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Fresh update on "malkin" discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"It's just another thing that makes you scratch your head. I guess is where I'm going with that what You know. Give me, pacture. Debate event GimMe Gimme of getting Malkin to change Seems like we never get to talk to have getting Malkin scored a goal to. It doesn't seem like that's what it is, and that's I would always goes I. Am I was worried one quest broke his arm, right? Now he was right back he went to the locker room, but I don't think you. MR, shift. Well for Franklin, turn it all around. They can turn it all around at four o'clock on Friday Mike and There's no reason why they should lose this team and there's no reason why you couldn't have conceived of them sweeping them. So winning two in a row. Should not be insurmountable odds for these penguins as talented as they are but I don't know how you turn on the given F. Button for these guys because. It didn't look like they did last night. How did they let that lead evaporate? And here's a really scary part even if they can turn the GIF button on or flip that switch. What if price has that fifty five save game in now now that now that eliminates you it doesn't just beach I. Don't think stolen one yet in series he's been good but he hasn't been stand on his head. God. This would have been this would have been six nothing without his brilliance. That might still become and if he if he pulls that out of his backside for game four, now you've really got problems. What did he say it all the people that are pointing fingers at Jack, Johnson and Justin Schultz. Matter. Let's look at it. The first goal was not Jack Jack Johnson was on the ice for three goals WHO's minus three the first goal the way I look at it was Patrick Marlowe fault. The. Tip In goal by drew an at the far post he overwhelmed Justin Solti to not overwhelm Jack Johnson the third goal I think that's on Jack. Johnson. But it's also on Marino for letting Byron get through them along the boards to start the play. Jack Johnson's WanNa top four penalty killers and. They don't perceive him to be their worst defense based on the way they hand out playing time that guys Marcus Paterson. If if you WANNA pick one guy, go ahead if you want to blame Matt. Murray for that fourth goal go ahead I WANNA brain crystal Tang or Malkin go head but all that intangible stuff that we talk about you know not realizing where the given F switches and being outworked and being out committed and being out desired out being able to hold a three to one lead against the rummy team that doesn't even belong in the playoffs that is emblematic of a far deeper issue to me. I understood I want one and nine in their last ten playoff games are one and eight whatever the hell they are. Yeah well, that's what I was saying earlier. You gotta wonder if Mike Sullivan might not be moving forward moving forward coming up. At nine o'clock here on the morning..
Fresh update on "malkin" discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"They have to be the best players on the ice and we're all complaining about the play and we're talking about the coach. Malkin crosby and the Tang have been on the Pittsburgh Penguin power play for about a decade probably more. They got a score they have to score goals when they get a chance last night they scored two but before that, it was abysmal. And I I. Don't know. It feels like this is like a new season and the paying the pen sometime start slow so. You know I don't I don't know if that's you know in effect here but man, this is it's tough to watch the pens get beat by an inferior team. Sullivan's button pushing certainly than having the desired effect anymore it did change the power play a little bit last night. Justin Schultz replaced Crystal Tang on a number one unit and That's the first unit got a goal. To get the back tied at one one Jared. McCann was a healthy scratch according to Sullivan. Sam Lafferty played his first postseason game that had a negligible effect if any. Now, they're facing elimination against Montreal team that wouldn't even be in the playoffs if it was a normal playoff scenario teddy bluer insisted last night that. The challenge will remain the same for Friday afternoons game. Even if the margin for error has been altered drastically I think it's really good. You know we have a really good team We just got to dig a little bit deeper still gotTa Win two games. That you know that was the case Gordon Tonight. So that doesn't change for us. I just think you know we just got to bring up the intensity low. got. To bring up the intensity a ton. Look. Like the same team to me that we saw in games one and two I. Like Sulayem grasping for. Answers to why. They're playing the crappiest team that got in. is inexcusable on every level. It was so depressing to watch them get worse as the game went on. Yeah I agree with you randy if they out, shot 'em sixty to fourteen and carry price had one of those games for the ages. He just say you know what? That's what that guy does sometimes, but they got worse as the game went on. In the biggest game of the year to date. Well. Now, the next one is the biggest one. All right let's do a commercial break. We'll come back. We'll talk a little steelers and things looking more hopeful there at least the johnsons starting to think hey. Maybe, it'll be better for me to have a hall of fame quarterback throwing me the ball. And really considered this plus PF commented from Barstool sports pardon my take coming up eight fifteen pert crashers on the show nine. Am this morning here on DVD..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"I'm your host Mark Malkin in the twenty years since Luke Evans launched his acting career, he is play Dracula one of the three, musketeers and Bard, the Bowman and Peter Jackson's hobbit films more recently. He's best known for playing guest on the two thousand Seventeen vibe action adaptation of beauty and the Beast Parole Prize prequel series for Disney plus Sunday July. July nineteenth is also the premiere of the second season of TNT's the alienist. He Co Stars in the drama as newspaper illustrator turn reporter, John More I caught up with the forty four year old boss actor from a Beatha where he's vacationing before heading to strain of film, the Hulu Adaptation of nine perfect strangers from David Kelly and Co, starring Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy. High Gearan! I can hear you awesome. I thought I was GONNA see with pink hair. Nova. Several several months ago, my Gosh. How are you? I'm grand. Yes, you're very very well. I've been following you on Instagram I. See Your A. Yeah. How did you do at the beginning of all this craziness in the pandemic with quarantine? I know you did beauty and B. Sing along which is fine. I'm yeah. Yeah I mean I in Florida. I spent a whole quarantine of lock down in Florida. And I tried to make the most of it. I tried to enjoy the. Peace and tranquility in lack of emails lack of work and. I was up any preoccupation me tool so I embrace that. Yeah I tried to look at the best positive aspects of you know being stuck at home and going for long walks and. thinking a lot meditating and being creative, and was also nice to be able to. Know? Support, the different charities in. Health Service in the UK you know and. Give them a bit of a tap on the back encouragement and say thank you as as the months weeks months going by so. Nice to say, thank you even wasn't in the UK. Keep everybody's spirits up as much as we could. You know so, what were you binging? Everyone was binging something. Where did you been? Oh well? I'm I am terrible. I'll stop something. Finish it. I've always been the same, but obviously when you have nothing to do you know it became quite a thing like in the evenings we would watch a show by the end of the week. We would finished a get on. We started with Ozak. Lansing it I wanted to watch it, and so we watched the whole three seasons in about two weeks. And then we moved onto little fires everywhere, which was fantastic, then I watched the morning show, which I had not got around to watching. That was brilliant. Yeah, my friend, my friend Jennifer Aniston which I love to say my friend again. Is. Everybody's fantastic in, but I thought had performance was just spectacular powerhouse performance so Yeah, we did the did that. Was the documentaries Yeah, Sin Fun this. Good, lead sunk around the alienist which I did binge, the new season did yeah, it's really good. Yes it just. It's what's amazing about A. Sound silly I'm old fashioned I. Guess It's just. The the the. Attention to detail is just so incredible just from obviously the wardrobe to just you know. Fanning in her office, it's like I almost wanted to pause it just to see all the little things that are. Is it. Is it amazing to make? A television series like. It's just. It's really logical each episodes of movie. It's absolutely magical. I remember walking onto the set for the first time. A I've worked on some incredible set some very very lucky to come huge productions where. You know. That kind of detail that the production. And this blew me away. It was as good if not better than some of the big movie sets like work so. That was really. That was just fantastic. You know even Mike Character you know. I even had insignias on my handke's in my pocket. And and I had like a a beautiful Drawing Kit because of his, he was an illustrative image I seasons season. They made this incredible Like a folder with the handmade paper inside and all the things that a autism from the early, the late eighteen hundreds turn of the century would have had and they were all authentic real historical pieces you just. You know the people that do that kind of thing. They are artisans, and they they they take pride in what they do and I guess given a Nice big budget is must be just a joy to go shopping, and we were obviously in Budapest. I know that on weekends. The she would go to Vienna to Prague to just source you know pieces for our customs or FA set so. was really really really special I loved it. What kind of difference does that make just those type? You would think people might think like okay. You put on the wardrobe. You know you see a horse and Buggy, and that's it. You're reaching into your pocket and senior Monogram or opening that case in their the drawings. How does that? Just much completely changed how it informs your your your work. Absolutely I mean. For, pretty simple example was a pocket watch. Don't have pocket watches anymore. Some people do, but you know that he has Puckett. What so to tub to check time you know he would have to pull out of his hand, and the watch would be facing inwards to the winning lifted it onto his hand. It was looking at him and not the other way round, and it has a chain and there was lots of little. Physical affectation that I acquired for John Moore's character. From how he was dressed to what he, what pieces of utensils that he had to his character. It was really really doesn't foam me a lot I. Said this customs, they all the final layer of an actor's character. You know and commit you stand differently. It can make you feel completely different if you want a uniform or you see. I A lieutenant commander of the American a U. S. Navy COUPLA years ago, it absolutely changed everything about me I was like I stood differently. Talk Differently I. His era of.
When a myth becomes a mystery
"Owls Welcome to kids Miss Mysteries! I'm your host kid crumb today. When a myth becomes mystery for today's Podcast, I decided to begin with the definition of terms I started with myth I went to my webster dictionary and came away with the following a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of people, explaining some natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings events, next I locked up mystery something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain I needed a local place or event that fit both definitions and had more from myth to mystery, and decided on Mount, Shasta California Shasta a dorm volcano located at the southern end of the cascade range in Siskiyou. County. California is has erupted approximately. Approximately every eight hundred years for the past ten thousand years and vulcanologists will tell you it is overdue. It has seven glaciers, three small glaciers on the southern flank for the larger ones are located on the north and east flanks for those who live next to the volcano, especially on the north side in the Lake Shasta area remnant from the last eruption are easily visible, ranging from lava tubes amounts left by cry, pyroclastic flows Labra Shasta is an incredible site and occupies the lands of four native American tribes. The earliest myth was that the great spirit Scowl came down from the heavens and fought with the spirit of mountain. Ussamma known today as Crater Lake. Indeed this is how the ancient. Ancient people of the area explained volcanic activity for years. It was believed that Shasta contain sacred healing waters during the eighteen eighties, teenage psychic rhetoric Spencer Oliver who lived in the nearby town of White. Rica wrote a book a dweller on two planets. It was published by his mother in nineteen five six years after his death. It was among the pages of that book. That young Oliver, mentioned the many tunnels and chambers in and Beneath Shasta some will tell you that the publication of dweller onto planets was went. Myth turned to mystery for Mount, Shasta, remember now that myth is a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of people or explaining some natural, a social phenomenon, typically involving supernatural. Supernatural beings or events and mystery is something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain tunnels and chambers below Shasta is certainly hard to explain it and qualify as a mystery but Oliver, and perhaps hundreds of other authors claim that these chambers are occupied by the survivors of Atlantis still others describe Americans remnants of a lost civilization as the occupants who occasionally wander into the town of Shasta city to trade gold for supplies. Any locals of the area described little men from Shasta that only come out at night, wandering the surrounding woods collected herbal edibles Shasta has been variously described as a doorway to another dimension. I hidden UFO base, a time warp and containing a black hole, still malkin. will explain that CHASTA's Bass. Lava tunnels are filled with molten rock at it is the fifth most likely of all knows the United States to erupt next so there you have it. Mount Shasta Crate example of a myth that's turned into a
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"That I feel more connected to. I'd say, but then you have glow, which is just -Til Allied Shadow. Tom Delay Shadow unplugged. But this season. It ends with her like Debbie's going to become this. Completely different powerhouse, yeah, president of a television station. Yeah, yeah, I really loved this season. How? And I've certainly felt like this where I feel like Debbie that this fork in the road where? She says okay. I could go one of two weights in my life, I could. Listen to the louder voices in society and in my own head. Telling me you know. Just marry this rich guy and have it easier, life or take the safer clearer routes or there's this other way that you could go. That's murkier and Cloudier, but. Thinks there might be magnificence on the other end, but it's riskier and scarier and betting on yourself. Is it worth falling on your face? and I think throughout the season used to see her grappling with those with that choice end in Vegas similar to like when you're doing a play, you can kind of treat your life like it's this bubble of time. That doesn't it is unto itself doesn't exist like you can sort of her, said Rave version of yourself, and then be like okay, and when this is over in no I'm GonNa, marry the rich rancher and get back to. Debbie's going through and they think we sort of see her. Realize your I don't I don't WanNa be. A person who gives up on her cell cellphone takes the easy way out. I'm not afraid of making enemies in the name of. Phoenix sing out of mediocrity. Did. You do well. Did you always know where debby would end up? And that obviously takes me to the next question of the last season. Do you know what's going to happen? I. Know generally what's going to happen? we about an episode and a half into filming when we got shutdown. And Wear I'm staying has a view of our studio so I just kind of wave to it every once in a while are weird costumes waiting for us like in gusts, but Yeah I hope that. I. Always say as a friend of Debbie I hope that she finds peace, and as the actress playing Debbie hope she. To be unstable in insane, because that's a fun workday for me, which is something I need to look inward about? But you know I think that we're going to see her continue to. Roll the dice on herself in see. The! Triumphs and failures. That that means when you're a woman role like believing in yourself in the workplace in nineteen, eighty seven now with him. because you know that has risks today in twenty twenty and. I think something that our show runners really well as they're very open and honest about that time period that you know it wasn't. Woman makes each and everyone claps. It's it's Saturday not. What about Ruth Is Ruth? Coming back. I mean I'm sure. I'll be teased by race through the computer Anything about what's going to happen, but We're not making a season of glow without Allison Brie. Weather her season. Ruth is you know opening a general store in Antarctica I can't say. That that last scene is so good 'cause. I'll just love how she just looked at you. Know, what you want is not what I want. And Yeah second for like. Are you crazy like a wait a minute? Right she's doing exactly what you're doing. She's standing up. Yeah, and that has to be okay that she has different ideas. Debbie just can't do that, right. You, but you know I think it also shines the light on the roof, and Debbie have been kind of treating their friendship like a like a little affair. You know since air away from their lives and they're doing this. Seems Shell every night. It's a sort of alternate reality you wear. They feel very lonely, misunderstood a lot in their outside lives, but they know each other better than anyone around and it makes for. It's it means that they can kind of have this little affair. They just won't acknowledge the past and won't acknowledge the future of just kind of. Go to each other when they need each other, but then you know it's a spell has to break. A real world has to come back in. So, let's talk about characters. Come out of the closet. Yes I, know bash finally. I love that scene so much I, just think nobody could play that part by Chris. Law I think the the crazy Vaudevillian? Heights that he goes to, and then in the next scene or line grounds it so devastatingly I. I just think his performance is unbelievable. And I cannot keep it together with him. We make each other laugh so hard. But. I think that scene is so devastating. When I'm in the Rosemary Clooney. Dress. It's like Chris I'm so sorry that I'm in the Scots you when you have this. Scene just don't. When he puts his head in your lap and says I don't want to die. Yeah! Y-. Nineteen eighty-seven. Yes, yeah, point, exactly! Yeah, yeah, it's! It's so wild! I'm very interested to see what they do with that storyline in season or What did you figure? What did you think about the scene? The three racing I was like wow, scalding hot end. It's like the only I was watching it like Oh my God. This isn't the end of the episode. What do. Do we follow the fifth Gena Davis in a showgirls cost you right? That's the only thing that could follow a threesome seeing Davis in a full show or else costume I mean that and during that episode is when I started filming the hunts I went and filmed a week of the hunt, and then came back for episode nine and ten, and then went back to the. so I definitely felt very split personality. But I remember getting off a plane and going to set, and then seeing Gena Davis in that cost you. What is this alternate reality that I've entered? Hallucinating, vote wasn't like senior for the first time when she walks out and that I mean we were. It was a room full of. Glow girls and drag queens and the entire. It was like a group Faint tweet just like all those reactions in the episode are all real. Just all of us, you know no acting involved just agog. She's a goddess. She is a goddess but yeah..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Team. Simon because I think that there's like vava boom, sexy chemistry there, but I think long game. Obviously Max is like the husband material. So, you'll have fun with Simon, and you ready to settle down, there's mounts yeah. Jane. This was amazing. This is so much fun. Thank you for doing this is. That was. Jane starves always extraordinary playlist. That's it for today's episode of the big ticket coming up next Tuesday. A very special guest Ms Miley Cyrus. The Child Star turned superstar opens up about her family, being in therapy and her return to acting in black mirror I have cyrus and a whole lot more next week's episodes of the big ticket for now don't forget to follow me on twitter and Instagram at Marc Malkin and for all the latest, Hollywood, news head over to variety dot, com well and stay safe and I'll see you next time..
"malkin" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
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"malkin" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Only Man America we are getting good at this was an exciting rally of the usual suspects I think what's even more exciting is the brand new faces in voices that we are now seeing show up? Scientists, doctors members of the N. Double ACP, and of course, a brand new voice we've seen on the stage was syndicated columnists off in a Fox News Contributor Michelle, Malkin, was there Michelle joins me now. Michelle I was unable to make it to that rally. I found out about the last minute and wasn't able to get out there, but you were there and you know this is one of the first times at least I haven't seen any of these rallies that we've gone to before, so just give me a sense. Why why now? Why did you show up? For this rally on on medical freedom and an attack on sort of the the vaccine exemptions in Colorado. Deli it was magical end your definitely there in spirit if he were there physically and work that you have done on this to electrify, educate so many people is paying off, and certainly the the outpouring of support three thousand at least three thousand people must reading within forty eight to ninety six hours, because as you referenced, this was an attempt to blindside Colorado parents in suppress their voices very calculated. By the majority Colorado Democrats here in my adopted whom state where I've lived for years and did not work, and of course the bill went on to be passed by a party line vote, but it is not over until it's over and vigilance of all these parents that had have been awoken is not going away. That's a chance that many of the parents lead. Lead during the past couple of days, even as as there have been more hearings on it, we're not going away to answer your question about why me and why now I've lived here for twelve years, and in in large part when we moved from the East Coast, we were looking for a sanctuary safe-space for our kids to raise them the way we see fit. And the issues of family, autonomy, family, sovereignty, and particularly medical freedom have been at the forefront of our lives I have two teenagers. One of them has chronic illness in chronic pain, and we have experienced firsthand what it's like to challenge the medical establishment, and this goes back years to even when my youngest was a two month old, and we merely questioned in the most polite way possible whether we could delay the administration of the Hep B vaccine, which caused us to be kicked out of our pediatricians. Practice and I know that my story is the story of legions of families out there, so it was a perfect storm I was asked to speak in I jumped at the chance to do so. Well, it's amazing and you know I don't know if you grapple with this a lot of times, you know I'm being attacked. Now fact checkers are all over me and the questions you cannot you know report the news and be news, but the truth is first and foremost. I see myself as an American citizen and you know I've also recognized in my life and my career whether it was when I think I really came to this challenge when I went. Went to Haiti and I realized that as standing there with a camera, and there was a child that was wounded and parents finding they were trying to get a tent and trying to get set up and I. Just thought my job right now is to hold this cameron on supposed to see whatever happens whether these people die or live, but that's just not me. At the camera grabbed them. I moved to Michelle. Try helped him put up that shelter. Is that is that. Is that media? We somehow breaking the rules once we jump over and get involved in state, people's lives are hanging in the balance. You grappler think about that at all. I have over the years, and you try to honor this balance between being a journalist who is trustworthy and all we can do is. report the facts and make sure that every I is dotted. Every t is crossed. Everything is cited everything I. do everything I write about particularly this issue. It has hyper links to pubmed a journal articles, and you know all the most reliable sources that I can muster including your which I encourage so many new commerce to this debate, especially in the wake of the mess of these pandemic. Who are wrong over and over again as you pointed out in your lock so more people are coming to this for many different angles, not just the vaccine angle, and that was the emphasis of my testimony to because this is a civil rights issue as many of the members of the N. Double ACP, and people were coming from New Jersey to testify who grappled with this? It's also a data privacy issue, and once people start questioning this idea that you should always trust the experts. It opens up an entire new landscape of challenging establishment and authority that have lied to us. US lied to US terribly and cost so much in terms of our own kids, public health and safety absolutely let me make the point because we are a video format and not a written format, just like Michelle Malkin said. If you want to look into any of the stats, any of the the peer reviewed science that will provide on the show today. 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"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Podcast the big ticket. I'm your host Mark Malkin. Today's first guest is Caitlin deavere. The actress opens up about starring in unbelievable. The netflix series based on the true story of a high schooler. We've charged with lying to police about being ready. She was later exonerated when two detectives discovered, she had been telling the truth. Then later Rami Yousef the Funny Man Star the Hulu Series Romney, he talks season two's oscar-winning guest star, and what is like hearing his name called by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston when he won a Golden Globe earlier this year I'll have developed Yousef coming up after the break. Stick around. I do want to note that. Both of these conversations took place before tensions erupted over the killing of George Floyd. Hey everybody welcome to this week's episode of the variety and Iheart podcast. The big ticket I'm your host Mark Malkin. Today's first guest is Caitlin, deavere the actress opens up about starring unbelievable. The netflix series based on the true story of a high schooler who is charged with lying to police about being raped. She was later exonerated when two detectives discovered, she had been telling the truth then later, Rami Yousef the funny man, Star the WHO series Romney. He talked season two's Oscar, winning guest star, and what it was like hearing his name called by Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Aniston when he won a Golden Globe earlier this year I'll have diva and Yousef coming up after the break stick around. I do want to note that both of these conversations took place before tensions erupted over the killing of George Floyd. Welcome back to the big ticket. Kaelin deavere is only twenty three years old, but she's been a working actress for more than a decade, and the last year has been somewhat of a breakout for her. All predictions point to her receiving her first emmy nomination for unbelievable deavere stars in the Netflix series. MOEE realize high school who's charged with lying about being raped before being exonerated after two detectives played by Toni Collette, America Weaver discovered she was telling the truth. The series is a hard and sometimes brutally realistic portrait of a legal system that forgot to serve and protect the most vulnerable among us. I spoke to deavere from her home in Los Angeles. So tell me about you. Get the script. Tell me about the first time sitting down with you know whether it was one episode. Two episodes had that work. And what were you feeling? Yeah, I remember. I was on my last week. Of Filming Book Smart with. When this came into my email inbox, and what came with the email was the podcast the article and the first episode. And I remember I was listening to the podcast. On the way to work On Books Marne, and then I read the episode. So fast and it. Just blew me away I. Think the first things that I thought this was like an old old story and is a story from the past, but not that. Long ago in the past it's happened, very. Y- recently, so that's the first thing that was super shocking to me, But I I was just completely moved by and thought. You know reading about Marie and her courage in her bravery, it was just the most. incredible story. I've ever written and she's one of the most brave people I've ever read about so all of that. Put together. It was just. Overwhelming to get sent something like this and for the creatives to want me to audition for it and I went in and auditioned for it and. It was. It was. The audition ever had to do. Honestly I mean I've I've D- I can count. Only to only two times I had to do like a really really intense on dishing room scene, and it was it was for short-term was one of the men in unbelievable. The two hardest additions ever had to do in my life and. It was really comforting to be in this on dishing rebrand. Believable has all of the people in the room are women I. Don't think that's ever I mean the producers and the director all women. It was amazing And Yeah it was I was just lucky I. I was just feeling really lucky to be auditioning then. I found out very quickly that I had gotten it. and. Timing wise I I got really lucky, too, because I was getting into this I was heading into this phase of. You know Actor worry I was just worrying about my next year, because I had spent so much time and built up so much anticipation for books, Mar and I was finally it was finally getting made, and I was so happy that it was. Just we were just shooting at I was just happy about that. And then I got distracted in that area that I realized like. Oh, I have no more works for. I have no more work so. And then this came along, and they wanted me to be a part of IT I. I! Don't even. Explain my. I was just really excited. I was so excited and I I I knew the. Some of the producers. Had produced. Justified so I was I have known him since I since I was twelve, so all of it was just the whole package was exciting. In fact that Tony and merit were a part of it, it was just also exciting. That's pretty amazing I. You went from books. Smart written directed by women. Obviously to female leads, and then you go to unbelievable. You just said the additional room was all women. You have Tony You have merit. That's some you don't hear of that a lot to go from one project to the next project that. How does that? Is that something. You're going to get used to be like hey. I just want women on my. Trojan, I WANNA get used to it. I WanNa work with many women as possible I I think naturally. Women are just comfortable around women and. Especially doing this kind of. You know this kind of show surrounded. I mean based at you know given the subject matter I think it's really really important that there was. A lot of women involved because. Being a woman unfortunately, if you have not gone through something. Like this, you definitely know another woman who has. And that's pretty much I think I could say that about any one. I think that that's like the the unfortunate truth, so. there just a lot of like. Amazing wonderful conversation happening and and everyone felts. Dairy herd and they're. The communication was really really solid, and it was always. You know it was. It was very obviously it was a very tough thing to do. On a day to day basis making this.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody welcome to this week's episode of the variety an Iheart podcast. The big ticket I'm your host Mark Malcolm. I of course can't start the show with having knowledge in the world. Our country is upside down right now. I wish I had the words that could heal all I. don't but I do want to say that black lives matter. I hear you I. See three to I wish I had the words that could heal all, but I don't but I could say that I. do believe black lives matter. Hear You I. See you enough is enough. June is also lgbtq pride. Big Ticket is kicking off a month with two Queer Black Hollywood newcomers I up. You know as the Matt. Talking Fan favorite of Netflix Cheer Jerry Harris We talk about his unbelievable rise to fame meeting Brad Pitt and billy eyelash, what it feels like to be called the gay. Black icon of twenty twenty then later in the show time. Tony nominee, Jeremy Pope the singer actor and dancer is the breakout star. Ryan Murphy's Holly. Put caught up with pope from his apartment in New York City to find out what it's like playing rock Hudson's lover, his upcoming role on pose an how attending his first pride parade changed his life. To sit back and get ready to celebrate private. Jerry Harris and Jeremy. Pope I should note that these conversations took place before protests began in the wake of George Floyd death. I'll be right back after the break stickwork. A career in application development at Ddat, means owning the opportunity to impact the preparation of our nation for the future. Join DDAT for challenging work that advances your career apply now edge dot com slash careers GD is an equal opportunity employer disability veteran..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Is when it gets a bit a bit messy. He's inspired by her head. Really really excited about our potential. So tell me about that. First Day on seven the Eddie the band performed. It was amazing man. The Band is incredible musicians incredible They didn't really know each other before so they had. I think maybe month of six weeks or so to get together and really become a band And I got to watch some of that happened and so you the way they communicate with each other the way to trust each other way. Listen to each other is amazing. We'd have these moments after said you're not be shooting days. It'd be like midnight and all of a sudden someone would get up there and pick up a horn based somebody a little. Something becomes Catarino drums in Everyone is just turn it into these jam sessions that would involve everybody's we had. We had a really top lot of late night. Dance artists at bed. Amanda I have to ask you about harsh. Tell me about that because the bond that this father and daughter have that obvious she lives in New York he lives in Paris. It's obviously they don't see each other a lot but she comes to Paris decides to stay. How did you? You didn't have to force a relationship because in many ways you guys didn't have relationship. So how do you balance that? Yeah that's that's one of the tricky things is that because the script didn't give us a whole lot to go on in terms tomorrow story ARC. It's through you did a metal at so we spent a lot of time together at restaurants or or you rehearsal room wherever we find suggest down. Try and come to some agreement on what the history of this relationship is being because some Informs everything and we see them. See each of the first time. I think we want to feel like is is a lot of life behind him right And Amanda I can't say I can't say enough about her G. so so smart so it really really gifted and I couldn't have asked what better saint partner really and truly she so spread but she's also character she seems we don't really meet her mom much. She's very much in our head to. She's very much her father's daughter in this guy. Yeah that's something that we were interested in exploring. Her mother is a is a white woman right in the show so we will Exploring this idea of her coming into her own identity or trying to figure out who she is. Monkey Life Our Father and his own connection to this music which is deeply rooted in all culture as a black man is something that we came to believe that her character was craving. You know So I think that's part of why we see them while they feel similar in a way 'cause they both have this like searching pink both insurgents of something of themselves. That has maybe been lost so. I'm glad you felt that as we really were. We were aiming today awesome. Andre thank you so much. This is awesome congrats on the show. Stay safe you all you same as thanks. That was under Holland. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the big ticket. I'm your host Mark Malkin coming next week beanie Feldstein. She Stars in the coming of age drama. Thirty how to build a girl plus a meet Rajavi. The young Israeli actor is getting a lot of attention in Hollywood for his portrayal of Yankee Netflix's unorthodox until then stay safe and be. Well see.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Made the call to save to call you guys and say. Do you guys like you know what it's just not going to happen right now. I know I think we kind of had a feeling like it was almost like because there wasn't options like okay you could fly there and start we do fit you start fittings and like start it but my sister and I know we had this feeling of like I don't think that's s just not right. Something's going to happen and I also heard a lot about like friends. Productions that were shutting down like if these are shutting down. Like we're GONNA. We're definitely going to be shutting down to so it wasn't huge surprise me but it's obviously something that like we're still looking forward to. I mean it's not. It's not like it's not happening but just not happening right now. So wandering vibe is this to move you. You decided to do together. I'm sure you've probably had scripts thrown at you years. Oh this is perfect for sisters. This is perfect for sister. Why have is the one? I think it was also a choice of 'cause I mean we always wanted to work together. Obviously I think it's the right timing like in our lives now to That it really is gonna mean something because it's not like we're just super young doing it like right now. It's like we're women you know and our relationship to is also more friends you know at this point because we're only four years apart so when you're young you're like your sisters and your like knowledge time and clothes and heard about the book a for a while and any been kind of floating around for a bit and The book is so powerful and also we were curious like if we did something together would replace sisters like or would we not play sisters. I'm like people when you look similar. We think we nothing like we were like. We look a bit like people like Souso. We don't like that but it was like okay. No this is a true like sister. Story represents kind of end the the layers to that and also the misunderstanding. These also were kind of misunder. They misunderstand each other In is just so powerful. I can't get through the script. Like without sobbing. When are you going to direct? When do you direct? Oh God I want to badly Something that yeah I do want you badly and I think it's like you just gotTa find the right right story or like. What is it that you want to tell or? Is it going to be personal or is it? Is it not? Are you gonNA ride it or not? I mean no big questions I will for sure one day but I think about it a lot. I don't know producing now. So that's great. Yeah Yeah it's the next step. I guess it's just like each little thing is learning more about it awesome. Yeah you so much this is Awesome Fontaine. Yes and enjoying the numbers will do I. Ain't you knew that was fan. I WanNa take a short break right now but when we return. I talked with Andre Holland Star. Netflix new drama. 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You are the ones that's going to make a difference. Welcome back to the big ticket. Here's Andre Holland who I caught up with from his home in Brooklyn New York he stars in Eddie as a jazz club owner in Paris. He's trying to mend his relationship with his teenage daughter has come to live with him from the states directed by La La Land Director Damian Chazelle the series features. Plenty of drama love and giants. So the Eddie yes great. Great series really. Just cinematic beautiful. The Look of it is just. It's you know it's it's jazz paintings almost like you really. I love the balloon of it and the saturation of color. So tell me how did you get involved with? Eddie you knew Damian Chazelle Gala History. There moonlight yet. Thank you for the kind words. Yeah we met back during that time and and and we manage has got along. I appreciate all the maintenance told him. He was at one of the parties in Toronto. Maybe the film festival like this sounds like one day we get a chance to make something together and Yeah you gave me a call. Last year. January sent me the script medicine in Santa Monica. Had a great lunch about it. And it's on the phone a few times subsequently then yeah we would have made it so it was cool and then you went to Paris then. We went to the some repairs. It could be a lot worse so tell tell us what is the Eddie the series and then the club yes so So the series is set in contemporary. Aris it revolves around his band and this club both of which are called the Eddy Itself is made up of a group of friends who've come together from different parts of the world. They all come to the band in need of some sort of or grounding my character Elliot is the leader banning composers most the music plays occasionally but not so often and he comes to the BAMACA'S. He's just gone. He's gone through a traumatic event which. I won't give away And he comes to Paris to sort of put himself back together again and his best friend play by to hear. Tahara he'd read in the show. The two of them started his club together and running together for for the last few years. And so the show to me is about healing about second chances in ultimately at the center of it. You have a relationship between my character. Ed Mandala Steinberg's character who she plays my daughter who is in need of her father at this particular where he happens to be unavailable so about that relationship. Healing the ban trying to fight to keep this little space of creativity for themselves. And as I say sort of healing in second chances and your character's name is Elliott and it's very much in his head. There's a lot like you're like what's he planning. What does he know? What doesn't he know you see a few outbursts? Where at son of things? Just get too much at some point. Tell us about Elliot. What what did you like about the character? What what did you dive into to really get in Elliott? It was a tricky one because there are so many. He's got so many spinning at any moment. automated thing that attracted me to it was the fact that he's gone through this related traumatic event and and is in my opinion buried deep deep deep in the grieving process so it was interesting to me to try to investigate a character who is going through the also attracted relationship that he has with his daughter. I couldn't remember a time. Still can't remember a time when I've seen onscreen a relationship with a black man at his black daughter sort of front and Center. I so I found that really interesting and in the music you know. I grew up loving music of all kinds secretly sold Gospel and blues. Get a chance to learn. More About Jazz was refunded of course as sampled for working with Damien. Which was was that was really a joy. I mean one of the things that happen when the show first announced and you still see people keep describing it as a musical people are thinking. It's the new La La la La land in Paris which it's not it's not a musical musical performances and music plays a big hard in the show. What did you have to do a deep dive on Jazz? Did you have to? You know? I'm not gonNA pretend I know jazz. I mean the museums beautiful but I don't know it intimately how intimate you have to get with the music because it's such a big part of this show. Yeah Good Question Man. We had to get intimate with it. You know as I said I came to loving music but not really knowing that much about it so at a read. A bunch of books about Washington Spoke to a lot of musicians and scholars and thinkers in that space. Which really helped me to come to understand the history of And then on the technical aspect I had to play the piano. You didn't play before us. No you know. Unfortunately as is the nature with television. You don't always have as much time as you want. Wish you have but you. May We get hats. I had two different piano teachers. Who at work with one here in New York and it on to Paris in the one from New York came to Paris yet or so any moment. That was not set shooting. I was pretty much glued to that piano. So yeah definitely a deep dive on it and Really is something that I've I've come to love keep continued explorers Likeness Joanna Coolant. I mean I couldn't take my eyes on my ears off her. Tell us who she plays and tell us about her incredible voice we know she has an incredible voice. But this is just I just kept saying my husband. I can't stop watching her you yes. She's such a great. She's such a great human being so glad that we have to is together. She's so so funny so charming as she had an enormous task you know she had to learn. I think sixteen songs in a Lotta time. Some were in English. Someone French neither which her native language obviously was. She really rose to the occasion in did. Yeah so she plays Maya. Who's like these singer of the band and she and I've had a tricky asked. But you know I sort of I say at one point in show that she she's my muse. I don't see quite like that I think. Sheep Elliott is in is as you say he's in his head. I think he's obsessed with this idea of light projects things onto other people so I think that he should to up with his jeans. To impose his genius on someone else and she's good and she's available and she's In a bit of a difficult place in our own life and so their relationship.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"I just want to thank everyone out there for listening because this week. It's happy birthday to the big ticket with Marc Malkin. We launched just a year ago and it has been quite a ride. It all started with my first guess. Scarlett Johansson Pre Larsen and. It's been an amazingly fun journey ever since without said let's get on with today's show. We have not one not two. But three drag Queens. I've got SHANGILA EURICO. Hara and Bob the drag queen the three or co hosts of we're here. Hbo's New Reality. Show which they traveled to small towns across the US to give drag makeovers to local residents. If you're anything like me you'll not only be smiling but also crying. My husband and I rushed the first three episodes and we definitely shed some tears. Each had a lot to say about transforming lies with the power of drag. What happened locals? Call the cops on them and how they feel about Cherry Pie being disqualified from this year's Ru Paul's drag race. After it was revealed she was cat fishing young men by pretending to be a casting director. It's all coming up after the break. Stick around an IT career at Ddat means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join Gd it for challenging and impactful work that advances. Your career apply now at GD. It dot com slash careers. Welcome back to the big ticket years..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Huge impact on the with the specialty. The way happened how the way rescue and. The fact that the UN was there and they didn't want to be there and the invasion and Everything seemed so. Tragic, foreign actress, point of view that was there was also the of course. The interest in surgery wasn't but I think everything was so tragic and when I watched a grab Barker's a documentary about surgery. I was confused that we had. All the elements for for featuring because not not always the live of. That you admire and you think sending Portland or not always that that life is GonNa. Make into Egypt film. And I think the surge was life was full of full of contradictions because he was at the same world's Mr. Fix it, but at the same time he had a very chaotic forcing alive. He didn't He can organize his own. Issues! As a man, and as a father as a husband in so that was a very interesting thing for me. So I have to admit when I started watching the film with my husband because we were big Narcos, fans as I could wait a minute. How? WHO WAIT! Go our and at one point in. Sergio you take your shirt off and he's so skinny. Forty House for Pablo. was you know before before doing Pablo? A that was sort of lot how I look. I had to gain a lot of weight to to play to play Pablo. Escobar but surgery was a guy was always very concerned with his He emphasized all the time he was. A he was a handsome he had to you, know he he. He had a very area. was very always very. Whatever he was, even you, if you're. In eastern more. Was Iran. He was jogging every days. So how'd you gain the weight? And then? How did you lose it? Gained is super is very easy. And much more fun. Much more fun. I see my kids playing here and I was I remember when it was a started working on Pablo was. Hanging out with them and eating whatever they will have no pizzas and burgers than. Fun But there was a point when when debt started to make me feel really bad. Because there wasn't my buddy. was you know it was and I was just eating junk food and Junk Food and that was really bad for me that I don't know if I would do that again. And, then how JEB losing it? How long did it take? To lose I've I've. It was like when I when I rapped narcos I wanted to I wanted to get rid of gnarly. The the weight itself, but I wanted to get rid of the energy of the at character so I started a I I made this her. Vegan started to eat Vegan for. Today! I don't eat need ner chee-chen after. After after Marco's. An exercise in boxing. Jujitsu recently that I I. The only order really like. Do. Now I'm GonNa take a short break, but when we return more reveals what happened. When he reached out to his family, plus he recalls meeting on arms for the first time, and then later, I second guessed on this week's big ticket Sandra. Right back. IHEART radio and state farm know that the graduation stage is the first of many, and while grads may not be walking across one this year. They can get the off. They've always dreamed of with our new podcast commencement, featuring inspiring speeches from the biggest names like John. Legend I'm honored to have the chance to speak to to share in the special moment. Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience. Chelsea handler jared to do things that scare you if you can embrace. Embrace the unknown and fully jump into what life has to offer. There will be much to celebrate and much to enjoy and cash. Reflect on the work you've done and celebrate moving into your new phase. These iconic names all coming together to celebrate you. The class of twenty twenty listened iheartradio's new podcast commencement brought to you by state farm speeches are now available on iheartradio, APP, or wherever you get your podcasts and remember state farm will be there for this stage and every stage after like a good neighbor state farm astaire. Welcome back to the big ticket. Here's more Wagner Mora. You're also producer on. Sergio, tell me a little bit more now. You said you said you know you WANNA see more. That people portrayed in ways that aren't steroids we assume. The most sub represented group at Nicole Group in in Hollywood a not only. Narrowly, regarding to the amount of characters that Latin actress play, but especially the way the are seen A. It's. Stereotypes are very This is coming from a guy who played polo bar. It's. Always the. The violent Latin. Latino or the sexy Latina or the everything is related to or either crime or and I think it's. It doesn't represent what this group really is in in Americana Society, you know. When I when I saw for example, and I think this is changing, manage saw Diego Luna Playing A. Tar Wars Film. You know Roquan doing that. Character with his Mexican accent is I thought. Yeah,.
"malkin" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"I know you did Hannity's show for for years and years but the moment I make fun of him about all the time was when he goes so you had like. Msnbc is You know and Rachel Maddow's all of a sudden they're like the the fine men and women in the FBI and the CIA like they've become that and then I remember watching Sean Hannity. And he goes a this was around when those text messages struck in those guys came out and how they were trying to and he goes for the first time in American history the FBI has been politicized. I know all the sudden they just went from being a political moral actors. It's like no. I'm sorry you got to swallow this bitter pill which is that those organizations that you guys were championing for all those years. Look look what they did. Look look at the monster that that was created from all this. That's gotta be rolled back if you're ever going to get anything done. Oh you definitely preaching to the choir on that and I can tell you at least from my vantage point. Again of being in the mainstream of the conservative movement that more and more people are realizing that and there were many sort of discreet moments especially in the last ten years when that became clear for example the Obama weaponization of the IRS Against Tea Party People Immigration Hawks and pro-lifers for example And then obviously the weaponization of many of these agencies against journalists under Obama as well And you know was regard to military families. That are your sort of rank and file Republican families there. They've gotten their to. Why is it that you think that? Donald Trump made that part of his platform to bring these men home I live in Colorado Springs which is military community it's the home of Fort Carson in the Air Force Academy Intrigue for Air Force Base and on many of the people who identify themselves as Republicans and increasingly now as independence are exactly where you are and where I am now and yes. It took me longer than a lot of people. It certainly took me longer than where many of these America first kits are. As well and again it is that nexus and I think maybe that's a good place to end on And released it's. It's a matter now of having recognized that there is this nexus there is this natural alliance and then figuring out how to happen on that how to make it something that is actually a movement within the limits of the this two party or rather unit party system that we have to suffer under. Yeah okay well. That is a as good a place all ask you real quick before we wrap up. Did you happen to see the Hillary documentary on? Hulu not yet. Let me tell you something. And I'm speaking all my audience is as well. I recommend it go watch oh man. I'm only halfway through it. I started at last night with my wife. It is a complete pro. Hillary puff piece from her point of view. Run by her people and it still makes her look terrible like they just wanted to humanize and make Hillary Clinton look we were about seven minutes into it and my wife leaned over and goes. I think she's the devil. I mean she is just the she's not human. I don't know what type of lizard person sent from a foreign planet to rule over us. Hillary Clinton is but it was really amazing. Like I'm only halfway through but I really enjoyed it. I recommend people go watch it if you if you hate Hillary Clinton. There's plenty of material there. Well Michelle thank you so much. I would love to do this again sometime. I really enjoyed the conversation. People can go to Michelle Malkin DOT COM. That's your website correct. All right very good and I. I'm fascinated to see what what you do next going forward with your career. I really admire your courage and how you've always A. You've never shied away from controversy from worrying about what you know What insults are going to be thrown at you and you stand for what you believe in I. I really appreciate that. Thanks again for coming on. Let's do it again sometime soon. Absolutely I enjoyed it. Dave and you keep up the great work to thank you. Thank you so much and thanks of course to everybody for listening we will be back on Friday. Assuming we're not all dead of the corona virus by Friday. We will be back on Friday with a brand new episode goodbye..
"malkin" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"This is their idea that we go around remaking the world making the world safe for democracy and I just I wish Libertarians would get a little bit more credit for having been right on this issue and that. Yeah this is a problem of big government. You got all of these. Deep State organizations lying to people propagandizing them and the troops are the ones who end up suffering. So I understand what you're motivated by compassion for the troops and wanting to support them but they're the ones who end up suffering for all this stuff and look at every theaters. We have nothing to show for it after all of this after all the trillions of dollars the thousands of lives that we've sacrificed not to mention the hundreds of thousands of lives of people in these regions who had been slaughtered. We have nothing we don't have one even quasi victory to show for it and they still go on. Yeah I'll I'll say this I mean I think it's Steve Sailer who Sort of distilled Everything that's wrong with neo conservatism With the phrase invade the world invite the world and You know Over the years you know going through my libertarian phase. And this sort of you know mainstream Free market conservative. You know Americans for prosperity phase and we talked talk more about that know in a second To where I am now firmly on the side of America I I think that We need to stop sending soldiers overseas to countries that hate us and we need to stop importing people from countries that hate us And it's really that simple. I think with regard free market economics and certainly. That's where I came from like I said you know being read on Milton Friedman and You know sort of essentially the The Wall Street Journal take on things You know when I was an early columnist for the La Daily News and the Seattle Times. You always very gung. Ho On writing columns about you know. Local Hareb Raiders who were oppressed by regulations and and such and I was a big cheerleader for school. Choice for example which is one of the biggest pet projects of Dc BASED LIBERTARIAN GROUPS. And then I realized what was really going on and it goes back to the idea of the virtue signaling of creating the semblance of conservatives whether when I said that a lot of them are motivated by good faith. I'm talking about Blake. The rank and file right you are donating to these types of groups right but the project is It is a prerequisite to being conservative inc that you have to prove your Bona Fides someone who is not quote unquote racist and of course now. Definition of that is is is really. What's you know what's at the heart of of the problem here with with connick and I'd think about okay? Why why why is it? Why is cato pushing the hair ratings thing and why is foster freeze and T P USA and by the way Donald Trump of course made it part of his State of the Union right school choice of of all the things of all the things and And to me I'm I'm horrified to think of what what this actually has Manufactured because again nerves the sort of this guilt factor that your average white Republican faces when they question all of the donor class agenda for example. I was at a meeting in Texas where foster freeze was and he came in to a a group of of Texas grassroots. Moms and DADS who've been fighting What is still you know they call it. They say the common core is dead. It is not okay. And here's where I think that Libertarians and you know American first is when I call it myself America I. I'm not talking just about national sovereignty. I'm talking about parental and family sovereignty. I think these things go hand in hand and I think that the subversion of parental and family sovereignty by Con- INC Which is the Republican Party? And all of these large corporations working on together Is is is one of the most Little noticed an on fought battles. People really don't understand what's happening under the rubric of school choice. It's really a way of exploiting This partnership between these corporations and They government I. And so what you're doing is you're you're robbing Parents of the ability to defend their own kids or in the case of you know small business business owners to say well. What about us? Because you have to show that you're for you know the Hareb. Raiders ended the inner city. Kids in Milwaukee does that make me racist To say it now because you know when I'm sitting in a room of parents that are largely white and working class or middle class and have the same aspirations for their kids to achieve the American dream as the ones they're favored by these libertarian groups. It makes me wonder the real racists are Oh no I mean look agree with you on that. I mean on many different levels number one. It's just if you are a libertarian. It's such A. It's such a petty issue to spend all this time on like I'm against the government licensing against all of it. I think it's stupid. And it does hurt people. But it's like the government's about to spend five trillion dollars. It's like the biggest government in the history of the world and when people start on these my Oh my God it drives me crazy and I gotta say I think his father is like a hero but even when Rand Paul starts going on about how. We Spend. Three million dollars researching like fish. Dna or something in your com on man like you have a microphone and a platform talk about something that matters like there is just such huge. Such you know way more important issues and I do think that there is something about look just like I've said this before and I've gotten in trouble for this but I guess two things number one I don't understand and this is something that is out there. It's not amongst all libertarians Some are more based if you will and some of them are more want to appeal to the Social Justice Warrior wing which will never accept you. I just don't understand the idea of trying to like you will never be accepted by the left. It's like okay are you. Are you saying you're four trans rights or something like that? Oh well you're against obamacare. Then you want babies too. It doesn't matter like you're still you're still going to be a Nazi to them. So don't don't even waste your time. But the libertarian. Kind of fixation unperceived. Racism which is this intentionally broad word used by status. I mean like you know this. You know the biggest status amongst US love calling everybody a racist now when you mean racism like what do you mean? Do you mean slavery. Do you mean genocide. Do you mean like some horrible state action. Okay then great. Let's all be against that but if you're talking about someone's like personal preference who they want to hang out with. Who THEY WANNA live around who they WANNA beat. Well first off Libertarian. You've got a problem because that's a free choice. And you're supposed to believe in freedom of association and people have a right to prefer what they want to. So there's a problem but why are you obsessing over this as like the big concern and the only answer seems to be what you're saying that it's like this attempt to virtue signal to try to be like? Hey Look I'm not one of these bad people. Meanwhile the ones who you know like like I'm one of these people who's been antiwar for over a decade now meanwhile the policies of the Hillary Clinton John McCain's who call everybody else racist is actually to slaughter people in Brown countries and get our own people killed at the same time. Maybe that should be like a little bit more of an outrage and the other thing I'll say just real quick and then you can. Respond is also by the way. Just stop it if you'RE GONNA talk about racism fine but how about the be consistent if you hate racism how about the hatred of white men that is just pushed on our culture and completely accepted and by the way Libertarians? Just even whatever you believe. It's not a great strategy. You're like ninety seven percent white men so maybe you shouldn't go along with demonizing. What is your entire base may just for purposes. If nothing else yes all right guys. Let's take a quick break. I want to tell you about our awesome sponsor which is easy. 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"We also got a link in the episode description below. I let's get back into the show and so I've said this a lot to norm audiences you know in my revolt as a in Konic. When I did a lot of you know Lincoln Day dinners or speaking to Republican groups. Campus Groups To try and get them to understand that just merely critiquing illegal immigration was only half or less than half the problem. If aren't we? We weren't really starting to think about the demographic consequences of all the other guest worker programs massive refugee resettlement and what this meant not only culturally and civically but You know if you're just some you know Calculating sort of Utilitarian Republican strategist what it meant electorally as well and I think that for the most part in in in in my experience and having lived and worked you know from literally from coast to coast and an in-between the most rank and file. Republicans are really good hearted people that don't want to be seen as racist and this has been capitalized upon by open borders INC and so they can't even get themselves to think about these things without feeling guilty about it And so maybe that answers. One part of your question I would say that I would say that over the years that since My own awakening as it as an as as an out of the closet conservative happen on a college campus very liberal college campus over one Collagen in Ohio and there were really no sort of other options To find see thing there was there was no internet right so I couldn't just sort of Google the things that I had questions about and the the the main DC based entities that were courting conservatives and offering them. You know alternatives I can't remember the name of the group but there was a group that was That was founded by a former. Us Department of Education Official Chester Finn. Sort of kind of a standard neo-con dude And they would send you Milton Friedman's books for free and subscriptions so of course if you're on a college campus you always got a free subscription to the New York Times. I don't know if that's if that's what happened. You know where you went to school so they would talk sort of counterbalance. So what would you get? Well The Wall Street Journal Commentary The national interest and the public interest and so at the time. That's what it meant to be a dissident right. I mean well everybody else is Everybody else was against the war in Iraq I'm going to be against that because I'M NOT FOR GROUP. Think you know and a lot of the the issues that the battles that I fought were on campus for against multiculturalism. And so then you can see where like the seeds are planted for a lot of these debate debate groups whether it was mind when I was in college in the early Nineteen Nineties. All the way up to your TV USA and Yaffa type groups that it's like it's central to prove your Bona Fides as a conservative. Who is not racist like that? So that's number one and then number two was Fealty to this idea that Israel is our greatest ally and here we are getting into this territory but like it was sort of like an unthinking well of course of course and so You know to the extent that I especially in the last couple of years started thinking about. How does this fit into being America? I I guess that's where you need to start getting into dangerous. Territory and I always been at the forefront of warning about the dangers of dual loyalties. Especially in the wake of nine eleven. So of course the easy thing to do if you weren't because you weren't stepping on certain toews was to talk about the threat of dual loyalties of for example Muslim soldiers in the military. Then Fort Hood happened and it was like Halsey I told you so. The Guy was himself was holding. Briefings with his Pentagon supervisors telling them that. It was a problem or when I wrote a very controversial book and I know a lot of Libertarians. Didn't like it. I think in large part they didn't even bother to read it or understand what my point was I wrote a book about The Internment episode during World War Two. And you know one of the underlying points that I was making again that I think is is relevant now in many different contexts. Is that when you have mass migration and you have a lot of people who have tribal allegiances that get tested especially in times of war that this can put a nation at peril. Yeah well So there's there's a lot there I You know there's the the point about nine eleven. I mean obviously that it really is kind of crazy that that wasn't taken more seriously as an immigration issue because really what the nine eleven attacks on. It wasn't an illegal immigration. It was our legal immigration system. I mean these guys came over with permission and that it's crazy that and I think a lot of this is the neo-con thing where it's like. Well no the lesson we have to learn from. That is that we have to always have a troop presence in Afghanistan because Afghanistan is the place where you plot terror attacks for some magical reason or something like that. And it's you know it's because you mentioned the neocons there it seems to me like one of the big and of course this goes hand-in-hand with with the Israel stuff now. I know you're not. You're not supposed to talk about do a loyalty when it comes to. You know people who you know neo cons and stuff like that and it's funny maybe it's because in the same way that you said you know because you're a woman of color so maybe you had a little bit of protection although. I never really got the vibe that you had that much protection. You were pretty. They were pretty quick to call you all of the typical names that they'd call any of us. But but maybe because I'm a Jew. I'm allowed a little bit to talk about this stuff but I'll also just blatantly talk about it. There's not a debate whether there are some Jewish neo cons who have dual loyalty. They will tell you that they have dual loyalty. I mean you don't have to watch that much Ben Shapiro before he'll just tell you that his priorities America and Israel and find out if you want to say that but then we should be allowed to have a conversation about that much in the same way that these Democrats will openly tell you that this brown wave is coming and is going to guarantee them electoral victory. It's like okay. Well if you can brag about that then don't you know like don't be surprised when people who are against you are also against the demographic changes like that? That just seems kind of Nutty to me. But there is this thing where you're like not supposed to talk about like like you said before now. I don't know if I agree that it's like these conservatives who are just like it's out of their goodness that they don't Wanna be called racist but they certainly don't want to be called racist for strategic purposes of nothing else and so they find a way not to You know to avoid that but it also does seem to me and this is where I think a lot of people and I'm curious your take but I know a lot of people I've read Ann. Coulter talk about this. I Know Tucker. Carlson has talked about this. Pat Buchanan was way before them on this but people got kind of disillusioned with the neocons who I think for a lot of a lot of time. People were like. Oh yeah no they're good conservatives and after nine eleven were like now. They're just kind of doing the right thing and they would think these lefties were crazy when they were like these guys just WanNa fight every single war and they don't care if it destroys our country they definitely don't care how many countries they destroy in the process and I've heard both Ann Coulter and Tucker. Carlson who were on board. Were on board with the war in Iraq and all this stuff go you know those guys who I thought were crazy lefties. We're actually right when they were talking about the neo cons and it's hard after awhile to not see when you see the disaster that the regime change in Iraq was disaster that the regime change in Yemen was the disaster that the regime change in Libya was and then the disaster that the attempted regime change in Syria was and they're like you know what we need. Regime change in Iran like hell in salvation. Do you how insane can you be to think that we should keep going on this path? Where do you fall into all that? Yes and I've talked about publicly as well and I have a telegram thread on this that I did a couple of months ago and I've also talked about it on twitter. Obviously I can't talk about it on Fox News because I haven't been news Milwaukee time and so. I am grateful that you know some like someone like Tucker especially in the wake of all of the you know. The the Syria theater was able to to express these feelings as and thought says as strongly and with as much clarity as he has I was one of those people and largely. It was motivated by my support for the troops and I know that sounds so cliche but I think you know when you're steeped in this You know there's just sort of militant anti Military Environment on a college campus. It just seemed like the right thing to do and like I said that's what you know. That's where my sort of like major support for the invasion of Iraq. When I was in college came from okay so So then You know all the way up until Ho- when did I go to Iraq? I went to Iraq in two thousand seven and I went there With the cameraman for my video blog hot air and we had gone at the invitation of Some of the architects of the counterinsurgency which had not yet been announced so this was January. Two thousand seven and You know I was infused with patriotism I had a lot of friends who had And Friends of friends who had died in the crash at the Pentagon and the World Trade Center towers and so there was that visceral sense and I think And I and I and I do not blame at all People who were right at that time for rolling eyes at how long it took me to get to where I am Especially when I think about you know the thousands of young American men whose lives were sacrificed Not because it was in our national interest but because it was some other countries national interests and I will say You know at the time. I was very naive because I wanted to believe that. This idea of These counterinsurgency techniques and restoring civil order by having you know our best and brightest and strongest men distributing sewing machines and soccer balls. American flags to Iraqi was was going to work I was very fast. Iq when These Iraqis dip their fingers in purple ink kin who democracy was gonNA stick and then you know over the years. I had to be reporting and blogging on you. Know all of these wasted lives Families would contact me that you know their sons or their husbands. Who were big fans of mine had died in some Green on green violence attack in Afghanistan for example and And that's really painful and there's nothing that I can do to apologize for that. Whatever make up for it other than to you know the only way that you could compensate is to acknowledge your errors and Get other people to open their eyes and into listen to people who were right in the first place and trying to do everything that I can as long as I have the platforms. I have to direct people Who are free thinking enough and brave enough to say the truth. Yeah you know I mean it's like look I I appreciate that and I don't you know I'm not like trying to break anybody over the coals for what they got wrong in the past. I've got a lot of things wrong in the past and you know like these things happen and I and I understand how people are manipulated and how they react against certain groups and get all of that but I do think like. That's one of my like major almost like like my gripes with the America. First crowd you know like. I don't have the problems that everyone else has with them. They made a racist joke or the you know they did this. Or like one of them's a holocaust. Denier something I just don't care about any of that stuff like I. I'm very confident. The Holocaust happened but like if someone believes it didn't happen. I don't understand why this is so consequential like it's okay. You got one kind of goofy stupid view or something. Whatever but plugs me about them is. They're either disinterest or at times disdain. Four free markets libertarianism. All of the stuff that I really love and I wish that some of them would at least acknowledge that like it was kind of the Good Libertarians. Lake Ron Paul was right about all of this stuff in real time and not from a goofy leftist. You know America's responsible for all the evil in the world like I hate the I'm burning the flag. No like from a guy who served in the military who was a country doctor married to the same woman for fifty sixty years or whatever it is now like an American conservative family. Man Who's like we should who would tell the world. This is liberal policies. This is not a conservative foreign policy. This is Woodrow Wilson. Fdr like LBJ..
"malkin" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"But what the establishment kind of wanted in two thousand sixteen was Jeb Bush versus Hillary Clinton. And if you really go through it it's like tell me the major policy difference between Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton you could maybe say like they could have a passionate argument about whether the top marginal tax rate should be like thirty thirty five percent. That's basically where you are. And they'll act like that's a huge difference but there's really not too much rhetoric and literally they call each other Siblings Jeb Bush. He gave some sort of a medal of freedom to Hillary Clinton at some event in New York City said that he considered her his sister. I mean so for for free thinkers who arrive at this conclusion about the Kabuki theater of modern American politics that there's so much sand and fury over such a little band of actual policy differences. Where'd you go to sort of seek fellowship and to learn new information And so you know when I think about the trajectory of my own life and like I said I've always had grass roots and and and dissident roots I don't know if you know this And I've mentioned it before a couple of times but I voted for Harry Brown in nineteen ninety six because I could not stand the idea of casting vote for the swampy est swamp Republican creatures Bob Dole and his running mate Jack Kemp at the time and so know. I had my dalliance with libertarianism. And I you know when I was in high school of course read every Ayn Rand Paul and I still some some. You Know Libertarian. Leanings and principles on uncertain public policy issues but when it comes to the you know the main issues of of America I I mean to me. There's just no question that we can't even talk about anything else until we get this under control and so When you think of the The minimal differences between the top establishment of the Democrat Party and the Republican Party and that was the theme of the last book. I wrote Open Borders Inc. It is it is rather alarming because so many of us on the right voted for Donald Trump who did not represent Sort of many many of the core mainstream nor me conservative values that I've embraced over over the years But held out the. You know the only hope there was out there that would elevate you know this mission of Enforcing our borders and supporting interior enforcement and doing something to stop mass migration to protect American students and workers and families and yet you know not only does he have to come. Come battle the usual forces on the left but Many of these people are embedded in his administration. The high special power. Yeah okay so there's a lot that That I think is really interesting that I wanna ask you about their. By the way it warms my heart that you voted for Harry Brown. I didn't know that till today when I was reading that That interview that you were and maybe there is. Maybe that is part of the reason why you now find yourself at odds with conservative inc because you kind of always did have some kind of contempt for the establishment of the the Republican Party. Even when you are as you mentioned kind of part of conservative AMC but let me ask you this. Do you think like. Do you think you changed since the days where you were more just kind of in line with the conservative Movement for for lack of better term whatever. It was at the time Did they change? Was it both like what do you think happened? I think that's a really good question. I think on some core issues I have never changed and Since I started out my newspaper career in Los Angeles my concerns about mass migration the effects of illegal immigration at least at the time in La Were so visceral and so palpable and That was not something that was talked about in the national media and it was in large part. Because you aren't allowed to talk about it and the National Council of Larosa in groups like that were incredibly infected effective in Weaponising the whole Hatemonger type thing and Obviously I think I had some sort of layer of immunity because of you know my skin color and my own ethnic heritage it certainly never fully immunized against all of the slings arrows and the Ad Hominem attacks that have followed me and now of course this next generation You know in my case for the last twenty five years it didn't deter me So when I moved up to Seattle It was a different set of concerns and so a same underlying principles that I've always believed in with America first but just Different mammoth manifestation of the problem. So I I made a lot of friends with a warrant patrol and ice agents some along the northern border that opened my eyes and then when I wrote invasion obviously September eleventh was such a wake up call and I know it's Cliche to call it Pearl Harbor and of course Pearl Harbor. History has hall separate Unresolved questions there as well But at least you know. There was this sort of awakening of a basic sense of of At least what appeared at the time toward patriotic. Bipartisan agreement that immigration should be treated as national security issue. And then over time again. It's not so much that like I switched or something. It's just that my views had evolved on on other aspects of What was wrong with our immigration system? Guys let's take a quick break and.
"malkin" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Start the show. We need a rollback state. We spy on all of our own citizens prison are flooded with non violent drug offenders. If you WANNA know who America's next enemy look at funding right now. All these problems are being too. What's up everybody? Welcome to a brand new episode of part of the problem. I'm very very excited for this Wednesday one on one. I can already hear the feel the smell the snowflakes melting away. We're GONNA trigger some people with this one which I always love to do Very happy to be joined by Michelle Malkin who is a journalist. longtime political commentator She's written several great books Been on Fox News. Many times had her own show on CRTV for awhile and has never shied away from from controversy. Which are always my favorite people to talk to so Michelle. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you for having me Dave. I guess we were destined to collide at some point and here we are. That's that's right so we for like a which I love about these days. Is that a lot of these kind of connections in these shows come about through random twitter interactions and so you tweeted out something about my my show with when I had nick foreign ties on and share the link to it which I appreciate it very much and then we went back and forth and it was actually a somebody who was of course because a lot of people when I had nick on a lot of people are you know. Given me flack for that and they were like someone. Some Maniac Online tweeted out. They were Dave Smith went to hang out with Michelle Mick. Flynn says at the America first pack and and this is what he was doing there and I was like none of this is true. I've never met in person. I've never met Michelle in prison. And then you responded like hey why don't we do a podcast or something and then I invited you on so this is the beautiful thing about. Today's culture is because of this maniac and his ridiculous claim. Now we have you here on the show. So that's that's fun. Yeah it's it's magical. I suppose it's some sort of guilt by bit and Byte Association. Yeah but for me. That's always been the magic of the Internet and as you referenced. I've been around a long long long time and the very first website that I put up on the Internet was in nineteen ninety nine and back then the communities where people would have vigorous Discussions were places like I don't know if you remember this Learned about it but something called the well which was based in San Francisco and it was mostly leftists. But you know these were like the early days of Internet forums. And unfortunately there's been this inevitable trajectory of of what happens where you establish these freethinking basis and then at some point. It's it's too much. There's too much freethinking Dave and the some set of self anointed Thought and free speech police speech police come in and ruined thing and that happened to the well I think in in large part had happened to a lot of the blog sphere and I was one of the. Oh Jeez of the early black sphere. I was one of the Geez of back in the day in two thousand six when it started There were essentially two political entities. That had a major presence. There was me and my Group blog hot air which was a video site creation site. Of course we were a little too early because nobody was watching video on phones because you're able to And the other entity was the young Turks and these were the these. Were the two places where you know people could at least choose or or whatever and then youtube devolved And then twitter was magical and as I was one of the first early adopters of that. And look what's become of that and then Now you're able to survive there now but you know I think the question for a lot of people last couple of years has been how much longer. Yeah yeah well. That's certainly a question on a lot of our minds who are people who are on these platforms who are constantly saying things that could potentially get you get kicked off of them. It's always been I was was talking about this a bit when when we had nick on the show though it seems to me like it's always been and this is the tragedy of it to me is that it's always the most interesting voices that end up getting kicked off and I mean this way before the online stuff I mean this was always on the left and the right and most of the time like I don't agree with with you know everything that some of these interesting voices are saying. Sometimes I really find. Some of their views vary objection about. But there's even people like you know. It always seemed to me like the interesting left-wingers would always kind of not get invited into the major publications into onto cable news things like that. I'd always rather hear from like even like Phil Donahue who? I'm sure I didn't agree with a lot but he got kicked off MSNBC. I was always more interested to hear from him than I was. In Chris Matthews I was more interested in like Noam Chomsky or some kind of like intellectual. Lefty who would kind of get like alienated and pushed off to the side. And then on the right wing. I always thought the most interesting people always got kicked out of the movement. I mean you know like the John Birch Society guys just were always more interesting to me than the Bill Buckley. I`ts you know like they were always like now. I think they were wrong. I people labeled them as being racist or something I just thought they were just a little Kooky and conspiratorial but they were kind of interesting and then you know the kind of Pat Buchanan. Paul Godfried Murray Rothbart. All these guys who really interesting perspectives. All kind of got pushed aside. And then what you're left with. Is this kind of bland. Boring Goup of I could tell you what you're GonNa say before you even open your mouth and now they're trying to do that with the Internet and I hate it. Yeah I totally agree with you and I always had sort of grassroots dissident sensibility even when I was in Con Inc but not of it and so I never felt fully comfortable and there were many times over the years And I was a Fox News contributor officially for you know almost from the time that Fox News was born Until a couple of years ago and there would be times. I'm dishing at bay because I can't because I have the freedom to do it where I would say something that I thought was somewhat anodyne. And then you know there are different ways that these corporate media entities will handle troublemakers or dissidence and You know they want to send a message without ever saying anything explicit if you know what I mean and it would never caused me to back off anything I ever said and one of the I think one of the the benefits that I had or one of the assets that I had was I had already established myself as an independent media presence. Unlike a lot of the people that are on Fox News that as you say are these gooby boring mediocre sub par people and I'm not even talking about their character. I'm just talking about their level of sort of originality and an intellect And you know to accompany person in in in You know to to fill out like a Fox News contributor role. There's you know you have to stay in a certain lane It does make me admire the the people who have hung on for a long time. Who are able to push the edge as much as they can and I still have a lot of friends that I think are doing incredibly important work to try and bring along sort of you know the heard Tucker being one of them and Lou Dobbs who for my purposes and the things that I care about with regard to sovereignty and immigration enforcement and fighting mass immigration is really. I mean that it truly isn't an og When it comes to being targeted and many times being The subject of failed D D D platforming efforts and it's interesting how that were platforming so common now and we only think of it in the context of social media. But you know you can go all the way back to rush limbaugh. Who is now in the twilight of his career. Most young people don't really think of him other than as. Oh yeah that boring guy that might Parents listen to our grandparents. Listen to but he was the original Smasher of the gates and And for that. I will always pay homage to him. Even though again he has not been sort of at the forefront of the type of America First Platform items that that have been at the forefront of of my my career for so long. Yeah so what? You're absolutely right about that and you still. You still see the absolute hatred that the establishment has for rush. Limbaugh like they will. They will never get over that. Even though as you said he's become at this point. Just kind of a symbol of conservatism. Your father's kind of conservatism. It's not like he doesn't really represent a threat but my God the way they were attacking him when he got that medal at the state of the Union. It's like God's sakes the man is dying like what is so anyway. There's something to that that always like That really rubbed me as strange sick. Yeah and you know I. I hate to sound like a grandma but I think that the the the historical context is interesting When we're dealing with the types of campaigns that are being waged against Dissident voices across the Internet because the these were methods that were perfected decades ago After the Oklahoma City bombing it was Bill Clinton and the entire Democratic Machine The foundation that was laid for Soros's move on for example That tried to pin the blame for domestic terrorist attack. Or whatever it was. I mean. There's still a lot of unanswered questions about that. but try dependent on on on right wing talk radio and they tried to weaponized that And you'll see the same thing. It's well well you are. Free speech was dangerous and it Had some sort of nominal link to this mass murderer and therefore you are free. Speech is not free. Speech is actually hate speech and should be criminalized and then we had this whole entire episode and some people have never given up on instituting the so called. Orwellian fairness doctrine. And so you know. This is essentially a battle that we're fighting now and people losing their bank accounts and Being kicked off of instagram and facebook or whatnot. It's just it's just the latest in a long line of this. Free speech squelching That that the resolve of an alliance between the left and the right that have squelched. These interesting voices that we talked about at the at the very beginning. Yeah and and as you know we we talk about a lot on this show. Is that the left. And right that are in the you know in the L. approved allowable opinion zone really are very similar. I mean there's really not much difference between them at all. I we used to joke about this all the time..
Hurricanes hammer listless Penguins 6-2
"Morgan Geekie and Justin Williams each scored twice as the Carolina hurricanes ripped off five straight goals to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins sixty two just thirty three seconds after that broke open the scoring he found the net for the first time in his NHL career doing so in his debut for Robert Morris team both of Williams's goals came in the third period J. Gardner and Jacob Slavin also scored Alex not a Kovic made thirty saves as Carolina won its second straight Patrick Marleau scored his first goal since being acquired by Pittsburgh at the trade deadline Afghani Malkin also hit the net patristic Jari allowed all six Carolina goals facing forty two shots the penguins have lost eight of ten Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Crosby collects 800th assist, Penguins top Senators 7-3
"Bryan rust recorded his third career hat trick as the Pittsburgh penguins beat the Ottawa senators seven to three rust's first goal capped a three goal first period for the penguins which snapped a six game losing streak hasn't happened much lately so I think I get out especially at home hi this is great we just kind of penguins rookie defenseman John Reno scored in his return from a month long injury Sidney Crosby collected his eight hundredth career assistance T. NG since the creature had a goal and assisted two more Conor Sheary scored an Afghani Malkin had forces memory made twenty six saves for Pittsburgh James how're unlock Connor brown and Brady could Chuck all found the net for Ottawa but the senators lost for a fifth time in seven games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Eichel scores twice, Sabres races past sluggish Penguins 5-2
"Jack Eichel scored his thirty fourth and thirty fifth goals of the year both on the power play as the Buffalo Sabres beat the Pittsburgh Penguins five to two Eichel's first goal was the third for the sabers in the opening eleven minutes as Ralph Krueger's team was able to protect the lead despite a push from Pittsburgh just really pleased with with the four lines sixty rollers goaltending effort all the way through the lineup everybody contributed today and yeah it's an excellent reaction in a in a very tough building send your secure instant Sam Reinhart and Jeff Skinner all scored for buffalo Carter Hutton made forty one saves in net buffalo has won four of its last five if getting Malkin scored both of the penguins goals as he now has twenty this year payments goalie Tristan Jarry allowed all five goals in that as the payments have been outscored ninety two in the last two games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Penguins Beat Maple Leafs
"Tuesday night man. The leafs They're struggling they got pummeled by the penguins. Five to two and it drew some interesting comments from various corners of the hockey world Starting with their coach he said you have a team over there in Pittsburgh that's built championship culture and what's acceptable in. We're not there. That is something the inexperienced but we also have some very experienced players that should be more than capable of leading the way now. You can look at Toronto Ross. Then there's not a lot of players who qualify as very experienced and eleven producing and I think he can deduce he's talking about on that team I mean he did not name anybody but what do you think I mean. It sounds like a shot at of hours if I mean I don't think it's fucking nod. Spats he's yelling. Making seven hundred degree granted Japan. Aaron you guys you know. I don't like hammer on young guys and and even really anyone the they're just not getting done right now I mean Christ if you want to know how deep down would feel if I if I cared enough if the leafs one like as if I was like a hardcore fan. Listen to dogs rant. Oh that's one of the best in the business and he's got not only credibility but he's got fired too I mean. Do you want to just play the clip? Yeah fired up. They have no identity five on five. What's their identity? Pittsburgh is they got crosby. Malkin's who are elite players and they work and they get wins and they do the job. Toronto doesn't work. They don't work. You don't out hit you. They don't do anything they can score off the rush they can score in transition they can score on the power play. But what is their identity? They don't they don't really have one. There's playing to win and I told you yesterday about my dad's comments saying they're paid to win games. They're not paid to go out there and throw their sticks out there and say maybe I'll get two goals and you'll get fifty. They're paid for wins. Then I know the alumni. It's an honor to put on a jacket and go in there. But it's I talked to them when you go in there and the one thing that they hate saying his man. They're they're talented but they don't really work like their coach. He should be held accountable to. He's goes on there and he liked the accountability. It's big boy stuff. You can go on there and say these guys suck tonight. If their goal is to be embarrassed they picked out too but he let's go out there and play like that they'll get dummied six or two and they'll be awful in their own zone and the next day there's Lady Gaga playing on the music system and they have skill development changed the way they play if they're going out there and continually playing like that. I don't get it well. How many times can you say about a professional team? They suck in their own zone. They're talented enough to play better than that. You played on a team in Minnesota with zero talent. Just a hardworking bunch of guys but when you went into Minnesota unlike Atlanta who just sucked from top to bottom. You had to beat them two to one or three to one. That's the only way you beat the Minnesota while but the coach decides how the team plays and he. He wants to be accountable after the game. That's great call out the players. Go ahead but the way they go out and play on the. Ice House a ball bench one of those guys that make eleven million bucks if Mitch. Monitor's going out there. Being an idiot with back passes and stupid. Plays turning the PUCK bench him. Because that's you can't win games like that. It is not a skills competition during any shell gained time. And every coach. That coaches in the league. They say one thing competitively. It's a competitively marred to win hard to win yesterday like that.
Gourde lifts Lightning over Pens 2-1 in OT for 8th straight
"Johnny boards goal at two forty five of overtime lifted the Tampa Bay Lightning to a two to one win over the Pittsburgh Penguins scored school his seventh of the season what's his first in thirty six games so I know I'm better than just going ballistic I think I can I can P. B. effective and relevant to this theme even when I'm up not scoring solicit I was trying to take a lot of pride in and every little details of my games McHale circuits have scored his ninth of the year for the lightning and goalie Andrei vasilevskiy made thirty five saves in net for Tampa the lightning have won eight straight games in twenty of its last twenty three of getting Malkin scored Pittsburgh's only goal his eighteenth of the year Matt Murray stopped thirty six shots for Pittsburgh now thirty four fifteen and six this season Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Blue Jackets shut out Bruins, 3-0
"Four NHL Tuesday penguins power vessel wild seven three Sidney Crosby back after missing two months due to a domino's surgery at a goal and three assists but don't worry penguins fans will work himself back into top form shortly getting Malkin benefited from two of those helpers may please drop the double seven four Austin Matthew scored four goals in his NHL debut in twenty sixteen is very first game three and a half years later he hadn't had another hat trick since until last night well if you haven't tried he's got thirty four goals this season second most in the league and that's the fewest he supported any of his four NHL campaigns lighting struck down the kings for three in a shoot out black auction of the senators three two in overtime stars one room for the sixth time in seven games they actually have a list three two in T. favors less the golden knights forty two blue jackets like the Bruins three nothing get shut out the Canucks for nothing the coloring Connor show their Connor Hellebuyck made forty one saves Kyle Connor had a pair of goals islanders out of the red wings eight two Oilers deal the predators for two and the coyotes double of the shark
Malkin scores twice, Guentzel injured as Pens beat Senators
"It's getting Malkin scored just twenty seven seconds into the game and added another goal and an assist as the Pittsburgh Penguins top the Ottawa senators five to two since returning from injury Malkin has scored thirty seven points in twenty four games for head coach Mike Sullivan's paying with Jake into assisted a pair of goals and scored another as the all star racked up his two hundredth career point Dominique Simone impact record was scored interest in Charlie B. twenty five saves as the penguins have won ten of their last twelve both audible goals came from NYC Paul but the senators have now lost twelve seventeen games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Bank of England Audio Was Leaked, Giving Some Traders an Edge
"Welcome back. Tell us about the Bank of England and things going wrong so we talked about this yesterday. It's a story the times Discovered covered the the Bank of England's audio feed of press conferences. Where the Governor Mark Carney stands up tells us what he thinks about the economy and interest rates and inflation when Malkin moving comments okay and that audio fate had been hacked to give certain client certain traders a massive five to seven seven five two eight seconds advantage that they got the information ahead of everybody else getting the information? Now that is can be a lifetime. in Financial Balk rockets and can provide the opportunity to make absolutely millions and the Times has followed yesterday. Story today's story with it looks like it was interviews with various these hedge funds hedge funds bragging about making millions from this audio feed where they had this five second advantage we also discover that one of the companies involved in the scandal. According to The Times had actually been given advance copies of speeches. Made Mark Carney very very sensitive publications locations directly from the bank under the embargo now now journalists. Get things from all kinds of places under embargo. You can't publish it you can't print it subjectively inside information and you can't. You can't put it out there. You can't trade on until the embargo is listed normally has a specific time but of course trading clients alliance then journalists. They SH- they shouldn't really be getting information under embargo because they can use it to trade. Now the company involved it said has now now stopped has has no longer getting access to that information. That is a good thing. But many people according a cooling for the Bank of England's person responsible for this as the chief operating officer to resign this really big cult. That word mistake is the mistake by the Bank of England and not only that we find out that European Central Bank. The Europe Central Bank looked this earlier this year. So you would have thought the Bank of England would say all the Europeans bike is looking at that data security. Maybe we should as well. It's also deeply. I wanted the Bank of England itself is responsible for regulation and responsible table for checking the markets affair. It's sort of. It's a financial regulator itself has had to refer itself to the other financial regulator the financial conduct authority authorities. So here we have. We have got the Bank of England. The central bank a regulator putting his hands up ago. Did we've made a huge mistake. Let us refers to one of if the other regulators I mean it is a huge huge mistake. Other companies want to work you know work with data security. What on Earth was the Bank of minglan thanking Lewis Capable have to leave it there? Thank you very much indeed for joining us on monocle twenty four
Pens rally to win 4-3 in OT, ending Isles' 10-game streak
"Brian rescued a pair goals as the penguins rallied from a three goal deficit to defeat the islanders forty three in overtime Russ scored the game winner with a minute thirty five left the no T. after stealing the pop from Brock Nelson behind the net the penguins scored three goals in a span of seven minutes in ten seconds early in the third period to even the game at three Jared McCann scored the penguins first goal fall by Rustin of getting Malkin it was McCann's goal that Russ credited for turning the momentum for the penguins trying to think feel good that could come with you Ginny family practice build up that the win ended a three game skid for Pittsburgh while simultaneously snapping the islanders ten game winning streak cases he gets cal Clutterbuck an atom pelik scored for the islanders the loss Christian Arnold New York
New York City Lawmakers Pass Landmark Climate Measure
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Fidelity Investments, taking a personalized approach to helping you grow and protect your wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage services LLC on the steps of New York City hall more than one hundred people celebrated the passage of a landmark climate Bill last week. It doesn't target cars or coal it regulates big buildings. New York mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign the Bill into law soon. He says it's the first law in the world require emissions cuts from existing buildings, and it could serve as a model for other cities NPR's Camilo, Domino's ski reports think of New York City's famous skyscrapers. Now, imagine the power it takes to heat and cool and eliminate them. And maybe it's not so surprising. That buildings are responsible for two thirds of the city's greenhouse gas emissions. New York City mayor Bill de Blasio called it. The mother load in an interview with NPR buildings are the single biggest piece of the problem that hasn't been addressed. And we have the tools to do it right now. Everything about this. New law is big it focuses on big buildings and calls for big cuts to emissions ultimately eighty percent. And if buildings don't comply they will face big fines recuse the biggest buildings if these goals are not met the fines can be one. Million dollars per year or more even so what does it take for a building to slash its carbon emissions? Take a ride on the Empire State. Building's elevator. The world's most famous and you get to see Bill. Flakes to the last ten years. This landmark has gone through an ambitious energy efficiency overhaul. Tourists visiting the hundred and two storey landmark can't see them. But retrofits are everywhere. Insulated windows dim -able lights upgraded air conditioning, tools for tenants to cut consumption. Even that elevator is more efficient. There is no silver bullet these are lots of little pieces. So we call it silver buckshot, Anthony Malkin is the CEO of the Empire State realty trust which owns the building when you were deuce energy consumption, reduce carbon up. It's very simple. The Empire State building has dramatically slashed both energy use and emissions. But New York City's new legislation ultimately calls for even more cuts. This is absolutely a step that goes beyond anything that we've even accomplished in our buildings. The new law will carry a hefty price tag collectively the required retrofits will cost an estimated four billion dollars. But that's just looking at the costs. There are savings too. From lower bills over time. I'm the Empire State building spent millions on those retrofits, but it is already made back the investment, and then some so some of the required retrofits will pay for themselves, but de Blasios technologies that won't always be true. They are the kinds of mandates that assum building owners will find to be stretch goals, and we'll find to be difficult. But that's the point. That is the law is designed to push owners to make changes they wouldn't. Otherwise, New York is already a very expensive city large commercial landlords are frustrated that they have to make changes when other buildings don't and suggest the law could drive business away. But the mayor emphasizes that financing will be available and the bill's supporters respond to concerns over cost by pointing out that climate change poses an existential threat to this coastal city. They recall the devastating effects of hurricane sandy muddied Silva. Feral runs a nonprofit that pushed for the bill's passage the knives over kids and our grandkids are steak, and we really need to. Take bold actions. She asks anyone running a cost analysis to remember to account for those human lives. Camille, domino, sqi NPR news, New York City.
Malkin closer to return as Penguins vie for playoffs
"The latest. The penguins could get Malkin back for the Thursday playoffs. If there's a possible playoff Clinton game against -troit's. He isn't play hasn't played actually since suffering a rib injury on March sixteenth. He went through a full practice today and said, he's hopeful of suiting up coach Mike Sullivan said Malkin will be a game time decision. Now defenseman crystal Tang also practice, but without contact. He remains day-today Tang reveal but he didn't feel comfortable in the three games. He played after missing extended time with a neck injury and decided it was best to take a digital time off. He set out the
2019 WGC-Match Play scores, results: Jon Rahm rolls, but big names fall on Day 1 in Austin
"Getting Malkin world golf championships. It's a match play event. Dustin johnson. On his match. John Ron Ron one seven and five ROY Maccarone five and four tiger three and one Henrik stencil beat Phil Mickelson two and one Jim furic came back to be Jason day to Jordan Spieth and Brooks kept each have their matches rice and d Shambo any impulse among
The Economic Year in Review
"The US economy saw strong jobs growth and record low unemployment in two thousand eighteen despite ongoing trade tensions that threatened to derail progress joining us now from Washington with a look back and a look ahead is Wall Street Journal reporter Harriet Tory Harriet this year, there was a lot to be happy about economically speaking. But there were also some weak spots as the Wall Street Journal has been reporting especially in the housing market. Generally speaking, though, twenty eighteen has been a pretty strong year. Yes, that's correct. Very thin. 2018 has been strong among the strongest rates in the second quarter that we saw in this entire expansion. So it was definitely a good year for the economy. The jobless rate went way down to three point seven percent is a forty nine year low which is extremely good news for many Americans. People to a working them incomes arising. It's been kind of a sweet spot. But of course, there have been a couple of shadows as well. So we've seen interest rates gradually edging up higher over the past. Couple of is the fed raise rates four times this year. What does that have a big impact on? Of course, it's mortgage rates in the housing market is a big piece of it when it comes to consumers. So we've seen the housing market really slow down inventory is we'll so pretty low. There's not that much on the market prices, a high it just creates a bit of a difficult situation for a of bias who would like to get on the housing Leto, or perhaps some you know, that hesitant to get a new mortgage because they've enjoyed low rates and those low rates not so attainable anymore. And this was also the first year under the nation's new tax code. Did. We see the intended impacts of that overhaul spurring more business investment, for example, as the administration had hoped it would we definitely did earlier in the so the first quarter, we're big dump in business investment and not continued in the second. And then in the second quarter that was when we consume as really seemed to sort of become cognizant of the extra money, the extra dollars in that pockets, the, you know, the low withholding and consumers, really Spence very strong may in the second of the quotas business. Investments seemed to slow the pace of growth did pull back in the quota. So there are some concerns that that sort of might have been it in terms of the tax overhaul that remains to be seen. We weren't see data for the fourth quarter gross domestic products until until late January. So we'll see we'll see how it goes. It seems like consumer sentiment remains at a high level and consumers like he spent pretty strongly during the holiday season. So definitely from the consumer situation. It seems like they tax cut did have the desired effect. You know, the consumer spending piece of the puzzle has been driving a lot of economic growth over this year business investment has been more of a mixed bag, but it also relatively solid Harriet. Let's talk about some of the factors that threaten to derail economic growth this year. Of course, one of them has been. Certainty over trade, especially between the US and China. Yes. That's definitely been the case. And we've seen trade tensions really throw Mockus for a loop on several occasions over the and looking ahead to two thousand nineteen the will she journal survey of economists polls about sixty Malkin, economists also the biggest risk is twenty nineteen on. Most of them said is the potential for trade war between Washington and Beijing missus it's hard to know how that might play out and people that nervous about it. So far, you know, we've seen tariffs imposed on suss and goods the impact has been pretty small inflation is still is still low in the US economy. We haven't seen a breakout of vacation that some people wounding about when the towers with us discussed, however, nonetheless, despite these relatively mild impacts on the US economy, it has created, you know, the trade situation has created a lot of
"malkin" Discussed on LadyGang
"Because it sounds annoys is traveling after his middle part together. And so when you turn the microphone back around you can really enjoy you wanna hear jacket. I'd like to hear okay? Oh my God. We have to cut this part out. No. It's amazing. Okay. Ready talk now thing turn it around. Hello. This is. I heard it around. And here's what it sounds like when you do shit properly anyway should so bad week bad week. We're back I figured out how to do this. It's everything's sounds great to us job my next week before the thanksgiving holiday, you know, as a New York hosting the prayed, which was fabulous. I was like, you know, what I'm going to be so festive. I'm going to set up my Christmas decorations before the holidays. So when I got back from thanksgiving Mary house to be festive, and I would feel amazing and I had like a little bit of free time whereas waiting for mail. So I was like, okay. Let's do I didn't do a ton. I did garland around my garage. And then I did three different like snowflake planters with candles that turn on automatic night and a wreath. Not I didn't go crazy. This year is an outside the court outside decor. Single christmas. Okay. So anyway, I put everything up and I left for thanksgiving. When I got home someone had stolen the six beautiful. Copper lanterns. I had put out and four of the automatic candles, which are very expensive. Like, it's the Canada with the battery in it. And you set the timer on it. Why didn't you just take all the candles? A camera. I have the camera and the problem is while I was working this weekend. I turn the notifications off. So now, I've thousands of notifications because we have like seven cameras, so I have to go through them and see what happened. You can't just focus in on the one camera. That's at the front of your house. I mean, I'm sure it can Jack. But I've been busy with you guys all day and figure out how to use a microphone so give me a break. Anyway, I'll do it. But my Christmas decorations were stolen. I am. So disappointed in humanity. Because steal anything still my Amazon box steal, whatever I'm getting at Nordstrom steal my goddamn now. But don't still Christmas. I I it's also gonna weird because you're a house is not on like a busy street that people would be passing it to like, no. It's a neighbor. I think your neighbors for shooting the lady game either all show her. I know how much she loves to decoration. I know I'm sure they are. But you know, what it is what it is. And go for self pay whose natural. It's good. Okay. So. We were doing a lot of traveling there. A lot of things happening and orally the dog my dog has been traveling her whole life like since she was a little puppy from Atlanta to New York to LA. She's amazing on a plane. Didn't Cameron Diaz like hold her? Once she brought her Pedder one exact brought her home from Jackson Hole in his lap. When when I was not flying with them. And he sat next to Cameron Diaz and she played with Orleans the whole time, I'm still convinced. It's because she was flirting with Zach. And she's just wanted a pet his quote dog. I mean, he's way better looking than her husband volt and taller at. Yes. It's true. Okay. So anyway, so early is usually really great. Well, this morning we woke up very early in Atlanta to got on a plane, and she's been having a little bit of diarrhea. Like, no thinks she got into something my sister's house, you know, when there's kids around there on the hor-. Well, let literally she usually is a stomach of steel. And so I took her out this morning at my sister's it was still really dark out as she got it the bathroom before we gotta lane. I let her out, blah, blah, do her thing. So then I'm carrying through the airport, and I'm like, and she's an emotional support animal. So she's not in a bag. I'm just holding her so early in the morning, and I'm like what does it smell? No. Yeah. And then I still can't figure it out. I'm holding her you can't figure out what the shifts Mel Ellas. And I'm like, it's not that bad. It's not like a shit smell down on the plane..
Sarah Carter, Dubai and Sean Hannity discussed on WHO
"The house permanent select committee on intelligence and there are some really revealing issues in here and we've been doing a deep dive into it most of the day we'll get to that throughout the program sarah carter will weigh in on that michelle malkin checks in today believe it or not there is a princess of dubai that is missing and it suspected by some that her ruling father could be responsible in her being missing we've talked how many times about sharia law and how women and gays and lesbians christians and jews are persecuted how we how many times why why where are the socalled human rights activists in this you know it's it's just the conservative sean hannity saying they are literally abusing women they are killing gays and lesbians in some of these countries as a matter of law you know marital rape in some of these countries is not a crime women are told how to dress they can't drive they can't vote they can't leave the country without permission they can't they can't they can't even leave the house without a male relative in some cases it and yet the clinton foundation took how many millions and millions and millions of dollars from some of these countries now i know the world i know the us can't fix the world's problems no it assist you know linda was actually very pivotal in bringing my attention to this and she you know everyone loves stories about princes and princesses didn't they just have child number two willin what's her kate is the number three number three i am so far behind and keeping up with the bb count of the royal family prince louis the name prince louis we need a prince liam already is here's a prince is absolutely so we'll get to that in the course i wanna start with something that i know you're not gonna hear from anybody else that is so pivotal so important in terms of the way this country is how much progress we have made i mean did you see the images number one kim jong un crossing into south korea the dm through the dmz and literally shaking the hands of the south korean president and say you're not going to have to worry anymore about missiles and there is the new secretary of state mike pompeo great guy perfect pick for that job and now there are real negotiations going on.
Real Madrid put one foot in Champions League final as Bayern Munich rue missed chances
"A check of sports from around the world here's dan schwartzman thanks bryan england will be without alex oxley chamberlain for the world cup as a midfielder has been diagnosed with a need laghman issue suffered in liverpool's win over rome on tuesday actually chamberlain also mr previous world cup did injury real madrid windsor champions league i like semi final match with byron munich two to one as marco asensio scores a winner at the fifty seven minute market alleanza arena germany ray i will look finish off byron on may first at the santiago bernabeu in its third straight champion's league crown major league baseball news as texas rangers a place third baseman adrian belgium that sable list with a left hamstring strain while the atlanta braves have called up twenty year old outfielder ronaldo kuna by many be the best prospect in the game the commission on college basketball led by former secretary of state condoleeza rice as recommended the nba get rid of the one and done policy forcing kids have to attend one year of college before entering the league draft the committee which also consisted of mba great recommended lifetime bans for rules breakers according to reports former cowboys wide receiver dez bryant has turned out multiyear contract offer from the baltimore ravens as a twenty nine year old rather signed a one year deal to prove himself brian was released two weeks ago after eight years with the cowboys bad news for the pittsburgh penguins heading into game one of their second round playoff series against the washington capitals as a pencil be without of getting malkin and carl haglund judah injuries game on his third thursday in the nation's capital i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg.