35 Burst results for "New America"
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Says Unilever, Ben & Jerry's Better Watch Out
"BDs movement Um and Unilever and Ben and Jerry's, for God's sakes, who eats that crap anyway? But I'm just moving on. So anyway, they've taken a very, very anti ice America move against the state of Israel, and, uh You have a law in your state? You've triggered it. There's a process that you're going through and you were saying something else. So Florida did it. Texas has done some similar in New York and 33 of the four biggest states of the country, and we all have pretty big pension plans. And since then Unilever's lost a lot and their stock price. And so Ben and Jerry's only represents a real small portion of the company. But for whatever reason, when they acquired Ben and Jerry's, they let them have their own kind of Social awareness Committee that makes these decisions. So Ben and Jerry's made the This decision, and they had the right to do it under the way the corporation structure, but it's really bad for Unilever. So I think they're going to have to do something to reel this in because it's just totally unacceptable, and it's going to hurt the company, the large the parent company with with with what they're doing, but it's totally ridiculous and we're going to bite back and I'll tell you we did this early in my tenure as governor against Airbnb. They tried something similar. We did it, we bit back. An Airbnb changed their tune. So I think Unilever is going to have to change their tune very shortly.
'American Marxism' Movement Alive and Well With Over 565,000 Copies Sold
"It appears. That in two weeks time I haven't even told Mr Producer, Mr Call screen of this. I don't believe In two weeks time. It appears that 565,000 copies of this book of soul, Mr And they're now putting over one million in print. Isn't that what Now what That means is There's a movement afoot. It's an amazing thing. How these fools on T V Pretend to be journalists. These fools. In our classrooms who pretend to be professors. And all the rest of them and their ilk. They look down at us. While they're propping up the truly stupid in America. And it it is you folks who read And I don't mean comic books. I mean, A real book, a serious book. Seven chapters. The first six chapters are scholarship. Explaining What we're up against and who they are and all the rest of it. The last chapter is about activism. So this is an extraordinarily unique book. It's not your typical book. It's a mixture of scholarship explanation. And activism. And I think that's part of the big appeal. And you can go on amazon dot com and you can read almost 2500. Maybe it's close to 3000 AL comments. It's five stars. Just so you know. In the second week alone. This book. Has been bought by more of you than bought liberty and tyranny in the first week. You believe that Mr It is
The Democrats Try Taking Advantage of LatCrit
"This is Lackritz lack great preachers. There really is no such thing as the United States sovereignty because America is bigger than just the United States. And besides, they argue, United stations. The real interlopers. That's you. Those crossing the border by the hundreds of thousands of the actual indigenous Americans. The Democrat Party hopes to benefit from embracing the movement as it counts on wave after wave of illegal aliens. Subsequent grant of amnesty is one of the ways Which it seeks a permanent hold on power. The Pew researchers reported. Latino voters favored the Democrat Party by a significant margin. Almost laugh when people say Well, Trump made a lot of inroads with the Latino vote he got, like 40%. You know what? Ladies and gentlemen 40% to 60%. That's a slaughter. Jim Clifton, chairman C of Gallup s here the questions every leader should be able to answer regardless of their politics. How many more people are coming to the southern border? What's the plan? There is a 33 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Roughly 450 million adults live in the region. Gallup asked them if they would like to move to another country permanently. If they could a whopping 27% said Yes. This means roughly 120 million people south of the border would like to migrate somewhere. Gallup, then asked them where they would like to move of those who want to leave their country permanently. 35% of 120 Million or 42. Million, said they want to go to the United States. 42 million. Seekers of citizenship or asylum, are watching to determine exactly when and how is the best time to make their move. In addition to finding this is writing a solution for the thousands of migrants currently at the border, Let's include the bigger harder question. What about all those who would like to come? What is the message to them? What is the 10 Year Plan? 330 Million U. S. Citizens are wondering. So are 42 million Latin
Biden Makes Change to US Mission in Iraq
"After the announcement of a total troop drawn down in Afghanistan, the commander in chief makes a change to the U. S. True mission in Iran. President Biden announced America's combat operations in Iraq are coming to an end. The announcement came at the request of Iraq's prime minister who visited the White House today. But unlike in Afghanistan, President Biden plans to keep the current number of 2500 U. S troops on the ground to train advise and assist their Iraqi partners to make sure Isis does not return. Iran and its proxy forces are calling for a full American withdrawal. Fox's
Durham Report into Trump-Russia Investigation: Has It Uncovered Criminal Activity?
"John solomon so much. This guy's first things first you've reported about it devin. Newness intimated kit kit. It be the dharam report is finally going to be released. There are certainly a lot of signs that durham is in the final stages his investigation. I've talked to people that have talked to him or lawyers that are representing people. There's been a lot of activity a lot of writing a lot of questions. A lot of follow up and the real question is. Are we just going to get a report telling us what we know happened or might we get some criminal charges. Devin nunes think there'll be some criminal charges that's consistent with some of the behavior i've seen had going on with grand jury activity and other things but you know there are other also intimations that just going to be a report. We'll have to wait and see no matter what it is. We waited for it a longtime nearly three years. It will be nice to finally get the complete story of what really went wrong in the russia collusion investigation but this this went from being an administrative report to being a criminal one over a year ago so if if it if it was converted. Surely that only happens when you have evidence of some kind of punitive crime. No john there's no doubt they had evidence of a crime. Clearly we saw already right one. Fbi or former fbi pleaded guilty to falsifying evidence. There's clearly other evidence of crimes. The question is in this political environment. Can they get an indictment by a grand jury in a city like washington or new york. Which are the two most likely indictment locations. That's a question we don't know But you know the facts clearly layout other examples of fraud or deception. Intentional deception of pfizer. Court the only question is can they get a grand jury to do it. What i have seen though is very thorough evans. A very thorough investigation. John durham has been working every angle. For for many many
Inappropriate Relationships, Sexual Harassment at FBI: What's Going On?
"Let's start with great. Jt ends reporting on Issues at the hoover building. What's going on at the fbi. john. Well i'll tell you an awful lot of inappropriate relationships are going on. You've got assistant directors having affairs with their subordinate employees. You've got both special agents in charge assistant spatial special agents in charge soliciting sex from subordinate employees groping them forcing them into relationships The i g the justice department. I g michael horowitz. The same guy that did the russia report has laid out basically it looks like a frat house and some of these. Fbi offices putting both men and women in uncomfortable positions in clearly violating workplace and sexual harassment laws. If we can't get the laws enrolls right at the fbi. How can we have them anywhere else in the world and people ask how could they have. M- messed up the nassir. Casey olympic doctor who got away with forty or forty five more assaults are the fbi was investigating him. How could they mess up the russia case. How could they mess up. All these other the orlando terrorists the terrorists. Well it appears they have their eye on something other than law enforcement a little too often and this is a real problem. I've talked to men and women in the fbi that say that this behavior is become far too common and it goes on far too long. And here's the thing there's now been six to twelve about a dozen cases identified just since january not a single one of those perpetrators junior fbi officials not a single one of them has faced any punishment accountability. They've been allowed to retire. They've been referred to opie are but nothing has happened. it's a. It's a very serious situation. The fbi looks a little bit more like animal house. Then the prestigious law enforcement agency that it should be
Cuban-born American Barbara Arthur Describes Oppression, Devastation In Her Homeland
"Or right guest on the show always excited when we have a new guests on the show. She's hey why 'cause. I saw her with my colleagues on. Newsmax reached out and immediately. She said he s very impressive. And somebody who has something to say about the events of the last two and a half weeks off. The coast of america barbara arthur. Welcome to america. First be barbara. Where were you born. I was born in cuba and you are now in american absolutely. You are very eloquent on newsmax. When i saw you as an american who was born in cuba. Who got out of cuba. Will you please tell us your reaction of what we witnessed in the last few weeks on the streets of cuba and also the biden administration's response to those events. Yes sir you will. Mongering and dave are fed up this time for them to cry out for the world to hear them that they have been oppressed for sixty two years and they've had enough. They're crying out for freedom. The children are dying of hunger. People are dying of hunger. I've read a homemade sign. They said if we stay silent we will die. If we speak out we will die so we have decided to speak out so we will not die silent. sos that is the heart of the people right. now it's truly give me liberty and tyranny in action and they're hungry in the biden administration being the socialist communist. that they really are Are what. I'm hearing from a lot of evening. Elected congresspeople ale. See for one a. What she is saying that the people are crying out because they want vaccine is a bunch of nonsense when she opens her mouth. She speaks her native language which is deception and lies. The people of cuba are desperate If she does not understand what. A revolutionary communist revolution is they are oppressed when it first started in the early in the late fifties early sixties. They were actually executing people to take control of the country. That is what a communist regime does. This is what they have done. They have oppressed the cuban
Will the CDC Order to Close the Border, Disallowing Unvaccinated Aliens to Enter?
"Anthony Fauci was on CNN yesterday Sunday. Sunday. It must be felt. Monday. Must be Fauci Tuesday. Must be 30 Wednesday must prepare country what you get. He's on with the late not so great fake Jake Tapout tapper. We still with us, okay? Let's listen to this cut. Six Go about a month ago, we saw President Biden and the number of governors across the country Democrats and Republicans, saying that the virus was in retreat. In retrospect, that sure seems premature. Well, it certainly is in retreat among the vaccinated Jake and it gets back to what we've been saying. It's kind of like we have two kinds of America. We have the very vulnerable unvaccinated part. And we have the really relatively protected vaccinated part. Okay? Very interesting. Very interesting. And so illegal aliens would come into this country harm vaccinated and this administration invites into this country by failing to secure the part of the border, which part of America then And, uh, What is the CDC going to decree with respect to that? Well, the CDC decree that We secure the border. For health reasons. Listen carefully, folks. I mean, this. This will all be repeated tomorrow. I'm asking Well, the C D. C. Issue a directive that we must secure the border. Because people are coming into this country in droves. We don't know if they've been vaccinated we consume most of them have not been because they're coming from countries that are poor as hell and their pores. Hell. So Fauci, who doesn't have the CDC, but everybody talks about the CDC. He's the infectious disease guy. Is he going to insist? That we secure the border Now, Of
Gorka: "There Are Racists in America But We Are Not A Racist Nation"
"I went to a delightful beautiful wedding this weekend with my wife and sat down to a fascinating couple. Black american couple. I i tell you that because we don't do identity politics but it's relevant to. This story is that they shared with us. Let me share with you. I the story the The husband shed from his childhood and then this conservative black-americans advice on what it's going to take to truly crush the democrats first language and the use of language. He said his father who Never went to college worked every day. God sent him never took a sick day in his career. Took him fishing once. He said he was seventy eight years old and they parked the car not far from the lake. The sun went down to have a look at the water. Is the father's prepping. The fishing gear the white an elderly white khotan gentlemen was there by the shore of the lake and says to the little kid. This must have been same ages yousif over forty so nineteen eighties. S says the young boy. What are you doing here. And would and repeatedly uses the n. Word with this little black child. He runs back to his father's com weeping. His father says to him. Why are you crying. Little boy use the gentleman. I broke bread with and sat next to for hours during this wedding. Told him that man. He called me the n. Word and he said it his father proceeded to slap him on the cheek then. His father asked him again. Why are you crying. The little boy. Not knowing what else to say said because he called me the end were daddy so he slapped him again. This happened one last time. The young boy said what had happened was slapped. Then the father said to him. What name did i give. You is the n. would your name in that case. That man wasn't talking to you and wasn't talking about you and eventually the crying stopped that man who's now fifty. Two years old said to me that his life changed on that day. Because that's all racist in america but we're not a racist nation
Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus
"I guess there was some demonstration in new york city about health gap. And you know at anti a radio one of the signs patients not prophets right because it's a charity right. Health health can be run as a charity and she is holding in her post on instagram. A placard taken from and newspaper and it's a headline so i stopped to read it. I want to talk about it. Why because it's a beautiful case study of useful idiocy and propaganda headline that she photocopied. Oh somebody gave to her on the on the placard girl seven cells limousine to pay for brain surgery. Wow shocking right. A girl seven years old cells lemonade and the lemonade stand to pay for her brain surgery. How outrageous and underneath she scribbled or somebody skill on the plant gone on the headline. This underlying should never underline happened in the richest on the line country on earth on the line. I wonder why she underlined earth. You creationist. i don't think so. This should never happen in the richest country on your i. Did i agree with you. Shoot if i may. I agree with you. Seven-year-old girl shouldn't have to sell lemonade for her brain surgery. The trouble is issue. It never happened. Yeah because i was so incensed by the story thinking yeah. I'm an american. This is wrong. You know what i did. I was actually driving home from waiting. I mentioned earlier. My wife was driving. So i i was in the passenger seat and i use this thing called the interwebs yes. I'm older than you. But i do know how to do this. Which is surprising. Because you're on youtube. Your bidding younger than me so i thought maybe you had done this yourself and the third the third story i looked at when i put in seven year old girl brain surgery. Lemonade ended. I wasn't complicated. The third story i looked at was from web. Md and it was a lengthy story from this. You know serious website on medical issues that broke down who it was what was wrong with her which hospital where she was at and eliminate story. And what did. I find in paragraph seven or eight which i sent to shoe. Just you know being decent citizen. Her parents insurance cover the costs of the brain surgery. She sold some lemonade to do one. Pay for ancillary things to have frames. Be able to fly to her clinic. It's an otter complete gas lighting. Lie it is the worst propaganda using the sickness of. Hfs for your political ends. Shame on us shoe
'American Marxism' Is Written to Expose an Ideology
"Now, this book isn't written. To just promote the book. This book is written to expose an ideology. To expose how they're devouring different institutions in this country. To inform Not just you, but our fellow citizens. This is the pamphlet that I hope it will be. That is the book. Modern day pamphlet to get into the hands and get the information of their minds as many people as possible. Try right. The wave of the wave of repression sweeping our nation is not unlike the earliest days of the French, Russian and Chinese revolutions. All were promoted as popular movements. And people's revolutions. Intended to establish Russo in communalism and Marxists, egalitarianism. But that is where the similarity ends. These revolutions were sold as liberation movements with the masses of the proletariat would rise up against the governing tyranny. In the corrupt society. They became genocidal police states. Of course, Unlike the other governments and societies, America is a constitutional representative Republic. Not a tyranny. Not a monarchy, not a dictatorship. There's no widespread dissatisfaction in America. In fact, most Americans are patriotic and revere the country. But the forces of false liberation today are led by fanatical ideologues and activists. Who are the real purveyors of tyranny and even totalitarian ism. They use propaganda, sabotage and subversion. In an effort to demoralize, destabilize and ultimately destroy. Existing society and culture.
Pro-Business Group Sues MLB for Moving All-Star Game out of Atlanta
"Okay. Everybody dennis prager for. I go back to you or not. Go back to them. I would say if i had to have a list of very few groups in america doing great good job creators network would be one of them. Elaine parker is president. Oh president wu madam president and chief communications officer. We've spoken before lean. We have been thank you for having back where you president when we last spoke I think i was. I call you. We'd lane madam president. You do what we're on a first name basis. Okay fine so you guys sued The was it. The nba is at correct. Excuse me major league baseball. Is that correct we did. We sued major league baseball at the end of may We filed a new york. Federal court Because the the because of what the mlb did to atlanta small businesses when they gave into the lies and misinformation about the georgia voting law. That actually makes it easy to vote in hard to cheat But the mlb They didn't let facts get in the way and they pulled the game out and they played it in denver Just a few weeks ago preceding does he was actually dismissed was dismissed by the judge in court Based on standing so we didn't we lost them standing. Because you're standing meaning you were not directly affected. We on behalf of small business owners members in atlanta and She basically decided that It was It was a You know the business owners in denver got the benefits and therefore the business owners in atlanta didn't matter because it was a zero-some game somebody benefited.
Arizona Is the Center of American Politics
"Arizona is now the center of american politics as arizona goes. America goes with democrats senators and yet a population politically that has more registered. Republicans than democrats and a lot of people in the middle. This state is going to dictate whether or not america. The greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world will continue as we once remembered it all of you matter more than even some of the voters in utah in fact i hope they get rid of mitt romney very quickly by the way and and california right now every door you knock on matters more every conversation you have matters more and every school board meeting you show up to matters more.
Why Anthony Fauci Is the Reason Behind the "Two Americas"
"Well hello everybody. I hope you have a good weekend i did. I'm blessed that way. Weekends are good. Weekdays are good. I know what a blessing it is not always the case as with most people have been challenging the current term right. We don't use bad. We challenging so had that all right. Y'all so the country is divided as you. Well know and it is divided artificially between black and white. that's one division that has been created by the progressives division that in fact there's not objectively exist relations between the vast majority of whites and the vast majority of blacks are perfectly fine there are there are no legal obstacles as well. In addition to the relations being good there are no legal obstacles to the advancement of anybody because of race. Systemic racism is a gigantic lie. So that's one division in the country that has been created by progressives who live on the division if the country is united even singing the same national anthem. They are troubled. Because you can't destroy a society that has a degree of happiness and union so there's another division that is has arisen between the vaccinated and non-vaccinated and many of you who are vaccinated except this division that the non-vaccinated are ruining the country. F- ouchi is the source of this one. The man is truly a destructive force in america truly When i saw him prevaricate with rand paul it was a confirmation of what i had. Long suspected the man loves power and is not particularly bright. He's he's bright in the sense of he gets a fine brain but not depth. There is no depth to the man but he doesn't have to be deep. He has to be whatever he wants to be
Trump Says Americans Not Taking COVID Vaccine Because They 'Don't Trust the President'
"President trump was at a rally with thousands of screaming excited kids over the weekend phoenix turning point. Usa he's been very consistent. Of course trump wants people to get the vaccine. His administration introduced the vaccine to the world in record time. But he also believes in america's right to make a decision about what goes into their body but not the left doesn't but here is trump and trump in trumpy. He's this is donald trump at his best. How about the vaccine. I came up with the vaccine. They said it would take three to five years gonna save the world. I recommend you take it. But i also believe in your freedoms one hundred percent but just so you understand it was a great achieve but then we started. We're doing a million people a day and they said we're gonna put a pause on one of the vaccines what that did that senate back so badly and so now. They're saying what a wonderful job he did. They don't say too much anymore with respect to giving the vaccine. Now it's turning out that they can't say that anymore and what they've done is because they don't trust the president people aren't doing it and that's simple as it can be
Biden Is Not More Popular Than Trump
"There's erasmus and pull the comes out that shows. The trump is literally more popular today than joe biden. Now let that sink in. Rasmusen poll came. Friday trump has a higher popularity rating in america with american voters than joe biden. So i know you're probably citing conventional wisdom about california voters but when you say anybody associated with trump. that's the kiss of death in california i. I'm not sure. I agree with
Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr mitsukoshi hori is a professor of schumann university in japan. He's currently working at its overseas campus chaucer college and canterbury in the uk. He has a phd in sociology and has studied the history of mask wearing in japan. Hello professor horry. Hello hi before. We talk about eastern versus western views on the practice of mask-wearing. Maybe you could just go way back and explain. When did public mask wearing for health reasons originate. Yes three shows. It's only tonight's in the west. The practice of muscle building was by the carey out in the especially medical institutions across the west also in japan. I think the musk willing was popularized during the spanish flu onto make then i think public. Musk willing encouraged in the west Both in europe on the north america in the case was a ban it was introduced to the japanese authorities during the time at the practice commodity carried out in the in the west. Then his authority impetus Japan so that was kind of the footage of mosque wearing and after that pandemic past. Where did the practice remain in. Where did it vanish. It remained in japan. But somehow it's disappeared in north america and europe and i stood on though why disappears. So that's the kind of you know the big mystery. Probably we need further research on will and that's
Gun Violence in America: Defining the Problem
"It's happening all over and all too often. America struggles to emerge from one pandemic. The nation is besieged by another. We got stopped at once in college. We got a mail shot down. get down. The country tries to recover from kobe. Nineteen with it's unfair burdens and incomprehensible death toll and is thickened new by gun violence with it's unfair burdens and ever growing death toll. Taking their knives he had shot and killed of my son. And my daughter police say the increase in shootings is much of the time due to urban gangs but there are also variants involving warring drug traffickers mass shootings domestic violence and suicide. All of it experts say fueled by the health and economic strains wrought by cova nineteen and powered by the uniquely american affinity for an access to guns joke when i ran crime. Strategies can't shoot somebody without a gun as the police commissioner in new york city identify. Who's carrying guns. The going out there making the arrests taking the gun off the street is great but really what we need. Is we need the individual carrying a gun district and yet guns proliferate with consequences for a cross section of american families. My name is crystal turner. I currently reside in jacksonville florida. And i'm speaking with you erin today because unfortunately two of my biological children My twenty nine year old daughter and my twenty three year old son the at that time both murder together. to of crystal turner's grown children were victims of a shooting in columbus. Ohio fueled by domestic violence. Her daughter genera had filed for divorce from roy. Harveson who then came to the parking lot of the daycare center. She founded and ambushed her and her brother at lunchtime on at twelve noon. There were twenty two rounds. That were found. A lot of couples have job stress. Childcare stress with postpartum the difference here was a gun yes access to again roy. Harveson is now serving a life sentence
"new america" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The New America Foundation. She's a senior fellow on family and gender equity issues. Here's that exchange with her and Republican Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana. But I gather that you would finance your paid leave with a payroll tax. Now what we've seen in some states is that say Google in California is providing a benefit, and when California comes in the state provides a benefit. All Google does is pull back upon their contribution and allows the state to pick up that which formally Google paid for on net, the patient shooting the patient. I'm sorry, the doctor's always think this way. The beneficiary doesn't get any more money. It's just that which was formally paid by a fortune. 10 company is now being paid by taxpayers. Any thoughts about that? Yes, I'm so glad you asked the question, Senator Cassidy. I know this has been a concern for you. I think the evidence overwhelmingly shows that in states that have adopted paid leave programs. We haven't seen the benefits be reduced. In fact, Google Facebook, the tech giants that have led on on paid leave benefits haven't reduced their their offerings. Somebody put on net. It's just on net. Does the beneficiary get The state Plus what they were formally getting from the business or is that that? No, I mean, I believe Google and Facebook, right? I think they self insure, actually, so they don't draw on the state program at all. You know, I was. That's not what I've been told by others and another committee hearing that there is a reduction in the amount that the company puts up. Um, it's attracted by the amount that the employees would receive from the state program. Are you saying that's not true? Or that you're not sure about that? Well, we should look into that and I can get back to you on it. Vicki Shabo is with the New America Foundation, and that's Republicans Senator Bill Cassidy, the exchange at the Senate Health Committee on paid family.
"new america" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"We're electing a not a pastor. Guys listen. I want to prevent the increase persecution against christians in america. That's what i care about. That's who i am have pledged policies. That are going to harm the church. There's no doubt about that. I wanna fight abortion. I wanna lower taxes. I wanna establish more secure borders and the control illegal aliens from getting into the united states and getting on the public dole on a foil red china's designs to make the usa one of its subordinate countries. Entrust me that is on the docket. And i want to attempt to reestablish the rule of law. That's what i want president trump to do when he's reelected tomorrow. Forty fifth president of the united states. Pray for america. Pray for this election. Pray for us as we head into tomorrow and pray for the cities around you because trust me when i tell you there will be an eruption of protest. There will be an eruption of riot and probably eruption violence throughout america. And it's major cities regardless of who is elected or if we don't have a decision at all because like a pit bull the seat in one chicken. They've tasted blood and they're going after the next. Thank you guys tune in tomorrow night. Join us live right here studio twenty to seven. Pm eastern six pm central. We're going to have the pre show here with a lot of great friends sitting at the pub myself and sara gonzalez that show and we're going to be with you throughout the night on blaze. Tv's youtube channel. Their subscribe and be ready to go meantime. I'm going to be in des moines iowa des moines iowa this weekend and we're going to have a whole weekend of shows go to watch chad dot com. That's where all the fun stuff is. Get your tickets. Get your information. Come hang out with us. I promised not be so serious this weekend. So for candy. Mike wayne the the opens in the puppet master perfectionist mark tate. You such acute copa couple will see you tomorrow night. I love god bless. We'll see there..
"new america" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"I like for us to be able to have a drink together. So i was i was reading. Hang on let me get that drink Can for. I get serious here. I told you in the last segment. I wanna help you. I wanna help just kinda of help your conscience a little bit because I read something the other day that really concern me especially as we're a day away from the most crucial election in american history. I really believe that And you know since everybody and his brother's weighing in on the candidates I i wanna give you. I want to give you a real humble but accurate opinion. Okay because a few days ago there's a guy that i really admire and appreciate a lot. And he's kinda disciple my mind by reading his books and dr john piper. He wrote a blog. That disappointed me. a lot and i'm afraid it's influenced a large number of. Let's say evangelical christians. I certainly identify with those folks. And it's encouraged people to boycott the election They can't in good conscience vote for either candidate and one of the things that john piper asserts is that devote for donald trump is to endorse his immorality. Okay not so much. His pre presidential affairs which we speculate about but his arrogance and his pride in those type things he said i will not develop some calculus to determine which path of destruction i will support. That is not my duty. My calling is to lead people to see. Jesus christ trust his forgiveness for sins. Treasure him above everything in this world live in a way that shows his all satisfying value. And help them make it to heaven with love and holiness that calling is contradicted by supporting either pathway to cultural corruption and eternal ruin. Okay he went on to say. I find it bewildering. That christians can be so sure that greater damage will be done by bad judges bad laws and bad policies that's being done by the culture infecting spread of the gangrene of central self exaltation and boasting and striped stirring so i'm not sure john piper acquired such knowledge that judges laws and policies are less destructive than boastful self exaltation with its divisiveness in high places but piper argues from the old testament concerning israel. Any applies it to any nation state. Today when he says there's a character connection between rulers and subjects when the bible describes a king by saying quote he sent and made israel to san which is of course found in. I kings fourteen sixteen. It does not mean. He twisted their arm. It means his influence shaped the people. This is a non sequitur. We don't have an autocratic king a constitutional republic with three branches executive legislative and judicial. We must be reminded. We're not choosing a pastor for america whose qualifications risk require some sterling character traits as well as one who rules his house according to scriptural standards. That's not what choosing when we vote for donald trump instead. Were electing a president. We're not electing pastor. Listen to me. Were electing a president. Should he be of the best moral qualities. If that's an option. We yeah we would all like to have that. But the only option is to vote for what some like to refer to as quote the lesser of two evils. Should the christian reviews to vote absolutely not this is nonsensical without any biblical support whatsoever. If you wanna take it there..
"new america" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Do you think that could affect what is one of the rare in-person performances in our politics tonight? And let's add to the dynamic that you just laid out RA the fact that he's also going to have multiple presidential hopefuls who want to run against him in the twenty twenty general sitting in that audience. They're going to be some of the most watched cut away shots from that speech. It does of course, it's not a pep rally. This time, it's definitely much more hostile audience. But I also want to add another dimension into this. Which is it's not just how Democrats are going to be responding to speech there. Also elements of what we believe the president is going to be talking about tonight that have spurred division within his own party. Right. So whether that's him talking about his relationship with North Korea. And the possibility of continued talks with Kim Jong or whether it's him talking about revisions to NATO both of those issues. Make members of. His own party incredibly nervous. And so it's going to be interesting to watch tonight, how they react to some of those declarations of what do you think specifically Stacey Abrams ratio should be in attacking and rebutting Donald Trump and laying out the alternative vision. You were someone who when you ran for president you were often accused of being all on the big alternative side making your points and not always coming in and affirming what the Democratic Party should be four. You were thought of as a critic or an advocate. You could rebut me if I'm wrong is she do that. Or does she position for self on par with the president with a vision for America? I think she has to do a somewhat of both think that unlike when I ran in democratic primaries running against someone to get votes. She's not there to get votes tonight. She's dead one re. But what he lays out and say why it is not right. But also a vision that is. In more in line with most of what Americans would want. She represents an I think what most Americans want in general. I think that the real test tonight. I don't think Nancy Pelosi as has been said is going to lose her grace and play in any juvenile way. Like the president. I I don't know whether they'll be an outburst from any of the young members of congress. The real question is can Donald Trump handle it as gracefully as Barack Obama? Did I think that you will probably have more of a test on how much President Trump can take and what somebody can give I don't think he can contain himself. If they're interesting Reverend Al Sharpton early and at least him Menendez. Thanks to each of you and be sure to.
"new america" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"The Democrats picking Stacey Abrams means what it means that they are showing the of the face that Donald Trump and his political crowd does not show, and that is women a black a victim in my opinion, voter suppression in her election and Georgia, and she represents the new America. We're looking at the new America versus the old America. And I think that she personifies that. I think she'd be eloquent and forceful and hope presents itself represent some of the political as well as voting abuses that this president represent a Lisa. I think it means a few things as the Reverend said, you know, there was some pushback after this last election about the fact that black women voters are the bedrock of the Democratic Party. They don't always feel that the party infrastructure of the party establishment has supported them in the ways that they should expect given the level of support that they showed Democrats during elections this, of course, is an indicator that they have been heard beyond that I think Stacey Abrams. Message is going to stand in sharp contrast to the president. She's going to talk about an America. And in an economy that works for everyone thinks she's going to poke some holes in the victory lap that the president intends to take around the state of the US economy specifically how middle class and working class Americans have not fared as well under this tax plan as America's wealthiest. And at least take a listen to the preview of we've gotten from a President Trump advisor saying this will be all about compromise tonight. The speaker went from distant writing, the president to state of the union to the state of the union to now needing to sit behind him and resist the usual raised eyebrows. And and rolling is all I very curious to see how she's going to react sort of one show applaud windshield. Stand up. Discussing specifically the back and forth with Pelosi your views, at least, well, I think that speaker Pelosi shown beyond a shadow of a doubt that she can get under the president's skin. But she does that because she actually brings the comedy that he claims to bring an yet it alludes him. She has led a very diverse caucus to unity around very common American principles, and she has actually successfully stood up to the president with broad support from across the nation. I think she gets under his skin. She is the picture of class and grace and everything she does. And I expect no less from her this evening released. You do you think the president has some obliga- shit here to try to explain what the shutdown was about? Oh, absolutely. I mean, I don't expect that he will one of the things that we've seen is when he's in trouble. He tends to divert deflect and throw red me's me. To get his base riled up. So we're expecting that from him. But I think that as a least he has said we're going to see sherpa contrast, not just from Pelosi's demeanor. But from Stacy's response where we are going to see the broad face of what America looks like on display from the women in the Democratic Party. And I think it's going to be appealing to people all around the country and across the aisle Elissa on the point about what Donald Trump's going to be looking at it. I wanna play a little bit of the very infamous Republican pushback to Obama when it was sort of the fringe part of their caucus getting loud getting in his face at a speech and think about not a false equivalence. But we don't have it. I'm told but y'all remember it? I'll just read it Obama said the reforms I'm proposing would not apply to those who are here illegally. And then Republican congressman Wilson screamed you lie and Obama said not true who could forget it my reading as dramatic as the sound bite for sure. Walk us through. At least what it means to have so many young people Democrats and more women frankly in the chamber..
"new america" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"Some rice scholars discovered this other strain of rice growing in Trinidad, which is what I stumbled onto and discover this great detective tail. So let's talk about how the rice got from Carolina coast to Trinidad, and that has something to do with the war of eighteen twelve, I believe, right? Yes, you know your history, sir. So in the war of eighteen twelve, the Brits went to some of the enslaved Africans and said, here's the deal. If you come fight against the Americans against the people who are essentially your oppressors, we will give you some land in some freedom. So a group of people from. South Georgia agreed that happened and then they were taken to Trinidad and given a certain section of land. Now, the Brits at that time had a lot of undeveloped parts of Trinidad. And so the place that they put them in the hill country, and I think the idea was that they would help develop this. So they took some of this uplands rice and they started growing it in this group of people are called Mira cans, and it is derivative the of the the word America American. So they're American starting with an m. so this rice was actually genetically tested, and it turns out it was in west Africa, but originally it was Japonica rice, right? Correct. So there was a bit of a lot of excitement when they first discovered this rice because they thought it was perhaps a direct genetic link to the rice that's grown in west Africa, and a lot of excitement around it among historians and. They sent some up to be tested at New York University to do some genetic testing on it. And of course, you know, the truth is so limiting. Sometimes it turns out that it was not this rice that came directly from Africa, but kind of made its way to Africa from Asian countries. And so it wasn't this African crop. It was in fact the Japonica rice, which is that necessarily a terrible thing that it wasn't this indigenous African blabber Reema Rice's is the name of it, but this Japonica rice that went from southeast Asia to west Africa in probably somewhere the sixteenth seventeenth eighteenth centuries still was brought over from Africa by folks who were in, but it was not exactly what they thought it was Michael Twitty. The author of the cooking chain wrote about the REIs quote, it's another living artifact that automatically wipes out any nonsense about the earliest years of African American food. What did you mean by that? Well, again. It's that idea that slaves were essentially dumb labor who came over and that that African somehow had less intelligence or less ability. And they were just captured like cattle brought over yoked up and sent to work. And for a long time, the struggle is been to show that Africans had a lot of agency in their lives and in the kinds of culture they tried to create when they were enslaved and brought over here. And I think there's been academic and social discussion around, man, you know, for obviously, how do you enslave people and keep them down. You convince everybody else at these people are less than once we start discovered the food ways and food cultures in the ways that Africans kept their culture alive through food during these long period of enslavement. You start to see the power of that culture. And I think that's what he's trying to get at. So it's the site of of agency of Africans having agency in their own lives. Once they. Were enslaved, and I think that's what he tries to do in his work as well. You talk about a couple of recipes. I thas interesting. My mother actually grew up around Washington used to make hop and John. Day, which is rice with black eye peas or b.'s, but there was you talked about limp and Susan or someone did in that story, which. Fried rice with okra so I never heard of limp in Susan as a counterpoint joy. Interesting, which is they say either the, the sister wife of hop in John is kind of a drier application hop in John tends to be a little bit wetter in that limp and Susan is just a little bit closer to the way that the Americans in Trinidad cook this this rice, which is often cooked with coconut milk and is a little drier and starch ear..
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"We have thousands of people that have asked for that thousands and thousands of people so many people that's what i was on the campaign i'd say wait a minute i don't have any relationship but they said when you can president would love our son to be brought back home you know the remains and i asked we had pretty much finished and i said would you do me a favor remains of of these fallen heroes could we do something he agreed to it immediately it's pretty great president trump saying the parents of fallen career war veterans as asked him to help arrange the return of their sons joe is awkward didn't do envelope mass here the the average age of korean war veterans is estimated as eighty seven years old meaning those parents it's still alive would be well over a hundred i mean i it's hard to really read this stuff with a straight face it is clear that president is stunningly ignorant probably the most ignorant president we will have no no no come on me that's not that mita meek emeka that's just not down there he's not ignorant he's not ignorant he's actually lying willie i i'm not i cut it gives him way too much credit that guy is not not too good i'm not too good at math but thank you thank you well you know we just need to questions about what is and what could he really be doing he's ignorant he's warped he's obsessed with money and sex and he finds his power through those two things and that is the strategy of this president it's pretty base and cavemen like and i'm not gonna pretend to dance around questions to be objective when clearly the only people who have loyalty oaths to him or those who are frayed and we'll lose their jobs if they don't follow him blindly but there's right and there's wrong and everyone knows the difference let's stop playing games question here.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"All right congressman jim himes as always thank you so much for being with us greatly appreciate it let's go back to emily jane fox emily i'd like to know whether you're reporting is has uncovered michael cohen's financial situation because here's a guy that's at tens of millions of dollars reportedly passed through him or at least pass through his name but to help donald trump payoffs stormy daniels he had to take out had to borrow money from a second mortgage i think on his inlaws home as we're looking at how much he's being squeezed as in the situation now that rick gates was in where he just financially could not afford to take on the feds look there have been believe fifteen years working around the clock working so many hours that some of them had to sleep in their law offices on couches these are people have been going through three point seven million documents in a very short period of time it's a very highly skilled new york city law firm these legal bills are crippling for anybody no matter how many millions of dollars are passing through and as we know none of the clients who had been working with him over the past several years are still working with him and so it's been a very difficult financial squeeze and chore that plays into decision making process as well emily fox can't wait for your book to come out we're getting closer to this day couple days from through huge inside america's first family and you actually had such inside connection on this story i've seen a little bit of it i can't wait to read the whole thing there's no one else who has this story so we look forward to that just good to have you on this morning.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Attorney so there are several steps that need to take place in order for whatever happens next to actually come to fruition but it is entering a whole new sphere of this sleep in the middle of this will he won't he cooperate game it feels like for months now i guess the question is what's the hold up what's he considering what are the what on the side of the ledger exists even that says i wouldn't cooperate at this point and has been approached doing no at all by the southern district for for a deal because i reporting is that they haven't come to him yet hold up is that they have not come to him according to people around him he has not yet been approached and i think that that is the major hold up right now since emily of these sources of income right now i don't know that there's income flowing in right now he his primary job for the last at least two months has been sorting through these three point seven million documents that has been taking up up to ten hours a day of his time and they're not a lot of clients who have wanted to work with him his general feeling right now besides his feeling of betrayal from the trump camp is that his life has been collateral damage in order to get to the president so his business has been destroyed his family has been destroyed he is a pawn in this game and so he is just waiting for for next phase congressman himes your view right now of michael cohen and where he fits into this investigation how crucial is he well as the president's fixer you have to assume that that he's got stuff that could make the president look pretty bad and it made have nothing to do with russia collusion it may or may not there are questions about all these trips that michael cohen took or didn't take and presumably we'll get some answers around that but of course just you know some of the practices that we hear that the president regularly used as a developer new york those are now going to be there for everyone to see this could be that blue dress moment by which i mean of course when an investigation.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Before so carbon following up in the threat of that conversation yesterday we hit former homeland security secretary jay johnson here who expressed real regret at your loss discipline to what he said yesterday i am these days a little depressed about frankly the state of our politics we have a president who denigrates the institutions of his own government which i simply cannot get my head around and then when we look at the primary results last night from south carolina mark sanford who in my experience to very thoughtful member of congress he was on the house homeland security committee he would sit through the entire hearing he was the most junior member so he'd be last but it always ask the most intelligent incite pool question and it wasn't a kneejerk question requiring a knee jerk response and so it's it's depressing to me to see a thoughtful member of congress like that those reelection and so this morning maybe you can help us out here because this seems to be a growing divergence in defining the difference between trumpism and conservatism and the smart also on the front page of the new york times there's a picture of a young two year old child being separated from her mother at the border from from honduras to be she's being separated from her mother in tears at the border as a conservative as an american as someone who respects the board is in once border security help us out here how would conservative look at this issue and other issues as compared to trumpism looking at this issue and other issues what is it conservative today.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"I feel like the conversation is is is changing direction a bit where we're asking less and trying to discern more about where we're headed giving the troubling presidency that we're dealing with well i actually think that more exempt words defeat in south carolina one was a defining moment for the republican party i say that because mark was a conservatives conservative for years got through a scandal that the republican voters were perfectly fine with but couldn't get past saying one or two bad things about donald trump listen this guy has a lifetime ninety three percent rating from glove club for growth ninety two percent lifetime average from heritage action and a ninety one percent american conservative union lifetime average and somehow he was insufficiently trump est to win his own primary let's bring in right now still the congressman for south carolina one but a recently liberated man morgues and for mark it's always great to see him let me let me first of all let me just ask you to give us your reflections on what happened the past couple of days and during the campaign well short and simple news i got beat but but i think the themes that come from it have implications as you suggest for a whole lot of other races out there and sort of our belief and institutions in this country and what the republican party ultimately about so i guess i'd say insurance shortest form we swear allegiance to the constitution and we pledge allegiance to the flag and what was weird about this race that have never experienced before in any race that i've been a part of was an allegiance question when people say you four against the president i'd give sort of a nuance dancer you know i am with a most of the time but i've disagreed on a couple of issues when they've been inconsistent with the promises that i made in running or my belief in terms of conservative philosophy or the very people that i represent if you look at my rating basically voted with eighty nine percent of the time disagreed with a handful of times and.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Joyce elise jordan here another actor in this drama paul manafort has really been under more heat after it's been revealed that he witnessed hampered how likely do think it is that paul manafort's legal situation is going to become even more perilous in coming days i was trying to think last night about whether i had ever been involved in a case where a defendant who was released pretrial and then tried to tamper with a witness haven't been taken back into custody by the judge and i couldn't come up with a single instant so i think manafort frankly is very likely to find himself in custody after the hearing on friday he tried to tamper with these witnesses he's denied it but it's very clearly an effort to get their future testimony to conform with the story line that he would like for them to tell it's important for the judge to send a clear signal that she intends to preserve the integrity of that trial joining us now is national political reporter for axes jonathan swan in washington correspondent for cnbc 'em java's jonathan will start with the access reporting this morning on president trump's jarring extremes and there are many what are they do they add up to a strategy it's i'm really i'm asking but i don't think they do i think they up to stupidity but go ahead i'm not arguing the opposite will i don't know about the stupidity part of it but we i think people under sort of estimate how close america wants to warlocks g on the korean peninsula h must've thought it was a fifty fifty proposition and trump really put fuel on it with his rhetoric calling kim gentlemen little rock up man using the button rhetoric there is no middle ground within there is no shades of gray he also lates from i'm going to blow you up to you'll the most talented guy i've ever met and didn't pass through the middle and i think we underestimating how easy it would be for him to also right back to that position except this time if he also likes back who is waiting for him at that end john bolton and so we all think that we're now on this path to peace in sunshine i would just say that this is a man who if he becomes humiliated if kinjo does something that humiliates him at embarrassing.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Sort of change up in legal team before both general flynn and paul manafort's co defendant mr gates made a decision to cooperate with the government so it could be a signal in that direction it could also simply mean that cohen under the mounting pressure of discoveries running out of money to pay his lawyers joyce we've heard reports from several sources and also from people who know cohen personally that he has wanted to make a deal with the southern district of new york for quite some time now but they have not come forward with that deal why why would they not come forward with the deal do they wanna make you even more desperate or do they think they have i guess again of course you don't know but would it be why would they not come forward with the deal if they have a guy reaching out to them wanting to cooperate so one thing i think it's important for us to all think about is despite the narrative trump is pushing prosecutors actually aren't trying to torture people prosecutors are investigating evidence of crime and it's not as though prosecutors route targeting people the targets bring themselves to prosecutors by their own conduct so folks in the southern district of new yorker meticulously going through the evidence if they reach a point where it seems likely that cohen's cooperation could benefit them in other cases they'll reach out to them it may just be that they're not at that point yet where they know enough about his conduct to need his cooperation and typically prosecutors do reach out to defendants and trodden ago she ate a plea agreement even if it won't involve cooperation the overwhelming majority of cases criminal cases in this country don't go to trial and are resolved via plea agreement.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Go ahead no willie yeah that was i think what we just saw there in the interview was donald trump's version of george w bush's i have looked into his soul and i've seen means good guy i can deal with donald trump again suggesting that he can deal with him so interesting is about what he said on the plane i reflected back gosh it was such a long time ago this past weekend when donald trump said that actually that the crimea invasion made a lot of sense because the people of crimea wanted the russians to be there which reminded me of something that i saw last night on twitter someone had quoted a page from david halberstam scrape book the fifties where he was talking about joe mccarthy and he said there was no plan he was shooting from the hip it was always i mean mccarthy was a day trader like roy cohn was day trader i reviewed larry ties book on our f k for the washington post a couple of summers ago the most revealing part wise this was during two thousand sixteen they contrast and bobby kennedy working in the senate as a lawyer versus roy cohn roy co never did research never the files were left on opened their never read anything he just went out was a day trader and just made allegations and as how said in the fifties there was no plan there's no plan here right this guy is a day trader so one day the crime means won't russia to invade the next day hey i could get him out of crimea to tomorrow it'll be something else which of course this very nature of donald trump this reckless undisciplined nature of donald trump is what's so dangerous on the foreign policy stage yeah i think if you're going to have the bumper sticker quote about donald trump it also came last week when he said i don't have to prepare it's about attitude when talking about the north korea summit and that as you say sort of the roy cohn view.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Whether they are in the philippines whether they're in turkey wherever they are and you just you just take the transcript of everything that he is said since he's run for president and compare that with what he said about democratic institutions the democratic institutions that are the most important to uphold the constitution of the united states whether it's our intel community whether it's our cia whether it's our fbi whether it's our justice department whether it's law enforcement personnel whatever it is whether it's our democratically elected allies whether it's nato you're just put that into a computer program you don't need a republican or democrat or journalists to come to a conclusion it would conclude beyond a shadow reasonable doubt that donald trump admires autocrats and somebody i think said it very well that trump admired kim because of kim's ultimate power to kill anybody that crossed him and kim admired trump because of the power his position held and that's how we have this this this romance blooming and late spring early summer well there well matched the two of them and let's stipulate joe for the audience as well as for people who still favored donald trump let's stipulate that it's all it was a positive to have two men trump and kim sitting down together talking rather than threaten each other and threatening world peace through tweets but the larger problem you just you just indicated it is what donald trump continues to do to the institutions of america the justice department the fbi we've spoken about that but america is an idea for seventy five years america to the world has been an idea seventy four years ago this month.
"new america" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"But he's still some done some really bad things and yeah much of a lot of other people then some really bad things i mean i could go through a lot of nations where a lot of bad things were done tell i'll let you start things off this morning you really can't go to any other countries that are quite as repressive and brutal as north korea is you you can't find an example of a country on the planet that's more oppressive who's tyrant that runs it is is more crucial more blake of course as we all know an ohio college student went over there and was was held captive and brutally beaten to death pregnant women are made to dance on on tables until they dehydrate and pass out people that have to go before cam have to do so crawling on their knees people who are in disfavor even in his own family or tortured and killed as willie said earlier this week re read the un report the human rights there's absolutely despicable and yet donald trump and writing all this down he talks about how he's a very talented man he's a great man he says that president xi in china is an incredible guy president xi in china of course is a man who brutally brutally still represses the people of china that that don't don't lineup under the communist regime and he is seized power over the past year to make him the most powerful leader in china foreign policy observers in china observers say since chairman mao who of course was responsible chairman mouse for killing perhaps forty fifty maybe sixty million of his own people but how revealing that donald trump praises present she says he's an incredible guy because he's able to be president for life and how incredible that he calls the most tarantula dictator on the globe the most cruel dictator on the globe a great guy and then defends them and says well you gotta do what you gotta do we kill a lot of people to and that's i heard that of course i know meek a u and willie and mike.
"new america" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"It's interesting annemarie slaughter the head of the new america foundation in writing more about what led to bury lindh's dismissal wrote this barry's new organization and campaign against google is the opening salvo and from her perspective i think part of what happened here was there was this tension it became essentially untenable and barry lynn and his group used this tension as a way of moving this issue to the forefront and she wrote in a medium post berry's new organization campaign against google is the opening salvo of one group of democrats versus another group of democrats in the runup to the 2020 election i personally think the country faces far greater challenges of racism violence a broken political system and geographic and part of a partisan divisions so great that we're losing any common sense of what we stand for and strive for as a country now it's fascinating there's a couple of things it's fascinating about the statement today high put aside whether or not uh you know all the stuff with new america foundation.