7 Burst results for "Mr Manson"
"mr manson" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Me go i. Salt this is democracy now. I'm amy goodman during a cnn. Townhall thursday night president biden defended his domestic agenda but acknowledged key aspects of build. Back better plan are in jeopardy due to senate democrats joe. Manchin of west virginia senator. Kirsten cinema of our sonal with the senate evenly split by need support from both of them to pass the plan through the reconciliation process. Biden's initial proposal called for three and a half trillion dollars over ten years to vastly expand the social safety net in combat. The climate crisis but after facing opposition from mansion in cinema biden has reportedly lowered the topline price tag on the package to one point seven five trillion half the original bill mansion. Who has millions of dollars in the coal industry in west virginia has also demanded democrat strip out funding for the clean electricity performance program a critical climate initiative to replace coal and gas-fired power plants with renewable energy sources on thursday. Cnn's anderson cooper questioned biden about healthcare provision in the bill. Democrats are looking to do is to expand medicare to include dental vision and hearing as well given all the negotiations that are going on. Will all three of those still be covered reach. And the reason why it's a re- it's not this. I think is a good idea. And it's not that costly in real terms especially for allow medicare to negotiate drug prices. But here's the thing mr manson is. As opposed to that. As is i think senator cinema is closed. All opposed all three. Because they don't want he says he doesn't want to further burden medicare by also talk more about senator cinemas opposition to his domestic agenda. Too smart as the devil number one number two. She's very supportive of the environmental agenda in my legislation very supportive. She supportive of all almost all the things. I mentioned relating to everything from a family. Care to all to all those issues where. She's not supportive. If she says she will not raise a single penny and taxes on the corporate side and or on wealthy people period in fact five advisors to senator cinema quit yesterday saying she is putting the prophets of her donors over the service to the people by also made news when he appeared to support overhauling the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation. He was questioned by anderson cooper. When it comes to voting register clear though you would entertain the notion of doing away with the filibuster on that one issue is that correct and maybe more and maybe others both senators mansion and cinema have opposed reforming the filibuster. We turn now to look more closely at the to conservative. Democrats fighting biden joining us from west. Virginia stephen smith co-chair west virginia can't wait. He ran for governor of west virginia. Twenty twenty placing second democratic primary and joining us from chicago is bronco march. Teach staff writer. Jacqueline magazine march. You're n- in-depth profile of senator. Kirsten cinema jakobsen headlined. How kirstin cinema went from lefty activists. Too proud neil liberal democrat. He's also author of yesterday's man. The case against joe biden. We'll you certainly cover a lot there. Bronco let's start with kirsten cinema. Most people may not know she was the campaign manager for ralph nader in arizona but talk about what's happening now i mean you've got the all the advisers quitting yesterday saying she's putting the prophets of her donors over the people. Talk about what she stands for. I think has really shown to to stand mostly for the interests of the corporate sector of the wealthy and and this isn't a new development when she was in the house she also She she was one of the lawmakers who tried to en- dead repeal parts of dodd frank. Financial form law. She went after obamacare. For instance trying to repeal taxes on medical technology makers She tried to get rid of the individual mandate and various other deregulatory actions And and it's all because you know she is trying to. I think appeal to these because they fund campaign and then she's been very lavishly rewarded. She's one of the few democrats who gets the Chamber of commerce endorsement. She won the chamber of commerce awarded the spirit of enterprise. One seven years and aurora. Because she got over. Seventy percent School from the chamber of commerce. Just sort of Work so. I think this is what we're seeing right now is Cinemas is really Listening to her constituents in their constituents are not the people that voted her in. at least. That's not what she considers. As most important constituency she considers that to be the corporate sector. And she's you know morris responsive to them And i think what we're maybe seeing when somebody's advises quitting is that the kind of tax. She's taking his is now starting to see a real backlash. That's been building for a while. But now is kind of reaching a boiling point that may actually up haunting a long-term and that famous image of her and the well of the senate voting against raising the minimum wage and you know john mccain famously gave a thumbs down on the in the well of the senate. She did to explain that moment. Wall similar is clearly during the safe obamacare. Yeah that's a very key key thing. Remember she's trying to think fashion herself as renegade on your maverick in the style of john mccain i mean the reason that john mccain was considered a maverick was because he was seeing that this was overstated but nonetheless. He was seen as a more sensible. Republican republican or for instance would not elect to throw millions of people off health goal. Someone a republican was very much in favor of reining in campaign donations and other other things that are traditionally associated with the democrats Mccain was someone who rightly or wrongly Had this image of of defying as potty to do things that were you know very much in the interests of more sweating. People cinema on the other hand is very much during the opposite she. She's being a maverick. By fighting full of so it's a completely topsy-turvy kind of version of what mccain was doing it's only it. Only hawkins back to to his career in a very superficial way in the sense of spurning. Your your party in very visible in high profile way but ultimately it's a very performance of.
"mr manson" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"From new york this is democracy. Now look at the video hearkens back to yes. The years as we thought we had overcome in america. I mean it. Looks like a niche mobs chasing young black man. It would kill him. There's no accountability and go home. Sleep in their beds at night. Jerry selection is continuing in georgia in the trial of three white men accused of murdering a mock aubrey and unarmed twenty. Five year. Old black man who wish chase down and shot to death while out for a sunday jog. We'll speak to arteries and one of the family's lawyers then as president biden campaigns for his build back better agenda. We'll take a close look at how democratic senators joe manchin of west virginia and kerstin cinema of arizona are fighting biden on everything from taxing the rich expanding dental care. But here's the thing this mr manson is is opposed to that as is a. I think senator cinnamon then to pfizer's power public citizens revealed how phasers bullying governments and ovid nineteen vaccine negotiations as part of a push to increase their profits during the pandemic used. Its monopoly on a life. Seating vaccine to extract concessions from desperate governments contracts consistently placed visors interest before public health imperatives. All that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I'm amy goodman a warning to our audience. Our top story contains graphic descriptions of violence and sexual abuse a damning new report reveals the scope of the humanitarian crisis. Unfolding at the. Us mexico border human rights watch uncovered over one hundred sixty harrowing reports of abuse face by asylum seekers at the hands of us immigration officials over the past five years the internal reports obtained through a public records request were made by asylum officers within. Us citizenship and immigration services using testimonies that detail the brutal conduct of customs and border protection border patrol and immigration and customs enforcement agents. This is part of the video accompanying the report published by human rights. Watch put a gun to my head said chunnel worrell shoe officer. Certified gave him sides. I would be. She told me. I enjoy when i cut to people like you and then keep me. They call us some of nutrients dogs parasites trash. They say that because my child was a us citizen. They will take him from me. In one account. Demand from honduras said a border patrol agent told him he would be denied asylum in the us and when the man refused to sign paperwork the agent said he would be sent to jail where he would be raped. Another incident involves an officer who forced to migrant girl to undress than inappropriately. Touched her in a statement human rights watch warned that assault sexual abuse and discriminatory treatment by. Us agents are an open secret within the department of homeland security in more immigration news spokesperson for texas. Republican governor. greg. Abbott says national guard troops deployed to the southern border have helped texas law enforcement officers. Detained over seventy seven hundred migrants. There are among more than seventy thousand asylum seekers who've been arrested by texas law enforcement since abbott launched the anti immigrant program operation lone star back in march in related news the attorneys general of texas and missouri have sued the biden administration in a bid to force the us to resume border wall construction along the us. Mexico border. meanwhile the group human rights. I has tracked over seventy six hundred reports of kidnappings and other brutal attacks against asylum seekers. Who are blocked from applying for refuge in the us or expelled under title. Forty two since president biden took office many of those barred under the trump era policy. Were haitian asylum-seekers. In haiti the leader of a gang suspected of kidnapping sixteen american and one canadian missionary members is threatening to kill the hostages. If the seventeen million dollar rent is not paid one million for each person haiti's national police chief. Leon charles resigned thursday. After the video featuring the threat surfaced this comes amidst a worsening economic and security situation in haiti on monday workers went on a general strike to protest gang violence and insecurity following the kidnapping. Meanwhile demonstrators blocked the street support a prince thursday to protest widespread fuel shortages protested. Because we want to listen to our demands if he cannot work we cannot fulfill our responsibilities. We are citizens who are working for the community. There's no gasoline. Children are hungry. A new report by the people's vaccine alliance found only about two hundred sixty million of the one point. Eight billion cove at nineteen vaccine donations promised to poorer nations by drug companies and wealthier countries have been delivered today. That's just fourteen percent of what was pledged. Gordon brown the world health organization's ambassador for global health financing said rich countries are on pace to have almost a billion spare vaccine stockpiled by february two of the vaccines available in one. Half of the world and yet to deny them to the other. Half of the world is one of the greatest international public policy failures imaginable. And it's a moral catastrophe historic proportions but will shop future generations. who estimates between eighty thousand and one hundred eighty thousand healthcare workers have died of covert nineteen from the start of the pandemic through. May of this year just two out of five. Healthcare workers worldwide are fully vaccinated. Well if more on vaccine inequity and profit over people later in the broadcast the british medical journal the lancet warns in a new report that without dramatic action to curb greenhouse gas emissions the climate crisis on track to become the defining narrative of human health and twenty-first-century the lancet warns of the spread of mosquito borne disease send growing mass migration due to flooding drought intense storms wildfires and soil and water salinification on thursday. The biden administration worn climate. Catastrophe poses a widening threat to national security with the mass displacement of whole populations and increased competition over dwindling resources driving political instability around the globe. Meanwhile a major leak of documents published by greenpeace reveals how brazil argentina australia japan saudi arabia and opec tried to water down key. United nations scientific report ahead of the cop. Twenty-six climate talks in glasgow in one comment a senior australian government official rejected the conclusion that coal fired power plants should be phased out to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This is john sovan executive director of uk. They all be deleted the fact that they're a major coal producer now. This is particularly bizarre. Because i think it. Australia's about the fifth largest co producer in the world is also festival second with indonesia the largest coal exporter in the world. Nobody it also has a big coal industry in terms of power from coal inside australia itself and no plans actually to phase out coal during the course of the next three decades so i think it's quite extraordinary. The australia should say..
"mr manson" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Thought the commission was making mistake but apart from threatening to write a minority report attacking his friends views. There was little. He could do the gulf widen between the two as pinto progress in his career by eighteen. Ninety eight pinch show had been named the head of the division of forestry under the department of agriculture here pinch would build a close relationship with theodore roosevelt. The president affectionately nicknamed pinto gif and later. Historians would refer to him as the crown prince of teddy roosevelt tennis court cabinet. They're upbringings and love of nature led to a close relationship built on shared ideals for both men those ideals included pudding nature and service of human needs or conservation through use can show wanted to use scientific methods to maximize efficiency and productivity. He liked to refer to forestry as tree farming explaining the purpose of forestry is to make the forest produce the largest possible amount of whatever crop or service will be the most useful and keep on producing it for generation after generation of men entries. A well handled farm gets more and more productive as the years pass so does a well handled forest. His friend moore. Meanwhile had come to believe that forestry and wilderness preservation were incompatible in nineteen o five the division of forestry was renamed the united states forestry service and pinch oh became the head of it all but he wanted control of the national parks as well. He had even proposed his idea to congress in nineteen. Oh four there was talk about creating a national park service but can show strongly oppose the suggestion in his view. A national park service was no more needed than to take on a cat as he would write a few years later. The first principle of conservation is development conservation proposes to secure a continuous and abundant supply of the necessaries of life which means a reasonable cost of living and business stability. It was a view that was strain his relationship with john. Muir to the breaking point by nineteen o five. The city of san francisco had made multiple failed attempts to gain approval to damn hetchy. Moore's opposition had turned the project into a political minefield and secretary of the interior ethan hitchcock sued steadfast against the dam but after the earthquake in nineteen oh six pin show recognized the administration now had precisely the sort of momentum needed to get the project back on track and push hitchcock out in november nineteen o six seven months after the san francisco earthquake martin manson now city engineer received another letter from pinch. Oh this one. Read my dear mr manson. I cannot of course attempt to forecast the action of the new secretary of interior on the san francisco watershed question but my advice to you is to assume that his attitude will be favorable and to make the necessary preparations to set the case before him. If the possibility of supply from the sierras is still open. You should i think by all means go ahead with the idea of getting it. The new secretary of the interior that pinch show was referring to was james garfield the other man sitting quietly in the room while manson and pinch discussed the damn a year prior garfield.
"mr manson" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Pretty clear. I ain't no sides. But I can't shake it. Shake it like awesome. Posted exactly that bone bone that on the board shapes all right, junk and all right places. I see the magazine. Working now. We notice any will come on Omega stuff. If you've got a beautiful body, just raise them up. Every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top. Mama shits on me. Don't worry about it. She says boys like little body holding. I'll stake Thank yourself Come by. So that's what showman's morning. Go ahead. Because, you know I'm all about that bass bout that bass. No trouble. I'm all about that bass by database now. Travel Haman Bada bing Bada Bing. No trouble. Hamal A bada bing bada. Good. Dumb explain. I'm you'll thank you. From here to tell you every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top. Mama Mama shits on about He says. My eyes like little home. Come on. Because, you know I'm all about that bass bad, Alex. No Double come along by database, but having no trouble. Come on my debit. Bad, Alex. No trouble. Amal Abbado about that. Come on. What's the perfect way to start every work day? How about with over two hours commercial free, starting at 8 40 on London's include one wash at that. There was a time when I was so broken hearted. What wasn't much of a friend of mine tables of time. Cost in ways that body That was the killer guy. Listen, someone No matter where I was just thinking about what you said. Sweet misery was getting justice again, right? You don't get it. Do you want to look down on me? You got to feel anything yet. You know my mind. Well, I gotta say, with dramas in time, that's it. To get to me takes my grand dad. Yes. You know what Yeah. Mr Manson himself. Step aside, however, was drying up. Nothing. I mean,.
"mr manson" Discussed on X96
"G. 15 year old Indian kid billed as a perfect master. Who claimed millions of followers around the world It's done most of the rest of Mr Davis's career found him trying to blend the political radicalism of his twenties with an entrepreneurial sort of Put pastiche of progressive or new age agendas, so it became kind of a new age. Sort of blissed out character in his later life. Um Marilyn Manson. Mm hmm. Uh, well, they have a photographer is alleged that Marilyn Manson forced females to strip Assed part of a warp sex game with him. Erika von Stein alleges that Mr Manson real name Brian. He Warner also Applied fans with alcohol before ordering them to take off their clothes. Speaking to the mirror. Miss von Stein said she was picked from a crowd of fans by Manson's minders and escorted to his tour bus. She then allegedly hit in the back of a group as the musician pointed at a group of women and instructed them to take off their tops. She? She claims he wanted to see who had the best. Yes, we've had him take off all their clothes, but a garbage person. This is according to her. Everyone was a bit surprised. He made it feel normal like it was something fun to do. Garbage person. Go away. Let's see the Coronavirus. Deaths here in Utah reported on Sunday. Less than 1000. Was good day for the reports. It was. Let's see 903 is the numbers I recall 903 reported cases, new infections and only three deaths. Reported on Sunday. Well. Joe Biden, President Biden I saw A little bit of his Interview. I saw I think I saw all of it would know Norah O'Donnell right before the Super Bowl and You know, it's like having your It's like having a really nice grandpa. For your own good. It feels good, doesn't it? The first weeks of the Biden administration have been Huge con pressed. I mean, it's been kind of boring. I want more great, please. I've been a striking contrast to the chaos and turmoil. Of the Trump administration, bringing a sense of normality back to the White House and to government. Uh, President Grandpa. Along with very Vice President Harris. They begin each day receiving the president's daily brief like you're supposed to Usually before 10 A.m.. His administration has revived the White House daily briefings every single week day. He's also putting Kamila Harris up front at a lot of things. She goes and does the swearing the ends and the ceremonial things and He wants her to be upfront as much as possible. Majority of Americans polled say that they think Donald Trump should be convicted. And barred from holding federal office in the impeachment trial that's coming up. Island cold, But I would say that where I pulled, it's probably not gonna happen because, like the four members of Utah's congressional delegation, Utah's for members of the House They voted against stripping committee assignments from representative Marjorie Taylor Greene. Because of her support of Q and on, But that's okay with Burgess. That's okay with Chris Stewart and what's his name down in Utah County, Curtis And the new guy, Blakemore. I think his name is from They're all okay with it fairly and they're all okay. And you know, there's their argument. Their argument is well, it should be the Republicans that sent your Republicans and I agree with that, but they didn't They were fine with it so they could have voted to strip her of No, That's what I'm saying that if you ask all of those Congress people why they why they didn't. They said that shouldn't be a Democratic controlled Congress that strips her. It should have been our party that stripped her, but they didn't so The Democrats had to do something. Yes, well. She should just be kicked out of Congress. Yes, I mean, that's that's the bottom line. She shouldn't be there at all. She lets see. When Michael Flynn back in the news with prominently he's gone from, you know, being could well. Confessing toe lying to the federal government, the FBI about meetings with Russians before the election. Lying about all of that kind of stuff. This is a man who was a respected general at one time you recall at one time? Yes, and he became he went into the White House and Anyway. He was He confessed to lying, and he was charged, but Donald Trump pardoned him, and now he's out front again. Being his vocal is possible, pushing. The stolen election lie and any other Cuban on theory that comes up. He's for it. He's Oh, he's their eminence him and his son. And a California man. Lost his wallet. And and Arctic up. Has had the wallet returned after 53 years. All Grisham. Of San Diego, California, arrived in Antarctica in October of 1967 as a meteorologist for the United States Navy At some point during the 13 month assignment in Antarctica. He lost his wallet and eventually he, of course, forgot about it until last week. I was just blown away, Mr Gresham said after he received the wallet by mail on Saturday. There was a long syriza people involved who tracked me down and ran me to ground and returned the wallet. According to the newspaper. Mr Grisham's wallet had plenty of Mementos from his time on and article, but but damn it, the money was missing. They left his I D. But they something? No. Um, so anyway, there you go. That's it. All right. Sports weather traffic. Well, we've talked a lot about the Super Bowl this morning. We haven't talked about the 17th annual Puppy Bowl. It ended in dramatic fashion on Sunday with a come from behind win by team rough. Trailing by three points with under a minute left team. Ruff's big boss, Polly He's a Dutch shepherd mix sprinted for a touchdown is the clock ran out Team rough to Pete defeated team fluff in a final score of 73 69 to win Puppy Bowl. 17 Team ropes. Captain got the chewy lumbar key trophy, but really, we all one really, I didn't see any of it. I don't know how you could not be riveted to that. I usually jump back and forth. But for some reason, my TV box was not agreeing with me. So they don't do the longer rabel anymore. Same. No, no, sadly know that because I I thought it was really cool to see dogs in lingerie. He is pretty interesting. And everybody's talking about Tom Brady having one more Super Bowls. And is he the greatest ever and I liked this. Take on it, Which is well, Joey chest, not 8. 74 hot dogs in 10 minutes. Is he the greatest athlete? Yeah, That's a lot of team sport. It's not a team sport. That's that's that's the That's the only because otherwise it's Serena Williams. But that Z team so after Whether is dumb. I don't like it. I don't like.
Marilyn Manson allegedly "forced female fans to strip" after inviting them on his tour bus
"Marilyn Manson. Mm hmm. Uh, well, they have a photographer is alleged that Marilyn Manson forced females to strip Assed part of a warp sex game with him. Erika von Stein alleges that Mr Manson real name Brian. He Warner also Applied fans with alcohol before ordering them to take off their clothes. Speaking to the mirror. Miss von Stein said she was picked from a crowd of fans by Manson's minders and escorted to his tour bus. She then allegedly hit in the back of a group as the musician pointed at a group of women and instructed them to take off their tops. She? She claims he wanted to see who had the best. Yes, we've had him take off all their clothes, but a garbage person. This is according to her. Everyone was a bit surprised. He made it feel normal like it was something fun to do. Garbage person. Go
"mr manson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The bell yet is we said it's all right. Don't nobody worry about it. I'm all right. The theme from catty shoot No, no se, but that was when you wake up in the morning, any other than them and anything in that any downtown? Yes. Yeah, it's all right. Does that say about the van? If you'd rather live below all the teams, Okay. Hi. Hey, I'm James. Hi, James. Pleasure to be here. He's John sending. I'm ju grovel. We go by John and you're in the afternoon. Hey, John Andrew in the afternoon. What's up? J. I would I saw Marilyn Manson. Well, by accident, I would you could see Green apple quick stuff when I was a skater back in the nineties. Hold on one second hand, uh, down here, Chief. You went to see Green apple? What? Quick stuff. Green apple quick stuff That's a band. Yes, sir. I'm sorry that I didn't know that very quix. Oh, yeah. What would you say would be their biggest jam? Is it dizzy? Um, it was such a long time ago. E don't hate again. All right. So you want to see Green Apple quickstep and what happened? Marylin Manson was Was the main act. I never heard of him before. And, uh, he came out. He was He was disgusting man. Know when he was eating his boogers leaving, huh? He was talking, uh Beer bottles over its head is bleeding. And then he asked everybody in the crowd the spit on Oh, man, this is me. You're describing the early days of green data. Well, I was gonna say that's anybody Just pretty much ripped that off from our dear friends. Nasty savage. They did it first. Uh, yes, the stage the stage was set up for Maryland with We just bored in the background and a whole bunch of Like dead puppets look like dead puppets. It was our puppets ever. It was strange man. But he and everyone, everybody stood on, man. I mean, I'm talking about Lou Geeks, Manly green, and they were all man. Hey, I saw Mr Manson and in concert as well at, uh, at the amphitheater. It was hell of a show. I'll never forget it. Corn. Manson, Rob Zombie. I mean, a lot of black world that seriously Blackshirts little black black eyeliner was very loud. I think that was honestly the turning point of my life. I started listening to reggae. Yeah, I could see where that would propel you into the waiting arms of the irony traumatized Lot of girls probably open a butt stuff in a show like that. Yeah. And a and a lot more than you probably wouldn't want to do I am Remember Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day would and this is before they started playing bigger stages. He would looky up in the air and catching in his mouth and he would do it. The whole show they'd be planned and he would looky way up in the air. And while he's playing his guitar, he'd catch in his mouth. And sometimes he would he would do it so high. I would hit the roof of the venue and he would still wait for it to Josh. It was one of the most insane things I've ever seen. But He could do the most disgusting off the wall stuff on stage. But there's something so lovable about that little Twinkie, you know? Yeah, yeah, I think there's a line to me. Blood is the line. Blood is the wine. Well, if you're say that, but wrestlers make themselves bleed, and I love that. So I guess it's just artists are but something about. You know you cutting yourself on stage and just bleeding is it could be somewhat. Off putting, um when, and I hated you by asking this, but one wrestlers bleed. Are they bleeding real blood? Or do you have blood packs like Simmons used to have? We're in a gray area in the world of professional wrestling, cause I'm pretty sure it's what they call it blading or juicing in the biz, and and a lot of times they'll have a razor blade in there, you know, somewhere in their gear, and they will they will cut themselves in the head. If you look at Rick Flares, forehead anytime you see him doing interview or or even a dusty road when he was around and their foreheads look like Jit hamburger meat. It's because especially back in the day, someone like Ric Flair was probably slicing their forehead open with a razor blade. Six nights a week. I I think I got a wrestling magazine way back in the day and had dusty cuteness, forehead and I was like, man, these guys Sure you can call it fake sports if you want to. You want to talk about selling what you do and loving what you do. My God, man, you cut your forehead, I will say had an interesting experience last night because last night was the royal rumble, which is a big deal. Even if you're no, I'm not as into it Used to be real trouble. Still a big deal? Of course. So we stayed. We went to the brunch yesterday. So I stayed with the in laws and it was kind of like, Hey, we're going to stay there. But is it cool? You know, John's gonna be watching the royal rumble. So the whole family the my and pie in laws? Yeah. There and watch the entire royal rumble with us and I don't know if they were legitimately intrigued, but they surely pretended like they were and it was a really great moment. I felt not as alone as I normally do..