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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"I can't get more explicit than may say it may It's Tuesday September twenty fourth two thousand nineteen from slated the gist. I Mike Pass so much to get you. We've got an impeachment inquiry. The first step towards the second step to a Congressional Act which may not be followed through by the Senate but it is something. Oh and we are all messed that we had to learn word bro Rog with a British court ruled that the proroguing never happened can unlearn the word a young Swedish girl turns into an Old Testament. I'm in Prophet who screams at all of us that were doomed and somehow the reaction is see she gets it. What a great young person. It gives me hope no no no oh that's that's exactly not the point. Give up hope she saying give up hope. She has braids but she's also hopeless. Confront your cognitive dissonance well there. There will be time for all of that in fact in the spiel booby talking about impeachment but I wanted to give a longer than usual intro for a guest who needs a little no more explanation than usual so Laura is a writer and activist that she'll tell you who has hundreds of thousands of twitter followers who first gained fame with a scorched earth essay in eighteen vogue about trump gas lighting America the writer Roxane Gay tweeted about that essay the condescension surprise directed toward Teen Vogue. Oh G- for publishing great writers is a measure of how women slash girls are underestimated since that time Duke has filleted Fox News News hosts been profiled in the New York Times but also been the center of a few embarrassing stories such as her account of her criticizing fellow Huffington Post riders. I wonder what she thought was a pretty opaque cloak of anonymity but it turns out to be translucent buzzfeed also recently wrote about the feminist journalism awesome class taught by the twenty eight year old Duca. All Ten students complained to the dean. The piece was such a thorough. Take down that the writer Roxane Gay tweeted about that that story quote the Shelter Whiteness provides always shocks the shit out of me. Lauren Duca came in to our offices to talk about her book and we did that and you will hear the edited conversation. All of our conversations are edited by the way it's never my intention to make guests look bad unless they are insistent in making themselves look bad and I do you think it's my obligation to challenge guests but I did in the interview wanted to raise some problems. I had with the book for instance. She quotes an activist claiming thing. Did you know that abortion is considered unconstitutional New York state and as a journalist. She does nothing to rebut this incorrect statement she calls. NPR media reporter David Folkenflik flick an NRA media consultant. That mistake has occasioned her publisher to include a written a rotten note with all hardcover books. She writes that statistics sticks about low voter turnout among youths quote have inspired headlines like when it comes to politics do millennials care about anything from the Atlantic when I pointed out to her that that article indeed was in the Atlantic but it wasn't written by the Atlantic. It was written by allstate. It was an ad or what's called sponsored content content. This exchange happened. That was a week paragraph week pyrite that you write that duca writing about murder victim. Kitty genevieve's does does give proper context and describing the myth that rose up around the indifference of her neighbors in Queens. She says that America is being killed. In the way Kitty genevieve's the apocryphal victim of the murder case that is used to demonstrate the bystander effect. Kitty Genovese isn't an apocryphal victim but I had a greater point to make yet my pointing out that she's using the wrong phrase inspired this exchange. Wjr You correctly contextualized that we're not sure or it's probably not true the agenda but you call her an apocryphal. A myth I I was taught as fact is yes of course so the bystander effect is went. Okay so the better phrase would have been the actual victim in a murder case that has taken on mythological logical dimension and you say that's a nitpick but I was trying to get a different point which is by working outside of institutions. Lauren duca has has been allowed to write what she wants but sometimes for a young writer the Stodgy institution with rules can save one from mistakes sorry to get to that point because there was a lot of back enforcing. It was a rollicking conversation. I do think our editorial team did right. Bhai Lauren and with you with our final and I do hope you will listen to my interview to support for this podcast and the following message come from Google. US Army veteran Mitch Hoyt is showing that small businesses can do big things. It's Mitch founded Skinny Sticks Maple Syrup and started small tapping syrup from maple trees in his Wisconsin backyard and selling bottles at local stores with local demand increasing. Mitch was ready to make more syrup and expand his business is Google ads to put his brand in front of people who were searching online for products like his it just the first month of using Google ads skinny stick sold as much syrup as they had the entire previous year now they're connecting with customers worldwide with help from Google tools which is one of the millions of small business owners in the US using Google to grow learn. How Google is helping businesses in your state at Google. Dot Com Slash Economic IMP.

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"And and fighting and whatever for scrapping <hes> some of that happened as relates to criminal justice and <hes> Vice President Joe Biden and New Jersey Senator Corey Booker and it seemed like Vice President Joe Biden came to this debate with his briefing book full of Information About Booker's time. Time as mayor of Newark New Jersey why did you announce the first zero tolerance policy of stop and Frisk and Higher Rudy Giuliani's and he's guy in two thousand and seven when I was trying to get rid of the crack cocaine thing in my community you're dipping into Kuwait and you don't even know the flavor it. I looked up urban dictionary to anybody else. Translate please. I mean it's just like you're talking about something. You don't know anything about her. WHAT FLAVOR VERSA KOOL aid tim? My favorite flavor Palade is blue color and flavor booker to me was somebody who came away way rather effectively doing what he needed to do which was raised his profile. He had not really had memorable moments as much from the first debate and he had a couple of moments where he effectively effectively was able to critique Joe Biden and the area which he was doing this in in this part of the debate. We're talking about now. A small was the nineteen eighteen ninety four crime bill that Biden was very involved in in authoring and which there is some evidence from experts that it did contribute to mass incarceration cursory fashion so vice president Biden for all of the incoming that he's taken for the last month and a half is still leading in the polls and it big part of the reason and as I understand it awesome that he's leading in the polls is that he still has incredibly strong support <hes> among the African American community in particular. You're older people in the African American community who are incredibly reliable Democratic primary voters. That's right and I saw some evidence of that last week when I was out to to the N. Double A._C._p.. Annual Conference as well as the National Urban League conference he was very well received in both of those spaces and some people told me that they felt that the attacks Biden had endured during the first debate were unfair because he has <hes> as the Biden campaign internal polling suggests that he has about fifty fifty one percent of the black vote at this point that people like harass people like booker and others who need that vote <hes> are trying to peel some of it away all right we are going to take a quick break and when we get back immigration support for this podcast and the following message come from Google Veteran Mitch Hoyt founded skinny he sticks Maple Syrup and he's showing that.

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google veteran Mitch Hoyt founded skinny sticks Maple Syrup and he's showing that small businesses can do big things Mitch started making Syrup from a few trees and his Wisconsin backyard and now is one of millions of small businesses using google to grow learn how Google is helping businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact hello and welcome to Slate Political Gabfest July eleven twenty nineteen the u the north we the South Edition I'm David Plots of Atlas Obscure and the gap at is live in front of a patriotic and raucous crowd at the Kerner Hall to tell US Center for performance and learning in Toronto so Canada in recent weeks. I know this is this is going scrape a sore spot here for a minute but you've been betrayed by an American superstar who abandoned you for Los Angeles. Tell me about this last night. He said it was the one thing about Canada. I needed to know but now I'm not sure I remember the name of the player say say it for her so but you can. We know more because we've brought to superstars from America back back to Toronto to replace Kawhi is on my immediate wrong in the paint on my immediate ride hailing from the New York Times which is like the globe and Mail is Emily Bath Lan and on Emily's rights is a man who's really disappointed that we're here with the Rosedale elite to not among the the Yeoman farmers of Alberta C._V._S. is John Dickerson Dickerson before we get the show started. Actually I wanted to quiz because I had a revelation today. A Canadian revelation as I was walking around with new new Canadian friend I learned that you guys have a Senate which I did not know and we've already failed the crash but it turns out that none of you know anything about your Senate so we're going to do a little quiz breath and I want everyone so the question and I want you to be honest. The question on the table is how many senators do you have and don't Shush. You're being very bossy in American so the I want you to think and now I'm going to do a little audience survey. How many of you think you have between zero and fifty senators? I know that's not true because you have to make noise. Boys can't raise your hand. What is the noise you make ignorance? Somebody's saying though you do it on the shore John Okay all right how many of you think you have between fifty the and one hundred senators how many of you think you have between one hundred and one hundred fifty senators the answer how many how many of you think you have more than one hundred fifty senators and is anyone out here willing to hazard a guess at the exact right number been the right Genzer at some point yeah. I think it's one hundred five but no I did a survey at the bar before nobody knew it. It's embarrassing. I don't know I didn't learn that part <hes> room for other things in their brains. It's like a good thing. They're not bothering to pay attention to this if it doesn't do anything do we. Are there. Any senators here yeah seriously. Is there a senator here all right after thirteen long years the Gab fest is finally made a trip abroad. We are excited to be in this culturally impoverished backwater city and meet its its population of Benighted non-americans and

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on 1A

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Google veteran. Mitch Hoyt founded skinny sticks maple syrup and he's showing that small businesses can do big things, Mitch started making syrup from a few trees in his Wisconsin backyard, and now is connecting with customers worldwide with help from Google tools skinny sticks is one of millions of small businesses using Google to grow learn how Google is helping businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. Support also comes from RAF, these Roth these are the everyday flats for life on the go stylish versatile fully machine washable, and they go with everything from yoga pants to dresses skirts. Best of all there's zero break in period. Thanks to their woven design, seamlessly crafted from recycled water bottles, plus Rossi's always come with free shipping, and free returns and exchanges. Find out why BuzzFeed called them there forever shoes. At RAF these dot com slash one. Way back now to our conversation with Shane Harris of the Washington Post on Robert Muller statement this morning. And of course, we'll have more analysis on. What's next later this week on the Friday news roundup? Let's get to some of your questions, Roby tweeted how can the DOJ be considered of Justice when considerations of Justice are out of bounds. In other words, if a crime was committed, why does the title of the guilty party matter? Shane, of course, referring to the presidency. Right. So this is this is an opinion that was issued years ago by the office of legal counsel by the department of Justice, which essentially found that criminal indictment of the president would interfere with the presence of Bility's to carry out the duties of his office, it would be giant distraction in found openly as special counsel said today, it's unconstitutional. Now, there are some scholars and some lawyers who believe that opinion, by the office of legal counsel was flawed, but it is the controlling guidance for prosecutors. So is effectively the law of the land, as far as the prosecution goes. Does. And Bob Muller being very by the book guy. No one had any expectation that he was going to disregard that opinion or step outside it and here today, he said he was controlling this bears directly on his ability of whether or not they could accuse the president of a crime. It's just the way it is. Patricia asks with Robert Muller resigning. Can he testify before congress as a private citizen? He absolutely can't defied, I think Democrats are already were hearing from them, two minutes after the special counsel spoke saying they still want him to testify. I think it's even possible that the House Judiciary committee and possibly the intelligence committee to committees. I'm gonna speak to him might even issue, a subpoena, and to bring him to the hill and to get that public testimony. I was just going to ask you about that whether or not you expected that they might try to subpoena him. There was a statement that the House Judiciary chairman, Jerrold, Nadler released just minutes after the special counsel finish speaking it ends by saying, quote, given that special counsel counsel Muller was unable to pursue criminal charge.

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on 1A

"Judge Senator Bernie Sanders, author and spiritual advisor Marianne Williamson former HUD secretary, Hulan Castro and congressman Seth Moulton you can check. Out all of our interviews online at the one a dot org slash twenty dash twenty that's two zero dash two zero more with Andrew gang and just a moment. Sticklers. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Google veteran. Mitch Hoyt founded skinny sticks maple syrup and he's showing that small businesses can do big things, Mitch started making syrup from a few trees in his Wisconsin backyard, and now is connecting with customers worldwide with help from Google tools skinny sticks is one of millions of small businesses using Google to grow learn how Google is helping businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. After James rebels murdered in nineteen sixty five there was a national outcry, the back of the scene of the crime in Selma. Alabama Guinea, people responded differently, so what happened, and what could Justice look like all these years, later, NPR's, new podcast. White lies is seeking answers. Listen and subscribe now. Back now to our conversation with Andrew Yang. Forty four year old former tech exec who's hoping to win the democratic nomination for president, one other major campaign plank. I know we've only got you for a few more minutes has to do with something that you describe as human centered capitalism, which, as per the goals on your site is to make the economy work for Americans and not the other way around. Can give me one quick example of what human centered capitalism would look like. Of course. So we're celebrating record high GDP while our life expectancy has declined for the last three years due to surges and suicides drug overdoses, so what's more important to us, GDP or life expectancy. Obviously, it's life expectancy is mental health and freedom from.

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's Whistlestop

Slate's Whistlestop

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's Whistlestop

"Hey, I'm aiming this, the host of men up a new sleep podcast and investigates. We get her ideas about manhood each week guest will tell the funny, embarrassing or sometimes disturbing personal stories that will help you figure out what we have to learn and unlearn about being men also want to hear from listeners like you, as we saw through all of our own personal messages to get subscribed to man up in podcasts or wherever you're listening right now, we are in the midst of a serious financial crisis. And the federal government is responding with decisive action. Hello, and welcome to whistle-stop a podcast of the presidency. I'm John Dickerson of sixty minutes. Economy's humming. Now, unemployment is at half century, low of three point six percent of gross domestic product is at three point two percent. Consumer confidence. Is that a fifteen year, high happy days are here again? Right. No, they're here. But they're here until they're not here. The presidency is a job of emergencies, managing them and preparing for them. Global markets move so fast. Now, economic emergencies can sneak up as fast as a devastating terrorist attack will a president be ready. We'll the political system be ready? These are questions today. So even in a time of a humming economy, if you're thinking about the presidency, you always have to think about when it isn't speaking of that in the fall of two thousand seven the American economy came close to total collapse. It was a surprise to most experts. Talking to Treasury Secretary, Robert Rubin recently. He served in the Clinton administration. He said, a lot of people talked about slack in the system. But no one talked about the greatest collapse in the economy since the great depression, the panic that followed in two thousand and seven echoes throughout our economy today. Still, the lessons are fading because the system wants us to forget political majorities survived, by boosting economic performance political majorities, don't stay in power by telling everybody that the ceiling is about to fall and both parties. Depend on donations from the employee's of financial institutions that liked to operate freely, and so they donate politicians and the regulations that constrain them tend to loosen over time as people forget about the crises. Oh, and consumers they like to feel good by welcoming their friends into their plush new homes or watching the big game on their vast television screen or casu-. Elite accepting compliments on their swank new SUV. There are incentives in American life to forget the pain of the last economic crisis. And that's dangerous says former fed chairman, Ben Bernanke key, one of the firefighters during the great recession told NPR's marketplace. The enemy is forgetting that as time passes and the memory of this gets further into rear view mirror. You know, then you'll start hearing from congress and from the banks, oh, this is constrained lending. We should really start undoing all of these things as soon as most which we're hearing today a little bit. So we seek to give rough treatment to that enemy ourselves today, but first word from our sponsor. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google US army veteran Mitch Hoyt is showing that small businesses can do big things. Mitch founded skinny sticks maple syrup and started small tapping syrup from the maple trees in his Wisconsin, backyard and selling bottles at local stores with local demand, increasing Mitch was ready to make more syrup and expand his business. So he used Google ads to put his brand in front of people who are searching online for products like his in just the first month of using Google ads skinny sticks sold his much syrup as they had during the entire previous year. Now, they're connecting with customers worldwide with help from Google tools. Mitch Hoyt is one of the millions of small business owners in the US using Google to grow. Learn how Google is helping businesses in your. Or state at Google dot com slash economic impact, or was so stop today is March twelfth two thousand and eight President George W Bush was going over the text of a speech addressing the financial crisis in the housing market. His Treasury Secretary, Henry, Hank Paulson notice that the text included language ruling out, any bailouts of investment banks, don't say that Paulson warned the president President Bush was puzzled. We're not going to do a bailout. Are we Paulson said he wasn't predicting a bailout at the moment, but given the unpredictability of things he couldn't rule one out Mr President? The fact is the whole system is so fragile, we don't know what we might have to do. If a financial institution is about to go down. It was a prudent warning by the fall of two thousand and eight the White House, and congress had voted to bail out several of those financial firms, the great recession of two thousand seven to two thousand nine shook the entire foundation of the American economic system. It will be our entry point here today. Look at the role of the presidency and the economy in the context of that crisis when we think about the expansion of the presidency, the new deal and the second World War come to mind. FDR enlarge, the office to take on the gargantuan challenges at home and abroad. We also have had modern expansions of the presidency. So just as nine eleven initiated, a new era of national security challenges that increase the numbers of threats, the president must manage each day. So to the great recession increase the to do list on the financial side, it highlighted that the economy operates at a more complex and the faster speed than in the presidencies that have come before there are two ways to think about the presidency and the economy, I is stewardship and the second is crisis management. The former requires putting policies in place. Create prosperity head off disaster. The ladder. The crisis. Of the job requires knowing how to respond, when disaster hits the two are related as we'll see the ongoing economic conditions in America, income inequality, for example, shape. What's possible in terms of a response, and in this case that shaped what was available and how much political pressure, there was in responding to the great recession in campaigns. We talk about a candidate's potential for economic stewardship will there be more equality of outcomes will wages rise. What's productivity gonna do house trade gonna work out, but we don't really talk about the crisis role. A president plays in the stewardship role of president persuades the publican congress in emergencies. The president is a solitary actor, not the only actor but president has more influence in an emergency, bad decisions can be catastrophic. And yet, we don't talk about how catastrophic they might be when we talk about the economy during campaigns. This is not. True for example of how we select other people for jobs. For example, we don't train pilots to know what to do only when the plane is on autopilot while we're in the crisis. I'll of the supermarket. We should note that there is also a special display section for the role played by presidential advisers when I talked about presidential transitions recently with former Treasury Secretary Rubin. He didn't share my interest in the in the question of presidential transitions crazy. I know essentially though he said, basically presidential transitions aren't that important. It's people writing a lot of reports, but he quickly followed up by saying the thing to focus on his presidential staffing. If a president surround himself with people who have skill and expertise, both practical and political then in a crisis, he has people he can listen to. And it allows a president to respond quickly to a complicated and fast moving crisis in a way, particularly those for which he has no innate qualities to judge. So

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google US army veteran Mitch Hoyt is showing that small businesses can do big things. Mitch founded skinny sticks maple syrup and started small tapping syrup from the maple trees in his Wisconsin, backyard, and selling bottles at local stores, local demand, increasing Mitch was ready to make more syrup and expand his business. So we use Google ads to put his brand in front of people who were searching online for products like his in just the first month of using Google ads skinny sticks sold as much syrup as they had during the entire previous year. Now, they're connecting with customers worldwide with help from Google tools, which is one of the millions of small business owners in the US using poodle to grow learn how Google is helping businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. This message is brought to you by hotels dot com. Everyday thousands of people book trips on hotels dot com that you will later eight like on social media. What's a hate like between your friend, Kyle posts and envy, worthy vacate photo and you like it kinda hate it. It's nothing. You hate Kyle if that you hate that he's on an awesome trip, sitting in a bathroom stall at work. Don't like Kyle strip book your own with hotel dot com and get rewarded basically everywhere Patel dot com. Be their award. Now, the ship, he'll recently I was watching TV and came across what can only be seen as a betrayal. A betrayal by clever seeming writers of a beloved character. What did they do? They violated backstory. They contradicted, good sense. They willy nilly engaged in extremely disturbing act of defilement. I think you know what I'm talking about. It's an Eminem. Waiting for and here to help us launch delicious product is the newest member of our team, the hazelnut spread Eminem spoke candy this point in this commercial, the curtains opened. And we get the reveal there is no candy on the pedestal. There are some arms and legs there and chocolate he stain soon. The camera shows all the other Eminem 's, the m that we've come to know and believed to be friendly. Anthropomorphized candies complete with personalities and foibles. They're standing on the side of the stage they're looking guilty and they have stains on their mouth. What you ate the new spokes candy. Not all of them yellow peanut is right? You monsters left his limbs, didn't satisfy your disgusting, cannibalistic appetites, what the hell or the Eminem advertising people doing they made one of their candies. Each another candy. They're eating each other like a pack of starving. Diseased vermin on a ship loss that see how could you blink faith with the entire M and M's universe. You work so hard to his them, you give them faces and personalities reds kind of jerky alpha male are inches, a worry wart coded Jewish. I think MS Brown. She's super smart. And greens, Warney everyone knows greens horny horny for the flesh of her brethren as it turns out, the M's eating each other eating their what do their friends, their relatives or maybe even more disturbingly, maybe they're the hazelnuts, member of a rival. Tribe. He's marked as different or the other Eminem, and he falls prey to them literally think about how this moment must have happened. I mean, we see the discarded carcass of hazelnut. We see the other Eminem's licking their lips. Does it take a lot to picture in your mind? What transpired just moments before guys hazelnut? It's great to be part of the team. Yes, hazelnut. We were thinking of having you over for a quick bite. They're green. My, you are friendly, who you're putting your lips on me know, hey, watch the teeth teeth. What are you doing? Gabby. Again. The fish really is crazy. And I think quite a disgusting way to go with candy you expect to fair amount of transgression from skittles. But these guys eating each other. I think I'm going to be sick. Now, there is another TV experience that also engendered a similar reaction invested fans appalled at the turn that an established character took I am talking about game of thrones. And hereafter say spoiler, I guess by the way spoiler for that horrible cannibalistic death in the hazelnut commercial, I guess, if you if you vote that commercial waiting to watch it or until it came out on DVD anyway, further griping about water bottles and REO setting off, like five oh, mouse quits to discover the new world and everything else, I was just really annoyed by one development. Mostly brand bran as king. Detached nodal inscrutable brand. The reason I was pissed off. Is that I'm a journalist, and I just think this guy is going to be v. The worst on the game of thrones. Meet the press. Oh my God. The vague frustrating answers. Chuck, thank you for having me on though. I knew you would as I know all and everything that has happened. What do you think I came back and was bait in the gods? Would and had hooter hold the door. It doesn't seem to make sense, does it. But it makes sense to me a sense of normalcy yet. Normalcy. My little sister, killed a zombie that controlled every other zombie in the world and my bastard. Brother stabbed a Queen while her forty thousand guards weren't watching, and her dragon was sad, but not vindictive. Normalcy was your initial reaction when you heard about this, I control animals with my mind and to reference one of my favorite critters. This is all been batch, it crazy. You look for the moment where you won't think about it every day, I think about everything every day for all days until the end of time. I think about the north. My homeland hah. Having defected from my kingdom, meaning I the ruler of this kingdom am not from a part of the kingdom seems weird. My sister seems to think this was a good idea seems pretty bad to me by seems. I mean, I know it's a bad idea because I know all and see all and can never be surprised or caught off guard and yet I still have a kings guard to defend me. We're right. Not weird. Understand you might think it's weird. I don't I can't I know everything. Like I know the people of the north and I, I also know the people of Dohrn, narrow have anything to do with the other kingdoms western for the rest of us, I suppose, by suppose I don't mean suppose I mean, I know I know all this issue we are so divided regionally, and we're so divided. Geographically on this issue that this one feels like it's very hard to find a compromise because people that live in a certain community field. Defiantly one way, and people that live in another community. Feel defiantly the other way. Yes, the community that I would favor is the community with the dragon. I would say whoever has the. Dragon has the advantage in any argument. So I'm trying to find the dragon it does seem to me, like, pretty much the most important thing in the world. And by seem I mean it clearly is, it's quite clear to me, don't understand why it's not clear to anyone except Joe understand. I think they might be idiots. Of course, I am all knowing and all thinking and embody, the sense of all time and every animal and every tree philosophically is there a limit? Yes. Actually, there is squirrels. I can't figure out squirrels weird. If I shared my views really share them, it, would it would break, Chuck. But it was my pleasure to the extent that I experienced pleasure, which I don't the McConnell agenda is dark, and full of terrors valor Margolis, Chuck valor, Marcus.

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Throughline

"Minutes. I take responsibility for the failure of this project. And then he also said this barren movement, we were fighting for democracy. We haven't achieved it right now, but it's just over out our for the moment, which created the expectation that this was not the end. This was the beginning. When this outsider emerged first trying to stage a coup which failed, but then publicly recognizing that, that failure was his own accepting responsibility. That was something new for most Venezuelans this, Israel. Geico's he was a correspondent for the Wall Street Journal cacus from two thousand four to two thousand nine. So he became he became a star that was his thirty seconds of fame. That's when he burst onto the world stage, and that was all it took to completely alter the narrative of Venezuelan history. After giving the speech, Java's was escorted to jail, which only added his newfound stardom and so in failure. He nevertheless became the leader because of the circumstance another accident of history. Somebody else had been, you know, given that airtime. Maybe they would have been the ones to delete this movement and two largest that had also happened with what you at. Right in both cases, it was out of failure, and circumstance that, that propelled, their image, something larger, and then they can of road that image into bigger and better things. Well, not always better, but without a doubt, much bigger things were just around the corner for both of them. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Google veteran. 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Part two the iron hand so last, we heard of believe are he just been sent into exile, after a failed attempt at Venezuelan independence and it was during that time that believers revolutionary vision really took shape. Most people at the time they never got beyond like fifty miles radius, and he just traveled everywhere, certainly by by necessity. But also, you know, by choice boulevard spent a lot of time outside of his Walea organizing, new rebellions failing, and reflecting on what went wrong, and that burst rebellion the one that came so close to succeeding, those reflections lead boulevard, device, a whole new approach. I if you wanted to build up an army all types of people needed to be brought into the revolutionary fold, not just as Miranda have thought the Li the Creoles could yoyos aren't going to, you know, be the ones or charging into battle people are gonna be charging into battle. Are misdee- so mixed race peoples who can imagine themselves in better place in an independent system. It's slave for whom he subsequently promises liberty second boulevard decided that he would have to wage a different kind of war to stand a chance against the powerful Spanish army. He was one of the original guerrilla fighters because he, he was all about surprise and all about numbers. So even though you were naked in loincloth with a with a nothing but a stick, you know, if you had enough of those people, you could run over a battalion of, of, of, of Spanish with better armor and third bully by rethought his mission altogether. This can't be a struggle to liberate Venezuela. This has to be a much larger continental struggle. He imagined the South America under one flag, that would be democratic and inclusive of all the diverse people that lived in this wasn't just an effort to take power. It was. Supposed to bring a different kind of government one not just ruled by the elite, he called, this new vision of a United South America. Colombia. Great. Colombia. S one eight Agan USA. But then their photo of the dollar moon wherever Solon solving, which would bring together federation of independent republics, nevertheless United as want their idea, but confident, then it'll sort of oh, you're no carry on different styles. Gadget under former confederates him more and more people across South America began joining his cause. And with this army believe our began challenging Spanish troops in Venezuela, and neighboring Columbia, but it wouldn't be an easy path to independence Spanish were a force unbelievable force very, very violent and very organized military structure. But then in eighteen nineteen believers army marched towards Columbia and believe our new. They vowed a typical route the Spanish would defeat them again. So instead, he decided to take less predictable, but ridiculously dangerous route through the Andes mountains is Cole. Old. It's, it's rocky. It's mountainous don't easily pass through there. It's uncharted terrain hoping that the element of surprise would carry them to victory when these armies travel, and we need to remember this. It wasn't just soldiers. They traveled with they're women because the women were cooking for the men right on the battlefield. They were bringing their children. So you would have these great long trains and caravans of people going into war, which were like whole populations for weeks. This caravan of soldiers women and children trudge to the mountains. Some people got sick others died, but eventually the army arrived in Boca a town in central Colombia, about ninety miles from the capital Bogota. They come upon a battalion of Spaniards, who had not did not think that the levers are Megan comprised of these people would take that route and believers. Army won their first major victory volleyer needed a victory at the time to be able to turn the tide and to gain some momentum. And the Spanish finally began to look beatable no longer and invincible force. And within a couple of years, grunk Columbia was declared a reality as believe are set his sights on liberating the rest of Spanish, South America. And believe our became the first president of Grahn Columbia. Just

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Hi, I'm Mike Pesca. We've got a great show for you today. But before we launch into it. Here's a word from our first sponsor support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Google veteran. Mitch Hoyt founded skinny sticks maple syrup, and he's showing that veteran Mitch Hoyt founded skinny sticks maple syrup, and he's showing that small businesses can do big things. Mitch started making syrup from a few trees in his Wisconsin backyard, and is now connecting with customers worldwide with help from Google tools skinny sticks is one of the millions of small businesses using Google to grow. Learn how Google is helping businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. The following recording may contain explicit language. I can't get more explicit than may let you say it may. It's Friday may tenth two thousand nineteen from slate. It's the gist. I Mike Pesca an Instagram is trying to prevent bullying, which is the New York Times points out requires that you define bullying Instagram sites as a form of bullying, quote, intentional inducement of foam. Oh times goes onto say foam. Oh, fear of missing out is not a crime or even a misdemeanor. But it is a big problem on Instagram where millions of teenagers. Go every day to check on there. Appears now I do have to say that if Instagram stamped out the concept of, wow, this was fun. Too bad you missed it. There would be no Instagram Kim Kardashian could only chronicle these slots in her sink, so often intentional inducement of foam. Oh, wow. That has bullying a form of bullying. I mean, excuse me, sir. I believe you sent this postcard from mount Rushmore in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine and I. Quote, having a great time wish you were here thirty need to make amends, perhaps you should apologize sincere. Thoughtful apology centered on your victims pain, sir or else. Well, I'm sure a stint in bullying jail, but set you straight it could even make for a good memoir. Come to think of it. Maybe I'd like to go to bullying jail. Oh, no foam. Oh, now, I do have to say that as long as Instagram has gotten into the business of chronicling and describing the general category of foam, oh fear of missing out. It's definitely going to have to get a little bit deeper and a little bit more specific. I mean, I you make a law against the general thing murder, then there's murder one murder to manslaughter, or, you know, the difference between vagrancy and criminal trespass and loitering the very different things, and they all can take on a different sheen depending on which filter you use and of course, all to be used to induce foam. Oh, we were loitering the other day. Steve you missed out. But I wonder. Not just about foam. Oh in general. I wonder about specific fears like the fear that you're missing out on a great art exhibit at the museum of modern art, say, you know, MoMA foam. Oh, and what if that aren't included flightless birds dressing caftans, that'd be Imamura MoMA foam. Oh, but what if that's not even at moma's main locale, New York City? What if we're held in the MoMA branch in San Bernandino, California. You know, Loma Linda, and of course, the governor of New York would try to keep it in state giving rise to the New York Post headline can Cuomo hinder Loma, Linda, Imamura MoMA foam. Oh, those are all the right questions. Let us answer those questions more fully in the future. But Daniel right now, we tease it as you cut a Cuomo hinder Loma Linda Imamura MoMA foam promo on the show today. I should feel about the markets. And if we should want a crash, no, no, we shouldn't. But if you. Were a slate plus listener, and if you're not why they're very important to everything I do here at slate. And there's some just bonus content up this weekend. If you like the mini spiel that was doing yesterday, I've got a few more for you on slate. Plus, but I in this the last day of our possibly self-indulgent week of self celebration for five years of the gist. I welcome back one of my favorite guests. And also, the host of one of my favorite podcasts podcasts suspiciously. Like this one Larry Wilmore is in the house. My favorite segments is twenty six twenty fourteen the five play extravaganza. You're saying you're calling for zinn yada, Madonna Harada. Dada. Regatta daughter sonata cantata for Totta fatwa. Well, in that case, I think you oughta take yours in yada Harada. Dada regarded daughter sonata cantata for Totta thought law throw it in the Rio de plot because you are persona non grata. Two of the. Hey,

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"mitch hoyt" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"mitch hoyt" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Google veteran. Mitch Hoyt founded skinny sticks maple syrup, and he's showing that small businesses can do big things. Mitch started making syrup from a few trees in his Wisconsin backyard. And now he's connecting with customers worldwide with help from Google tools skinny sticks is one of millions of small businesses using Google to grow. Learn how Google is helping businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. What makes city politics in Baltimore. So compelling. Are we doing the interview now or war? Okay. Always be recording. Luke broad water is a reporter for the Baltimore Sun. He grew up in Baltimore. He's the kind of guy with a lot of sources trashmore because I love all Moore's my favorite city in the entire world. But I mean, you look at every single problem in American history red lining to four segregation to the laws a fair onomic policy that caused all industrial jobs to Lee which was replaced by the violent drug trade failed war on drugs. I mean, just like, it's all it's all that's the story of Baltimore. If you're looking for like a microcosm of how American policy has failed in just about every part of the gamut. That's Baltimore Luke says the people who run this town. They're pretty compelling to can you tell me about this press conference last week. I think you counted the seconds. You said it was ninety six seconds long. Yeah. That's right. This press conference. It was for the mayor, Catherine Pugh. Luke waited all day long to hear her speak. But the mayor she never showed up. Instead, her attorney Steve Silverman walked out, very briskly. When he was in a great hurry. He was carrying him in nila envelope. It is hand he announced to all of us. Even take new questions he called it a sad day for the city of Baltimore. And he read a very brief prepared statement from the mayor. We counted out. It was ninety six second press conference to end, you know, a sixty nine year old person's career where she had climbed from the city council of the state delegation of the state Senator finally realizing your dream job as mayor and then he walked off without answering question. And that's how Catherine Pugh Baltimore's fiftieth mayor resigned from office. I've never seen anything like it. Lucas spent the last couple of months reporting on mayor Pugh, specifically, the questionable ways she made money on the campaign trail and while she was an office. I think at the end of it we had at least one hundred and ten stories published on this about this scandal. You know in a little over a month. Can I ask you something? This story of what happened with Catherine Pugh. The mayor of Baltimore is this just a Baltimore story. Well in one lay it is it will lay it is a Baltimore story because it's in is about our mirror, and it's about our political situation here. But I do think there are larger lessons. We have a system that is for better or worse a pay to play system. The only way you could elevate yourself to high office is to raise lots of money from private donors, and you have to have almost superhuman ethical standards to not. To not get into this sort of quid pro game. Today. Luke is going to tell me the whole story about what took place in Baltimore. It's a story about how political work gets done. And what it takes for the rest of us to pay attention because what happened here it can happen anywhere. I'm Mary Harris listening to one next stay with us. What next is supported by Charles Schwab. Staying informed is all about asking the right questions. Which is why Schwab encourages you to ask questions about the way, your wealth is being managed do, you know, how much you're paying and do you get your fees back? If you're not happy, a twelve you get low costs and the satisfaction guarantee. If you're not happy for any reason, the refunder fear commission. So go ahead. Ask your broker some questions if you don't like their answers ask again at Schwab. To find out more. Visit Schwab dot com forward slash comparis-. Let's start a little bit from the beginning. Because I feel like people may not be familiar with who Catherine Pugh is and how she came to be married. Baltimore Mira was somebody who worked her way up through the system. She has she's originally from Philadelphia. She came to Baltimore Morgan state and start her career in marketing, she's very concerned about image. She got him to city council. She got into the state delegation, eventually became a state Senator eventually ran and won the mayor's office. It sounds like she was like a bread and butter retail politician. She was good at that during the mayor's race. Frankly, the best retail politicial Sheila Dixon, the former mayor from from two mayors ago who had been indicted and forced from office amid a corruption scandal, but the citizens lots of the citizens still love. Her and pew really was the choice of of white Baltimore during the last election. That said I do think there you had a big moment during the unrest in Baltimore. After the death of Freddie, gray in police custody in two thousand fifteen there was a big standoff between protesters and police and this last lasted for the better part of a week and mayor Pugh event state Senator Pugh was out there arm-in-arm with congressman Elijah Cummings the Bullhorn and she got a ton of coverage. I think credit for trying to be this peacebroker in this time of great tension in the city's history in twenty fifteen I guess the way you're describing it I can understand why mayor Pugh seemed like the right choice. You know, she seemed untouched by corruption. It seemed like she was in the streets during the unrest in Baltimore. It makes sense. But I wonder what the voters may be didn't see that the people that she'd worked with in. Government had seen. So and I don't know if this is unique to her but did become clear when she became mayor that she wasn't really taking criticism. Very well. And in the words of of some of our top as that she really wanted. Yes. Men around her, and yes, women, you it's interesting to me is that the trouble from Pugh seem to start with this legislation. That was filed by a woman who used to be one of her supporters. This woman Jill Carter, and this legislation was gonna make it illegal for board members at the university of Maryland hospital system to benefit from contracts at the hospitals. They govern sounds kind of wonky. But then you reported on it and what happened. Yes, that's right. So state Senator Carter who was a supporter and shed a directorship under under mayor peel called me onus on a Sunday and said, you know, move guy I have some legislation I filed I'm trying to reach. Serve material that can support it. But I I'm really running into some roadblocks can you dig into this for me. So I the next day Email the medical system, I asked for liberty of information about board members who had contracts. What's the contracts will worth whether there was a competitive bidding process for the contracts, and they told me they weren't going to provide me any information. So as a reporter like, that's that's like, please dig war. I mean, that's so that so that's what I did. After about two or three days of day. I was able to get my hands on the documents that I saw and I was splitting through them. And I'm seeing some names I expect and then I flipped the next page, and there's the name, Catherine pito. And I said, oh my God the mirrors in here. And then I looked down a little further. And it says they paid me to produce my healthy holidays children's books inside by the mayor. And it says my profit was one hundred thousand dollars. That's what I call. It Senator Karner I said, you know, the mayor was in here. And she said she was completely surprised to she had a hearing on our Bill the next day. And so we pose the store that night. And you know, then all hell broke loose.

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