35 Burst results for "Nero"

"nero" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

"Subjects to everything that you do, like what you're thinking, it eludes, through your pores, do your posture, do your tone of your voice, to the cage, up your voice, your facial expression, your eyes, your gestures, it exudes. And so there's if there's a lack of confidence that is doomed in the subject whether or not you think you're hiding and it's like a poker tell. So there's always the subject. So for instance, like if you're walking with a young lady and you're on a date and all of a sudden, she's talking and a dog Our comes and you put your hand and you that little gesture. That's like my move, not that I do it cuz I'm the woman but that's my favorite move is if a car's coming and you you kind of, you know, take her by the waist and suck, gently move over to the other side of the sidewalk that's like the move right now. Let me ask you this. Why is that, like, why do you like, is it just a visceral feeling or I guess, what I'm asking is? Do you understand the subject, the subject to a woman is this guy makes me feel safe? Makes me feel taken care of. And so you get some touch in there at the same time as some emotional anchoring and boom. Now, here's what's interesting. Even more than I'm gonna go even deeper than enough to one handedly. Do it is said, is that? I'm so comfortable, that I have control over this situation that I don't even have to put two hands. I love that. The other thing is I care about To even though you're running your yapping your mouth I care about if you're okay. So I'm not going to see something happen to leave you swing. So all of these really deep subjects attracting you as a woman on a visceral level, it literally touches all these things to the point where it is almost, can't explain it. Like the articulated, it's difficult, but instant feeling of safety and attraction and sexuality. And the fact that there's a confidence when he can do it with one arm, he's not even making a big thing about it. Just just what I do. My Dodge bullets

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Dante Nero: Making Her Feel Safe

Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Dante Nero: Making Her Feel Safe

"Subjects to everything that you do, like what you're thinking, it eludes, through your pores, do your posture, do your tone of your voice, to the cage, up your voice, your facial expression, your eyes, your gestures, it exudes. And so there's if there's a lack of confidence that is doomed in the subject whether or not you think you're hiding and it's like a poker tell. So there's always the subject. So for instance, like if you're walking with a young lady and you're on a date and all of a sudden, she's talking and a dog Our comes and you put your hand and you that little gesture. That's like my move, not that I do it cuz I'm the woman but that's my favorite move is if a car's coming and you you kind of, you know, take her by the waist and suck, gently move over to the other side of the sidewalk that's like the move right now. Let me ask you this. Why is that, like, why do you like, is it just a visceral feeling or I guess, what I'm asking is? Do you understand the subject, the subject to a woman is this guy makes me feel safe? Makes me feel taken care of. And so you get some touch in there at the same time as some emotional anchoring and boom. Now, here's what's interesting. Even more than I'm gonna go even deeper than enough to one handedly. Do it is said, is that? I'm so comfortable, that I have control over this situation that I don't even have to put two hands. I love that. The other thing is I care about To even though you're running your yapping your mouth I care about if you're okay. So I'm not going to see something happen to leave you swing. So all of these really deep subjects attracting you as a woman on a visceral level, it literally touches all these things to the point where it is almost, can't explain it. Like the articulated, it's difficult, but instant feeling of safety and attraction and sexuality. And the fact that there's a confidence when he can do it with one arm, he's not even making a big thing about it. Just just what I do. My Dodge bullets

"nero" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

03:49 min | 3 months ago

"nero" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Paul stayed there in his own rented house and welcomed all who came to see him. He proclaimed the kingdom of god and taught about the lord jesus christ with all boldness and without hindrance so this is this is a marked man. This is a guy who is awaiting trial and so that paralysis of like what's going to happen. I'm sad like under press was go on. He just doing his thing. You just hanging out. Do you just love the idea of that guard. He's like chained to a guard living in his house. And it's like you know that guy like had to convert just can't live in a house with paul and our so. This is the end of the book of acts right. Econo- wraps up with a nice happy ending but was it so early. Tradition tells us that. Paul was released from house imprisonment situation. And he may or may not have gone on a fourth missionary journey. That is erin to tell us. Migratory background study. Bible was like listen all things point to you yes. He went to spain. So hopefully aaron can help Plot that out for us. Now according to second timothy chapter one which paul ryan let letter to timothy paul is back in rome in the sixties eighty. And here's the situation in rome so niro's emperor and in sixty four. Eighty fire burned much of rome except for near as a state and the pool house of his boyfriend. Okay so i kind of love that. It's like don't be suspicious. I worried like what happened. That's so crazy volley. Rome is burning. That's weird so niro in. This moment needs a scapegoat right because he's a politician. He's a leader. And that's a lot of drama to explain yourself. And so how convenient that there's like a radical new religious movement considered to be a fanatical form of judaism Romans right and so. I read that romans would have perceived this was in the cultural background study bubble. It said that. Romans looked at christians as three things atheists because obviously they rejected pagan god cannibals. Because they would eat jesus's body and drink his blood and incestuous because they would use phrases. Like i love you brother. Yeah i mean look really weird then a really weird thing to do without any like modern. Christianity soldier showed up doing that. I would be like. That's strange. I don't like that with your hands raised while a guy plays electric guitar. Call me brother okay. So nero decides to point his finger that way and it starts Rounding up christians and by rounding christians Early early second century historian. Tacitus tells us that nero would burn. Christians alive as torches to light his gardens at night and that he would feed christians to animals as crowd entertainment. So in the middle of this. Paul gets arrested and he writes a letter to his old friend. And the son..

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"nero" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"nero" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"We cannot be sponsored by christie's visit christie's dot com to find out more about the world's leading auction house in seventeen sixty six action private sales online anytime. Hello it's the weekend. I'm ben luke. This week mary bid on niro. One of the most infamous roman emperors was he the sadistic murder of legend. The emperor fiddled as rome burned or has he been a victim spin getting maybe bids take on emperor nero and the show about him. That's just opened at the british museum. I talked to the exhibition curator to austin offer about the exhibition and iranian rome. Also this week as the first london gallery. We can begins with one hundred and forty galleries across the uk. Capital taking part we talked to jeremy epstein one of the founders of the initiative and in this episode work of the week we talked to the artist nina catch dorian about a very personal piece of embroidery created by her adopted grandmother which is inspired a new body of work by the artist before that reminded.

"nero" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:45 min | 4 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Is the way where we get the insular of course and making sure that they're not clad in wood but kaden stone so that he makes the city safer improves. Things like sanitation. The robots built at campus martius. Things like that and he also builds himself a massive great big new palace. The domus area the golden house and when tacitus writes about this program of works he says and i quote in parts of rome unfilled by narrows new palace. It just took us holyoke for the historian. I mean he's just incredibly bitchy so when tacitus tells us anything about near. You have to take it with a pinch of salt. 'cause tostes very very pleased to tell you the beginning his annals that he's going to write senate era at studio without anger or partisanship is absolute nonsense. You would search long and hard finding more angry and story so he could be writing for a newspaper then or tabloid newspaper at the time. Absolutely and if you think that spot then try suetonius have to say but only if you have relatively strong summit for sex goggles because that's basically what tony lights. Oh come on. let's let's talk about. Let's talk about some of the women in his life. Then as woman's let's start with his mother so narrow is a really interesting and very unusually i think he is defined by the sister and by the women who surround him so nero becomes effort because his mother agra pena younger is a women of incredible power and influence now as pasta. Suetonius might tell it. Machiavellian monstrous poisoning the portability. Who to him. She was a fourth wife with a big playoff mushrooms. I think i still don't eat the now as you know this. You've seen me. I sean mushroom. And so she. She maneuvers her son narrow to become the successor to claudius which is no mean feat given that claudius has his own style britannic named for us overseas claudius had successfully invaded britain or at least two soldiers had come here. That was which i imagine. Scared the bejesus out of our ancestors because we would have been like what is that so much bigger than a goat's i've never seen such big and so i'm aggravated is enormously powerful if we look at coins and the museum exhibition has some fantastic examples. This an arias. A golden coin minted in rome at the end of this range shows opinion on the coin..

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"nero" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Hour or you can email via our web sites and lots of you're getting in touch via twitter. Jack thomason says barbecue tomorrow than an hour's walk to town and trying to find a suit for mates wedding on sunday. Which will helpfully get rid of the hangover. Sounds great Just try and sort out. A swim says in j. fronts around sheffield. We are blessed with many beautiful locations in indeed. Jen says she's gardening. If the weather permits but firstly quite rightly she's checking out. What monty don says other jobs for the weekend and Gary says morning anita morning gary. He says he's off to westland on sunday for two nights. Ooh fancy he's off out west. Well whatever your plans get in touch and share them we. We'd love a bit of joy this friday and also share your thoughts on anything you hear on the program. We actively encouraged and we have so much view on the show today. Some history in the form of roman emperor nero murder. Incest orgies or not. Natalie haynes will be giving us a fresh perspective on the women around him a book dacian paris lees has written her powerful memoir. A my goodness it's affecting the story of class identity and finding where you belong paris will be telling us all about sex shortly social change. It's what we're all about woman's hour today. We're discussing what needs to happen in the legal system to make it more equal by talking to to seriously impressive women at the top of their profession. Who now want to make a difference. We're also talking about a health. Specifically around the vaccine i'll be talking to a reproductive immunologist about our concerns around the vaccine. How it may or may not affect our periods menopause and facility. So if you have any questions maybe you've noticed your periods difference or you've just heard rumors that are making you feel a certain way. Do get in touch. I'll put your queries to dr vicky mail in the show hunt as it is fingers crossed to be a long hot weekend. We are taking you out..

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"nero" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"nero" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Nero Nero with yes, With the watch Two episodes last night. I actually dabbled into the reunion. In fact, already this morning a little. We'll talk about that coming up in just a little bit. But, yes, lives. How you doing today? Good If Lin lin Ope, there we go. Oh, yeah, That's Lynn Palin. First question. Mind if we call you list? Second question. Go ahead. Yourself fit. Yeah, Lynn, we're loving you, baby. Your energy is just you are the positive. Where were the negative together? We're a battery and we're fueling things. Then how do you feel about rescue puppies? You hate him? Are you love them? I love now. How do you feel about little babies like human babies like and like a father of four of them like in this day and age? Kind of like a dying breed And maybe money you'd want to team up with her. What are your thoughts? I have three kids so Yeah, Yeah. All right. Well, then you can pick either Steve or Britney. There. They gave you their best that pitch there you can pick either of them to play with And again. Today's topic is the show friends. So who do you want to team up with today? I think it went after all, Steve. Thanks. I needed you. So that was a girl leaving? Get out of here. Brittney Brittney screwed. Her brain is fried right now. It is toast. It's Jell O. So this is gonna be good. All right. So Lynn, we will come back to after we talk to Steve here, and you can help him out in any way that you can okay? Okay. Sounds good. All right. Thank you, Lin. Let's go. Steve, You ready to rock? Ready, baby? After Rachel and Phoebe, take a self defense class. What form of self defense. Does Ross try to teach them?.

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"The End of the End" of Abortion Rights

Hysteria

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"The End of the End" of Abortion Rights

"It seems the troubling announcement from the supreme court. This week means we may be close to the end of the end of abortion rights in this country so when the supreme court announced that had had agreed to hear a case involving mississippi abortion ban people freaked out because that case directly challenges roe v wade and we really think it's important that more people have their hair on fire about this. Because this is not a drill so here today to help us better understand the stakes and help us. Wade through this emotional. Rollercoaster is the current sitting president of nero pro-choice america. Welcome back to the show at least hogue. Thanks for having me gals. Thank you so much for being here. You're the first person we wanted to talk to. When we heard that this case was being heard by the court so for those who might not understand. Can you explain how the outcome of the mississippi case will affect the future of roe v. Wade and why does the threat feel more real this time. Yeah i mean so with all the caveats that i am not a lawyer. But i'm surrounded by great ones You know my understanding of the legal elements of this case is that there is no way to uphold them. Mississippi law without overturning roe. So that is it's basically your thumbs up thumbs down vote on roe v wade You know. I think that part of what's happening here is people are i mean i know. All's speaking my eyes state and says i've been taught i'm grappling with the fact that you know we're sort of. We did everything that we could possibly do in terms of light slipping the senate and like getting the house back and getting rid of you know donald trump and we're really left with the stark reminder that his legacy is this court and that in fact the extreme forces including and especially anti-choice forces that put him in office got what they wanted and they have every ability to follow through with ending as you said legal abortion rates him. And we're really careful to say it that way because you don't end abortion as we know trio You just end abortion rights and put it out of reach trim some people and make it a lot more dangerous for

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Robert De Niro Says Leg Injury May Prevent Tribeca Fest Appearance

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Robert De Niro Says Leg Injury May Prevent Tribeca Fest Appearance

"A veteran Oscar winning actor is going to be laid up for a bit the Nero is likely to be office feed for a bit after suffering a leg injury while working on a movie in Oklahoma the two time Oscar winner was at work on the upcoming Martin Scorsese film killers of the flower moon he has since returned to his home in New York in an interview promoting the upcoming tribeca Film Festival deniro says he managed to rip a ligament in his squad and it needs to be re attached to his knee otherwise he says he's fine and the injury is manageable what may not be so manageable his appearance at the Film Festival that he co founded it's due to begin June ninth deniro says with this pending surgery he isn't quite sure how he'll be able to get around during the festival I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The President Of Brazil Is Facing His Biggest Political Crisis

BBC World Service

01:55 min | 6 months ago

The President Of Brazil Is Facing His Biggest Political Crisis

"The virus is killing more people each day in Brazil than it is anywhere else. And now this week political battle erupted pitting the president gyre Belson Aro against his closest ally, the military. NPR's Philip Reeves has more It was shy. ABORTION. AUTOS BIRTHDAY The other day, he turned 66 Boston out to mark the occasion by coming out of the presidential palace. Lambasting mayors and governors who trying to keep Brazilians off the streets by imposing pandemic restrictions. Thies tyrants are hindering your freedom. Also, now don't tells his supporters you can count on the army to defend your rights. Both tomorrow has a habit of talking about bristles army like this, says Eagle Gill of editor at large at Foley, a newspaper All the terms of all so I was really, really weak. He resorted to the military guys. Sometimes Paulson Arrow even uses the term my army says Kill. Off my army. Come on. It's not the Army's Brazilian army's. Most of that is irony. So it is very, very annoying to them. On Monday, both scenarios suddenly fired his defense minister, apparently because the minister believed Brazil's armed forces should stay out of politics. The next day, the Chiefs of all three services, Army, Navy and Air Force decided to quit in protest that sent a message to the president, says Octavio Amalie, Netto. Professor of political science that they should Tullio Vargas Foundation in Real ish Nero. They made it clear that he is not gonna further politicize the institutional Armored forces. Both tomorrow is NAMI captain from the far right. He was elected with huge support from Brazil's military. Generals hold key government positions. Nettle thinks they've become too close to the Boston Auto Administration. They made a big mistake. They let themselves be associate it with the government. And they benefited

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Unwinding Anxiety With Dr. Jud Brewer

The Rich Roll Podcast

10:55 min | 7 months ago

Unwinding Anxiety With Dr. Jud Brewer

"So maybe the best way to launch into this. Is i just define our terms when we're talking about anxiety what are we talking about specifically and how does that differ from other kind of kindred emotions like fear and worry and and the like. Yeah i think that's a great place to start so if you look at i think the dictionary definition of anxiety goes something like feeling of worried nervousness or unease about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome It's interesting in that definition. Worry is an interesting word because it can be a noun like this feeling of unease but it can also be a verb. Where i am worrying so i think. Let's bookmark that. And come back to that. Because i think that's a really critical distinction That in both of those can actually the now and can lead to the verb which can feed back to the noun of worrying but looking at it from a scientific standpoint. I think a lot of people. It's exiled was something that's kind of necessary needed for survival. You know especially right now. And that's something that i dove into a lot of my book because i've been really interested with this idea. You know there's this whole idea of performance and i actually haven't found any evidence to support it so let's bookmark that as well and talk about some of these origins here So think of fear as a survival mechanism okay. We've talked before about habits and setting up habits for survival right to remember where food is and to remember where dangerous so these learning mechanisms go way back. You know that could serve the sea slug like this is the oldest learning mechanism known in science positive and negative reinforcement. So if you zoom in on fear as a negatively reinforced behavior fear helps us survive fray think of our ancient ancestors album savannah they are forging for food right. But they don't know if it's dangerous so they're moving from their safe zone their cave out into more of an uncertain space the satnam so their brain naturally goes on high alert to tart. Start to learn things like. Oh there's food go there again. There's danger don't go there again okay. So fear helps us learn where things are safe and where things aren't safe so we can avoid the unsafe places that fear mechanism is is part of the brain and then layered on top of it is a thinking and planning part of the brain neo cortex prefrontal cortex in particular and this is interesting because it helps us survive in a different way. It helps us survive through thinking planning yet. It needs information and preferably accurate information so in this day is a lot of misinformation which gets in the but it also is helpful for it. They have precedent. So when it's going into unchartered territory. It's really hard to think and plan you know like. Oh let's let's go explore saturn. Well we've never done that before so so we've got you got you got to think of a bunch of things and try to approximate. But it'd be much easier if somebody else had explored saturday and wrote a book about it. So do this. Don't do that okay. So the prefrontal cortex think of fear. Help survive the prefrontal cortex survive. But if you pair fear with a lack of certainty right which is what. The prefrontal cortex is trying to help us do is trying to help predict the future based on past experiences if there is no precedent if there's a lack of certainty that fear plus uncertainty leads to anxiety and people think oh anxiety. It's going to help me survive. No right there is no evidence for helping us survive. It makes our thinking and planning bring go off line. And if you think of the extreme form of anxiety panic right which is wildly unthinking behavior. That's that far end of the spectrum of anxiety right. it's an interesting but subtle an important distinction in that it is the uncertainty. That's driving the irrationality right. You can be afraid when you have a certain set of predictable parameters to deal with but when you don't know what you're venturing into that's what provokes anxiety so it kind of extend that what's fascinating about that is. It's not the dire consequence that creates the anxiety. It's the lack of certainty around whether that consequence is going to be dire or not so dire. Yeah absolutely and just to be super clear for your listeners. It's not that fear is a problem right. Fear helps us learn in new situations in particular But fear doesn't have the same neuro chemical Reaction in the brain anxiety like how nero chemically like. How do these two things distinguish themselves. Yeah i don't think all of the industry's been worked out. But i think one way to think about this on a temporal scale so if you look at the timescales you could actually differentiate them pretty well as an example of. Let's say stepping out into the street. So let's say in this day and age when everybody is distracted by their cornell. Well say are weapons of mass distraction. You know everybody's looking at their phone so somebody steps out in the street. It doesn't see the bus coming bearing down on them. They instinctively jump back onto the safety of the sidewalk and say instinctively because this is much faster than our thinking brain. Imagine you look up the bus and go. Is that really going fast enough you know. Is it going to veer splat. Credo no time for that so we jump back onto the safety of the sidewalk and then we have a fear response. All of our our basically our fight or flight response cakes in and says well that was crazy and i to be more precise that fight or flight response is where we get these catecholamines. We get all these basically adrenaline surge. That says hey you gotta you gotta run if you need to if you're not if you're not safe at this point okay but that also helps us have this fear response that says wow. You could have almost gotten killed. You should learn from this. Look both ways relearn what you learned as a kid. The problem is so that's think of that as super rapid. Is that instinctual response. The rapid response is that fear response. But then ideally that drains out of our system and we move on when we've learned right so this is what differentiates eighty is with the anxiety. Maybe we keep replaying it in our head. Oh i could have gotten killed. I'm an idiot. I shouldn't have done that. That is just kind of keeping that fear. Response going chronically naked. Happen for hours days weeks years you know and this is where people you know. It's not like we need a lifetime of psychotherapy for fear response right but what we do. What we do need is the ability to see the difference between a helpful fierce bonds and us literally getting spun out of control because our minds going out of control making us continue to think about it right. And i think we're all experiencing some very ation on those two things over the past you know year whether it's fear or unhealthy anxiety you know amidst a global pandemic and you know our weapons of of mass distraction that are feeding us conflicting about x y and z. I would suspect that you know. This is created an unbelievably robust. Petri dish. For you to really you know immerse yourself in the subject matter in which you are an expert and i know that you know early in the pandemic like last may you were writing pretty extensively about anxiety and how we were you know grappling with how to manage this this crazy shift in all of our lifestyles but here we are almost a year later It would seem to follow that. There's less uncertainty now. Perhaps the same amount of fear but have you seen any kind of differentiation in how your patients or or the population at large is kind of coping with Cova i so i would say there are two main things that i'm noticing both in my clinic and then just at march one is that there is that big spike of while. This is crazy this is really going to be a pandemic as it. Wow this really is a pandemic and then how dangerous is this. How infectious is this. All of that that uncertainty has gone down a little bit and the death rate has gone down when people figured out things like using steroids. To help you know severely ill patients so that part has helped yet. We've seen continual spikes and these are intermittent once we don't know when they're going to happen. With other forms of uncertainty like the variants o of this variant popped up. And now there's and then those things feed a whole 'nother level of uncertainty. We've also seen things that really haven't changed that much. In terms of the uncertainty you know small businesses for example the economy for example. This is totally unprecedented. So everybody is kind of feeling their way through this whether it's a poor small business owner i've seen so many who've just like put their life savings in like just one more just one more month right and then they crash and burn or the. You know the feds are trying to figure out how to prop up the economy without you know throwing us into whatever wild inflation or whatever. That's not my lane. So i don't know but the other piece that i've seen on top of this is how people are coping coping with air quotes. Because you know you've probably heard of a quarantine fifteen and where people have gained weights and people are turning to these short-term coping strategies because they are immediate and you feel good in the moment whether it's drinking drinking has gone up. Actually it's interesting. Drinking has gone up a significant part of the population and some people have just basically cut out there drinking. Probably due to lack of social resources in the usual places that they do so drinking's gone up netflix's had quite a ride. You know social media all these things have gone up as coping mechanisms. That are probably gonna get laid down even harder as negative habits. That people are gonna have. That's gonna give this pandemic along tail and then you know. I think the anxiety piece is going to have an even longer tail summer describing this as the coming. You know epidemic of anxiety

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Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

"This is, according to a new medical examiner's report. His body was found in the Homewood Suites and Brandon Monday, and hotel staff actually introduced room twice in the days before mistakenly thinking he was asleep in a chair. Jackson's family says his brain is being donated to the Boston CTE study, which researches the effects of severe concussions, Cognitive impairments, behavioral abnormalities. Uh, mark mood instability, depression, anxiety, behavioral impulsivity. Nero. Psychologist Michael Schaumburg at US F. Says the effects of CTE can only be studied after the victim dies. The sheriff's office says Jackson's family indicated he may have suffered from chronic Alcoholism. Upon 7 34. The N H. L is headed for the great outdoors this weekend. The league is

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Chicago Weather: Light Snow Tapers To Flurries

Bob Sirott

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago Weather: Light Snow Tapers To Flurries

"Well, you may have a little bit of light snow flurries out there this morning watching on radar. Well, a couple of little blips near Rosemont and Nero parking in downtown Chicago. The story of the day is going to be clouds and flurries in behind your 31 then mostly cloudy tonight with a low down to 21 but decreasing clouds toward tomorrow morning and we could see some son it really tomorrow. Before the clouds come back in another chance of snow high near 29 tomorrow, right now in Chicago, 28 degrees the windshields 21.

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Resident burned, condo complex damaged after four-alarm fire in northeast Dallas

Glenn Beck

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Resident burned, condo complex damaged after four-alarm fire in northeast Dallas

"Dallas Fire Rescue was called out early this morning to fight a four alarm fire in a condo complex on Walnut Street, Nero Delia Road in northeast Dallas. Smoke and flames were pouring out of the three story building's roof. When firefighters arrived more than 100, firefighters were brought in to knock the blaze down. Most of the 16 privately owned condos in the building were damaged. At least one resident was injured. The investigation

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Revelation 12-18: Signs and Symbols

The Bible Recap

05:10 min | 9 months ago

Revelation 12-18: Signs and Symbols

"John continues explaining his vision to us today in. Its filled with lots of signs and symbols. That means many of these things aren't literal their symbolic and while there is some debate. Now about what. These things mean if we try to figure out how to apply them to future events. John's original audience probably wasn't confused at all. They saw this vision through the lens of israel's history and as you know jewish literature loves signs and numbers and symbols so will impact some of that today. I we see a woman giving birth to a child that would rule the nations. There's a beast that doesn't like this. Who tries to put a stop to it. All she goes to live in the wilderness. Where god takes care of her. Does any of that sound familiar. Most people think this woman is israel that satan is the dragon and that the stars that got swooped down by the dragon's tail or the angels. Who joined him. War breaks out in heaven between the elect. Angels and satans angels and the elec angels win so satan and his angels are addicted. Since they can't stay in heaven they mount an attack on earth but god miraculously protects israel boarded again. Satan's angel goff to attack. God's other kids and in john's times they likely would have seen this as referring to the gentiles. Or maybe the church at large. Or maybe the remnant of israel in chapter thirteen giannis. A sea beast. It sounds a lot like the dragon. Seven heads ten horns and if you're with us in the old testament you may remember that horns symbolize kings or kingdoms there a sign of power. Everybody on earth thinks the beast is awesome. And if you're alive during john's day you're probably thinking oh right room because everyone worships this beast. Except for god's kids according to verse eight and for the jews in john's day this would be a flashback to the book of daniel when he and a few of his friends were living in babylon and king nebuchadnezzar demanded to be worshiped. So in verse eleven. John reminds his readers. How god's kids are called to respond in this kind of situation he says ear is a call for the endurance and faith of the saints. The way to overcome is to remain faithful despite persecution next. John describes an earth beast. This beast has a lot of power over the people of earth and does a lot of things that are attempts to counterfeit god in his ways. It looks like a lamb at fakes. Its own resurrection. And it has people mark themselves on the forehead and the hand remember the factories. We talked about a little leather boxes with scripture and then that religious jews where that comes from deuteronomy six four through eight which says eero israel the lord our god the lord is one you shall love the lord god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might and these words that i command you today shall be on your heart you shall bind them as a sign on your hand and they shall be as front litz between your is the beast counterfeits this with his own name instead of the name of god and remember how in hebrew every letter of the alphabet has a number assigned to it. The beast name is spelled with the letter. Six six six which also happens to be how you spell out the name of nero the roman emperor so this probably isn't literal. It's probably representative of who you worship. There are other ways to interpret this through a modern lens but if we look at it through the lens of john's readers they likely would have understood roamed be babylon two point which we already know from i peter five and they probably would have seen this hand forehead business as representative of who you belong to are you mark. With god's name or rome's we're in jerusalem in chapter fourteen. And jesus is there with a one hundred and forty four thousand which again maybe a precise number. It is probably symbolic of a much larger number. These marked with god's name on their foreheads and probably not literally they sing and worship god then three angels show up with three messages angel number. One says worship god because judging is coming angel number two says babylon is fallen. Angel number three says those who worshipped the beast. Instead of god will hit god's judgment and everlasting punishment and again. John reminds his readers in verse. Twelve year is a call for the endurance of the saints. Those who keep the commandments of god and their faith in jesus despite the attacks of the beast god has the final. Say some angels assist. Maybe jesus in beginning to work out justice and vengeance on the earth by the way. John says these angels come out of the temple in heaven yesterday and today. We've seen three references to this temple in heaven. Some believe the earthly temple was a literal replica of a temple in heaven and simply the word temple is just a reverence to god's dwelling place in general and this may or may not be the same thing referred to in chapter fifteen as the sanctuary of the tent of witness seven. More angels. Come out carrying seven bowls of god's wrath which are also described as plagues. Some of these plagues might remind you of what we saw. A longtime ago in egypt sores on those who don't worship god the season the rivers and springs become blood the sun scorch and burns people then darkness than the river dries up and the enemies of god used their demonic powers to perform signs just like barros magicians then before the seventh bowl the armies at the world gathering the planes of armageddon on our trips to israel we stand on mount carmel and look over that patch of land in john's day. It served as the crossroads of the world kind of like the atlanta airport and while the armies are gathered there. The seventh angel pours out his bowl of earthquakes. Fallen city sunken islands crumbling mountains lightning thunder and one hundred pound. Hailstones and god makes babylon or rome. Drink the cup of his wrath

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Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown

Weekend Edition Sunday

06:24 min | 9 months ago

Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown

"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the poorest Brazilians. Well, God, by shown on that plan was in fact approved by Congress. Yet the president's getting the credit while other side's going there, Jenny, Although President Chinese there was another, it was a brilliant idea says You've done the same thing. Silver sells coconuts and cocktails. On a beach in Rio called Prive Amillia. He was stuck at home for several months because his beach was closed by Cove it when we do we've got step Gordon Carter. That was really tough, He says. Emergency payments about $120 a month. Helped his family survive that silver used to be a leftist, You know? God, I miss you both on audio. If we my everyday my Jamie. He says that the next election, both Sanada gets his boat real dish. Nero is now gearing up for the new year in an unusually subdued mood. Normally, there's this to look forward to a massive New Year's Eve party for more than a million people on Copacabana beach that's canceled. Most here are waiting for the vaccine. Even that is a source of friction with boss and arrow. Medical experts want as many Brazilians as possible to be vaccinated. The president's critics say he seems to want the opposite. Bull scenario has said mandatory vaccinations off a dog's, which you will know what time I was here, he says. He won't be having one it punch it up. And that's that.

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Big Brass Banned

Your Brain on Facts

06:08 min | 10 months ago

Big Brass Banned

"Goes way way back and was created in distant disparate places egypt rome india italy hungary. You name it. There are ancient roman coins that depict niro playing the bagpipes so while we can debate whether or not nero fiddled while rome burned hinging mostly on what the definition of fiddle is. It seems clear. He played the bagpipes. It's not clear when bagpipes made it to scotland. But we do know that at the time they had only a single drone. The pipe put makes the characteristic constant background note until the fifteen hundreds won a second drone was added and the last drone was added in the seventeen hundreds all of the chiefs of the highland clans employed pipers for both peacetime and war spurring their troops on victory until seventeen forty five bagpipes were linked to jacobite ism the movement that sought to remove james the second from the british throne and restore the catholic. Stuart kings the jacobites saw the bagpipes. As an icon of scottish national belonging and military pride while there are loyalist opponents saw it at best as a risible accessory for unflattering caricatures and at worse as an instrument of war carrying pipes was viewed the same as carrying a weapon. And a your command was tried for treason. The court declared quote no highland regiment data piper and therefore. His bagpipes in the eyes of the law was an instrument of author and sentenced him to death but john gibson author of traditional gaelic bag piping seventeen forty five to nineteen forty-five said it didn't happen that way the bagpipe man. Not the execution. That part happened. In fact the execution of the piper james reid might have to the muddling of the historical waters. Some of the confusion seems to stem from the disarming act of seventeen forty six which would get an amendment quote restraining. The use of highland dress this outlawed tartan plaid but didn't say anything about bagpipes. James reid may well have been piper. But that wasn't why he got the short drop and sudden stop he'd taken part in jacobite rebellion's and conviction had nothing to do with the disarming act so a case could be made that the seventeen forty five ban. Didn't actually happen. That makes that one line from braveheart. Goodbye plan outlawed. Choose twice as wrong. Since that set over four centuries earlier the bagpipes were verifiably band. In the nineteen forties in poland. Germans forbade the polls to play their pipes for a similar reason. Because of its ability to stir up nationalist spirit. Just think about that the next time you say it sounds like a bag of cats and a garbage disposal in fairness though you're not completely alone in your entirely wrong hatred of bagpipes in eighteen ninety seven. Belgium sent an expedition to antarctica with the intention of being the first party to over winter there even in modern antarctica with modern transportation. A lot of planning goes into keeping a crew alive. If you're in charge of the food you might have to plan out a years worth of meals and order your supplies eighteen months in advance. And that's today so imagine what it was like more than one hundred twenty years ago. Part of the plan of the rv gca that being the ship that they took was to hunt and eat penguins which would not only provide them with fat and protein but also vitamin c to ward off scurvy catching animals perfectly adapted to the harshest climate on earth turned out to be much easier than they thought. The supplies of the ship included a few musical instruments to maintain morale and whatnot. Apparently all you had to do was play the trumpet and the penguins would come right up to you when one man took out his banjo and played. It's a long way to tipperary a whole raft of penguins which is the collective noun gathered to listen. The reception was somewhat more critical for the bagpiper. The penguins fled in terror and plunged back into the sea tremendous tinkerer. Benjamin franklin had been so captivated by performances on musical glasses. Were you rub your fingers around the rim of glasses with different amounts of water in them to produce different notes. It was big in the eighteenth century and franklin wanted to see if he could make it even better. He saw that before each concert. The performer would tune the instrument by filling each glass with just the right amount of water. That sounds like a half. And if you watched miss congeniality by choice or because it was on in the waiting room you know that musical glasses are one of the few instruments that can be ruined by being mistaken for craft services in a letter written in seventeen sixty two to the italian scientist. Giambattista macharia franklin described a musical instrument. He had designed that made use of thirty-seven cups to help you. Visualize it rather than cups think bolts each one a little bit smaller than the last picture them in a neat stack. Now imagine a rod going down through the lot turning it on its side and having them spin on that rod as an axle thanks to a foot pedal and

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Scott Atlas resigns as coronavirus adviser to Trump

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Scott Atlas resigns as coronavirus adviser to Trump

"Is resigning. Dr Scott Atlas, the Stanford University Nero radiologist, brought in as a coronavirus adviser to President Donald Trump is leaving the White House. Ah White House official confirms Atlas resigned at the end of his temporary government assignment. Atlas had no formal experience in public health or infectious diseases, and he clashed with top government scientists, including White House coronavirus Task Force members. Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr Deborah Burkes Atlas was at the tip of the spear in Resisting stronger measures to contain the pandemic that has now killed more than 267,000. Americans. Might Grassi, a

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"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"The roman empire's failings and he was the monster who brought it to it's knees still in the end. The arguments of niro supporters have been drowned out by the complaints of his detractors. His legacy is one of ego centric anti-christian injustice in violence of tyranny. And of the pride. The comes before the fall. There are no more wild flowers on his grave. And there's no one left to indulge his dangerous delusions. Thanks for listening to dictators. We'll be back next week. To begin our new season on marxist leninist maoist dictators in asia. Fittingly we'll start with chairman mao zedong. You can find all episodes of dictators and all other originals for free on spotify. We'll see you next time..

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

06:20 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Tigger lena's made a difficult decision and threw his lot in with the coup on a warm night in june. Sixty eight see. The senators quietly invited a large cohort of the praetorian guard to a meeting at the senate. The clandestine gathering had only one topic the fall of nero by the time. The first light of dawn appeared on the horizon. The senate and praetorian declared nero to be an enemy of the state. The sentence for his crimes was obvious. Death on june eighth sixty eight. Ce niro woke up in the middle of the night to find his palace. Completely deserted even his praetorian guards. Were nowhere to be found. His paranoia kicked into overdrive narrow quickly. Surmised that an empty palace. In an unprotected emperor could only mean one thing somebody was coming for him but niro wasn't going to wait around discover who wanted to strike the fatal blow the emperor still in his pajamas. Fled the palace desperately looking for help. Unfortunately all he found were a handful of attendance who had stayed behind one of his freedman named found offered his villa in the suburbs as a hideout so using what he had in front of him. Niro ordered them to help him get out of rome. The group road frantically until dawn and made it safely out of the city but niro was still in his pajamas and suddenly. He was struck with panic. He was in no condition to go much. Further people might notice his odd outfits. And what if word got out. How far behind were his assassins to calm zero down. His attendance pointed to founds villa which was nearby but soon they saw soldiers nearing the main road to the villa. The only way in was through a secret entrance. The plan through the secret entrance worked but once safely inside the villa nero was still a nervous wreck. One of niro's companions offered to go back to the city and find out what was happening. Perhaps all this panic was nothing a few hours later. The courier returned with dire news. The senate had condemned niro to death. Soldiers were scouring the countryside looking for him and as it turned out their escape had been witnessed by plenty of citizens however there was worse news. The senate had ordered niro's execution be carried out by an ancient method. The emperor was shocked and confused. He had no idea what an ancient method of execution meant niro turn to one of his attendance and asked if they knew they did and it wasn't going to be quick. The vilified emperor would be stripped naked and paraded through the streets of rome. Then after his humiliation he would be taken to a public arena and beaten to death with rods for a man who had only ever wanted to be adored by the this humiliating execution was the worst possible nightmare. When the group saw how distraught nero was they humbly suggested that suicide might be a better option after all roman still considered suicide to be a noble death. Nero thought of seneca. It seemed he had no other choice. He tearfully asked for a dagger. His hand trembled uncontrollably. So niro requested. If a paphitis his private secretary could help steady it as he put the dagger to his throat with a deep breath niro plunged the blade into his own neck as the blood poured forth. According to cassius dio the emperor looked up at one of his men and said what an artist dies with me on the morning of june ninth. Sixty eight c emperor. Nero was dead. Niro left no heir to his throne. When he died he was the last of giulio. Cloudy in line. A royal ancestry. Dating back through a gustis. Julius caesar that storied ancestry meant many. Romans mourned his death even if they had hated him while he was alive and even of his reign like the several tyrants before him had proven that the right bloodline doesn't make a good leader. Mourners left wild flowers on his grave in the months and years following his death a fitting tribute to a man who preferred to think of himself as a sensitive artist rather than an emperor. The senate installed a new emperor service. Gal the man who led the assassination cabal. Unfortunately he was unable to quell the unrest across the empire. Less than a year into his rain galbraith was assassinated. it appeared. that roams troubles weren't simply dude narrows. in governance ruling. An empire was no small feat and narrow supporters pointed to the power vacuum. He left behind as evidence. The young emperor was a selfish and foolish leader. But the demise of the empire wasn't solely his responsibility it ultimately took about a year of civil war before a new emperor reunited the senate and the rebellious regions of the empire. Nero may have been as much a product of.

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"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Considered niro's so-called triumph sickening display of his narcissism ignorance and tyranny. Rome had turned into a complete farce but the triumph wasn't the only problem. Over the years of niro's rule. The empire had literally started coming apart. Thanks to a wave of rebellions in the west in modern day britain queen boudicca started a long series of battles against roman occupation in the east near present day armenia. An uprising in the kingdom of partha successfully annexed a huge swath of roman territory. There were even rumors of a coming rebellion near judea where they hated. Christians had originated niro's callous. Tyrannical temper was coming back to haunt him not that he seemed overly concerned. Nero had completely ignored the uprisings. Now roane was militarily weaker than it had ever been to the citizens and the senators it appeared that the emperor had no interest in maintaining rooms. Glory even with the threat of execution for treason. Conspiring whispers began once again. In order to save the empire drastic measures had to be taken much of the senate wanted niro dead and they couldn't wait any longer. They needed to kill him before he killed rome. Coming up niro stands alone introducing murder on middle beach a new. Hbo original documentary series that follows first time filmmaker madison hamburg as he relentlessly seeks answers to his own mother's unsolved murder and attempts to absolve his loved ones in the process over the course of eight years madison interviews those closest to him and uncovers a web of family secrets connections to shadowy figures and years. Old resentments in their deceptively serene connecticut hometown while madison wrestles with troubling revelations and a parallel police investigation. The most unsettling conflict comes from his obligation to bring his own family and community into question for this unspeakable crime. It's been ten years since his mother was murdered. How much longer. Until he uncovers the full truth about his mother his family his hometown and finally reaches closure for himself murderer on middle beach. Premieres november fifteenth at ten pm on. Hbo max this episode is brought to you by bank of america. You finally decided to learn how to ice skate. So you ordered the essentials. Every ice skater needs a pair of blades. A new helmet and a good set of pads. And you used your bank of america's cash rewards credit card choosing to earn three percent cashback on online shopping rewards that you put towards the cost of an essential piece of posts skating recovery. A heating visit bank of america dot com slash more rewarding to apply now copyright twenty twenty bank of america corporation. Now back to the story at the beginning of sixty eight see. The roman empire was falling apart thirty year old. Emperor nero had drained rome's treasury to build the new palace and he'd spent even more money on his vanity concert tour over the course of his rule. Numerous rebellions had broken out across the empire. Unfortunately for the roman people their leader didn't care niro was happy to stay holed up in his new palace. He wild away his days singing and playing the harp having trysts with his numerous lovers and simply wandering the gardens in the process he was making enemies. Everywhere even to galena in the praetorian guard. Were alarmed at niro's lack of concern for the state of the empire. Things finally came to a head in late spring of sixty eight. See when yet. Their uprising hit this time in present day. Spain with narrow still unbothered. The roman governor of the region decided to take matters into his own hands by declaring himself the new head of the roman senate. The.

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"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

06:46 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"In fact niro's scandalous behavior inspired multiple assassination plots in april of sixty five e senate console. Let her honest. Us and three others began whispering among senators and high levels citizens about the emperor's so-called crimes but they knew that it wasn't enough to simply kill narrow the needed a replacement and they decided on guys piso the popular roman statesman the conspirators also tried to loop seneca niro's old mentor and advisor into their plot. Some accounts claim that within this scheme there was even a sub conspiracy to kill piso and make seneca emperor for years. Seneca had been living a quiet peaceful life in the countryside so when he heard of the plot he quickly opted out. He was perfectly content to live out the rest of his days. Far away from rome's bloody politics undeterred. Let her on and his men continued flooding the logistics of their attack. Unfortunately their disloyalty did not remain secret for long word of the assassination plot. Got back to narrow by way of a freedman named flavius gave us. The news awakened a level of paranoia in the emperor after manufacturing love and praise. Niro was confused as to why anyone would want to kill him. perhaps he had let his guard down. There was no point in dwelling on the reasons instead niro knew he needed to get his assassins before they got to him. He dispatched the praetorian to hunt down the conspirators they cornered latter on us at his home and promptly executed him. The rest either met the same fate or fled. Rome left only seneca to explain his meeting with the conspirators however nero still had a fundus for his old mentor when the praetorian villa. They were simply there to interrogate the aging teacher seneca to the meeting with the cabal but claimed he had refused to participate in the plot. But the paranoia eight at nero. He wasn't so sure he actually believed the answers. Seneca gave making the situation. Worse reportedly was niro's praetorian general Gelinas tig gelinas never liked seneca. So he likely fed into niro's paranoia. He may have told the emperor that as long as seneca was alive they could never be certain of his loyalty nero. New tig leanness was right so he ordered senecas death by suicide. When news of seneca suicide reached rome for a brief while. All talk of assassinations ceased. The senators knew that if nero could order the death of his old mentor. Nobody was safe. They were right to be on guard. Niro's paranoia didn't dissipate with seneca's death. There were only two people in the entire empire. Niro trusted take lena's and prepare. Sadly trust wasn't enough to save the pregnant papaya from her husband's notorious temper. The specific details are debated by ancient and modern historians. But in the summer of sixty five c but payers supposedly said something that's set niro off. Perhaps papaya made a light criticism of niro's voice one night or maybe she questioned the way niro chose to perform a specific piece no matter what she said accounts claim that niro turned on papaya and viciously beat her to the floor as his pregnant wife. Coward on the ground niro proceeded to kick her until she stopped moving with his behavior already drawing negative attention in rome. Niro knew that papayas death would send shockwaves through the public. He had already defamed. His ex wife octavia who had been genuinely beloved by the roman people killing. The woman who took her place was unforgivable. So as usual nero had to quickly clean up the problem the officials story was that she died. Because of a miscarriage niro was genuinely distraught by death. He ordered a lavish funeral for her and even had her body embalmed not cremated as was the norm. He loved papaya and the fact that he led his temper get the better of him weighed heavily on his conscience so much so that two years after her death. While on a musical tour in greece niro married a eunuch named sports who bore an uncanny resemblance to paige nero even called him by her name from the fall of sixty six ce through the beginning of sixty eight. C nero had moved his musical aspirations to the road. He was on tour in greece. Performing for apparently sold out stadiums. That were in fact made up of paid audiences however at a certain point niro decided to end his tour maybe pay. His death still weighed heavily on him in early. Sixty eight c. He returned to rome and to his nearly finished golden palace but even in the midst of grief niro as usual completely disregarded propriety. When he brought his massive entourage back to italy he did so in a grandiose spectacle called a triumph as you may recall triumphs were. The grand parades reserved for returning generals like niro's grandfather germanacos. Of course niro was no soldier so instead of marching through the city streets with spoils of war slaves or golden offerings. To gods narrows simply paraded through antietam album and finally rome with his age. Eighteen hundred laurel wreath awards. He won in greece. The senate was disgusted. They.

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"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Messenger came with frantic news. A fire had broken out at the circus maximus. It quickly got out of control and set the city ablaze. Narrow dropped everything and back to rome. Even he had to admit his performance would have to wait as the flames consumed rome for six straight days. The emergency consumed niro contemporary accounts. Note that he tried fighting the blaze with strategic to contain the fire during this time. Nero was just like any other roman citizen covered in soot choking on smoke and trying desperately to save the city from the inferno as ancient roman historian. Cassius dio wrote there was shouting and wailing. Children women men and the elderly altogether. No one could see anything or understand what was said by reason of the smoke and shouting niro was in the middle of chaos. Trying to help for a brief moment. He looked like the leader. His old mentor. Seneca had always hoped he would be but this was hardly enough to change narrow from selfish tyrant to beloved leader. Once the fire was contained the emperor set out to rebuild the city unfortunately narrow sought to recreate the city in his image and in doing so he earned the scorn of the citizens forever. Nero decided that one of the best places to start his revival of rome was with his own alice. It was his delusional belief that the people would be inspired if he renovated the golden mansion. I he was wrong. The people weren't too pleased by this decision and mocked niro's extravagance then that mockery turned to fury when they learned that part of the palace renovation men seizing several city blocks destroyed residences niro. The land where burned homes once stood and began construction immediately. The palace was to cover two hundred acres and nero literally called it. The domus aria or golden house at the center of a vestibule constructed for the sprawling palace complex on the summit of the villian hill was a gilded bronze statue of neuro himself standing over one hundred feet tall dub colossus neronha's. The statue could be seen from almost anywhere in the city. No one could escape niro's gaze of course all of these renovations including the decorative gold cost money and soon it became obvious that the project would be far over budget. Niro needed cash fast. But even at the height of the roman empire it was difficult for an ember to simply make money appear and thanks to uncle caligula using the treasury as his own personal atm. Niro's empire was far from its former glory under augustus. Niro however i'd always done what he wanted. And this time was no different. In order to raise the funds narrow increased taxes and extorted provincials unsurprisingly. The audacity of these moves did not go over well with romans and it got people talking. Many of rome's newly homeless residents started to whisper. That niro's started the fire in the first place after all it was a convenient excuse to clear dozens of acres for a new palace. The rumors spread through the city. Faster than the fire had neuro wasn't fully aware of his reputation in the street but he wasn't just completely out of touch with the public members of his own administration. Were also doing their best. To shelter the temperamental emperor. From the negative press. The head of the praetorian guard. Tig leanness was a leader in this effort under his watch more often than not niro's detractors would simply disappear. Unfortunately despite his best efforts he couldn't execute half of the city and soon the public outcry intensified before long the rumors finally reached niro's ears and by now they claimed that it was practically unknown fact that niro caused the fire. Nero was shocked but luckily he didn't get angry rather he knew he needed to save himself. Shifting the blame to someone else then perhaps the public would forget about the golden house and the increase of taxes. Niro's is turn to a religious sect. That was already hated more than he was. It was a small but growing cult of one man's devout followers. They.

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"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

04:14 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Absent. Emperor nero was conveniently at his villa. An- antietam miles from the capital and as the fire tore through the center of western civilization. He sat on his balcony practicing his lyre and singing. Welcome to dictators a spotify original from park cast. I'm richard and i'm kate on this show. We're going deep into the minds of some of history's most hated despots. This is our final episode on the bloody and tyrannical reign of the roman empire's giulio cloudy and dynasty. Today we conclude.

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Into the flames. unfortunately niro didn't realize that he was rushing.

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Senate ron rome from day to day in doing so nero was free to pursue his.

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Was making it clear. His mother was untouchable. Still agra pena wasn't one to leave her position up to the fickle power of love. She wasted no time in solidifying her influence on her. As the new emperor she made sure nero can loyal births in close confidence. Like minister of defense and seneca became one of narrows chief advisors essentially filling the role of a chief of staff niro cared for both men and valued their opinions highly but they were more loyal to his mother. Their advice to the young emperor often came after consulting with agra pena niro even gave his mom and official escort and he had the senate moved from its long standing home in the roman forum where women were prohibited during niro's rain. The senators gathered in the royal palace. Which made it convenient for agra pena to eavesdrop on the political debates also handled most of the administrative decisions for her soft-spoken son who is more than happy to leave business to her and keep practicing his art ancient. Roman historian cassius dio even wrote agra pena managed for him all the business of the empire. She received embassies and sent letters to various communities. Governors and kings when it came down to it. Agra pena was running rome which was fine with narrow because he was having the time of his life especially at night niro quickly discovered a love for roman nightlife. Under the careful watch of the cohort. As elam units of men who patrolled the city at night niro went to brothels bars and gambling dens almost every evening the cohort as veggie lem which was like a nightwatch was led by praetorian named tig s. Gelinas was a conniving sycophant who fully supported muros vices. Nothing made faster friends than a shared secret and he became one of narrows most trusted confidence as he stood guard over the young emperor's frivolities it was during one of his late night excursions to rome. Cd underbelly that seventeen year old nero met a woman named acting. She was a beautiful freed woman and full of confidence not so different from his mother. Niro was immediately smitten with her. They embarked on a passionate affair. Niro even brought to the palace for trysts of course with his young wife. Octavius dylan residents. It didn't take long for agra peanut to hear about niro's affair. From the poor girl agra pino was furious their families hold on power was still tenuous. There were many senators who remembered that was an adopted heir. Others had grown annoyed by agra pena's overbearing influence on the young emperor. She couldn't afford.

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"nero" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

08:23 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on Dictators

"Caligula was not liked by the senate and ghanaian was a valuable ally to have in the ranks. Unfortunately caligula realized. He made a miscalculation ghanaian wasn't an ally to anyone including his own family denies. His only allegiance was to the bottle according to suetonius a roman historian of the time he was a drinker and all around angry man. His rage was well known he gown out. A soldiers i after the soldier criticized him and he had even killed several people in fits of anger when a young boy playing in the street didn't move out of the way denies ran over the child with his chariot. Luckily guinea's died sometime in narrows third year of life which left nero firmly under the influence of his mother. Agra pena the younger to fully understand niro's story. We have to get to know agra pena i. She was the daughter of germanacos the beloved former heir to the throne who died before he could rule. Ultimately this left the empire to curricula however agra pena still had an intimate view of roman rule at least she did until caligula her and her sister lucilla for conspiring against him. Luckily in colella was assassinated just four years into his reign. His mocked uncle claudius became emperor and with fifty year old uncle. Claudius in power agra pena saw opportunity agra pena grew up surrounded by backstabbing and plotting within the emperor's palace. She learned early on that for a woman to gain power and prestige was to play smart and be resourceful so she would use her son nero to her political advantage but at this point he was still a child. So when claudius invited agra pena to return from exile she set out playing a long game of political chess. She waited and prepared to make the key moves that would bring her ever closer to the throne received a thorough classical education but he took particular interest in the arts supposedly one of his sitters was a dancer and she taught niro about artistry and emotion. This gentle encouragement planted a deep appreciation for the arts. In the little boy and much like his departed uncle caligula nero developed a love for song and dance and for attention. Niro wanted to be adored. He admired the musicians and athletes. Who gain the love of the people through their excellence. Niro learn to see artistic performance as equal to athletics. He longed to be a champion even if it was as a dancer instead of as a gladiator but his mother soon quashed that dream when her son was around. Eleven years old agra piano found herself closer to the throne than than ever after emperor. Claudius discovered his third wife mess. Alina valeria had a torrid in public affair. He had her executed suddenly. The emperor was newly single early sources. Maintain that mess. Selena had plans to conspire against claudius with her new lover which explains her execution others. Hint at the possibility of agra pena being involved has the one who made the affair public in the first place in any case with. Claudius now alone agra pino was in a good place to make her next move marrying. Claudius as empress agra pena finally held the highest position a woman could have in rome now she could pivot her focus from her own power to her son. It was time to start grooming. Nero to be emperor. Agra pena realize the teenage narrow needed a more classical education. Nobody cared if the emperor could sing like a bird. He had to be a knowledgeable and confident leader so she turned to one of rome's most famous philosophers lucia seneca in forty nine c. Seneca returned from exile to become. Niro's mentor taking long and instructive strolls through the palace grounds with him he taught with proverbs and bits of wisdom leaving the teenager to work out for himself with the lesson was for the first time. Nero was learning about the world of power and politics. His lessons with seneca often related to patients and leadership. As the boy grew seneca with agra pena's goal of forming him into a beloved emperor seneca saw potential in niro. The boy could be another tyrant like his uncle caligula or a thoughtful empathetic leader like augustus. The aging scholar had lived under four emperors already now. He had the chance to mold the perfect ruler. But seneca wasn't the only person who had to seniors potential as a perfect ruler not long. After seneca became the boy's tutor agra peanut convinced emperor claudius to become niro's adoptive father newroz path to the throne was becoming clear but it was far from certain nero was merely an adopted son and claudius had other children from previous wives. Luckily agra pena had one last move that would solidify her son's place as claudius air marriage. Nero was disinterested in power. He was happy with his artistry and enjoyed his lessons from seneca. The last thing he wanted was to get married and succumbed to the obligations of living in the emperor's family and putting on a show for the masses but agra pena didn't care much about our teenage sons opinion narrows rise wasn't just about niro. It was about their family. The line of germanacos consolidating power and the best way to do this was to have narrow mary. One of claudius daughters so agra pena's set her sights on octavia who at the time was around thirteen or fourteen years old even though she was narrow. Stepsister nero and octavia. Were married in the summer of fifty three c. Niro wasn't merely an adopted son any longer he was now. Claudius son son-in-law as well but fifteen year old nero was unhappy. He detested his father uncle and didn't care much for his new wife cousin either but he knew he a duty to his mother and he wanted to please her. He reluctantly joined palace gatherings and gave officials speeches in the senate usually written by seneca slowly but surely nero is being introduced to the public as the young face of power in rome even though he still preferred singing to speeches for the most part romans. Both citizens and senators alike accepted narrow. He had the endorsement of seneca and a storied family to boot. It was all but certain that he would eventually rule rome. All that was left was for emperor. Claudius to die. Of course agra pena had solution for that too.

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"nero" Discussed on The Twelve Six Podcast

The Twelve Six Podcast

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"nero" Discussed on The Twelve Six Podcast

"You can't even contact with player so you've been fired from agency without ever being told correct. Wow baseball players of the worst. I'm sorry it's terrible. And like i said. Culturally our culture's changed. Loyalty is no longer a factor. I mean you know in the in the in the in the movie during mcguire. He signed the football player in the father. Said my word is my bond and then a month later. The guy fired right. So it's it's it's a very very difficult business and It it's got to the point where it doesn't make a lot of sense Because of the recruiting because of the lack of loyalty and also in order to compete. You have to recruit hundreds of players and only three percent make right. Yeah and even if you have a lineup of one hundred players yet you're right like your banking on hopefully three to five of them pan outright correct. Wow that's hard to fathom that being a business model that is so attractive but so many people would love. I mean have said i would love to be a sports agent but i don't think that they probably understand exactly the extent to which the work the work has to be put in on the front on the front end yet they They will want to be jerry maguire. But they forget jerry. Maguire only have one client and the idea of being decide during a football game is not real yet. i wonder. Have you ever done any other sports. Besides baseball yeah my my company that i founded sports We were in all three major sports When i sold my company to octagon We represented dwayne wade and chris bosh and donovan. Mcnab We had a big football division of basketball division but when octagon acquired company they wanted me to focus on baseball so we sold the basketball division to see a the football division was so back to the football agents and we focus strictly on baseball It's we're going on twelve years now with octagon so you mentioned culture earlier is it. Unique isn't uniquely different to baseball. The idea that you have to manage so many clients from latin america and the divide between the latin american players in the in the american players. The needs that they have in the way it needs to be handled. It does it. Does it feel uniquely challenging in baseball versus the other sports while the other sports are are much more. Make more sense financially. Because when you're recruiting a basketball player he gets. He gets drafted and he goes in the nba view. If you're recruiting football player. He gets drafted and goes the nfl. But if you're a baseball player He's going to spend three four five six years in minor leagues and he's got a very small chance of making it so it's a lot a lot of effort that goes into the baseball business compared to football basketball on the other hand the careers longer. Once the player makes it. You know i look at randy johnson and wade boggs might be iza and those are some of our hall of famers.

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Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, discusses new book "The Lie That Binds"

The Electorette Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, discusses new book "The Lie That Binds"

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner, and this is the electorate on this episode, have a conversation with the hogue, the president of Nero Pro, choice America, and he joins me to discuss her new book. The lie that binds it's really an incredible book and it chronicles how abortion rights of all from being a non-partisan backburner issue to a central 'cause champion by conservatives in the radical, right. This is really one of those books that I have to read twice. It's that informative. So without further ADO, here's my conversation with Elise. Hogue. leasehold welcome to the cast. Thank you so much. You're. So before we jump into your book, I want us to talk about something because I recently learned that you were from Texas and that really my inches because I'm also from the South I'm from Memphis Tennessee, and I was reading one of your interviews where you'd said that you wanted to leave Texas because Uber afraid that you'd be bored and that was something like totally relate to. Manila it was sort of. Knew that there was a being rolled out there and I wanted to. It be challenged in You don't both my own horizons, but also different people different people think and act and. I am so privileged grateful to have been able to do that. You know I have to admit, and you may relate to this as being from a have A. Of defensiveness when it comes to people bashing Texas, they're such amazing people. They're they're such amazing within their and during such good work, and you can't judge inspired leaders. You have to judge us by Jordan Molly ivins in grammar yards and Janice Joplin for goodness. Sake. Now. There's just and that's true everywhere where there's adversity, there are amazing women trying to make a better future to Tennessee. It's true taxes in needs recognized. That is absolutely true. I FEEL DEFENSIVE ABOUT MEMPHIS TO MEMPHIS. Amazing. You know have Bill Street. Yeah. There's some things that I wanted to get to and that's where I connected with you because I was like, yes, I understand that needs to escape. But yet you know having these strong ties to my hometown It's. US You know and I always say at in calm from a reproductive rights background at came to it, and part of that is my experience in Texas in watching Texans in particularly poor people in taxes in rural people in Texas I'm being the canaries in coalmines of these rearrested policies that use reproductive oppression disenfranchise. So I really love this book because I've read some bit of this history in different books over time, and you just put it together into end. So well, right and I. I think one of the things about the Republican. Party. That happens I think we have these debates in the media when people talk about it as we just accept the Republican. Party. As is right without kind of thinking about how they got here or the illogic of their kind of overarching philosophy because a lot of it doesn't really make sense. Right. But you know when you read your book, the Republican Party today is not the way that it used to be like it's not recognisable from. Prior, to nineteen seventy right you at one Haley. How they kind of cobbled together this coalition of these disaffected smaller groups. You know these Democrats, who weren't happy with the passage of the Civil Rights Act and know some religious groups. So what were some of these initial groups in that coalition? Awkward it was a little bit. The opposite, right that every every political party has factions. There's no question about it, but you know as as the sort of book opens, you do see Jerry Falwell senior, who, subsequently passed and Paul and at small set a really fundamental as they call themselves dominion. It S, which means they believe God gave digging into white men over systems, elliptical, economic social systems, and. Our. Country, whereas before they had to do very much Mansi in short all the sudden is rich move mad. The Women's Liberation Movement is really challenging total control over power systems in the country and they mobilized to political action fighting school desegregation and. It's a long long story. You see throughout the book is that. An establishment GOP, which you still have any conservatives who still had social liberals in fiscal conservatives, they were not finding enough to hang together in related. People who hadn't been voting band goals were building over ten. Maybe we should add up and there was crew rate and they got more and more halt on a constituency within their electoral coalition that increasingly represented a small small action in the country in their views and they. Title, they were making deals with the devil and they. You know what? If anything can prince is that the artifice around abortion which seemed great to that at the time and I'm sure we'll discuss. Because one place where were toweling. Stream minority and they knew they didn't have public pain on their side. So it was a constant balancing act and what ended up happening is these radicals increasingly over to the party with each subsequent election, and trump is the ultimate manifestation of that.

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Suspect is killed after California shooting spree killed 1, wounded 4 officers

Dave Ramsey

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect is killed after California shooting spree killed 1, wounded 4 officers

"Week in Paso Robles Florida California I should say the manhunt for you Mason James leroy is over suspected of having shot a sheriff deputy in targeting others in a series of attacks Nero was shot dead Thursday in a gun fight that ended with three other law enforcement personnel wounded and injured his father says his son was severely mentally ill and refused to take his

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Euro countries agree half trillion euros in support

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Euro countries agree half trillion euros in support

"Marius Centeno who heads the finance minister's groups from Europe countries was proud of the agreements this is doctor Lee and president we never have reacted so quickly to a crisis has designed the deal agreed by all nineteen finance ministers did not however include more far reaching cooperation in the fullest said barring guaranteed by all member countries this issue was left open despite it being a key demand from its the Spain France and six other countries the idea however was rejected by Germany Austria and the Netherlands Centeno however remained optimistic that they have learned from past mistakes we can all remember their response to the financial crisis of the last decade when Nero the a little too late this time around is different I'm Karen Thomas

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Canada, Australia will not send athletes to Olympics because of coronavirus

SportsCenter AllNight

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Canada, Australia will not send athletes to Olympics because of coronavirus

"If there are Olympic games this summer if Canada will be there the Canadiens grabbing headlines Sunday evening when their Olympic committee announced that they would not be sending athletes to any Olympics in the summer of twenty twenty Australia hasn't gone as far as Canada well the Australian athletes have been advised to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics to be in the summer of twenty twenty one because an Australian team quote could not be assembled in the changing circumstances at home and abroad the IOC's Sunday saying they will be exploring their options for the Tokyo games over the course of the next four weeks a worldwide group representing Olympic hopefuls and their supporters has been pushing the IOC to officially postponed the IOC's been steadfast in the past week plus saying the intention has been to hold the games are scheduled but there's been quite a bit of push back Sunday the IOC making its announcement that it would take a month to examine things Christine Brennan from USA today earlier on ESPN radio they had to do that by the international committee president Thomas Bach a former athlete himself actually with boy cut it out in the nineteen eighty Olympics so he he understands the plight of athletes including opportunities and and how difficult that can be now the president of the international Olympic committee and he has really lost the athletes shockingly as a former athlete himself he hasn't been responsive kind of Nero fiddling while Rome burns and he had to do this today and what what happened was that he thought a letter statement from the international Olympic committee basically saying that they will now be here the athletes to hear their concerns I think that the driving real difficulty training they're concerned about their health they're concerned about the well being of their family members and friends that they might be training with if if they're going for the Olympic Games what is the status of Olympic trials around the world a venue that the ability to even find a swimming pool to swim and that really came to time Olympic gold medalist kicked out of the Indiana University poll because they closed then kicked out of the YMCA three time Olympic gold medalist kicked out of the Y. is living in Indiana that's the plight of these athletes right now in the midst of all of our restrictions and understandable concerns about the pandemic and so Thomas Bach the IOC president finally got it and having lost the athletes you trying to win them back by saying he hears their voices he hears their concerns that it will be for weeks now that they will spend looking at the options the weather all the games this is another July twenty fourth August ninth in Tokyo which seems unlikely or postpone them which is kind of like turning a battleship not like postponing the NBA or the NHL or moving the masters and the British and the Boston Marathon guys this is a whole different thing to move an Olympics would be extraordinary and unprecedented but that's what they're looking at right now and look at themselves for weeks that decision do you think you made the right call Christine because I know that he use the word premature in terms of making a decision on whether the Tokyo games will be played but given the uncertainty around the corona virus and the number of leagues worldwide that have either postpone their seasons canceled their season said you know we're gonna put a pause on this and come back in twenty twenty one and we think this will be gone do you think that the Olympics should have taken that same approach are you where do you stand on the side of what Thomas Bach said today right Cordero I think I think that's the only decision you could make because they're trying to kick the can down the road a little bit and you're actually right other athletes who are endangering their health by continuing to train we don't know the answer to that will know if and when someone had positive for coronavirus and and that will probably be the definitive answer to your question that would be unfortunate to get to that point but you have to be NBA shut down when they had back with her to go there I think we may well see if that be the case even though it's a very different scenario because athletes are training all over the country all over the world and often they're by themselves or with just one or two people drive like they're in arenas that are full of fans it's it's a different scenario but I do think we cover the Olympics since nineteen eighty four our coverage you know never intern summer nothing surprises me about with the international Olympic committee will do and how to lead and to stand out of it they are and so with that in mind I think this is probably the only decision they were going to make because they want to take a little more time but my sense is postponement is on the horizon even though that is incredibly difficult for a city like Tokyo that they're preparing for what seven eight years for the moment obviously this is so much different than just moving a tournament a few months or even a year because of course as we know the Olympics are once every four years Summer Games once every four years later and often for those athletes at the once in a lifetime experience which I think is one of the positive body image on the committee might be trying to save the game even if it can be seen at that so negative in so many ways I understand those who defame postpone right now but we'll get there give you that answer very soon and hopefully all athletes will remain safe while they're continuing to train professionals say they'll take the next month and figure things out the Olympics if delayed for twelve months wouldn't be the first event pushed to twenty twenty one the Dubai World Cup is off until

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Bernie Sanders looks to broaden support after New Hampshire primary

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Bernie Sanders looks to broaden support after New Hampshire primary

"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has come out on top in new Hampshire's democratic presidential primary with more here's ABC's merry Bruce this victory here is the beginning of the end Donald Trump senator Bernie Sanders with the Nero granite state victory to win the democratic nomination Sanders consolidating support from the left coming in a close second moderate

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Democratic candidates go head-to-head on the Supreme Court

Todd Schnitt

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Democratic candidates go head-to-head on the Supreme Court

"I want to turn to the Supreme Court the balance on the court and the issues before the court right now president trump in just the last twenty four hours saying we've appointed one hundred ninety one federal judges to Supreme Court justices keeping his campaign promise to ship the court to the right with new Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh before it'll characters at the court climate change is working its way to the court and a major abortion cases on the docket this year but president Biden on the issue of abortion in twenty twelve you said president Obama's two Supreme Court pics of them there was no litmus test we pick people who an open mind did not come with an agenda and you said before we both believe that we should not apply Nero litmus tests to appointees to the Supreme Court but I also let me just let me just ask would you do it differently as president Mister vice president whether be a litmus test for say the rest of what I said I said that we are not not appoint anyone who did not have a view that on a new rate right suggested in the constitution that's not a specific test is a generic chest and only way the only reason women have the right to choose is because it's a term that there's underwriter rights coming from the ninth amendment in the constitution that's what I said I was I was part of the reason why Elena Kagan a work from beyond the Supreme Court I was part of the reason why Ruth trader Ginsberg is on the court I was part of the reason why certain wears on the court issued for me and hi to reside and I'm the reason why this right wasn't taking away a long time ago because I almost single handedly made sure the Robert Bork did not get on the court because he did not think there should be no right right on right for let me just straight Mister vice president I am aware of what you said is which is why I'm asking would you do it differently now would there be a litmus test on abortion yes there's a deal litmus test on abortion relates to of them fundamental value the constitution a woman does have a right to choose I would in fact if they ruled to be unconstitutional I will send to the United States con the Senate will pass I believe a bill that off that that that should be legislates Rovi way to Dodge adjusted by Casey it sure is a woman's right to do that and if you call that listens to us as a litmus test but what I was talking about the passer know which gets confused here is if there is no if you if you read the constitution very very narrowly and say there are no own enumerated rights of the judges say in the constitution doesn't exist you cannot have any of the things I care about anything I care about is a progressive members United States Congress at the time and as vice president as a member of

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