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Social Media Site Gab Is Surging, Even As Critics Blame It For Capitol Violence
"The amount of election-related disinformation online has dropped dramatically at after several media platforms band president trump. Almost two weeks ago. Facebook twitter pinterest instagram spotify twitch suspended trump and several of his allies on january eighth two days after the deadly insurrection at the capitol and since then misinformation on those savings as plummeted by more than seventy percent. This according to the research firm signal labs dr thompson staff writer at the atlantic joins us from washington as he does every monday and derek. This should not be surprising. Studied by cornell in october showed that globally around the world. President trump was the largest driver of false information about the coronavirus. Still your thoughts on this ban. Reducing disinformation by seventy percent. I think it's pretty straightforward Donald trump is the former in chief. He has been missing former chief for all four years of his presidency. He has tens of millions of followers. So anyone else who was similarly dishonest or similarly disinterested in truth Gonna reach nearly as many people because they don't have tens of millions of followers on twitter and so of course banning him from the site is absolutely reduced this information. It's it's made it harder for him to put stuff into the public waterways of of information and it's been hard to re tweet him or to jump on conspiracy theories and then embellish them as as we have seen so often on twitter on facebook across social media so it's not surprising at all and this is i think exactly what a lot of social media critics have then predicting for years. They've said if you directly. Take on the leading mongers of disinformation. You're gonna be able to erase it from the site. Yeah okay but quite couple questions. Zig no found that twitter mentions election fraud. Went from two point. Five million to just over six hundred and eighty thousand it reports that hashtags related to the insurrection at the capitol dropped a core across platforms by about ninety five percent. Twitter by the way also banned seventy thousand accounts affiliated with ridiculous and baseless cunanan on conspiracy theory so first question given how immediate the impact was. It doesn't show that these platforms could have done this sooner. I think this is tough. So social media has in the last decade banning. What i acquainted with the wild west in terms of its regulation they haven't exactly applied laws evenly. They don't necessarily even have laws. The kind of regulation that you need to apply across social media platforms facebook twitter etc doesn't exist at the federal level yet and as a result there was a little bit of a lese sayre anything goes sort of feel like and if you've ever seen a television show removing about the wild west in the middle of late nineteenth century that's essentially what you had Online now we're starting to see the law creep into the proverbial wyoming's of twitter and facebook. They're starting to really take action against people that very clearly violated terms of service. And in this case you know incite violence basement conspiracy theory. So i'm not surprised at this happened I think that the incident of one six the insurrection. The capital siege Essentially served as a litmus test And you saw a lot of social media companies essentially act around that. But i think we need rules going forward because hopefully fingers crossed. You're not gonna have moments like the capital siege or that insurrection every single week but you still need some law going forward determine who stays on the site and who violates the terms of service so much. They have to be platform. Well wait a minute. Isn't this though. Whack-a-mole i mean doesn't this mean that president trump and his allies and white supremacists who follow him and average voters will just gravitate to or create other forms. Really interesting question. So on the one hand i totally agree with you If they're kicked off of facebook kicked off of twitter they're just gonna go to some place like gabar parlor but with parlor for example we saw that parlor itself was somewhat d. platform. Or at least unserved. You had companies that were providing both its servers technology and discover ability. Essentially say you have proven yourself beyond the pale and we don't want to work with you anymore. So we'll see where these people go because they're going to go somewhere right now. I think they're probably going to this other social media site called gab But it raises the prospect that today you know you look at a place like facebook and twitter and it is inclusive of a huge wide variety of ideologies. Far left to far right. But what happens when social media sites essentially. Start to buy kate by ideology. Where say you know. The centre-left is on twitter and conservatives are on You know gab And then the leftist go onto some other platform. It means that are already fractured already. Somewhat shattered sent to the shared reality in america is going to become even more fractured an even more fragmented
Young protesters in Thailand risk much to demand change from military, monarchy
"Escalated in thailand. This week we're called to reform the monarchy are getting louder this morning. Police blocked rush hour traffic to stop demonstrators. They said from breaking the law out. This isn't the first time this year there have been protests against king maha vajiralongkorn who took the throne for years ago. He's one of the richest royals in the world and a playboy. He's churned through four wives and spends the majority of his time living in a german hotel amid lots of women in the past few years he's taken steps to consolidate power leading mostly younger student campaigners to demand the monarchy become more accountable and transparent yet eating suggesting these reforms comes with a hefty price. Thailand has one of the strictest lese majeste laws in the world criticizing. The royal family is punishable by up to fifteen years in jail yet. It's a law that people are increasingly willing to break yesterday evening. After left the protest side there was a pipe. Bomb in the protests in front of parliament happens that we could go also that were six protesters being treated for gunshot wounds. A man was arrested. So it's a very unstable situation. Tom felix young writes about thailand for the economist and is based in bangkok. At the same time. One has to see that the students are in a different position because many of them are the kids off the bangkok establishment. So the hope here some say is that you don't go around killing your own children what do you mean how is the makeup of these protests. Now different the biggest difference. Is that the kids on the streets. Some of the math fifteen there are university students as well but they are incredibly young. And if you were looking for a sentence to describe what's going on out there they are fearless. Fear is gone. And i say that because the legs majeste laurels the roy. Defamation in this country. I'd incredibly harsh. And they have been applied in the past so every time kids go out there and demonstrates some of them seeking out of the house of their parents they are committing a criminal offence and they are risking ending up in jail and yet no one really seems to care so what you see now when you go and went to observe protests yesterday is all sorts of tones and abused director directly at the head of state which is something that has happened in the past but not in the way that it is now. And why is this upsurge of animosity against the head of state king. So his father passed away in two thousand sixteen and since he seems to the throne taken a lot of steps to concentrate power in his hands. So there's been a shift from watts once looked as a relatively normal constitutional monarchy to more absolutes attack monarchy. The has changed the crown property bureau law which essentially said previously that these assets are being held in trust for the people for the nation and now with this law changed. The king has direct control over these acids and they actually if you look at shares in companies. It's no longer. The crown property bureau owning is the name of the king the students and many people who sympathize with them on our asking. Well what is his old about these assets odds and we want to see a reversal. What is it that the protesters are demanding here so the three months initially many months ago that they wanted to change the constitution basically a more democratic thailand. The second one they wanted to give it to speak to freely and not face arrests and the third one which is by far the most controversial is a reform of the monarchy now in recent months more and more the last demand has become the most prominent to the extent that even neutral observers here referred to these protests no longer as pro-democracy protests but anti monarchy protests and what likelihood that what the protesters are demanding will actually be met. I mean what chances for actual a change to the monarchy. Well if you look at the original three demands the one of the demands was that they wanted essentially to express themselves freely without landing in jail. Now we use the opposite. Now you see a hardening of stance on the part of the establishment on that from the students are not getting anywhere. The second part is that that was a whole unto last week that the constitution might be mended and made more progressive. That door now seems closed because the crew military royalist government coalition government. They have a majority in parliament. One proposed in particular which mirrored of the demands of the students was voted down so there is no way now through the parliamentary process to bring about change and on the third demand. It is pretty clear now that this heading for a confrontation and everybody knew that because the way that paolo is acquired exercised and hells in. Thailand is dri up for debate. You say this is heading for a confrontation but it sounds as if the confrontation kind of already here. The students don't have any recourse left either in the protesting over real constitutional reform. So where do you see this going. One thing that is really worrying is that it's all it is perceived to be now this one dimensional quest for essentially getting rid of the monarchy in its current state or modernizing whatever it is but all the other things the original demands and are now in the background and what that means for the students i think is that they will find it very difficult to build a broader alliances entice society that will allow them to carry on with this hand. I do not see any fundamental change happening in the near future
"lese" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Lizzy banks more great insight flint taming stuff from her. She'll be putting pressure on us to do was a diary again next year if she writes it with the not being a women's world event and because the two time she's done one, she's won a stage and she was stage four. This year finished twelfth overall in the end But yeah, it's obviously obviously brings her lock. It wish you would bring me a bit more locker today. Why am I not winning to Rosa stages on this every month? Maybe not just By reentry that Dole's for Lizzie to be fair I think it's more. Training and having a press contract and entering the race you know just details. I mean Lizzy lizzy obviously, Co presents our sister brother Sister Sibling podcast service course am, but she I mean apart from being a great writer who's having a brilliant season. She is really becoming a unimportant voice in the media She spoke very eloquently this week of both the Rosa and you're there on your sports does. BREAK BBC today at say on well, Champs. So yeah, great seeing. He's such a good talker. She's so eloquent and she's clearly thought about issues a lot. You know it. She's very satisfying to be for that reason because. Yes just using her brain and it's it's it's a lovely interview to have always an also she's very skilled at angling the camera so that it doesn't include the drying laundry behind her as I discovered from her in story when she was doing. Her interview with me, she pounds her phone around to show. I'm not sure if it was underwear lese or whether it was shorts, I couldn't tell from the picture but either way we didn't see it on air not being anxious, such a pro. PRU. Do. Lizzy if you're listening as you will be. Remember the future is an audio not on screen. We WanNA, keep? On A on the. Sense or I can consider all trying to lure her away to the dark side television. You know you've got good home. Listen. Let's wrap things up. You've got dinner guests. Thing as well. Listen, we'll speak next month. Thank you very much. It's been fun. Thank you rose. It's been more fun than the women's. Right..
"lese" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"With the Kardashians. After twenty seasons thirteen years on TV. We're going to say goodbye to all of them, Chris Kim Khloe Courtney, Kendall Carney, clam, and cletus. Did you guys ever watch this show because I never knowingly saw minute of it? Well, I can tell you the appeal of the show. Please it used to be before the show that when you eight. And went to the bathroom you had nothing to look. I remember those horrible days remember you just sit in Talk To your people now this joke do then there's what if we could fill this with people with the shiniest Harry ever seen your. And that's the show I have to say though I want I wanNA stand up for the Kardashians Elise it. It's sort of low hanging fruit. It's easy to talk about you know the show being vapid. I. Do think they have a lot of genuine affection for each other I have been roped into watching many an episode of the show and I find them to actually be more likable than I would have expected. That being said I think we now can close the book on what it does to a family structure to film everything that happens for thirteen years and it ain't great lake that they are the richest disasters on planet earth at this point from all of his attention and documentation. Now, we will admit we will admit that it is finally time for them to go everything gets a little stale after being in the air that long incredibly stale. Well, anyway, stay tuned for wait waits twenty third anniversary special in January bill. How did Roth doing our Quiz Roth? Got Us off to a great start three. Oh thank you. Thank you off and good luck with whatever's next. Traveling take care. Right now panel that it's time for you to answer some questions about this week's News Jesse for what we believe is the first time scientists in the UK have come up with formal classifications for the five different kinds of what Mood I'm at this point. I'll give you one thing. All five types have in common. They're all willing to scoop up poop out of a box of sand. Those aren't any of my moves. Cats, cats, owners Jesse owners. Five. Types Corona's returns at a previously thought are only two kinds of cat owner's cat ladies or secret cat ladies. But new research proposes that cat owners can be divided into five personality types while cats believe their owners can be divided way more ways if you just use your claws. Types are. And these are real freedom and defender conscientious caretakers concern protectors tolerate guardians and Lese fared landlords. Why are these people working on the vaccine? The categories refer to attitudes about monitoring the cats behavior especially when they're outside of the house because if allowed to roam cats can spread disease kill wildlife interfere in US elections and secretly set forest fires and blame gender reveal parties. You also know that the type of person to write this report underlying the letters cat in category it's true. Coming up our panelists find.
The Ultimate Checklist For Selling High Ticket Products and Services
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. To another episode of Martigues School. And I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the ultimate checklist for selling high ticket products and services so when it comes to selling high ticket, products and services. Here's one keeping. You cannot expect to just put it on your website and people are just going to buy right. There did believe it's five dollars or more events for vendors. You've got to be expecting to on the phone without getting on the phone. These people I. If. It's a higher to offer is going to be better and the reason. I also better is because if you can charge more money than need, you can actually afford to spend more on ads of those that can afford to spend more on. Ads are going to do better in Lawrence so you WanNa. Give yourself as much margin for error, so I would say. Say She can have your price higher. You get more flexibility. You get more budget for making mistakes and at least for someone like me. I got March. You also need someone doing sales. If you don't do sales in your son, high ticket items, you'll notice that you won't make as much money versus when you had someone. Doing sales is a huge difference. And then the other thing, too is depending on what you're selling, but I'll as what works all the time without fail retarded people so people here your website especially if they hit lessee, renate. Sherman services or sectors that you serve people age and your retirement, a small segment of the People Lese you have one hundred head that page in a week as a lot of people on facebook, for example, you can target daily unique reach is just like what I ask for a week or so each week, and your impressions conflicts showing up. You want to be showing up and then when the timing is right. People visited that page before you can retarget them come. And again call you and then the other thing you want to make sure. Is You have a Webinar a fine tune? One GO CHECK OUT SAM events. He has a really good webinar. That will give you idea of how to structure one Russell Brunson also has a perfect webinars formula. You can learn more about that on youtube as well, but a webinar allows people to get more comfortable with you handles a lot of the objections and increases your conversion rates as. As, well, you can also use ever Webinar or webinars jammed also host your utvs. Yeah, and the other thing is about building a ascension funnel, so Allen recommend reading about dotcom secrets by runs, said defoe idea is, you might try people into your email. I might drive people to get a free book. Free plus shipping offer in an s alternate might throw might be higher. It might be fifty dollars two hundred dollars you all the way out to a mastermind. You don't even make it that complex, but to be able to ascend people to point where the radio by because only a very small segment of people on your list are going to be ready to take your highest offer the other ones the end up there, so you're gonNA help them out to the highest share. Yeah, the other thing that you'll want to end up. Doing is making sure your price points are above a thousand dollars. The moment it's below a thousand dollars. It makes it really hard to make your ads profitable, and what you'll find is even if you have two thousand and three, thousand five thousand. Thousand Dollar Price Point. It's not just as easy as increasing president. Get more sales also have to figure out what can you offer? That seems like it's worth ten thousand dollars, or really is where ten thousand dollars in your giving it a really good deal like a thousand or two thousand dollars. Yeah, and after you collect leads. Let's say you're driving people right? You have an email. Don't forget to conju marketing and when I say that I don't need that. What I mean is constantly ratio them telling stories, so I like writings, Ville emails I might talk about how my day. What area nearby offered to sales? Or another example might be every quarter solids up into my real estate beautiful house. Maybe you're not ready to buy a house media, but he likes all in my content so every quarter so I might reach out. Say Hey, Neil, are you still interested in buying a house? So this is a nine email that was created by are going by. The Jackson is a great copywriter. He actually being the real estate space, so don't forget your mls. Is your asset so continue to think about how you can utilize it? It yeah, and then the other thing from my end is make sure you try to figure out how you can. Adding countdown timers, and really have your expire were combined after a certain time. It's a great way to generate way marseils yeah, the other thing I'll add to is if you have people applying for phone call I liked any a survey next step at based on the questions of the answer might say I don't have the financial services to for this one neck as I might drive to another final say. Financial Services here's up payment option for you a lot of
"lese" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"Incredible that I was moving up on my own people say. Let's see the problem. Is that women are afraid. Because what am I GONNA do? I have no pay or you know he's not going to be able to survive without make. Trust me the good Lord will take care of you. You just gotTa do something it will happen. You're the subject that you're talking about is is near and dear to my heart to because once upon a time in my prior vocation for twenty five years in senior management the last position. I had off because I've worked with various populations of people in need but it was women and children fleeing domestic violence and So you know what you're saying so crucially important because a lot of the women who were fleeing their partners in their abusive relationships with or without their children in many cases English was not their first or second language. They had no access to money so they had no Documentation no health cards. No nothing on their person and in many cases didn't even have a a high school diploma like they had nothing They were so so Predominantly dependent upon the abuser and that was part of the reluctance for having departed the relationship sooner when it was already initially warranted up eight because it was those types of fears and those types of situations and circumstances that ran through their mind. It's like how am I ever GonNa Function? How may ever GonNa Reinvent Myself? Well when it comes down to safety which is first and foremost you know. There's always an answer. There's always gonNA be resources. There's always going to be somebody. Who's going to help? Navigate you in the direction to get your needs filled on. But that's never gonNA happen if you die at the hands of your partner which is always a possibility. We know that happens more often than it should so I just want to applaud you once again Laura because you had so many things working against you your whole self dialogue could've talked you out of Departing situations or even not embracing forgiveness. I mean who would you be today? Had you not braced forgiveness or had not. You're exactly with the here and rate sadly to say I probably wouldn't be here because I know what I I know what I was going through. I know what I fell and it was unbearable. The pain was unbearable. I mean the I couldn't breathe properly. I mean it was just an I just gotta say. I thank my ex- mother-in-law and I and I think my mother in heaven who I believe you know was heart of this and I and I believe that God gave me that chance and you know and I believe that he's given me all these challenges so I could be that voice today and as you said because so many people you know. Don't don't turn out that well sometimes a lot of people. Everybody's medicated today. And I I've always refused be medicated. Adult believe in it for myself. I believe that our our our our our mind is waste longer than having a medication and it just anytime I try to be careful with my words but when I asked when people were Fred. Tell me that they're medicated. Unlike fleas can you just try this for thirty days? Just yet take thirty days. I promise I promise it'll change. It'll make a difference. The problem is everybody wants things now so they don't sticks through. Oh but I tried meditating. For How Long A? Week will no you gotTa keep you yet? My ex- mother-in-law introduced me to a new meditation this past December and now I've been avid meditators. Since the nineties I learned at to forgive and But this meditation is taking me to a completely different level and so. I HAVEN'T MISSED ONE DAY. I go morning and night. It's twenty minutes in the morning 21-minute that night. Whatever it is it is legally again changing my life because it's bringing me closer towards my My my sole purpose and not the passion that I have in helping people so the war store to places like doing this podcast on your show doing a TV show over there. The more people I can get in front of the more people I know. I'm going to help and that only the only thing I want whether it's paid or not paid I just want to help people and because the suffering is just too much at light in bed with crystals in my hand with prayers. Begging Begging Lis Lis out me is not something I wanna hear. People are doing in their beds right right well and you said something there. That was quite key around medication and I can understand. You wanted to tread lightly because there are people who would be tuned into the show who may in fact be on medication and there's different schools of thought with any subject matter that bring to the airwaves between myself and my guest of each week But the one thing is to yes. I mean T- to catapult True growth true expansion and and to infiltrate clarity to be possible. You can't do it in a my numb state right and I think that's where you're coming from too because a lot of people whether it's addictions based on alcohol sacks Gambling whatever the addiction or the affliction might be. It's it's not because people want to numb themselves necessarily it's because it just can't continuously endure the pain. But you do have to go if you really want to get out from underneath that you've got to feel the pain you've you really do have to feel the pain but you can still lighten the load of thought by getting assistance either through a therapist or a gratitude journal or You know like a support group on there. I mean there's a whole we live in twenty twenty so resources are abound plentiful. They're out there You know we live in the the day and age of education and awareness. So unless you're committed to putting your head in the ground and still living. In a state of denial. The resources do exist. Do absolutely so Laura I wanna give you an opportunity for the benefit of the listeners in the podcast subscribers and for anybody else who might be tuning in who's completely inspired by you and sees you as a good fit for their media outlets their platforms or they wanted you to be a speaker on their stage or they want to read your books. How can people connect with you? Where can people by your box Sure so I mean. My book is available on Amazon. It's called breaking barriers. And those that are baseball fans todd. Stottlemyre fire Who IS T- Blue Jays? Pitcher wrote my forward but in how Amazon any different country. Yeah it's exciting He's an incredible human and So yeah you can go to Amazon. My website has a lot of information. I keep adding to it And that is. Www Mora L. A. U. R. A. Lese A. B. O. L. E. S. C. DOT COM. And you can Go on my website. You can Message me through there. There's lots of Places that I've One of the interviews from the health in women is there Other interviews that I've been on on. Tv shows lots of information on my website. Instagram facebook. I'm Laura Avalon everything. If you just Google that you'll find me and would love to connect. I would love to anybody that is listening in has a platform that I can share my message. Please call me your show. And if people want to reach out to you in the capacity of you being there realtor. Is there a different alternative contact information associated with that? Yes that would be Laura B. Lock and the last name is B. As in Bob I e L. AK and again if you google that name I'm I'm all over Google You'll find me and so I mean you unpacked a lot of I mean everything that we talked about here was a wealth of knowledge. It was educational. It was inspirational. It was transformational. But if there was one specific takeaway or breakthrough that you would hope would most penetrate and resonate with the listening audience in the podcast subscribers. What out of all that you've said or have not as of yet said would you want to impress upon the listening audience. I'm GonNa keep saying what I continue to say is forgiveness whether it's the guy. Cut You off across the driving your car this morning or whether it's to forgive yourself That is probably the one of the biggest gifts you can give yourself so. There's two things that a meditation. Those two things are extremely extremely life. Changing if you don't do anything else but even just to start meditating The forgiveness will come through that as well. Just those two things honestly will definitely change.
Centrism: the new populism?
"During these last four years or so of ruction upheaval in the usually stable arena of British politics. It has been commonly supposed that something sometime has to give this week. It did MP's from both of Britain's major parties resigned. Their memberships and gathered together under the banner of the independent group. These MP's are broadly speaking either from the right wing of the left-wing labour party or the left wing of the right wing conservative party accordingly. A not unreasonably the independent group have found themselves characterized if not caricatured as centrists in certain agitated circles, these last few years centrist has become an insult a suggestion that those to whom it is applied are complacent careerists and all snug elitists, but what with one thing and another might centrism nevertheless, be Jew. A revival with a here in the UK or in other countries roiled by populism. What right now too. Centrism really mean, this is the foreign desk. There are certain things that I think people are yearning for to come back into the political debate long term issues that need desperate action climate change ageing society productivity in the economy, what on earth, we're going to do with technological revolution. All of those things have completely been put on the backburner that sense that you give any ground the stop being ideologically. Pure has lost any powers law slaughter sway over people. And that's where I think these of centrism is an insult partly comes from. 'cause it's come to mean being the wishy washy not really standing up believing as opposed to what I think people soup proponents that kind of at UB about what is about rational policy-making when we talk about centrism or the death of centralism what we are also talking about is the rise of ideologues. So by that token, I'm going to say centrism is basically the style of technocratic expert lead consensus. Politics making which seems to be on the way. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm Andrew moolah. And my first guest today walls, one of the first wave of seven defectors to the new independent group in the UK's house of Commons. Chris Liz Levi member of parliament for Nottingham east left the labor party earlier this week after thirty two years of membership saying labor had been hijacked by the machine politics of the far lift I spoke to Chris Leslie at colors house in Westminster. I started by asking him if he saw the independent group as a centrist movement. I think it is a center ground formation, basically trying to build a consensus around what we have characterized as the main stream values of the country. We worked together on a couple of sides of four of our statement of values the values not so the policy prescription. So we haven't sort of gone into particular details relate. Getting to one particular month of one particular, but we've talked very much about those things that we think cut across that center ground so notions of fair play focusing on opportunity and merit in terms of advancing through society, but also recognizing the importance of responsibility, both individuals having to take some responsibility. But also, the political responsibility international responsibilities. We all have I think the public. Yes. Want compassion in their politics and hate the fact that particularly from the conservative side. Has felt as though is left the vulnerable isolated, but they also care about tax payers money being spent properly with adequate scrutiny those are pretty basic things and sometimes taken for granted. But I think now is a period where we've had to reassert some of those values because the public have have haven't heard that from the main parties for a long time. What's your feeling about? Why centrism though has become it has literally become a term of abuse or centrist has become a turn of abuse, especially within the labor party in this country, which well within living memory prided itself on upholding exactly that you'll have heard this criticism already the idea that the independent group is basically a Tony Blair tribute act. Well, Tony Blair didn't have focused clue what was going on this week. And nobody he's I think he said himself. So we've decided to do our own thing and plow our own for oh, you can't look back to the last century for the answers of for the challenges that are going ahead. There are certain things that I think people are yearning for to come back into the political debate long term issues that need desperate action climate change ageing society in productivity in the economy, what on earth, we're going to do with technological revolution. All of those things have completely been put on the back burner because partly because Brexit has arrived and the main political parties have chosen to sit on the fence or take go down particularly euro-phobic route. So I'm aware that there is this attack that somehow the center ground is a grey scale mash up of those more clear of. Tipple's on either either end of the spectrum. I don't accept that characterization of the center ground. I think the values I hold are just as valid and strong, for example. I do not believe in lese, fair market solutions in all circumstances. I similarly do not believe in status ownership and control so answers in all circumstances. I believe in well-regulated Mark social market economy, which allows enterprise to thrive and helps us generate decent economy. So that the revenues we have pay for our public services and allows government to intervene on things like health and social care and education the basics that we all need to protect those most in need that isn't something that is has been talked about for a long time. And I think people have lost sight of that. But of course, it's it's a complicated thing sometimes to talk about that in a social media age wherein to itunes and sixty characters. Everybody wants to have. A black and white answer to every possible solution. You know, you've either got to be four something or against something and almost debate or nuance has been squeezed out of the body politic. And that is partly I think what hoping there will be a bit of a response to how do you respond to the criticism, which I know you've you've doubtless already heard and certainly going to here again, this is essentially a reanimation on attempt to reanimate the very very thing that the populist revolts from both sides of politics that we've seen were actually a response to. Yes and populism. I think is has is having its moment. I mean, you can see whether it's Trump in the states all happening in in Europe. And of course, it's fueled very much by this sugar, Russian the social media side. You can definitely whip up a lot of anger if you are a populist. But I think we now we've now coming to a point where that needs to be an antidote to populism insofar as I actually think if you build a populist appeal essentially on false promises that the solution to everybody's problem is something to do with stopping immigration, for instance, if you're coming from the right wing or that if everything is owned and controlled by an individual pulling levers in the treasury, then then everything will be fine that that those false promises will be found out. You know, one of the things I've worried about in the labor party has been the constant sort of tendency to go into making impossible promises, particularly on the on spending, which couldn't really be fulfilled and most people know in their hearts, they couldn't really be fulfilled without jeopardizing the economy, you know, everybody wants everything for free. But actually when you start asking, well d- mind, I ask how are you going to pay for it or where's the money coming from those difficult decisions have have been airbrushed out of the populist. Script and they don't want to have to confront some of those things. But as Trump is finding out in the states when it comes to fulfilling those promises that got him elected. He's now struggling with with when reality bites and similarly the populist movements are going to have to face that. And unless we have the confidence to call out. Snake oil salesman that actually they are peddling things that are not that are not realistic or achievable, then then the populace will continue to win if as seems likely for the next while anyway, the independent group is going to be thought of as what constitutes centrism in British politics. And I say that with all due respect to the Liberal Democrats how quickly and how practically I guess do you do you figure out how to stop? I think it's fair to say that right now, you'll see as being defined in terms of what you're not which is to say, you're not the hard left labor party. And you're not the cranky eurosceptic head bangers of the conservative party. How soon are you able do you think to start to finding yourselves in terms of what you are? Well, I hope from day one we've tried to have a positive and constructive set of values set out in on our website and on the put that we have from. Day one because it isn't just about what is wrong with the the main parties, it is very much about the values. We want to take forward now that isn't a full policy program or manifesto. We haven't even got the structures yet, we've got to have our inaugural meetings, and so forth and talk about you know, what roles people are going to do all of that is still to be to be discussed. But. You know, those positive values in the centre ground that echo as a microcosm of mainstream society. I believe we've had a good go at articulating those hope over the next few weeks and months people will look at that. And start to say, yeah, I understand where that's coming from. It is not about an ideological approach to understanding society or funding solutions it's about an evidence based approach to moving through public policy. Trying to take a longer term attitude to the way. Different challenges are addressed. But from a set of values that I think are certainly ones that I've always felt quite strongly about but people have to read them make their own judgment. And it's up to them. It's up to the public part of this is about also not. You know to to really push back at this notion that the party's own voters. Oh, this is a labor seat or this is a conservative area parties shouldn't own voters. They should earn votes from people. And I think we need a little bit more challenge to say stop being complacent. We want to try and earn votes by engaging with people and their interests and their attitudes. And hopefully, we'll try we'll try and do that. But it won't be a straight won't be a straight line. There will be ups and downs. If people are looking for disagreements between those of us who've come together, I'm sure they will be able to find them the nature of being an independent group is that we are going to take different stances between us, but I think we'll be able to tolerate those because in normal life people can tolerate different opinions. But somehow along the road, certainly within the labour party tolerance became forbidden. And you had to literally sign oaths of loyalty this past weekend to the great leader, and in a very intolerant environment, and that cultural changes of really really strong part of what we want to try and achieve that was Chris Leslie MP of the independent group.
"lese" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Filling in for Dave plyer. We're gonna have a fun show. We're gonna play Christmas music throughout the day. Some you know, some you may not know everybody is everyone know that one Curtis. You know that one. Yeah, that's Wham last Christmas. Aren't you too? Young to know Wham. Roger, you know, Wham bam from back when way I'm was Wham. Wow. What was your favorite WAM song? Oh, I don't know. That's I had kids then careless whisper that was their first hit a great. Wake me up before you go. So we're gonna have a lot of fun today. I'm filling in for Dave Playa Roger along for the news Curtis is producing. So let me tell you a little bit about myself. Roger should I introduce myself to the audience a little bit. What do you think? So because I mean, it's been awhile since you've been on that side of the Mike most of the time, you're on the other side of the Mike helping other people look good. That is true. Just just like Roger. But Roger being on the air, I radio life or been around for many years working here. WGN radio I've been producing shows mostly in many times in sports I've been producing the hamp OB and kosh show. That's right. People wanna call up and talk about how crazy the bears a season is and how fun it is. We can do that. But we're gonna try to concentrate mostly on Christmas today. Other things about me. I also work at zanies comedy club. I'm the public. Zanies comedy club. So a lot of times you might hear people talk about me or I'll be on talking about zanies comedians who are coming around on the station or throughout the community. How many clubs to the Chicago area? Now, there are three cloudy the original on well street, celebrating its fortieth year this there's one in Saint Charles which has been around for about twenty five years. And then there's a newer one about six years in Rosemont entertainment district. So thank you for asking. Well, I I knew about the first one I mean, everyone knows about that like his set the trend of comedy clubs around the country. I kind of knew about the the other one Saint Charles one that's been around long enough. But that new one I wasn't aware of the Saint Charles one does have great club. Yeah. A lot of people don't know especially city-dwellers because it's so far away. Yeah. Thirty mile. It's. Right on north avenue. It's just it takes a while. Yeah. You know, why go out that way? If you don't have to right. Yeah. And I live out there. Out there. And so if you live out in their area, it's close it's easy to get to which I think is great zanies part that they've spread out so much especially at new one at the Rosemont entertainment center. You've got everything over there. It's a regular little small town. You know, it's it's like a disneyfied small town. Yeah. But it is a small town, you have bars and restaurants and taverns, and it is a lot of fun. Yeah. That's cool. Well, that's great. Now, we know where we can go to when when you've got new comics into town, exactly. Well, let me tell you a little bit about what we're gonna do today. We're gonna lese mentioned we're gonna talk about Christmas a lot. We're going to have some celebrity guests coming up one of my comic favorites will be joining us after the after the commercial break coming up in a few moments. We're gonna talk to some friends of mine from around the world, we're gonna talk to some people in England. We're gonna talk to some people in the Middle East to find out how they celebrate the holidays. Do they celebrate the holidays, we'll find out? Also, you know, it's that time of year. We're going to start thinking about as we're eating and eating and eating what we're gonna do for the new year. Are we going to have a resolution or what's going to be the solution to our finally losing that weight and getting healthy? We're going to talk to a good friend of mine who just put out a book to discuss that very thing. And we'll be playing Christmas music. We're going to be taking calls. You can give us a call or send us a text at three one two nine eight. One seventy two hundred we're going to get that. Right. Three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred anything else from you. Roger right now. No, I think you pretty much. They did. Yeah. I really want to want to learn from a person like you because you've been here you're on the air. And I and I have such big shoes to fill would they plyer madman? And he's so good at what he does. And I know the audience is probably going who the heck is this guy. No, no, I'll tell you since we're keeping the Christmas thing. I think you have set a feast of entertainment on the Christmas table for the next three hours. Wow. I like that a feast of Christmas entertainment. Yes, sir. That I'm ready to Chow down. You know, what I saw food on the counter was that from Friday. No, no stuff is gone. Okay. Well, that was from Friday but cake is like, you know, universal. I don't think that cake goes well could. Neil who brought in earlier David Jennings told us. Yeah. Yeah. The pizzas, fresher, fresher. Cheeses, fine out Jesus fine. Yeah. Okay. So as I said, give us a call at at three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred we're gonna take a break right now. But we're going to have some fun afterwards. We're going to have a good comedy friend coming in to share some Christmas stories and tell us about some things going on in the world. Let me tell you this though this week the Chicago's best team is headed to area. Fire houses, the cook with Chicago's best and bravest on a very special Chicago's Beth this Sunday night at ten on WGN TV. A bad lineup for Christmas Eve morning. I'm day player in for Steve Cochran out kid joining me as a kid that still has both of his eyes. Peter Billingsley, the original.
"lese" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Thing once most presidents do a bit of redecorating when they move into the White House, but most presidents don't have the design sensibility of its current. Occupant, Donald Trump reportedly referred to the people's house as a real dump. And yeah, compared to this, anything not just covered. Gold is going to be a huge letdown. And so since he's moved in Trump has done some interior decoration, choosing gold, drapes and gold toned upholstery for the office. Of course, adding a portrait of Andrew Jackson, a man infamous among other things ordering the force for movable of native Americans leading to thousands of deaths and apparently hanging blown up framed county by county map of the twenty sixteen election results in the west wing over. There's more eagle-eyed followers of the sixty minutes. Twitter account noticed a new work of art gracing the walls of the White House in this image from lese stalls. Interview with the president last night is that dogs playing poker thing to sixty seconds. It's the world got a glimpse of Donald Trump's, newest art aquisition last night, courtesy of sixty minutes a painting titled the Republican club featuring Trump having drinks with the group before presidents some dead, some alive, all Republican. There's a little confusion. I, the artists, some people assumed it was the Sean Hannity favourite and painter of conservative dreams. John mcnaughton he, of course, the creator of this work titled the forgotten man showing President Obama stepping on the constitution. Look at Jefferson can't take it. What are you doing? But no, Trump's paintings, actually the work of this guy, Andy Thomas, and it's a bipartisan series, but also includes this one titled the democratic club featuring Barack Obama having a beer and hanging out with a bunch of his predecessors Trump, of course, has the Republican version. Of course, notice Abe Lincoln in front there. Apparently captivating everyone with tales of what he's been up to for the last one hundred fifty years. It's a flattering depiction of everybody, but I've gotta say, Trump in particular, looks healthy yard said he. Wanted to make everybody look as good looking as they can and try to shed the pounds. I need to Thomas told the Washington Post that congressmen Darrell, gifted, his work, the president, but revealed. It's not actually the.
"lese" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"You know, these are people that are treating him exactly the same way you would treat a doctor in the United States. Just I have epilepsy. I have a sprained ankle. I mean, I don't know what he would call himself watch middle or could undertow. But I mean, probably not shaman maybe does, but I'm not sure how he would self. Describe from that episode, what would you call himself? Do you think. He may have called himself a shop though he did have I would have to double champion. English. Yeah. I mean, a lot of those guys would sick when they watch something like that. This is not gonna make be relevant to anyone else. But since I'm curious, did you actually have like toilet shit or chicken shits splashed in your face and that episode because there was a shot while you're doing your chores or something awful and it was it was edited in to your cleaning montage. Got splashed on your glasses, and it looked awful. I don't know if that was done in the effects studio. Okay. You caught me couldn't resist that guy. I have. Fast fast. Lightly childish sense of humor. And and and yeah. You had to those good yak. The that episode also features. I think perhaps. My favorite wardrobe of yours, which is otherwise fairly constant, but the gigantic yellow like big bird hat. Yes, that you're, you're, you're dressed in towards the end. I don't want to give away too much. You didn't look too happy to be doing. I guess. I imagine I haven't encountered this directly in the in the San Pedro or watch Huma. Cactus tradition, but these Sopa data's where he where he was having you take in the Florida water or whatever that was to your mouth to spritz on him. He did not look happy to be doing so terrible. Have you done that before? I have. Yeah, you don't. You don't want to certainly don't wanna drink it. You don't hold it in your mouth. It's it's pro what? Probably ninety five percent ethanol and I lost the ability to taste for several days after doing that. It was. It was actually maybe one of the most damaging things I did in the entire show was holding the Florida water in my mouth. What were there for? What was one of the for people who may be? So we talked about people who are nervous or apprehensive yet. Curious, what about the overly confident cocksure person who might go into something without a healthy level of respect. Is there? Is there an episode you'd recommend the the DM episode, the opener for that episode? I think does it pretty decent. Five and by them you not EMT. Yeah, you know, I, it's, it's hard to say because. That's a great example. And I've seen that outside of my film work obscene. Someone who had a very cocky attitude approach. Five MED MTA is is like I've done a ten strip. Dude, I've done ten St. Minneapolis? Yeah, I've done whatever. Whatever I'm a does. Nothing that can veterans psycho on, and and then you know, it's a bad attitude. You don't want to enter any experience with that attitude because what? What good could possibly come up that? So it's. It's good to. Take things seriously. You don't want to be afraid, but it's a serious experience. I mean, it's I would say it's no less serious and being reborn. So if you want to be reborn, angry, Caucchioli confrontational attitude, then go for it, but it's probably not the best approach. But that's the other thing is I've had to cultivate a really lese fair attitude toward a lot of things to do my show affectively if you're going to be journalist and you're going to interview people, you can't constantly be telling them what's right and what's wrong. And there's a lot of moralism and there's a lot of psychedelic prescriptivism in the community. People love to say, you're doing it wrong. You're doing a, you're not serious enough. You're just trying to get high. It's not respectful. It's not traditional. It's abuse, and I really hate to see that. I think that's one of the worst things that somebody can do because ultimately, if you do that, you're just aping the government's same mistakes of setting up these rules of right and wrong ways to use drugs..
"lese" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"What he's saying is that the the essence of the evil he's he's asking was lever evil and he was answering roughly the way I answered it, namely had nothing would picking it had nothing to do with union glue. Nothing to do with. I don't know living in a cabin or nothing to do with singing songs or or any. The key elements flavor was that it violated the law for Association, you. So say. the axiom of nonaggression. That was what was wrong with three of that was what I was telling the New York Times. Those people somehow God from that that I thought that slavery was not so bad, which is, I mean version of, I, you know, I'm not gonna defend the way that the New York Times express your views pants. Ten Sam that I go onto long. That's on that while you're interesting. Oh, I apologize. Continue. Great. Okay. So the the key element of the evil. Slavery was none of these near incidents as Frederick Douglas talks about rather it was coercion. It was the fourth thing people against their will to associate with you when they didn't want. Now let's take wool words and a black person. What works in nineteen? I don't know thirty five or no nineteen thirty nineteen forty, whatever we'll work in the lack person comes in and says, hey, what's the lunch? Or like a hamburger and the guy says, sorry, we don't serve black people. And what I'm saying is that if you compel Woolworth's to associate with the black person in this way, what you're doing if you're violating the rights of rural, this sounds horrible to our modern year. You know, isn't that evil? And my again, I approach this from an economic clinic view and from an ethical point of view from an ethical point of view, it's very clear people should be free to associate with whoever they want. The analogy I use is that if you deny this which are really doing is promoting compulsory bisexuality now sit down, don't interrupt. Let me let me make this point. The problem with male heterosexuals is that they discriminate against half the human race in terms of love partners, bed partners or whatever. Probably female heterosexuals is that they do. They don't go to their females that's politically track to attack heterosexuals. I'm now going to do something politically incorrect. And homosexual males homosexuals. He'll discriminators because they do just against half even raise, namely women and lesbians also are able discriminators because they discriminated against human rights in it's only by satchels who don't discriminate against anyone. So if you're gonna logically, say that nobody should ever discriminate against anyone. What's really calling for is compulsory bisexuality even by sentinels bless their hearts. As we say in the south are either discriminators because they to the -scriminate not on the basis of gender, but on the basis of I dunno, look or sense of humor, or I don't know, intelligence or whatever. Normal people discriminate in favor of so we'll words should discriminate to everyone should be able to discriminate. Everyone does discriminate. I mean, as I say, hetero close all the storm eight. So nothing wrong with this criminal. Now. Now you have actually gone on. But let me let me address this turn. Don't you see there is a difference between an individual sexual preference and a business that is engaging in economic activity and is using all of the resources that society is provide as well as a license to do business. That Woolworth's was a corporation by not in nature. Woolworth's was a corporation because they registered with the state. And so when you say to a black person, you can't go in and eat it Woolworth's or let's use another example. When you say to a black person, you can't come in and and by my goods that you're looking to resell your actually preventing them for from participating in the economy and you are fundamentally hurting their ability to live and even in your lese fair capital world to participate there now. So why is that not problematic to you? I mean. Understand this notion that it's it's slightly different than just associating with would one it is actually about it is actually about allowing someone to participate or not participate in the economy based on their skin..
"lese" Discussed on She Who Persisted
"But the whole like the quote from Keleti Adams ends with the function of the absent referenda is to keep a meat separated from any idea that she he was once an animal to keep something from being seen as having been someone to allow for the moral abandonment of another being so she argues that animals disappeared in three ways. So the first way is they disappear literally because the killed the second way is the bodies disappear because they cut up reshaped cetera. And then third way, and that's interesting disappear conceptually because rename them, and then we take their oppression and use it as a metaphor other things. Well, even from the the level of language, I think that's really interesting because we talk about we talk about cows. As cows. But when we talk about their meat than its beef. Yes. And chicken, you know, we talk about poultry, or, you know, whatever. And you know, but especially I would say especially with beef. And maybe with with with pork. You know, we don't talk about pigs. We talk about pork. And I think in in German, it's a little more directly related to the animal because when you're talking about a pig, it's fine and then shrine fly inside. So there's maybe a more direct connection to the actual animal. But then when you talk about cuts of meat or how it's prepared you talk about how it's it's cooked into a hamburger him Iger has no relation to beef at all or our cows. Yeah. And then what I found very interesting is that she we not only rename the meat. But when she says, we take the repression use it as a metaphor the things, and I think this is the Padres also relate to the oppression of women. Yeah. Because a lot of the ways that we talk about animals and meeting is also the way that we talk about women and also the quote, unquote, sexual lese Shen objectification of women. Yeah. Okay. And that's kind of pot of her argument when she says that women absent reference in Portugal, culture, and that feminism is the response to that. So she says that male dominance and animals oppression linked, by the way that both women and animals function as absent reference in meat eating and dairy production. And that feminist theory logically contains a vegan critique just as veganism covertly challenges poject society Pontiac is a gender system that is implicit in human animal relationships. She then goes on to say that there is sort of a trinity of forces. So first full objectification. She defines objectification as the process by which we see another being not as someone anymore. But something. Then there was fragmentation. So the cutting up of a body or a being again indicate of animals literally in the case of women figuratively, and that's an aspect that she will discuss in Motael than in in her book, the pornography of me later on and then this consumption where we consume that being. And she says we literally consume animals with visually consume women and on the homepage. She say she says, the sexual politics of me chose how a process of objectification fragmentation and consumption in Abel's, the oppression of animals so that animals are rendered being less. Through technology, language and cultural representation objectification permits. Oppressor too. Few another being as an object once objectified. It being can be fragmented once fragmented consumption happens the consumption of being and the consumption of the meaning of that being Steph. So that the reference point of meat changes. Does that make sense? Yes. Okay. And then she also says that veganism is a nonverbal refusal of trickle world, and that veganism expresses a feminist perspective. So she says an overlap of cultural images of sexual violence against women and fragmentation and dismemberment of nature and the body in western culture, exists the cycle of objectification fragmentation consumption links which ring with both the representation and reality of sexual violence in western cultures the normalizes sexual consumption, this structure creates entitlement to abuse. Use with structure of the absent reference, the states of objectification and fragmentation. Disappear. And the consumed object experienced without a past without a history without biography, and without individuality the sexual politics of meat office examples of historical contemporary, fictional resistance to meeting an obvious that food decisions coded ways of resistance for many progressive feminist, radical activists vegetarianism one aspect of their activism, and then one thing that she also talks about..
"lese" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I did a tour on your behalf went down on. My car walked around a little bit and I wanted to get some sense of what's going on and. Of course I had a good sense of what, was going on because my previous lives is a. Public defender criminal defense attorney and also work in the attorney general's office on civil commitment hearings let me explain to you what used to happen that made sense I would imagine for. Like one hundred years things were pretty bad if you're a mentally ill. And the nineteenth early parts of twentieth century things are pretty bad Held in cages bad behavior whatever it, was it was awful then beginning, in the fifties sixties and nineteen seventies there was a change in the amount of money that was committed how someone got committed to a mental hospital and all the rest plus there was a large development, in the, sixty seventies and eighties of psychotropic medications that actually leave it to symptom symptomology of. Paranoid schizophrenia with effective components delusional misbehavior all the. Rest and so as I got of. Law school nineteen seventy four. As you know I worked, for snore fish Norfolk's north shorts Norfolk north in Toledo Ohio. And practice up, there for two years after I was a federal law clerk then I came back to Cincinnati took, a job because of b. Larsen b. Larsen define previous Hamilton county public defender without. Be Larson Bill Cunningham as you know him or. Not exist whenever. C. b. Larsen I tell me that you're, responsible but nonetheless I regress so I spent about two years in the public defenders offers representing everybody then I walk Zeh gains have gains, and gains attorneys at law and, I said, Mr. lese gains like, to, practice law privately in your law firm the rest is history as part of, that of course that we did, not have fringe benefits and other things so I began working with William J Brown Anthony celebrate and other democratic attorney generals and they appointed me for over about a ten year period to handle all the, civil commitment hearings in Hamilton county by that I mean this let's say. I suggest that Matt. Steinman is crazy I can go to probate court and, sign an affidavit under oath that I think match diamond. Or Scott Sloan is crazy because of these. Facts and then I go in front, of a magistrate it was Bev cook or someone. Like that and that magistrate in probate court. Would signed an order causing the arrest of Matt Steinman because Bill. Cunningham a friend or family member says he's got mental problems within that person was then taken off the streets so Matt's diamond we'll be taken off the streets and transported to a holding. Area at Longview state mental hospital which was a twenty acre facility in bond hill, adjacent I seventy five. Within three to seven, days generally it was three or four days but it was over. A holiday weekend or whatever it might have, been, five or six days there was, a emergency commitment hearing and how many county probate court Henry county courthouse and Bill Cunningham of the attorney general's office. Out there. And we might, have one morning twenty to thirty hearings of individual That was a suggestion of insanity and so by that point there would have been a psychiatrist not. As psychologists but psychiatrists long Longview that would've met. With that person to do a quickie evaluation. Of match time so then match time would be transported from Longview state mental hospital to Henry county courthouse, and brought up kind of incarcerated, but you know you're dealt gently with these people because it was a. Civil commitment hearing, wasn't criminal so we would have a hearing that might go from ten minutes to an hour, and the person would often testify a family or friend. Could come in and testify as to whether. The events that the giant said about, match diamond was true or false there was like. A mini trial that took place plus the. Person's history was by that point known the audiology the diagnosis in. The past and so the magistrate sitting dispassionately in probate court and this, was the same procedure in Kenton county Switzerland county Franklin county whatever Then there'd be a quickie, three to seven day hearing that might take from, ten minutes, to an, hour And then Bev cook or another fine magistrate in probate court would say yea. Or nay and they said this person has to be..
"lese" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Spent about two years in the public defenders offers representing everybody then I walked up to Leslie Isaiah gains have, gains in, gains attorneys at. Law and I. Said Mr. lese gains like, to practice law privately in your law firm the rest is history as part of that Course that we did not have, fringe benefits, and other things so I began working with William J Brown. Anthony celebrate and other. Democratic attorney generals and they appointed. Me for over about a ten year period to, handle all the, civil commitment hearings in Hamilton county by that I mean this let's, say I suggest that. Matt Steinman is crazy I could go to probate court, and sign an affidavit. Under oath that I think that's diamond or Scott Sloan, is crazy because. Of these facts and then I go in front of a magistrate it was Bev cuckoo someone, like that and that magistrate in probate court or, signed an order causing the arrest of match. Diamond because Bill Cunningham a friend or, family member says he's got mental problems what within. Not person was then taken off the streets. So match diamond let me take off the streets and transported to. A holding area at Longview state mental hospital which was a twenty acre facility in bond hill adjacent i. seventy-five within three to seven days generally it was three or four days but it was over. A holiday weekend or whatever it might have, been, five or six days there was, a emergency commitment hearing and how many county probate court Hemmer county courthouse and Bill Cunningham of the attorney general's office. Out there. And we might, have one morning twenty to thirty hearings of individ- That, was a suggestion of insanity and so by that. Point there would have been a psychiatrist not. As psychologists psychiatrists at Longview that would've met with that person to. Do a quickie evaluation of match time so then match diamond would be, transported from Longview state mental hospital to county courthouse and brought up Kind of incarcerated but you know you're dealt gently with these people because it was a civil. Commitment hearing criminal. So we would have a hearing that might go from ten minutes to an hour And the person would often testify a family or friend could come in and testify as to. Whether the events, that the giant said about Matt's diamond was true or false there was like. A mini trial that took place plus the person's history was by that point known The audiology the diagnosis in the past and so the magistrate sitting dispassionately in probate court and this was the same procedure in Kenton county Switzerland county Franklin county whatever then. There'd be a quick three to seven day hearing that might take from ten minutes to an hour And then a Bev cook or another fine magistrate and probate. Court would say yea or nay and they said this person has to be held because. They're a danger to themselves or others they. Would be transported back to Longview state mental hospital and then next, hearing, would be set in thirty days thirty. Days from that point match diamond will. Be brought back in to how many county courthouse and there sits, there, fine the person who says match diamond is crazy, and so, then the psychiatrists had a. Thirty day treatment chart saying okay we've done this, and we've done that we've done this and we've, done that, and then, there'd. Be another hearing held by the magistrates to say okay that person ought to be held for six months Okay I would say ninety percent of the time the, person, was held and about fifty percent of. The time they were held longer than. Thirty days so once you get a person on their meds if, Scott, Sloan or Matt's time to get on their meds Don't, act better so after, thirty days about half the time the magistrate would say okay it's time when you go home now and a. Family member would be there, a wife, a husband an adult. Child and, say okay take. Them, home take match time? At, home what. Try it again and then. That would be repeated over that person's life and, the ten years I did the civil commitment hearings I saw every frequent flyers I'd say hell there's match time and. Again that's minutes back..
"lese" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"My first question do in this segment rose area were you were you ever want to boogie singer a simple yes or no no really quickly okay all right we'll move on we'll move on but i just wanted to give you an opportunity share if he'd ever been bogey singer some of us have some of us have some of us have the book is the gospel comes with the house key you say at least you've said this to me in the past that when you were in this committed lese lesbian relationship hospital was a part of your life and this is something that it didn't occur to you when you became a christian you're bringing this snow into your face from the world before you were a chris john it's a bit of a both end but absolutely that my first my first experience with the pass within the lgbtq community in the nineties when the aids virus then called grid gay related immune deficiency disorder that's really your yeah it was really early it was just ravaging into our our our community and people were dying and and maybe the church with their but i never thought and and one of the things that happened during that time is the community started to coalition coalition you know that is not something that's normal i will just tell you that women who identifies lesbian and men who identify as gay have very little in common and then add all the other alphabet of the alphabet shoots and you debt fraction ing identity politics and then add you know the the i dentistry politics that says my victim status is my identity and you can imagine how difficult it would be get this group together and you know but yet there we were every night of the week in in my community someone's home was open for food and fellowship and just between you suicide or alcohol or drugs because there's a lot of work to do people were dying and we were taking it seriously and so so hospitals i just tell people that i i learned hospitality in my lgbtq community and you know i'm a presbyterian so i'm not a baptist maybe if i were baptist i would have learned it's put democrat security and you could starve to death okay let's be clear i was really intrigued because actually can inflate miss were equally open and regular so the two things about radically ordinary hospitality that were consistent with both my lgbtq community anti christian home today but that i also saw kevin smith films is.
"lese" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"My first question is for you in this segment rose area were you were you ever want to boogie singer a simple yes or no no really quickly okay we'll move on we'll move on but i just wanted to give you an opportunity share if you've ever been singer some of us have some of us have some of the sound okay the book is the gospel comes to the house key you say at least you've said this to me in the past that when you were in this committed lese lesbian relationship hospital was a part of your life is this is something that it didn't occur to you when you became a christian you're bringing this snow into your faith from the world before you were chris john know it's a bit of a both end but absolutely that my first my first experience with in the past the taliban within the lgbtq community in the nineties when the aids virus then called grid gay related immune deficiency disorder that's really advocating yeah it was really early it was just ravaging to our our our community and people were dying and and maybe the church was there but i never thought and and one of the things that happened during that time is the community started to coalition call list and you know that is not something that's normal i will just tell you that women who identifies lesbian and men who identify as gay have very little in common and then add all the other alphabets of the alphabet shoots and you debt fracturing identity politics and then add you know the the identity politics that says my victim status is my identity and you can imagine how difficult it would be to get this group together and you know but yet barely were every night of the week in in my community someone's home was open for food and fellowship and just between you and suicide or alcohol or drugs because there's a lot of people were dying and we were taking it seriously and so so hospitals i can tell people that i i i learned hospitality and my lgbtq community and you know i'm a presbyterian so i'm not a baptist maybe if i were baptist i would have learned it's a put democrats starve to death okay let's be clear but i was really intrigued because actually can enforce yes were equally open and regular so the two things about radically ordinary hospitality that were consistent with both my community anti christian home today but that i also saw ken smith is that this was not okay pasta paletti done when the budget and the calendar allowed regular and it was open and.
"lese" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Lineup which is freshly made salads sandwiches yogurt parfait as wraps and many other great items that we have the second harvest ceo lese baccio says this partnership should result in three hundred thousand meals year populations we serve they live very stressful is they often don't have access to very nutritious food so having these salads and sandwiches and high quality items from starbucks items that don't need to be prepared is a great way especially for families that are really struggling maybe working two jobs even still struggling to be able to stay here having this already prepared food is a great convenient way to access nutritious items does aa why colgan kcbs access to a beach in san mateo county is about to a bit easier with tunitas creek beach county parks to open in the coming years he cbs's margie shave reports however the struggle for beach access continues just down the road to nita's creek beaches a stunning whitesand mile long stretch of beach home the bird line with cliffs on the north end it's funny multipronged effort to begin to enable access to the beach assisted by five million dollars in the new state budget state senator jerry hill it's not an accident that we can come together with great collaboration the money will be used to restore the environment bill beach facilities and allow access to the beach by first responders mardi tedesco is with the peninsula open space trust and if it weren't for the support of our local donors and organizations like the gordon and betty moore foundation we could not have moved so quickly.
"lese" Discussed on On The Media
"The american bar association even the aclu they succeed in changing the conversation from arthur andersen's accounting fraud and obstruction of justice to the innocent employees who've lost their jobs and it could mean the end of andersen accounting which is already lost scores of clients and has already been forced to throw thousands of workers into the street the government is punishing everyone at the company being punished t to a couple people that made some wrong decisions it's an amazing pr victory and it's so affective that it's internalized by prosecutors themselves and not just republican lese fair prosecutors but by democrats and by the middle of the ought people like mary jo white who was the us attorney in sun the district then becomes a corporate defense lawyer then becomes obama's head of the sec before going back to her firm it's become a corporate defense lawyer she is saying arthur andersen was a mistake in the head of the criminal division of obama's department of justice lanny breuer is saying prosecuting arthur andersen was a mistake they have decided that we can never prosecute large companies again they're too many malign collateral consequences and this is a disastrous conclusion alright so counterintuitively populist anger is inflamed about the government's pursuit of that group formerly known as fat cats that's one incentive for prosecutors and regulators to pull punches the other two which you just alluded is that revolving door between the department of justice and the securities and exchange commission and the defense bar your implication is that prosecutors were either going easy on pals or feathering their nests for later employment but isn't the opposite.
"lese" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Let me interrupt real quickly why do you hate kevin durant as a human being oh going to the warriors fighting but that doesn't make him a bad person well you know what the guy for the tundra in game six and seven western conference filed against the warriors with the idea that he was leaving so that doesn't sit well with me i i don't think at the time when that series was going on and he was trying to get back to the finals he was saying i'm leaving to go to the war is i don't think he was thinking that at the time i think once that series did conclude and they choke two three one that's when he made the decision i think he played hard in that game i remember very vividly that was what drew to charge that game and was a non factor and the kind of bothers me and also a mcqueen's about him talking politics and sports at all he should stick to sports you know disagree with you on that one too you wanna talk politics you're free to talk politics 'cause lese could say the same thing about you know why should you be able to talk about politics then so i don't even want to get into that because you opened up pandora's box in the next few hours of the show is should athletes be able to talk about sports you know they're allowed to talk about politics they're human beings and just because someone went to another team does that make him a bad human being dozen i'm pretty sure katie does a lot of charity work as well so oh guy doesn't get arrested the guy doesn't have a criminal record you call him a bad dude just because he switched teams.
"lese" Discussed on We The People
"Underappreciated talent further vindicating your you had that's the right agit of the most under appreciated constutional figure since george mason following up on your reference to the chamber of commerce there's an observation here that taft was influenced by william sumner who taught view of economics that we would describe as laissez faire nearly like an payan round what did the founders madison and so on say about too little structure and too much chaos of his lese fair before the founders say taff did study with if not sumner social darwinist at yale who took that position but at his yale commencement address he said society has moved beyond the extreme fair attitude and now recognizes the need for antigen government to meet the needs of society so he was neither a extreme libertarian nora anything like a big government progressive he was a pragmatist who believe in liberty and that's why he said the goal of government is to be as efficient as possible while meeting the needs of the people and preserving liberty so that was his view what were the founders i you can do this better than i but you know ranging from the libertarianism of jefferson to the monarchism of hamilton the republicanism of madison there was a sophisticated mix among the framers but none were libertarians in sumner sense and to learn more go check out the scrape downstairs i have to get your train so this is the last question enough to i think how did taft life influence the career of his son robert taft kim senator majority leader.
"lese" Discussed on WEEI
"I could say something to dissuade you from that but you know i have to admit i came up much of an argument well i i to keep going back to it but it was such a cogent point i thought i think uh uh repeated that when you keep losing your style players in let's face it you've got to start with gene the games just aren't that's where i can never understand when people use the bowl irasinn when he came to drown or magic all this and you gotta have stop players even in the competition in order to make the games rally agfa which sport you're talking about you got to have some star players on the on the opposing teams john that you see people play at their best in i think what the nfl right now i take again this jerry jones goo jiaozhou as they going on and on rolling around on the floor arguing about they got bigger problems in that meanwhile jerry jones his teams going right down the tubes no elwi ah these guys are looking pretty prophetic on the fiend you take one running back and make that much well i'll tell you what they also lost her left tackle their left tackle was out without the left tackle dak prescott and elliot to hand the ball off uh looks like two very average quarterback was a great manager last year when they went thirteen in three exposed a little bit by the packers in the playoffs but uh there is nothing more uh more uh let's say let's put it this way i'm more appreciative when the dallas cowboys lose probably than any other team in national football league some you're not that i had walker yet uh i was at my mother's house in this no tv on the first floor uh it would be impolite on thanksgiving certainly endeavour risk to be running back and forth check out the cia charger cowboys scott are bottlenecks morning it was nice to know that the cowboys got crushed by the charges of lese wiping it makes it easier to make.