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Fresh update on "madison" discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"I. Said well because when you're tired of them, you can always give them back and say, okay, takeaway now it. Is just curious about So you boys have got a healthy attitude towards women and and generally I understand that you know women are women are to be appreciated and cherished in that abused. In very funny I, look at the four boys and. My husband was said, you're Crowley wimpy two of them are very. They're very conscious of. have their wives feel you know if they're set? Why are they upset and he airline in Madison's is like you let them we're on A. Am I think that's because They they watched him do the H-. Chimney very concerned about. But for different reasons. Right and then my. My second to my youngest like he's in high as in college in, he's all about football cell. He plays on the football team. So he's island have time for women Alva do wine. Just. End In at my youngest is same. He's. Never, get. Married. My my brother I talked to my brother WHO's in North Carolina yesterday and he said he had a date lined up with the girl but then she kinda put him in in the friend zone I said you have no idea. Bless you are. You don't WanNa start dating. Believe me dating is the worst thing. It's Eh I put I kind of liken dating to like going to a store and trying on suits you just try people. Hating. Never the same what you get the home. Like. In the storm, right they're always. So everybody's so nice to each other when dating, and soon as they get in a relationship, they just turn mean on each other. Really Weird or whereas human the very messed up people are you an optimist for the future was all you've been through and all you doing now the you have a spirit of optimism for where we go as you manny. Yeah I think. I'm realistic about. The the potential to do evil. But there is still a part of me that says, there's a whole lot of potential to do, PGA? That's a that's a great great message. So wrapping this up for for my audience day and again mentioned.
Mayor Lightfoot calls on authorities to hold Chicago looters accountable
"We We are are getting getting word word of of the the large large gathering gathering of of police police officers officers near near Karloff Karloff and and Madison. Madison. On On the the West West Side. Side. There There are are reports reports that that an an officer officer has been injured and that the crowd in the area had been firing. Fireworks at police were continuing to watch this and we'll keep you updated. Mayor Lightfoot says Judges need to step up and be responsible and hold criminals responsible after the weekend unrest. She also called on the Cook County state's attorney to doom or put your best people on this. We have made the case We have the video. We have the officer's testimony. These people need to be held accountable and not cycle through the system takes Attorney Kim Foxx handle it this way. Questions that we have to start asking our wire we hear What is this? What is the data show and tell us And my data isn't overly simple to give you an answer that says, if it's exit must be why But what it should allow us to do a start to ask the questions and work together. Box called for teamwork rather than for finger pointing at this
Fresh update on "madison" discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"It was 2010 and they were both going to the same vocal coach. Initially, they were friends, but within a year they were back and forth to Nashville, first, performing under the name Sweet, A Leanna. After high school, they moved to Nashville to pursue a music career when they were signed to a label. They instead used their real first name's Madison and Taylor or Maddie and Tae for short. Right. Coming up on K R l D. We've got the very latest on a big food drive at Fair Park. Now they've done these before This one. Today is a little bit of different little different. They are accepting walk up. You have to be in a car. We'll tell you about that coming up with a live report. Right now 28 we checked traffic.
Radio City "Christmas Spectacular" canceled for first time ever
"Annual New York City holiday. Spectacular will be toned down. This here uses Chris Barnes reports. Officials have announced that the 2020 radio city Christmas Spectacular Spectacular featuring featuring the the radio radio city city Rockettes, Rockettes, is is canceled canceled due due to to the the uncertainty. uncertainty. Surrounding Surrounding Covad, Covad, 19. 19. It's It's the the first first time time since since 1933 1933 that that the the show show that that was was slated slated to run from the sixth of November through January 3rd has been canceled. In addition, MSG Entertainment, which owns Radio City Music Hall and Madison Square Garden, plans to lay off 350 people or 1/3 of its corporate World Force
Fresh "Madison" from Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"Serious, but that will slow you down a little bit. Ah, 13th and Madison west of Colorado. That's a crash kind of in the neighborhood. Your drive this morning on I 25 looks good through downtown heavy traffic this morning. That's for sure. So you're south of 25. Drive's going to be heavy from I 73 downtown, your I 70. Drive's going to start loading up Now that the sun comes up with those hazy clouds. We've got You're eastbound drive. Still okay past bright, but that's getting busier. Westbound is heavy around 2 to 5 that ramp from South bound 2 to 5 on to I 25. That's getting busier. This morning s O is that drive on to 70? You mentioned the wildfires I 70 still closed between.
Breathe Again: From Miasmatic Disease To Modern Day Misconceptions
"Hopefully, you've already heard that we lost a documentary recently, it is just taking off all over the Internet and the name of the documentary is called mask facts science in history of mask in medicine, and as you know right now we are dealing with A. Nationwide and worldwide pandemic, and we're looking for solutions and we're looking for things that have real efficacy to protect our citizens and to also maintain a level of health into to to create a system where we don't go through this again, that's what it really is at the end of the day because in truth the next viruses coming, you know Kobe twenty over. Twenty, one just like the flu virus you know these viruses mutate as we're GonNa talk about today, and we'll be dealing with more infectious diseases in the future. This is how life works, and so we went to look at what are some real clinically proven real world solutions to keep our citizens healthy and so we lost this documentary again, just skyrocket is over. Half, a million views already this week and has been a few days but something happened. Something happened I'm going to share with you a little bit later in the show but as of now, you check out the full documentary at the Model Hill show dot com for slash mask facts as I mentioned today, we're GonNa go on an adventure. We're going to go through some of the data that was in the documentary, but also ribbon dig a little deeper would expand on some things we're GonNa have a good time. And really, we want look at the beginning of this utilization of mask in medicine where the start and I think it's important to in that humans have been wearing masks for forever I for thousands of years whether it's for ritual whether it's for celebration also wore that's a time that different types of masks have been used but the specific use of masks in medicine actually started around sixteen hundreds when physician Charles de created the earliest versions of a has met suit. At this time he was looking at how can we protect the physician Dat was dealing with we're talking about this time of like the black plague, right the deal with plagues it was called a plague doctor. So a featured a waxed overcoat a lengthy Cain to examine people. Can you imagine somebody examining you am cocaine you with a cane from like six feet away? How disrespectful? So they had a cane also, there was this menacing eat mask that was part of this particular has met with this form of protection. and. The interesting thing is that this mask had very different purpose than you might suspect. Because at the time physicians all over believed in something called the Maya's matic theory of disease. And basically, the miasma theory of disease means the disease is passed from person to person or from the environment to person through the inhalation of quote. Bad Air. is coming from the environment, not necessarily prisoner person, but coming from the environment in inhaling bad air was the primary cause of disease. All right. Now, the mask was not necessarily used to prevent the physician from inhaling bad air what the beak mask was actually four was to crowd out the batter and instead hill good air and what they were doing was stuffing the mask of beat to keep it away from the person and they could even lights it light it on fire lake again Billy Madison. There's a scene where they're like the taking back the poop in lights on fire people sports. So they can actually stuff the beak with herbs and spices right shot at the KFC, and then they can inhale this good air to help crowd out the batter that was the technology that was there that was their approach and they felt that was affected. So this actually continued for quite a while with this mayes matic theory disease, you might think that this is a long time ago because it sounds strange. But the Maya's matic theory of disease did not become obsolete until the twentieth century that's actually finally became obsolete in the germ theory of disease really started to take hold. And this was around the nineteen hundreds. Physicians were now beginning to wear preliminary versions of surgical mask with a primary function of protecting the patient from contamination in surgical site infection. So kind of looking at today, it was used to protect the patient from the physician. In them not you know spraying out on them during the procedure in increasing their risk of infection. Now, visually, this became common practice for healthcare workers to wear mask and the surgical setting. Now is more hygienic practices began to be incorporated into operating rooms in hospitals. Several scientists sought out to discover whether or not the ritual of wearing a mask in surgery at a high level of effectiveness in preventing infection, which is their intent surprisingly several studies including a Meta analysis, and this means multiple studies a conglomeration of multiple studies examining this issue. This was published in Cochrane systematic review, very prestigious found that when physicians wore a mask or didn't wear a mask quote, there was no statistically significant difference in infection rates between the masked in unmask group in any of the trials. Could. Now, what this means is that even over one hundred years after the inception of the mask in surgery, the researchers noted that at best quote it is unclear whether wearing surgical face masks result in any harm or benefit to the patient undergoing clean surgery. In quote I want to look a little bit further because this just didn't make sense how this not be proven to be helpful at least in. So another study, this was published in the Journal of Hospital infections appropriate title. And they also concluded that the use of surgical masks surgery are obsolete and unnecessary. Researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research and policy summarises by stating quote clinical trials in the surgery theater have found no difference in wound infection rates with and without surgical mask. Despite these findings, it has been difficult for surgeons to give up a long standing practice.
Fresh update on "madison" discussed on The Leadoff Spot
"6 80 Tyler Anderson make his third start of the season for the Giants and pitch in place of very Smiley, as he did last week. He tells five shutout innings against the Rockies at Coors Field, Brandon He wanted a pair of games earlier this year in relief. He made his first start last week against Arizona on Thursday. He allowed only two hits and walked three. He right now is to record with a 30.8 70 are a some other news out of Major League Baseball. Madison Bumgarner is headed to the injured list. After he was pulled from the ballgame, giving up all those home runs the other day with back tightness trying to pick through it. He's headed to the Isle and Major League Baseball Reports or Jeff passing of ESPN reports that Anjali Baseball is looking into a bubble league. For the post season this year. Stay tuned for that developing story. Those here half past headlines.
Pregnancy and Covid-19. What We Know and How To Protect Yourself.
"Pregnancy can be an anxiety provoking situation but the pandemic has ramped up the level of fear and questions way up. Am I gonNA, get it if I get it what does that mean? Am I gonNA keep my job what kind of a lifetime I creating for my baby Dr Riley. The chair of Obgyn at Weill Cornell Medicine and the obstetrician in chief at New York. Presbyterian in just like her patients she's been scrambling to figure out exactly the right things to do literally policies were changing every single day. And it was a matter of what we learning about this disease. Can you protect patients? Can you protect the providers it was tiring Generally speaking the research on pregnancy and cove in nineteen has not been conclusive so far there have been a lot of small studies and in the US, the data has been spotty even recent CDC report a study with relatively large sample size of around eight thousand people has been difficult to interpret because of gaps in the data. One thing in Madison is that we like to study things and then we like to get answers and then we like to operate based on those answers and so that's been I think one of the more challenging pieces of it is just the sheer you know constantly saying, I. Don't know. Not sure I think this is.
Fresh "Madison" from Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller
"Morning waking up too much more comfortable conditions going to be less humid for today, mostly sunny skies, a high of 82 For tonight means clearing comfortable. 64 late side 56 inland Wednesday, mostly sunny. 83 Thursday, mostly sunny. 83 Friday. Partly cloudy, slight chance of storms. The high of 83 And Saturday Partly cloudy and warm chance of storms of high of 84 meteorologist Brightness Danske With the storm team forecasts done, J. Madison 62 Green Bay 61 Walkinshaw 63 67 in Milwaukee, and W T M. J coffee. Check phone Jack Mask check. The latest news,.
Not Flying This Summer? Many Americans Are Hitting The Road In RVs
"Flying is not all that attractive these days but with gas prices, low travelers are hitting the road some of them worried about staying in hotels and eating in restaurants have decided to go a different way they're taking an RV, a recreational vehicle for the first time Melanie peoples has more like a lot of people amy holded has never driven anything bigger than an SUV, but she's about to get behind the wheel of a thirty foot long house on wheels. Getting their first look at their home for the next ten days amy her mom Sandra and especially her twelve year old son Duncan are thrilled. Why Goal. Very. It looks plenty big for their trip for Madison Alabama to Cape Cod Massachusetts there's a table, a kitchen, a back bedroom, even a shower and bathroom not to mention walls that slide out to make their living space even bigger. Cheryl Huddle is the owner of the RV. Okay. So normally start at the front door we're just GONNA go around and everything's been cleaned with bleach because of covid you wouldn't think it but it takes two hours for huddled to show hold it everything she needs to know there's all the indoor stuff how the benches turned into bed when to hook up to electricity when to use the generator, how to turn on the generator not to mention all the outside stuff like power cord water hookup right now we get into the Control panel. Air Conditioner where're you headed to this? Wasn't the vacation hold each who works us an esthetician in a salon had planned for her family. They were all supposed to fly to why and sure they could have just put that off for another year. But Amy wanted something for making memories this summer my Dad Alzheimer's, and my mom has a progressive memory loss as well and I knew. I don't know how many trips we have left in us. You know there's a lot of uncertainty right now and I, just kind of went with it just kept thinking about it and kept thinking about it and i. just kind of jumped off the cliff and didn't that is not to say, she doesn't expect challenges. But as she's navigating her new role as a single mom she's discovering learning to overcome them is a good thing and so there was a little bit of uncertainty of of doing it myself. But I've. Always, been able to do it myself before for the most part on you know struggle sometimes but I think I can do it. She doesn't want to look back on this year as the year corona virus ruined everything. Hold it is not alone nationwide three times as many people are renting vs the summer according to the RV renting service RV share CEO. John Gray, says, people are Leery of shared spaces are discovering. What's great about RV's people can bring the bathroom with them. They can bring their kitchen with them, and that premium of control that has always existed in RV travel is even more of a premium. This year prices run from fifty dollars a night for a pop-up Camper two thousand and night depending on size and level of luxury. Despite the Corona Virus Americans certainly aren't sitting at home, the American Automobile Association Aaa Expect six hundred, eighty, three, million, car trips this summer that's only a three percent drop from last year bottom line is Americans plan to travel genetic Kesse is a spokesperson for AAA. One thing different this summer she says is people have to plan ahead you want to plan your trip from eight point. Be Not just to know how you're going to get there. But where and when you're going to stops and that's exactly what hold each has done mapping her out all the way up to Cape. COD making sure she won't have to quarantine along the way speaking of old age. She's gotten her last bid of RV instructions and the family is all inside buckled up and ready to ride. Right regard. She'll be fine. No really. She made a perfect three point turns in reverse after that. And then they were gone. Off on their big adventure. For NPR news. I'm Melanie peoples since Melanie reported that story amy has made it safely to Cape Cod but says, driving an RV through the Lincoln tunnel is not something she would advise.
Idaho Banned Trans Athletes From Women's Sports
"On behalf of Alliance defending freedom. Why don't you explain your case? It's not just Mary Kate Marshall that you're representing, but many female athletes here And this has to do with keeping women sports for biological women, right? That's right. This is all about fair play. So earlier this year, Idaho became the first state of the nation has a fairness and women's Sports Act, which is just designed to ensure that if you have a girls or women sports team, but only biological females compete on that team. Seems like it ought to be relatively simple and relatively straightforward. But unfortunately, just a couple weeks after Idaho passed that law, the LL you filed a federal lawsuit challenging the law in federal court. The alliance defending Freedom, has asked permission from the court to represent the interest of female athletes in the litigation, not just Mary Kate, but Madison, Kenyon and frankly, the interests of all female athletes who want to compete on a level playing field. We want to see the ball protected. And can
Interview With Andrew Bernstein
"In his lengthy career. He's developed many friendships, not least of which was with Kobe Bryant with whom he collaborated the book. The Mamba, mentality how I play. And career special not because of the many iconic image he's made, but because he's demonstrated that he is the kind of man who puts in the extra effort and time to be a great photographer, a good father and a good man. This is about an ex in welcome back to the candidate frame. A first off welcome. Welcome to the show. It's have you thank you very much happy to year. Always Nice to talk to a legend. Old? I know. We talk a lot about your career as a sports photographer and that's we're going to spend a lotta time doing but I always to talk to sports, photographers or anyone who's been covering the game for a long time, always like hearing the story of the first live event smart event that they ever went to. That was like significant for them. What would that be? The first one I shot like no other one shot, but. went to maybe as a kid well, that's a great question I would have to say a grew up. A mets fan I. also a Rangers Fan growing up. I remember distinctly go into a myths game with my dad. I probably was maybe seven or eight. And, we were sitting behind home plate at Shea Stadium frankly sort halfway up, maybe third deck or something in. A foul ball team our way straight back. Identity shoved me out of the way in cod with one round. Tremendous amount it's been going. You know I'll never forget that I'm glad you remind me of that. That was fifty something years ago. An amazing that's A. Great Memory have first game. Yeah, well, it's better than getting in the head with a puck. But it would. No it was, it was a great memory. I had that ball forever I. Don't know what happened to it. In various moves over the years on the hockey side remember going to see the Rangers play in back. In the day we used to Go the old Madison Square Garden. This is the garden that was up on Tenth Avenue. I believe before they built the new garden in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy one. And the old guard, and had these pillars that you know. The new garden had the suspended ceiling. We made it so revolutionary. The Old Guard was Lee elda auditorium in at these pillars came down, and they sold seats literally behind the pillars that would call obstructed view seats. Added stamped on the ticket obstructed view. And you, literally sitting behind the pillar, and that's where me, the kid with always stupid behind the pillar. Every single time by Dan we get the tickets were like fifty cents. So that's what my earliest memories ago to raise your AIDS, I went to I can't remember which was first where there was a rams game at the coliseum that was my first, or whether it was dodger game. Experienced that I, remember was just the noise of so many people. And just it's unlike any other feeling I ever had were have dislike. Thousands of thousands of people around you at the same time, and there's something that I think is. Very lowering about that whether you are a sports fan as Lords player in your case of a photographer and talked to me about the intoxication of just that feeling at that sound. And, what it does for you especially when you're out there virtually in the center of it, it's still funny and bringing this up because the last. Or so this is gonNA sound really weird, but I've had this crazy ringing in my ear might. Equally right, it never experience, so go to the doctor. Get a hearing test the whole thing that they do. It comes back I have like twenty percent hearing loss at the high frequency, not unusual for my age. The audiologist says Mrs Wonder What kind of let me ask you. What kind of work do you do? I said well sports photographer you in noisy environments. She says I said. When's the last time we were in one? Four months ago. Well the ever experiences when you're in a loud arena or stadium I should not consciously. She's a will. Maybe you haven't withdrawal surgical. Rain you this consciously? Hearing it because it was so used to hearing it for forty years, isn't that? It's so bizarre.
Woman killed in rare shark attack off Maine coast
"Shark attack in recorded history. Nobody beats Madison, Rogers tells us the victim was a woman who was swimming off the coast of Harpswell, north of Portal Julie Dim Pierrot. Hollaback was swimming with her daughter around 20 yards off Bailey's island when the attack began, hollow wax daughter was able to swim away. But the 63 year old New Yorker lost her life in the attack by what's now been confirmed as a great white shark. Main Department of Marine Resource is commissioner Patrick Kelleher. But this time the department is urging swimmers and other people recreating in and around the waters of the Casco Bay region to be aware of their surroundings and to avoid schools of fish, which will attract seals. The white Sharks are typically seen in the waters off New England this type of year. Dr Nick Whitney with the New England Aquarium, says unprovoked attacks are rare. We had none left. Last year. So even off the cave, where you have a large number of seals, congregating and attracting sharks, the number of incidents like this are still incredibly rare. Madison Rogers W. B. C. Boston's news radio. It's an island off the Cape has been off limits
Premier League: Manchester United Qualify for Champions League
"Manchester United and Chelsea qualify for the Champions League. UNITED WITH A to victory over less than meanwhile Chelsea without win against walls sees all. You're going to show and frank. Lampard side make it into the top four less city, but let's not forget with fifteen points Clare of fifth on New Year's. They dropped the ball completely in twenty twenty and have to make do with Europa League football dodgson staving echo with us, stevie united with win on the season. You one of the harshest critics so all. He's proved you wrong, isn't he? Host you? Listen the. You, you can't see that. Qualifying for the champions. League is not success. For, all the Because as You know ended a day. I think the biggest and the main reason why the option because when transfer marquette. Bought Bruno Fernandes without that piece of business. This this would happen so listen. He always asked to coach the team and he obviously had a hand and say Bruno Fernandes Oh yeah as I said. It's success. I'm not convinced that he can take them from from. Champions League qualifies to actually vying for the title against Liverpool in city I still. The way way off and I still think they have to say more players, but yes, but all they get into the champions lease as a success. But he's had plenty of time. Your United Stat Dome. That now. All you early I mean they close form then they all Liverpool, which is incredible thirty two from Bouma. Thirty three away from Liverpool, and it's not the right time in because I think that the well getting into jump and say those incredible finish I agree with Stevie. Bruno Fernandes doesn't come in. At this, all thing is that. Is Jason for Non Stop the season? Why did they wait until John? Rudy Sunan done I will never ever. No nothing deserves credit ease. That's big name. Players go shifted the dynamic inside the dressing room. He's might young is made them hungrier. There have been assigned to watch is not too many egos at the football club anymore, and you have a job on the summer. Trying to convince big plans like will stay on. And then chartwell tracked maybe three or four plans to try and give him so titled Till Next Season Way to they need to add to the squad don. I was still like say them. With a recognized number nine I get the argument where people think that Mason Green was going to lead the line, and maybe the could bring in some more to plan the rights on side because I'm not convinced marcial. Yet again I think the such a good player net. He's not consistent enough. And Watching Higher Maguire today and Victor Lindelof as a pair. I mean less than without James Madison. Pereira without Soyeoun shoe without some of their very best players, another about that was missing volley at Indiana Joe Coast to center offs problems time after time after time, and this under-strength less decide so I would like to see, and if they all going to try and compete again can get closer to the city. Liverpool in my opinion, need Weltklasse Center
Andover Man Who Faked His Death To Avoid Charges Arrested In Atlanta, Georgia
"Who faked his own death to get out of covert related fraud charges. Charges has been arrested in Georgia. W busies Medicine Rogers with the details the latest development in a months long story, federal officials say. David Staveley was arrested in Alfa Rhetta, Georgia on Thursday, and he's back in custody back in May and over. Entrepreneur David Staveley, also known as Kurt de Sanborn, was charged after trying to fraudulently claimed close to $450,000 in paycheck protection program money. He was released on house arrest Later that month, he removed his GPS monitor disappeared. Became a federal fugitive. In June. His car was found on a beach in Quincy with a suicide note inside, but it was determined he faked his death. And now US marshals have tracked down Staveley, who was living in Georgia under a false identity. He's now being held by federal authorities in Atlanta. Madison Rogers
Man Punched MTA Bus Driver After Being Told Masks Are Required: New York PD
"Of the man who punched in empty a bus driver in the face after the driver asked him to wear a mask before boarding. This happened Monday on the Jazz to bus near Madison Avenue and East 29th Street. The attacker ran away. The driver was treated at a hospital. WCBS
MTA Bus Driver Punched In Face After Telling Man To Wear Mask, New York City
"Police say a man punched in M T. A bus driver after the driver told the man that he had to wear a mask to get on. The bus happened Monday near Madison and East 29th. Police say the man tried to get on the M two without a mask, which is mandatory for all empty buses and trains. Man punched the driver in the face before running away. We're told the driver was not seriously hurt. He was checked out of the hospital.
A doctor debunks 'anti-masker' myths, like that they affect breathing
"As much oxygen. Almost Bryant. Calvin introduces us to a doctor who was part of a test and the results are eye opening. Some people refuse to wear face coverings because they say they're inconvenient. Others refused to cover their faces because they believe it infringes on their individual liberties. And then there were those afraid to mask up for health reasons. Does the mask actually make it harder to breathe? Are my oxygen levels? Okay With a mask Vs, Not wearing one short answer is no. Yet those not wearing mask tend to not take the word of health experts. So Dr Cristina Madison enlist in the help of science and a cool digital device. Called an oximeter. What this device does is. It actually tells us how much oxygen is in your blood Doctor? Madison's test subject is about
Trump administration preparing to send federal agents to Chicago
"Administration is planning to send federal agents to Chicago this week in an attempt to crack down on rising crime and violence that Madison reports at least 150 agents are expected to be deployed this week. CNN reports they will focus on illegal gun sales, gun violence and outstanding warrants. This comes after at least seven people were killed and over 50 others were wounded in shootings across the city this weekend. President Trump also signaled Monday he may send a federal presence to cities like Philadelphia and New York City. I'm Brian
Seattle Police investigating Pioneer Square shooting
"Night night for for Seattle Seattle police police around around 10 10 30 30 Last Last night night of of shooting shooting in in Seattle's Seattle's Pioneer Pioneer Square, Square, taking taking place place police police looking looking into into what what happened happened there there at at Second Second Avenue Avenue in in South South Washington, Washington, a a man man found on the ground with signs of a gunshot wound. Police perform CPR, but the man's injuries are too serious. He died moments later. Police also then called the 18th and Madison for reports of another shooting. They're still looking for the shooter, we're told, police say A man was rushed to the hospital police believing the domestic violence may have been involved in this one detectives. Also think they perhaps know who the shooter is.
Its really settling in now, the losses large and small
"So. I have not prepared my questions I just want to. Settle into talk with you for. Twenty thirty minutes. And you know we are putting the show that we did a few years ago. which really lays out the notion of ambiguous laws, the myth of closure? But, but what I wanna just reflect on with you. This morning very directly is. What does ambiguous loss mean. In a global pandemic. Well I. It means a essentially the same thing that it meant on the individual and family level, but suddenly it has this global meaning which I never intended until the phone started bringing so to speak the emails came in. With the pandemic saying isn't this ambiguous loss, so as irritation, I was delighted that people, journalists and ordinary people put it together That's that's a dream that an academic wants. Is that whatever you do is useful to the general public. but then I began thinking. Of course it's ambiguous loss but it's more abstract, and it's beyond the individual or family now it has been raised to a higher level. Right to help us make sense of this nonsensical thing. That's going on this invisible. Annemie. So so. We're kind of going through a a global civilizational. Moment of ambiguous loss at a societal level. Yes we we We have lost indeed. We have lost our freedom to go about our day. As we always have we have lost our freedom to visit with our loved ones or to have lunch with their friends and and I must say again because the school thing is coming up the young people have lost. Not only a year it may be two years. of what they usually do is go to school in the usual manner, make friends socialize, learn, learn and that generation will have to carry that the rest of their lives. I. I I'm finding personally and and picking up A in others. Obviously, this is not a you know scientific. Study I've done, but it feels to me and myself and in others that. We I've I've kind of hit this moment I don't know how many months we are on now from March but Yeah certainly, but certainly in March and April and May. There was a sense that you know this will. Right that this is something we have to do so that we can get through this. And even things that got canceled got rescheduled for I July and then September October. And I feel like. What's? It's really settling in now. The the losses and are large and small as you say I mean I mean people have lost loved ones, but there's also this loss of. Going to the office of certainty like your kids will go to school I mean on. My son didn't really graduate from College of. Some of these things. People will bounce back from you know I. I actually really trusted our kids. Who knows how this will affect them? It it. It might be just you know. transformative in in generative ways that we can't imagine. And yet they're all these losses large and small all at once. And were carrying them individually, but were also carrying them in the same at the same time. Yes I just wonder how for you. This stretches open. This note because this is ambiguous loss, but it's a form. You perhaps could never have imagined. It's happening to you, too. Personally it is, it is as you know. Caregiver. For my husband, although I have help, which is why I'm talking with you right now, and that that went quite well because I could get respite by going out for lunch with friends or going for a walk I mean the four the pandemic before the. Yeah! Yes, uh-huh, and then pandemic kid and Caregivers are finding that The can't they don't have their freedom. They had to take a break You're stuck inside, and and that makes it doubly stressful. I think for caregivers including myself. So. So I've heard you say that. It's one thing to write the book about this about ambiguous loss. And another thing to go through yourself. and. I wonder. What you might share what you might offer about how you have been wrestling with that and what there is. In this. You know I'd say ambiguous. Loss is a description of a human experience hadn't quite been described before. You didn't invent the experience you invented the language named. Right you named it and so here we are with this. A magnitude of you say it's been completely taken out of the individual level, or even sometimes it would happen to two distinct communities. So. What are you know from being in this field from being the person her name this to? This helping you walk through these days you might offer up to other people about walking through these days these months and these years ahead. I think I'm in it to everybody else. Struggling and I suspect I've spent forty years studying ambiguous loss because I don't like ambiguity. I remember when I first went to the University of Wisconsin in Madison in one class or another, we were describing each other, and somebody called me decisive. And I took that as a high compliment. I don't anymore I mean I've I've come to believe in both and thinking which I write about. I don't like binary thanking. You're working with your banker or some someone like that. And there's a middle ground. A middle way to go when you're dealing with people and when you're dealing with problems, we have huge problems right now and to see that someone was wrong when the pandemic began about what they thought about it a scientist. and now they think differently. That's binary. Thinking and I can't I can't. I can't take it anymore.
Shootings surge in Chicago, New York City
"It is now the fourth consecutive weekend of Children being fatally shot Chicago. This time boy, 15 years old among nine dead, 30 wounded. Chicago gun violence increases Year to year shootings there appeared a year Murders are up. New York City. Saw 15 shootings in a 15 hour span. Put in the New York Post. Among those killed a one year old boy. Is among four people shot at a cookout near Brooklyn Park. Four victims were wounded when a shooter possibly in a passing vehicle, says the New York Post opened fire in their direction. At 11:35 p.m. You're the Raymond Bush playground. At Madison Street and Marcus Garvey Boulevard in Bed Stuy. Baby was hit in the stomach. Take her to the hospital. Where he's expected to survive. Freeman Age is 27 35 36. Also hospitalized expected to survive. Meanwhile, New York City City Hall protesters I wanted The New York Post attack, a New York Post reporter. And cops did nothing. Quote an occupied city hall. Protesters smacked in on duty post reporter in the face with a two by four on Sunday in the view of dozens of NYPD cops who didn't lift a finger to help. And even refused to take a complaint of the crime. A journalist is named Kevin Sheehan was using a cell phone to shoot a video of the demonstration. One of hundreds of people stronger now reduced around 50 On a public street across a metal barrier when one protester Didn't like it. Put the blank camera down, sneered the demonstrator as he swung the two by four at she in multiple times, knocking his phone to the pavement and striking him in the face. Many within the encampment, according to the New York Post, laughed while one woman could be heard calling. All right, all right as a way to break it up. Open on the cops, so much has moved in the direction of the attack. As a man responsible wearing a Brooklyn Nets T shirt. Bearing Tyree Irving's number 11. Disappeared into the encampment. 15 shootings in a 15 hour span. Including a 21 year old man fighting for his life after being shot in the head while sitting in a car. In Sheepshead Bay early Sunday. It's 43 shootings so far in the week more than tripled last year's tally of 13 over the same period, according to
Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health
"Dr Stanford is an obesity medicine, physician, scientists, educator and policymaker at Massachusetts General. Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She also lectures at Brown and Teaches Med students at Harvard. Hello, and welcome well. Thanks for having me. It's an absolute delight to be here today with both of you. We're just we're the most accomplished person ever had this podcast like I cannot even begins. Batum were all you have. You guys are the best and this is. This is what I need to me through the rest of the day as I conquer the world. Yeah! We're honored that you made have the time the time to come talk to us just a little, so thank you so much. Did I get all of that right? You did I I. Guess What I can do is explain it to people because people are kind of like is all of that absolutely so? I'm obviously a mathematician, so the MD is the easiest part I think to understand on my completed my masters in public health nineteen years ago, so it shows you that I'm older than I appear. And that was in health policy management. My masters impose ministration was from the Harvard. Kennedy School, government and government. Currently working on my MBA executive MBA, so that hasn't quite made it to the end of my name, but I may lead US next year. Let me tell you guys. We'll have more to talk about. The the all the that you see after not team for fifteen, but it is nice that it goes with that, so those are all fellowships, so my fellow of the ANC, which is the American Academy pediatrics I'm a fellow of American College of Positions. American college positions represents all Physicians for adult so internal medicine, a fellow of the American Heart Association so basically. I'm looking at cardio metabolic health and being the fellow in the American Heart Association what represents that and then a fellow in the obesity society. Society which is the F. Toss? So you know these fellowships come you know after having accomplished in those different on areas domain, so I see children I see adults I work in this kind of Cardio Metabolic, health space obviously as obesity medicine physician I work in that space, so it really is a combination of kind of who I am, and just looking at Vegas, the letters that come after my name really talks to the work that I really care about and working with my patients patients across the wall. That's amazing. Wow -gratulations. What inspired you study obesity. One of the things that I was always very concerned about as a black one in a black woman who was born and raised in Atlanta Julie obviously in Boston is that's where mastermind Harvard are? I'm I was really. Perplexed I think is the word I WANNA. Use about the disproportionate impact obesity on communities of color particularly I'm the black community. That was what really brought me to this work, so if you go back twenty years ago, I think you've as you're in your twenties for twenty years ago. When I was doing my m H, you're not okay. Across. Our loved anyways Oh! That's Cute I. Love it still have you guys by? Decades! but one of the things I was really interested in seeing was like. I felt like there was a lot that we weren't doing to understand why. Obesity obesity disproportionately impacted certain groups and the groups that are more likely to kind of tackle these issues or the people that are representative, so those scripts so as a black woman and the group that is most disproportionately impacted by obesity I felt compelled to really approach and tackle this headline, so the projects that I was doing back at emory school of Public Health, back in ninety nine two thousand etc, We're looking at specifically obesity in the black community one project I was doing was. Was Looking at obesity in the Black Church community was looking at obesity among African, American, adolescent girls and one was looking at obesity within those that are law resources within the wick programs. It'll women's and children's for Ram, and how could we fix their Their plight in terms of recognizing that we can in some ways with the limited resources that they may have available to enhance their role house. So this was something that was kind of lingering. I didn't anticipate that I would choose obese medicine. 'cause that was not a field when I was twenty years ago. It really was not a field. There was no board certification in obesity medicine. The first Brit sort of patients directly. No Be Madison didn't start until two thousand well, which was well after I finished medical school, but I can tell you I was on. Call in the pediatric ICU when I was in residency and I as internal medicine pediatrics and I literally just googled obesity in medicine at about two thirty in the morning after I just intimated three kids in the ICU in a new. I was going to sleep at nights. I figured I'd just need to keep myself busy. And, the fellowship here at Mass General at Harvard popped up and I was like. What is this? You know I I really interested in obesity. I had no idea there was a fellowship, indeed the first ship and so I came and I spent three years. Doing a fellowship dedicated to understanding the disease of obesity.
"madison" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"This firm oxes the liberals who keep acting liberal policies electing liberal officials. We've done everything. Everybody wanted us the dough. We voted all of our people in. And then you have, people have as well. Don't you understand how Great Madison is? We have diversity. We have equality. We have this. We have that we have the other thing..
"madison" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"Hey, everyone and welcome to another paid for Friday episode, where we highlight people that we were doing a great job of publishing leadership content that resonates with us. We will include links to their work in tagged him on our post to make sure they know we appreciate them. This is our way to say. Thanks to other leaders and individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders through sharing your thoughts, opinions and ideas online for all seen here. Chris I. Have Always wanted to use our platform to advocate for other people passionate about leadership, and give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their own skills, the different perspectives and approaches. If you'd like us, check out specific. Please tag them in the comments or send us a message with links to their content. On this episode, I want to recognize Madison Butler. Madison is the blue haired recruiter builder of inclusive cultures, startup enthusiasts and VP of people at source craft cocktails. Madison has blue hair lots of tattoos and she posts straight to the point. No, BS, style content, and I'm here for all of it. What I appreciate about medicine is that she is genuine. Authentic doesn't let status quo or stupid people silence her her opinions. Check out her linked in profile, and you'll find an article about being judged for her hair style and tattoos to discussions on mental health and unconscious and conscious biases to daily reminders to be kind in recent post Madison Road and I quote if speaking about and defending humanity is off brand for your company, it might be time to think about not employing humans. That's it. That's the Post. I love this message. I love the conciseness of it and I love the sign off of that's it. That's the post so I highly recommend checking out Madison's content, and as usual I've included the links to her Lincoln profile in the episode notes Great Job Medicine and thanks for.
"madison" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I know you know the format of the show and it involves overnight dates and of course with multiple women so what happened in the process that you lost comfort. Was it just simply the fact that you fell more in love them than you thought you were going to man? It is just like what you said. I mean there's no way of knowing what you're getting yourself into one of knowing how it's GonNa Affect you every single day like I was battling something different in I in my feelings growing stronger and stronger and you know outside of the hangar at night honestly I mean at that point. I knew that I was starting to fall for this guy and I know this is selfish and I know what the show is set up to do but I was like you know what. I'M NOT GONNA APOLOGIZE THAT. I don't want the person I want to be with to be with other women like I want it. I want you to myself. I mean I'm like I. I'm sorry I do wind to myself. I know that that salvation. I know the situation. We're in I probably you know are putting you in an uncomfortable position by by sharing that when he did ask us you know at the beginning to just be extremely honest into share our hearts with anything we were feeling just you know how bring communication is in relationships in. So that's all I was trying to do but yeah I mean it definitely I'm someone who actually I'm extremely analytical and logical so for me. The process was so difficult. Because I'm constantly in my head all the time and you know I told him on our very first one on one day. I'm like dude I take things slow in I over think things. I don't rush anything. I don't do anything because I feel like I'm supposed to you know when he told us lying in love with me. I didn't say back just because he said it to me like I wanted to. One hundred percent mean it and feel it and know it in so you know throughout the process. That was definitely difficult because I was constantly like you know. Even for hometown's I was like having to stop myself from thinking about. He's visiting three other families you know and so I was constantly in my head with all of that stuff in in just that week. I mean fantasy suite meek was literally the hardest week of my life and I. I mean there was one time in particular. I locked myself in. The bathroom was balling crying for hours. Because I was like I. I don't know if I can do this. This is the hardest thing ever. I WANNA be with this guy but I'm having like washing be with other people and so yeah I mean like you said it's just you can't expect you know the feelings that come up in how it how it all plays out your. There's just no and no matter if like okay for example when I was on the bachelor one of my very first one on one dates with Jimmy. Kimmel and Jimmy was like Caitlin. How you're gonNA feel when you know. Fantasy suites common. He's sleeping through other women and my answer. Was you got a test drive a car before you buy it but then once it got closer to that time. I was like Nah. I don't like this all those. Just my weird sense of humor like it because your feelings do develop a no matter how much you know the format the show or no matter how much you understand. What's going on or who he is in that he has a past. It still doesn't take away difficult feelings. That are real feelings as a human being once you fall in love right. Yeah absolutely and here's my other thing you had your first one on. One was literally meeting. His family would is the difference. What HAPPENED BETWEEN BARB? Then bar AD. That finale what the Heck Lake. It seemed like it was like okay well. She met Madison one that she's in with the family and all of a sudden. I mean we can get to that later. But the one on one date with with The vowel renewal was all like. Was it comfortable? Was it happy? Was It really what we saw in end so much more? I mean you only saw a very little bit of it but that day portion I mean it was literally like the best date ever like best eight. I've ever been on on this getting too. I mean there were people who were flown in from Cuba. His whole entire family and so getting to see you know like being part of such such a intimate impersonal day for family and then getting to me all of those important people to him like all of his friends all of his family. And then just getting to like. I thrive in this kind of art environmental. I'm an extrovert so I want and I talked with you because I was like I felt more comfortable than you totally swatting certain on like no no. It was so much finding me we dance. We did a lot of like their family traditions in just not to hang out with everybody in it was. I mean it was so much on the knife worsen I mean with? It's no arts concert seriously. Was the best stay ever. I mean I remember getting back journaling and being like I'm screwed helmet. I'm like I feel like known. This guy has been dating this guy like for so long and like because you know I felt like I went from like I'm not just the bachelor and not just like you know we're not just casually dating it's like it's not the entire family. I felt like we've been dating for year. Now's family Christmas. Yeah you I was like. Oh she's in like that's it that's it. You are part of the Webber family now like. That's what I thought from the get go and I think a lot of people did see that too which is so interesting that it was so you know happy and incredible and loving and and you know fast forward to the finale. So we saw you in Peter on the couch after the final rose. The entire like you know thing with. Barb was really directed how she felt about you in the relationship. So did you know about these feelings beforehand. And why did you choose to respond how you did in that moment not a logistically and honestly if I if I could go back That's the that's the one thing that if I could go back in that moment. I wish that I just would have just apologize in. Just been apologetic moment. I think I was so I was so taken back in our so. What are the things that were being said to me? In this time. That was so beautiful for me and Peter had just been through this entire season. We had overcome so much to be here. And we're trying to fight so hard we don't know if it's GonNa work but we're trying so hard to figure out if it can and for that opportunity to kind of be taken from the both of ice and to not really have a chance to explore that into figure that out in that moment in for that to be the ending of season I mean. I walked off that stage and I have never cried harder in my life. I just I felt I mean I was. I was so upset In like you said it's just like it's it's the person that I love mom in Stanley in so I guess for me. It's like in that moment. I just wish I would have been able to like so taken back. I don't think I could process everything but you know. I wish that I would've been able to process it a little bit a little bit faster in just to be able to say you know what I am. I am so sorry if there is anything that I did that upset you or did you or made made you feel the way that you feel like that was obviously never mind tension like I. I loved the Webber family. I mean the like you said that I one day. I mean literally. Every time I saw Peter and I know a lot of it didn't get shown throughout the show but every time we were together I mean he is talking about how much the same love me. And how much and. I was telling him like how much I loved. His family couldn't wait to see them again. I mean we were already talking about when we were a family again and I think what really upset. Her was just that time that they sat and waited in the. House for for while Peter and I were trying to figure our situation out and honestly like all I can say to. That is again. I'm sorry I can't imagine you know flying halfway across the world in you have an expectation of of what that week's supposed to look like I'm GonNa look like for your son and then you're in the house waiting for three hours and so I apologize but what I will say is you know I mean I came into that not knowing if Peter Night. We're GONNA make it past that conversation. I knew there was so much we needed to talk about an address and really. I mean to be frank in Nazi disrespectful to anyone but like I wasn't concerned about my family. His family or anybody else involved at that moment might only focus is on. Peter in I and just figuring out. Can we move forward? Is it worth fighting for You know can we move past everything that's happened in in you know This out in so. That was the three hour conversation. I didn't even realize it's not like I had a clock with me like I had no idea how long it was. You know we were so precision and you know and it was him to like it. It wasn't just me. It was him to him needing clarity with things as well and asking me questions in asking me you know why. Why did you decide to stay in? And can we work this out? And how do you feel about me in all of those things that he also you know needed? Clear clarity his well and so yeah I mean I I truly don't I truly don't know where the big disconnect wise but again I mean. I don't know I just someone who like. I'm always going to dislike apologize. If there's anything on my end that that I ever did so yeah I mean I'd say that now to even it's so crazy because I like the fact that you can't pinpoint a disconnect or where that were something went wrong is wild to me because of how great that I you know you literally meant all his family and loved his family and they loved you too. He could be engaged to you because you made them wait along with Peter. He made them wait as well that that that would be such an issue. You know what confuses me is that it's like okay Hannah and it's it was clear to all of us as viewers that his feelings to you stronger but that you know it was just easy with her with family so because things were a little bit challenging because you were a little bit more real with your feelings and everything moving forward what. Why was that a problem to them? You know like why was it a problem to everybody that you were trying to really take this seriously and get through this with everybody. I don't understand tall and that's the thing it's like. There isn't engagement in like three days. You know it was something that I was very very honest with Peter with his family and I told I told him like outside said look like with everything that's happened. I don't know at this point how I feel if this could work and if I even want this I definitely can't give you an engagement. I told him I know that that's what you came here for. So I don't want to be selfish into you. Know stay in. Take that away from you and he just I mean he was fighting so hard to say like. Don't leave I want you don't we don't we don't believe in in just asked me to go in there and to be honest this family in that they would respect that in honor that if I if I was just honest And and you know I. I don't know it's hard because I'm like I try. I tried to like to the best that I can try and see like the other side you know in like try and put myself in other people's shoes and I get it like they saw. Obviously how different we were in. You know just just that. I wasn't a hundred percent sure on. I'm sure that's not comforting to any mother. Took to hear about their son by. I was never trying to be disrespectful in any way. But just honest in exactly where it was ad in exactly. You know how how was feeling Yeah I don't know that all makes so much sense if you're a fan of my show you know. I like to take care of myself. I have a busy schedule but I stay active by writing my Peleton going on walks with the boys and just generally trying to keep busy and keep the ball moving. And that's why I'm excited to tell you about something I take every day. That helps me. Stay on top of my game and that's super grape soft. Choose from human..
"madison" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Your host Kaitlyn Bristowe today on the pot. I'm getting a chance to sit down with someone. We all got to know on the most recent season of the bachelor. She made a huge impression on all of us from her insane basketball skills to her fun loving personality to her unexpected reunion with the bachelor himself after the season finale. I'm very excited to hear about her. Experience she She's trusting me so we're going to make this a good podcast and get to know her beyond what we saw on our TV screens. I'm a big believer in getting to know people beyond beyond edited. Tv show that. I love dearly so please welcome to the podcast. Madison Pruitt High Addison. I'm so happy to be here. I'm so excited. We're GONNA have a great time. We are going to have a great time. We're here over zoom. I wish we could do this in in person but this is life. Where are you quarantining warranty in life? I am quarantined in Auburn Alabama. All your home okay. That's not I'm home with the family. Thankfully so I have. I have been here because I am an extrovert so I would be struggling by myself right now. So are you really an extrovert. Oh one hundred percents. Oh See. That's so interesting because again you know someone from TV. And I bet you think I'm an extrovert. I'm not I mean I can be. I can adapt but like I think over the years I've actually switched. I used to be and now I feel like I'm more of an introvert. Which is so crazy. But in this quarantine arriving absolutely thriving I feel like I'm in my happy place. I can work from home. I could stay home with Jason and the dogs. I'm just like sleeping and just stay. I'm loving it I'm like okay. We're you know a couple of months and I'm ready for it to be done but I'm also I'm okay. I'm okay So obviously we have to get into regarding your season and thank you again for being open to talking to me about it but you really haven't spoken out much since the season. I mean usually. There's so much press to be done. Obviously it's different when two people are together and they go do the press together but usually you're able to speak to someone or some outlets or do something. So can you talk a bit about why you really haven't done any media? Yeah well first of all. Thank you so much for having me. I am really excited to be here in just share my heart and like you said a little bit more about me behind you know not not a TV screen. So yet. So I would say I. I don't know I came off of the finale end. A lot went down. Obviously as you as you got to see in so I don't know I kinda wanted to just time in just honestly take time myself in just focused on me and when I decided I wanted to kind of address some things in in speak out I wanted to be in a really good place inch Industry feeling feeling good feeling like myself again in so I would say that was kind of the main reason I didn't just kinda jumped the gun in star press immediately. I knew that there was just so much that it happened in stuff. I just wasn't ready to quite talk about yet. I think it's really important that you take time to yourself into process all of your emotions because a lot of people watch and think your character on TV when you're a real human being trying to navigate. The feelings of love heartbreak all things that are really really hard just as a human being let alone on national television so I think it's cool and important that you did that for yourself because if you're like me I totally react with emotion and not logic and if I give myself the time to process and work through things I can then speak with logic. Which is what people want to hear although emotion. That's fun and makes for good TV. But it's it's better to hear you know once you've had some time and you can really speak from your heart about all these things that you went through so. I love that you took time to yourself. I'm grateful that you were allowed to take time for yourself because a lot of times you know. Well it's in the contract and this is what you signed up for and that whole thing so I think it's important so I've so many questions like how did you even get on the show. This is a great question in question that I've been excited to address that I definitely gotten a lot and honestly I mean I felt that a lot. Just you know why you come on the show and all those things and I don't know that I have the most perfect answer for all but I actually you know I had a friend who signed me up for the show. I had just recently gotten out of like a four year relationship She signed up for the show in my December. Something like that I meant. I didn't get a call until April and I can. We got him out. I got him as a prank call. I had no what's happening on enact. I honestly I was like no. I'm not doing this autumn bites after really taking time to think about it in talk my family about it It was Kinda something I was like. You know what I'm GonNa keep walking through the doors on. Its open end until I get to the point where the ball's actually Mike Ordinary asked me to come on the show. Like I'm just GonNa keep taking steps word until I get there in the kind of what I'm feeling at that point and so I really took a long time to to think about it and it just was something I felt like I was supposed to do. I didn't know what it was like. I didn't know how we go. I didn't have it all thought through what it would you know. Like if I got this pointer whatever like I kinda just elegance this to go on the show and that I was supposed to meet Peter and for that reason. I am so grateful that I went and I have no regrets. I'm really glad that that I kinda got out of my comfort zone. In that way I think with my life a lot people my whole life have kind of put me in this box in there like Mattie in like this is how she's supposed to web in what she's supposed to do and this is how she supposed to find the love of her life in all these things and I'm someone I met Challenger so I am someone who likes to kind of light transcend the borders limitations in the boxes that people put me in. I'm and I like I really enjoyed getting out of my comfort zone in so for me. Just you know I. I'm down for love down for for growing. I'm down or adventure. So then you went on the right. Shell exactly grace. It's true it's hard when people tell you you know how you should do things and they think they know you but I. I'm a big believer in risk taking and stepping outside your comfort zone because again like you said growth it. It like opens doors. You never knew that would open for you and it's important to do those things and again like just because you're you know you're down for love. It doesn't mean it has to work you still experience those feelings of love. You still had all these opportunities and got to do something that you know that I will put all of my money on. That grew from right. Oh Gosh No I. That's something that I say having like. Yeah this show didn't end the way that I expected it to wanted it to and you know not so little that can be a little sad but also at the same time you know like I said I have no regrets. I can genuinely say like I'm a better person because of it. I'm stronger because of it and I have grown so much I feel like I learned so much about myself and about relationships about love and so for that. I'm I'm very very grateful. Of course yeah and I know you said just a few seconds ago that you didn't know what it was gonna look like going on the show p whenever people say you signed up for this will you don't know what you're signing up for your won't say no and so. I'm guessing like okay. You did some research before going on the show. You knew Peter was you. Did you watch him on B. Season so I never watched the show until Hannah be season when I was going through the process of talking with people about going on the show? I that Renault's like okay. I should probably won't. Nc here you know who who like some of these guys are and who could potentially bachelor. And so I did watch it and I and I and I love speed at night I was. I was hopeful that it was going to be Peter. Either I just like I don't know I saw something really special on him and just like Felt that I don't know I've felt like we were supposed to meet and I felt like yeah so I was excited when I got here. So the my next question then is You knew let's just say that. He was sexually active open about talking about that. Part of his life publicly Was that a concern heading into the season for you. You know I guess to me. I never saw. I never saw Peter as the windmill guy and I know a lot of people I know. A lot of people dead in a lot of people kind of put him in after getting to know him after having so many conversations in heart cohorts pretend. I guess to me it was. It was kind of heartbreaking that that was you know how a lot of people you'd him in in in that way because he is so much more than that end for me coming on the show for sure. That was something that we were different in by an. I didn't know I didn't know if it if it would work. Or if we would even click or be able to you know work through some of the differences by. I knew what I saw in him what I was attracted to on and that was you know someone who was a family guy. Someone who's ready to settle down someone who was venturous someone who was fun and outgoing and not afraid to wear his emotions on his. You know honest leading so for that reason. I was really really excited to to get to know him to get to go on at adventure them. Yeah I think the show likes to Colton was the virgin. Peter was the windmill guy. I was like slut shamed and it was a controversial thing about you know like that's the kind of stuff I guess that. Get ratings up so I mean you were open a on the show about being a virgin. It doesn't necessarily mean that you're not you need a guy that's virgin. It's just that's who you are so it's an important part of your life and you didn't end up sharing this with Peter until pretty far into the season and I think everyone wanted to know. Why did you decide to wait to share that with him? And the decision kind of process behind waiting and still like not fully going there here..
"madison" Discussed on Giants Splash
"Podcast of two thousand twenty on Henry showman the giants beat reporter for the San Francisco. Chronicle my guest today is my counterpart with the Arizona Republic diamondbacks backbeat writer. Nick Bikoro we're GONNA talk about the bombshell two weeks ago. That Madison Bumgarner had signed a five year. Eighty five million dollar deal to pitch in the desert. The diamondbacks also signed one among owners catchers Stephen Vote. We'll talk about that too but without further ado we're GonNa Talk Bumgarner. Hi Nick having you here. And how goes it L. O.. There Henry. How's it going? Thanks for having me on. Oh my pleasure. I guess maybe when the season ended The last thing you expected to do sit in the press conference room at chase field and see the big fella up at the podium. I take it that this was kind of a bit of a surprise Yeah I would say so I mean. I don't think that that then backs had like a legitimate. You know top of the rotation arm you know after trading grant Qian July but it just felt like they had so many other areas to address the spending a significant amount of money on a guy like Madison Turner of was just kind of off the radar But I I guess I guess when you look at the at the particulars of it and you you know you look at the dollars an and who it is You can sort of see it making a little bit more sense. You know when especially as I'm sure we'll get into You know when you're talking about a guy as it seemed to really WANNA come here. Yeah and I mean up here in San Francisco. There's there's there's a lot of angst over this as you can imagine and a lot of people think the giants just You know if they think that the giants had natural what the diamondbacks had offered or even a piven a little bit more he would have stayed in San Francisco. And I don't know that that's true. I mean one of my Friends Carrie Crowley of the mark was actually at the press conference and he talked to Bumgarner On the side we got the distinct impression he got the distinct impression that Bumgarner was ready to leave. San Francisco did. Did you sense any of that as well. Yeah I didn't think he wanted to get into it too much. I I asked him a question during the press conference about the difficulty in leaving and I just kind of turned it into a you know a quick a quick thank you to the fans and and all that and then after he did make it clear that Arizona was his number one. Choice Voice So yeah I think I think he was ready to to turn the page you would I I would. I would be curious to hear what your thoughts are as to why I can come up with a lot of reasons. Obviously with a new front office in and approach on his way out and And obviously the the team is kind of you know out of big makeover. And what else does he have the proven San Francisco but but. I'm curious what what. Why do you think he was he? He was ready to move on. Well I think you touched on one part of it. I think that his loyalty is as much as he has some loyalty to the SF on the cat his main loyalty to is to one one of his best friends. Who was Bruce Bochy? Also Buster Posey and Posing has two years left on his deal. So if you're talking about a long term contract Posey you you know would be gone after a couple of years and I think also you know He. I think he wants to win. And I think even though the diamondbacks might not have been on the cusp of catching watching the dodgers The last Season or two. I think he feels that they at least have a better shot to win sooner than the giants do but I think the big thing might have been That even though he said he really didn't Fault the giants for never offering him an extension. I think he felt that they should have offered him an extension from that very very team. Friendly contract A long time ago. And you know keep the giants are pushing the notion that They were preparing to offer him. I'm one right when he got his motorcycle into his dirt. Bike accident Then they couldn't do it and then they tried to do it. They were thinking about doing it the next year then. He had his hand broken in the final spring training game. Then they couldn't do it and then twenty eighteen they had luxury tax Concerns And I think maybe bumgarner date they feel that was all excuses And I mean the giant. Certainly have the money certainly have the money to give a bumgarner more than eighty five million dollars over five years as especially given how how much they saved by Paying him just in fifty million sixty million dollar range over the I what what was ten years of his contract And I I think there probably are some hard feelings about that. I think it'll be very very interesting. The first time he faces the faces. The giants I take it. You'll want to work that night. Not Take it off. Yes I would. I would also like to see that very much. Yeah And we talking about the money. I mean five years and eighty five million. It's a seventeen million dollars average annual value At the winter meetings we had heard that he was looking for five at twenty at at one hundred million dollars. I always thought that was more the agent Sort of putting that out there and I'm wondering at the winter meetings Every beat writer has a time during the afternoon June where they go up and talk to the general manager and the the Front Office exacts about how today went did bump earners name ever even come up at those meetings Allow while we don't we don't really get I mean it did come up. We don't Mike isn't as important. So to speak very very candidly about about free agents on even even off the record type of setting I think we you know we. We did try to ask questions around it But but never really got anywhere but you know yeah the the five Avenida five I mean I I did feel like one sack wheeler got his money That probably drove bumgarner. The nine figure range And I figured that when it came to the diamondbacks that was going to price. them out. I I just I sort of felt like if you're the diamondbacks you're looking at it like hey if I can get this guy because he really wants to come here at a discount like let's let's go for it but But you know if if it's GonNa if if we're going to have to get into the nine figures you just saw how how costly and how difficult it can be to navigate a roster when you have you know a guy likes Who's WHO's being paid? A very very large chunk of of relatively mid market even small market size payroll. It's just it's just difficult. Probably not a thing. You WANNA walk yourself into if you're those guys so I don't know I mean Bumgarner did say You know he definitely left money on the table I don't know if if he left fifteen annoying on the table because he really wanted to come here that that I I don't feel like I mean I don't know very well at all but just listening to him talk and just kind of getting a sense for him a couple of weeks ago. I don't feel like money is the biggest driver for him And I think for the dioxide just it just worked out especially the way he was willing to structure it I don't know if you saw this. But he's his is going to be making six million dollars in drowsy. Twenty right and the other marine. Yeah now yeah deferring some of it and other numbers are going to be increasing over the last per- here's the deal which works out great for them because they've got a bunch of guys that are going to be getting free agency after next season and it just kind of it just kind of works out. So it's it's a it's a great move for them that you know they still have money to spend a try to be competitive this this year. Bumgarner if that's really a thing that he wants to be on a winning team You know that He. He's obviously doing what he can You know within reason to To allow that to happen Then yeah I again I I was. I was surprised at just about every step of the way that that this ended a happening. You and just For the listeners. I it's a five year. Eighty five million dollar contract with an average annual value of seventeen million. Like Nick says he's going to get six million million dollars this year. He's defraying some money so the present day value of the deal which is what the Union Uses to to actually peg the deal. I believe is somewhere around. Eighty one million dollars. He's he's actually going to do this with no interest so You know he must really like the horse facilities in Arizona. I'm wondering as anybody if you ever recall in. How many years have you've been on the beat now Twelve thirteen twelve third. Have you ever remember a free agent citing a place to park. His horses Quantity become to Arizona. I do remember Troy Gloss steering himself here because his wife With some kind of a question writer so you remember that I. I can't think of anything to this extent And I I. I'm curious to see what you know. What like what is he going to He? Obviously he's a he's a North Carolina Guy. That's that's home. I'm curious to see what what he does to make this home if he's GonNa if he's GonNa actually you know. Buy A place live out here a lot of the year bring a lot of his sources out even more than than you would spring mentioning on. I'm Tracy how how much she makes this place. Second Yeah I you know the the real estate prices are a little better down there than they are in San Francisco. Go Actually Matt. Canes wife is a I believe as an equestrian as well An Jeremy Affeldt so You know they should have ended up in in Arizona Arizona. I did want to ask one more thing About the money. You know How the diamondbacks view the back end of this deal I mean here's a guy. He's turning earning thirty Actually he would say he just turned. Yeah he just turned thirty so he's going to be about thirty three thirty four years old at the end of the deal And his his boss has declined. He's not exactly the pitcher he was during his glory days. Still pretty good. How did the diamondbacks of you? You know that fourth within fifth year in in terms of the investment that they're making what they think they might be able to get out of them..
"madison" Discussed on Good Life Project
"So there's an interesting thing. Then often happens when you're trying kisser of a sticker claim in particular space industry or field or domain and at the same time you come from a long lineage or history or family that has already become somewhat legendary in that same space it gives you certain opportunities because you're around so much of their genius as you're coming up and exposed to so much so early in life and at the same time it also brings a whole new set of of experiences expectations and reactions from other people around you that you have to grapple with that in some way has been the experience of my guest today. Madison mcferrin the last name mcbarron. You probably know because her dad is legendary. Bobby mcferrin and her grandfather was actually an opera singer. Yeah who sang at the Metropolitan Opera in New York so when we sat down at twenty seven years old fairly young in her career yet making a really astonishing rushing serve step into that world of music really interesting conversation about where she came from her influences growing up in a profoundly Ali musical and well-known family and how she kind of navigated that found her way and continues to really explore. What is it that she wants to be doing? What what is the voice the impact the message the artistry that she wants to bring to the world as she creates defines and maps her own profession and her own life and who does he want to become as an artist and a human being and what difference does she want to make love this conversation. I'm so excited to share it with you. I'm Jonathan fields fields and this is good life project. So you want your business to grow now. What well what if you had a single marketing platform that does pretty much everything and grows with you literally at your fingertips fingertips that is what male. Chins all in one marketing platform gives you so instead of having to bounce between any number of different platforms mail chimp. Lets you manage more of your marketing the activities from a single place so you can market smarter in grow faster with less complexity.
"madison" Discussed on We The People
"The question of why he didn't free a few of his slaves as Jefferson did or freedom all is Washington did you you raise an and say as a difficult to answer you right. Mason never seen defensive about his glaring inconsistency in all likelihood Mason believed or convinced himself that he had no options coline. Tell us about the constitutional relevance of the debate over the future of slavery at the Constitutional Convention. What were the various positions wins and what was the meaning of the infamous three fifths compromise and was Madison's position versus Masons on this question act walks well. Matheson was very clear throughout his life that he thought slavery was a moral wrong and his notes on government that he writes right after the institution the new constitution he actually says explicitly there that in in the states in America were slavery exists the not really republics. They're not Republican. They are more aristocratic and oligarchy and the three fifths compromise at the constitutional convention that was supported by so many of the delegates north and south was not a new thing. It was a compromise already made under the articles of confederation. It was one of the mistakes that people make today is to think that the three fifths compromise means that those held in slavery were counted as three fifths of a person that is not at all with that compromise means. Madison is very clear that that all human beings WCHS including those held in slavery black and white and any color are full human beings. He talks about this in federalist fifty four for example that those who are held in bondage are seen in the unnatural light of property when what they they really are of course this person's so with the three fifths compromise meant was when the delegates from places like North Carolina south of Carolina Georgia especially like rutledge in the Pekingese pronounced to the convention that there are the the people of their states would accept the constitution on if would would not accept the constitution. If anything was done to touch what's the institution of slavery. If the other delegates wanted Georgia South Carolina North Carolina reported this the Union they had to make some compromise on that and of course they wanted to keep the union together because allowing North Carolina South Carolina in Georgia to to be a separate confederacy of sorts would not have free to single slave. The whole idea was to pull people together and work. You're in the future towards the elimination slavery or at least many many many of the founders explicitly said and they said it so many many times and set it on the floor of the Convention gouverneur more stood up on the floor of the convention you can see him tall and flamboyant and stamping his egg laid on the floor and shouting that slavery is the curse of Evan Roof. His King says something similar and you can just Z. People like Charles Coats were Pinkney and General Pinkney and John Rutledge maybe sort of shrinking in their chairs a little bit they never defended the institution Russian of Slavery Rutledge and pink knees on the floor but they did express the views of the people of their state that they would not accept at this constitution. If if the institution of Slavery were abolished they were absolutely clear on that so the other delegates knew that if they were going to preserve the union do anything about slavery in the future there had to be a compromise one other point on that that I think is interesting. What compromise means for this was that they were not. They understood themselves as not compromising the principal. They were putting forth a practical way to deal with this issue to keep the Union together so that slavery slavery could be abolished in the future now. Jessica fight the just say are one more word on Madison's view of slavery his his own personal view. Why didn't he free his slaves. I this involves some speculation. We know he didn't free slaves. We also we know that he had a spendthrift stepson that he was constantly bailing out for his younger wife. Dolley Todd Madison and I think that he was very concerned about up to Dolly's future when he passed away her financial future because of the problems her son had had presented. I think he hit from Dolly some of the debts he was paying for Dahlie son because pained her so watch now. There is some speculation jeff which is very interesting. I don't have any evidence for this but it's one of those sort of I don't know if we want to call it rumors or that that's been passed down for generation upon generation that is that Madison actually left a note that was read by others that had to do with freeing his slaves upon the death of Dolly it. Is that true or not. There's lots and lots of speculation about that but if it's true either the note was destroyed or at this point. We haven't found it. There's still many Madison papers out there that are yet to be discovered. I suspect because once again the stepson actually took some of Madison's papers and sold them so we're still finding writings of Madison and putting those that's together well. Madison papers yet to be discovered sounds very Davinci code like and I know that every we the people listener will be waiting breathlessly in their publication Jeff. Tell us more about this paradox of Mason on one among the Virginia delegates one of those who denounced announced slavery most vigorously on the other slave owner who didn't fail as the free his own slaves and tell us about about his position on slavery at the Convention. I think my son's position on slavery was very ares. Sumer to Madison's. You could probably read a quote from from one of them and you might not be able to identify which one it came from I think Mason thought slayers moral evil. He thought it was bad for Virginia's economic development. He thought it was bad for the character of Weinstein Lights on slaves. He thought they learned cruelty as a slave masters but he never ever freed. We never freed slaves. This is one area particularly where I wish we had more of a Mason's papers. Madison's published papers run to dozens of volumes mason didn't make much effort to save anything his published papers roundabout under by about three volumes but I I think that that Mason probably shared while I was a common attitude in Virginia and his Madison felt this way. Jefferson felt this way that the quacks and freed slaves just couldn't couldn't live together. They were two different they'd been to a too difficult history and they just wouldn't be able to coexist and until some way could be found to to separate the two races. Slavery was was not practical. There was also of course economic. You know the incentive Mason had I believe it was nine children survived to adulthood. He didn't WanNa do anything that would they would jeopardize their their future about by Frayne his flies but as far as specific comments during the convention then late in the ratification Asiana by the one point that I can remember where I believe he disagrees with with with Madison was the question question of some federal tax on sleighs and I believe Madison says and I think this is the conscious convention. They didn't laugh the idea because he didn't lacking admitting the constitution there can be property men which authorizing attacks on slaves would do that I think and in another another point point Mason says but not attacks slave imports would be the equivalent of a bounty on slice so they're both opposed to slavery but they disagree on the on the way to to to reflect opposition now when you when you get to the ratification convention Mason's position becomes a little bit harder to to maybe characterize because in one speech basically in one breath he criticizes the constitution for not protecting slavery and at the same time he criticizes the Constitution for making the slave trade to continue for another twenty years. The constitution said that Congress couldn't ban slavery in June twenty years after his adopted the only way I can reconcile although I mean you you could say expediency the binding points. He's he's trying to sue to be a slave. Live owners and people have reservations about slavery is he was opposed to slavery but he thought that that if the abolition of slavery should be left to the states again he wouldn't right wouldn't trust the northern majority to to to to to manage that process very interesting and that would explain the apparent inconsistency between his strong statements against slavery at the Convention and as you say his objection at the convention that it was not possible to tax slaves which interestingly trust with Madison's crucial claim the Constitution should take no position on whether there could be property in men and attributing that to his concern for states rights helps us understand a the tension between him and Madison. Let's turn finally to the central issue that divided Madison and Mason and one where Mason one and history thanks him and that's the lack of a bill of rights colleen. This is more familiar story to some we the people listeners but why was it the Madison initially opposed a bill of rights but came to support it and what was Mason's role in persuading him to change his mind well Madison a of course was opposed to bill right at the constitutional convention but during the ratification debates with people like Edmund Randolph and George Mason of Virginia persuading many of the people in Virginia or perhaps reflecting their views there ought to be a bill of rights in the constitution in order not to undergo calling second convention which Madison thought would be autism faster. We'd never get a constitution out of it. We were it was hard enough. The first time that he said publicly that he would support a bill of rights in the first Congress should he be there obviously elected as a congressman and that's precisely what he did early early on in the first congress of the United States Madison introduced a series of amendments that became known as the bill of rights now why was does he opposed to begin with and then agree to later. He explains himself on this. He was opposed to a bill of rights because he was very worried that it would mean that listing rights that you put that in the constitution these are the rights and liberties of to to be protected in the constitution that there would be a presumption that rights not listed would be considered writes not protected by the Constitution not protected tech under law and so that that would be dangerous to the rights and liberties of the American people. He said that in Great Britain government grants France rights to the people but in the United States it's the opposite it's the people who Graham powers to the government so all rights are reserved to to the people and to the states respectively so the idea of delegated or an enumerated powers that any power is not given into the government the government does have which is one of the reasons he wasn't so concerned about the judiciary because he didn't see them as being sort lord of runaway judiciary that many people think the judiciary has become and the twentieth and twenty first century like George Mason predicted did and the anti-federalist brutus predicted. They seem to have been right about that eventual a alternately now so madison thought that though if if we were going to have a bill of rights had to be done was to articulate these rights as clearly and comprehensively a handsomely as possible. That's why there's the ninth amendment that basically says don't assume that everything listed here are the only rights of the people so it's to make sure that we know that it's not government who gives people rights. It's people who give powers to the government that is critical in the American can constitutional system and it's part of a necessary part of what it means for the people to be softened the idea popular sovereignty eighty Jeff Brewer Mason in the bill of rights. This is his greatest legacy. He championed it from the beginning. He said one could be written a few hours. I at the end of the convention. All you have to do is cut and paste among the state declarations which in the end is precisely what Madison did a drawing primarily on Mason's own for junior declaration as well as others so tell us about Mason's vision of a bill of rights and why he thought it was necessary and what is the significance of his triumph on this question. Mason did raise the issue toward the end of the convention. It's a mystery why he didn't raise the issue earlier. an-and the timing was bad. I think by the time he raised the issue. A lot of the delegates were ready to go home. They'd been there for about three months but of course he was the perfect person to raise the issue because he'd written the Virginia Declaration of Rights and he I think he invasion and really a bill of rights sort of two parts one would be a statement of fundamental political the principles that all man I think as he put in the declaration were born equally free and independent they had a right to laugh liberty property property happiness and safety which of course Jefferson took to that language and became the second paragraph of the Declaration of independence and then Madison wanted to Mason and Mason WanNa protect certain fundamental individual rot got a prime most important they free religion which is an issue is very important and also important important of Madison and we've been talking about mass mass in Mason's differences but earlier in their career they were they were playing allies and one of the issues I worked together on which was to expand freedom origin in Virginia and so by seventeen eighty seven declaration riots were bill right is become something that most Americans expect expect to see in your state cost to Sion's and we got God's remember before seventy seven in the field healthy convention. Americans have spent roughly a decade Ryan State Constitutions. People people expected to see so mason raises the issue. I gets no support. It's noted down the unanimously and then toward the end of the convention Iraq's objections to the Constitution as opposed. I would have to be the first first written document and he begins with this complaint that there's no no declaration of rights and it became the anti-federalist most popular argument against the Constitution Anti federalist had a lot of raised issues disagreement among the anti-federalist list on different issues but there was general agreement for the now on the need for a declaration of rights and it put a great deal of pressure on on Madison Addison. Thomas Jefferson courses the American Minister to France this time Jefferson Rats Masson tells me think they should've added. It'd mill rise the constitution. The Baptist in Virginia are raising the issue because they want a federal protection for freedom of religion so he's under pressure from from them that becomes important when he runs.
"madison" Discussed on We The People
"Nobody's the people being in jeopardy but I think for very different reasons than Madison. Thaw will jeff tell us more about Mason's view about the dangers as of too much national power what what were his concerns initially supported the Virginia plan but at the Virginia ratifying find convention opposed ratification in part because Congress might make service in the militias unattractive as a pretext for establishing a standing army and he objected to federal control of the militias so what was it about congressional national power in the Constitution that mason feared and really sort of follow-up Kaleen laughed left off. I think there are a couple of issues that the answer that question illustrate his differences with with Madison one is is an issue that would sound pretty archaic or obscured uh US Mason believed that Eh a two-thirds vote of Congress should be required to pass laws regulating commerce or foreign trade eight. He knew that thought that the north northern the northern states would have a majority in Congress and they map pass legislation that would say give them monopoly on American shipping to northern shippers he and the British in what they call the navigation acts which imposed comparable regulations on American commerce and Magin worried the Mason Mason worried about that Madison was not so worried about that and I think if I had to make Eliza maybe Mazen's top three concerns about about the constitution one was the power to regulate commerce. I think Mason supported a congressional Paraguay ECOMMERCE. I think most people saw that was needed but he thought it ought to acquire something like three fourths quote or or some formula with the gives us asa the veto another difference and this again a they seem trivial to listeners today. Mason thought that appropriation bills should start in the in the house representatives. That was the people's body. The people elected representatives. I am the Senate should not be allowed to amend alter alternate a Senate of course was selective state legislatures representative. The states did not directly represent the people and he thought that what they call the origination clauses are important mass and talk that was fairly tribulation and in the big issue I think convention and this is feel. Songkhla issue about state versus national power headed it with the issue of representation representation mass and mass and believed very strongly that representation in Congress should be based based on population and of course the small states saw that representation in it in at least one house of Congress should reputation reputation should be equal among the states in at least one house of Congress. and Mason was one of the few large delegates that supported what became McCain knows a great compromise or the Connecticut compromise he saw. I is perhaps ironic. He saw that if if the delegates couldn't reach some on compromise on the issue of representation the convention would break up so this delegate who ended up opposing the constitution supported the compromise is it allowed the convention to finish his work fascinating e you just identified these three crucial issues the power of Commerce the question question of appropriations bills which seems more technical but has to do with representation in the Senate and then broadly this question of representation all of which will prove to be central convention colleen. Let's put on the table few other differences between Madison and Mason. When it comes to structural constitution how do they agree and disagree when it came to the powers of the president and the judiciary well Madison what into the convention without a very clear idea of the the executive and his except in terms of the executive and the judiciary he was in favor of what he called a council of revision vision which he pushed for over and over again at the convention but failed to get that passed just could not support for that would have meant had he succeeded in doing that it would have meant that after Congress both houses of of Congress passed a bill that incentive it going just to the president to sign or veto it would go to this council love revision which would be composed of the chief executive along with a certain number of members of the United States Supreme Court? Maybe four something like that so the council might be you know an odd number. Maybe something like five. I've always found that interesting because of of what effect that might have on judicial review right would still the Supreme Court would have I think appropriately the power of judicial review but would they be much less apt to exercise it sense. They've really we already had members of the Rancho really already had their say in working with the council revision so that's one of the interesting things about Paddison view. I think I'm the executive and the Judiciary Mason was one of the people who when they debated the executive in and they were they were the convention was all over the place about what how the president the Jeff it is interesting because Mason Start Aww in a very different place I think if he'd had his way and again he's concerned about about southern interest and sexual interest he he he didn't pushed hard on this but his preference was that the executive might be made up of of one from south one from the mid Atlantic region and and one New England. There wasn't much support for that. I as I recall I think Hugh Williamson of North Carolina support that but there wasn't much support for that and it didn't go any nice and accepted the idea of a single chief executive although he did think that the president is he came to be known should have counsel to advise him the colonial governors of state governors all often had advisory councils or sometimes counsels. We have some real power and that was one of the masons objections to I don't think I think that that nice and had a very clear idea of what of what the president would do or how the president would be selected when he went to fill the the Virginia plan originally proposed at the the national legislature would select the executive. I Yeah I think Madison and probably Mason decided in the Crispin Bates. They wanted to president that was more independent. Uh of the of the legislature than that in came to support the Electoral College Mason again was was mainly concerned concerned that that southern interest be protected he really preferred hoped that they convention would adopt a three member executive executive with representative from the south mid Atlantic states and New England There wasn't much support for that. I think Hugh Williams of North Carolina's reported reported it. There wasn't much sport coat for that among the delegates and Mason didn't didn't push it he did want the president had an advisory council. Executive Councils were were common in the colonies and in the states he thought Oh that'd be another check on the power of the presidency did not favour pop collection of the of the president came to accept the electoral college allege as I recall in the during the ratification of banks that was not a major issue for from from Addis Information. Let's talk now about the the judiciary. Coleen Alexander Hamilton famously predicted that the judiciary would be the least dangerous branch Madison in the federalist most feared Weird Congress as an impetuous vortex that would suck all into its voracious powers but what was Madison vision of the judiciary and contrasted rested with Mason who in opposing ratification of the Constitution of the Virginia Ratify Ratification Convention said that the broad scope of the judiciary kyrie would not only render state courts unnecessary it will destroy the state government with Jeff. I think there's a the reason that Hamilton road all the federalist papers on the judiciary and Madison didn't this is something that Hamilton the lawyer and of course Madison was not a lawyer one of the few who was not a given quite a bit more thought to as I mentioned a previously Madison saw part of the role of the judiciary in the check and balancing role on legislation as part of the council of Revision Vision but he did not want either the president or the judiciary to have the final say the final say was to be of legislation was to be Congress as the closest representatives of the people and of course what what the Judiciary is very far removed fundamentally sourced in the in the power of the people but very far removed from anything close close to direct or even election by the people so madison because Congress was to be the most powerful branch of government government. That's where he wanted us to direct our efforts to check it. I think he like Hamilton was not as concerned concerned because the judiciary had neither neither sword or curse which the executive in Congress did in fact task have now jeff if I could just say a couple words about something that that our other Jeff has talked about that this mason as concerned about southern interest in in protecting those interests I find this very fascinating Madison and Mason both from the Great State of Virginia the state that will produce most of the president's for some time after the establishment of the new constitution but unlike Mason Louis so concerned about the rights of the state of Virginia Genu- particularly the southern interest and we have to remember that Mason and Madison were both slave owners though both of them said many times over talked about their opposition to the institution of slavery at the Convention when the when the debate debate seemed to be over the small states versus large states which took you know basically two months of the life of the convention before we get to the great compromise is on on July sixteenth odd Madison at one point stood up and looked at his fellow delegates and said you know this this fight this conflict. That's being expressed about the large states. Versus small states dates. That's not really what's going on here. The division in the country is between North and South Madison recognized is that the division even in seventeen eighty seven in America had to do with the institution of slavery and and this was something he was very very keen on trying to reduce to alleviate the tensions of breath. I wonder what Jeff Broader thinks. Basins plan would have done regarding that tension that conflict reflect between the North and south over slavery fascinating. We have two large questions on the table that I want to ask Jeff broad water. The first is Mason's objection into the judiciary. Why is it at the Virginia ratifying convention that he said that the federal judiciary was so powerful that it would destroy state governments then tell us about the plan that clean she and refers to when it comes to getting the interests of the north and south and what what Mason thought he was trying to achieve Mason was very concerned about the power of the federal courts who made that a major point in the Virginia ratifying convention he was worried or he did argue that the federal courts would swallow up the the state courts why he was so concerned. Maybe a little bit harder to Maybe a little hard question to answer but in the federal courts were given fairly broad jurisdiction over matters arising under federal law over over litigation between citizens of different states and he thought he thought that was too broad jurisdiction and of course it's a federal law was to be supreme over state law under this Spring Z. Clause of the Constitution and one of them we have to remember is own some of some of Mason's concern. Some of the federals concerns would same the almost paranoid us today today. I mean Mesa Mesa was concerned that Congress might just do some reasonable unreasonable things that perhaps a the federal courts would which is said in Washington in the capital of course Washington and been founded yet and you'd have to go all the way to the capital litigated case ace and it would be very expensive and disadvantage ordinary ordinary citizens but he does the federal courts is real and we gotta remember in in Seventeen Ninety seven seventy-nine hate. The idea of do short view was really not well established. The courts were just really can begin to assert themselves. I think you might almost say that. The constitution was written in Philadelphia. There was another constitutional revolution taking place in the states as is the courts became more became more assertive with regard learn how Mason thought the issue of slavery would be negotiated under his plan with for example those three member the executive. I'm speculating here. Mason never really addressed the the issue directly but as in his living in an era where slavery has not yet become the great moral issue. It's a it's a political issue and as it was really well into the eighteen hundreds and I think that amazing would probably save pushed pushed him on this that if you gave the north and south you know roughly equal leverage they they would simply negotiate some some political settlement settlement an amazing support the end of the foreign slave trade. He never complained about the probation of slavery in the in in the Northwest Territory. He was one of those founders who I think considered slavery necessary evil and was you. I'm willing to entertain the idea that at some point in the future some point future slavery can be put on a road to abolition as you suggest I mason was critical of slavery although a slave older himself he believed that the slave trade was an evil that he could not condone and.
"madison" Discussed on We The People
"I'm Jeffrey Rosen Presidency. Oh the National Constitution Center and welcome to we the people a weekly show of constitutional to beat the National Constitution Center is a nonpartisan nonprofit chartered by Congress to increase awareness and understanding of the constitution among the American people people September seventeenth is constitution day the anniversary of the signing of the US constitution in seventeen eighty seven in celebration of constitution in day. We devote this episode of the people to profile of two of the most influential figures shaping the Constitution James Madison Listen and George Mason if you had to pick two figures to exemplify the fundamental debates over the constitution and whether or not we should have a bill of Rights Madison and Mason seem a good place to start and we have convened a two of America's leading scholars Madison and Mason to help us understand who's WHO's constitutional legacy and ideas were most influential and how they differ and how they complimented each other Kaleen Sheehan is visiting scholar at the University of Colorado Boulder and professor of political science at Villanova University Professor Sheehan is the author of many books including the superb James Madison and the spirit of Republicans self-government which I recommend so strongly to we the people listeners and the forthcoming Cambridge companion to the federalist Co edited with Jack Rakoff professor. She is a member of the National Constitution Centers Madison Constitution For all commission and has written about Madison and the media in a soon to be published and very illuminating essay coline. It is wonderful to have you on the show. Thanks Jeff. It's great to be here. I'm always happy to do anything the National Constitution Center and the work look you doing their floor civic education in America. I appreciate it and Jeff. Broad Water is professor of history emeritus at Barton College in Wilson North Carolina. Uh He is the author of George Mason forgotten founder which I just had the great pleasure of reading this summer and also so strongly recommend to we the people listeners as well as James Madison Addison a son of Virginia and a founder of the Nation Jeff. It is an honor to have you on the people thank you honor to be on the program Kaleen. I'm going to begin with solarge question. Perhaps the largest question constitutional law but I know you can help distill the essence of it for our listeners. We're here to contrast Madison and Mason what what were the core of Madison's constitutional ideas and what was the core of this constitutional vision well. I guess sufficed to summarize it as tersely as possible. I would say that his constitutional vision was about self government which included included both liberty instability the idea that you need a stable government in order to protect the rights and liberties of the people so that they'll have the opportunity to govern themselves. Madison thought that that the history of the world was a history of of humanity signing for the chance to be their own masters and so wait before the constitutional convention in preparation preparation for it he spent quite some time writing up a piece called vices of the political system of the United States and which he looked at the effects of the United States government under the articles of confederation and his goal was to see if we could find a way to correct those defects especially especially the problems of instability injustice and confusion as eat could it later on in federalists number ten and so in correcting directing these kinds of problems of of a government that splits powers between a central government and state governments government or what's called Federalism Battiston thought that if we did this properly we could find a way for the first time in history tree for the people to really have a fair trial at the experiment in Self Government Jeff Broad Water George Mason will be less chameleon to our listeners. Tell us why many scholars think that he was among the most influential members of the constitutional convention his Virginia Declaration of Rights both influenced Madison when he wrote the bill of Rights as as well as Jefferson wrote the declaration Asian of independence why was Mason so influential and what was the core of his constitutional vision. Mice was one of the older delegates to go. I know the Philadelphia Convention was already a major figure in American politics. He'd been an early leader in the resistance to two British policy in Virginia before the American Revolution as you mentioned was principal author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights which generally considered the first modern bill of rights also the principle author of the Virginia Constitution which was one of the first state constitutions and so he brings a great deal of respect and influence to to the Philadelphia Convention and he's particularly remembered for raising the issue of the lack of the bill of rights he didn't sign the Constitution. He was one of three delegates who state of the end of the convention. I didn't sign that sign the Constitution and toured the end of a convention early. I think on the next the last day he wrote a list of objections. The constitution and his first objection was that there was no declaration rights. I think having written the Virginia Declaration of Rights gave him a great deal credibility to trip to raise that issue and he goes on and become one of the one of the handful of really impressive anti-federalists leaders as a leader Peter of the anti-federalist of the Virginia Convention that have been called ratify the Constitution Virginia would say that he he is differences with Madison as audiences were huge but they were important. I I think Madison thought that he could construct a national government that would that would be representative as people I would act responsibly would serve as a check on the state government. and Madison are Mason easy to get confused Nice. I think it was just it was less optimistic about that. I think he he was more distrustful. Government at any level sometimes we think of the anti-federalist states arises is people that were simply post giving right or power to the central government and there's some truth to that one of the most interesting to me is. I study Mason's career. Mason was is concerned about corruption and even though the county level as he was about about the national level. My won't talk about that later but I think the different one of the differences between Madison Amazing. Simply Mason Mason did the local orientation and Madison but he was simply more a pessimistic outside about the ability to to to credit governments national state and local hell wouldn't ultimately become corrupt and oppressive fascinating and as you write in your are superb book like John Adams you say Mason feared a new republic could founder an unchecked individualism transient popular majorities in the inherent virtue of the marketplace marketplace all forces that were sure lead to corruption as they had in Great Britain and he Mason oppose the because he thought had gave too many powers to a popularly elected acted chief executive kaleen. Let's begin to articulate what the what the major philosophical clashes at the convention were and if the founders came to Philadelphia determined to create a national government strong enough to achieve common purposes such as common defense and regulating the national economy. They also wanted to be constrained enough to protect liberty. Why don't you jump in and try to ah the main differences and similarities between Madison and Mason when it came to those questions and maybe we could start with the powers of Congress well. I think that Jeff Broadway broad water did a very good job in articulating Mason's view I would it only add that not only was he one of the older delegates but he was one of the crusty your ones I think I don't know if Jeff would agree with that. You know make Mason and L. Bridge Judge Gary and let's see who was who was a fellow who said I may take a foreign power by the hand hand which Rufus King responded and and chided him that we were there to get a job done for the Union and oh it was it was gunning Bedford. I think appropriate name have asked another word about gunning Bedford because you sound so interesting well it's from Delaware and in fact his home now one of my students from Delaware during a break picked from the university went to find his old home and it's now masonic lodge so I don't think tours being it's it's it you can't tour for its historical value. As far as I know but I'm not sure haven't been there but Bedford was a was a real interesting character and I always thought he was appropriately named. I myself don't know too. Many people named gunning. Mason and Madison were both from Virginia and and in many ways they disagreed about much of of what needed to be done in the United States they both came to Philadelphia as part of the Virginia delegation supporting seemingly the Randolph Virginia Plan introduced by Edmund Randolph authen- governor of Virginia rate early on in the convention in fact it was kind of a preemptive move but some of the major clashes at the the convention of which Madison Mason as well as others of course would be a car had to do with how much power the national government should have and how that would affect both the rights of the states are as well as the liberties and rights of the people for example sample the delegation from New York state composed of three members one of whom was Alexander Hamilton whom I'm sure many of your listeners will we'll know a lot of bow or at least be able to see saying a number of songs about him absolutely and then lansing engaged now. Hilton was one of the people very much pushing for the constitutional convention and a full-scale Amendment Amendment of the articles of confederation whereas Lansing and Yates were cronies of then Governor George Clinton of New York in enjoyed Clinton was a big fish in the relatively small pond of New York state then and they wanted to keep as much power as possible at the state level fearful that a national government would really make them fairly irrelevant which by the way some thought was Alexander Hamilton's plan all along to make the states as administrative units as fairly irrelevant compared to the Hercules America would become now where does where does madison fit into this. Many people think that Madison Jason was pretty Monday hammel Tony in the seventeen eighty s and there's there's a certain sense in which they agreed very much on on what needed to be done to amend the articles and to put the noon fledgling United States on a firm footing but I don't think Madison was ever quite the the nationalist that Hamilton always was Madison always thought there was a substantial insignificant place for where the states are not just because of wanting to protect states' rights but primarily because it was federalism was necessary necessary to protect the rights and liberties of the people in an extensive republic. It's interesting that in general have more to say about this that that Mason to is also is concerned about too much power being given to the national government in the liberties..
"madison" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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"madison" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"A. D. I. S. O. N. Madison managers dot com lower right hand corner of the home page is where you can email so either call or go to the website email and we can start yeah that's and Mike that's why I wanted to start with that because again it's been so popular in with markets behaving the way that they have they certainly of recent I think it's so critical that everyone one to take advantage does take advantage of that service because it's awfully nice of you to do that Mike and Wall Street has been providing that catalyst right down five percent in a trading days we haven't seen that kind of vicious bought volatility in quite some time and here's where I wanted to begin Mike because everyone who listened last week we we talked about it we broke this down in that we really saw one group Mike in terms of the actual growth names right the true grow things and with the software industry right they have been the ones that have been hanging on right kind of the last you know the last of those true growth pains that had been hanging on with in this market and we were very specific we name names right if we lost we felt that if we lost that group right gonna lose the market but you're gonna lose this market lease for a period in time well Mike now you can go through the names whether it be you know work day service now sales force beyond where insert name here they're all down ten to twenty plus percent from where they were just a week and a half ago so we lost the group and and they move lockstep doesn't matter the name is and it doesn't matter who's reporting earnings or who's on a conference call they all moved together and we had a great example everyone listening and if this is how volatile these markets have become now and I think it's become any instance now with the markets where I really firmly believe investors fear these earnings reports we had a good reason with good reason because he I mean here's the interesting thing and I'll bring this up just anecdotally a small company small company that we follow based out of the Boston area super super growth the company with a beautiful pristine balance sheet these guys reported earnings this week they grew to the tune of sales fifty seven percent fifty seven percent now guidance was for forty so this is a company that again beat got beat guidance right blasted guidance crystal crystal clear balance sheet the stock moved from thirty three I believe on the news more from thirty three to twenty seven I want to say twenty eight so that that's the environment for in Mike where beats don't matter it's just it's very very very difficult right now and and from a macro standpoint we've been harping on this for months interest rates continue to hit all time low here so we're gonna get into that the thirty year at two and a quarter percent that will get when I see thirty year the thirty year treasury you purchased that every year you're only going to earn two and a quarter percent amazing amazing we're going to delve into all of this everyone we are jam packed first segment behind as Mike mailed Jackson Browne let's see what let's see what yes part two is here I'm feeling good he's bikes really good vehicle if the bike route so proud to be about is that will be added to this study every study click for prosperity radio hour we're so glad to have you with us and we'll see a right back just in.
"madison" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Your Madison love managers trying to listen while I talk your that's very interesting. Planning for prosperity radio hour. Thank you for joining us. This Sunday every Sunday Easter Sunday everyone. So we really appreciate you taking the time to be with us, and John I wanted to leave here because I thought it was very important week from the standpoint of we spoke several weeks ago about what we really liked, you know, regarding the markets and really at the top of the list was the price action or how certain you know, certain acquis where trading John, I think some things changed this past week. Now, we will start with the fact that two things right hanging over the market this week may have caused the little indigestion to begin with number one at the holiday short week. Obviously right light volumes incredibly light volumes. Earlier in the week is not open a Good Friday. Correct. Correct. Closed. Hot clothes for the holiday and very light volumes all week particularly early in the week, which you would have thought it would have been a little bit heavier. But it just was not. And then number two. I do Johnny do the markets trade. Tres in general were hanging on the release of the mullahs report. You right, wrong or indifferent? No matter what your take is there. What what you were hoping to see? And or not see out of that report. It certainly was something that traders do wanted to see that, you know, hit the news stands so to speak, right. Yes. So let's start with this. John one lead with China because we were there John we were there, and we were talking about China leading the way, you know, late last year, right? When it was arm again in an arm arket, and we were really talking about the Chinese securities in the Chinese market specifically we wanted to see them take a leadership role. They did that sound of the Auclair for our markets. Okay. Here's the interesting thing, you know, that the Chinese markets in general, and especially the, you know, the Chinese heavyweights that trade here specifically the tech giant's, right? Had a very rough start to the week in some of those names early in the week were down two to three percent Monday. You know? Oh, really dispirited rally on Tuesdays. What I would call it despite overnight the whole market trading trading. Pretty well. Okay. Again, something that bears watching we closed out the week, not terrible. But certainly not at their most recent highs right for those Chinese those Chinese names, we like to look at baba, it really is the premier Chinese name trading here, certainly a global tech giant's, not just a, you know, certainly not just tech giant there. It is a global global equity at this point with a massive massive market cap. So so watch these, you know, and we did again, we did point we did point this out early. And we're going to watch this, you know, because it would be my expectation, John, and I know you echo, this that you know, of late, you know, the Chinese equities specifically have really been leadership stocks, right? They lead they lead the rest of the world follows on the upside e end in if we were to see a pullback. Probably spec to see them head down. I right. Yes. Let's keep an either. Okay. Let's keep an and coming up, Tim IOUs, John that was absolutely something that, you know, something that again. We we definitely want to mention here because as you say credit stimulus injection money supply growth massive growth year over year with the most recent data coming out of, you know, coming out of China, you would seemingly think that that would provide a stimulus certainly for the Chinese equities if not the rest of the world, right, but the Chinese equities specifically. So for not seeing that again, everyone we want to see these Chinese equities follow-through again, if we do want to see this rally in this rally extended self if you're looking for an index to follow John, you know, the one we always talk about is the k web, right? The K web. That's the Chinese Internet index, and we were talking about that is kind of a proxy play. You know, if you're looking to potentially get involved in that Chinese tech sector get some exposure to the Chinese economy in that bottoming out process, John we talked about it in the thirties. It's now forty nine ish. Give or take. Okay. Let's watch fifty there. Let's. Give the listeners fifty watch on the K web again round number. It would be through the most recent highs again looking for the leadership out of that group and they've been leaders since the December lows. So I think again, I think it's very important. You know, again, we're not sounding Barish alarm here. But if you're looking to be early, right? You're looking to be early on any specific pullback definitely definitely an area that you know, definitely that you want to want to watch John anything you wanted to add there. Well, I think that we had on Degi giant Chinese stimulus. It's helping but it's not really starting Europe at all. No, johnny. We saw some very poor Chinese PM. I, you know, the purchasing managers indices out of Europe were very very poor vis this week. And and, you know, the John, and that's kind of what you know, what we lead with their when we said that, you know, certainly, if the if the stimulus isn't being reflected in the Chinese equities themselves, right? How can we expect it to extend out? If it's if it's not if it's not even be realized by the markets, which is really what were what we focus on. Right. I mean, again, economic growth fabulous markets aren't growing doesn't really matter to the investor right hundred percent doesn't really matter. So we're we're specifically talking about markets here everyone. That's really what we what we tried to do John going to get into one of the areas where there was imprinting pretty interesting deterioration this week. And again, maybe we have play save until after the break. I guess is what we're down to the last minute or so here, folks. So certainly thank you so much for joining this Sunday every Sunday, we really appreciate you sharing a little bit of your holiday with us. But we really wanted to lead with, you know, with the China the China taught there because we really think it's very important at this point with respect to markets how they're trading in the direction that they may be trading here going forward. So certainly thank you for joining us implants, John Bryant, Rachel is here. This Sunday every Easter Sunday, so proud to be your Madison wealth managers only here. W? I will see a right after the break Mike Brown medicine wealth managers for years financial advisers thought they needed to work at.
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"madison" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"To his to bass. The game that from the Marlins television network and the rally would continue Anderson with the healthy lead at second. He's going to score on base. Here's the pitch lane, high fly ball, centerfield Hernandez, going back still going back at the wall. Looking up here. JT real tone. And so the Marlins win this game seven to five Madison Bumgarner after the game was not happy. Obviously when I'm out of game, then you can put a little bit of it out. But during the game, I'm not show a little bit after pitcher and there. I don't dwell on it before author. The next pitch I'm ready to throw the next pitch. I mean, that's a game that we should have won. Let it get away from me. Man stuff's giving to get people out right now. Just got this. Got execute and it shouldn't. Yeah, no doubt about it. When the giants lose a game to the Marlins, it's going to feel like a lost opportunity, especially in a game started by Madison. Bumgarner. Thanks for letting the baseball tonight scoreboard. We should also check out the baseball tonight. Podcast. Jerry Crasnick will join me to discuss the unwritten rules in the application of them and the pirates Diamondbacks game. But Sarah Lang's has another installment of the numbers game and rock. Kubacki go with some insight heat on Manny. Chato Buck Showalter the Orioles have a great day. Everybody. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight scoreboard and be shoot it download all podcasts including the baseball tonight podcast at ESPN dot com slash pod center. The baseball tonight scoreboard.
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"madison" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"I think madison germs and believed 'extraordinary assumption of executive power and that was really the shocking thing i think from addison's perspective and his reaction immediately denied valley proclamation was wait you can't do this because this is essentially the equivalent of taking a treaty position or maybe repudiating a treaty position and for that you would need congressional approval work and this led to a major problem for madison because he had essentially overlooked in the constitutional structure the depth and capacity of the president's capacity to be able to be truly unilateral and this led him into this famous set of exchanges with hamilton over the nature of the presidency and foreign affairs power and it's the only significant exchange between medicine in hamilton on a constitutional question where i think you have to say and i say this in the book hamilton gets the better of the argument he does get the better there i'm going i've always thought that one of their several interesting things about your account of the socalled pacific as hell videos debate which was this debate between um jeffery excuse me hamilton in madison over the legality of the nepali proclamation one is just how you tell the familiar story about jefferson telling him to take up his pen uh and madison to your boat i had not realised with with with with what trepidation madison approached the task he really didn't want have you might not want to do it with animal to why is that was that because he feared hamilton because he did the he had the better of the argument that was a combination of both things he had been fighting hamilton forever and he never mind doing it in the past he always felt pretty confident doing in the past because he was sure especially when it came to construction of the welfare clause the constitution that he was right you know hamilton kept on saying we can do whatever we want in congress and that's and kept on saying it's a government of limited powers i know i was there on this point i think madison truly understood that you know frankly he didn't have the better of the argument but there was an.