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Fresh update on "lieberman" discussed on Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

01:07 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lieberman" discussed on Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

"The left on civil rights issues and firm of action in South Africa. He brought up South African Mandela in the debate. Mandela was still in jail in America. The United States had A and C as a terrorist organization. And there was the battle between the centrist by Mondale on those forces and rev in Jackson's forces on the left, and others like leaving it on the right. The same in 88 would do caucus. Same all the way into the 21st century. I ran trying to continue to keep the party going from going right Bill Clinton. And our goal. And that whole milk or the centrist to take the make Sure the party did not go all the way to the left with a Reverend Jackson and And in 2000 for Joe Lieberman and others that when the Democratic Party primaries that I ran against was fighting to keep it going from what they call the left, would shopped and consented. And others. There's always been a battle in the party between the right and the left. You have that going on now they consider of you read some of the right wing literature. They attack in me and AOC and others that we are the far left and that Biden is listening to us. No Biden is doing with anybody supposed to hear all sides of his party. And if he's going to be the one to lead the party, he has to have a balanced agenda to get the full support of the party, and that's what people do in party politics. And and I think that that is with the Democrats did successfully would Barack Obama? Barack Obama was a Sephardi levels? Some of us would they call the left? But he was able to balance a lot of the things we wanted with a lot of the things that they wanted, and a lot of the things that the conservatives in the party didn't want, and it's about building the consensus is if you're gonna win And, you know, talk about that in the book. You can't be a purist. A lot of these what are called Lati. Liberals sit up, and and they're privileged purchase. And say You've got to do a B C d my way or you are not progressive, not are not liberal. Enough Know we may have a 10 point plan if I could get seven from food. And I'm dealing with people that dealing with life and death situations. Criminal justice matters is important for me to get those seven through and then fight later for it with you on the three But it's not my way or the highway. If you've got people's lives and existence in the balance, and that that's why you got these latter liberals and claimed on outside. But they want to dictate our movement. Speak for Rose. And this is his stardom eaters, William Lloyd Garrison, who was one of the abolitionist in the 19th century. He and Frederick Douglass had disputes because Douglas began articulating and are eating. And they said, no, no, no, We just need you to stand there and be the slaves that ran away. We'll do the talking, and Douglas said no. I can talk and write and wrote his own book. I mean books and wrote his Ah published his own newspapers. There's always been that tension. And I think what we do is where you have that tension. You build it. Martin Luther King used to call it creative tension. You build a creative tension that overtakes All of your common enemy because the same people on the right That are against blacks, many of them against Latinos and women having equality and gays having equality and on on and on and on, LGBTQ. Now. We argument where Yolande suffer like we did. The question is not comparing to suffering. Nobody suffered like we did. But can we all stop? The suffering together of everybody is just that simple. If I'm in the hospital, and I haven't in a illness, and you in the next bed with less illness had less as long as I did, and there's less severe and somebody another side of you less than you. Do we all want health care or do we all want to sit and talk about who's suffering the most? I want to get well. I'm not comparing my pain to you. Because my pain may not be convertible to your pain. But if I've got to lay in the same ward and depend on the same doctors, we all need the doctors to heal us rather than argue about who's the sickest So any argument about the black suffer and endure more? No question. What if we need everybody to help stop the suffering and stop? There's Let's do that, too, because the objective is to stop the suffering and empower ourselves and go forward. That's the objective. Not to be the most oppressed but to be the most free and the shed had freedom with others because we do not want inflict on others where was inflicted on us, and that's What object? It was. That's what I deal with and rise up is we've got to rise up together. We may have to rise up with people that we did not know what have comfort with, but if they're ready to rise and do the right thing. Period and right thing by us Let's rise up because the people against all of us care nothing about destroying all of us. And if you don't believe it. Rerun the tape from last night..

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Managing director of the Cyber Readiness Institute, Kiersten Todt

The CyberWire

05:16 min | Last month

Managing director of the Cyber Readiness Institute, Kiersten Todt

"Of the things that was both exhilarating and created some awareness for me was the power of people to make change at the state level, and you know when I came to work in the federal government I think would always struck me as well particularly when I was working on the hill was that again, it was the choices and the decisions of individuals that have impact. I went up to the hill to work for Senator Lieberman as his economic policy adviser at the time. And the Governmental Affairs Committee you know at the time was truthfully one of the more boring committees did post office namings. Some appointments of positions that you're not really familiar with and it was this very interesting point of gut where. On the on paper, it didn't look interesting to me and I had actually just been offered a job in the private sector on urban development which I love. But something in my gut said to take it in my first assignment for him was to do a hearing on critical infrastructure protection that was scheduled for September twelfth two thousand one. So nine eleven happened on that Tuesday and we got on the phone Senator Lieberman, his staff director and a couple of working on the hearing and he said I want to go through with it, and so we were the only hearing on the hill on. September twelfth. It was very different hearing because we were supposed to have witnesses flying in and we just had two witnesses who could get to the get to the capital and in that hearing Senator Lieberman time to us and said, we need to look at having a Department of Homeland Security which does not sound as foreign now as it certainly did then no one was even using the word homeland long before the TV series long before anybody was looking at it. and. So I ended up working on the legislation to create de Adjusts from September to November vote to right up until President Bush came out with a counter to the D. adjust proposal in June of two, and then I began working with them and collaborating on that legislation and worked on drafting these cybersecurity infrastructure protection bioterror are indeed directorates for Diaz So. Working on that legislation I became involved in Cyber Security and risk management. And our emergency preparedness I moved out to California and worked with the governor's office on that, and then began getting involved in cybersecurity has the intersection with physical security. So as I was looking at risk management and emergency, management, and homeland. Security, from a physical side that quickly merged in over a couple of years with the inextricable link between Cyber Security and physical. Security. From there I started my own company looking at cyber risk management and was brought into work on the nist cybersecurity framework, and then in two thousand sixteen was asked by President Obama to run his commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity and following that work several of the Commissioners and myself launched a nonprofit called Cyber Readiness Institute the Mission of which is to convene senior leaders of global companies to provide free tools and resources for small businesses, and so that is what is currently taking my day to day as being able to provide tools to small businesses and cyber security recognizing that there are components in critical components of global value chains and we have to do more to help them. Unless I think what's important to remember about Cyber Security Policy in where these issues are, is that the two critical elements to them are about problem solving and building solutions, and what that means is that's a pretty interdisciplinary field and so what I would encourage individuals who are interested in the space to look at for themselves is recognized that there are a lot of skill sets and capabilities that are relevant to Cybersecurity, and historically we haven't done a great job of attracting the diversity of skill set. We tend to think it's about science and technology and engineering, but sociology psychology history politics. All of these aptitudes are really critical to cybersecurity and so being honest with yourself about what you. Are and then being able to feature them and position them as opportunities for building out. Innovation in this space. I would always encourage everybody to any individual to to go after what you really WanNa do. Don't waste time going after what you think you can get because you're worried about rejection or not being able to achieve it. I think what I have learned I'm I'm a big fan of cold calling. I'm not sure that it still is a an effective tool, but I've gotten some of the most interesting jobs by picking up the phone and cold calling as long as you can handle the word. No. It's always worth going after what you want because I think that in and of itself creates enthusiasm and interest in energy in yourself and to figure out what makes sense and I think sometimes as as humans, we tend to self select ourselves out of opportunities but I would encourage everyone to any person to really go after what they're most interested in at a minimum talk to the people who have the roles that you. Have to achieve.

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"lieberman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:31 min | 3 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"DVD Hey doctor Lieberman we're back we're back okay what a man is a retired postman he has no children is divorced he has a prostate cancers PSA was three point five nine yeah the funny examine the modulus prostate even those PSAs considered low you can have prostate cancer the PSA is one or two or three this man had a biopsy elsewhere is from that of cancer he chose to be true that's because you one of the best chance to be cancer free and he knows with us ninety five percent chance of be cancer free and returning them five years ago five years ago triggered his PSA zero he's doing well his cancer is in remission he is in remission doing well sex life works your inner life works he refused open surgery refused robotic surgery he refused long course of radiation he chose our outpatient treatment with invisible beams to attack the cancer precisely with a high quality of life and that's what he has five years later I would I would almost sixty nine years old born in New York City she has one son she has COPD she was seen by a pulmonary doctor one of the biggest hospitals they tried a biopsy they could do a biopsy the surgeon wanted to cut out her longer part of a longer term it was one point six centimeters it was new it was scarring shows fibrosis from emphysema and from smoking should a pet scan that showed disillusion the pet scan was highly suspicious for cancer shadowy biopsy attempted she came here what she just did not want to have someone cut out or long she knew of charted emphysema inches already short of breath of the cut out along she even be more short of breath so she didn't want surgery shouldn't want cutting shows if chemo doesn't work very well for long cancer for most cancers of the long chemotherapy doesn't buy anything maybe a few weeks or months of the best he didn't want the side effects of chemo shouldn't want the lack of cure from chemo chemo doesn't cure of no cars come along June one surgeries was clear what she wanted she came here her certain wanted to do surgery she was scheduled for surgery she was scheduled at this big hospital he was on the schedule for a long removal and then she came here and we treated her we treated her two years ago folder up her breathing is better the cancer's gone she's feeling great there's no cancer nothing cancer this is what we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Ottoman thirty eight through the heart of New York City what about a woman who's ninety two she's whittled chamber there French as a squamous carcinoma honor Shen it was a stage T. two she's born in Yugoslavia and well she chose our treatment because of the shared there's not much extra skin she didn't want to have surgery and then a flap of tissue from her buttocks ownership engine one prolong service you want invasive surgery and many people with skin cancers rather squamous cell occurs or Basil sour Karatoya cat thumb over treating even now woman successfully with melanoma of the skin she wanted our treatment highly successful treatment this is the work that we do every day every day this is the work that we do here at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway and third street in the heart of New York City I don't talk about a woman who comes to us fifty four years old from Jamaica and then in the Caribbean as we talked about earlier there's lots of cancer she's a black woman the death rate from breast cancer and black women is more than double its two hundred forty percent higher than other communities we treat men and women with cancer no matter what their race or re religion or creed we talk about the higher risk of the black community to give warnings so that people come in for checkups and you're always welcome to come in to get a check up if you want to know about the breasts of the prostate or whatever this woman came fifty four years old she had two children she came with her brother three years ago she had a right breast cancer stage three issue for alarm should chemotherapy and surgery and respected me and then no treatment well her doctors for got to giver at this super duper big place her doctors for got to get over the most important treatment under doctors for got to offer her maybe they are intentional treatment but while saving her breasts that did the mastectomy in the give came up but they forgot the most important treatment when I came to New York ninety seven percent of the women in New York we're getting mastectomies the biggest hospitals ninety seven percent of women getting mastectomies the big hospital ward my practice ninety percent of women were saving their breast without mistake to me in my practice why would it be in the big hospitals ninety seven percent of women are losing their breast and my practice ninety percent of women were keeping the press well the answer is easy it's not the women stop the cancer it's the mentality of the doctors and the hospitals so often doing such aggressive surgery so this woman had mastectomy didn't work had chemo didn't work the cancer came back she had pain in the chest pain in the excel and we treated her she had a two centimeter mass in her right Excellus at this mastectomy scar which the big hospital doctors laughter but the cancer came back right in the middle of where she had the surgery and the chemotherapy they forgot the most important treatment she came here we treated her to her more than a year ago that big mass in the armpit of breast area has gone away this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway fitment for breast and other cancers this is what we do every day but I would imagine we just finished his treatment recently came to us with the Gleason eight cancer PSA seven is referred by one of the big urologist at a localized cancer is seventy years old he's married he's got a wife he's got a daughter they were all here yes aneurysm and pacemaker heart disease stances on disabilities and retirement but he wants to be treated is seven years old he wants to be truly wants to be cured and we treated him without incident that's a beautiful thing you know if you're seventy with a pacemaker at all Sir and heart disease and stance on disability and retired our achievement general is very easy and well tolerated for patients that's why so many people come here every day come here for treatment this is the work that we do every day what about a woman who is seventy years old with a pancreas cancer with extensive cancer of the pancreas and the lymph nodes or CA ninety nine that blood test was very high was three hundred eighteen shed no treatment she was fine until last spring should constipation change in bowel habit she had the consultation of the stomach doctor show the cat scan the cat scan was negative shot another gastro just to them or I'd found a large pancreas maths those unresectable wrapped around the blood vessels and well she had a pet scan which showed a large amounts of them rice went for the biggest hospitals in Philadelphia her C. A. ninety nine the blood test was high and she came here because she understood the surgery for pancreas cancer just doesn't work it's not possible chemotherapy at best works only a few months that's why she chose our treatment that's why we offer our even to people with pancreas cancers this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirtieth street in the heart of New York City I'm such a leader men with her short break talk to you soon when Dr Lieberman came to New York from Harvard ninety seven percent of women in New York we're losing their breasts as breast cancer treatment but ninety percent of doctor Lieberman's patients with breast cancer were keeping their breasts Dr Lieberman and outspoken advocate of breast.

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"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

12:06 min | 5 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Just going to kind of go for people listening. We're in an order of thome nation size and if it's specific Johnny Bull. I hate to say this because I like money a lot but please do not add to the super chat at this point so thirty minutes ago. You going all right Zach toll says things that keep us entertained. Our cars like the VW. Air Tian and four series Grand Coupe. Really FOUR DOOR COUPE. Says they're marketed. Or they actually just wagons disguise. I I wrote a story. Ten years ago called Something like German grandma policy must be stopped or something. But it's basically like you know the Germans will just say that's that's a shooting brake. That's a coop. It's like one hundred Heintz. A shooting brake has two doors. Not Four and they're like that's the shooting. Yeah it's it's You know histories written by the winners so No it's not a coupe it's IT'S A it's a sedan with less headroom that they charge more money for but they look good. Yeah I I. I'm with Jani on all that. I don't have anything to add. All right Houston brace says who would be faster around in unfamiliar Trek Person. A drive rear wheel drive manual cars in real life but has zero track or racing experience or person B. WHO's only during front wheel drive economy cars in real life but has sim and understands racing. I assume they're both in real draft car during the same. I mean I you know neither I mean that's a pretty fucking out there hypothetical. I mean this is. This is the old man I think I'm older than you matt. So I'm going to give the old mansor and that's at sooner complete bullshit and If you don't have track experience like whoever has like one lap in under their belt is going to be quicker than the guy that has no laps. Yeah Track Experience Beats Car experience for sure. Yeah Dr rear-drive like you kind of just go balls out but you gotta be comfortable with going balls out. Doesn't matter what the car is true. release says when it comes to bring beer and making bread. What ingredients do you have or sorry? What ingredients do you have to be precise in proportions? With and What ingredients can you play around with? you can play around with everything I think it's it becomes a technique thing and this is this is impossible to like down but like when I when I used to brew beer. There's a a wonderful journey. Were called up for law from four LAV means you re circulate the maths through the grain bed and There's there's A. There's a time when if I've making the beer I say that's enough and if someone else is doing it they say that's enough when the beer starts to boil what I call. A boil is different than what you call it. Boil when you're making bread. There's a feel so the water to flour ratio. I know what it feels like. This hand knows this hand. I never use but this knows what it feels like. I can't write that down. I don't know how to say like it's exactly this moist but I I've you know when this one was less moist than than I ate the bread. I'm like Oh yeah that was. That was had this problem and it was when it was more watery. That loaf had this problem. So it's it's like anything in life it's experience like I was I was There's a guy Mike Israel are our last name but he's like a weightlifter guy. I fall on instagram. And he put up a thing and he was like the secret to getting strong is to work out three to five times a week for ten years. The secret to getting strong has to work out three to five times a week for ten years And nobody wants to hear that. Yeah totally powerlifting documentary. It was on Netflix. The one with all the bigger stronger faster bigger. No it was all about steroids. No no no. This is the one about like four different powerlifters. Like who are trying to be the the the best powerlifter whatever and there was three younger guys in their late. Twenties and early Thirties. And then there was one guy who was like forty seven and the three young guys. It was like their whole family revolved around. They're eating and they're working out in their routine. His everyone pitched in and then the older guy was like had like seventeen other hobbies besides lifting and and he had what he called old man's strength because he said his your cells replenish every so many years and all of his cells were replenished with the strong cells and so he at the end. I hate to give away. Spoiler alert documentary spoiler at the end when they go to the to the final competition. The old guy like Fox up these young guys without even trying and and it's got the old man he says. There are so many variables with strength but like everything else being equal a healthy man in his Even late forties early fifties can be stronger than a young man in his twenties. Just because the older guys been just been working out longer and and you have the you have the potential keep getting strong into your fifties was density and also like. I don't know people like my dad has very strong hands and forearms and it's not he doesn't he didn't lift weights but it's like he has spent seven years working with his hands. The doctor body also like does construction project like you do shit. If you keep using your hands like you'll see an old guy and his his fingers like fifty percent thicker than my finger. Bro You seventy five year old. Nana thicken fucking me dough like a boss I was in? I was in Dingle Ireland Fisher Day dingle but the fishermen old school they don't have a crane to actually pull the fucking ropes their forearms and I have like I actually trained my forums. Their forms were thicker than this. I mean it was. I was inefficient ship shop. Just staring at this man's arms because it's forms were bigger and yeah I mean look the other thing is there's genetic potential strength so like my dad was just really really strong. I'm I kind of inherited some of that like I. I've always been able to like I can take a beer bottle cap like smash it flat and my fingers. You know you tear the cards. Yeah your cars. That's yeah and it's like of its training. I know how to train forums. Most people don't know how to train forms because why would you would have boring muscle but I constantly no ring. Yeah hanging is like one of the best training nothing else. Just hang hang from a bar and then switched to a towel on you. Hang from a towel. You get your thumb involved. And that's that's interesting. That's the secret to grip Bela's so it's you can actually get stronger now. You get everything else. Sucks you like everything hurts? You know if I sleep if I sleep on the pillow wrong. It's like I I fucking building you know am winded and I'm ugly fat but a pretty strong then. You're good at making bread. Which was the point of the question and this makes perfect. That's how we got there. I forgot took a hard. There's no we're allowed to do that. I have one quick bread question Whatever like when you when you put your yeast with your with your water right. It says put the Houston lukewarm water. What temperature do you call? Lukewarm like was he lukewarm. I do call matter. It doesn't matter. Here's a secret ready This is going to blow your mind. Yeast is cheap us. More whatever whatever the recipe says triplet seriously. Yeah that's what I do o o Cheat on. I didn't realize that it will. The cost of it wasn't the hold back for me. Honestly I just know that. That's what the recipe required. And if you put too much it would get to yeasty in. That would somehow be a problem. No no no let's Yeah it's it's IT'S I. You know everything. I know about bread. I learned from a book called my bread by Jim. Lahey who owns a bakery And I think when he developed all the recipes he was using his yeast strain which is better than you can buy at home. He was using his oven which is like a ten fifty thousand dollars. You probably have a five hundred dollar oven. He was using like you know His salt which is probably the best salt in the world. My secret to bread is I use three times as much salt. are US three times as much yeast and And I turned the oven up a little bit good tip. That's a really good tip. I'll three of those. Tips are really good. I actually really liked those all right. Cool my specialty skillet. Cornbread skill if you can't even fuck with my skillet cornbread. It's bomb is fuck is. It's the Shit Pasta. I I haven't really posted it yet because I gotta get to like a level where I'm comfortable with but I'm Gonna I'm GonNa take over the Pie will send you my Tuscan Women Cook so me and my wife for our honeymoon we went to this thing called Tuscan Women Cook. It's a week in Tuscany with these old Nawaz teaching a Cook Tuscan food. I will send you their lasagna recipe. It's extremely game over. You cannot go back once you've had anyone who wants to do a great vacation in Italy Tuscan Women. Cook was GonNa hit Ya. I I mean we had booked these tickets and fucking like September to go and made Italy for ten days. And we're just completely hosed because I'm sorry that sucks balls dude more re figure it out. We'll get them. We'll get the house. It'll be fucking great. What is bringing the Tuscan Women with us? Find Zach. What else do the people have Said you told me to come back and ask him and Johnny was on. I am a medium format film photographer by Hobby and I would like some recommendations on landscape spots in La so interesting. He lost me with words like medium. I think he he knows that you know pretty places. That's probably what I'm right. Look I would say this right now. Go Down to Panga Canyon in Malibu It is like duck in popping is seen more beautiful. It's so green right now dark green and look the antelope valley as well right now. There's a super bloom and Antelope Valley with poppies dude. Right now is the best time to take architecture photographs because there's no fucking people on the streets. How often you get take architecture. Photographs or urban photographs empty streets in daylight. That's like that never happens. I say this but we. We did a photo shoot a few weeks ago and we were. We were a Pacific Design Center. And I'm like we're going to the next spot and I'm like let's just go to the Chinese theater and u-turns in Hollywood Boulevard. Because there's no one there shot in front of the fucking Chinese Theater Doing u-turns on Hollywood boulevard. There's no people. Yeah we had Ted Cashew on the show a couple of weeks ago and he was just saying take advantage of that for urban and architecture photography for sure yeah I mean I. I grew up like a few miles from Malibu I learned to drive was driving the Malibu. I've never seen it looked better and and also like La air-quality right now is is is is better than Ben in I mean. I'm going to be forty five soon as better. You know. I've never seen it like this. Yeah so we got a nice clean air right now. It's very very good. Time to get on Setzer. You're breathing in now folks..

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New York Coronavirus Hospitalizations Hit Lowest Level In Over A Month

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:45 min | 5 months ago

New York Coronavirus Hospitalizations Hit Lowest Level In Over A Month

"Than ten thousand people were hospitalized Saturday in New York state with covert nineteen that's significant because it's the lowest tally since the third week of March and it drops into the four digit realm hospitalizations peaked at eighteen thousand eight hundred twenty five April twelfth and felt almost half that on Saturday more than nineteen thousand one hundred people in the empire state of dying from corona virus though the total doesn't include more than fifty three hundred deaths in the city they were attributed to the virus on death certificates but were not confirmed by lab tests on Saturday two hundred eighty people died from the disease the lowest daily total since March twenty ninth well there were two hundred fifty three fatalities St Pete with seven hundred ninety nine deaths in one day back on April ninth the worst of the first wave of cases in the tri state may be behind us now the governors are now preparing for what some predict may be a very difficult second wave during flu season tri state governors are already taking the lessons learned so far and preparing for a possible resurgence joined by four of the six other governors in the northeast region via video core already coordinating on re opening their state's governor Cuomo announced a new initiative we're going to form a consortium with R. seven northeast partner states which by about five billion dollars worth of equipment and supplies that that will will then then increase increase our our market market power power he he says says they they all all continue continue to to have have trouble trouble procuring procuring PP PP testing testing supplies supplies and and ventilators ventilators and and hopes that buying power will make it easier and cheaper but he's hoping to avoid the same scramble for PP at the second wave of covert nineteen happens we're going to put in a state requirement now that every hospital has to have a ninety day supply stockpile the raw stockpile senator Lieberman ten ten wins

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"lieberman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Lieberman were back we are back when they've sector leader men that would take about a matter seventy nine years old I know this man because he brought other people for cancer treatment for years and this man brought them he translated his friends from central Europe and from Croatia and Yugoslavia and anyway he is so loving kind man who brings other people helps other people and now he was born in Montenegro Yugoslavia he was born there and he was helping so many other people and then he comes this week and he tells me about himself and I was a little bit shocked because he's always helping other people is a helper just like you listen to the radio learning and helping other people well who is he was very spry seventy nine year old man if you look at him he looks like he's fifty nine of seventy nine but that's the way he looks anyway he finally talked about his own condition he's got two children and one child who died fifteen years ago and he had years ago cryo therapy for prostate cancer he himself had prostate cancer never told me about it he went to one of the super bowl for big hospitals yet cryotherapy cryo other Latin term for freezing freezing therapy to the prostate and well they didn't give him describe how they gave him a hormone shots at the same time when they get hormone shots at the same time they often do it because the hormone shots the low price makes a PSA go down low so men who have treatment for prostate cancer don't know what's working or not working because you get the cryo therapy and they get the hormone shots the PSA goes down anyway because temporarily from the Lupron and two other have they think they should be happy because the PSA is low but then shortly thereafter the PSA the cancer come referring back and that's exactly what happened to this man yet yet cryotherapy which is not considered by many a primary method of treatment of prostate cancer is not one of the mainstays of cancer treatment you sure can be used but a lot of things can be used you can scratch your nose with your toes but that's not the normal thing to do and so he had cryotherapy that didn't work the cancer came rip roaring back and he had leakage of the urine and since a cryotherapy of lots of complications number one it didn't work the cryo therapy at the super duper big hospital then he said erections were lost with that cryotherapy Andreas urinary leakage and urinary problems and then the PSA's been coming up and up and up and up so a couple years ago was six and then I went to seven and most recently was twelve and then the cancer is back of course how do you know and you can turn to our prostate cancer book that you can open up the inside covers is how do you know I'll read it to me I've got a copy right here read it to you get your own copy our office even now the inside back cover it says PSA after our treatment Dr Lieberman how do I know my treatment is successful for prostate cancer and my prostate cancer's gone how do you know your favorite successful well the PSA should descend to zero and stay there for the rest of your life you got that the PSA should go down to zero and stay there for the rest of your life well this man's PSA after the Lupron where it wore off it just kept on rising and rising and rising does the cryo therapy doesn't work the crowd therapy didn't hear of the cryotherapy caused him to be impotent to cryotherapy caused him to leave here in the cryotherapy didn't work it didn't fulfill any of its so called promises and now he comes to me to be evaluated and he says what's going on I said what's going on your treatment didn't work your cream was toxic and that stage you up and we staged a mop and we've got scans of his body we checked his body we checked his prostate we checked his bones and yet others modules in his prostate with recurrent cancer that cryotherapy didn't even treat success with the cancer in the prostate cancers back and now he's back with me and he wants to be treated he wants the best success he wants to.

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"lieberman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lieberman at two one two choices for free informative booklet and DVD Hey doctor Lieberman were back what about a man who's sixty five years old he worked in the computer industry he was seen by his doctors find until about two years ago when he had blood coming from his nose had no pain he was seen by an E. N. T. went to doctors in Florida they thought he had a benign polyp that told to come back in six months it more more bleeding I symptoms yet tearing us yet itchiness in this hi he was seen by an ophthalmologist who told to go back to it knows doctor went back to knows doctor in Miami thank you is thought to have a cancer inside the nose there's different kinds of nose can't trust people of cancer like squamous cell and basal cell on the skin of the knows that we treat those with high success rates non invasively without the cutting without the bleeding without deformity but is read at a mass in the side that knows eating through the maxillary sinus eating into their high orbit area and he was biopsy done was a plasma side Tommy so surgeons who wanted to remove his nose yes you heard right there under removes knows who he refused surgery and finally saw a doctor in New Jersey said Hey you want to see doctor Lieberman and the patient called up made an appointment call us at two one two choices and I reviewed him I saw him some a year ago and he had a plasma site told me the cancer of the blood system all localized in the nose and sinuses hi Andy had obstruction at a big fleshy mass on the right side of his nose going up to the nose going up to the brain going into the eyes and sinuses and he wanted me to treat it we asked us to treat because of our experience and our precision and decades and our leadership of a radio surgery and yes this is the work we do and we came back to me this week in remission doing well the masses gone is doing well there's no more bleeding there's no more mass and examined and of course we're doing staging work and we stage every patient blood tests this is the work that we do every day so for this man who had this big cancer in the nose of plasmacytoid Thomas who did not want to have is those operated on and was delayed in diagnosis I thought it was a pilot but I thought it was all kinds of things he finally came to us with no cutting no bleeding invisible beams we attacked his cancer and he's now cancer free is in remission doing great I don't figure out a sixty four year old man Samantha sent by another physician this is a surgeon who hates to do surgery on the prostate because he knows that doing surgery of the prostate opener robotic most likely would damage the sexual life in your inner life of patients and has a lousy success rate compared to ours so he sends always cancer patients with prostate to us he's done it for years the patients a sixty four year old Hispanic man he's a taxi driver and a high PSA is PSA was so eleven point seven Gleason seven cancer did a biopsy and well he sent the patient the doctor said the patient here because of his high risk features with high risks in the world of prostate cancer well PSA that blood test prostatic specific antigen was more than ten Gleason score how the cancel to the microscope was more than six the range is two to ten he came to us he also has diabetes and other medical condition is an ex smoker I examined him with a large prostate we treated him and we took him years ago and now he is cancer free doing well his sexual life works is your inner life works which is so different than if it had radical surgery robotic surgery open surgery so with us we.

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Bigfoot Shares an Update on How Hes Handling the Coronavirus

The Howard Stern Show

05:23 min | 6 months ago

Bigfoot Shares an Update on How Hes Handling the Coronavirus

"Show. I did tell you that we had not heard from bigfoot but I do have a bigfoot update and that finally just with this because of corona. It's really weird. He did check in with us but in typical bigfoot fashion. I mean literally. It's been months since we heard from him. Shouli had been trying to track them down. We couldn't get a hold of him and I mean we do have a phone number into his house and sal or something. But I don't know what was going on. But he wasn't picking up and we didn't know we feared he was in hiding or in jail or dead but last week this is just so in keeping with bigfoot bigfoot called former Howard one hundred news reporter Jon Lieberman at now. Lieberman hasn't worked with US per year. He doesn't work here anymore. Lieberman quickly being the excellent news person he is and since he receives superior training from me. Howard Stern Lieberman was able to record the call so we can hear POW bigfoot to doing so thank you John for that right off the bat. Bigfoot said he didn't have corona virus. He wanted everyone to know. But who knows you know he might still get it but so far so good. Here's Big Fund Mark. I'm Li- Hey It's Jon Lieberman during much what's going on. How are you doing? I wanted to check got too close wires yet. You don't have it yet. No I or no fever. I got a little bit of time. You have a runny nose cough but no fever. Fever what about body aches. No M- real body aches. Nellie you go show partial good only to symptoms. That's it but I think he always had a cough because he smokes and he. Yeah he's always had a terrible cough. Bigfoot is not exactly sticking to the quarantine this might shock you rub and he's still going out and it sounds like he's turned his home into a bar like a like a like hang. Hang out listen to this and see what you get out of it. How have you been doing with the lockdown? No the neural. I'm going once in a while. What have you been going out to do all going to go? Slow shop cigarettes all kinds of good stuff. So you're not staying inside. Oh you're not staying inside you know why because I have things to do. Run ALONG GHERKINS BUSINESS. So people are coming into your home blown. Yes and you think that's okay. You think that bar we out cigarette slow game. We smoked by wrinkle wind. Gore's we're go- area now and now a net slow but thinks he's running a loansharking business which I'm wondering around loansharking business. I think he probably worked for a loan shark or and I guess he's the enforcer you see him on the door you pay up you pay what you right? That's the only figure but he seems to have turned his home into a bar. So that concerned us of course concern. Jon Lieberman report him. He's violating the lockdown. But he claims he social distancing even though he's not worried about catching the corona virus. He's it's weird listened to more. What about social distancing can't stand you what what about social distance thing? That's so I gotta run coming over. Tomorrow would get me high. Yes but social. Distancing is gang Isley. Six-speed away from people. This is the way for them on top of them so when they come to your house you stay six feet away. Yes someone like that. Yeah how concerned are you about Corona virus concerns on? I don't care by gender not bigfoot attitude to have well. I don't care whether I catch it or not. Bigfoot says he still renting rooms out in his apartment. He's going businesses. He's a loan shark. He's got a bar. Tell Jon Lieberman try to get more details? But bigfoot again had trouble hearing him. This is a constant problem. I guess big foot's developed a hearing problem. Listen to this exciting exchange. Are you still renting rooms out? Even through Corona virus are you. What are you still renting rooms out? Even though corona. I don't think that's down say survive. Are you sharing bathroom and here you? Why are you sharing the bathroom and kitchen here? You are you sharing the bathroom and the kitchen again okay. I'll try you later. I'll try I'll try you a little later. Going pretty exciting it's comforting. I think to know that some things. Don't

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"lieberman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lieberman I'm real doctor knows lots of people talking on the radio and on television and life and down the street and you never know who's talking or what their credentials are then most likely they don't have any credentials but they're giving advice and that's not a very good thing and it ends up with lots of bad outcomes of bad results and with someone without credentials of no experience gives bad advice the patients offers about that person who gives the bad advice that patient just keeps on giving bad advice how does that person no good advice or bad advice he's probably she's probably not a scholar or medical doctor board certified or trained now but doesn't prevent people from giving advice even on the radio people are sometimes call themselves doctors as well as people are doctors in some countries if you go to college or called to solve doctor you don't be a medical doctor M. D. to be a doctor can be a doctor of philosophy there's some people on television networks around the medical sections who call themselves Dr acts of internet doctors of medicine but they give the illusion of that so people think that their medical doctors not all doctors are am DES medical doctors not all medical doctors are trained not all medical doctors are board certified so I'll introduce myself in a few minutes but I want to know why we're on the right here we're here to educate we're not selling anything not selling any products from asking for your money with us you can send in fifty thousand stamps to get a sample of X. Y. Z. no everything here is gratis it's for free good to listen and learn for free you get to sit back and learn and hopefully you'll learn a lot just like a student a medical student learns like I learned in medical school one patient at a time that's how we learn here and I know there's many doctors who listen to this show and I love to listen to the show and every doctor I speak to says our listeners char subs a rethink correctly say yes that's exactly correct and may I say even some doctors who work in hospitals when I say it is a true even when I say a lot about the hospitals as a hundred percent true and when I talk about patients sometimes the patients or families say Hey doc I heard you talking about my wife or my husband yesterday and I say was true was everything accurate and they always say yes it was accurate I've never heard any dissent the it was anything other the straight facts so that's what we do every day we take notes we come here and we'll learn together so going to jump right in can learn I wanted but one of the most compelling stories yeah one of most compelling stories of the week this is a woman I saw two.

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"lieberman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:04 min | 6 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Lieberman even if your heart isn't really working very well even if your objection fractions twenty five percent even if you're an age of revelation even if you're eighty six year old I don't know anyone who wants to die don't really know anyone who wants to die people say whether fifty all right I'm eighty five I don't care well then here comes a man who's eighty six and he finds out about treatment if he wants to live and that's normal this is the work that we do every day we do this work every day and we're on the radio to educate because this man who went to the super duper illustrious even was telling me it's so prestigious and so famous and so a lot of stress was so lustrous of Saddam home to die and then he came here and he realized he has a chance to get into remission and that's what he wants and this is the work we do this is what we do every day educating every day we're here so that you can get better health care so you can tell your friends and you can tell your neighbors and I know that you do that because so many patients I talked to I asked them how did you come here they said well someone to listen to your radio show told me I should give you a call and I don't even know that person I saw him I was at Macy's I was walk around Macy's talking about my cancer and someone overheard me talking about my cancer they patted me on the shoulder and gave me your business card to say Hey you better call doctor Lieberman and that happens every day because educated people like you like to help other people and we have lots of information to send to you you can call our office even now to get a booklet to get a DVD to get business cards have a new booklet all about the history of radiosurgery just came to us is just printed it's called the origin of body radiosurgery in the Americas is beautiful document of beautiful booklet the new come into our office and pick it up you can come into our office and get a copy get an extra copy and pass it on to your friends and neighbors give it to your friends and neighbors why because this is the work that we do every day and the main thing that we do every day is to educate so people with cancer and suspected cancer whether it's a lump in the breast or difficulty urinating or high PSA losing blood like this man losing blood of having a rectal cancer can get new choices get new options and learn about things that even though he went to the most prestigious super duper famous illustrious hospital where they sent him home to die he came here to thirteen eighty four Broadway learned about options and chose the options to be treated to the **** where the cancer started to be treated to the liver where the cancer traveled on our goal is to get him in to remission with treatment as well tolerated how does radiosurgery work well we make a mold around the body we computerized the body we find the cancer for example this man we find the.

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"lieberman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lieberman at two one two choices for free informative booklet and DVD aid Dr Lieberman were back we are back took about another patient everyday we see so many patients everyday we take notes all talk about a man who had a lung cancer is seventy six years old he was never married and no children he was a smoker for sixty years so most people start smoking if they start at around sixteen well he came to me after smoking sixty years of age seventy six and what happened to him while he was coughing up blood which is worrisome side losing blood is always worrisome he went to one of those super pro per biggest hospitals in New York City and radical surgery on his left lung cancers and reading into the floor of the covering of the long there were no lymph nodes involved the surgeon remove that part of the long and told him everything was okay did need any other treatment and the surgeon told me was cared famous last words a surgeon does super duper hospital told was geared well that was great to say but you don't know if you're cured until something else happens and the surgeon spoke too soon which is often the case often we see certain jurors saying all we got all the cancer and then six months later they're here at thirteen eighty four Broadway for us to get out the cancer well this man have those long partially removed lost half of his lifelong when he coughed up blood there was a mass ridge a big hospital and then I'll follow up scan the cancer was eating through up to they order which is the main blood vessel from the heart all the blood leaves the heart the left ventricle goes through the aorta and his cancer was up against and eating around the order and the surgeon this rustic certain time was going to cut it out well it's up against a major blood vessel there are leading through it but the surgeon miss when I was in the log which is an easier operation now he wants to cut out this man's cancer operon the order was you had to cut out the order to do a transplant Thurman heart machine well it was all done and then someone this super duper hospital canceled the surgery they told the surgeon you can't do that and well the patient then heard about us through a radio listeners like you okay man we stage of the patient and there was one mass on the left side eating threw up again say or into and well I saw this man five years ago with this cancer metastatic recurrent cancer after surgery failed this big hospital yeah this one's side with cancer Poughkeepsie or to people come as a doctor Lieberman my catches up against a orders the big lymph node ordered surgery or RT of this or do that and I tell them we've tried about forty thousand patients we have a huge experience probably one of the largest experiences in the world with three treatment treating people after the usual treatment failed can I talk to this man we talked about all the options you talked about surgery and chemo and standard radiation and what he was most intrigued about interested about and shows was radio surgery from the doctor first in America with radio surgery so you understand why one doctor stood up was in the big hospitals where they were happy to do the surgery and weeks and weeks of standard radiation and months of endless chemotherapy it came it would have been for the rest of his life which you know what that means in surgery wasn't really feasible standard radiation doesn't work very well for long cancers that's why he chose radiosurgery here at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirtieth street in the heart of New York City we treated him five years ago and he came in this week number after he had surgery the cancer came referring back which to them five years ago for metastatic cancer they order wrapped around the.

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Israel Election: Netanyahu Won, So Did Arabs

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Israel Election: Netanyahu Won, So Did Arabs

"The surgeon Arab voter turnout was key to depriving prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his national allies a parliamentary majority in this week's Israeli election correspondent foreign Lieberman reports Netanyahu still found a way to claim victory Netanyahu claimed victory on election night on Monday night he claimed victory again on Wednesday night saying he has the majority of design is votes in this country saying the joint list of our parties doesn't figure into this equation the head of the joint was fired back saying on Twitter Netanyahu wouldn't recognize democracy if it served him three

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Was Toasting Victory. Now He's Toast. - The Daily Beast

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Was Toasting Victory. Now He's Toast. - The Daily Beast

"Now Israeli election results are in once again it appears prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has prematurely claimed victory the final but unofficial election results so Benjamin Netanyahu has failed for a third time to secure his position as prime minister his right wing bloc won fifty eight seats three short of what's needed to form a new government worse still Netanyahu's nemesis on the right of a door Lieberman is indicating help create a political alliance with centrist general Benny guns that could position guns to form a government before Netanyahu or work to pass legislation denying the prime minister was indicted on corruption for leading the

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Israel: third time lucky?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:35 min | 7 months ago

Israel: third time lucky?

"There is possibly good news. At least four Israeli voters wearied of the regular trudge to the polling stations. They might not be obliged to vote for the fourth time in a year or so. This week's general election the third in eleven months appears to have been slightly more decisive than its two predecessors while nobody has an outright majority in the Knesset Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu's conservative block on not far short of one failure to assemble a governing. Coalition from here would require rancor and chaos remarkable even by the standards of Israeli politics. This is also obviously provisionally. Good news for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu inasmuch as it looks like Benjamin Netanyahu will get to carry on being Israel's prime minister a job. He has already done longer than anyone else. In the country's history Netanyahu's Likud party won more votes than in September or in April last year. And turnout was actually up on the last couple of elections as for the bad news. There's a fair bit to go round breaking news to bring to Israel's attorney. General has indicted the prime minister. Benjamin Netanyahu on multiple corruption charges varies the extremely imminent potential political and legal complication of a serving prime minister standing trial as things stand. Netanyahu is due before the beak in Jerusalem on March seventeenth to begin answering charges of fraud. Bribery and breach of trust go tonight. We are witnessing an attempted. Coup against a serving prime minister based on fabrications and a tainted biased investigative process in this tainted process. They weren't after the truth. They were after me. The investigators didn't pressure the witnesses. To tell the truth they crush them with threatening extortion to tell a lie above sutan biscuit. W meme Sheku. He may apply for a delay citing the imperative of forming a new government. But even if he gets one it likely won't be for long. Israel's judiciary is not known for its difference to politicians within the last decade one former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and one former president Mashi Katzav have served prison sentences after being convicted of various offenses. There appears to be also the further recession of any possibility anytime soon of a meaningful peace agreement with Israel Palestinian neighbors notwithstanding the diligent labours of US president. Donald Trump's son-in-law for a moment imagine a new reality in the Middle East imagine a bustling commercial and tourist centre in Gaza in the West Bank for international businesses. Come together and thrive whose vision for the region unveiled earlier. This year seems already to be regarded by all concerned as a sort of high-spirited indiscretion which everyone has agreed. It is best to discreetly. Forget the name of the Momma Nittany Univer me and my whole name but flew up naming the name today. I am announcing to apply with the formation of the next government Israeli sovereignty on the Jordan Valley and the northern dancy. Manila Netanyahu's latest election campaign. Bet Big on further Israeli expansion into the West Bank days before polls opened. He announced his intention to assume a plan. Long buried by international condemnation for three and a half thousand new settlers homes which would effectively connect the West Bank settlement of Malaya Dem- with Jerusalem. He may now also feel emboldened to act on previous threats to formally annex portions of Palestinian land and it is obviously a grim result for Israeli opposition to Benjamin Netanyahu and its present principal figurehead retired general and foam Israel. Defense Forces. Chief. Bennigan's is I told you one year ago I into politics because I feel for our internal unit reach prevail over every enemy time and time again by sticking together was being torn apart if an opposition cannot in three quick fire attempts finish off a tired belligerent and entitled Prime Minister Facing Serious Criminal charges a long and unflinching look in the mirror is probably overdue ahead of Netanyahu now lies the horse. Trading arm twisting and carrot dangling necessary to get his block from the fifty eight Knesset seats. It has to the sixty one. It needs to govern. He will probably find this possible. Even Benny Ganz has conceded that neither he nor anyone else in Israel fancies yet another trip to the polls indeed. It's not altogether impossible. That members of Gansters Liberal Cavan alliance or even Gansu himself may perceive long-term mileage in being seen to prioritize ability and agree to Netanyahu up in the short term in the immediate aftermath of this latest election defeat dance failed to reiterate his previous ironclad objection to serving a prime minister under indictment. However vidor Lieberman leader of the nationalist Yisrael Beiteinu party remains the potentially crucial kingmaker. And though he also says he doesn't want another election he doesn't want Netanyahu either Another possibly significant Straw in the wind a strong showing for the joint list an alliance principally representing Israel's Arab citizens the joint list. One Fifteen Knesset seats on Monday up to from September more than half a million Israelis voted for them including according to Joint Lewis Chairman. I'm an odor many Jews depressed. By Netanyahu's bellicose and nationalistic conservatism. Demagogues and populists often accidentally contrived to energize their opponents and catalyze new kinds of opposition. It's a long way off and may indeed never happen. But it would be something. If Benjamin Netanyahu's real legacy turned out to be a strengthened Israeli left united across sectarian lines

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Netanyahu's future still uncertain after Israeli election

Pod Save the World

05:58 min | 7 months ago

Netanyahu's future still uncertain after Israeli election

"Let's turn to Israel. This week is rarely voters went to the polls for the third time in a year. Yes a year So first of all of the results that ninety percent in the last time I checked prime minister bb. Netanyahu was winning and projected to win fifty nine seats in. Israel's parliament the Knesset so that's good news for bb because he's five or six seats ahead of any guns from the blue and white party whose his chief rival but it still not be enough to end this electoral purgatory citizens. And here's why so. Israel's system is not like ours. You don't win the election. And then you're in charge. You have to build a coalition that controls sixty one of the one hundred twenty seats in the Israeli Knesset in the last two elections and Netanyahu Angolans have failed in that coalition building task So now they're gonNA try again. Ben Is pretty depressing. That voters didn't care about the fact that Netanyahu is going to stand trial in a few weeks on corruption charges in fact. Bb has gained votes since the September elections so cool. It's also depressing for those of us. Who WANT A two states solution in Israel because both candidates out there talking about annexing the West Bank? Interestingly an alliance of Arab voters did well in selection and They're now the third biggest party in Israel. So That's interesting chaining dynamic but you know in the near future. I think a lot of people worried that Israel is careening towards a constitutional crisis or even a fourth election because bb is about to stand trial and will likely demagogue and say fake news and say it's a witch hunt to get him just like trump because they're the same person. Yeah and I feel like we've had the same conversation now. Three times And this question will be. Can he can form a coalition get to sixty votes He may need the help of avenue or Lieberman Israeli politician. Who's kind of become quite An ENEMY OF BBC. At least in in that case you know we could return to one of the formulas that we talked about in the fall. Some form of unity government or agreement where they rotate as prime minister's all this is pretty bleak because Israel can't break this logjam. Bbc poising their politics with increasingly extremist positions. You know we've evolved in the third election. All the way to the fish in the West Bank Each election it kind of gets worse in terms of BB's platform on the Palestinians It speaks Not just the polarization in Israeli society in that. Bbc has kind of a big media apparatus and demagogues the opposition. But also you know Benny. Gones is just not a good politician. You know for those who don't follow as closely like you know he's a former military guy kind of the centrist who could be a you know a safe space for a bunch of different parties but political talent like he he he didn't wasn't a natural communicator. And I think the only way for the CENTRE-LEFT WE'VE IN THE CENTER. I guess in Israel to really break through is that they're going to need someone with more political chops at some point. They're going to need a leader or you know grassroots movement combined with lear that they can overcome bb's support which is not a majority of the country but is a strong minority in enough to kind of hold the line here in prevents someone else like. Gods from winning so You know we could be headed towards a messy coalition politics in some bizarre unity government Tumbled over whether these indictments against bb go forward. In any event. I think the situation with the Palestinians is very grim And is really politics until bb can finally exit stage right here. And hopefully the center of the centre-left can get stronger leader. We're going to be kind of stuck in this place. Maybe they can borrow one of our. Amer candidates primary speaking of which Last week we talked about Bernie Sanders decision to skip the APEC conference. The Big Pro Israel lobby conference so At that that this weekend the Israeli ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said we don't want Sanders APEC. We don't want him in Israel. Anyone who calls our prime minister a racist either a liar. Ignorant fool or both which is very charming The CEO of a pack hard core also obliquely accused sanders of demonizing Israel. Nate that gave Mike Pence a platform to smear Bernie into Democrats side. Israel's enemies so it was nice of these folks to almost immediately prove that Bernie's fishing was a wise one. And I would suggest everyone listening that if you want a vibrant democratic Israel Checkout Jay Street. Yeah Yeah it to me. The the biggest problem here right is the the massive red carpet that they roll out every time for bb and his biggest goons and for like pants and Mike Pompeo and these guys and then you know they they have some democratic members of Congress. We've always gone to a pack. And they they try to claim. This broad bipartisan view of things. This is not on the level here. You know APEC wants to be able to put the bipartisan stamp of approval on itself while relentlessly over the last several years. Supporting the agenda of the Likud party in Israel and the Republican Party in the United States relentlessly attacking Barack Obama. Frankly putting us in this shitty situation that we're in where we pulled out of the Iran nuclear agreement so actively harming US interests with the end of the Iran nuclear agreement and then complaining that people don't show up at their conference. I mean come on guys like And then you know dunking on everybody because a bunch of other candidates like send videos like the. I hate to break it to you. The people send videos to a lot of things. Right also is a racist. I mean he's he's says racist things on the regular choice last laws that devalues human beings who happen to be Arab. Yeah yeah I mean and and every election we get this rhetoric about the Arabs voting is in an inherently bad when they are citizens of Israel. You know so Like I I'm I'm kind of you. Know over this debate We'll keep watching the election

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Israel: Benjamin Netanyahu defeats Gantz, but is still short a majority

John Batchelor

05:03 min | 7 months ago

Israel: Benjamin Netanyahu defeats Gantz, but is still short a majority

"We start with the reporting out of Israel the third election in as many tries looks according to the headlines to have given baby Netanyahu returned to power bot because the Israeli system is unusual to me I hesitate Malcolm a very good evening to you the news says that prime minister Netanyahu claimed victory the news indicates that his coalition has sixty seats which is enough for a majority in the Knesset given that the opposition does not have sixty has somewhat less than sixty in addition the news says that Netanyahu's vote count increased seventy one percent over well it's not quite seventy in the last term and that there was a larger vote turnout and excited voter turnout that tends to be an endorsement so I'm going to hold back until you bless this good evening to Malcolm good evening this is not going to be one of those thirty second explanations because it's much more complicated than what you said is right the turnout was larger but the outcome is still unclear it seems that the latest consensus polls is that the right wing coalition led by Netanyahu has a total of fifty nine seats there are a hundred twenty seats altogether when you need sixty one that majority and to be automatically mandated or given preference to form the government it's up to the president but now to look at the results and then to make a decision about which party can be asked to form a government based on assumptions or me the recommendations I should say from the different parties about which wich leader they would back so it's a combination of parties given Netanyahu sixty seats or fifty nine as backing and let's go to the left wing coalition led by blue and white then he would most likely give the mandate although it's complicated because Netanyahu on March seventeenth faces the opening of the trial and it's not clear if the president will give it to somebody under indictment or whether they will ask for differently could leader but the numbers themselves have very because you still have the army both have other outstanding votes that have to come in and the initial numbers role based on exit polls and the initial results and you're the one who told me a long time ago the first and second as stories are are wrong so the that right now it looks like the consensus of all the polls is that he has fifty nine and it depends on where some of the other parties like Lieberman's party is estimated between seven and eight it may not sound like a big difference with that seat can account to a lot of difference in the collision the Arab bloc god by consensus I think fifteen seats which is very large and it was a big turn out in the Arab votes some say it was an anti trump vote some say it was just that they were motivated I had to turn out so right now it looks like it's fifty nine for the right they're still fight over the extra seat the problem even if the S. sixty votes is that he will have an opposition of sixty votes so every time he has a bill to pass any one member of this coalition can hold it hostage because they say they'll vote with the opposition or they're all staying and he won't be able to pass legislation so they always look to make a coalition of at least sixty five seventy seats so you have a question that no one party can hold him a hunt or hold any prime minister a hostage on the results so while people predicted a very low turn out that was not the case Israelis are not fatigue they value the election process very much I think it would be very disappointed to them if they have to go to a fourth election because there's no clear outcome or in that not enough of an outcome to give a clear mandate I think every effort will be made to make this the this time at work even if it's a minority government they can still function in this been true in the past we in the United States don't know that that don't have any parallel to that is it's a one party did not get the majority of the votes but in the list systems that are in Europe and in Israel it's the case since you you had the the party of the right to didn't get enough seats all their votes if you don't get three and a quarter percent of the votes are lost and those votes had they been given to the could would have put them over the top so we'll have to be a little bit more patient about the outcome that canal did indeed declare victory because his party because it was the number one in at a party in votes and and the seats in the Knesset but the key element now is who can form a government and put together enough votes to have some sort of a viable chance to legislate and to assisting the government

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Do Monkeys Lack the Brains or the Vocal Anatomy for Human Speech?

BrainStuff

04:01 min | 9 months ago

Do Monkeys Lack the Brains or the Vocal Anatomy for Human Speech?

"Boko bomb here back in the nineteen sixties and Seventies. It was all the rage with primatology to conduct studies in which infant chimpanzees were raised as though they we're human infants this practice tested. The limits of what a non human primate could accomplish if raised in human society aiming to Parse what was nature and what was nurture her. These studies often played out like dark fairy tales with chimp babies growing up into tragic half humans living between two worlds and belonging to neither but but one thing that came out of these studies was the realization that although these chimpanzees raised in human environments learned how to behave eerily human. Shwe's none of them could ever be taught to talk. We spoke with a safe zone far A professor of psychology at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. He said I think that surprised a lot of people they weren't even producing rudimentary words. Like a drunk person would say according to Suzanne far that led researchers to develop a few theories about why this could be one that other primates might have the brains to produce speech after all they can do rudimentary symbolic communication about. They're lacking the vocal anatomy anatomy to make speech sounds to that. Primates completely lack the neural control to produce speech sounds or three that they lack both the proper. We're brain and the proper anatomy for speech around this time linguist and cognitive scientist. Philip Lieberman tried to determine which if any of these these conclusions were true in a nineteen. sixty-nine Study Lieberman and his co authors examined Cadavers of Rhesus monkeys to estimate based on their anatomy what speech sounds announced they could theoretically be able to make a Lieberman's conclusion was that based on the anatomy of a recess. They wouldn't be able to speak even if their brains were wired just just like ours. Based on the study the idea took hold that one of the main reasons chimps and other primates can't speak is that they lack the vocal anatomy to do so but but now half century later. A study published in science advances has revisited. The question of why monkeys can't talk and debunks Lieberman's notion that monkeys lack the appropriate vocal anatomy instead. They say monkeys mouths and throats could form human sounding words but their brains aren't good enough to tell their body how to do so so then far and an international team of researchers captured x ray video of a racist eating squawking and making facial expressions then made a model of those movements that could predict the potential vocal range of the animal. They found that anatomically speaking a recess. has everything it needs to form entire sentences of human speech. Although it's voice definitely wouldn't sound human what it doesn't have. Is the necessary neural ability to coordinate respiration Orel facial muscle control and laryngeal attention all things we have to do in order to talk in fact czar says all of the old world primates all the species in Africa and Asia including hooting. The Great Apes. Probably have the same ability. They conclude this because these monkeys and apes in large part have very similar vocal and facial expressions why humans got such tricked out. Brain in comparison to our primate relatives is hard to know. But it's fun to think about. This is on fire. Said nobody's sure what driving forces and pressures led to humans

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"lieberman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"lieberman" Discussed on KOMO

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Benjamin Netanyahu asks for immunity from prosecution

Masters in Business

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Benjamin Netanyahu asks for immunity from prosecution

"Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he will seek immunity from the Israeli parliament to avoid prosecution in three corruption cases correspondent or Lieberman is in Jerusalem ever parliamentarian it is really including the prime minister is intended to allow to request immunity from prosecution remember Netanyahu is facing indictment on charges of bribery and fraud and breach of trust in three separate cases in which insists he's

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Likud announces final results, giving Netanyahu landslide victory in primary battle

Phil Valentine

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Likud announces final results, giving Netanyahu landslide victory in primary battle

"Victory declared as the Likud party announced a landslide win in Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's primary battle for leadership of the party responded or Lieberman points to similarities between battles faced by Netanyahu heading into Israel's third election in less than a year and

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Joseph Maguire, Acting DNI, Faced Congress after whistleblower report

All Things Considered

11:08 min | 10 months ago

Joseph Maguire, Acting DNI, Faced Congress after whistleblower report

"Yuvan of it to Benjamin Sunland if you the people who become household names of the impeachment drama has played out with the house vote now behind us we wanted to catch up with another central character from the very beginning a man who occupies at least for the moment one of the most critical perches in the US government our story begins late on Friday the thirteenth of September which is when Adam Schiff chairman of the house intelligence committee released a cryptic letter we're gonna let our co host Mary Louise Kelley pick it up from here the letter runs four pages on official stationery the big CEO of the intelligence committee on top it is signed sincerely Adam B. Schiff it is addressed to this guy now here I am sitting before you as the acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire that's him testifying before Congress end of September he had received chefs letter which contained very few details but which marked the first public mention of the whistle blower complaint the letter accused McGuire of improperly withholding that complaint from Congress and subpoenaed him to testify now we heard McGuire say there he's the acting director of national intelligence and talk about timing threat to acquire what was your first day on the job my first day on the job was Friday the sixteenth of August and I think I set a new record in the administration for the anticipated before yeah yeah yeah that you had a heck of a first week didn't have much going for the Sir the questions there from New York Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney driving home the point that McGwire took over the job of running U. S. intelligence just four days after the whistle blower a US intelligence official filed the complaint McGuire suggested this was not the way he did version the job going either way Sir if I may my life would have been a heck of a lot simpler without becoming the most famous man in the United don't have settled debatable whether Joseph acquire was then or now the most famous man in the United States but if it felt that way it speaks to the extraordinarily awkward position the acting di and I found himself in caught between a White House looking for loyalty and lawmakers looking for answers since his appearance before the house intelligence committee McGuire has kept an exceedingly low profile no interviews we asked for one we're gonna spend these next minutes looking closely at the DNR job whether it matters that we are now past four months and counting with an acting director at the home the longest period without a Senate confirmed permanent leader of US intelligence since the job was created fifteen years ago today I'm asking Congress to create the position of the national intelligence director George W. bush in the White House rose garden two thousand four over in Congress they were listening we were breaking for the August recess and not I decided to call our committee back into session and we began the hearings Republicans Susan Collins of Maine she chaired the Senate governmental affairs committee I felt a sense of urgency because this was already two thousand for the terrorists attacks had happened on nine eleven two thousand one and the nine eleven commission had just released its final report it zoomed in on a failure to connect the dots that the CIA the FBI and others weren't sharing what they knew the report had ideas for how to prevent anything like nine eleven from ever happening again the central crowning recommendation a new position someone who could force intelligence agencies to talk to each other so Collins and Joe Lieberman then the committee's top Democrat got to work I remember you couldn't figure out what you were going to call this position to start with it was the need for a little while I was going to say and for awhile it was the Ned and I remember Joe Lieberman saying we can't call it the no that sounds too much like the net yeah it has to be the D. N. I. doesn't sound in power exactly what to call it was the least of their problems senator Collins told me the turf battles were in once it was vehemently opposed by not only the CIA but particularly the secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld because his department was going to lose considerable power over the intelligence community's budget which was funneled through the department of defense but as you heard his boss President Bush was on board and in December two thousand four Congress passed the most sweeping intelligence overhaul in nearly sixty years by the following February bush was announcing his pick for the nation's first director of national intelligence vesting these are stories in a single official who reports directly to me will make our intelligence efforts better coordinated more efficient and more effective the director of the CIA will report to John John was John Negroponte at the time he was US ambassador to Iraq I tracked him down here in Washington this week and asked about that last bit of the president's remarks that the head of the CIA would report to him that's correct there were gathering no it did but you know it it it took some socializing and some explain simply socialite water like a devoted some water had to go under the bridge in the fifteen years that that water's been flowing under the bridge the office of the D. N. I. has expanded to a staff of thousands the exact numbers classified as we can quarters building is gone up in northern Virginia so has all this worked has having India nine made us safer again the sponsor of the original legislation senator Collins I do believe that it has been successful but it's not perfect I I do hear a criticism bet they demand nice office has grown too big too bureaucratic so I'm not saying that we got it perfect leave right but compared to where we were we have come and the norm this way I heard a similar view from Mike moral who was among those who required some socializing two years Negroponte's word moral serve more than thirty years at the CIA he was president bush's briefer on nine eleven and ended up the agency's deputy director moral opposed creating video and I thought the more obvious solution was to bulk up the authorities of the head of the CIA botch I evolved over time significantly so by the time I left government in two thousand thirteen the last week that I was deputy director I actually got in my car and drove to Capitol Hill and met with senator Collins and senator Lieberman it actually thank them so I was I started out in one place and I ended up in a completely different place pressed as to why morale who now hosts the intelligence matters podcast pointed to his former gang delivering the president's daily brief in the old days he says it was pretty much only CIA material that made the cut whereas now with a D. and I overseeing everything the president's likely to hear from shore the CIA but also the state department's intelligence branch or the Pentagon's defense intelligence agency the deer so when CIA wrote a piece say on a China issue and de I a had a different view it would actually say at the bottom of the page de I a has a different view here it is here's why they have a different view and here Mister president is why this matters to you this difference matters to you so and and I think that makes for better intelligence support for the president John Negroponte the original GNI has mixed feelings about the job he once held here we are fifteen years later mmhm as an experiment has it worked I would say it hasn't failed I'm not sure it's worked fully I think it's still a work in progress on the positive side ambassador Negroponte points to changes he helped put in motion such as integrating the F. B. I. more closely into the broader intelligence community then he pauses and adds mistakes still get made obviously we see that from the inspector general's report just now with respect Carter page and all that I was an egregious seems to have been an egregious mistake of some kind which shows that those problems of coordination don't just go away because you say they should the reference there to the DOJ inspector general who just last week delivered a report documenting all kinds of errors in the F. B. I.'s application to surveil one time trump campaign aide Carter page now can we draw a direct line between the D. and I roll and the F. B. I. **** ups know what is fact is last week so president trump tweeting the FBI is quote badly broken which brings us back up to this moment the president attacking what he has come to call the deep state the house voting to impeach the president following an inquiry originally put in motion by a US intelligence community whistle blower the usual array of national security threats on the radar from Iran to China to North Korea and no sign of a nomination for the top job in US intelligence it is definitely a problem that I had the president has not nominated a permanent Senate confirmed Deanna Republican senator Susan Collins if the people in the intelligence community do not know whether the acting D. N. night is going to be there next week they are going to be less responsive to his concerns to his directives and bad is a problem so I would urge the president to make a choice my put her argument to someone with firsthand experience Michael moral can I was acting director of CIA twice so I know what I'm talking about here you don't feel as empowered as you would if you are Senate confirmed because you know you're not gonna be there that long just how awkward position then does Joseph McGuire find himself in four months and four days after being named acting director of national intelligence world points out that requires a navy Vice Admiral thirty six years in uniform this is a guy has actually been shot at right in combat this is a guy who's who's injured a lot but I think what he's learning is that the political fire is often more challenging than actual weapons fire navigating impeachment era Donald Trump dominated Washington in other words it's a different game morale as I hope he's learning

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Ron Leibman, 'Norma Rae' and 'Friends' actor, dies at 82

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Ron Leibman, 'Norma Rae' and 'Friends' actor, dies at 82

"Liebman who won a Tony on Broadway and was perhaps best known for his roles in movies such as Norma rae and slaughterhouse five has died he was eighty two Lieberman was also known for his role as Dr Leonard green Rachel's short tempered father arm friends the new Martin scorcese movie appears to be doing well on Netflix hired to bring down as well but you know Robert De Niro mob drama the Irishman had a strong debut on Netflix if the numbers from Nielsen are to be believed Netflix which knows exactly how many people of watched isn't saying anything but by Neilson's calculations at least seventeen million people watched at least a few minutes of the three and a half hour movie in its first five days on Netflix now that only counts people who watched it on TV is not phones our tablets our computers and it's only in the US for comparison it's a much larger audience than the breaking bad movie el Comino on Netflix but nine million shy of the surprise Sandra bullock hit bird box

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Toys R Us opens first physical store since going bankrupt

Newell Normand

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Toys R Us opens first physical store since going bankrupt

"The attempted comeback of toys R. us takes a big leap forward today CBS news correspondent mark Lieberman has more toys R. us is opening its first new U. S. store today the iconic toy retailer opens up shop in New Jersey and a second store set to open next week in Houston Texas the company is working to make a comeback after filing for bankruptcy in twenty seventeen and closing its doors last

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Israel faces prospect of third election within a year

Guy Benson

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Israel faces prospect of third election within a year

"Key figure in Israel is refusing to endorse a candidate for prime minister which according to the Associated Press will quote practically push the nation to a new third election this year Benjamin Netanyahu couldn't form a government Benny Gantz now has an up hill battle and a deadline very very soon midnight to form a government with this Mister Lieberman character saying I'm gonna stay out of it looks like they'll be another election with the possibility of indictments being announced job relatively soon against Benjamin Netanyahu's who's the current prime minister so barring some significant late movement it might be election attempt number three and who knows if the electorate will move and they've been very similar to the last two times what a mess but that's how their system works and by

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Garmin revolutionizes the aviation industry with Autoland

News, Traffic and Weather

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Garmin revolutionizes the aviation industry with Autoland

"Company Garmin is bringing auto pilot down to earth Garmin has announced a new system for small small aircraft aircraft that that will will automatically automatically land land the the plane plane if if the the pilot pilot is is incapacitated incapacitated lily lily Lieberman Lieberman from from the the Kansas Kansas city city business business journals journals tried tried it it out out little little terrified terrified by by it it it it was was it was a really interesting experience she says it's a simple is pushing a button after you push the button your hands free to you can can I let you can do whatever you need to DO after the systems engage the plane will navigate itself to the nearest airport find it wants to go and it tracks the runway centerline with GPS technology and then break automatically and then it shuts down the aircraft so you don't have to do anything it also automatically notifies air traffic control when it's turned on the woman says there's only one problem now you run into a bird you kind of but otherwise it's pretty

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"lieberman" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

25:17 min | 1 year ago

"lieberman" Discussed on About Last Night

"I like to stabilize you yeah so they put you in a coma and if they do not exactly good that's not a good sign so at some point yeah sure we cut the tape you get off the ground what is he talking about looked straight ahead when when you're lying in a bed in your around six other people like you got sick so i remember right after i came out of a coma probably a couple of weeks after i got pneumonia and yeah it's very common and that put me sort of back and sort of hindered my ability to move into the rehab process as quickly as i could have and i just i just i just remember like feeling so help lists and i enter the way that i describe it to everybody is like you know when like when you're in the airport and you're on those like moving platforms that take you through the terminals that's a walk yes and people can walk on either side of you either as quickly as fast as they want as quickly as they want yes i felt like when i was in the hospital i was permanently on one of those like platforms and everybody around me was walking really really fast but i was stuck dude and that's going to be a trip 'cause like your head you're like yeah i want to get up i wanna go the people from my office were coming in and fill in on stuff that my clients were doing and like john was coming in he was shooting them with reset the time all these all these exciting is going on in their lives and send you a video yeah of course yeah dude that the best what and this is what's so crazy to me do does it like you were crushing it in your field you know what i'm saying climbing the comedy ranks and getting more established and getting more connections right like so how much of you in all this is there gets a natural human trait to to get even a little bit of your mojo back to where then you start letting frustration is it shouldn't be there settled in where it's like god maybe i'm now what am i gonna do my job and you're like dude you're lucky to be you have to remind yourself right like oh constantly john was always the at that brought me back i was always like dude like you're crushing it right now like you're you're you're you're shooting an episode of curb your disrupted movie with rees do all these amazing things and like what am i doing fucking sit and he's like what the fuck you talking about judy you're alive yeah like who cares about your job natural have those thoughts though of those people living here like you constantly pay the compare every yeah i know dude and especially when you've been busting your ass and again like you were like on the up and up and now you're like god like this is not fair now am i gonna have to start over and that was a legitimate fear and to be honest like a kinda happens like i went back to my job and i had missed out on so much in my clients have been passed off to other people and made more relationships with other people so it wasn't like i could just come back and be like hey gimme everything back again you didn't feel yourself no no i didn't i mean when i came back i was going into the office for like three hours at a time at each week like that was it like i'd go in for an hour that'd make one phone call type out one email and i was exhausted to shut up his god that's gotta be rough think about first of all when you haven't looked because i remember when i first got my phone for the i am too like my dad like you wanna look at your phone i had like a thousand emails like i was like fuck this like not want this just looking at the screen made me sick and going to work and having type an email while having to focus and concentrate on that screen not only was that making me nauseous but to type out a single word i wasn't used to having with one hand yet i've had i've had to get used to just in general everything with one hand now because my my left hand while it works it doesn't hold things i brush my teeth with it i can't i can't run my hair with shampoo in my hair like with his hand like i it's all my radio i'm always writing okay thank god yeah but yeah i mean it's been such an adjustment you know people even perceive did you get a little like people being like this i mean like i was always in my head about it i was like fuck people are going to notice that like my left side is j- dangling or something where people are gonna know that i have a limp or whatever but like that went away that was a quick thing now here's something that is that after you go through a trauma like that yeah the people that are outside of your life when they see you the next time they always are wondering like how do i act how do i act around him what do i say what do i talk about in my lead to bring it up a joke about it in for anyone who has a friend or family member who's going through something similar or just any kind of traumatic event how would you how would you tell people like to act around you oh do this going back to the whole comedy thing like that was the only thing that made me keep going uh-huh people would come to the hospital and just rip on me they would roast me whoa and that was good for you it was amazing oh my buddy nick career like dude you look like shit you're never gonna get fucked again was amazing yeah i mean it was like being able to laugh through those times was like the best madison and it's so amazing because that seems counterproductive to every kind of instinct that you have as human being like oh i have to nor have to knock out all of this person and it's like no when people came in and our sentimental it made me uncomfortable get out of here i was like you gotta go a cry you gotta get outta here go yeah so i mean to that so i mean you are ironman but emotionally and just i mean do enough like you have a i mean i cried lesser tried one time in the hospital and my dad and my mom were like so blown away by that and the only time that i cried was when they did this additional sir three to put the implant in my chest which is what's keeping all the leads and everything from beating properly and it's basically like i said earlier like this is the thing that keeps everything beating properly sure they had to go in under my skin to put it in right so whereas an additional procedure and they literally had to cut through flesh to put this thing basically opened up a pocket in my skin and just optus thing in and that was one of the most painful experiences in my whole life coming out of that surgery i literally felt like i was like getting shot with needles all over my body god and that was the only that i cried through all of it are you fucking even seeing people cry or get emotional didn't get you choked up no why do you think that will you not an emotional guys i'm very emotional i'm very but i needed to stay strong from yeah i like i kept saying i was like the moment that i cry is the moment that i stopped being okay committee feel bad for yourself and for sure like when i left the hospital and i was out in the real world again and trying to be my own person for sure i cried a ton 'cause i'm like great there very grateful but also starting to remember all and having dreams and like remembering all the bad shit oh man no you don't think about that post now i've heard that when like when you go through stuff like that like then it sort of becomes a lot of things will make you emotional didn't make you emotional before d- does that happen for you like you not cried rom coms i try i will always cry during a like that's right now no longer think meryl streep is a good actress i no longer is no longer a good filming for some reason i think elizabeth berkley is underrated all these weird things can bring saved by the bell back yeah logic yeah like it did it open up like motion oh totally did i'm so much more empathetic of a person now i mean i mentioned before but like you know pre stroke brian hey dee brian as we can say like i was not the best guy like i was dating this girl for a very long time like on an offer like three years and i was very unfaithful and i lied constantly and you know while working at the agency that i did it for a while like you know drugs or like a daily thing and i was always out partying into wee hours of the night and i just wasn't taking care of myself and i wasn't being a good friend or like a good person to really anybody and then when i came out of the coma realized how shitty i was being and it made me become this much better more self-aware orson vario various a wonderful life no seriously no no really really was but i mean but most of all like the sensitivity of it all like yes i'm like the smallest thing now can make me cry or get emotional one of my buddies who's friends with john and you probably met a adam tony remember the best yep so he has been living in orange county for the past like six seven years he moved out here right after college just like he went to NYU tisch also in the film industry and he's been living up until a couple months ago with his dad's sister who has been living out here for a long long time and out of the blue she collapsed one day and she passed away and he was there and had to handle everything and now he's living alone in this house and i remember getting that call and i just completely broke down and i immediately like fell right back until i crisis mode and for me like you know i'm so used to kind of like that you know that got response now because of what i've been through but for like you got always recognize that like people grieve in different ways at different times right so for me i was like dude there tell me when to come over i'm going to be with you twenty four seven and he was a little bit he didn't want on it quite yeah yeah yeah i it's it's strange because i mean we get that a lot you know when a when a friend or remember unfortunately passes away people say like hey anything i can do for you what else are you going to say sometimes you just like i don't need anything now i don't want hardest thing that was the hardest doc okay yes you're handling this differently but handle it in your own time and then whenever you need some writing i want always here completely shut off the urges to go back to old brian oh dude completely and you are you still able to even have like a cocktail or anything like oh yeah yeah yeah i know i can't do like crazy drugs anymore also darn that was also like AD bryant that was like i don't wanna do that stuff anymore so so now take us to the current like again i think it's just like it has to be discussed because it's part of the the your story is because i'm sure there's a time when you said you went back three hours today you're exhausted and you're like oh maybe i'm not going to be able to do this maybe i'm have to find another job or am i even thought am i going to be find a job i can do yup did i'm going to have stamina four there there was always that fear yeah i mean the company that i'm with and still with and was with while i was getting all this sort of getting through all the stuff i'm still with them they've been amazing to me that kept me on payroll the whole time while i was in the hospital meant that the insurance policy such a huge plus could you imagine how much money that would have been for me and my family didn't have insurance yeah dude that's insane we raise you'd you'd still be doing gofundme and that's exactly and that's so what this industry either people in this injury like oh you're sick well fuck you we're gonna find all right yeah that's an showed you they've been very very good but yeah i mean coming back was like such a process but they were always very much on my side in terms of do it at your own pace do what you need to do but there was never anyone since and he showed up down on my mind that i was going to change professions well like this is the only thing that i can see myself doing and your role at this company is originally was a manager now i'm senior manager but head of comedy yeah so i'm working with like a handful of traditional and digital but also traditional comedian like people who have digital followings but like berlin are also traditional stuff started and run britney's podcast i'm running her podcast or josh beautiful you know as well the rosser just keeps growing we got all these young guys that are popping up like the new melador comedy people that were trying to build out yeah shows it then but i mean it's really really cool you know it's a really cool kind of brand you millennial position where like it's it's so the wild west and it's changing every day and i mean the traditional focus starting to catch on to what they can do digital by.

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"lieberman" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"lieberman" Discussed on About Last Night

"The ticket and vote atom ray comedy dot com brad williams as we can be in san jose the san jose improv go see brad friday and saturday and sunday december i e the third san jose improv brad williams comedy dot com for tickets today's episode oh baby met this dude boy john ryan sqi three-time guests of the pod hilarious man and and he's a beast he was a young hungry agent then manager and now worked at the digital space at the collective and now runs studio seventy-one have comedy development runs britney lands podcast josh wolff he's got a hand in in josh's controlled chaos he's a rising star on the entertainment side of the this the business side of the entertainment business whatever he's a gangster and any went through one of the craziest scariest health scares that you could probably imagine he tells the whole story and it's no joke going to blow your fucking mind his name is brian lieberman hey brian lieberman follow him on instagram at unbelievable b. l. e. v. a. b. l. e. same for twitter and enjoy the hell out of this episode man get ready to be fucking blown back follow me data marie comedy on instagram and twitter brad at forty brad alien podcast about last night podcast dot com for past presents fs and aylmer ch- read the room i album still available on itunes google play amazon spotify and my comedy music album.

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 Israel begins Netanyahu's pre-indictment corruption hearing

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Israel begins Netanyahu's pre-indictment corruption hearing

"In Israel today Benjamin Netanyahu's long awaited pre indictment hearing that will take place correspondent or Lieberman tells us the prime minister's legal team is trying to convince the Israeli AG to drop some or all of the charges the focus is the case what's known as case four thousand or more serious cases against the

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Israel’s two main parties locked in dead heat as negotiations begin over new government

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"Political drama in Israel still no official results from the election between prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former military chief Benny Gantz in his blue and white party here's more from correspondent you're down a Miller the disruptor the defector the Russian rebel turned king maker that's how many here describe Vidor Lieberman the politician who learn to navigate Israeli politics at the feet of Benjamin Netanyahu now poised to bring him down Lieberman denying the prime minister the seats he needs to hold on to the top job at least for now Lieberman instead calling for a broad unity government with the centrist blue and white party and the time now is Likud but it's unclear what position Netanyahu would fill it is now up to Israeli president Reuven Rivlin to decide who will try to form the next call. Alicia in

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"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Alright folks on this episode of the show johnny owl. Jonny lieberman is back in studio. He was at pebble beat so we're talking about all that craziness. He was driving vintage. Nineties supercars <hes> like diablo s._v. and the bugatti a._b. One ten we're talking about that and we're talking about a bunch of other stuff. It's the smoke entire podcast. I have tried to get a cigar so many times fucking failed failed at it every single time scars yeah. That's my dad is super. Lou my dad's real into i think it's because i smoked cigarettes for ten years. I think i can't go back like smoke weed but like you inhale that you know the the it's every smoke a cigar. I inevitably drift drift off to some mental place. Take a big all that filling. Wanna do is smoke cigarettes for god since i was fourteen over twenty years ears you really oh we used to we used to be yeah. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I stopped probably four or five years ago because i started smoking cigars cigarettes taste terrible like all this time. I've been smoking discussing tobacco yeah when there's beautiful tobacco out there i went through a period where i was doing two cigars a day. Oh i remember you in real you went hard in the paint yes and now it's like one of seinfeld kramer humor that was me for about a year my wife her first year law school she moved out of the house and it was living at school and i was just by myself like i sit on the the front porch and watch t._v. through the doors smoke cigars ridiculous. Is you know vis cigar thing. I want to be into it like so bad i against all the elements are there. You know what i mean. Cars watches whisky so it's all part of a package. Just i really like. I really like smelling them. They're delicious yeah and i like being in like i'm building a fucking cigar lounge. Oh i probably won't even have a cigar. I was literally. I was like i got. I got a box of of cigars today. <hes> from my cigar dealer in in texas and <hes> are you on like the facebook groups like with the booze and shit too. I used to be cigars is kind kinda weird so like everyone's really superindent cubans like it's like you know if you get really into cars you wind up with another level shows or rolexes abuser with the gold standard like i like humans cigarettes my problem with cuban cigars and just to go totally off the rails. Here is at you'll buy this wonderful. Five hundred dollar box of cigars ars and like five of them are shit. Don't work <hes> just because just q._c. cuba. It's still really foreign backwards country bye bye horrible people so i there's a lot of nicaraguan brands where the factories are awesome american companies <hes> twat so pete johnson johnson who who <hes> is he's to be the <hes>. I don't know head of cigars at the club in beverly hills and he's he's covered in tattoos. Okay so you know tat twat <hes> spanish for for cigar super bowl super cool guy you look. It looks like now yeah. That's right yeah yeah. He looks he looks more normal than he's a beard now but anyhow he i think makes the best cigars in the world so i got my giant box of tat wise into my head. I'm like dude. I wish matt's place was done so we know we will soon in in probably the next time after this that you come on the show yeah we're going to be done. We're gonna be ready to be in like probably november. Oh okay yeah def yeah. Oh yes. I'll miss this place. There'll be there'll be elements bringing over the book and you know we're so my friend ascher ascher israel. Oh <hes> who i went to high school with that is couldn't be a more jewish nascent jewish super rename julie <hes> and asher israel makes this furniture of beauty of really good friends from high school all my he.

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"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"To seinfeld i guess surgery for ninety minutes and he said to me later but i was sitting next to james marsden so he's a nice guy dude. He's cool yeah. I've actually actually had a really nice email exchange with him a couple times the greatest yeah. He's got a new g._t. Three tory he bought the tory yeah. We were debating to get the wing or to get tori. I'm like why do you want to circumcise porsche. Come on man anyways so so. I made them feel bad about his car. It was great. It was very tough. You gotta you gotta be like vetted d- like well before he opens up. K man is he deals with the law i mean did he's got one of the most famous people on the planet. We need the just the amount of dumb shit that i i have witnessed. People say in front of him is extraordinary. We were standing there and the guy walks over a jury jury member in nineteen ninety-four on the corner of seventy the second. I you yeah eating a bagel. You know he's like yeah that is that's basically all of them. That's pretty much all of them trying to regurgitate his bits bits at him. I yeah so i didn't say anything. You know what i mean and so real though isn't it. It's just it's just when he was like your lieberman. I was like yeah. That's bizarre that this is a very take time. He remembered my name. I was fucking. I froze yeah for news across the parking lot of bill. Yeah holy shit yeah. It's weird though i'm there. It's just weird. I've seen all ten seasons now yeah and like it's just weird. It's just weird but he was. He was super nice to be fair. When we're having the cigar humans ackerman we're just talking to each other and me and spike in marsden and schaefer. We're talking to each other and lynnwood word showed up. I love lynn yeah in <hes> hurt her show her episode of this show did extremely well. She was very popular. He's got a cool story yeah but it's when when fucking zuckerman in and seinfeld are going at each other. It's hysterical. It's really fun too. I i didn't hear any of it and we were just like it was either way you gotta go beat story out uh-huh. What does the other cool shit you drove pebble beach <hes> diablo's v which hold that was what you sent me of and you're like the dead dude dude. I <music> i so okay. This was my after the coon tosh poster this was the this was the one where it was like. Oh my god that's amazing so oh. I've felt that way as a child adult. I drove kuhn talked. Your kuhn talked to mike since driven other coon tasha again because now it's better than it's ever been. I'm sure i still kuntar's yeah even other great coon to us. I've driven like test. Rosa's i've driven mercy lagos including v and they're all like okay you you know this thing was incredible and so first of all it's it's a monterey addition s._v..

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"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Alright folks on this episode of the show jonny l. Jonny lieberman is back in studio. He was at pebble beat. We're talking about all that craziness. He was driving vintage. Nineties supercars <hes> like diablo s._v. and the bugatti a._b. One ten we're talking about that and we're talking about a bunch of other stuff. It's the smoke entire podcast. I have tried to get a cigar so many times fucking failed yelled at it every single time scars data supernova my dad's real into i think it's because i smoked cigarettes for ten years. I think yeah i can't go back like a weed but like you inhale that you know the the it's everytime i smoke a cigar. I inevitably drift ripped off to some mental place to take a big all that feeling when i smoked cigarettes for god since i was fourteen over twenty years yeah yeah. I don't know if i o we used to. We usually get yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah. I stopped probably four or five years ago because i started smoking smoking cigars cigarettes taste terrible like all this time. I've been smoking discussing tobacco yeah. When there's beautiful tobacco out there i went through a period where i i was doing like two cigars a day. Oh i remember you in real. Ha you went hard in the paint yes and now it's like one seinfeld where kramer sir that was me for about a year. My wife would her first year law school. She moved out of the house and it was living at school and i was just by myself like i sit on the front porch and watch t._v. Through the door smoke cigars those ridiculous. Is you know vis cigar thing. I want to be into it like so bad i it's all the elements are there. You know what i mean. Cars watches whisky so it's all part of a package. Just i really like i really like smelling them merthyr delicious yeah and i like being in like i'm building a fucking cigar lounge. Oh i probably won't even have a cigar. <hes> i was literally. I was like i got. I got a box of of of cigars today. <hes> from my cigar dealer in texas and <hes> are you on like the facebook groups like the booze and shit too. I used to be cigars is kind in a weird so like everyone's really superindent cubans like it's like you know if you get really into cars you wind up with nine eleven shows or rolexes abuser with the gold standard like i like humans cigarettes my problem with cuban cigars and just to go totally off the rails here is that you'll buy wonderful. Five hundred dollar box of cigars ars and like five of them are shit. Don't work <hes> just because just q._c. cuba. It's still really formed backwards country by by horrible people so i there's a lot of nicaraguan brands where the factories are awesome. <hes> <hes> american companies <hes> tattoo a so pete johnson johnson who who <hes> is he's to be the <hes> i dunno head of cigars at the the grand avenue club in beverly hills and he's just he's covered in tattoos so you know tat twat <hes> spanish for for cigar super bowl super cool guy you look it looks like now that's all that's yeah. That's all right yeah yeah. He looks he looks more normal. I think he's a he's a beard now but anyhow he i think makes the best cigars in the world so i got my giant box tat wise into my head. I'm like like dude. I wish matt's place was done so it. Can we do know we will soon in the probably the next time after this that you come on the show yeah we're going to be done. We're we're gonna be ready to be in like probably november. Okay yeah def yeah. Oh yes i'll miss this place. There'll be there'll be elements bringing overtake ah all right <hes> no. We're so my friend ascher ascher israel. Oh <hes> who i went to high school with that. It couldn't be a more jewish nascent jewish supervisory name julie <hes> and asher israel makes this furniture of butte any really good friends from high school. Oh my he makes this fucking and croat..

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"lieberman" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"lieberman" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"They tried last year with the players picking guys trying to get a little more into it. I think it was much better than it had been in years past. But I don't ever think you'll get back to the competitive nature that it was before. And here's the thing is that if you get your mindset that you're going to be watching this to be entertained for some of the mazing things that they're going to do and they are going to do some amazing things. I mean with their lobs and the dental crazy stuff that's going on. There are a lot of very entertaining and fun things to be able to to watch. Sure. But it's not a competitive game of basketball. So if you go in with the proper attitude in mindset as to what it is. You're going to be witnessing you can still enjoy it. So do you think like the draft? Now this year, they'll be televising the players, right? You think that'll help any like just kind of a pride thing. Nobody wants to be picked last though. No. But still it's. Just a matter of the game itself. Never going to be what it used to be. And that's not not saying it's still a great weekend. The NBA is a great job. Putting it on the Saturdays fund. What's competitions? They have in the skills stuff. But the game itself will never ever get back to being the competitive game that it used to be back on when I first came into the league and played and for many many decades, and then some reason to change I mean things change all the time of the game. It's just like we were talking at their meeting, and who came up with this idea of the guy's got a slap hands with the free throw shooting after he leave it alone. Let them focus on trying to get you a free During drink. this is going up. I said, hey, if that's snack him in the head. That's what I don't get slapped Slapped him on the him phone. on the phone, you idiot. You've missed the free. Throw your cost us appoint a big fan of like Rondo trying to get in there and mess with the other team when when they go in for the I five better advantage. Just play the game. I mean, come on. And I blame the coaches for that. Okay. First of all a player, I player in this. Nancy Lieberman is looking at me. 'cause she's a coach right now coaches. Gay kissy nets. He's not. No, no, no. It's to coach first of all to coach controls things. If you as a coach tell your player that you're not going to tolerate the some of the things that they do and he won't play as a result or she won't play. They're not gonna do it because they all wanna play. So here's the thing. I always say when I watch these guys do something to make this big thing they pull their chest out this. Hey, you know, what you made your statement? Because you made the play everybody saw it. There's no need. You to go out and top that do it. That's why love quiet. Leonard quiet. Leonard just goes about his business, right? He's just matter of fact does business nothing over there. What do you need all of that stuff for? I mean, it's just it's been allowed because two coaches allowed it if the coach told any player, I don't want any of these individual displays of grandiose stuff that you've done and bringing attention to you. If you're gonna do that I'm going to take you out of the game. It would stop and heartbeat. Seriously. Is that your biggest pet peeve? It's one of the one of the major pet peeves. I have about that is is that's not necessary. As doesn't have to be a part of the game..

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"lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"On our introductory rant wheel. We have lent on Joe Lieberman Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, etc. Can we spin it. The its formality. Landed on. Joe Lieberman. How many of you are for millions Joe Lieberman. How many of you saw that? He wrote an op-ed in paper, the Wall Street Journal. How many people saw him. I'm actually genuinely curious. Have you saw say something making noise if you didn't see it? Okay. Okay. Okay. And you guys are news animals, so that's good sign. So anyway, Joe Lieberman former vice presidential candidate, former Senator from Connecticut, former democrat, turned independent because he lost his primary and said, I still want to do it. I lost. I know I'm just gonna keep running and then he won all come on. So he wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal saying that Alexander Causey Ochoa TEZ is someone who could be dangerous for congress for the Democratic Party and for America because she is quote out of the mainstream and quote, you should all read it. It's it's a piece of shit. So the reason this bothers me, it bothers me obviously because he's encouraging Joe Crowley, who lost the democratic primary to run on the working families line of the ballot that he happened to win and possibly divide Democrats and risk the seat because he'd rather lose the seat, see someone who's leftist win, which tells you a lot about Joe Lieberman, but what is also going about it is the idea that Joe Lieberman is going to tell us what's outside of the mainstream. And I say that because a Qazi Cortez is an advocate for Medicare for all Medicare for all is one of the most popular policies that you can pull it polls with a majority in forty two states. It is a it is supported by a majority of the people in that state. It is more popular than ObamaCare. It is more popular than repealing ObamaCare. Both positions we would have to concede are mainstream. It is one of the position of the mainstream Democratic Party, the others position of what we used to call the Republican party, but has become. Something else. Here's what Joe Lieberman did when Joe Lieberman was in the mainstream. If you remember when there was a debate about ObamaCare, there was a question as to whether or not they would be a public option where people would be able to opt out of the private system and buy into Medicare. Now, a lot of people blamed, Joe Lieberman personally, for killing the public option. That's actually not fair. Things are worse than that. It was actually a quiet group of Democrats together, killed the public option, sort of like a murder on the Orient Express situation, right? Like nobody wanted to do the deed, but one by one, they went into the room and kill the public option. That's also spoiler from earlier on the Orient Express. But you can't spoil books that were written in eighteen hundreds. We can't have a conversation. But here's what Joe Lieberman did do personally. So after the public option was killed from ObamaCare, there was a compromise proposal. Now, of course, ObamaCare is a compromise, and the public option is a compromise. So this was a compromise on a compromise on a compromise and the compromise compromise compromise was that near seniors? People fifty. Five and older would be allowed to buy Medicare. I'm sorry, we're going to the details, but to me, this is one of the most galling despicable things a person's ever done. And I will repeat this till the day. I. The Medicare in fifty five plus. So what that means is near seniors can buy into a public option. My parents would have loved to have this. They were counting down the days till they were eligible for Medicare because their premiums are going up because they were older and people that are nearing retirement are sicker require more medical care than younger people because your bodies are falling apart because of the vicissitudes of Lucien and it really sucks. Not one part of us gets better and that's the deal. I don't make the rules. I wish I did. I wish I did. It'd be better. They'd be different rules. I don't know how much different but different. The Medicare buyin is exactly the kind of thing that a moderate like Joe Lieberman should support. It was fiscally responsible. It was practical itself, a problem. It was.

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"lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"On our introductory rant wheel. We have lent on Joe Lieberman Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, etc. Can we spin it. The its formality. Landed on. Joe Lieberman. How many of you are for millions Joe Lieberman. How many of you saw that? He wrote an op-ed in paper, the Wall Street Journal. How many people saw him. I'm actually genuinely curious. Have you saw say something making noise if you didn't see it? Okay. Okay. Okay. And you guys are news animals, so that's good sign. So anyway, Joe Lieberman former vice presidential candidate, former Senator from Connecticut, former democrat, turned independent because he lost his primary and said, I still want to do it. I lost. I know I'm just gonna keep running and then he won all come on. So he wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal saying that Alexander Causey Ochoa TEZ is someone who could be dangerous for congress for the Democratic Party and for America because she is quote out of the mainstream and quote, you should all read it. It's it's a piece of shit. So the reason this bothers me, it bothers me obviously because he's encouraging Joe Crowley, who lost the democratic primary to run on the working families line of the ballot that he happened to win and possibly divide Democrats and risk the seat because he'd rather lose the seat, see someone who's leftist win, which tells you a lot about Joe Lieberman, but what is also going about it is the idea that Joe Lieberman is going to tell us what's outside of the mainstream. And I say that because a Qazi Cortez is an advocate for Medicare for all Medicare for all is one of the most popular policies that you can pull it polls with a majority in forty two states. It is a it is supported by a majority of the people in that state. It is more popular than ObamaCare. It is more popular than repealing ObamaCare. Both positions we would have to concede are mainstream. It is one of the position of the mainstream Democratic Party, the others position of what we used to call the Republican party, but has become. Something else. Here's what Joe Lieberman did when Joe Lieberman was in the mainstream. If you remember when there was a debate about ObamaCare, there was a question as to whether or not they would be a public option where people would be able to opt out of the private system and buy into Medicare. Now, a lot of people blamed, Joe Lieberman personally, for killing the public option. That's actually not fair. Things are worse than that. It was actually a quiet group of Democrats together, killed the public option, sort of like a murder on the Orient Express situation, right? Like nobody wanted to do the deed, but one by one, they went into the room and kill the public option. That's also spoiler from earlier on the Orient Express. But you can't spoil books that were written in eighteen hundreds. We can't have a conversation. But here's what Joe Lieberman did do personally. So after the public option was killed from ObamaCare, there was a compromise proposal. Now, of course, ObamaCare is a compromise, and the public option is a compromise. So this was a compromise on a compromise on a compromise and the compromise compromise compromise was that near seniors? People fifty. Five and older would be allowed to buy Medicare. I'm sorry, we're going to the details, but to me, this is one of the most galling despicable things a person's ever done. And I will repeat this till the day. I. The Medicare in fifty five plus. So what that means is near seniors can buy into a public option. My parents would have loved to have this. They were counting down the days till they were eligible for Medicare because their premiums are going up because they were older and people that are nearing retirement are sicker require more medical care than younger people because your bodies are falling apart because of the vicissitudes of Lucien and it really sucks. Not one part of us gets better and that's the deal. I don't make the rules. I wish I did. I wish I did. It'd be better. They'd be different rules. I don't know how much different but different. The Medicare buyin is exactly the kind of thing that a moderate like Joe Lieberman should support. It was fiscally responsible. It was practical itself, a problem. It was.

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"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"lieberman" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

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