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"maria theresa" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"It's tremendous under Nature when you have this kind of a demographic change happening that needs to be reflected in government they have to find a way when congress returns when the senate returns in a few weeks to act. It is almost too late. It gets more and more complicated to have an impact from these national laws. The longer it goes on at now's the time there's no more waiting around maria theresa. Are you confident that that will happen. There's been a lot of inside Talks behind closed doors about the importance of at least holding off and providing exception of the philip pastor so basically putting a stay in it so that there could be some sort of reconciliation around for the people's act. It may not be wh how it is right now but there is that slight possibility. But i'll share with you. I think michael will agree unless we ensure that every single state is playing by the exact same rules. How can we ensure that our vote com. Next year will be certified. How can we ensure that the next democratic or republican president will will be certified with republicans demonstrated to us in january. Six is that they are willing to cheat an to put our constitution in our democracy at stake if the people that they want to win flus and so we need to make sure in this is this is not partisan this is not democracy with a bakti. This is democracy. Barnes itunes with the little de alley. How do we safeguard our democracy. So that it's not an autocratic institution where the minority is ruling at this increasing. Disenfranchised majority multicultural america. Right now with the census showed is that in children under eighteen years old. There's not a majority minority. There is Futures here in. They want to participate. They are anxious to want to be part of the system but what the republicans are doing is creating shinhan against that future cannot vote in a democracy. And that's why we need to ensure that we have the for the people and that's why we do need me engine. We do need cinema to step up. Recognize that this is not partisan this is not political. This is absolutely to do with the with the oath of office. They took their democracy. Is that of the people in for the people and they must be able to in order to succeed. Thank you to the two of you for joining us tonight. Mike waldman maria theresa kamara. We appreciate your time coming up. Tomorrow.

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The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:16 min | 3 months ago

The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna

"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be

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Iran’s president blames Israel for killing nuclear scientist and vows to respond at the ‘right time’

AM Joy

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Iran’s president blames Israel for killing nuclear scientist and vows to respond at the ‘right time’

"Joe biden could be facing a crisis in iran when he takes office the runs top. Nuclear scientists was killed. Daytime ambush friday. The scientists was considered the architect of iran's secret nuclear program that was halted in two thousand three while. Nbc news has not independently confirmed details surrounding his death. Iran's foreign minister has implicated israel in the attack but israel has not commented on the allegations. Join me now now. You're a hawk former state. Department senior adviser and host of sirius. Xm that global experience treat a policy of the quincy institute for responsibility in statecraft and author of losing it. Enemy and colonel lawrence wilkerson former chief of staff for secretary of state colin powell. So i'd like to start with you. Treat it what exactly is happening right now. What are we hearing. Well the latest is happening. Is that the iranian president. I've come out with a statement. Essentially saying that iran is not going to walk into what he called a trap by israelis to escalate and and create a war because that is in his assessment with the israelis wants But it is not clear if that is the view of other elements inside the country. Some of this debate is starting to be taking place in public in which the argument that is made by the other side is that these assassinations continued to take place precisely because in their view the iranians have not responded harshly enough to previous attacks and the only way of preventing future. Attacks is to respond harshly. This one if that happens however than there is a very significant risk for a major esscalation potentially war which according to ruhani is what the Always looking for curl wilkerson. How unusual would it be for the notes to have not been informed of this. Do you believe that the white house knew that this was going to happen. It would be extremely unusual. Maria theresa I have to believe that was informed Trump's whole effort now seems to be to be foul the recent election. So i don't think he's very attentive to but my peyot at sectors state is and i'll remind your viewers of what's up their defense robert gates Now my chancellor. William and mary that the saudis are willing to fight the iranians for the last dead american. And i would add bb netanyahu too much in yahoo in that. I think that's what we're looking at here. They want as a major outcome. A war as a middle ground outcomes they want a bombing campaign by the us against toronto nuclear facilities and as a minimum amount They want to foreclose any possibility of the new president. Joe biden reentering the joint comprehensive plan of action the nuclear agreement with iran and. It looks like they're well on that road to success to follow up on that. Because i think the what the colonel stating is quite implicates the perhaps the role of the white house in this we know that any who has been a very strong ally of donald trump donald trump has been very clear that he is an ally of israel but also want also was the one that was responsible for pulling us out of the nuclear deal with iran. And the idea that we're hearing possibly is that donald trump perhaps did this. No had israelis did this informing donald trump. But also is this netanyahu's attempt to do something under this current administration that he knows me not able to do with a biden administration will the binding administration has certainly picked up a where. The obama administration left off in terms of wanting to return to diplomacy and use the tools of diplomacy to box in bad actors. If we rewind we know. The iran nuclear deal was less about iran's as a terrorist nation and more about eliminating the ability for iran to get a nuclear weapon. That yahoo was opposed of the saudis. Were closed. But this was a coordinated effort between european countries including russia and the united states with the united states. Pulling out that really opened the door. Before is israel and the saudis to look to other avenues to influence the united states. You also had with trump national security adviser john bolton who was in iran war hawk and so some of that still remains netanyahu just last week was meeting and talking with mohammed bin salman the crown prince of saudi arabia. So they're looking at a ticking time clock of being able to behave in ways in which the international at least the united states will not be speaking up. An opposing their efforts so That's the key thing is how much can they. Box in. A biden's options By engaging the united states under a trump administration or while trump is still commander in chiefs treatise of the. Us has done officially commented on what occurred. What is your take when this idea that. Perhaps the trying to do is box in the president elect wyden. I think that's absolutely correct than i think it's also correct would counter wilkerson said that There was probably some sort of implicit green light from the trump administration for netanyahu. Go forward with this. However it's also important to recognize that. Netanyahu must also have calculated that biden. Probably does not have the political will to inflict impose a cost netanyahu if he does these things to box in biden and i think it is up to the biden administration to prove netanyahu wrong. Because i doubt that netanyahu would have gone down this path unless he felt that it was pretty much cost fee from him not just from trump but also from biden

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"maria theresa" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"You know, Maria Theresa, you you actually provided a good segue way of Ah, graphic. I wanted to put up for everybody here. This issue of whose hopeful and whose fearful this was fascinating and pew your feelings on the state of the country, and they asked the general question. Are you fearful or you are you hopeful? What was interesting is while a majority of the country said they're fearful Biden supporters, Hallie Jackson were more likely to be fearful 79% of Biden supporters called themselves fearful Trump supporters call themselves hopeful 64%. I will say this fear motivate the Trump supporters were more fearful four years ago, and that worked. And you're starting to see that and I'm struck by something that Senator Cruz said chef that he's been talking about. Which is this idea that if fear does motivate, it's an acknowledgement from the senator that Democrats would likely do better, and it's because of those poll numbers that you're talking about Chuck. So you're seeing Republicans trying to take that and spin it as Democrats are the ones painting this sort of dark, dystopian message to try to motivate Peter people to come out to the polls. You know, in reality, some of the language and rhetoric that we've heard from President Trump. What he's been running on so far has been this message of law and order, which his supporters appreciate. Critics say, Listen, you're talking about trying to scare for example, suburban women and some of these key voting constituencies with the language that you're using, and with the picture that you're painting, so I do think that is something that is going to be critical over the next couple of weeks. And I will say this the political, the political landscape. If it is a fearful landscape, we know that that usually is a greater motivator on pause the conversation there when we come back. How likely is it that we will have a.

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"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

"What it is named? Frederick Douglass GonNA say. This is realized. I'm not in the campaign. Thanks after Frederick. Douglass is not really telling people and everything you know right. Yeah so I think they're missing an opportunity and particularly equally and this is just free advice as well as you mentioned. He's young he's gotta run for something else. Yeah he's he ran for DNC. He's I bet and other activists I had on African American of to me. I don't think Mayor Pitas many black friends. 'cause we'll talk about things and I don't know if that's true without was not. I don't know allegations. He's a racist the sense racially insensitive or blind spot. And I'll tell you. He had the shooting of Eric Logan during the campaign. In the summer we had a black like man killed by white police and the media cover this. He called the media. I may have before you call the Logan family and that became a big issue there and and then that says so much. You're going to meet you making your statement. You're not calling the Logan family and many people in the black community confronted him on that so in real time now years ago not not ten years ago during the middle of the campaign. Yeah we're is not show and we did a poll earlier on Biden and I can tell you having gone to the side of the J. Conventions when he showed showed up and he was like pointing out eight people in the room that he knew like the relationships do matter. I want to give Michael here at the last word on this. What's been the response from the Buddha judge campaign to your reporting well? They have pushed back and asked us to provide context like he appointed African America's to the Board of public safety which kind of controls the police department. But one of the reasons is One of the people who were on the Board of public safety quit it in protest of him refusing to discipline the his white police chief and that guy was a police appear Buddha judge supporter uh-huh who is white and he quit because Buddha judge refused to to discipline this white police chief which is another thing that we we're saying that that Africa has a problem with African Americans but white voters to write a that that guy told me that and hr person in a neighboring county who is white told me they just pick out a police officers from south bid because they know if they talked to him dale what to leave because they no about the racism in the police department. So why people in south been know about this ignoring racial problems too. It's not just the black community. Well it this is a stellar reporting. Hope everyone reads it because it's important to have context for all of these campaigns Michael Harry it's always great to have you on. Thank you so much elder Williams Dean over OBA dollar. Thank you guys. Always always Maria stick around Maria Theresa. We're going to have you come back in a little bit. An up next we will take.

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"maria theresa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The author of a book that takes us into the seventeenth century in Paris, the center of the universe and introduce us to the sun. King himself. Lou fourteen his court his power his mistresses and the mystery and romance of poison the book is city of light city of poison murder magic and the first police chief of Paris, Holly. Congratulations. Your book is a treat murder mystery, compelling in this instance, however, you give us the inquisitors and the torture, and the pursuit, and the strange Justice of the sun king, but we begin with your wonderful epilogue. There is professor Tucker in the springtime in Paris. You're in the arsenal library, and you're reading from these crabby note crab handwriting notes that are four five hundred years. Out of date, four hundred years out of date, you reading very carefully of suicide by a woman named Dody, and it's scared. You why Holly what scared you about what you were reading. Well, when you start to look at these dusty manuscript, they haven't been looked at for hundreds of years, and there's handwriting judges from interrogators different types of documents that have requisition from criminals homes, and I was looking at this account of a woman who had lift a knife in her gown as she was being transferred to the Vincent dungeon one of the most forboding prisons of Paris, and they found her body on the floor of her prison. So, and I realized as I was looking at this description that I had been standing in the very place where she had died just the day before I spent some time on one of many trips exploring the dungeon in some of the less public places and had been looking doing the study of the graffiti on the walls, particularly in herself. And it was frightening to me to stood. In that space looking at the graffiti on the wall, listening to the bells, chiming, the cathedral, just outside of the cell and twenty four hours later, not even knowing that someone had died in their reading, a very detailed account of, of her suicide, she committed suicide, because she did not want to face the torturers, the inquiries about witchcraft, and that is what hollies book is about the inquiry is the drama. So we need to turn to the inquisitors, and we'll start with the king himself. Louis the fourteenth. We come now to the, the, the center of the universe of power, the time this is the seventeenth century will begin around sixteen sixty six although the main dramas in the late sixteen seventies Louis, the fourteenth has to counselors who are critical to his success, one Culbert, the prime minister, the man of peace the other Levada, the minister war, the man of. Of violence. How does he use them Holly? What is his thinking about his realm? Louis main approach as some king was to divide and conquer. He was it most happy when his ministers, when his nobility, the court members were bickering with one another for a place near him. So he specifically put move wa the minister of war and Kobe against one another by doing this saying, what do I do do I build Paris, dish, should I be building Paris into this magnificent, new Rome, or should, I think about expanding the frontiers of France and conquering? What was it the time that this Spanish Netherlands, or should I be waging war against England, and he made the two ministers, basically state, their case? And so it always rankled Colbert when Louis was at war warranted. Always rankled Liuhua, when Louis was building Versailles or some of the, the main monuments that we now have in Paris, this same. Attention louis. Also apply to his mistresses. He was married Maria, Theresa was an heiress of the Spanish throne, and he married her dutifully. And she married him dutifully. However, what Louis and joy was not actually using Maria Theresa. She had a job. She was devout and, and very careful and Queen producing children, what Louis enjoy was playing his mistresses off against each other, and we need to go right away to the major mistresses bypassing, Louise's Delekta Valliere. The first mistress sixteen sixty one to sixteen sixty seven what's striking about her, of course, is that she's not very passionate it. She seems out of step with the women were about to meet Molly. Did you did you didn't belong? What doesn't belong in wise? Louise. I believe that when he met her she was definitely virgin. She was quite young, very devout, and really resisted. The king's affection intil, she couldn't resist anymore because they have to keep in mind that Louis the fourteenth was king of absolute power, but he was also Hanson, very sensual, and he never ever back down from challenge, and I believe that Louise came that challenge for him. That's what she's very different because it was really as the French called hook against her heart to fall in love with him now that didn't keep them from eventually consummating consummating, their relationship and having several children, but she was perfectly miserable in his court. And in the end, it took a long time for her to be released from the court. She eventually ended up in a convent where she was most happy and she died there, right? She had the good sense to get out of the way of what we're about to meet, which is a couple of tornado. Does the first one it's impossible to Basel to fall for this Francois up to net ease called Montemar and her equally? Ferocious opposite. Oh, yea, who is confident. Let's I meet on tonight. He's how does how does Louis come across this? Firebrand. Well, actually how does at the knees make it so that Louis will come across her? She's a married woman and unhappily married, especially because her husband is not wealthy and she has very, very big appetites for all types of luxuriance goods. And so she pretty much makes it her mission to have the king foam up with her. She's gorgeous. She is witty and has an ability to tease the king in ways that Louise can't because she's still quite demure reserved even naive and after niece has this ability for word play and sensuality that, that Louis the king just can't resist. So she infiltrates yourself in a way to the in the court, she finds a way eventually to become his wife lady in waiting so that was, she's a sure to be able to go on trips with the king. And to be forever presence in present with the game Maria Theresa is does not have checked to these games because she understands Louie's always balancing off. Tonight has an attendant a ladies in waiting ladies in waiting, who is her her her match. How what we need to know about. She's a commoner isn't she? She's not nobility at birth. Not at all. In fact, she's the daughter of, actors, she's the daughter of actors and she lives in a really impoverished neighborhood in Paris. And at the knees decides to hire her as her tendon, primarily because she knows that, you know, eventually she in the king get together at the knees. Becomes frequently pregnant. And she knows the king sexual desires and knows that he it's better. He's going to cheat on her just as he has cheated on his wife. And so it's better for her to set up her own person, her own distraction for the king and be able to control that person. And that's what she does. So each time at NEC becomes pregnant, she makes sure that Louis has someone to keep him company so far. It's everything you need a farce. Yes, it's French theater, but we're about to introduce inquisitor himself a man who cannot help, but admire Laura, ni the sheriff the Marshall, the boss, the man who will find the truth to the trail of poison. The book is city of light city of poison murder magic in the first police chief of Paris, Holly Tucker's, the author..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is the listed. I submitted. See if this is a little over the top channel probably going to be reasonable. I would imagine coffee to be stirred counterclockwise. Well, yeah. Because if you if you do counter clockwise, it just it creates a whole. Whole equilibriums issue important, very red Eminem's own. They don't make them see that the bus stone then appealed Kiwi with all the siege. Remo- that's difficult that takes a lot of time stone. Then ice, but it must have no straight edges, and then I want to Mark Spencer sandwiches with the crust removed naturally. I want to speaks. But they must be imported from Malawi. Oh, there's Malawi picks are very very, yes. Those are something special. I figured that. Because that's where Madonna goes and steals all of her kids from so they wanted to have good toothpicks. Right, right. I wanted. I wanted the monster munch, but it had to be the pickled onion flavor. Oh, well, yeah. Because the other flavors just you can't you can't compete with them. Gummi bears. What the Harrow Gumi Donnie bears? You mean Gumi Goumas? So anyway, my agent at Phoenix in a witch and rescue cat puts her poor on it gives me the poor of you send it off to the UK, and they get back a nasty snow. How dare them you bloody American wanker bugger off which means get lost? Yes. I not look my agent the cat, right? If he knew and she's gone off into the litterbox piece me, so she leaves me on our own. So I can Email shit. Just kidding. How 'bout one dirty water hot dog? And they just thought this guy so low budget the fantastic. I was asked to speak down mar-a-lago a few weeks. Yeah. So I have my writer as well. All of my sisters. I need assistance. Of course, maybe five to six they need to be from England. If not I'll take French and Italians, my pomegranate, I want pomegranates, but the seeds must be removed as well. Yeah. Okay. Yes. An extra large bottle of Frank's red hot sauce. A fruit punch. Gatorade g two I want. The low calorie one handle is stoli elite if not stolley than Tito's low sodium clubs out, of course. And then pine cinnamon or non scented candles. Absolutely. No vanilla sunset, a diva voltage and a Maria Theresa style. Chandelier preferably in black or blush colored Brooks I want you to compare what the diva has wanted on her rider. That's Juliet Huddy. What I demanded and was rejected on it. She called me a wanker and what Joe Biden has on his writer as it's clear. He's running for the democratic nomination. Become anex, president one eight hundred eight four eight WABC. Sounds from me sound maker, oh, preferably ocean. Sounds one eight eight four eight nine to rain on.

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"maria theresa" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Well, we have a person who actually interviewed the Senator and tonight says FOX got it wrong. But I the power of speaker Pelosi on the verge of crushing Trump on the budget when we're back in thirty. Two big stories coming out of watch tonight, number one Donald Trump saying he'll declaring national emergency number to speaker. Pelosi cornering him on wall funding for the second time. We're now looking at live pictures here from the house floor lawmakers beginning debate on the spending Bill that has the exact same amount of wall barrier money that Trump would have gotten from the very first deal. He says he's unhappy because it's not a real wall not enough to build a wall. The times says it's quote, arguably the most punishing defeat Trump has experienced as president here's Pelosi today. Welcome to the Democratic Party. We are not a rubber stamp for anybody. We are not a monolith. We never had been and who would want to lead a party that would be described that way, I can also report to breaking this hour members of Donald Trump's own party. Not exactly thrilled with what he's floating tonight saying he'll do a quote, national emergency. Senator Rubio says it's a bad idea. Senator Collins says it's a quote dubious constitutionality Senator Ron Johnson says this is quote, not ideal. I'm joined by Maria Theresa Kumar, president and CEO to Latino which works on the Tino voter engagement in United States analysts say Menendez back with me Maria. Let me start with the big question. The obvious question is this. And I'm putting my buddy here is is this a national emergency or not absolutely not. And the American people know it they basically this is a third strikes. You're out for the president. We had three million Americans vote against him when he was up at free election twenty six t. When it came to the midterm elections. He got a shellacking by all of a sudden, a whole bunch of members coming in some that you had that were basically first time around, and you also had a wall that basically they said, no, we are not going to basically support the government shutdown for wall for you. So three strikes to route is Pelosi getting him where she needed him other than the fact that he's talking about emergency. Absolutely. The beauty of Nancy Pelosi is that she understands how to use every single ERO in her quiver. She understands the legislative process. She says you can go ahead and try to file a national emergency. But then I'm going to provide a resolution that is going to be voted by the house that it's going to be passed. And then the Republicans are going to be face to stay which side of this country. Are you on when it comes to the Senate in that is not a small feet buyer? Not at all, and you break it down, quite quite clearly at least you this really is about immigration. It's about politics, but it's also very clearly about in a field. And I think we have to be clear a lot of democr-. Rats have been outmaneuvered by Donald Trump at various points. They've certainly went out messaged, although people say he fights and plays dirty. This is a person with this experience who doesn't seem to be on the short end of any big issue since she's taken the gavel. Let's take a look at their exchanges. This was Donald Trump, and and Nancy Pelosi talking about immigration and other issues. Take a look. You know, Nancy is in a situation where it's not easy for her to talk right now. Please don't characterize. That I bring to this. Leader of the House Democrats who've just won a big victory. At least you how much of this is speaker Pelosi teaching Donald Trump how it works when she has the power. It's it's all about that. And I think she has taught that in very short order though. I also think there's another lesson to be learned here, especially as we go into a twenty twenty cycle where they're going to be multiple women contending for their party's nomination for president. Which is we often get caught in this inane question about a female candidates likeability. And if there's anything we can learn from Nancy Pelosi, it is that that is a dated question and that when you can express just incredible competence..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Welcome back to panelists here. Gene Robinson columnist for the Washington Post Maria Theresa Kamar, president CEO Voto Latino NBC news chief White House. Correspondent highly Jackson rich Lowry editor of national review and Mark Leibovich chief national correspondent for the New York Times magazine to reinforce this notion that there is pretty much no one left in the Democratic Party. Who's not called on north? We have to do a scroll of and these are just the prominent folks that have called for his resignation shit. You'll see James Komi is on there as well. For some reason, he Virginia resident Eugene Robinson. You're the only two people left are just in. Fairfax. Barack Obama, exactly. And I feel like rock Obama's a closer here that the last hostage negotiator to call. The guy like come on governor north them. Well, you would think that. The two sitting senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner plus the dean of the Virginia congressional delegation. Bobby Scott, think them calling him and saying you've got to go would have done it. Right. Because the entire Democratic Party in Virginia. Is against him says he has to go. He's supposed to be the governor of Virginia can't do that. I mean, how do you? How do you affectively gover the state of Jinnah and the answer is you cannot if you Aref north you you probably could not after Friday story, you definitely could not after after yesterday's made it worse. Oh, don't absolutely made. It worse learned covering Donald Trump's campaign and his administration. It's that the lifespan of a political scandal can be incredibly short, and I talked to some folks from strange situation. Democrats who say listen Ralph north could stay governor. Right. He clearly doesn't want to step down or he would have done it by now he has to accept he's going to be a lonely pariah who is weak and ineffective, but he could stay in that job. Because really the only way out now is for the legislature to impeach that's a fairly high bar. You have to get the house to vote on fees is corruption neglect of duty. And in the Senate two-thirds of the Senator move. I'm not setting aside what he should do because I think every democrat says what he should step down. What he could do is hunker down. For the next six months, and except he's going to be ineffective because the word should becomes very relevant very quickly here because if you're gonna use should it confined very much to one party, you could say that Steve king should resign. You could say Donald Trump should have stepped out of the race in two thousand sixteen. The fact is one of the safest jobs. You can be in America is a public figure is if you're countable only voters. I think the difference between the individuals that you mentioned is that the Democratic Party has really demonstrated brand. They've actually said look we are going to be Zillah zero-tolerance party. That is why Al Franken had to go. And this is why he has north has to go. And the reason has to be zero tolerance party is a lot of folks will say, you know, what he did this where he was twenty four that was thirty five years ago. Do we really want to have this conversation thirty five years when two years ago, we had Tiki torches running down marching down the street Charlottesville because they were just young young white American men just being to be impressionable? It's not okay, you're twenty nineteen four hundred anniversary of the of the first African were enslaved sixteen nineteen Jamestown as congressman mccutchen a mentioned that's going to be going on all year marking that all of the year, rich. You went to you may into public schools in northern Virginia. You are Virginia through and through. Just curious. How do you feel? Well, not not a great day for Virginia. I had no use Ralph Northam prior to this his comments on abortion, totally repellent last week is actually torched his credibility over this. But I do think outside of north them specifics of this case because now they're all sorts of other things in play how now he's been handling it. I'm hesitant about creating a political culture where lapses thirty or forty years ago are used in tirelessly define someone's life and career, especially if there's no evidence that they're part of a pattern that Jane that to me is sort of struggling with we have zero tolerance. And yet his record on the public square was ready. Good. Okay..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

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04:13 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Everyone when an emergency fund should be three to six months of must pay expenses, the more. You have must pay expenses like mortgage or something like that. Or the more. You have people relying on your income and your financial stability, the more money. You should set aside in something nice and safe plain old cash and the number three having the money talk. Now, this article is actually from November. But I didn't read it until recently in the New York Times by Maria Theresa heart called navigating the financial side of a relationship. So she started off with the sets. We've always heard that money problems. Often are a big problem with Mary in marriages people often fight about money fights about money are often more toxic and more lot long-lasting says she talked about how she has irregular talk with her husband every month. She gets the reminder that pops up on her calendar, and it reads, this is all caps. Hot talk dollars dollar bills, y'all. And she the whole article is is pretty good in terms of. All right. You've gotta have the money talk has to happen on a regular basis. And she has some good guidelines for what talk about some of. It is stuff that you would talk about to sort of in the beginning. Especially in the beginning of a relationship, but then some other good ground rules rules. So for example, talk about your money past whenever you start dating. Someone you made you always talking about your relationship pass. You should also talk about your money. You relationship passed. Now, you don't know we don't talk about the people. Do you? I don't have a relationship pass only the president. No, no, Ron doesn't know about your ex ex-boyfriends. Now, I'm I'm sure he knows that they exist that they were thing in my life. But we don't sit around and ruminate on. Oh this person. I one time we we were doing evasive. It was him. He was doing basic maneuvers in a trader Joe's, and I didn't know. Zigging and zagging hiding around things. He's like, I just saw an ex girlfriend, and yeah, that's like the that's one of the few conversations we had that was it. So you don't have to have that conversation clearly because you're happily married, but regardless everyone should have a conversation about their money. We talked about our buddy wave or the we Gotcha relationships. Okay. So that's something that you do in the beginning. Obviously, you don't need to do that every month. But a few other good ground rules first of all don't withhold information. Right. You can't be an situation where later on you. Find example, she uses a closet full of Amazon purchases or an online gambling habit. That's you just have to be forthright about all that stuff. But the other ground rule is you have to have become visible saying that nobody is perfect about money. Everyone's going to make mistakes. So you have to this top feel like, okay, I can own up to this. And it's not going to be a horrible thing. She'll talk about how remembering that all solutions aren't universal like different people at different approaches money. So some people will need to budget and some people won't and she put it in the context of Gretchen Rubens four tendencies. So you interviewed Gretchen Rubin back in November of two thousand seventeen aired it on air that interview on the she did we did. So if you look at that in the four tendencies are basically personality types, the way you meet your expectations and your outer expectations. So you're on obliged. You're a questioner the rebel and the upholder. And so if I could just like if you have two people who are rebels were married and trying to handle your finances. Boy, good luck with that one very tough. So does understanding that what works for you may not work for your spouse. But basically the bottom line is I just thought it was a great idea to have that monthly money talk, regardless of how you do it. But like what are you talking about? You're just talking about like, here's what I bought. Here's what I sort of. So my wife, and I used to do something called the Sunday summit, which wasn't just about money was about the week ahead. And then we transitioned to basically just doing it over Email. So every Monday morning, she sends me an Email of what's coming up in the week ahead..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Everyone when an emergency fund should be three to six months of must pay expenses, the more. You have must pay expenses like mortgage or something like that. Or the more. You have people relying on your income and your financial stability, the more money. You should set aside in something nice and safe plain old cash and the number three having the money talk. Now, this article is actually from November. But I didn't read it until recently in the New York Times by Maria Theresa heart called navigating the financial side of a relationship. So she started off with the sets. We've always heard that money problems. Often are a big problem with Mary in marriages people often fight about money fights about money are often more toxic and more lot long-lasting says she talked about how she has irregular talk with her husband every month. She gets the reminder that pops up on her calendar, and it reads, this is all caps. Hot talk dollars dollar bills, y'all. And she the whole article is is pretty good in terms of. All right. You've gotta have the money talk has to happen on a regular basis. And she has some good guidelines for what talk about some of. It is stuff that you would talk about to sort of in the beginning. Especially in the beginning of a relationship, but then some other good ground rules rules. So for example, talk about your money past whenever you start dating. Someone you made you always talking about your relationship pass. You should also talk about your money. You relationship passed. Now, you don't know we don't talk about the people. Do you? I don't have a relationship pass only the president. No, no, Ron doesn't know about your ex ex-boyfriends. Now, I'm I'm sure he knows that they exist that they were thing in my life. But we don't sit around and ruminate on. Oh this person. I one time we we were doing evasive. It was him. He was doing basic maneuvers in a trader Joe's, and I didn't know. Zigging and zagging hiding around things. He's like, I just saw an ex girlfriend, and yeah, that's like the that's one of the few conversations we had that was it. So you don't have to have that conversation clearly because you're happily married, but regardless everyone should have a conversation about their money..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Back everybody. I'm your host as the defranco's filling in for Dan Rae here on nightside talking about the shutdown and the junket getaway that thirty Democrats are currently on Bomani, eighty degrees. Puerto Rico going to Jim in Boston. Hello, jim. You're on the air. Oh. Hi, jim. Maria Theresa here. Well, I wanted to say or various still young lady and breath of fresh air. Oh, thank you know. It's a pleasure to hear you. Thank you so much. Jim. I appreciate that. Well. I'm just a listener. I usually try not to get involved. But I'm a great listener. That's good to hear. No, I'm glad you picked up the phone tonight. And I appreciate it. I was working on one of my novels, and I I put down on a tuna busy on heard you. And I I decided I just I listened for a while. And I decided I'd call you and tell you what I just said your breath of fresh air. Thank you. Jim. Your your compliments WBZ. I really appreciate that. That's very nice to hear. And I appreciate you taking the time away from are you working on a novel? Is that what you're saying? Yes. Yes. You're a writer. Yeah. Well, been adventure. And. You know travel around quite a bit. Decided run outside to have something to do. So I. Workout once in a while. And I ride my novels and. Submit onto a publisher settled there on Amazon to very well. I take it as a high compliment from a writer that you are pleased with my with my work. I really appreciate it. Well, like, I said you were a breath of fresh air. I'm not going to bother you much longer. I'm just gonna say what I just said. And I mean, people up the good work. I will do. Thank you so much Jim and call again, and I'm on the air on Sunday if you ever want to chat, then as well in the ring up from nine pm to midnight. Okay. God bless you. Bless you. Thank you so much. Jim take care. Bye. Bye. For that. Thank you very much, Jim. Okay. So next we're going to go to Fred in east Boston. Hello, Fred, you're on the air. Hi, fred. Good. Good. Taking care of chip in on this thing since this this whole thing started with wall and everything. I missed the beginning although Canada Canada. Yeah. Because you know, the legal will get in the country here. And then eventually it will go to Caroline's. So this this involves Canada the two. You know what I'm saying? Yes, I am some callers, maybe maybe they should shipping. Like, maybe forty percent or thirty percent of the Bill. I think now. Or maybe twenty percent or something they're rich country. Things started. You know? I mean, nobody expected this thing wall building yours. But it's not a bad thing because China. One thousand years ago, the great wall child. Yes. Is it? Same sizes Chinese walls known the Chinese walls much much much much longer. Here's the thing about the wall stuff. I don't think it would be fair actually task candidate chip in. Because this is our this is the problem create not not created by you or. Well. No, I'm going to analyze I'm going to respond to what you said is that our our pre our politicians created this mess, and unfortunately, it's up to us to provide the solution. And you know, wouldn't ask a friend to clean up the mess. That's in my yard. You know? So I don't think we should ask Canada to do that. And you know, if Canada wants to pitch in, you know, sure, we'll take some help. But I think really we have to bear the responsibility because we're Americans, and we don't we don't go with our hands. Oh, yeah. Thing is that the Democrats they hate the idea that the Republicans came up with Trump came up with this idea. I. They they don't want to give credit to Trump. They're saying. Oh, this will definitely be called the Trump will in the future. It will be his legacy. Right. They don't they don't won't give the name to him. You know, the all the the Trump wall. Great Trump will like the Chinese will write your actually. Little do. Yes. Everything. So that's why they Bill down the golden and actually best the whole point to table. They say Muslim being you know, from Republicans the same appeal. This. That's all. So in the future, they all keep the wall because who knows maybe in the future, they'll go like the Berlin Wall. So they will. Let's be clear because this is one of my pet peas is the the wall. The Berlin was actually absolutely nothing like a wall on our southern border because the Berlin Wall was built to keep people in as prisoners in easier. The southern border is to keep people out of our country. So they're actually diametric author diametric opposites completely one is protection for imprisonment. You're right. You're right. But still see that way because the. Some of this medical miracles there on both sides. They don't agree with this. They're saying, you know. On their lands, like they both languages English Spanish and the native not novel languages something. Or Jerry Indian great. That's well, that's one part of the problem is the land. So we'll have to work around obviously that will have to be dealt with in an appropriate and legal manner. But we have to get to the point of all agreeing that the wall needs to be built, which by the way, Democrats did agree to in two thousand six and so like you said if everybody if they they're just jealous that they didn't see that the American people were tired of being run over by legal migration. Like literally and people being killed. They didn't see it and Trump's first that's like, you know, he got there first and now. The money Canada. Put lose twenty percent. And also Mexico's put it list because this will help Mexico tools. They started this day because thing about drugs in Mexico and Mexico will Bill car the they do Bill. Call by the way, they are good. Yeah. We're getting. Fred. But I I have to take a couple more calls in. But I'm glad you called. Okay. Thank you. Take care Bye-bye. Okay, next. We're going to Joe in Rhode Island. Hello, joe. You're on the air. How you doing fine? Thanks, joe. How are you? Good. Thanks for taking my call. Come. So I think just like ridiculous. Most Americans think they're like. Uber. Fathom that they actually get the news watch the news. That they're actually John. Which part of it you which part.

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"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

"But I stand by them. She's going to have to talk about that more fully. Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. Let's let's talk Beto versus really on. I more interest and then to John Harwood who is going to have a stronger pull on Texans Maria tries. A you have an organization called Voto Latino, obviously Latinos he is going to try to appeal to the hearts of the Tino voters, very important to the critic party of tickly young Latino voters. But so is better and is also going for the black folks Beto is sitting down with Oprah. He's having his Oprah moment on February fifth because he's run into that's going to air on own. I was joking with folks he's been so aggressive about with the African American neck where he African American voters. He's probably gonna be on I on ethics my life, very soon. He's going so hard who's going to have a stronger tug on Texans and on Latino voters between those two now, I think they both actually encompass what Texas is the new Texas and that is enfranchising swath of Texans that have been not been Representative. If you look at who the Texas voters were in this past midterm election. They were disproportionately young they were disproportionately people of color. They were independent women. The. It was it was an exciting time for Texas. And I think that they both have a shot. But when you start looking at what is going to be the broad base of the this new this new presidential cohort that we're going to see to. It's the very first time that we're going to have a cohort of of potential presidential candidates that look like the American voter that look like America, and that is a huge win. But before we get, and I know you love this topic. But before we get to far out in order for a democrat, regardless of who it is has a chance at winning the Democrats in the house have to be able to put some points on the board. They have to be able to pursue policies that really resonate with the American public. So that they're able to differentiate what makes them different versus what is Trump because it's not enough to be anti Trump and to the cat camel point, if she's running she shuttered her her fund raising her fundraising account, most recently and reallocated the senatorial campaign and reallocated it to different groups, including an immigrant rights group. African American group. She's also from my understanding is also looking for office space in Baltimore reading. Absolutely, yes. She's going to announce she has to be coy. I I hear on Martin Luther King day. I wouldn't be with mourners done something similar in terms of spreading the money around let people know that she's capable of fundraising and capable of sharing John Harwood. One of the things that I think a lot of people are thinking is that all of this is very exciting. And if Joe Biden gets in it becomes a completely different race because he would blot out a lot of the fundraising, son. It looks like he's at least very interested in writing. He's run for president several times in your view does he wind up getting in. And if he gets in what does he do to the race? I'm gonna make a guess that he does not end up getting in. I think he's looking at it seriously. But I don't think he would blot out the fundraising son. I think the bigger picture joy is when you step back, and look, you know, the scenes in a movie where there's a big lock on a door and the law enforcement comes and detonates bomb and blows it wide open democratic. Grace is blown wide happen in terms of gender in terms of age in terms of ethnicity. I think that you know, in the twenty eighteen election, we had a gay man elected governor of Colorado. We had a by sexual woman elected Senator from Arizona. Anybody could catch lightning in a bottle and win. This thing we all have instincts about who that person might be on your beta question to Maria Theresa..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"He's left himself without any negotiating leverage. And the Democrats can just sit by and watch this spin for certain period of time while the effects of the shutdown land at his feet, and as you noted this is not a new problem during his business career. He was a serial banker. The artist he was routinely taken to the cleaners by other dealmakers who were well, more informed, more patient and more mature than he has and those sort of things have come home to roost in this negotiation. And no one in the history of American government shutdowns has has gotten the language of the situation worse of than Donald Trump. We saw him say in the Oval Office. I will do the shutdown all take responsibility for it. I won't blame. You couldn't have gotten that worse. Now, he's out there actually, pretending that he understands something about the federal government workers who are on their way to missing their first paycheck at the end of the week. And this is where he's going to. There's there's not a single Trump supporter out there who thinks Donald Trump has any idea what it's like to be a government worker missing a government paycheck. Let's listen to the way Donald Trump talked about that. I can relate. And I'm sure that the people that are for the receiving end will make adjustments. They always do and they'll make adjusted people understand exactly what's going on. But many of those people that won't be receiving a paycheck, many of those people agree one hundred percents with what I'm doing. Maria Theresa he can relate to TSA agents, not receiving their paychecks. Let's be absolutely clear a trust fund baby. President has no idea what the average American has when it comes to trying to put food on the table getting up in the morning trying to make ends meet having to not only make sure that they're paying their bills, but they're also perhaps meeting their medical obligations. It's nonsense and for every single federal employee right now that is for Lord or for those individuals that are there are working to keep us safe. Whether it's the TSA agents or those meat inspectors in rural America. So that we could have safe meat to eat at our table. I wanna thank you because you're doing above and beyond the call of duty something that this president has not only neglected to do, but has also actually demure his own service for them to more Brian my favorite line. And there after I can relate the absurdity of that Donald Trump says they will make arrangements. They'll just make arrangements government workers whose. Living from paycheck to paycheck who are running out of money. Donald Trump's arrangement was always to just go to his father and say, hey, Mike casinos are going bankrupt. Could you please poured millions of dollars into my casinos with the lawyer give me three million dollars because everyone can do that. And and what does he mean by making rearrangements that they won't pay their rent, but they won't get medical treatment for their kids that they won't buy groceries. Those are things that people make arrangements for those are hard core sacrifices that imperil people financially, and he's absolutely not in touch with any of that. And he's never been particularly sympathetic to the plight of working class people when he ran his casinos in Atlantic City. He stiffed his vendors. He has plowed willy nilly through his a blue collar workforce at his casinos. He is not someone who has any kind of personal or professional knowledge of the challenges that working class folks face. Tim O'Brien Marie trace Kamara Jason Johnson. Thank you all for starting us off tonight. And when we come back. Are Americans are feeling the effects of the Trump shut down. There is much more to come including the first missing federal paycheck for federal workers this Friday and presidential candidate went to Iowa this weekend and took questions from reporters and from voters and guess who asked the best questions that's coming up..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Senior legal analyst, former judge Andrew Napolitano. The president said he's threatening. He will declare national emergency to build that wall. Can he do that in a word? No, that's not me saying, no because the supreme court said, no one Harry Truman attempted to do that. When he the there was a steel strike during the Korean war. He asked the congress to authorize him to seize the steel mills and operate them against the strikers wishes and produce steel for our troops who desperately needed in the Korean war. The supreme court said no you can't do that. Congress can do it. Congress can pay for the steel mills and operate them. But the president can't do it on his own stated differently. The supreme court has made it very clear even in times of emergency. The president of the United States of America cannot spend money unless it's been authorized by the congress. Leading off our discussion. Now Maria Theresa Kamar, the president and CEO of voter Latino also joining us, Jason Johnson politics editor at the root dot com, and Tim O'Brien the executive editor of Bloomberg opinion, three are MSNBC contributors and Maria Theresa we have a report from Bloomberg politico tonight, indicating that the president and the White House are worried about Republican members of the house now peeling off and voting for the democratic Bill if Nancy Pelosi if and when Nancy Pelosi brings it to a vote again, and I shouldn't call it the democratic Bill. This is the Bill that passed of the United States Senate unanimously in a voice vote, no senators challenging it of democrat and Republicans supporting it Politico's reporting that a senior house GOP aide said that Kevin McCarthy, the Republican leader in his top lieutenants, believe fifteen to twenty five Republicans will vote with Democrats this week possibly even more and Marie traits to their starting to calculate. What is the number at? Which that could grow to override a possible presidential veto? Well, you just hit the nail on the head. We just elected a whole new congress that way came into came into the house that we're sworn in. Because the American people said, I don't care what your shenanigans are Mr President. I don't care that you keep trying to basically make these individuals. These caravan of individuals coming to our southern border and trying to scare us and making the midterm elections all about building a wall and about refugees and seeking asylum. Instead what the American people said is that they were going to vote in a new congress for new blood behind closed doors. A lot of the Republicans are basically saying they're making calculations not only further immediate future, but for their future and twenty twenty and they want to continue having these positions of power. They also many what I'm hearing behind closed doors. Also folks are saying that they are finally feeling that they are free to actually do the governing that they've been that they've chosen as public servants..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

"Is how do we declare victory? How do we make of this by saying you still want and maybe it's getting instead of one point three billion dollars for security? It's two billion not for a wall. And he goes we've got the down payment on the wall. And we all move on collectively as issue and people who are working for free right now can't pay their bills almost billion of them finally paid and kids who worry about getting their food stamps twenty million a month don't have to worry anymore about that. So I have no problem if he declares victory. We move on the nation to more important issues like the thirty Americans killed today by gun violence, claiming five eight children. Let's talk about that. Yeah. Absolutely. My panel is all going to come back next up. This great panel is going to tell me who won the week. All right now, it's time for this. Great panel to tell us until you. And dollar disadvantage. One week. Who clearly we Muslims won the week. Joey of two more Muslims in congress that we have a third one there with next up forget sharia law Shaquir law. That's what hips don't lie. No the realities. I American values one this week when you look what the hundred sixteenth congress all the first the first two African American women from New England to the first two native American women to. Yes, I too Muslim American women Rashida to leave in Ilan, Omar. And it really is a celebration of diversity. It's a celebration of E pluribus Unum for many one. And I can just tell you that watching shoot it to leave get sworn in wearing traditional Palestinian robe. I wish my late policy father were alive to see that see that this country that he picked fulfil the prompts that you can have any ethnicity and any religion that you can work your way up and make it to the United States of con-. So I just I wish he was here to see that. I think very proud moment for him. Absolutely. And I believe was at Ilan Omar who was born in on the Koran from Thomas Jefferson to that. The net and the other thing that happened to and I do I think that's a good exit Muslims on the week. Because there was this rules change. I don't if people remember when for Wilson was first elected for Dubose is known for these amazing hats, but she wasn't allowed to wear them on the house for because you're not allowed to wear any kind of headwear on the floor. But that rule is actually been changed a religious hit headwear, which will allow Ilan Omar to actually serve wearing her job. Which is it is literally a complete change in the way that this nation is going to look and feel it's on it's it's so inclusive and so that rules change happened immediately. So it's actually really a great day. That's a good answer. Dean. That's a field that we like that. All right. Let's see if Maria Theresa who and keep the good vibes going one the week our democracy. And the reason I say our democracy. It was that this is the very first mid term in one hundred years where we actually had a oversubscription let the for the very first time we're voting at presidential levels one of six voters were new voters. And we saw of who they voted into our in our congress Representative government, we're that much closer to actually living and breathing the car. Institution aspirated of Representative government, and that shows the power of the vote, and that shows the power of the American people that they're not taking this nonsense of what our country looks like because that picture that you're showing that's what our country looks like that's what America forty year record turn out this record turnout record turnout. But it was the most vegetation clearly hundred years. Yeah. Not by coincidence. One hundred years women the right to vote that the last time we saw that that passion. And then it's fascinating that you have the election of President Barack Obama this incredible backlash the other way with Donald Trump, and it feels like a counter backlash with this Mitchell. People say, no, we actually do want the diversity that was represented by that thousand eight election. And what did we get it? I'm alright did mill back. The pressure is only I don't those too..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

"And that I think it's very important that the two things come together to say, hey, there are some concrete ideas here that people are going to run on. You brought a Biden. So let's bring up the poll because Biden, of course, the name ID raise is way out ahead. He's got thirty two percent, at least in this particular. Join register poll that matters in the sense that people need to know who you are. Right. And so on Castro was pretty far down that list has a challenge in getting off one percent Beto jumps up all the way to eleven because we're paying attention to them, right? The media's paying so much attention. Bernie Sanders is sandwiched in between them, and I wondered Djamil if we talk about this being ideas primary, but with so many people the media can only focus on so many people. Do we wind up at bag and gets in having him just blot out the sun because he's the best known? He can command the attention of us know, actually, I don't think. So I think you would have with Biden is people being able to examine his record by not being allowed regiment, which is not always good for you as a candidate executive defective Biden is not currently in office. I think is helpful to us because we're not examining what he's currently doing what right but proposals currently putting forward same thing with Beto. Frankly, you know, we're looking at videos bet it was putting out. That silly Bill putting forward not someone right? Yeah. I think what I think is important for people that Coppola for people like Cory Booker for a other folks who are currently in office to the glut EJ was saying to plant their flag on particular issues and say, hey, I am for green new deal. I am for this voting reform and states specific positions that they can stand by and say, hey, I'm going to enact this when I'm president. They're all going to have to wait on things like Medicare for all of us here. EJ they're going to push this debate because they are actually legislating you. We're going to have to say what they're for. And I think you saw the challenge of doing what you've talked about this week with Elizabeth Warren laid out who she wants to be in what she wants to run on Rachel Maddow. Yeah. Educated about the media attention and attack that's out to Iowa and voters are interested in that the stores, but they're going to be a ton of questions about her DNA this song, and that's going to happen to every candidate is going to have something like that. Yeah. And it's going to be a challenge for the Democrats the way they win is to make sure that they actually put points on the board in the house. They have to actually demonstrate that they are not just going to be about investigating Trump that their policies will actually make your life better. That is going to be this this right now the presidential election is already started. But not by the full Senate declared what happens in the house and run. I think that would be good idea. Might have accused Guinea pigs announcements I, but I will I'll just by saying it is also coming on us in the media to do better because we tend to do a lot of style. A lot of substance we go for the shiny objects. I'm hoping that this presidential election will be different. So if we're saying that's what I'm saying to myself to all of us J Dion Maria Theresa Kumar, Jimmy Smith. What was great therapies perfect? I'd next up. The question that's becoming actually more buzzword by the day will Donald Trump quit before he gets impeached. Stay with us. Is there any chance that you might emerge as an alternative to President Trump and run against him for president in the primaries in two thousand twenty no you may have heard Iran before I've had that experience, by the way, I acknowledge the president was successful. And I was not he did something. I couldn't do he won. And and I recognize that and appreciate that. But but no, I'm not running again..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

"But I think that it's early obviously. But I think with California and Texas be on the same day. It can't be very complicated for Texas candidates to really make their Mark in California. I wonder how which one's gonna end up being more impact than they. Go ahead. What I do think. This is exciting is that you're having all these individuals that are not only qualified, but they're going to be able to compete on a level of ideas. And that is what the Democratic Party needs. They need to be able to say they need to be able to break through this idea of what is what is the Republican opposition right now, it's filled. The what what is that equivalent of actual policies that will impact the American people? And that is that is I think right now with the Democrats, and the people are actually thriving for they really want a sort of debate of how are you going to make my life better? And how are we going to push through the future? And the fact that we have a diversity said diverse set of candidates only improve it only works at me behave right behave in allow ideas to conform. To those words. Allen. No. You're just a small point games within games that we're going to see here Dianne Feinstein, the Senator the other Senator from California this week said she liked Joe Biden. You're going to have got something going on in Texas like that going on in California, but Maria Theresa's absolutely right in here. I think there's an interesting opportunity for democratic candidates to think about who is going to shape. The message that the Democrats offer not just message broad. But like the specific ideas, it's not just them. It's the new democratic concert Jordy and you're going to you're going to need some synergy because you Pelosi and those Democrats are talking about a big reform package democracy reform package and voting rights and campaign reform and a lot of others enough. They're talking about green infrastructure. They're talking about healthcare. And I think that what people people are going to get snap snatches of this..

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"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"maria theresa" Discussed on AM Joy

"Is six hundred ninety seven something March. Can get on a plane you're making it sounds. I want to come to Maria Theresa Kamar. Because one of the things that I think is challenging is that McCain Dawson side of the ledger. The argument is simply being made that all of these people who are trying to come through the southern borders are just a bunch of criminals and drug traffickers, which is clearly not true. But you just made you went right to drug traffickers Keeton when people know that they're agricultural workers who go back and forth. If you've been to the southern borders, you knew there people go to school back and forth across the border on it. Just ordinary commerce coming across the border not crime and drugs if you've been at the southern border, it's like the most it's just natural Trump. I'm going I think I literally just keep from Paso a couple of days ago, and my part of my family lives there, and it is the safest city in the country not pass literally. And it shares the border with Horace. Donald Trump has done is basically created this trumped up notion that we have to secure the border because it's a good sound bite. It's the only thing that seems to rally up his base. But in fact, it's it's detrimental to the wellbeing of Americans. And what I mean by that. Is that right now with this government shutdown? He's saying he just said in his breaking news that it's okay, people are going to figure out how to adjust the average Americans medium savings is eleven thousand dollars that doesn't last for very long. And when he's threatening to say that he's going to shut down the government for years. Shame on him because we depend on these individuals to also be our safety, the TSA's, basically going four Lord all over the all over the country. So so he is this is completely assure charade. We know that immigration levels are actually down in the southern border since two thousand eight and they've historically kept going down the individual's right now that are fleeing their countries are political asylums that people seeking political asylum. So if we can have a Frank conversation with the American people of what we need we need immigration reform. Absolutely. Do we need open borders? We need sound borders and security, but what he's trying to do is that he does not know how to legislate he does not know how to lead. And so his only talking point right now is let let me scare the American people to their detriment. I wanna go to jail because doing here from California the states that would be most impacted even if it was. Radically possible to build a wall across southern border, which it's not go to Google earth. Right. A lot of the southern border is liquid water. Right. A lot of it is desert. A lot of it is federal land like in California, a lot of Texas where you'd have to seize people's private property, which I'm gonna come Kate non but talk about this just a little bit just from an economic standpoint. A lot of these federal workers are in California after he has a lot of foresty of a lot of forced workers. Three people already died in national parks because there's depleted amounts of staff and people still going in them, right? So this is not just about being counters in Washington who also need their jobs, right? It's people all over the country like in California as well. That are that are without money right now. I mean what we're seeing is essentially America without adult supervision. I mean, we've seen that throughout the Trump presidency of of course, but we're seeing it really in our parks, whereas previous presidents have closed the parks during government shutdowns to avoid these kinds of incidents.

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