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Fresh update on "maher" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Life. What else can you say She was an amazing woman proved what not. She was an amazing woman. The president, though, had released a new list of possible Supreme Court justices just days ago. Democratic rival former President Joe Biden says that the nation should focus on Ginsberg's life and legacy right now. But he also said that filling the seat should wait until after the election. Let me be clear. Voters should pick the president. The president should pick to justice. For the Senate to consider. This was the position of the Republican Senate took in 2016 when there are almost 10 months to go before the election. Death spread through the country last night, sparking sadness and shock at the taping of HBO's real Time with Bill Maher. Just put it on the prompter here, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Just no way Former president Obama. Oprah Winfrey. Many others are offering tributes to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Birth Bater Ginsberg was 87 years old wins used on 9 20, for it is like Shana Tova for a very different Russia Shauna celebration this year. Jewish congregations are marking the high holy days in very different ways. Because of the pandemic. Some synagogues have been doing virtual services for months. But observances of the new Year and day of Atonement bring a whole series of challenges for congregations. On a former rabbi, telling the Daily News he feels like he's learned to be a 1950 TVs producer doing all kinds of things he never had to think about before. Winds. News time 9 25. For all our sakes, we need to avoid crowds as much.
Fresh update on "maher" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"In towards the seventies North band side on the Harlem River Drive heading into the R F. K bridge. We are seeing a little bit of a delay. And here's what you need to know about your bridges and tunnels across the board. Nobody's walking the blank. Everything's looking good across the Hudson River for you at this time. I'm Bill Powers. You next reports coming up at 8 51 on 10 10 wins. Thank you, Billy wins news time 8 42 Chanting outside of the United States Supreme Court Building in Washington last night continuing this morning, Mourners celebrating the life of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the notorious RBG as she was known. She became a pop culture icon in recent years. She died last night at home surrounded by her family. She was 87. Cause of death from a statement from the Supreme Court metastatic pancreatic cancer. Ginsberg, the second woman to sit on the high court, joining Sandra Day O'Connor back in 1993, she went on to become its longest serving woman in history. She was the first female Jewish justice a liberal as we hear now from Correspondent from a neighbor from ABC correspondent Landmark Case Unemployment Discrimination in 2007 Ginsberg wrote a powerful descent that prompted Congress to amend the law's named for the woman who filed the claim. The Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act became one of the first pieces of legislation signed into law by President Barack Obama. While on the Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg was a consistently liberal voice on issues like abortion, voting rights and the separation of church and state correspondent Juju Chang there, President Trump reacting to Ginsberg's death, calling her an amazing woman who lived in amazing life. Trump issuing a proclamation all flags at the White House Public buildings grounds. Military facilities be at half staff. Until her body is interred political angle of her death. Let's already begun. Senator Majority Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vowing just hours after her death. Whomever President Trump nominates to replace Ginsberg will get a vote on the Senate floor. This sets the stage, of course for a very messy fight. In Congress. Congress woman Alexandria Kaze O Cortez says the fight remains to be seen, especially since it has been reported that Ginsberg's dying wish was not to have her seat filled until after the election. I think it's incredibly Heart breaking that This was the last thing. This is one of the last thoughts that was weighing on her shoulders and before passing. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was with reporters when he reacted to Senate Senator McConnell statement, he says Just as the Senate delayed a judicial appointment for President Obama Back in 2016. The same should happen. Now Talk show host Bill Maher, also weighing in last night, who was going to be the next Supreme Court judge. Got there. Scott Bela? Probably not already Republican Senators, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Susan Collins of Maine. They're breaking from the GOP, saying there is not enough time to confirm someone before the November election lots talked about, of course about RPGs connection to New York here's born and bred in Brooklyn College Law School in New York as well, but she also has a New Jersey connection to early on in her career. She was a member of the faculty of Rutgers. Newark Law School for nine years from 1963 3 1972 Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead a th of.
TikTok CEO resigns amid US pressure to sell video app
"The chief executive of the Chinese own video APP. Tic TAC, has resigned. Three months after taking up the job, Kevin Maher told employees that the political environment had changed sharply in recent weeks. Irishmen Advice, Barney reports. Mr Mayer was brought in to take talk to help give the Chinese owned app on American image. The thinking was that he would be able to negotiate with a tough on China Trump administration better than perhaps a Chinese CEO, and that would help smooth Tic Tac's path in one of its biggest markets. The US Instead, The intense pressure from the Trump Administration on TIC Tac only grew President Trump claims Tic Tac is a national security threat because of who it's owned by the Chinese Internet from fight dance.
Major Real Estate Website Now Shows Flood Risk
"D. Y. E. N., dot com slash NPR to learn more many people who lose their homes wildfires or in hurricanes did not know they were in harm's way. You can understand that this might happen. You know that the houses near the words or near the. Coast, but you don't quite realize the risk don't quite realize the extent of the danger. One major real estate site is now showing a homes flood risk along with photos of the kitchen and living room so that people will know this is one way that climate change has become a more direct part of home-buying. A long-term decision that a lot of people make our reporting from NPR's climate team starts with NPR's Rebecca Hersher. It's obvious to a lot of Americans that climate change means more flooding more than a thousand homes and businesses are flooded in the Jackson Mississippi Southern Louisiana Sixty thousand homes north. West of Omaha is still dealing with the math more than four hundred homeowners. Even, though government flood maps have been around since the seventies, there was no mention of flooding on real estate websites until today Leslie Jordan is a vice president of the website realtor dot com, which lists more than one hundred, ten, million homes. Flooding is the most common costly natural disaster in the US. So realtor DOT COM has added flood information to every listing Jordan says that's thanks in part to a new privately funded fled information project called flood factor. Matt E B. is one of the CO founders of. Flood factor which rates houses on a scale from one to ten. So if it's very likely a very deep flood, you'll get a flood factor of ten for that property. If it's very unlikely, then it'll be a flood factor one, the ratings take into account climate change particularly sea level rise and more extreme rain ev says that kind of Info has actually been out there for years. It's just that regular people haven't had access to it. A. Democratization of this information is the way that we like to think about. It because there are people who already have this information and they're already acting on it people like mortgage insurance companies and large real estate developers, some of which have fought against public flood disclosure laws. So are other real estate sites also going to add this information. Can you say We are hopeful and happy to engage in those conversations with folks and that less than specific answer made my colleague Pr's Climate Team Lauren summer wonder what is going on with the other real estate websites so she called them i. I I asked Zillow if they're thinking about publishing flood, risk their number of challenges with that, and it's something that I think sooner or later would be a great feature to include Jeff. Tucker is an economist at Zillow who has studied how the homes they help sell art risk from climate change hundreds of billions of dollars just tremendous amount of real estate at risk primarily from coastal flooding for instance, Tucker. Says the company has had internal discussions about including flood risk, but they expect pushback from some users the current. May Be very unhappy to have that kind of information surfaced. If they're interested in selling their home, I heard the same thing from Taylor Mar lead economist at red. Fin. Could this actually reduce the value of this existing homeowner and essentially take away a lot of their net worth Marceau's on the buyer side Redfin survey show that three quarters of them. WanNa know about natural disasters before making an offer but he says that Info can't. Crowd out other fell on the website. If we made the whole front page just about flood risk, they might not be as easily able to navigate how long the commute is. For example, Maher says they're looking at testing including flood
Canada Finance Minister Quits Post Amid Charity Scandal
"Look at a chapter of political tunnels. Now here in Canada where yesterday the country's finance. Minister Bill More No. Long one of the prime minister's closest political allies resigned it follows lingering ethics scandal that has surrounded Trudeau's government for some time by this stage well, today a little earlier prime to treat. That Christie Freeland Canada's deputy prime minister would replace bill more now at the finance ministry becoming the first woman to hold that post Donyell. The murmurings around bill more knows future had been simmering hearing the Canadian Press for several days. By the time, his resignation announcement came last night. What's your reaction to? What is yet another high profile resignation from Shudo's cabinets in the five years of says since he took office. Yeah, quite a quite another big controversy four Trudeau in the middle of summer I think you know off the bat whatever reason the liberals are given. Four giving for more knows exit here is a messy one that. It was said that he wouldn't be seeking election. Again, we'll be looking for other opportunities. We know that he'll be looking to helm the AC, which is a great post for him perhaps in a good career move. But at the end of the day, this comes down to. Another sticky situation for the prime minister that really threatens to derail the progress that they've made in. The coronavirus crisis namely their popularity with Canadians. But once again, another distraction for the prime, which raises questions about the ship he sailing and him as the captain let's say. This begs the question of whether Mr Trudeau is simply impossible to work with. Now this is just another controversy that comes only a week Tomasz after we spoke about the last controversy involving. The Governor General Julie Pie itch and the toxic workplace she's been accused of creating butts. The liberals the government to appoint a successor in Canada's first governor of the Bank of Canada and Christina Freelance who held the interesting post of Deputy Prime Minister and not a lot of Canadians were used to to that role before Justin Trudeau but she is his most senior cabinet minister and and now most trusted ally. But that group of People Tomasz as you know is is getting shorter as the months go on. It's seeming time and again, like Trudeau is is just a very tough guy to work with and when he doesn't get his way, well, you get run out of town we should also point out that. Bill, more know. Perhaps. Put. His foot in it and didn't help the situation on on the fact that he wasn't agreeing with the prime minister but we can set that aside they didn't handle that well but also a big controversy besides this is this we charity, of course where. He and his family and the Finance Minister and Bill Maher. Now both have personal and family ties to this charity and should have recused themselves. I don't think that. The, the picture, four Canadians by I think that picture. is becoming more and more for. Canadians. Like. An elite privilege class squabbling over not being able to work together and I think that really does not play well, obviously trudeau lost. His majority after the last election and who knows where it's it's going from here because it doesn't seem like he's going to be able to keep some of his top ministers around for very long?
Sierra Club Denounces Founder John Muir For Racism
"A historic icon of the American environmental. Movement is in the spotlight John Muir founded the Sierra Club in eighteen, ninety two in San Francisco. The group's current leaders says the ongoing civil rights protests, leading to the dismantling of confederate monuments is causing the Sierra Club to reexamine its own racist history NPR's Kirk. Siegler reports. The group is pledging to remove some of its own John Maher statues. John Muir has long been revered by environmentalists. The California naturalists Biblical love. Wild places led to a legacy of federal wilderness protections, including Yosemite National Park, but mirror was also well known for making derogatory comments about blacks and native people and the modern conservation movement has wrestled for years with these transgressions in a letter to the Sierra clubs members today, current Director Michael Brune said this moment. Moment is a time to reexamine. The clubs own substantial role in perpetuating white supremacy. Bruins says the group will reconsider the views of some of its founders that lead to the modern movement being so white today when it comes to John Muir, we're looking to advance the conversation about yours legacy to look at him in a more comprehensive and inclusive way. That acknowledges his limitations. Limitations and shortcomings, the Sierra Club says it's considering removing some monuments to its founders. Brune is also pledging that the group will reorganize to ensure that a majority of its leadership is comprised of people of Color, and he hopes to spend five million dollars on diversifying their staff and training. The announcement was welcomed by Mustafa Santiago Ali of the National Wildlife Federation. You know it's long overdue. Overdue we have to address the sins of the past. He's one of the few people of Color who's actually in a leadership position in a major environmental group that major sin of the past, many of those folks felt that those spaces those natural spaces, those sacred spaces where meant for white men Ali says the modern day environmental movements lack of diversity in its writ large. Of Communities of color has had major consequences, one example, industrial facilities are often put in underserved neighborhoods and pollution from them as drifting into national parks like those John Muir fought to establish. Kirk, siegler NPR
'The Computer Got It Wrong': How Facial Recognition Led To False Arrest Of Black Man
"Police in Detroit we're trying to figure out who stole five watches from a show I know watch store and so they pulled security video that had recorded the incident they zoomed in on the grainy footage and ran the suspect to a facial recognition system I hit came back forty two year old Robert Williams of Michigan when I look at the denture of the gallon I just see a big black guy I don't I don't see a resemblance I don't think he looks like me at all in January police in Detroit arrested Williams for the watch theft Williams says he was placed in an interrogation room and police put three photos in front of him and he says so I guess that's not true either so I picked it up into my face when I told him I said I hope you don't think all black people look alike Williams was detained and then released on bail until his hearing that's when prosecutors dropped the charges against him academic and government studies have demonstrated that facial recognition systems misidentified people of color more often than white people what makes this case extraordinary is that police admitted that facial recognition technology prompted the arrest typically the tools used in secret lawyer Phil Maher is with the ACLU of Michigan they never even asked him any questions before arresting him they never asked him if he had an alibi they never asked him where he was that day the ACLU has filed a complaint against the Detroit police department the complaint asked that police stop using the tool in investigations in a statement to NPR the Detroit police department says after the Williams case the department enacted new rules now only still photos not security footage can be used for facial recognition and only in the case of violent crimes according to Georgetown law center on privacy and technology at least a quarter of the country's law enforcement agencies have access to face recognition tools Jamison's feedback is a researcher at the center most of the time people who are arrested using face recognition or not told at face recognition was used to arrest them the government use of facial recognition technology has been banned in half a dozen cities in Michigan Williams says he hopes the case is a wake up call to lawmakers Williams says there should be a nationwide ban let's say that this case wasn't retail for a one of those rape or murder what I got out of jail on a personal bond or but I never come home Williams and his wife Melissa worry about the long term effects the arrest will have on his daughters he was arrested on his front lawn his young daughters cried as her father was taken away in a police car in order to get arrested and that was their first interaction with the police so it's definitely not shape however seem long course man in his complaint Williams and his lawyers say if the police department won't ban the technology out right that leaves his photo should be removed from the database so this doesn't happen
'The Computer Got It Wrong': How Facial Recognition Led To False Arrest Of Black Man
"Now a man who says he was falsely arrested after a computer algorithm mis identified his face is speaking out as NPR's Bobby Allen reports critics of the technology said case shows how unreliable the tool is police in Detroit we're trying to figure out who stole five watches from a show I know watch store and so they pulled security video that had recorded the incident they zoomed in on the grainy footage and ran the suspect to a facial recognition system I hit came back forty two year old Robert Williams of Michigan when I look at the picture of the guy out I just see a big black I don't at all I don't see a resemblance I don't think he looks like me at all in January police in Detroit arrested Williams for the watch theft Williams says he was placed in an interrogation room and police put three photos in front of him and he says so I guess that's not true either so I picked it up into my face when I told him I said I hope you don't think all black people look alike Williams was detained and then released on bail until his hearing that's when prosecutors dropped the charges against him academic and government studies have demonstrated that facial recognition systems misidentified people of color more often than white people what makes this case extraordinary is that police admitted that facial recognition technology prompted the arrest typically the tools used in secret lawyer Phil Maher is with the ACLU of Michigan they never even asked him any questions before arresting him they never asked him if he had an alibi they never asked him where he was that day the ACLU has filed a complaint against the Detroit police department the complaint asked that police stop using the tool in investigations in a statement to NPR the Detroit police department says after the Williams case the department enacted new rules now only still photos not security footage can be used for facial recognition and only in the case of violent crimes according to Georgetown law center on privacy and technology at least a quarter of the country's law enforcement agencies have access to face recognition tools Jamison Spivak is a researcher at the center most of the time people who are arrested using face recognition or not told at face recognition was used to arrest them the government use of facial recognition technology has been banned in half a dozen cities in Michigan Williams says he hopes the case is a wake up call lawmakers Williams says there should be a nationwide ban let's say that this case wasn't retail for a one of those rape or murder what I got out of jail on a personal bond or but I never come home Williams and his wife Melissa worry about the long term effects the arrest will have on his daughters he was arrested on his front lawn his young daughters cried as her father was taken away in a police car in order to get arrested that was our first interaction with the police so it's definitely not shape how they perceive law enforcement in his complaint Williams and his lawyers say if the police department won't ban the technology out right that leaves his photo should be removed from the database so this doesn't happen
Texas Mayor Believes Women Should Be Silent In Churches
"Down in Town called Wiley Texas. I'M GONNA say it's how you would say that. Why are you It's kind of in the dfw sort of metroplex whatever somewhere in that somewhere in that area. Somewhere I sense of it. I didn't really look closely tech. Most of Texas is in the The Dallas Fort Brawl. As far as you can get it is amazing like it is honestly truly amazing. Any who their mayor Who is described in this article that I found as a magician Minnesota wild this is a triple. He's got all of them. That's that's the dream you guys. I don't know what what you guys wanted to be as kids but I'm pretty sure we all wanted to be magician. Minister Mayor just seemed impossible and this man has done it so Kudos to him. Well they one of his city council members a man by the name of Jeff Forester And the mayor's name is Eric Hogue should he be wondering He he emails him and says mayor over the past five weeks members of youth with a mission have been walking through Wiley and praying over our city and citizens. I believe this is a great testament to the youth in our city and devotion to God with your permission. I would like to ask a couple of the young men to come to our next meeting and lead us in prayer before. Let me know your thoughts and I will arrange to have them come. Jeff Okay. Youth mission all right. Yeah walking around praying what what good. What a good thing for young people to be doing what what productive work? Yeah and so the mayor response he says. Hey Jeff sounds good. I would like that all I ask. Is Those leading the public prayer? Be Young men. Here's why I make that request as a preacher for the Cottonwood Church of Christ we take the the two versus below literally the puts them in here I Corinthians Fourteen thirty four to thirty five a let your women be silence. Silence in the churches for it is not permitted unto them to speak but they are commanded to be under obedience as also Sayeth the law. And if they will learn anything let them ask their husbands at home for it is a shame for women to speak in the Church. And then yeah. That's that's one of those ones. Where like when Christian started to like I I would like when I hear about a church that follows that even though I think it's a horrific stupid right because at least you know that's one more that they're not being hypocrites about right so so there you go mayor with me. Yeah then then I Timothy two eleven. Twelve let the women learn in silence with all sub subjection. But I suffer not a woman to teach nor to usurp authority over the man but to be in silence and so there says so. I have always requested that. A man lead the invocation. I understand. Not everyone may agree with me. But I can't go against my conscience but I would love to have the group count and visit with them and then let a couple of guys leader. They're just just. Don't let any of those lady you come in and pray ruin everybody's doing well first of all. Here's the deal. Does he understand the word? Literally we'd be starts off. He says that we take these two verses below literally and the nurses are talking about church. Yeah and well as teaching everything that's literal about. These says absolutely nothing about a prayer at a city council meeting he. I I think I think he's. He's also looking at the spirit of the law which just women shut up no matter what you know. There's the letter of the law. But if you're really GONNA hold to the word of God shut the hell up ladies than don't talk about liberalness right anyway. So this is all leaked out And I WANNA know who leaked it. Do Okay who leaked it? Oh No oh it's gotta be somebody's wife. Right I the other Jeff Forrester the city council member. I my is He. He thought that was kind of weird right and laughed and chuckled about it. And you're right but I mean this is like will here's the deal. Wiley Texas DOT GOV. It would have been easy this public record. They were using both of them. Were using their official government email and so I mean if somebody wanted to just request them get their hands on them that you're not doing if you've got a a pastor or priest or you know a minister of some sort in an in an official position in your local government. Somebody needs to be doing. You know FAFSA requests of their up all of their documents at all times for reasons. Because you're going to get you're GonNa Stumble on Shit like this all the damn time. Yeah again I don't know how it came out but it's really really remarkable. I mean first of all you know. We both clearly object to the idea of there being a prayer at the beginning of the meeting and all right. This absolute douchebag Maher who also I guess because of Cova There may there may election was postponed to November because the pandemic so the guys getting like some extra time in office. I think it's people who kind of pissed about that too so I love it here. Here's the other thing that I love. I love the idea that like 'cause we talk all the time about how in this country is unconstitutional. If you're at very least if you're going to allow anyone to give a prayer you kind of have to allow everyone to be able to give that prayer and that's the basis of many many for Lawsuits and whatever but does it say anything about the gender of the person. Because I don't know I think there may be something beautiful in will allow anyone to pray but you have to go by the letter of law you have to. If we can find something in your life we get to police your religion and it's An and you have to obey your religion. Exactly that'd be something great about
The Public Transit Problem in San Francisco
"As cities across the US. Start opening backup. There is a question looming over many of the country's biggest economies public transit trains. Subways and bus lines are crucial to cities like New York. Chicago and San Francisco but public transit tends to pack people together. It is basically a social distancing. Maher Jeffrey Tomlin is the director of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency right now. Streetcars and rail systems in the city are not running and many bus routes have been shut down but as San Francisco starts to re-open Jeffery has to find a way to safely restart public transit. We call Jeffrey at his home. Or by the way it's a little spotty in places But if we are so thrilled to have you with US thank you for joining us So how long have you been with the San Francisco? Mta I started on December sixteenth was pretty intense first one hundred days. Oh my gosh you just started yes. I'm sorry that's A. That's a lot really fast. So Jeffrey. What steps did you take? The pandemic started Soon as the emergency order was issued a cut of military style strategic war room council gets formed and we formed that quickly knowing that the issues around the virus. We're going to hit our department. I so we put all that together at the end of February and then in a worm style. Like like in the movies really. Yeah I mean you know you're spaced out in a big conference room with whiteboards trying to figure out what on three going to so from what I understand. There are some cities that have opened up. And you've been kind of taking some inspiration from from cities like Taipei that have gotten their public transportation system up in running And I think I read that you had like a zoom call with the transit director in. Taipei's that right that's right in fact the mayor of Taipei Join US Which was a special treat Not only as a city are they reducing dramatically but they are having a very very low transmission rate on their public transit and they're public transit ridership is nearly back to a pre covet level. Oh so what are they doing? They have rigidly enforced Wearing a face coverings. They put up temperature checking stations at the fare gates before you get on the subway. Little infrared pens that like basically it goes near your forehead and it's an infrared reader off of your forehead so mask requirements temperature checks. What else are they doing? Contact tracing is a really really big deal and this is another area where we're going to struggle in the United States the the intensity of the contact tracing that they do in part because of the public surveillance cameras. How do you feel about the prospect of getting San Francisco Public Transit? Like ready for you know to have like it's normal. Seven hundred thousand people writing it. We know more now about how to protect our workers and so more workers are coming back to work on. That is the first step and then the second step is having that uncomfortable conversation with our city leaders. About how much are we prepared to enforce the rules so Jeffrey? A lot of the changes you're talking about would be quite expensive What is the San Francisco? Mta's budget situation so back in January separate Cisco's at the peak of a boom economy wealthier than it has ever been one of the wealthiest cities in the world and the Transportation Agency had a sixty million dollar structural deficit meaning. Our expenses were rising significantly faster than our revenue and we were going to have to cut something or find new revenue just in order to be able to keep swimming in place by the time shelter in place was ordered in mid March. Our primary revenue streams were down eighty to one hundred percent so the city is devastated economically and the transportation department more so at the moment than most other agencies because we are so dependent upon transit fares and parking fees and fines and all of those went zero. So that's the other thing that keeps me awake at night. How on Earth do I deliver service to the public in this time of intense need at the same time our revenue has completely collapsed and the absolute last thing that I want to do is to lay off a single worker in a time of economic crisis unprecedented since the Great Depression? We have to figure out what what gets cut a Ford to deliver the service that we had been delivering back in January and it will be a while before the city's economy comes back
Space station crew returns to world changed by coronavirus
"Now imagine pressing pulls on earth for nine months and then returning to what it's dealing with now well that's what happens to a space crew of three who returned a few hours ago from the international space station no strangers to isolation the Russian Oleg Skripochka and Jessica Maher and untrue Morgan from the U. S. left our planet long before talk of a pandemic here's the NASA common tree of the crew landing safely in Kazakhstan which has declared a state of emergency because of the crown of
Republicans Are Using the Covid-19 Crisis to Kill Abortion
"An examination reveals the president was warned about the potential for a pandemic but lack of planning maybe lack of faith in his own instincts whether Walton response anyway you cut it this is gonna be bad a senior medical adviser at the department of Veterans Affairs Carter matcher wrote on the night of January twenty eighth and the administration did nothing but what you now have to contrast that are Republicans in Texas among other states using the coronavirus as an excuse to prevent a woman from the right to choose this email comes in from issues from the torque you can argue all you want on the merits of abortion one the first trimester is okay zero the way to second and third trimester is envisioned on the left by strong feminist is pushing the envelope if there is no danger to the woman today we no longer seem to concern about what the trimester time procedures done I have read that about seventy five percent of Americans begrudgingly say trimester is okay supports starts looking after that I want I want to be clear I told her to be ambiguity the administration is misusing the coronavirus and I want your reaction to it and more than that we now have the documented evidence that the president was reluctant to act now what we're saying is a president taking advantage and governors of certain states taking advantage of the corona virus in order to implement a political agenda and yes that includes the post office to we talked about in the last hour right you know it's interesting when you talk about an abuse of power interesting enough bill Maher the Attorney General of the United States talk about the Russia investigation this week I am he said that it was one of the greatest travesties in American history by the way he appeared on the Laura Ingraham show my own view said bar is that the evidence shows that we're not dealing just with mistakes or sloppiness there was something far more troubling here we are going to get to the bottom of it if people broke the law and we can establish that with evidence it'll be prosecuted on the internet general said the president has every right to be frustrated and then Barr said what happened to him was one of the greatest travesties in American history without any basis they started this investigation of his campaign and even more concerning actually what happened after the campaign all pattern of events said bill Barr while he was president to sabotage the presidency or at least have the effect of sabotaging and endangering the presidency I read that and I was absolutely horrified this is we can we're dealing with rotavirus we're dealing with the supreme court dealing with abortion cases and and what does bill bar the Attorney General of the United States doing he is talking about the impeachment process again and he's coming back to say the president did absolutely nothing wrong sure as the driven snow four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten why am I launching lease why am I launching these I am linking it because to be very honest with you this president has misused the coronavirus crisis and he continues to do so I don't mind if you oppose a woman's right to choose that you're right but I do believe very strongly that when the president takes the coronavirus situation and and makes it an excuse for implementing a policy that frankly has no relationship to
A Message of Hope Series: Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Ken Coleman
"It's just a hard time in our culture right now certainly in the United States and for that matter around the world so the first thing we wanna tell you this I'm old you can tell I've been there and we're GonNa get through this. You're okay going to work out. I was there when Y. Two K. Was going to end the world and it didn't and businesses went crazy and jobs were amiss and the economy was crazy and I was there after nine one one. Some of you weren't born yet understand but there was a time there that we really worried in America and we grabbed hands and we were unified but the stock market took us on a ride and the economy took us on a ride. I've been through a couple of flu. Breakouts of different names and people were scared. Nothing like this particular virus or scared. Everyone but I've watched a lot of people be sick. And it's it's a sad time in America in that regard went through two thousand seven two thousand and eight and I did one hundred seventy eight media hits and about seven days in those days because it was crazy and I was trying to tell people to calm down to not cash on everything and not abandoned. Hope because if you haven't noticed there is one thing more contagious than this virus. And it's fear it's airborne and people me you don't social distancing won't even help it's coming through your television screen. It's coming through. Your news feeds on your computer. It's coming from friends and relatives who normally were pretty level. Headed people better panicked right now or at least scared or at a minimum concerned. So just hear me loud and clear your okay. We're GONNA get through this twelve months from today. You can write it down right now and you can send me hate mail if you want if. I'm wrong but twelve months from today we're GONNA look back on this and go. Wow that was rough. We got through it the same thing. We said about those other calamities in crisis that I just outlined COUPLA principles that we're going to get into tonight number one is my friend. Art Laffer says no one makes good decisions when they're panicked or when they're drunk out some of your both some of your chosen one over the other. Some of you are just panicked or at just in a moment in time just in a five minute period of time you can become panicked and do something that takes years to get. Your family passed the mistake that you make while you're out of control. Your critical thinking skills. Just dissipate when you're panicked. You've got to calm down. Calm down our friend and other personality Dr John Bologna. He's a crisis counselor and he says when you're in a crisis facts are your friends facts or your friends and you have to control your input. What is coming into? Your brain is a continual news feed of fear. You watching the news channels. Twenty four seven. I gotTa tell you there's very few people have strong enough spiritual constitution to do that and not cave to the fear. I don't do that. I'm a part of that media. I'm on all the shows on all those stations. Those people are my friends that I I am not going to sit and feed my brain that all day long. My friends exemplary used to say when he was alive he said every morning i read the Bible and read the newspaper that way. I can tell what bowe shots are doing. So this is real. You got you have to control your inputs. And you have to have self control over your emotions when you're panicked. Some of you are You're just melting down. You've lose your ability to make good decisions other times. You're getting Maine and you're being nasty each other or your shaming people on your facebook page. Because they didn't do exactly what you thought they ought to do one way or the other but people that are normally nice people when they get in this funk emotionally or being very unkind some of. You've been unkind to your own family and you ought to be ashamed of yourself. So you've been unkind to someone in the drugstore because they walked across the Dadgum Blue Line and you lost. Your mind calmed down. We need a lot of generosity right now. The Bible says I'm a person of faith if you don't know in the Bible says Jeremiah. God says I've got a plan for you and it's not to bring you Har- it's to bring you hope. Hope IS GREATER THAN FEAR. But it's a choice and no one can take your hope and no one can steal your hope. You have to surrender it. That's what has to happen. Otherwise you're not there and Rachel we were talking about this idea of just having a little bit of grace in our lives and we were talking about what we're going to say tonight. Yeah Maher theme through tonight really about controlling the controllables and how key that is In this process and that includes your emotions and your grace for people Kristie Right. Here's another one of our Ramsey personalities. Were friends we're talking on the phone just last week when all this stuff was happening and she made a great point and she just had we just extend massive amounts of grace to people. Because you never know what someone else is dealing with right. Because I'm like there's the two extremes of how people are dealing with it it's either like this is all crazy. I'm going to do whatever I want. Or it's the ones that are all you know. They're they're freaked out to do anything and each side looks at each other and they just they they they spew shame and Hay and everything. And I'm like man you know no matter what side you're on look at the other side because both both need grace and I think that's really important to remember that with your friends. Your family It is a time just to say you know what they're handling things differently than I would But I'm going to just take a deep breath myself and extend that when we're talking about United Teaching Leadership. Sometimes we're in these different settings you know when people are under pressure. Sometimes it's just financial pressure. We're talking about sometimes. It's other things but when they're under pressure it's the the bad parts of their character revealed sometimes and sometimes the best parts of their character reveal and and you need to be real careful to control that. That's something you can control. Yeah I think you're speaking to influence here not just for leaders but for all of us that I love the point Rachel that you made about grace you know this is a time where in isolation when you are around just your friends and family That they're looking to you to see what your cues are. How are you handling all this uncertainty? How are you handling the bad news? You know matthew five fourteen Dave Rachel says you're the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Think that's a strong challenge to all of us to realize that in that verse. We realized that we have the opportunity in uncertainty. You could say dark times. We have the opportunity to be light as individuals as leaders. And we are all exposed in this. This is not a state crisis. This isn't a United States crisis. This is a global crisis and it is affecting everyone and each of us has a responsibility. David Rachel to realize that we are a city set on a hill in that we are doing life with some people closer than maybe we've been doing life with them in a long time due to this isolation and so it's really important as we get to this team tonight. What can you control? And we're GONNA talk through that tonight but really controlling Dave our response and there's going to be times where we all get squeezed and it reveals the ugly side of us and we all have the ugly side but we can choose this moment to say. Ooh I don't like that and I've got to change that because I am a light and I wanNA shine in uncertainty so I I think that's a wonderful challenge for all of us right
Democratic primary results: Biden projected to win Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri
"Coast CBS news projecting this evening that the former vice president Joe Biden wins the Mississippi primary the Missouri primary and also the primary in Michigan we are still waiting for still waiting for results from North Dakota where the polls closed own bonus now and a half ago or so and again we've got some big races coming up later on this evening in Idaho and Washington state were watching I want to go to the CBS news election desk right now Steven Portnoy joins us here you heard about the incidents and and and the and the difficulties they had at the polls in Michigan at least according to the US secretary of state they've got some the they they got some things to hassle out in house obviously when it comes to this sort of thing but the fact of the matter she said that you know it's a good day for young voters overall in the state but as Peter Maher noted Stephen the young voters for Bernie Sanders once again like last week just didn't get there to get him over the top well they certainly are supporting Bernie Sanders but they're not coming out in greater numbers than they did four years ago and what seems to be the case is Bernie Sanders under performing with some of the key demographics that he did so well it was a game with against Hillary Clinton where he four years ago he he won this primary eke out a victory with one and a half percent more support than Hillary Clinton but now according to the rock tabulated vote it looks like Joe Biden has a lead of something close to thirteen percentage points with fifty nine percent of the expected vote in so Joe Biden is winning in Michigan Missouri Mississippi with majorities of the vote it's a two man race and now Biden has more than fifty percent in the case of Mississippi cynical more than eighty percent of the vote and as so the challenge for Bernie Sanders going forward is is is going to be admitted to justify its continued presence in the race if most of the voters in the states are choosing the other guy now obviously a candidate can stay in it until you hit that magic number the time press mentioned earlier one thousand nine hundred ninety one delegates but if Joe Biden continues amassing the majority in each of the states and and you know there's no telling what's going to happen tonight in Washington or Idaho or North Dakota but so far the three M. contests have Biden winning most of the delegates it's going to be difficult for for Sanders to argue that he has a chance here now we're only at the halfway point but so far the momentum is squarely behind Joe Biden what can change that Sunday's debate in Phoenix it's going to be very interesting that debate will not have a studio audience it will not have a spin room it will not even have work space for reporters to write their stories all because of the corona virus and what we're seeing in our exit poll is that voters in the states where we've asked say that Joe Biden is that the man they trust most in a crisis and right now bill this country to a significant degree is facing a crisis of the coronavirus Steven Portnoy at the election desk we wanna go back to Michigan right now and welcome in Macomb county executive mark Hackel just north of Detroit to the north and east of Detroit first of all I want to ask you a little bit about so we just heard from the secretary of state there about the number of absentee ballots coming in and maybe the lack of resources to get him counted and to get people registered at the same time did you see any evidence of that in your county today yeah we have it with some of the local townships and some of the other cities right now we got all the precincts in right now but the eighties are still slow to come in and you know everyone of them that said the same thing the the the clerks working in those offices it was a tremendous amount of Evey voters assignment quite honestly some of the problems were that people have already turned them in you know and then a couple weeks ago some of the other candidates dropped off people and say you know what I want to go to school on my ballot not going to get a new belt because the candidate that I want that I did vote for dropped out so it did cause a lot of questions you know if the house to go play out the rest of the night but I gotta tell your Macomb county it is pretty clear you will not be easy the other that Biden is going to be the person prevailing Ericom county which you know is already always credited by the trump administration is kind of helping him win Michigan which of us open win the election but I think things are gonna change this time just based upon these preliminary numbers from the of the people voting at the precinct hello Sir my name is Peter Mayer I think of all the time in the past century when I was assigned to cover voters in your fine county where the where the term Reagan Democrat was invented of course of working class area went reliably for Democrats for years and then Ronald Reagan won about two thirds of the voting eighty four is it still a real bellwether place from here I think you're right I think what you know if you look back you know that the people the division during nature of Bill Clinton they voted for him Ronald Reagan same thing yeah there's a kind of a fine that they had the candy and the same thing even with the Bronco Bama people very supportive and you know he won local county but this past election twenty sixteen it wasn't that I think it was a single discontent with the party the Democratic Party and that the Canada prevailed so with Hillary Clinton and pope folks decide to stay on the order that they loved Donald Trump I think it was just like okay you know the day that he had a strong following a strong supporter Macomb county if you prevail because people decided they didn't want to vote for elderly state all you did some of the yeah I guess normally looked upon as being a blue collar worker said you know what I'm going to open this guy because I'm upset about you know the party itself but I don't see that happening this time around I think that you're gonna find is there's been people talking about how do we find a candidate that they believe could beat Donald Trump and for some reason you know people within the party are they are selecting your biting at this time saying we don't trust that Bernie is going to be make it through people will probably stay at home and not vote for him once again kind of Linda Linda support inadvertently to to Donald Trump so I don't see that that feeling of warmth that he once had he's been a struggle he being Donald Trump the president here in the compound effect tomorrow mechanicals account executive in Macomb county just outside of Detroit thanks for joining us this evening we appreciate it sounds like we'll be talking to you again in November you bet thank all right I want to go to the Sanders campaign right now kera court is embedded with the campaign and they are in Burlington Vermont tonight have you heard anything more care about Mister Sanders plans for this evening is going to speak we haven't heard anything we got off the press plane earlier this evening in in Burlington and we were told to maybe stand by that the senator might be speaking to us tonight we know that he's at home watching results and we haven't heard an update so I with every minute that ticks by it seems like it might be you coming less and less likely that we're going to hear from the center tonight especially if these results continue to comment and not look so good for the senator so we're hoping we're hoping to hear from him tomorrow but right now we're not expecting to hear from him tonight all rights are C. B. S. server K. campaign reporter cara corner who's with the Bernie Sanders campaign again supposed to be in Cleveland tonight but home in Burlington Vermont Joe Biden is in Philadelphia tonight he was also supposed to be in Cleveland but no election rallies tonight because of the concerns about the corona virus will have more on this coming up in just a bit but they're just getting word that and Yang former presidential candidate on the democratic side is says that he is endorsing Joe Biden after he kind of waited a week to see how things played out we're gonna hear a little bit of that coming up in just a little bit in the meantime thank you for joining us democratic primary coverage continues from
Oakland Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick ousted by commission
"Zest still hasn't settled over the firing of N. Kirkpatrick as Oakland's police chief KCBS is Curtis Kim says some vocal city employees stood up at the police commission meeting to say firing the city's first female police chief was wrong Mr Harris the public comments came after the police commissioner Regina Jackson opened the meeting a handful of people spoke against the chiefs firing including comments from I'm Anita Lamont three years did not seem to me to be enough time for her she was not given enough time to make the changes that need to be made she was working towards them Susan Malloy who works for the city said Kirkpatrick had the backing of the rank and file Maher shaft was complimenting or just the day before practically and
Andrew McCabe, former FBI deputy director, won't face criminal charges
"President trump broke almost seventeen hours of silence following the ABC news exclusive interview with bill Maher in which the Attorney General said our is a constant background commentary that under the president tweeting that he has the legal right to step in during a criminal case almost of postal got more from maybe season as Democrat terra he remained undeterred after this is this interview that came from the bar during which bill Barr said that he feels that the president tweeting read him from doing his job properly the president though it remained undeterred and he still tweeting about DOJ business he wrote that he has not asked bar to intervene in a criminal case but that that doesn't mean he doesn't have the legal right to do that so that is the president I mean it's it's in line with his character the president who you know it'll be like through a third his his authority and so he's saying I can definitely can do whatever I want when it comes to to criminal cases here this comes just is there was the issue with the Roger stone case in which the DOJ backed off on a sentencing recommendation after the president tweeted about it and then the yeah do it justice department also informed former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe that it will not be seeking charges against him for allegedly lying to the internal investigators all of this well there's a lot going on there is a lot going on and it's reading lots of questions about the relationship between president trump and the justice department the reason that we got to this point is because Roger stone is waiting at sentencing and and trial attorneys had recommended that he gets seven two nine eight years in prison the department of justice eventually over ruled that recommended sentencing and I came right after the president himself had tweeted that he felt that the seventy nine year sentence was a very horrible and a miscarriage of justice that there are any that kind of kicked out for a round of questions this to be okay with bill Barr over ruling this recommended sentencing for for Roger stone who's a friend of the president and one of his former associate with bill Maher over rover ruling to the sentencing for stone because of the president's tweet busy with that kind of the way they're communicating is is bar acting you know based on what the president is telling him or did bar really feel that the sentencing was unfair and then today we found out that the department of justice was dropping the case in two former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe that it's unclear why that's being died in the the you know what I'm clear what has changed and why this is happening all of a sudden and at the same time we also learn in that bar is re opening the keys into trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn plan had been waiting for sentencing after pleading guilty to charges that he had lied to the FBI about a conversation with the former ambassador to Russia now the DOJ's could be taking a second look at this case so many watching that and saying this thing feels kind of like that that stone case where the the DOJ is oral questioning whether the DOJ is stepping in here to help one of the president's former associates that's all and clear but it's all reading questions about the relationship between the DOJ
Bernie Sanders wins the New Hampshire Democratic primary
"Well New Hampshire did what Iowa could not give us a clear winner on election night Bernie Sanders has won New Hampshire democratic primary we're all going to unite together and defeat the most dangerous president in the modern history of this country Sanders won narrowly over former south bend Indiana mayor people to judge and close behind them was Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar who had a strong late surge to get right into the mix and tears got dentro is in Manchester New Hampshire and here's more allies in is in Washington good morning to you both good morning so it's got you were with Bernie Sanders last night as he was celebrating how significant of a win is this form look this was not the twenty point margin he won New Hampshire by four years ago but this was a big deal for Sanders and combined with that tie or whatever and I would give Sanders an inside edge over everybody else in the Democratic Party right now on one hand yeah he won with about a quarter of the vote and when you add up the totals of the votes going to all the more moderate candidates they're getting way more support than what Sanders is getting and the other thing that that they could be a negative here is that the massive swell of new voters he sang with elected in November still hasn't really shown up even though turnout was higher in New Hampshire than Iowa but here's what Sanders has going for him he has better organization and advertising and strength in the next few contests than anybody else other than Michael Bloomberg and he is already organizing an advertising on the March third St super Tuesday were a third of the delegates are up for grabs so right now he's in a strong position especially because the debt the moderate side of this field is totally muddled with no clear front runner and that only exacerbated itself last night with include which are suddenly coming into the conversation Mar I mean Scott brings up delegates I mean that this is about both momentum and also a race for delegates is a long way to go in terms of getting enough delegates in and booted judge actually has slightly more delegates coming out of Iowa and New Hampshire so after yesterday I mean is Sanders the clear front runner yes he's a clear front runner is not a prohibitive front runner but Scott talked about all the things that Sanders can look forward to you know as long as the center left lane has not coalesced around a single alternative to Sanders there a lot of people in that lane there's people to judge any club which are there still Joe Biden trying to recover in South Carolina and Bloomberg waiting with his billions to get in in March Sanders has the most plausible path to the nomination now look the next battle now that we're past the two first lily white states is to put together the coalition that usually when the democratic nominations which is African Americans and white liberals and that's where Sanders is ahead right now the question is will the alternative to him the center left coalescent candidate this is what the Republicans could never do in twenty sixteen they could never coalesced around an alternative to trouble who study of clover star landing in third place in New Hampshire and and it's and it's Maher said I mean things we go to different types of states going forward but but what did her searcher tells about where her campaign is I think it the the the to me the most interesting thing about what any closer did last night was that there is a lot of anecdotal evidence that she won a lot of votes from people who are making up their minds in the last minute people who were making up their minds over the weekend after that debate Friday night what she had a strong performance even people who were telling us in New Hampshire public radio that they were making up their minds on their drive to the polling place and I think what that says is that the moderate and more centrist wing of this party doesn't really know who it wants to go up against Bernie Sanders right now any club a shar is suddenly peaking at just the right time as she told her supporters last night as everyone head count did us out even a week ago thank you pundits I came back and we deliver did you get pundits well I think she's got a point there I think for most of last year she was overshadowed by all the other senators in the race Kamel Heris Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren who at one point was up with Joe Biden is a National Front runner but it's suddenly really faded and had a very poor showing in her home turf last night yeah mark does warn still have a path the nomination here it's hard to see right now I mean she a for a candidate for Massachusetts who shares a media market with New Hampshire to do as poorly as she did is really a big blow I think Elizabeth Warren's campaign is kind of the big mystery of the race she was considered to be the best our retail candidate she had a great stump speech she was able to explain her plans and her message and very down to earth language she had an impressive organization she greeted this culture the selfie lines Bailey the dog I mean right she her her fall was really precipitous and possibly it's because she made some very big strategic errors especially with her plan for mandatory Medicare for all but it's hard to see what her path is last night in her a concession speech or her speech she said she presented herself as the unity candidate and I guess her theory of the case is if things get really ugly and it's a fight between somebody that is being called a racist billionaire versus a misogynist socialist she might be able to be the unifying candidate that pops up again but where does she went
Everything's on Wikipedia. Misinformation, too. But Wiki says its editing process quickly shuts that down.
"Wikipedia started in two thousand one. It was meant to be an online encyclopedia free for everyone to use and contribute to. Over the years the question of ups accuracy has been hotly debated many journalists are forbidden from using it as their only source and at any given time. It's army the of volunteer. Editors might be fighting raging battle to make sure that a page contains the truth. That's been happening this week on wikipedia entries about the corona virus but but considering the State of Information Online we pius goal of providing free information for no incentive other than information is actually kind of reassuring. Assuming it can beat back the trolls. Catherine Maher is chief executive officer of the Wicked Media Foundation which oversees whip media. I asked her how often the site gets hit by misinformation information campaigns. Absolutely there are efforts at times With groups of individuals will try to manipulate the quality of the information towards a particular aim. What is interesting is that it actually only takes one person who is tracking that article page to be able to shut that down and what that means is that we actually have the ability within within the system to sort of self regulate when there's an effort to actively manipulate information. Is it possible that some of the concern then going forward is less about errors ars and more about a mission I absolutely. I think that the editor balances roughly through best number eighty percent male and twenty percent. Identify Fayaz as women. What that leads to is implicit bias in terms of what gets covered and what is deemed as notable right now the content on on most wikipedia Particularly in this subject area biographies is skewed towards men And that's one of those places. Where wikipedia editors are actually really only interested in trying to correct the record? And there's a number of people across the comedian community in groups that are actively oriented to writing women into history. The reason this matters so much is a lot of those products that are coming out of the technology sector. Today are trained on Wikipedia. So if you you have a database that over represents men or over represents certain concepts like science to be associated with men. What you're actually doing is encoding those biases into the world around you. How do you see the role of wicked media right now. As as having evolved in a significant way as sort of politics and culture really shift around the idea of truth around what fact is it's funny when I when I started it with Media Foundation. I always will be so interesting. I never expected it to be quite so relevant relevant element to the conversation around the future technology relevant to the conversation around the future of information relevant to the conversation around the future of trust. I think what has changed. Russ's we've gone from being sort of a website on the Internet to away in which the world records itself. We've become much more of a sort of central record of information that underpins knowledge infrastructure of the web. It belongs to everyone and you know we have a responsibility to make sure that that stays that way. I WANNA the shift to how you guys. Pay The bills at the wicked media. We've all obviously had the experience you know. There's there's the public the public radio motto and the Public Donation Nation Model. Is that the. Is that the primary way that you accrue revenue. Yeah we have a lot in common with public radio In that we every year at the end of the year we ask our Our readers to donate to wikipedia. And we're incredibly fortunate that I think around eight million people donate every year an average of fifteen. US dollars That makes ACCEP- about eighty five percent of our total contributions. The remainder are primarily from major donors. People who give a little bit more than fifteen dollars and philanthropic foundations so. We are entirely nonprofit and entirely donor driven as an organization But what's interesting to me is actually fewer than one percent percent of our total readers. Give so we st- Although we think of ourselves as very much public supported organization given how many people read Wikipedia all all over the globe. it's still pretty exceptionally exceptional group of individuals who make sure that it keeps running year in year out. Catherine Maher is chief executive officer of the wicked media foundation which oversees wikipedia
Test Kitchen Manager Gaby Melian on Empanadas
"Welcome back to the PODCAST. Thank you so much excited. I'm you know what I am. I'm super hungry. I've never been so hungry for cast. I'm looking at these glistening crispy. Golden Brown empanadas is in the middle of the table. And I can get one you of course different once again tell you I. A couple of these have A little bit of sugar got like my grandmother used to put my like. I duNNo. She needed for us so it gives it an extra layer of sweetness and then I read a couple of a couple of people helped me through the ripple. Yeah that's the way you crimp it To show the Francis sometimes they do that depending on the field. Lean gene. You know when you go to the stores they have different ways of closing them. So you know if it's chicken and beef and cheese of whatever pressure beating one two the only one but now I'm talking about my mouth twelve. It's all right. That's what I told everyone. Adam wants to chew on the micro comment or no no. No I mean come on. Everyone does okay. You've done chew videos for us. WE WANNA one with Bradley. Only at your first video ever Dow one was my father's. There's time in front of a Combo being part of the video. Yes we'll read. What was that like? I was really nervous during seem nervous. No I know but I thought it was going to lose my voice Because when I get emotionally I lose my voice and you know the difference and I was just trying to talk and let's talk about that so brad is I'm GonNa say six foot four Gabby is what are you short of one. Actually my past five to what are you. What are you barefoot? Five five okay right. But I'm shrinking but thinking that we all are but brad does that thing where you kind of like spreads his his legs out and he kind of gets a low on the counter because you know can be the same kind of way was he. Did the video. Was it easier than you thought it would be in terms of doing doing it or it was fun I was. I was hard to follow him. You never know what to expect to him but it was fun and I feel like I I was able to talk about. The empanadas and people are super excited in Argentina that I actually was representing so I think it went. Well did you get it. Comments from people in Argentina. Oh yeah yeah from. I add From South America in general or over specially from Argentina. Some of them were like oh well in my town. We don't make them like these. Because inside Argentina. We have different types of bananas. We have like the ones from the north. They wants from the south of the center. That's where I'm from one side is so these are called for ten years because if you're born in one side is your potential from from the port of so you know we are very opinionated people you know I would Argentina's in general we are like. Yeah no I do it this way. Do it that way. Some people is because if you need like racing's or not and some people say oh these gusty and it has all leaves but for me Dania. Has You're going for the second one people aboard. He's having the second one. I make them kind of a small. So let's start with the ones on the plate now. which is the first video of you and Brad from his? It's alive series. This is a ground beef. EMPANADA beef typical tenure. You have raisins in Maher racing's or leaves on our lips the ground beef of obviously grabbers on yawns and then in you'll have oregon o q mean salt pepper. A tiny bit of sugar a little bit of public for Koehler. That's what makes that juicing using US and then I put a hint of Cayenne pepper for heat because I hear people tend to like hear a little more. We're not really into hot spicy spicy. I think it's nice to have a little bit a little sugar just a balanced. Yeah okay so in that first video the what I noticed right away was you made me feel okay about not making my own dough. Oh no totally I mean empanadas reveille eaten in. Let's say typical family probably might WANNA say once a week maybe every other week. But he's something that you get together with friends and you order out. We have great places that sell. NPR's and they deliver. There are some places that they do. Only empanadas can niqab any flavor in the world. You can imagine and in other places a habit Sonnen Pinellas so you either order or you make your own so people people are like no within their friends for their feeling but you will not find anybody that is going to make Bacon Bananas making their own doll. Because he's such a long process. It's not even worth twenty minutes later. Everybody item so we have really good a star Bought doll that it comes already pre pack and we use that. I mean if someone tells you that making their own doll deadline I think this take this impression. Like in Italy for instance there's a ton of Italians in Argentina that everyone makes own pasta scratch every night and this is not the case. No no no no we have also with with really good. Pass the places that you go buy. Fresh passed away the Kilo- All Dogs we do a my rather is makes the best pizza pizza. People make at home on Saturday nights. Yeah the guys make beats a home. Friday nice nice very common. You all do some house. And they make the you know don't beat Sally Gracie B. of the best pizza all right. So I WANNA make empanadas at home. What sort of dough should I buy? Whichever using if I'm not making my own these is when he's gone he's gone on? It's like you can buy it in any supermarket. Basically actually when when I publish which member be on February of two thousand seventeen one of the things that Rick Martinez was sculpting with was to fact checked. You know like find out if you can really really find these doll everywhere and it is. It's really easy available. You can even know that it on Amazon. What doty's does it? It's called Empanada or it says in English turnovers doll right. No I see them watching my Guy Jones happy so be any Spanish local local market if you live in a neighborhood that some sort of Latino community I'm sure they're having go yeah though They have different ones. They have some for Frayne gene and they have Colombian door that is completely different. Because he's make with Like sort of like cornmeal completely different because those refrain gene so these one is actually at says For BANARAS for waking I need it comes from Uruguay. Actually it comes. They'll comes from European Goya packages here in New Jersey near my house. All right so but if you don't have these you've done us any puff pastry and caroline can circles rounds. And that's it. Because he's very similar to puff pastry so for this one. For the filling you were browning. The ground beef seasoning thing it and then you took out the ground beef from the pot and then you put the onus on the papers. That's one way of doing it. I think when we publish the recipe we the first on and a and then we moved them out. You can either either either way for me. It's faster to do the one part and the meeting. Another the reason why I do it that way because I used to make three hundred hundred panels every weekend when I was selling them. Okay we're GONNA get to that first. Let's get to the ground beef. Onions and red peppers seasoning seasoning cumin sake and releases all these juice and makes it sweat. That's the flavor you're going for. You cut out rounds with a pastry cutter or news. Come already already come on. We got anything and they come with these little plastic in between doing so. They don't get stuck one way or the other see. That's what I noticed. I noticed when you took the felling but first of all you want a cool the feeling feeling you can even freeze the feeling. My mother used to freeze the feeling abortions. And then it's much better because when you're baking it Y- releases all that water all the Jews even better. Yeah so you were using like a little like ice cream scoops because I like to measure you know. I don't want one every Empanada have the same amount. I'm also so far of not putting your leaps keeps anti-lien so I wanted on a line like in a restaurant. Is that continuing more. We're GONNA get me angry letters but no no no yes GSA anyways you. You've got your feeling with the raisins onions this nap but the olive separate the Reagan half. Yeah and then I make sure everything Pinella has. That's the League Asian. Sorry people I'm saying to myself. I make sure that everybody gets two halves of only because the worst by will be like if if he does someone Oh inputting olives a panel and then they bite on it and he's gone so when you're feeling is done you can actually don see anymore. Where Olives went you know so I was carefully? Put two halves of olive anytime panella before I closed them. So you fold them over with this little. Okay Yeah just to fill me in then you you pinch them shot. And then the big question between you and Brad on the video of it's alive. Was You crimp them with the four or you do the fancy thing that you do right well. Criminal with the fork makes them look bigger. So here's the C- could people when I was selling them. I was using the fork. Not only because it was fluster and get somebody to tell me that was my mother on. They look bigger so you can judge they all right. People don't don't lie. When he stood cream they feel like they're eating a lot of doll? I love it personally. What's the word again ripple Julia Gay how responding back I E? BU ALGAE E rebelled. Would you so you so it's like you're it's almost like a looks like a little rope. You're sort of twisting at unto itself so you had a nice nice braided exterior exterior. It's super pretty. I know and I can do really quick and the story goes these about anyone I was aid. I don't remember much but we're GonNa have a fourth God. I know they're tiny tiny people he's not even know overeating When I was eight my grandmother who could never actually cramp really pretty really? She used to do the fork because it was faster. You know you're making three four thousand in Pinellas. She asked me to help her because I was always in the kitchen with her and pardon me I started. You know I started twisted Empanada crimping like that during the report and she almost cry because I was doing it exact same way her mother that she could never learn it well and I met my grandmother when I was one and then she dies or she couldn't have possibly taught me on so I guess it wasn't my jeans
Noem prepares to again introduce 'riot-boosting' legislation, Wyoming high school basketball teams remember NBA legend Kobe Bryant
"With national native news are Hughes Infra Antonio Gonzales South Dakota Governor Christie gnome is resurrecting legislation designed to squelch pipeline protests and collect money from from protests supporters. The governor's new version of the laws designed to fix legislation passed last year. That was declared unconstitutional. Victoria wicks has this report. One of the bills introduced last. Last year was dubbed the riot boosting law and it was designed to stifle protests like the one in two thousand sixteen that drew thousands of people standing rock to oppose the Dakota access says pipeline South Dakota's proposed riot boosting law made various protests related activities punishable under both criminal and civil law as a result activists activists and environmental organisations were threatened with prison fines and settlements if they donated money or other support to a protest that turned violent. The governor vendor rushed the riot boosting legislation in anticipation of two thousand nineteen construction season for the keystone. Xl pipeline criticism of the legislation was also swift gift with environmentalists and tribes angry. That they were left out of a planning process that had started months earlier and included Transcanada at the table. The bill was passed into law. But it met a quick and when federal judge found major portions unconstitutional in his injunction judge Lawrence Pearsall applied constructive criticism line-by-line he examined the law for violations of First Amendment Rights to free speech and assembly. Anti pointed out how it could be fixed now. The legislation flation has been reconstructed and resurrected as it turned out. Last year's rushed to enactment was unwarranted. Transcanada missed the two thousand nineteen construction season season because of ongoing lawsuits in Montana. This year the company has announced it intends to start preconstruction activities in February but the impasse in Montana. Federal Federal Court still has not been resolved for National Native News. I'm Victoria wickson rapid city South Dakota state champion Wyoming Indian high schools team colors are red white and blue but there was a lot of purple and gold on the court at this week's basketball practice in honor of late. NBA Legend Kobe. Bryant Wyoming Public Radio's Savannah Maher or has this audio post card. I was just at home watching. TV just the regular Sunday evening. I see on the news and I can't really imagine it on on facebook facebook. Everybody's talking about it at another like I was like all these guys are just joking. I overheard it from my grandma and my own cousin who came over to tell my grandmom all Danke really he died. I kinda start. Tearing Up Chris Practice started pretty quiet this morning. Usually the guys are upbeat. And we're ready to go and it was KINDA SAMBA. Real quiet quiet. Kobe passing ways really hurts a lot of heart because we watched him growing up and ruined a lot of our moves from him. We had an unbelievable work ethic. He was hustler his mob mentality. No everybody pretty much. Let's talk about his mom. And METALLICA. Has Effect on me like everything put in basketball at school like work watching coby on TV was like I think it was really inspiring. That's probably why I'm out for ball now because all these great players especially coby got me out on the court talk but micro growing up. Kobe was blake a really big role model. Not only for me but like for my family. I also grow in a big basketball family so I started pretty young to basketball's room important in Indian country. I mean all our babies are planned tiny ties to and They all look too good players. That piece was produced by Wyoming public. Radio's Savannah Mar with National Native News. I'm Art Hughes
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"They're the party that has to work two jobs, because daddy went on for cigarettes, and never came back. Single mother party. Now is the only one that cares about the kids future, the Republicans, they're the party of the coke brothers pollute all you want now. Because tomorrow, not a problem, we'll be gone when Trump was in England last week, he was amazed at Prince Charles's concern for the planet, and its longevity. He is really into what he really feels warmly about is the future. What, what a weirdo? Carrie about the future. Boy, Bill bar was recently asked about his legacy. Does not care. He said, I'm at the end of my career. Everyone dies. Rudy Giuliani said the same thing I don't care about my legacy. I'll be dead, which is shocking. I thought he was dead. So. So. Be Father's Day, but keep in mind if Republicans made a commercial for life insurance, it would go like this. You love your family. What if what if you weren't there to take care of them? Oh, well shit happens. All right. That's our show. This. This. Over twenty second. I want say, generally the Barry. Flow. Two zero I told you, so it's real time with Bill Maher every Friday night at ten or watch him anytime on demand. For more information, log on HBO dot com..
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO late night series real time with Bill Maher start. No it. It's very exciting. When you have a constitutional crisis. We are so fucked. I'm telling you we are today. Venezuela put us on the travel advisory. That's. Only. If America was a summer blockbuster. It'd be called democracy endgame. And if you. If you missed the earlier installments in this franchise started with Russia interfere. This is the, you know, nobody disagrees with this in the Muller report. Russia interfered with our election twenty seven that was the finding of that report. And this week we found out that Robert Muller wrote more than one letter to the attorney, general, wink, wink. You bar saying why did you mis characterize what I wrote and bar responded. Well, the report was my baby my baby I thought Republicans are against killing babies. Go bar is so far up Trump's as he bumped into hand. So bar went before the Senate this week on Wednesday. And the Democrats looked all so happy after his over. They gave him a good grilling. I think they're missing the big picture. Trump is still president and the big Gotcha. Was they got bar to commit perjury, which apparently has some old timey law about lying being wrong. You know, Nancy Pelosi said that's a crime. And I'm going to report it to. Oh, yeah. See this is the problem when the guy who is supposed to be enforcing the law is the guy who is breaking the law. The Justice department had a deadline this week to provide the unredacted version of the mullahs report. The just blew it off because this is called owning the libs this all they care about the Lamer the excuse the better because the more we're owned, oh, the lame. They said they couldn't get the report over there. Because the printer jammed. And then they went to kinkos, but some kid was doing fliers for his band. I mean. So. And then, you know, the attorney general was himself subpoenaed by the house to appear yesterday blue that off and congress was like, you know, we both work for the same country. Right. So legal experts are now saying that, you know, this this is a constitutional crisis. The likes of which we have not seen in three or four days. And not showing up. When did testifying before congress become optional? It's congress not freshman psych class. And Democrats don't seem to get it. But you know, it's in the rules. It's not an argument that works on Donald Trump. You're playing monopoly with a high. Anna. When white shoe and shits on the board staying, it's not your turn doesn't relieve were. So the. The good news is Trump finally today sat down and talked to someone about Russia gate. The bad news is it was a lot of Putin. I wish that was the joke. That's absolutely true. He usually they just sexy. But. Today. They actually got on the phone for an hour. You know, the famous red phone the hotline demoss co pink Princess phone..
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO latent series real time with Bill Maher. I got this off member him. He had a show on HBO that cat house. Joe? The pip from Nevada died still on the ballot for the state assembly. Got elected despite being dead. Or is Trump called him very close to being completely alive? Do criminals Duncan Hunter from here in California gang. Can you imagine your Representative could be serving you representing from jail from? I'd like to see that campaign ad. I'm Duncan Hunter in between making license plates and pulling my laundry shift and ho- tossing the occasional salad. I'm always working for you. Speaking of them, not caring. How it looks Jeff Sessions submitted his resignation at the request of the president yesterday with the rest of us would call getting fired. Jeff sessions. The attorney general's gone. He will be missed. He will be missed. I didn't realize this. But around the White House whenever somebody said that's a little racist. They were talking about seeing Jeff Sessions. Let's end this monologue with the happy news from Tuesday night. Because there was happy news one big story. White suburban women Trump has lost them completely. They came out big time. They came out like there was a new fifty shades of grey book. Candidate its first female democratic governor, which means the dark. Means that Dorothy no longer has to drive to Colorado for an abortion. And one close to my own heart Michigan legalized recreational marijuana. But take it from me. Don't get the bunk water from Flint. All right. Thank you very much. Tell me real time with Bill Maher every Friday night or watching anytime. For more information. Log on HBO dot com.
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO latent series real time with Bill Maher internet's high. I tell tell me about that. My producer was just whispering in my ear that you would whispered into his ear about that nineteen thirty four picture in New York and people. Yes. Rallying for bananas eve. It's it's it's a longstanding concern of the defend the rights of people that even you hate right that freedom of speech is for everyone indivisible, and that's for everyone. And so the very very brave of you. It's the right thing to that's true current. It's the right. It's not popular. It's it's it's Princeton. What I tell. Our folks is that if we don't stand up for the right of freedom of speech now for folks that we hate right? And it's going to be black lives matter and the dreamers. Right. To- testers who care about trans shut down. But the very first big Nazi case. I was in the nineteen thirty four the picture. You just showed him the show where that was. That was courageous. I mean, the Skokie cases the best known one, right? But that was easier, right. Skokie the Nazis were a pathetic little group of individuals and never even had the Dan Pickett in in in in Chicago in Skokie actually, and but in nineteen thirty four the, Nazis, we're on the ascent, and they were one down Broadway. And it's a lot like the current context where the is a white supremacist is on the ascent that's been real. Yes. And it's not the these are not just who Saination by by folks of color, and by by religious, minority groups. Essentially, it's really important for us to Chelsea handler. What do you think of the right wing media using your actions to enrage their base, they doing that to you? I don't know. I mean, I don't read your social. I don't know people. I don't know why people who do can't have gin sitting there going on. I hate you. So no, I don't care. What anybody those people say, I don't know how to block people. And when I do I'm going to start. On the same. Out there because that way it's recorded there. There will come a time where we will tamp down on this behavior, not through freedom of speech, but through some other, you know, through some other legislation because obviously this hateful rhetoric all the time and threatening people's lives legally through legislation and has to be through restoring social norms right to be through restoring this word that he has emptied of all meaning which is civilian civility matters. He's taken away. All of the guardrails, that's why these bigots in their basement feel the confidence and this mine to come out and shoot people. But I have to say it to that point. I'd become such a kinder nicer person because of Donald Trump being elected and the, hey, I'm nice to people. I never noticed before. Because I'm like, oh my God. This is what happens if you don't pay attention to other people around out of your own lane and pay attention to the people around you. I'm nicer and kinder. I'm doing great..
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Welcome to an HBO podcast from the HBO latent series real time with Bill Maher. Thank you very much, but the storm, of course, you know, is hitting what they call the redneck. Riviera. Our thoughts are with the people there. It's devastating to be hit by the hoax of climate change. That's a terrible thing. No Trump the hurricane is very much on his mind. There was a whole roll of paper towels on stuck. Oh, he had bigger things on his mind today. Kanye west wiz in the Oval Office. I'm sure you saw. Easy and cheesy boy. It was like a meeting of the lost minds. I'd tell you, but they both had to do a lot to make the meeting happen. Trump clear your schedule and skipped his meds. So. Got it. Makes sense. Trump like celebrities and Connie likes, big asses. But let's not make the meeting was a big success. In fact, at the end of it, Conde signed a pledge to stop, develop nuclear weapons program. Ridiculous. Gonna crazy. Unhinged Trump is out there this week on the campaign trail calling Democrats angry an angry mob. We're the angry mob and the party of crime. He's president. I know you are. What am I. He says, Democrats now are too dangerous to govern. We're the angry mob, but they're chanting to lock up at eighty five year old woman who didn't do anything. I wonder where anybody got the idea of calling them deplorable. No. I mean, I, it was Hillary Clinton locker up that Dianne Feinstein locker. Rub when their solution do every woman you don't like is detainment. You're not the party of Lincoln. You're the party of R Kelly. Now also, we saw this week. Bread cabinet was sworn in to the supreme court. Embarassing moment. He raised his right hand and out of habit. A touch this finger to his nose. And Milania is back from a trip to Africa, and she gave shouldn't give interviews very often because she's big vampire, you know. But she gave a very rare interview. She said some very interesting things. You said there are certain people in the administration that you cannot trust, but you would not say who. Hint, he's fucking stormy Daniels. All right, thank you. You're great. We're going to do some more. I told me went so it's real time with Bill Maher every Friday, ninety ten or watching <laughter> anytime on HBO on demand for more information log on HBO dot com.
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"But the other lesson I hope our daughter learns is this there are fights that at times, wiser men and women walk away from, and this is a fight as you gotta start over. Somebody else can find you the dignity, the Republican pokes. There is fighters, there's two parties, the Democrats, the traders and it's not not a big issue. I often read that Paul Ryan quote where he's the got him on tape behind closed doors saying to get somebody else's. You know, there's two Republicans who I think are on Putin's pay on the Carthy Tim McCarthy's to Republicans on Putin's payroll Trump and Rohrabacher, and Paul Ryan doesn't go, oh my God. Let's go to the FBI. He goes, okay, doesn't they say it's how we know we're. I mean, that's not true. I can. Sola data had a question for you? Well, I'm for why? Why don't they use their hour like like Jeff flake is actually one was powerful people on earth. He's a politician, right, right. Retiring one. Needs a job. Right? And now he's going to have a nice cushy Republican jobs. Nice job like this look, isn't this more fun being with us. When people are funnier. We know when people get mad at me for doing TV I say, hey, call your congressman. But here's what I will tell you and this is something look. And as we have these academic and intelligent conversations about why? Why? Why? Why? Why? At some point we get to judge the leadership integrity and the moral fiber of our political leaders. And we get to say, you made a wrong decision and you leave, and that's where we are right now in the moment of, okay, I know question Soledad O'Brien, if or when Rovida is overturned, how should progressives respond? Ooh. With protection. You know, I wearing a lot of protection honor with saddest things is to here Senator Collins talk about that as a non issue when you listen to her very long and tortured delivery of her speech today to talk about, you know, I'm not worried about Roe v Wade, and I think there are lots of people who are worried about Roe v, Wade. I think she's very wrong on that issue. I don't know. I don't know what the, I don't know what the solution to that is, but you know, hopefully to motivate people to get to the polls, can I can. I suggest something very the that liberals would actually be better off if reverse his way disappeared, because then they would actually have to go to the people and ask for democratic majorities. And in fact, there all democratic or most western now that you're not going to get anybody fresh. Sure. How did she. There. Believe me. We all know that. All right. Thank you, everybody. Let's let's right there. Joan new episodes of real time with Bill Maher every Friday night at ten or watch him any time when each on demand for more information log on HBO dot com..
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Now in from local state. Every time you do that, you trigger the other tribes even greater and greater levels of passion. That's the problem. Then we have to have the passion that's equal to that. I feel like. My you mentioned Bucky fuller. Another thing that he said that really makes a lot of sense as far as what we're talking about. He says, when you want to change something, you don't have to go right up against it. He says, come up with something that makes what you're trying to change obsolete. You know, don't spend all this energy in this anger that anger could you can we can. We can shift that and get involved with how we see it. You have to talk to each other. I mean think that's right. That's it. The lack of communication. I mean, when I was saying earlier in and thought that you thought it was absurd. I think when I look at the meter in a certain way because I'm still basically right of center, I see and hear things that you may not see in here. And when I say that I'm hearing those things it's useful for you to say, I hear you opposed to it's absurd optional. What is marriage counseling. Here you right here, you not fun trees. You know what. I read an interesting thing. I think it was from our sometimes bread Glenn Greenwald. He's saying that like on MSNBC they get ratings every segment. Okay, you go by the minute? No, yes. They're called the minutes. You get broken down, but women, it's, you can follow where you lose your voter. Right. Okay. So who on MSNBC is ever going to risk their show licensing, something that doesn't exactly aligned with what the audience already wants to hear and think. So that's kind of a hermetically sealed bubble to is just one with a lot more facts where they're usually on the right side of issues, but not the whole time. No. And sometimes you end into this framework, for example, Senator say about race, gender, the right, really upsetting a lot of other people in the country you're hearing this who don't. You wouldn't say that to the face? I can. I can be agreeing with them and go, oh, for fuck sake and turn. It really I can't get because everything is like, what do you think, Chris? You're so right. It's like, what a surprise. Communicating online and on screens. And that's a very different experience. When you're talking to someone and looking at their eyes and basement body language where you actually do, you have to accommodate them a little bit David jolly. Are you going to follow other principled conservatives and vote democratic in the midterm hot seat for you? David jelly. And now so look, I love that question because I came out in October of last year and said, I think Democrats should take the house. We'll be safer in the divided government. The billet, it builds on everything. We've talked about Brock Obama talked about post-partisan America, but he tried to do it through two party system. I left the party about five weeks ago. My wife or not. I don't think the future is between the two parties and I'll tell you the inflection point. We're expecting our first child and among adults. We can have this Republican on. Eighty. Oh, always gets up law. I made a baby. Oh, look. It focuses your perspective. And what I would say is assured among dolts. We can have this Republican on Republican fight. Nearly three years ago I stood on the house floor is a sitting Republican member of congress and called on Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race, and I have never lost my voice. I have never gone silent as all of my Republican colleagues have tough because I mean, you know, people are currently your whole life. Your parents are probably Republicans. Yeah, it look, it's incredibly tough, but here's, here's what I will tell you. I, I hope our daughter learns two things from our example. The first is for three years. We fought a fight for something. We truly believed in that the Republicans could answer to better angels..
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"We want those things go out and vote. You're so right. Power begets power. There's spent. President Trump is not expanded his base, it's still in the thirty percent so we don't have to be so upset about this. If we can do something about look, more people are running for office, and now the young people are excited more women than ever before take heart in that and get them to the polls yet them for the fall. Them to the balls. Jeff, should the government be doing more to ensure that kids facing hunger are able to get access to food? Oh, yeah, absolutely. I mean, this is you know where government can really lend a hand now I had I've been working with on the hunger issue for over thirty years on you. Yeah, I've had a wonderful success by not going up against the fed John Donna lobbying there, but working with the governor's. They seem to be, you know, a lot more into the people. A lot of these governors don't know that there's a billion dollars of federal funding that's their on their table if they have programs in place to, you know, well re kids, but if they don't have those programs in place in that, well, it's the same thing with Medicaid expansion. They've got lots of money on the table from the federal government and ObamaCare. The Republican governors chose not to use that money. Why? Again, liberal tier. Because it was dot costing them anything, what what's what feels odd to me too. 'cause like myself a democrat, but it's kind of isn't that a conservative feeling to go more local route than looking at? And that's what I bring up about sure environment rather than waiting for those guys. I mean, you definitely got to do your voting for sure, but engage in another kind of way. We have another whole powerful web engaging in all of these issues to ticket kind of personally don't say, I'm going to boat for the guy, and then you made your vote now. I can. I don't have to feel guilty. I've made my you can engage in more, right? I mean, all the changes in our society have come when it percolates from the anti slavery movement, the women's movement, the civil rights movement, the progressive movement. It's the citizens make. And then the leaders channel with he would talking before about government versus leaders. We can't be waiting for the leaders. We have to take the responsibility ourselves. We are the citizens of this country. Google surfing goodwill serving in the morning. I saw this woman who said something really interesting because it seems to me that passions. What we're looking. We're looking for people to be passionate about the environment, and she made some really interesting observations. She said, passion is the flame that comes from rubbing some sticks together. You gotta get in there and get into it and chewing up. They have. We have plenty of passion right now, but it's the wrong kind of passion, right? It's a passionate and intense hatred of the other. Yeah. I mean, I wish I could be as hopeful as you Doris. But when you when you look at the rhetoric right now, it seems very similar to me to the rhetoric of the eighteen fifty s and eighteen early eighteen sixties in which people are talking about the other part of the country as if it were another country. When people are saying we would prefer to be run by a foreign agent Enrico that we would buy a democrat weird a point where the discourse has curdled to such an extent that it can lead especially now again, if Judah Masih of this system continues like you were talking about the popular vote issue in the electoral college issue presidents elected gerrymandering. If this continues, we could have a real legitimacy crisis in this country where people will actually turn to violence and you can see it beginning, you can see people wanting to vent this anger in the sense of in the streets or by going up against people in elevators or restaurant. You can see at the beginning actually. It's low Tartu require need to have a constitutional amendment and citizens United. We have to overturn that we need to have on. There's a move in some states..
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"The families who lost someone or had someone wounded badly voted for trump there's a political result of what we're doing right now which is leading poor people die overseas or get our wounded or come back with post traumatic stress for all the rest of the republicans have always had this amazing ability to be in an abusive relationship with their voters the more they hurt them the more the voters yeah i had a teamster guy in the mid west he said to me that trump groomed economically vulnerable americans like pederasts like wow like would james said i was like wow but but i think his vanity and search for love to fill the gods sized hole in his soul which is not intelligence but it says inevitable as water rushing down a hill right he will go for that love and and yet that's the that's the bait and switch what there's economic anxiety oh wow blaming immigrants works you know that turns it up and then you and i get a tax cut that's that's you know the the switch given the commonality of threats cameron asks made on social media by mass shooters should the government take a more active role in monitoring these sites not donald trump's government i really don't want him that i fear more than mark zuckerberg this don't trump so but we have talked very much about what happening and that was the person who is from ending violence the most is the president of the united states he turns the crowd on journalists a hooting hollering screaming massive people he individually picks out journalists for them to direct their ira he calls us the enemy of the people he says that we are unpatriotic that we do not love our country and were surprised when someone picks feel it on the street the way people drive angry and i feel like more than ever there over the line like the line in the middle of the road i'm always honking like get on your fucking side of the room i don't know if it's maybe some of that is texting but i never i don't remember that before i think i think they'll worse than anger most people i think a lot of people in this audience are filled with despair and and live as a bad week this was a week that remarkably was like nineteen forty when france fell it was like seventy when the temple in jerusalem you know i mean that's how it fell there's another impo thank you ad seventy conservative justices it bothers me supreme court throughout its history has always shown a deference to national security issues it rarely weighs in on national security issues whether it's the patriot act right unconstitutional wars we're going to get a court probably that's going to be even more so that way and so that's more supportive of the national security state we have become the warfare state we've become and that's very very dangerous that's what is in our yes today head to remove a t shirt that they have for sale and the t shirt said rope tree journalists some assembly required and and enough uproar about it and they are not selling anymore what were they doing selling in the first place right and i'm telling you walmart really yeah no that's really it's but he has the trump has perpetuated this yeah this level of calling for violence and that that's where this civility like i said to ben that's where this ability debate if we're going to get back to some place we gotta do it from let's not be threatening each other and when i say each other we're not doing it to them it is unprecedented even presidents that who i totally disagree with they want did not actively want to separate us this guy wants to separate us one little piece of hope my mother's been dead for while but she was born in one thousand nine hundred fifteen earliest memory everybody's dying from the flue she goes to college the depression happens it looks like this country doesn't work it looks like western civilization doesn't work she gets married has two kids pearl harbor happens she takes my dad thinks she's never going to see him again it looks like hitler's going to win it looks like hitler is gonna win they lived through that then mccarthy isn't takes out you know poisons the country she would say just understand life is better we we are used to a very comfortable time and that is not normal and we have to.
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"Welcome to an hbo podcast from the hbo latent series real time with bill maher okay we're back and here are the questions of the people bradley whitford how would your west wing character josh lyman no yeah lyman was the last name yeah i didn't know that josh you would know i remember that would your care west wing character fair and the trump white house do grazie question cody fair yes he wouldn't be in the trump he's a democrat stupid question number one ryan asked you barack obama be leading the left into the mid terms or is there a better option i don't know if there's a better option but the question i would ask about that is you know a bomb keep saying he's playing the long game what's what's he waiting for where where we tha that i would i would hope that he would be dead before but yeah i mean now would be the time and i think he will i think obama will be very i better would be michelle i think both may be the only choice by the way for two thousand twenty problems probably most popular woman intern america right yeah okay which would be the best strategy for dem's in two thousand eighteen taking the high road or fighting dirty we already answered that michael moore which of your movies would you most like to make a sequel to kind of interesting well sadly they're all still relevant so i i mean i was going to ask you about bowling for columbine about guns now that fascism's coming to america and their side has all the guns any second thoughts seventy eight seventy eight percent of americans do not own a gun right and they're all the liberals and there's right seven million americans owen one hundred and sixty million guns they have stockpiled them this is this is the elephant in the room in terms of the discussion of what are we all going to do putting our bodies in the line what does that really mean we'll do it nonviolently but we people are afraid people were afraid people who voted for hillary were afraid that she would win because of he told my second amendment people is going to be a regular get ready get your guns he was calling for an armed revolt if hillary one and ask yourself that question if on the other way where where he won the popular vote and she won the electoral college that civil war have already happened no or and that's what everyone's afraid of and we don't have we don't own the guns but there's more of us and i think the military is still with question and they've got bigger guns and more guns and i will never comes to that but you think the military is still a huge question are actually got that questions he's the commander in chief are you worried that that i got that question from a sitting senator when we were talking about the war in yemen and i was trying to talk him into declaring it unconstitutional and getting us out of the damn war and he sent everybody out of the office and we talk for few minutes and he sort of presented that to me wow it was in terms of maybe a loss massive loss in the midterms which i don't think it's going to happen now but let's say it did and then impeachment proceedings proceeded with haste from both parties and trump within call his legions in the street with their guns in what would the military do and frankly i couldn't answer it down i don't you can't i mean as worrisome because for him that we have to listen to us now all the constitutes words and because the military is in general conservative and also because he is their commander and chief here's an interesting point though two sociologists did a paper recently called the casualty gap they studied the world war one world war two korea all the wars we have good data on granular data on they found there's always been in a balanced poor people more than rich people everybody knows that has a brain but in the last seventeen years of war the gap has grown astronomically so they wanted to see if that had a political impact they went and did a very fine poll with controlling factors for other answers and so forth came to find out that most of.
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Welcome to an hbo podcast from the hbo latent series real time with bill maher but now i know why you're in a good mood our president made a new friend president kim jong un is new bff trump sent his country does love them you get the people you see have great fervor for great fervor yes if you mean by fervor they're beaten down pressed ruled for fear forced to feign allegiance than yes they have great fervor same as milania by the way but we're quibbling with is that trump tweeted last night that north korea along with rent but canada no trump actually tweeted sleep well tonight i tell you the only man who could say sleep well tonight and sound creepy to me is bill cosby got a very special gift from the new york attorney general a lawsuit this lawsuit came out of kim out of nowhere so fast rudy giuliani barely had time to make it worse yeah rudy giuliani three days ago he was denying that when he was still married to his third wife who we now dumped he denied that he was having an affair with a married republican fundraiser today he admitted my question what is it for this woman getting fucked by a pirate flag but her husband knew something was going on she kept coming home smelling up for melda hide all right thank you very much i'm telling you it's real bill maher every friday ninety or watching anytime hbo onto me nation log on hbo dot com.
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Welcome to an hbo podcast from the hbo latent series real time with bill maher okay ethan hawke the greatest generation has given society so much has hollywood scene its own greatest generation yet i don't know what that means i the great like no never mind duncan hunter we know the democrats are guilty of identity politics what responsibility should the left take for white politics are so polarized today i think when we found out so democrats had control of congress for like fifty years in ninety four newt gingrich into that i think once everybody figured out that anybody could win any election that's what created the the massive polarity that we have now where where you have two different size and ease i'd can win any election right anybody can but you must admit that the republicans cheat more no i don't have to admit that voter suppression you don't think this voter suppression in california with illegal immigrants being registered to vote and then but that has been studied and it's not true it is true well trump says it with three million illegal votes numbers right but i think that it's it's it's it's it's a high to lower number it's not that hot is it up to a million i don't know i don't know the number but you know the student we know what if it's one well i've seen it happen in san diego i live on the border just south here i mean i i live in san diego on order and they do register illegal immigrants to vote in our elections speaking of the border day democrats.
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"Leave us alone leave us along and keep picks finally back people and then on cue we did it with jay z i had a list this long from colin kaepernick and obama undo he does seem to the war widow he'd seen purposely did is there any credit sitting with the rainbow coalition 25 years ago and getting the way dozen i have to refresh my member with 25 years you know what did he di he was part of jesse jackson's rainbow remembered what have you docked late late lows what thoughts of the guy the reverend jesse i don't see for the central park five even though but this uk crowd last night number hartmann energy help sean i don't remember the central point offensive over the central park five when he went after them even after they were innocent and gone away over one hundred m hungary my our walls and just writes as i see him they asked me to question i wanna know what strengthen european because you you are you are among the michael corleone dr michael he is very michael curling owner he doesn't raise his voice he's a quiet killer yeah we'll be to honor so i'm not it typical backstabbing washington tony and tina turner a private dance a baby but i don't answer that garmin there were a rather way time for me to cirque my own kok good evening atul new episodes of real time with bill maher every friday night ten or watch many timing hbo on demand for more information log onto hbo dot com.
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"A godfather jury your anger is don't let your anger cloud judgment no early i still believe no one is president don't let your anger club cloud your judgement but don't let your ambitions also cloud your judgment what does that even mean you're talking to mayan vision we already live the great life term try to serve the country and help the middle and lower middle class people that are struggling in this country it was a wakeup brother it was donald you're out you're living in an ivory tower unionists donald trump you only rather be in new york post she get some of the mexico thing and positive the only between up to keep it kinda like like a nice guy a means okay i'm not a week guy over your mean and you're angry i i you are so canadian to be what were let me move on donna brazile aside from more not trump the democrats have big ability unable to craft a simple clear repealing message of voters what is it going to take for democrats to wake up to this you want an economy that works for everyone period and and then words what every american especially those americans who is still struggling and by the way is black history month you're like unemployment went up a little bit i wanted to say something to the present if you get get him on the phone lamar step leave us alone was was on the birth of a bomb and started going down a kept going down it kept going down it took backup so just leave us alone to my show was weak was all about how he picks for each with black people levers.
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"I think it's a gold plated hot tub when trump pickles raise our watts they means or when he says i'm going to swamp it was unwell don't was a lie i think it was an ambition and got down on air now he's alive your kept up to there raise your hand in the room but like raise your hand in the ruling never tonioli does your hand but now let me raise your hand on the way we've never told luck but that's not come on that no no ages sales guys sales match when your president and so but again it's not new you don't like the fact that he's not residential president he's that's how i take eyes normal that he's gone lies i like is this day to the union jose reyes the other presidents didn't lie the i did not like that what you'd what you what you were living in a normative world what your resume you are you ask us where you are an and it's like and i think one of the one of the peculiar unexpected gifts of donald trump is that he has taught a lotta people to understand both the precious nece of truth and also the need to defend institutions like the fbi and the cia maybe they wouldn't have gotten a big applause they got tonight in this room at i think probably three years ago four years ago if you told the people in this room the edward snowden and julian assange were not heroes they might think differently i think now we all understand better we understand they were working for what they were working to accomplish well and we see it in front of us now i i wouldn't lump them together quite that way now julian assange is a little different than the other guy and julian assange somehow did get a little too in with russia and very close to the trump campaign i'm not sure that our anger towards the trump is clouding your judgement by good anger mrs klass would help think a little such a michael curley online.
"maher" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Time for one on yes of course rebut on i again i see differently i think that the the world uh the economic engine of the united states i mean we have a real shot now to double the economy and eighteen years when clip away at three percent growth it'll eliminate a lotta the entitlement issues that we have uh i think we're going to bolster eliminate entitlement issues mean yeah well you have a seventeen trillion dollar economy the at when you get it to thirty four trillion it'll it'll take more yeah yoga it'll double our in eighteen years if you grow three percent each is mad years well no i i i mean you are going to die words are now you know we used to play i don't know exactly how to your point we were bought the rebuttal yes that's called debate as a stronger in seena here's who the fuck knows what's going to be going out of 18 beer that such a ridiculous you'll be here telling these links pruitt i hope so you're going to twenty days upbeat ad but i hope by we'll be you can have a lot more beachfront property annette hairline but what we're gonna see what we're going to say they'll be they'll be children property in nebraska yes environmental policy for a problem i give you that one just rugby we have a problem is him no okay it richards a whole you don't think it's china rates interest rates are going up in part because the tax code is deeper than it needed to be in part because the economy was already growing okay the dead is going to skyrocket which is going to force rates up were already seeing wage wages going up causing again the fed to raise rates what this is going to do is slow the the economy and what this is going to do i think is ultimately create a crisis we're we're out climate change you're the big crisis our debt we're going to have to raise the rate significantly to fund our debt and there's no way we are going to go out of the thirteen trillion dollars no yeah but that was big entity to unnecessary big difference when you're coming out of a crisis like two thousand seven eight right now we're creating the crisis of you guys are not acknowledging the fact that turkey matic.
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"Or box hoop act like like people who say oh by the way you should also believe this you're going to believe those people it's like a cult and we need facebook to contact every person touched in 2016 by russian interference and explain thome hey you're in american this was done to our country by off hostile contact every single personnel it's actually they have the email address for every single one of those people they know every single time they were touch they have massive databases of all this stuff and fortunately we have members of congress and rose one of them gould understand that these issues are not about left and right even if you liked the outcome of the latter election you're not going to like the next one row do you think you're you know pack caucus will grow in the coming years will tell us what it is for no apparent caucus just means you don't take any money from corporate pacts lobbyists like bernie he'll severna park in congress who have then i'll tell you why it's going to grow because when you have a congress that is an acting on policies that eighty four percent of the american support and there is an acting on medicare for all which has eighty percent support or is acting to repeal net neutrality when net neutrality is ninety percent support something is wrong and what's wrong and yet trump didn't have nearly been it's been nearly the money hillary did anyone now and roger has insight on portland's partly why income expenditure from putin so yeah but it it's not all about money in fact sometimes money can work against you you know hillary boarded a million adds people get sick of those ads trump was marty didn't advertise till the end people see the same at every day for two months in those markets we don't get it here in california because it's it's a done deal we don't we don't see ads were not in play but you know in in illinois or wherever the battleground states are you see them all the time you come to hate that person they're just the edc plays too much but a presidential race is a little bit different because you get to come.