always fight is how we need something like Medicare for all or nationalized healthcare system yet. If you look at it, there's one sector in healthcare that has not had insurance or government intervention that is Lisa surgery. If you look at that, you can see prices have gone down to a four zero levels in the past several years. Also, I'd like to suggest that people before inscribing the ideal of socialism these books like economics in one lesson by Henry has and basic economics coming so they have been incredible resources the foundation for economic. Location also been resourceful. A lot of young people trying to gain knowledge in the subject and one thing I wanna to say quickly about Norway while allow things are very positive about the country a lot it's not gonna critic socialist it's supposed to democracy, and the things that they have there that nobody talks about an a very kind of set up a little and talk about these things are they have no federal minimum wage laws. They have they head a lower tax rate up until points on scene, but compared to us. Yeah. And they have an him a double digit of value-added tax something that a lot of people on the left, call regressive. Article today, we have no national will Mike thank you for your call. So a lot there. So buskers Kherson Kyle let me turn back to us of first of all let's start the beginning where we're Mike started in that, you know, he's he says he's a millennial who believes essentially I'm paraphrasing here that he thinks that that to this day free market capitalism is kind of the. Superior way to officially allocate resources across the society. What do you think about that? First of all, I think there's no doubt. And social never argued that capitalism isn't a incredibly dynamic force. The question is what happens in capitalism is unrivalled in unconstrained by the democratic impulses of working people through unions and through political parties. So I think the example in Norway that he gave is actually very telling in Norway. There's no minimum wage. There's something better. There's a collective bargaining agreement that basically stands to every sector created by very powerful trade union, confederation, the forces employers and also the state to pay Norwegian workers a wage that by American standards is just absolutely ridiculous. And it's still ended Abel's. The functioning of estate were no matter who you are Norway. You're able to have access to great housing. Great edge. -cation you're able to go on vacation you're able to take leave? There's been tremendous efforts to fight against things like gender inequality just through this collective power and a came from unions, and it came from these institutions that so many libertarians and others wanna see destroyed. I think the example that he used as far as healthcare is also very telling to he named a very specialized a surgical procedure Lasix in. Yeah. And not the outcomes that come from nationally guaranteed healthcare in America would be Medicare for all. And which would be better preventative care.

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"kherson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They can't wipe the slate and and just spend money so getting and then you know, pairing him with porzingas now they may have to drop in another draft pick. So that's the other part is they've already lost their number one in the trae young dodge traits. It sounds like until this trade calls done. They may have to give the Knicks and other pick from somebody that they acquire and or a future picks. So the the picks may not be done. But this is this is where you have an in basketball as opposed to baseball everyone's playing by the same rules, cap wise, draft, pick wise and that stuff, and so there's a financial component to this nixed. Al trait that makes a lot of sense for both teams, and I really commend both front offices. This is a. Suhel of a good trade for the Knicks. The Lakers and the Mavericks the future is what is exciting for them for your Golden State Warriors Padres going to meet with Jason Garrett. Rodney multiple you come up with that on your own. Is that one of our brilliant, baby? Brooks a university student body coming through once again nice job. Nice job on the text line at any way. Kmby are for your Golden State Warriors. The present is the best time tough cover for DeMarcus cousins coming up tonight. Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia seventy Sixers we'll get into that game. Which promises has the makings of a fun fun evening over at oracle and blow the whistle as well. A flimsy excuse to play too shorts. Great anthem, great club banger blow, the whistle. A flimsy excuse to do that. Based on the officials are tonight in their whistle blowing tendencies don't forget new episode. A friend of the show podcast for I talked to stand up comedians about their sports fan amid is up under the podcast habit. Kmby are dot com. Click on that hit Brooks casts, and you will see it. Big J O Kherson. My latest conversation guest. And it was a lot of fun. Check it out. Enjoy. All right. It's the Fitz and Brooks show on kmby are six eighty the sports leader in.

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"kherson" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Jim gaffe, again, big J O Kherson, Gary Goldman, Chris read Michelle wolf site. The sounds rich Voss is hosting and yours to oh freckles all fucking freckles with his headphones, not the headphones. It's the God damn Jack buck and Jack Bom Bom bone. Sorry, anyways. So this week. I got to do this enter the Skype interview with this coffee company. All right and a fucking hate. I hate Skype. Fucking eighty escapes. Another one of those fucking things on your computer that once you downloaded every time you turn your computer on it fucking sticks. It's fucking God. Damned face out there. It's like, hey, did I click on you? Did I click on you? I got this other thing, right? I got I got this. External hard drive thing. I used it one time every time I shut down my computer and turn it back on again. It's like that fucking. You know that person at the party when you just sit there like who invited this guy. That's what all of those apps alike. You know, we need to make sure every time they turn on your computer that this comes on. And we've remind minutes on your computer. It makes me want to do is eventually grabbed that icon or whatever. The fuck you call it and drag it over the trash can and my favorite thing ever is when you hit the league trash that little poof poof adjust. You know, when you like, wouldn't it be great? It'd be could do that to the the part. Just fucking big paper machine. Aero you put it on them. And you poke them in his belly he giggles, and then he just he just disappears, and you can get back to the cool conversation. You will haven't or maybe you were just sitting there and join yourself in the corner, and he decided that he was going to be you know, I'm social guy. I'm just gonna come up and say Hello rather than seeing that somebody clearly is over in the corner, not wanting to talk to anybody. I'm gonna go over there and go fuck and talk to them. You know what I mean? I don't know. I mean, maybe that's just a fucking white thing. The way we fuck and walk up to wild animals and shit. Maybe we should starts at the party by going over to the person in the corner who clearly has some sort of fucking issues clearly not personally want to steer clear of you got to walk up you walk up you say Hello. And because of the rules of society over there. This guy doesn't rip you fuck and head off. And then you just oh, I think maybe I'll apply the same annoying behaviour. I use it a party into the wild. Maybe I'll do that. Hey, polar bear, I'm gonna come on and being open fucking spirit. The amount of follow that discovers sharks on Instagram the amount of fucking morons that are so into sharks the trying to prove how not dangerous they are. And they're fucking jumping in the water with them. It's like he didn't he didn't watch the crocodile hunter. That's what the fuck. He did do you think, you know, nature better than that guy? To the way that guy got killed. That was like a great episode of the wire, you just didn't see it coming. You know, what I mean all those years fucking with those ridiculously ridiculously poisoned, snakes, snakes fucking Australia that could take out a small country with one bite the entire fucking population. And this guy's going over there with his fucking booty shorts on with aerobic socks. Fucking with these things you think in one of these days this guy's going to get bit. And it's shapely tan. Cavs right nap. All right. Maybe it's going to be. I don't know. What else did he fuck with some sort of fucking wild boar? That's what you thought was going to get them. Certainly a fuck and crocodile. You know, you thought that would get him in one ended of fucking getting goddamn Stingray. Never saw that. Come. And that was just like the wire what's his face? God I forgot I Kana fucking guy used to rob the drug deals. I'm not going to ruin much..

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"kherson" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Percent bonus. Once LS twenty promo code at the dot com is a website. All right, let's get back into it. Oh, well, the machine gun, Kelly thing, I haven't finished man. Oh, man. We didn't finish. I think Eminem won the hill. We never finished up. We never looked true. All right. What's about though? I don't know what was ten bucks something about signing. So you have to wear. You have to wear a sign full that it says, Louis j Gomez is my God. You got it. And what do I gotta wear that same shirt looser. You're always my God? Yeah, but in my size, triple x. We'll get that real one yet is buddy. Yes. Photoshop, he's Chinese. There's so much sinus Lewis. I gotta say, you lost This. this. Article Lewis. You didn't even lose anything. No, I think those aren't real. I think those are. Photo shops, enough photo shops. They did. I know it's a marketing ploy with the blues off off the blue, they actually changed it. So you understand the thousands and thousands of dollars. I know. I thought it was crazy that they change the sign hill change off the blue is on the b because they want you to focus burger thing. Louis? Why is it that you think that a multimillion dollar ad marketing campaign is something they do, but just flipping the p up to be something that would. They don't even need to fucking get a b. it's going to turn it over our go. Louis, all you have to do is where shirt that says, you're awesome in Jay's size. To get all that material. Do you know if a frown goes upside down? It's a smile. As imitate, you disrespected. A new year. The best part about the cheered for you fight. Valiantly lost that one. Now who did m. k. machine gun Kelly MGK is video guy and Michigan MGK when his people beat up, dude whites. I don't know. I think it was winning people. Crew is she stops actor who called him a with the p. But what you have. So this guy talks about actually, that's going. But it's. This guy actually end this this guy at the end is the ultimate piece of shit like he's wrong, and every possible way play. This is after getting beat up white, LeBron James, it's actually Anthony's brother. Sake has. It has to be said, pussy, your pussy for families. You're, you're pushing. Videotape people. This guy sucks. Keeps this re. They loop it, but like I want to show us. That's what he did here, but he'd go to guy, but all the should afterward. He talks about, like, all I did was go tell my opinion. Gabriel g guide Rodriguez this jerk off the guy who got beat up by machine. I think that your next flight, if Lewis with better kicks kicks. Dan. Lance kicks on, you punch. So you really wanna get machine gun Kelly in the octagon. Don't you. He's even do share them Louis. Yeah. Your boy ties is it actually as a strategy here, I don't know if this is the best way to encourage machine gun Kelly it again, the octopus, right? You wanna show you kinda lame example. I got. I what I did. I balanced out with this about the thanks courtesy of nine rounds. Look what I got. These are paying gloves. I don't get. So like. Big AO Kherson. Pink. Before I took this video, I felt the man. Then I read my hand pink gloves. Almost feels like this is turned into a sport for you..

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"kherson" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Hi, everybody is amber here, and I am doing a special interview with boss Kherson Kara, the editor and publisher of Jakobsen magazine. We're talking about an article he wrote for the guardian entitled, what's your solution to sexism and racism? Mine is unions are so boss ker. Can you man splaine to us exactly why unions are so good at fighting sexism and racism will just simply because unions are built on the idea that workers can't bargain individually. So for example, for that guardian piece, I was able to tell my editor, I don't really want to write this. You know, I'll do it for a little bit more money. You know, that's not something that your average worker on the shop floor can do because I'm a proud member of the professional class. Now I'm move on up at the Piazza for now. Exactly. Yep. Dress like I'm young college Republican, but you know, whereas an average worker on assembly line or even a nurse or what I can't do that because their boss will say, no, we'll just find someone else and the machines are doing most of the work. Anyway, that's the nature of unskilled labor. And even a lot of working class jobs in are are scaled, are are replaceable. So workers have to band together and bargain collectively, and in that process of aggregating together. All these different workers. The workers at are more skilled and more privileged in the workers who are less skilled than less less privilege. Together, they're gonna be able to set standards of pay intrigue and whatnot on the basis of equal pay for equal work. So the individual workers themselves could hold all sorts of racist views. They could be misogynous in their own home. They kid, you know, hold any sort of idea, but in the process of collective bargaining, most unions actually yield anti-racist outcomes and other progressive outcomes just by nature of of collective bargaining and people respond to this piece was all about how well, you know, I know some union workers in their racist and unions have been racist, but cited empirical data says, this is the actual outcome. And that might be true of unions, and they might have started doing this up reluctantly. But in the end, they've served to level the playing field within the working class not just to get more for the working class. You draw a distinction though, and this is kind of the elephant in the room between consciousness raising model of anti-racism. Awesome. And Kana mystic model anti-racism you lightly criticized China, easy coats who wrote a very long book that I think everyone is lying about having read who believes that kind of racism is like a like an a historical, like there's like a racist gene white people, and that it's just never going to go away. Do you find that a particularly productive theory? I think it's kind of insulting because if you think about like the battle of tours or whatever that battle was like, Charlemagne lost. You know if Charlemagne would have lost that battle, I think we would have been living and like I'm more enlightened era. We might be ready on Mars. Might already have socialism because you know the Arabs and they're more advanced science and mathematics or whatnot would have controlled Europe. And you know, you probably would have some sort of like Brown supremacy on the on the plan. So other words, I that it was just I think it's an accident of history capitalism happen to arise in western Europe and some soggy fields in England because of an accident of history. So so I think there's this bizarre fixation. Well, I wouldn't say it's bizarre. When I read coats work at its best. It's descriptive in its describing real oppression and whatnot. I think my problem with him when he I seems to. Miss the actual solution to these problems. The solution to a lot of it. I think there's a tendency reminds the Israel Palestine debate where people are like liberal. They're lying for years was, oh, it's so complex. We have no idea how to solve this is two sides or whatnot. You know, it's not that complex. If you gave us state power and the actual mobilize forces to push through reforms, we could get rid of the vast majority of racist outcomes on Twitter arrested. Eighty percent. People got mad at me. I think that was actually low balling it..

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"kherson" Discussed on Hi Haters

Hi Haters

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on Hi Haters

"It's not been like, okay, everybody's clear, you can go home and then if it starts sprinkling and your face gets wet. Again, reactivates the oil. You could be standing in like a target parking lot like. Mollifying. Holy shit. Yeah. Yeah, right. Six months to do that every six months, six months, best military in the world. There's a reason. You're doing this so you don't forget what it feels like. You don't forget like gone. I'm good. I still remember last year. Yeah. Yeah. You guys are well out and you're like, no, I don't need to do that again. That's the reason why I don't pay my nuts with a straight razor anymore. It grows back. It's really painful. So yes, sheer at down really close. You don't need us Ray rates from the hedges. Just get close. It's a putting green. It's not a fucking on the basketball court. Right, right. Exactly. Some of us for a longer. Yeah, keep it a little looser. Hip. Jay, my co host on bonfire. Yeah, he's the best. He would love to the fact the have a Bush. Yeah, like loves pitches like he watches porn. He'll seek it out that the women have like this thing full bushes. Yeah, big j. o. Kherson by the way you're on channel ninety five Sirius XM the bonfire big j o Kherson who's also incredibly funny. I went to his comedy central special taping was really, really good Webster hall Webster hall. He was great. He was super good and also. So I used to do stand up around New York, very terrible. Like bar basement, never made it. Tonight at ten thirty is said to him. I was like Dan Soder a long time ago. I didn't open mic where it was like a shit hole and then it was like, oh, and Dan sodas doing it too, and you were like crushed. And the rest of us were like, oh, no, this is going to be awful because you came in did awesome, and then you dip down. We're all like, so Hanes, all of our shit compared to yours is like, but I didn't realize that like, sorry, keep cutting you off at that point. It was twenty fifteen and like you were in the movie trainwreck that year and like doing all this cool stuff. And we were all like, what's he doing here? Reminds me that like you still have to keep at it no matter how well you're doing what you're doing like you always have to keep one of the first ever did in New York City..

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"kherson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What about you? I mean, did you have any side careers side hustles before football that maybe you look back on you like, man, I can't believe I did that. No. Like football was all consuming. It was. Yeah, that that was my all of my hustles must side hustle. My my main hustle. It definitely. I didn't have any other. I'd other things that I was interested in doing. But football was the thing. It became kind of like a fulltime job or not a fulltime job, but it became a job in, I guess, like sophomore junior year in high school when it was all right. Well, I need to get a scholarship, so I need to really focus on this. But yeah, I'm not. I'm not that funny. I couldn't do stand up. You are that funny, but you're a reaction it like you your responses to stuff like that's that's what makes stand up comedy in Saint, like you're going up there. You know, the audience may like it may not like it could interrupt, but like you have to generate the content like there's a guy, big j o Kherson is one of my favorite comedians and he, he just put out an album. That is all crowd work. And that to me is terrifying, but he gets up there and just controls the conversation, controls the pace, and he put out a whole album of it and it's hilarious in like, that's that's how I knew. I was over my over my skis like there's so many people at ESPN opposite. I have a long way to go to get on there. Leveler track down or whatever it is in like, but I will not accept to that. I'm not accepted that we, we need the remake you into a more Jalen Ramsey s there. Yeah, get outta here because you're not the, I don't believe that you actually believe that believe that you are giving us the ESPN radio version of cokes coachspeak. This is sports right now? No, I didn't radio Randy. No, but I what I was going to say before I was I was verbally jumped was. For trying to help more verbally initiate it? No, as I is, I do like I feel confident enough to be able to host a show with. I've done a show with like John Anderson or Bucci grocer some some guys who've been here a lot longer than I have in our smoother at it than I am and like, but I still felt like I belonged enough to do that. So you know, like, but with comedy, man, it was. I was like, I was so out of by element with guys who are even just local. And I say, just but like local Tampa guys guys who probably were never and will never blow up, but we're still so good. And so adaptable and versatile, and able to handle anything like that's in there doing it for twenty bucks a night. Like it's not. You know what I mean? Like talk about love of the game. I guess like that's that's what these guys were doing it for. Obviously hoping they will blow up, but they were so much better is the sportscenter anchor that's been here for a while that you're better than name names?.

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"kherson" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Joanie to two less than fitting back to just likes to cleaned up to them nobody cares but the takeaway kherson wise blood but hey a her say things worth more singing impact you to get my decided to spam mccain loses in the misty exchange.

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"kherson" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Yeah i was i also babysat geo this weekend and then we bought it and then after we bought it we were like oh this isn't are amazon account i oh how many lips but anyway we watched all eighteen alison watch eighteen she knows everything she's entirely prepped for the infinity war tomorrow countries the world's best girlfriend well anyway that was my whole thing that was longer than two minutes about yours is going to be longer than two minutes now but you told me i got you got two minutes either edited the two minutes okay go kherson okay i appreciate your passion thank you let's talk about this let's talk about it in whatever order you want thakin golden state killer here it is was caught this morning yesterday caught morning like actually caught literally like after like over forty years of waiting for him to get caught captured what episode did we talk about him on fortyeight if you would like to travel back to forty eight where we did not know the future we did not and i said he probably won't ever get caught ten now air it is bananas so weird because i have been so i've been reading michelle mcnamara's book i'll be gone in the dark who's patent oswald's wife i mentioned it briefly on arp side but i wasn't really like fully in it yet so i didn't really understand like the impact of that book but so her book she passed away before it was published so then it was posthumously published by her friends in patent oswal and some researchers and i had started reading it and i was about a third of the way through and i was reading it one night and i fell asleep i woke up the next morning literally like six hours after i put the book down and he was fucking caught and it was the most like surreal in what's just in case people don't know what's the book about.

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Deutsche Bank's new CEO plans investment banking review

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Deutsche Bank's new CEO plans investment banking review

"Then with the deutsche bank story i was just breaking if you lines earlier deutchebanks supervisory board has named a new ceo to replace john cryan amid a wide overhaul of senior management co deputy co kherson saving doce lifer who currently heads the banks private and commercial arms will take over immediately as part of this reorganization goth richie is promoted to sold head of the securities unit and will become deputy co europe's largest investment bank has seen three top leadership appointments in six years amid pressure from investors to improve profitability let me also bring you up to date with another corporate story that we're watching for you some breaking lines across the bloomberg terminal in just the last twenty minutes novartis has agreed to acquire a vexes inc for eight point seven billion dollars to expand its position in gene therapy swissbased novartis is buying a vexes a bannockburn illinois general gene therapy company for twenty one to two hundred and eighteen dollars a share which represents a premium of eighty eight percent to the company's closing price on friday this transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of both companies we're hearing this morning.

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"kherson" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Were too you know sand open single dukhan all itokin uh to the merchants and who joins us through the converts in in the back row and forward to the merchants don't be so must got in a real life if you're going to display from any currency and the reciprocal visits receive been you know hong kong all uh in taiwan tulu singapore i'm looking and your website right now and you have a demo for this project you have this idea of a decentralised exchange uh swapping tokens erc twenty payment systems mobile apps i don't see anything there when will this be released and when people start asking their hands on this product reorded deploy how platform on their own state was not on we deployed late to wish ago gotta you can was show to rob stand up tibert under a network try it out likulia's kherson by the way for the listeners and we are going to launch i'll i'll knock long under minute probably late you know within awake we on me open two other people who spent that eu now to conceal on which means in a wheel will only going to work with properly 40000 he was us uh in this in a bid to launch in a gradually open to pump lake all you know other pupil if they request you know to try accord up uh in a pro who is a slate open up lateral to everyone who though also have everything the desktop to sites the mobile app everything be lost in here right so i went out for the mobile opt right uh what we are doing is three he'd be punished although popular providers so that they can integrate khyber exchange function in their wallet so they're they're users there was you know a train from their existing bullets don't have they took a new app an norbu or the chance for you to from is this thing were led to a new will it.

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"kherson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"kherson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Who is to say and so with frank in as we reported in real time he's a she was that he was a continuous strip of revelations coming for it wasn't just one or two would be seven or eight and by the eighth time people said enough enough but why was at the time should have been the 10th tribune the trough where is the actual russia rush is due process is it voters weighing in is your colleagues weighing in is the ethics committee weighing in crude more and more have stepped data was the voters the judicial body allowed to decide on whether his altered his issues were two problematic these are all incredibly difficult questions to answer and there is really no mechanism that currently exist in the united states ends in congress or honestly r y byd they they can give him due process and they can give republicans are the few process and they can say who is your accuser what is your accuser saying that you have done yet let's investigate that white is how does this stack up and even if they at the end of the day decide to censure or expel are just leave it to the voters of minnesota or alabama or canvasses or whatever state that's actually the best thing to do it's called due process we have for a reason but we reasoning get swept aside with al franken alabama there's no question about it there's no question about they have done it if the governor of minnesota was a republican already on a six that the governor had been a been republican minnesota alfredo get we're still would have been there i mean we should say kherson jail around was asked yesterday she still comfortable with her decision to call for his resignation this is a small group of people who have said well maybe ought to come back but it's it's so cleared so cynical it's right in front of you is mike said pickup pass worry more so that.

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