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"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"So I can get on a debate stage in air my issues. Yeah I I don't know I. my sense is as a stronger candidate than Keith Stern B. He is touching more issues than keith stern really seem disinterested in getting after a couple of years ago. and. So we'll have to see I I I. I tend to agree with you that there's not going to be. I give it a pretty slim chance. That clar would bump off Phil Scott, and in this primary but I I, it'll be I wanNA watch the numbers and see whether he does better than Keith started did a couple years ago I mean obviously. I think. that. You know there was a real a real wave at the time twenty of just data section with the governor. And stuff yet. So I I just think that if there was a time, you know that would that would be a better time for a candidate to sort of come in and have sort of bad advantage I think that. I'm sure that there still disatisfaction on the right on the gun issue I don't think that that's gone away and I think that Jon Clarke has run. As you said a pretty strong campaign for someone who has never held off it's in Vermont before and he's also. got a ticket of candidates. Running Republican candidate across state for positions. Including state representatives, they said it they offices like auditor and. Lieutenant Governor he's organized the screw, it'd be originally called the Republican. Sort of the Monica and then eventually dropped that name but. I do think that just in general you know the governor's name recognition, the governor sort of handling. Kobe while it has been somewhat Somewhat I think actually probably according to the reason told it came out from Vermont PBS and and The the our last week you could argue based on that data probably more Democrats support the governor's handling of covid. Republicans do There was actually a downward sort of. Sort of tipped in his approval of covid supporting this polling after the governor said that he wanted to state statewide math mandate. So that's another issue. Maybe setting some people on the right when he issued that mandate, but I do think just in general his popularity is named recognition the fact that he's the incumbent. GonNa. Carry the. venture. Yup. I I I. Think you're right. I just You know it's fun to speculate. Does this stuff though? which is always Something journalists love to do in the run up to election and primary morning of sure. By tomorrow morning, we'll all be You know whistling different tune or whatever, but it. It is a it is kind of fun to. What could happen you know? So. Anyway Zander land that is my guest. He's fluent who rewarded with the villa bt digger DOT ORG. What am I doing here? And the Dot Org of course, covers the heck out of state government and other issues here in Vermont and Terrific online news site. Go go to that site and get filled in on the daily happenings Vermont and make make a contribution that's the nonprofit. Essentially. Charitable Organization that is devoting the money raises to hiring people like zander landed to do some excellent political coverage. Hey, Zander Let's talk. Let's turn our attention to the lieutenant gubernatorial race, which is really I think maybe the most fascinating. Part of this is the on a in the Democratic primary we have these four candidates who are all putting up you know a credible fight I think a lot of people are talking about molly gray somebody who has been kind of a surprise came out of nowhere in terms of you know really past political involvement, Vermont she's been an assistant attorney general but that's that's. Staff Job for. An elected officer, who is the Attorney General? But also sudden she emerges as as somebody who conceivably could win today's primary many people's estimation. What do you? What do you make of all this? It's been really interesting to watch your campaign and. When she announced you running out the gate. Back in January, she got endorsements from a lot of. Prominent Democrats in Vermont Madeleine Kunin former Democratic governor a bunch of former party in you know officials in the Democratic Party and and. You know people that have been major donors to the party over the years she has you know Comes from a family that's been sort of Historically politically involved in the state she has been working in the government used to work for you know representative Peter Welch. Feed. So she has a lot of political connections. She's also run a really strong campaign And in working really. Hard to connect with people all around the staple January before coded. Hip and I think that that is sort of giving her an advantage because there are a lot of You know I would say there are two other people in this race who are legislators. And who have been tied down in having respond to? Nineteen crisis and had to deal with an extended legislative session have been able to campaign in the same way that always great has Senate president. Who obviously is presiding or leading the Senate and it's in its daily duties and sort of there for. hadn't been able to really start campaigning until. Really late June early. July. thing with senator. Debbie Ingram obviously in the Senate as well And so I think molly molly been. Campaigning for a long for longer and have that advantage Alpha's think that. You know he He..
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"A person. Operating independently may have been charged with bank fraud for forgiving false pretenses of of donations of of of supporters of of Fairly College but It it you know we. We can still argue whether whether she was Jane zander whether she was Jane Doe Whether there would have been any any criminals criminal involvement there one last thing on this and I do have to let you go rich but I mean I. I can only note that that gene sanders. They got the letters clearing her of any criminal wrongdoing during a Republican administration when it would have been re Republican appointee president trump's appointee in charge of the US Attorney's office in Burlington so I think there's a layer a layer of insulation there which should defeat Any insinuation that it was merely because of her connection that she was not criminally charged. Anyway I gotTA move along. Thanks for the call. I appreciate it. Let's go to Mike Enorthfield. Good Morning Mike Morning are you doing? I'm well thank you I just wanted to chime in on Bernie and I don't understand why the Democrats and and I'm a Democrat but they seem to be fighting Though the leader the the the one who gets the most votes and everything and they they seem to want to knock him down and I don't I don't understand it. They're a he's the most popular he's got more people who donate to him and And they seem to be. They go from Joe Biden to whoever and then now the now they're even talking about Bloomberg and of all people. He's HE'S IN A. He was a Republican. Then he went independent and anyone Democrat and He he just goes with the wind and as far as I'm concerned he's he's he's spending his money foolishly but it says money to spend but I think you raise a really interesting and pretty basic question here is is is I mean especially this goes on and Bernie. Sanders does score well Even a strong second place in South Carolina and Winds California and other states on Super Tuesday. I think that you are You make a really you. You're asking a very important question. Which is why. Don't the Democrats just get on board? They have a clear leader Let's line up behind the leader and March to victory in November right exactly and and and I and I think you have a really good question. I do think that there is a long history of Democrats being kind of annoyed with Bernie Sanders because he has a. He has a his own history of being shouted at times rather dismissive of Democrats. You know he way back in the eighties when I was first covering Vermont Politics for the Associated Press. He ran as a third party candidate for governor against the Republican Peter Smith in the eventual democratic winner. Madeleine Kunin I believe this was nineteen. Eighty six So Kenyon was running for her second term and second two year term in office and I went to a news conference I remember and it was one of the first times I had just been hired by the AP not long. Before and it was one of the first time I really met her covered Bernie Sanders and he was talking about how the Democratic and Republican parties were. Tweedle dum and tweedle dee as in very little distinction between them and if you're a Democrat who has worked in your parties You know just on issues like abortion rights for instance and you know that. Republicans generally oppose abortion rights. If you've worked on issues like environmental protection and you feel like Republicans aren't as strong on environmental protection as Democrats and go down a list of issues even working on as a as a party regular in the Democratic Party. And then this guy comes on and tells you that you're tweedle dee and tweedle dum with. Republicans that that's gotTa be cut. Frankly kind of annoying doesn't it? May but you know the the Lottery Democrats have actually gone towards the right and Bernie is from the left and he's gone a little bit more towards the center and To Me Ernie is more Democrat than any of the Democrats right now. Well if you're coming out of the all FDR Harry Truman tradition. You might be right about that Came Mike I thank you for the call. Very usually point you make and we'll have to see what unfolds is. It comes along so thanks a lot. Anyway we are fast approaching the top of the hour and I would Pretty much tell me that it's time to wrap up the grab show here in. Wd FM and am. I WanNa thank you all for listening very much. We'll be back with another edition of our program tomorrow. meanwhile Stay tuned for Bill Sair and Common Sense Radio and once again. Don't forget our podcast that we radio DOT COM is the website. Scroll down a bit rather. Follow the link from that homepage. That the Dave Ramsey show. Scroll down a bit and you will find a list of our reason programs. Thank the more in store. They're friendly. Funky world-famous store for their sponsorship of our podcast have a great afternoon. Everybody we'll talk tomorrow..
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"I would just say that we're trying to attract more people to Vermont In any way we can. I think that's part of the answer. Whether demographic challenges and we're doing everything we can to be more attractive more accommodating more welcoming and And have an economy. That's working for everyone so we I don't know any correlation to that but But again we just want to or one of the safest states in the country And And we want to To make sure that we're attractive to more people. Let's talk politics a little bit in in recent weeks we've seen a couple of well-known Vermont names in Vermont political circles. There is of course if governor Madeleine Kunin for going around with Keenan former governor Peter Chaman come out and make some critical remarks about our junior. Us Senator and local presidential candidate Bernie. Sanders the wondering. What are your thoughts about? Bernie Sanders well again. We have a good relationship working relationship with him and his His staff as well as Senator Leahy Congressman Welsh who are very fortunate to have a regardless of our political affiliation once. We're in office We do everything we can to help our our state tin then. I think we've That's been reflected in improved over the last Three years that I've been in office So we'll continue to do that. Senator Sanders did pretty well in New Hampshire and and did pretty well in Iowa so We'll see what happens is the move forward but that's not my party affiliation so.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Now that's A. I'm told a violation of Federal Whistle Blower Protection Act illegal in and of itself. I mean so. In other words there could be further crimes. Right sure I mean. The president is on restrained in this behavior. You know that's one of the things that's been important in leaders whether it's a governor or president but somebody who runs an organization is is not just to be aggressive and do what you want is to exercise restraint to to to to preserve the norms of civility of honesty of integrity norms. That are really essential to the well-being being of our country and the president prides himself on trashing. The norms In some appeal for some voters who just like his attack on political correctness but operating within guidelines with guardrails sin respect for The point of view of others is really essential to the well-being in the long term sustainability of our democracy In where you've got a president who is is violating the law on protecting whistle blower identity. That's an astonishing thing. 'cause even Senator Lott of the Republican Senator Grassley among them From Iowa He knows how important whistle blowers are to governmental accountability. And that's why we have in law. Aw Protections on the identity of the whistle blower. So when you've got the head of government flouting that law in fact putting I think that whistle blower in some personal jeopardy because of The president whipping up all the anger. About what that person did came forward That's my view. You found presidential now. Let's shift gears here a little bit talk about last night's pre State of the Union address because you just mentioned civility and the The the idea of reaching out and trying to accommodate the views of others may disagree with you and so on and so forth how how the President score on those on those ideas his in his State of the Union address last night. Well two two things number one in this is common. The president was touting all his accomplishments and listen to him We've never had a better economy for everybody and I just gotTa say That's not my experience you know before the day of the speech The day before I've been up in In in Barton Vermont and in Newport from us in about a week ago I was I was and Bradford and I'll tell you People are are struggling working hard. They're working together But whatever economy the president was was talking about. There's a lot of reminders especially in our rural parts of our state. That news to them that everything is so rosy I mean the fact is He hasn't done anything about infrastructure he talked about it last night but the infrastructure got dropped essay serious agenda item by Mitch McConnell When he told a press of the day after The passage of that tax cut that attitude trillion dollars to our deficit. Senator McConnell said we don't have any money So what I'm seeing is that the president is boasting about but he claims is the greatest economy but those folks I was with in Newport report and by the way a lot of those folks support president trump. But those folks are not all On this staircase to the heaven with these high stock valuations. They're struggling trying to pay their bills each month. Wages are flat And I see that in many parts as of rural America in rural Vermont so I was really disappointed that there was so much time spent bragging about things. Frankly in many cases were wrong but rather than focusing on. What's the challenge we have together because the challenge is we have in rural Vermont? Right talk to my Republican colleagues. They have the same challenges their you know their community hospitals are really struggling. They have they don't have five G.. In many cases they have no not on the Internet. No Gee it's really true. Yeah but you know what you need from. A leadership is about is is a AH defining with that challenges that we have to face in doing it together. It's not dividing us and it's not giving these statistics That are very misleading. There's parts of our country that are doing incredibly well in folks who are in the stock market have seen their Their their assets increased significantly but every day people are farmers. It's really really hard and I don't blame trump for the state of the economy but I do you say that as president. He's got responsibility to speak the truth about the challenges that we face in to invite all of us who are willing to work to try to address them to work together to get something done already In the last few minutes here I did want to get you to talk a little bit about our junior senator from Vermont and his Presidential Campaign Bernie Sanders. Of course have you endorsed him. Again this time on your sanders delegated the sixteen convention. But I endorse Bernie. Okay and What did you make of the of a couple of weeks ago when a couple of former governors of Vermont of people? I'm sure you know well. And it worked within the legislature and so on Peter someone on Madeleine Kunin Came out with critical remarks about Bernie Sanders. I you know. I really didn't make anything of it. Bernie's in the race for the Presidency Residency and some folks support him in the Democratic Party and a lot of Democrats in Peter in Madeleine are not Bernie supporters so. They spoke their remind. And that's part of what a campaign the campaign debate is about Bernie soon well. But he's got a long way to go from where he is to where he wants to get he. He appears to have received the most votes In Iowa I and the second most delegates very close to people. JIG He's doing well in New Hampshire some polls I've seen recently and even today has him out front But it is an enormous challenge and once you get up to that tier where you're in the front runner different runner Than folks who don't support you start Speaking out so I think Bernie. We can expect he's going to get more of that as he goes along. Yeah you know one of the things that struck me as a longtime reporter about the political interview in which Peter Chaman was quoted as saying that That Bernie Sanders plays dirty. What bugged me about that story in politico was was it didn't provide any examples? I mean the obvious be as question to ask once somebody says so and so plays dirty is give me some examples. What he you know? Do you have any anecdotes showing where he played dirty. Do you have any any any sense of sanders. Having played dirty over the years here in Vermont. Listen I'm not the one who made that statement. Okay I understand so you you give Peter at all. I've tried tried believe me the other Peter. That's right yeah I I did. Try to reach out to the day after I saw that to say. Let's do a little follow up here on the Dave Graham show and I haven't haven't haven't tracked down yet but The offer remains out there. If you have to be listening this morning governor shovel and and I would certainly love to have you on the show and talk to us about You know I'm I'm happy to entertain. Whatever the facts are in their affects the support? This in fact is rather broad statements. Let's have them out there. You know And then you know. Madeleine Madeleine Kunin. I thought her statement was Kinda funny too because she said that she quoted It's remarked that she was shocked when Sanders came out and said I would be a better governor for women than than than Madeleine Kunin. This is way back in nineteen eighty six. I believe it was when when he was an independent running against an a three way. Race between between Madeleine Kunin the Republican Peter. Well I'm Peter Smith. Excuse me another Peter Peter Smith and and and Bernie Sanders and that was his remark and and she was shocked by that just again. It struck me as that. It is possible. Isn't it for for a male candidate to be maybe better eh particularly for you know. Let's say for women who are maybe liberal in support of support Reproductive rights one example. Boris I mean there. There can be a lot of women who are much better on family issues or issues affecting men then men are and there can be so it's all particular we know that But yeah there was some hard feelings that was a tough campaign a mantle and running for reelection in Nineteen eighty-six Bernie jumping in the racist independent And that was doubt he only got EXCI- remember by fourteen percent of the vote but I do never his famous quote by the way questions. Madeleine's credential says one one of our leading advocates for women and women empowerment for sure you've yeah remember Bernie famous quote which I think really set the tone for years afterward for his relations with Democrats was to call the Republicans a Democratic Party tweedle dum and tweedle dee. I don't remember which was which but That was not a not a popular statement for many Democrats in Vermont at the time and I kind of stuck with them for for a long long time following but here he is. He's a one of the front runners for the Democratic nomination for president. So who knows right now. He isn't he gets a you know I was over in New Hampshire introducing one of his rallies and what I was struck by a I was his he he was. His tone of voice was lower than You know the Bernie we're used to And I thought quite empathetic and frankly I think he's got that. That's a good approach for him to try to reach out to more people.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Know all the fuss about the Hillary's emails that we have all this other stuff going on with uh-huh open you know unsecured telephone conversations with the president and All sorts of things like that. You just sort of go okay. By the way I'M GONNA point out about Hillary's emails that the Justice Department just very quietly folded that went up a couple of months ago and said yes. Actually not not anything prosecutable there. And that was the William Bar Justice Department Closed more closely tied to the president than really any Justice Department in Memory Marie and a president who has loved that locker up chant at his rallies. I really think it's a giant statement to say they actually couldn't come come up with the Hillary Clinton. Isn't it right. Yes well because I think that was actually the third investigation And of course it's all the the problems all the investigations of Benghazi and then of course there's been lying about whether soldiers were injured in the attack by Iran Iran and the US base in Iraq. The first there was nobody was armed and now we find that people have are being being hospitalized and the first number was eleven and now it's more so it's some point people. I think ordinary people have to ask themselves knows how much lying are are. They willing to tolerate I see that shuttering at the idea that we might actually convict a president Of High Crimes and misdemeanors. We've never done that before in the history of our country. Three and it's as a political scientist in a long time student of American politics. This is really momentous. And that's what's making give me so angry about the way it's being handled in the Senate. Yeah I I think you make a really really good point there that that Any any and even frankly in some of the media coverage and I try to avoid this on my own show of sort of making light of any of it because it we shouldn't This is very very heavy duty stuff and I and I think part of the making light of it frankly is just A desire to to to beat down the fear that it creates. Frankly yeah well on the one hand You I think other presidents would have taken the the Oh the PA- the opening of an impeachment inquiry and the eventual passage of impeachment as As a sign that There I needed to be a change in tone if not a change in behavior in the administration and In since that didn't happen I think the people who favor impeachment are sort of saying if this is what he does when he's under investigation. What's HE GONNA do? If he's exonerated on the other hand I think I think people who defend the president are also correct in saying. We've never done this before It should be really really really serious. And what's troubling to me. Is I agree with that and They don't seem to be really interested. Get in finding out how serious it is. A lot of people coming out in the last couple of weeks Criticizing Bernie Sanders. And I'm wondering do you think is doing any damage to the senator from Vermont. Well it's always the case that the person who's the perceived front runner is the subject of a greater scrutiny and also Efforts to cut him back down to size so this is completely predictable. I think I'm sanders is surprised everyone And whether the extraordinary level of his fundraising reading prowess And it's a learning to people who who don't want him to be the nominee That he will be able to stay in the race for as long as he wants if this if these fundraising numbers numbers hold up so I think that there's there's both political tactic and there's also sorts general surprised that he's doing as well as he's doing And at the same time Bernie. He's not a Democrat and he's And he's shaking over a Democratic Democrat Party's nomination And it's not surprising that people who've spent their lives being Democrats and building the party. are Troubled by the fact of that his outsider status is proving to be so popular among some people and and so durable so So you have to have that context for but it's also the case people get overtired. They've been campaigning a long time. It's easy four things to Little things to sort of get blown up out of Out of proportion but it's also the case remember it's the same reporters over and over again. They're assigned to specific candidates. How many times are they going to cover Elizabeth Warren campaign speech? They heard did it. Zillion Times right now and the same with Bernie so if they hear a kind of On Mike SORTA votes the conversation. That's going to prick up their ears and become news. And that's what happened with Horn and sanders and I think they both did a very good job of nipping it. He saw the picture of them arm in arm. Neither one of them wants a bruising battle within the Progressive Wing Off The Democratic Party. Yeah I don't think it works for either asserted out in the long term and you're right. I think a moment of peak is about all all there really was and in the these. Things do get exaggerated but I am wondering any damage to to sanders when the fact that Longtime Vermont Democrats Madeleine Kunin Peter Shaman. are among his critics. Well I don't Wanna I'm not Vermont. or so I I need to be tactful here here But it is also the case that They may have concerned a variety of concerns about Bernie None of them really shares his political agenda to quite the same ex- you know they're.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"We're joined in the this portion of our program this should be a wonderful discussion joined by governor fastener Madeline may kun. she served as the seventy seventh governor of Vermont from nineteen eighty five until nineteen ninety one. as a member of the Democratic Party she was a member of the administration of president Bill Clinton serving as deputy secretary of education she also served as US ambassador to Switzerland from nineteen ninety six to nineteen ninety nine. I had spoken with her a number of years back on her book the new feminist agenda. she is joining us on our program now to talk with us about a new publication entitled coming of age my journey to the eighties a memoir. it's so nice to speak with you again good morning. morning. part of the I guess way of getting us started is Hey some people refer to you as governor some people refer to you is ambassador the your tenure as governor obviously was longer but ambassador was more recent this one title resonate more with you than the other not really governor it is a little more useful useful in Vermont where people know me is that both the both positions were very fascinating and great honor to hold and you know coming back to Switzerland as ambassador the country where I was born that was kind of a home coming to an end has its own challenges in this book one of the things that you talk about fairly early on you use the phrase I am not old. being old be like. well you know I don't know where I am in the way of not. the reason I said that I wrote a poem you had was that the jazz concert and it just got to me it is for a roof I don't need my feet and through my arms this is so lively and captivating surf pro I felt the same as the young people there sure I think. obviously the age of eighty five kids of the old but in this post. this book is different from the other books ever open because I'm turning more inward I'm trying to. that meant how my body and my mind are changing as a make this transition to old age well how old do you actually feel. hello. about forty five. but seven day insure them climbing stairs and my news speak to me I know that I'm changing but the important thing is I could still do the stairs well that along with the fact that it's you know you still have your your faculty is completely about because if you have your mind I think that's one of the most important things in that a lot of us really think about as we start to age you know we want to be able to preserve our our our mental faculties so if you've got that that some people say that's half the battle right there. right right and just so. Jane your curiosity is over two hundred so what's happening what's going to happen the next day here to meet a new person or get a new idea digis hero of being alive as as the air future is shorter he is live more intensely the end is the set of carbide diem seize the day because you don't know how many days are ahead. as the first woman in U. S. history do have been elected governor of the U. S. state three times. did you feel specific pressures. well yes and no I made one tear in the job group try to do the best you can no matter what better over it also news that there would be a role model for future women in that position service conscience of the best the hero I did my best and it was it was a challenge but it was also great adventure and I could. also create new pathways for other women about half the people of my administration were female and that was because there was a lot of talent out there. it was rated defied power is to use power to empower others and so I I did consciously tried to do that you have identified with the feminist movement since the nineteen seventies. in terms of your feminist awakening if I can phrase it that way what kind of role did books like this. well inviting ari entered as a different though right thinking when I was in politics is a public figure I felt I had to be very careful like most politicians feel that some exceptions of course. I had to watch my words has to luxury behave and being out of politics being a former governor former ambassador I have a certain freedom that I couldn't where where I wanna wear and speak what I want to speak. still within certain limits of course because you're never totally stop putting words through a sieve to keep out anything that might. mobile regular offend people so. and if so. very much engaged in equality for women and I have it off of my public life and of course this has been such a banner year we're more women than ever ran for local office for Congress and is so hopefully it's so exciting that luminous saying you're a we belong at the table if we don't like what's happening in this country or in our state we have to have a vote we have to have a voice and the best way to do that is to really get cabins of the political system it was nineteen thirty three when you were born in Zurich. how did your family know when it was time to leave. have added bank ten trees and raises her invaded both of those cities so they got awfully close and so small country main there is of course Germany in the day we arrived in the United States is really really was in the war French. it was. it was getting dangerous of the special areas of Jewish family we felt the best way to handle this scary situation was to come to America some of my family went to Israel some went to. Great Britain so people who could who could sleep debt having been a refugee how did that. impact and how does it impact. how you feel about. immigration these days. as you know we may learn them acquire. I have a very positive attitude towards immigration I have to I have to accept the fact that being an immigrant from Europe was easier than the situation is for immigrants today in America for Latin America and Asia and the Middle East yeah it's a struggle and there are quotas and there. they're coming with. also without an education or training for a career but the motive is exactly the same for a better life for me we were a middle class family my mother was a widow my father died when I was too so it was different. yeah we couldn't grandmother spoke a little English and I learned English pretty quickly I think being an immigrant also gave me the old fashioned patriotic feeling about America and my mother would say to me and my brother anything is possible in America and we believe that and that was our our attitudes and our optimism me that's one reason I got into politics because I believe that I could do that that anything was possible in America no you're not a Holocaust survivor but you do harbor. Holocaust survivors guilt how do you explain where of. members of my family were killed in the Holocaust and Jen I'm cool and my father was German though my parents live in Switzerland and my mother's side they were French so. I don't know how many were killed but I know the man. died in a concentration camp and because of that sure is. so I was affected in this my parents has stated Germany I would be one of the victims sure. a great connection who is with those people and I feel they should be remembered somehow and just is the anonymous six million Madeleine Kunin joins us on our program on.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Margolis the political columnist of i._t. Digger dot oregon john you just sorta listeners know you've been around political journalism journalism for a long time. I did mckinley bryan race in one thousand nine hundred now not quite that far back i joke with people like covered the fairbanks administration ration- here in vermont but neither of us is that old and let's see i i started in vermont with madeleine kunin governor out here about six months in her first term. I'm back there in one thousand nine hundred five and of course your career took you to the national scene. You're one of the boys in bus way back right i was i was not there for the book. I did not appear. Look you got you got there shortly after the next one extra in the next election right yeah okay so your first presidential election was is <hes> well. I did do a two weeks of of sixty-eight. Covering george wallace is when i was still with newsday okay but the first one i did from start to finish was <hes>. Excuse me was seventy six which is when carter beat <hes> who are right. I will said reagan butterick. Recoil ford beat reagan for the nomination. That was an exciting convention. I remember watching on t._v. It was indeed so we can we're. We're getting a little little too much reminiscent here. I think john okay got roll back to the press. You come back. Come back to the president here and <hes> so you know we were talking to be just before the break about <hes> joe biden being maybe a little worrisome from the point of view of the the effect age has had on him and by the way while we're on that topic ah i think we have to knowledge won the bernie sanders who is a little older than biden one year one year older than the biden. That guy seems to be in amazingly good shape..
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics
"It. Walk on background girls. Thank you for joining us today today, I'm talking with Haya Morris is a former state Representative from Vermont. It was important for me to talk to Haya because one of the things that we do around guide is not only talk about the good. That happens that women of color in politics. Also, the fat. Unfortunately, Kaya has experienced her share of that. Although Vermont is a politically progressive state. There are still people in Vermont who felt that someone like Haya didn't. Unfortunately, this is something I hear from women of color who are running for office often. Will I be stopped when I'm canvassing will people listen to me. Will they look past my hair actually, understands the important things that are coming out of mine. Office is hard, but it's even harder for women of color. But we know women like Haya are able to overcome and persevere in do what is best for them in their community today. She shares her story with us. I am so excited to speak to you today. I've always admired you from afar, we've talked on Twitter and Email. So really appreciate having you here today for our first season. So let's start off with how did you? Discover your love politics. I think I've always been political family's always been political. My grandfather was a city council member. I, you know, had always worked on and worked on the Clinton campaign. I around, you know, so there were things that at least my college level. So there are things that certainly had always put a fire in me around politics, but I didn't see myself stepping into the political arena until I actually went through a leadership program actually based at a Washington D C through the impact center, and it was one of those types of moments where as I was going through my vision board some self aware I wanted to see my life going. I talked about the challenges that I was having in the workplace. But I also talked about the wonderful projects and things that I had an opportunity to connect with local folks around and our mentor at the time, you know, really said, you know, as a here, you're talking about the challenges that you're having in your life and the challenges are happening in your workplace there. You know, your voice drops your shoulders slump. There's sort of a palpable sadness it happens. But then I hear you talking about the things that you're doing in your community. There is a fire. That is just gorgeous to behold have you ever thought about running for office? And of course, everybody in the room was like sounds great. And I was just very confused. That sounds like a horrible prospect. Let's go and step into the political arena, which we know is. So it can be so vitrolic so binary as it feels very often just these sort of really hard divides in this the sort of severity that we imagined that's always within these fears, and I was like my sensitive hard. I have my strong side. But I also have my sensitive side. How will I do this kind of a world? So I kept talking to different folks that I knew that had been involved in politics, and then a plied for emerge program and was able to be in the first class, and it really was being in that emerged from month program really helped me understand what that actually means for you to step into the arena to offer to serve and to be in the space where power is held into claim that power for yourself, and for the people that you represent and it really made a a huge impact on me seeing myself as being able to do that. There was a reason why people were asking me, even though I didn't see myself in that role. There was a reason. And I wanted to find out what that reason was and so really having gone through emerge in having met created that sisterhood and seeing kind of behind the veil of this obscure. Sort of concept really helped me be able to see that. There was a space in a place in voice that I could offer within politics. I love it. And you talk about that when it comes to running for office. A lot of times, we don't see it in our cells. But other people seed in us, and we have to have that extra push. So what was it that actually drove you to say, okay? The time is now for me to file to run make a difference while I feel that we're led to where Ramin to be end. Really the fact that I had the opportunity to mentor underneath governor Madeleine Kunin and be in that incredible space if people who were so encouraging knowing that there was going to be an opportunity right there that was happening. It seemed like this was you know, this was your sign. This was your sign an as I went around collecting signatures to get my name placed on the ballot just feeling that Powell. Excitement that people had around an opportunity for something different something fresh knowing that, you know, I had built its reputation as a person who stood for the people end was courageous was bold and was willing to fight. But also, you know, could come with the savvy in the intelligence in the skills to be able to get things done and had a strong work ethic. Seeing how much it meant for people to to be
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Okay. Then he wasn't talking. I'm fine. I'm fine. Actually. Sure. Oh, yeah. I know I believe it. No. I mean, I think they're actually are moments even on our show. I noticed where if women had interesting takes on science that were maybe, you know, outside of the mainstream. Even our shows a comedy show where people might say something about something science. Adjacent adjacent people really come out in the comments to be like I really didn't like that. That was this this as men and women when a lot of men come on and say just absurd stuff. Yes. And sometimes they're they believe what they say. You know, everyone there's a degree of of humor to what everyone's saying. But again, we I've I've definitely noticed that where people a they definitely have the energy sort of call like a woman's commentary out you. Yeah. Yeah. And we're a show that is you know, on its face not. We're we absolutely try and make it a point tonight dabble in any kind of toxic masculinity. And his even handed with what our takes are. But it's still I think they're still just sort of that like there's an inbuilt sort of misogyny internalized misogyny that creeps up. Yeah. I think the response sometimes is why didn't you stop her? Why didn't you guys ran down? And it's like, you know, that's them internalizing like how this is supposed to go, right? Basically that you have to swat it down. Right. And I'm like well. No, that's that's what they wanted to say. I didn't I never said I agreed with it. But I'm you know, the shows for people to express themselves not enough, interrupting. You should have told her to smile more. Yeah. We can hear that through audio. I do think it's a I have personally witnessed the same thing where it's it seems to be worse in fields like science. Yeah. Which is interesting but going back to like politics, Mike ability, according to the Barbara Lee family foundation. And this is the foundation that studies the representation of women in politics. They found in two thousand ten the most significant predictor when it came to the possibility for successful candidacy for woman was like ability, and that is a big deal because it directly impacts representation and who gets a seat at the table and on top of that other than being quiet and not threatening long accepted social norms. What is like ability? Some people said it was being honest, looking the part, which okay, that's a big can of worms a problem solver like. But I don't just vague terms. That mean good. You mean integrity now likability. Okay. You mean someone who is willing to sort of think out an issue and find a solution now like ability? Yeah. Solver whatever that is. I feel like looking the part would be being a man. Right. Yeah. No for real. Yeah. Vermont's first female and first Jewish governor Madeleine Kunin wrote about this. And she wrote if you're tough enough to be commander in chief. You're not likable. You lose some of your feminity so women have to walk a very fine line to be both. And usually they don't wear well over time. I would agree. That's kind of like the cool girl thing where you can do it for a little bit. But it wears off. Yeah. I imagine that would be incredibly exhausting to have to be responding to criticism from idiots who you. Are making points that like are are incorrect, and you are having to do like that. That's the thing with like Elizabeth Warren, if she does drink a beer, and it doesn't seem authentic. Maybe it's not a tick because she feels a little off kilter because she's having to react to your stupid criticism. All the time. Yeah. I don't know. It's it. I think that it must be just this can't be very healthy for, you know, a person's mental health to have to deal with this sort of. Yes. Yeah. I agree. And I think. It's it's just a lot to ask. And we're asking it if someone who in theory is going to be the like in charge of our country and one of the most powerful people in the world, and we're basing it on. I I don't know. I guess I like it does I don't believe she really liked that beer. So she was a special forces pilot. Okay. But shift grandma glasses. I don't know. I can't this. Then can't let that stand. Look the part. That's it mentioned the cool girl thing that reminds me of the monologue from gone girl, which is one of my on a lugs ever where she talks about having to pretend to be something you're not and eventually you're going to start murdering people as that movie. Todd sprit. Yeah, that's the eventual outcome. So we should be very concerned about this whole thing as it turns out. That's right. For all of you. Oh, I I would watch that horror movie in a heartbeat. Oh, yeah. I would watch that if it was an action movie if it was just like Rambo just her going through, and yes or revenge. I wanna see that now in a mech suit maybe like to make like men's dress efficient. Yeah. Somebody listening please make that I mean. Yeah. Do you know who she is represented by maybe spec script get that to her braiding? I would love to see her act in it. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. Actually cathartic. Yes. It it needs to be her. Yeah. Yeah. And I think her acting won't be very good. And I'm very excited about that. I think it's going to be kind of like stilted. No. You know, what she won't have to see a thing. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's omnipotent to use a word. She's just pulls up vaporizes Trump with her like with her blinks, it'll be the first special effects like green screen thing where we're actually showing her what the audience is seeing. So we can capture her performance as she witnesses. Donald trump. Loaned to pieces. This sounds very cathartic for all of us. I know I'm getting way too into this. I'm like, okay. Here's how we do it guys. It's going to be claymation stop motion. Okay. Or every time. She smiles it unleashes this energy bursts because I should smile more. It's like, no. Oh, I think this is an Oscar winner something. Yeah. Intimate. It we got an animated short at the very least, oh anyone is good at flashing mission. I am so into this. So under this he called hell hath, no fury. Wow. It would be the tagline. I'm not going to be able to sleep tonight. It would be called hill. Hath no fury. Is not the best in the biz for nothin'. Folks. This is so good. I mean, if someone up with ideas, I'll never be made baby. This whole episode is it's been great. But that alone. Oh, I'm so glad we got that. Just cut it down to this pitch. I love it, Jack and miles hill hath. No, you're well. Thanks so much for having.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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"madeleine kunin" Discussed on Z104
"That that is more of a concern that used to be grateful the pretty good health now and can still function. But. I can't dwell on that too much. As you get older, you still could be happy you. So can enjoy things, you know, sunsets. Identified with lovers holding hands and sitting at the edge of the sea. But other people can enjoy sunsets to and you may in fact, I have more time to watch the sunset. So a new idea a new friendship, a new discovery. That's still there. Our pleasure. So. I try not to concentrate too heavily on the fact that I'm eighty five which still seems incredible. To me. I looked at that. Number say, that's not me. I think people are somewhat shocked when they've -eckognize their age because living as if they were younger living. Well, isn't that something the mind just seems younger than what the body will allow the stairs, look steeper? But the mind remembers skipping down those stairs as a young girl. So the reality is a little jarring taking it all in accepting it and enjoying the sunset as you said at any age. I want you to your thoughts on how this country treats its elderly. Do you see a need for policy changes? I mean with life expectancy greater increasingly larger elderly population. What is this country doing wrong? And what is it doing, right? Well, there's two important factors to enjoying old age is economic security is one and health is the other. So as long as we can provide some economic security and access to good medical care. Denver taking good care of elderly. But it varies so much for many people social security is a lifesaver is often enough to live on. So I think maintaining social security maintaining other economic policies is critical. That is what we have to really focus on and access to healthcare. So will Care Act is still a big deal and trying to whittle away and destroyed Affordable Care Act will be a big frightening phenomenon for the elderly. So and sociability senior centers and churches and oganizations. There's a lot of evidence that. Men who are socially attached to have friendships who belong to this Asians that keeps them alive and often healthy. So I think the country we should look at our aging population as a huge burden as an opportunity to make sure that they still could to society into their families and friends and that they're not suffering as 'isolation, which some elderly people. Unfortunately, that's been their experience. I hope I can coax you into reading a selection of your cheeses from your buck. Oh, I will let me that would be wonderful. Okay. The poem no longer. Please. No longer. No longer. Will you make love before breakfast? No goodwill. I dream. I've seen new-zealand though. The Cape of Good Hope or bears in the wild. No longer. Would. I say, yes. The no no longer will dangerous sparkling safe. She looked. Oh, no longer will look my body without comparison between who I was and who have become blaming the light for the difference. Can I toss my hair over my face in count one hundred strokes? No longer can I do without Nike team day cream slathering announce after else. Can I be comfortable sitting in my chair reading for hours without getting up to stretch, my arms and legs? Admit Lucius, bumps. No longer can I skip downstairs like a girl flying without feeling. A thing. No longer. Can I approach the precipice without swaying against my will no longer? Do. I think has we'll be in ten years twenty or more. Now, I think in ones or twos threes long enough to still hunger for the food of life. No good wish for the next day or the next year to come quickly. Like I did the year. I turned ten I want the taste to saunter like a leisurely museums stroller who stops now, and then to gauge and get closer to the campus to see the brush strokes and then steps back for the long view before moving. Embassador Madeleine Kunin her latest book is coming of age my journey to the eighties. Her three. Previous books are living a political life. The new feminist agenda defining the next revolution for women work and family and pearls,.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on Z104
"If you live with it. It just women, but men and young people too. So it's been a big surprise for me. As of course, very gratifying were there any difficulties in becoming so personal. I mean, as you're writing this as you just said, you toyed with oh have I revealed too much or what is going to yield? What did you learn about yourself in writing this? Well, that's a good question. I'm just recording an audio book. Now as a read over I think of new things new things that maybe I should put it. But I'm pretty a piece with at this point because of the response write about my body changing. I talk about my mind changing has become somewhat forgetful and people resonate with that. It's not just me is everybody who goes. With these changes in life. It's what we all experience. And the commonality of that the connection is is very satisfying. Certainly with aging part of life that must be validating to hear about the process. Both emotionally and physically over the decades from someone better known. I imagine what is the most substantial change for you aging. Well, I think the thing I feel most and I suspect most people do is my mental ability every time I look for a name, and I can't find it. Thank goodness for Google. Or look for the name of a city or try to recall some of my experiences, and it's more. It's more difficult. Just not such a smooth. Right. So fear. Losing my ability to to speak as public speaking. During speaking about the book, so just want to hold on as long as possible. And because you don't know you don't know what the future holds, you don't know if you stub your toe and fall down feet first or head first that that is more concerned than it used to be. I'm grateful the pretty good health now and can still function. But yeah, that can't dwell on that too much. As you get older, you still could be happy. You still can enjoy things, you know, sunset, sir. Identified with lovers holding hands and sitting at the edge of the sea, but old people can enjoy sunsets to and you may in fact have more time to watch the sunset. So a new idea a new friendship new discovery. That's still. Bergische pleasure. So. I try not to concentrate too heavily on the fact that I'm eighty five which still seems incredible. To me, I looked at that number and say, that's me. And I think people are somewhat shocked when they recognize their age because the living as if they were younger living. Well, isn't that something the mind just seems younger than what the body will allow the stairs, look steeper? But the mind remembers skipping down those stairs is a young girl. So the reality is a little jarring taking it all in accepting it and enjoying the sunset is you said at any age, I want you to your thoughts on how this country treats its elderly. Do you see a need for policy changes? I mean with life expectancy greater increasingly larger elderly population. What is this country doing wrong? And what is it doing, right? Well, you know, the two important factors to enjoying old age is economic security is one and health is the other. So as long as we can provide some economic security and access to good medical care. Dead. We're taking good care of elderly. But it varies so much for many people social security is a lifesaver yet is often enough to live on. So I think maintaining social security maintaining other economic policies is critical and that is what we have to really focus on and access to healthcare. So the photo Care Act is still a big deal and trying to whittle away and destroyed Affordable Care Act will be big frightening phenomenon for the elderly. So and sociability, you know, senior centers and churches and organizations. There's a lot of evidence. The women and men who are socially attached to have friendship super long to the stations that keeps them alive and often healthy. So think as a country we shouldn't look at our aging population as a huge burden, but as an opportunity to make sure that they still contribute to society into their families and friends and that they're not suffering as 'isolation, which some elderly people. Unfortunately, that's been their experience. I hope I can coax you into reading a selection of your choosing from Europe. Buck. Oh, I will let me that would be wonderful. Okay. I'll be home no longer. Please. No longer. No longer. Will you make before breakfast? No, I dream. I've seen. In New Zealand the Cape of Good Hope or bears in the wild. No longer. Would. I say, yes. More than no no longer will dangerous sparkle them safe. She looked oh no longer will look at my body without comparison between who I was and who have become blaming the light for the difference. Can I tossed my hair over my face in count one hundred strokes? No longer can I do without Nike team day cream slathering announce after else longer. Can I be comfortable sitting in my chair reading for hours without getting up to stretch, my arms and legs? No longer. Can I walk with looking down at my feet to avoid mean cracks and malicious bumps no longer can I skip downstairs like a girl flying with a feely thing. No longer. Can I approach the precipice without swaying against my will no longer? Do. I think we'll be in ten years or twenty or more. Now, I think in ones or twos or threes long enough to still hunger for the food of life. I wish for the next day or the next year to come quickly. Like I did the year. I turned ten I want to taste to saunter like a leisurely museums stroller who stops down, and then to gauge and get closer to the campus to see the brush strokes and then steps back for the long view before moving. That was in Basseterre Madeleine Kunin her latest book is coming of age my journey to the eighties. Her three. Previous books are living a political life. The new feminist agenda defining the next revolution for women work and family and.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"One of the ways you cleansed yourself was to go back and work for socialist mayor Burlington right for governor yet running for governor at that time, right as as an independent against Madeleine Kunin who was in the middle of her first to your term when. Bernie announced and for the record. Lincoln was one of the few Democrats, Vermont in two thousand sixteen who supported Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders, which was a small minority of people. Vermont is the only state during the during the primary process where once candidates swept all of the delegates. So that was certainly a minority position so, but back in eighty six. What was it that that drew you to to Bernie? Well, I, you know, I had been corrigo radicalized at undergraduate school and I came back home again to this sort of sleepy place, and I was looking for, you know, what am I gonna do now kicked out of college, right? I don't have a job and you know he was running and I call down to his office to see if I can help out and guiding. Phil from auntie came up who's been a friend of mine. Now for decades came up and then should have been my first warning David. By the time he left. My house. I was the county coordinator campaign with absolutely no political experience whatsoever seemed good at the time. But in hindsight, said about a warning Sam know about him at this cockatoo Sieber exactly Bernie at an event when he came, I staffed a minute event. He came up to in in Franklin county, and you know, we, I guess we hit it off and he called me up and said, can you come down to work and Burlington a couple of days a week, and it's been, I don't know how many years is that now thirty years since then how which, which is the greatest thing in in politics. When you have these long term, relationships were of trust where you you really know how someone thinks. Absolutely. What. What was it then? What? What do you recall about your initial interactions with? I mean, I I will tell you that the impression of him generally is that he believes deeply in what he believes in completely sincerely doesn't have a whole lot of time for kind of social niceties. He's got more important things on his mind. Right. And I try, I assume you, it's like that. Yeah, he wasn't. You don't some ways. You know, we were going around the state and he was, you know, he would meet with small groups of people, eight, ten people, you know, far cry from the thirty thousand get a person crowds. He had twenty sixteen, but you know some ways that there were some Larry's because at that point he was mayor Burlington, not that well known or that itself was a national story when race. Absolutely. Because he he was. He was clearly on the. Left Iran came out of nowhere. You know, not up machine, machine politician in Burlington, but outside the Burlington, Burlington, Vermont, Burlington, you'll look at as a small city, but in Vermont, Burlington's the big city, right? And so among rural people and small town, people Burlington's looked at what at that time was looked at as sort of like the big city. And so people know really what to make of him outside of Burlington. So yet a lot of work to do a truth matters. He ended up being very popular with rural people in particular, I think who appreciated his sincerity and understood that he was, you know, believe what he said. You know, let me ask you question about that because he did my very first acts files, two hundred seventy seven shows ago and who's counting David? Well, you know, I like to have a little meter on my desk, but and one of the things that talked about was was guns. And I asked him and I actually really appreciated his candor said, if you were representing Brooklyn where you grew up rather than for my, would your position be have been different on on guns because he had been sort of moderate on the issue. And he said, probably so, yeah, although gotta tell you in Vermont, you know, his position, Vermont, particularly in the eighties when he was running for trying to run for congress, you know, it was really very because they're very, extremely left's. You know, Howard Dean had an a plus rating from the NRA throughout his entire career..
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Kalahal move she gets a develops gold pin final full addition slips france about oh my oh my god will she had this again in her more or less your artistic director madeleine kunin 42 real i can never dance again tara i watch london foreign kennard guy's ahead no one take eighteen months and expects him to the national ballet company telling possible research trainers two because of my life kids christy am doing she could done in their chance dancing could make you seacot that's what makes me me mr everything has every day you uploaded your cells in a moment just let we did all the other back all right to dance academy wow byebye dance academy gotten okay reviews its obviously about dancing period that's the deal and did could find an audience i think on streaming it will it's about the top dancers people like that the competition all of that thanks for listening to this hour of america's tonight if you catch a flick through a cheap move your views said this is gordon deal friday on this morning america's first news if it seemed president trump is bull praising and battling the nra in the wake of the florida school shooting you may be right we'll explain also the city's training staff and their public libraries to use drugs like nor can to help battle opioid overdoses and the red flags on your tax return that could lead to an audit like a sudden melt in the business expenses friday on this morning america's first news gordon deal with the mirror.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And i would arriving onto the seamstress and have them made my size but i learned it was such a cheap television station i had to do my own camera work so it taught me i mean a prepared me for what i'm doing now really unsuspectingly at the time oh yes that the end up i was shooting it's that weird so i'm you set up the camera on a tripod and in those days it was a low light kit this giant light and you would i would measure put the first knob on my waist and the third knob on my head and then put that out there and focus on it and put a leaf because in vermont there's always a leaf around put leaf on the ground move it push playing record run out in front try to remember what i was gonna say comeback check that i didn't cut my forehead off then raced back and big bigbudget some yeah it was intense but it's you know i definitely had governor madeleine kunin press conferences with no audio because it looked like it was plugged in way wasn't played in all the way and then other times people were bernie sanders was blew a lot because i forgot to white balance and if you do that ones then you remember again as as they say in television let's go to the video okay i'm here with chris cornell and can fail are a little punch she they just want an award chris has actually my frock on that looks good on you i think i think it's nice you into then and drowsiness thing you'll be lucky to get this one back where are you gonna put your moon man.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And have them made my thighs um but i learned it was such a cheap television station i had to do my own camera work so it taught me i mean a prepared me for what i'm doing now really suspecting lay at the time oh yes that end up i was shooting it's that weird so i'm you set up the camera on a tripod in in those days there was a lull light kit this giant light and you would i would measure put the first knob on my waist and the third knob on my head and then put that out there and focus on it and put a leaf because in vermont there's always a leaf around put leaf on the ground move it push playing record run out in front try to remember what i was gonna say comeback check that i didn't cut my forehead off and then raced back in big big budgets some yeah it it was intense but it's you know i definitely had governor madeleine kunin press conferences with no audio because it looked like it was plugged in but it wasn't played in all the way and then other times people were bernie sanders was blew a lot because i forgot to white balance and if you do that one then you remember not only do it again yep as as they say in television let's go to the video okay i'm here with chris cornell and can fail their little punch she they just won an award chris has actually my frock on that looks good on you i think i think it's nice you into then androgenouslooking you'll be lucky to get this one back where are you going to what your moon man you guys won for best hard rock heavy metal which one are you hard rocker heather ann arbor so metal.
"madeleine kunin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Was making so little that my accountant aunt would let give me her old clothes and i would arriving onto the scene stress and have them made my signs but i learned it was such a cheap television station i had to do my own camera work so it taught me i mean you prepared me for what i'm doing now really on suspecting lay at the time oh yes that end up i was shooting it's not weird so i'm you set up the camera on a tripod and in those days it was a low light kit this giant light and you would i would measure that the first knob on my waste in the third knob on my head and then put that out there and focus on it and put a leaf because in vermont there's always a leaf around put leaf on the ground move it push playing record run out in front try to remember what i was gonna say comeback check that i didn't cut my forehead off then raced back and big big budget some yeah it was intense but it's you know i definitely had governor madeleine kunin press conferences with no audio because it looked like it was plugged damn it wasn't played in all the way and then other times you know people were bernie sanders was blew a lot because i forgot to white balance and if you do that ones then you remember not only do it again as as they say it television let's go to the video okay i'm here with chris cornell and can fail there are a little of punchy they just want an award chris has actually my frock on that looks good on.