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Joe Biden Doesn't Care About the Border
"Now Joe Biden has asked what about the border Joe And I wonder this too not just because it's a throwaway line Doesn't he want to take a look at what his good work has done down on the border No he doesn't want to look at it at all He doesn't want to look at it He doesn't want to know from anything And neither do most of the media cut 19 go Do you have plans to visit the southern border I've been there before and I haven't I mean I know it well I guess I should go down but by the way he's a liar again He hasn't been there He drove through there in 2008 He didn't visit there He drove by the border in 2008 Now I've been at the border mister producer I think I've flown over the border several times But this is what he says and he's very busy you know he's dealing with hurricanes and the damage done by hurricanes and you know he's having to he's having to spend our money HHS and he's has international play of flights You know he's very very busy He doesn't have time to go to the border It's time to go to his home In Wilmington about 20 times he has time to go to his home in the beach In Delaware Bethany beach I think it is He has time to do whatever he wants Except go to the
Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America
"With us tonight is Ben or doctor Burgess or Ben Burgess, however you want to say it. We're going to be debating and we'll see where it leads us. Democrat socialism versus conservative populism, super thrilled, that Ben is here tonight to have this discussion. It'll start with some opening statements. And then we'll take it from there. The two minutes is yours? Doctor bridges. Thank you, mister Kirk. Thank you to town circle for setting this up. So I'm a democratic socialist because I don't think anybody deserves to have less power or dramatically worse life because of factors that are outside of their control. So that's the first part. That's the philosophical basis. Concretely, I think it's obscene. The way we have an economic system where workers at Amazon warehouses skip bathroom breaks because they're worried about falling behind in their quotas and their boss literally owns his own spaceship. Now we can argue about what a fairer society would look like. I can contrast what I would see as utopia with what you would, and I'm always up for that kind of thing. I'm sure we'll get into some of it later. But what I really like to start out with is not so much that end point as the baby steps towards justice that we could take right now. Things like raising taxes and rich people to pay for social programs that would benefit the rest of us, things like raising the minimum wage for the working poor. Things like make it easier for ordinary people to organize unions so they can have at least a little bit of a say at what happens in the workplaces where they spend half their waking lives, and I got to say, what I was confused with me about you, Charlie, is that I see you say that you're not like an old style kind of corporate Republican and the rigging Bush William F. Buckley kind of mold and certainly the politicians who seem to be most enthusiastic about people like Donald Trump or JD Vance now, make a big deal saying they're populists. They really want to help struggling people in the heartland. And if that's true, I don't really get why you don't support any of those things that I just
Despite His Credentials, AG Merrick Garland Doesn't Understand the First Amendment
"You know they read your resume out there Garland they read your resume You are principal associate Deputy Attorney General I was one too You were a deputy assistant attorney general I was one too You were an assistant U.S. attorney You were a federal judge Now you're the attorney general What a resume And yet you're still ignorant and illiterate when it comes to the First Amendment's amazing thing It's an amazing thing And you play rope it though You had no idea that your department and the Department of Education and The White House were colluding No idea whatsoever You read the thing and you just sign it No big deal No big deal And you never even stop to think for a minute and say wait a minute I can't sign this thing Who the hell would sign something like this You would pal you did
Merrick Garland Is the Current Hired Gun of the Craven Ruling Class
"Today, Merrick Garland is doing a hearing in front of the House judiciary committee. Merrick Garland is being asked certain questions that he doesn't even know the specifics of what he does his attorney general is exactly what bob Mueller did when he was the appointment, where they have these elderly kind of elderly old men that have had long resumes and careers, Merrick Garland being a federal judge, bob Mueller, think bubble around the FBI, and he's something like that. And then they use them as puppets and they manipulate them to wage domestic war on us. Merrick Garland, you have to understand what you're dealing with here. Is the current hired gun of the craven ruling class. Merrick Garland is the placeholder of all of the entrenched interests. Merrick Garland oversees the department that spied on Donald Trump illegally oversees the department that had Peter struck and Lisa page. James Comey, Merrick Garland is the placeholder unelected by the way no one showed up in huge numbers to go elect Merrick Garland to be able to write letters to say to the national school board to acknowledge the letter from the national school board association, say, you know what? We need to go use the FBI the Department of Justice to go after moms and dads that are showing up in big numbers to school board meetings. Now, Republicans are doing their job here by overseeing Merrick Garland. They're conducting oversight. And a lot of this is just words. But Merrick Garland is not used to being challenged like this. I listen to some of the hearing this morning and I could tell you this is a man who just like bob Mueller is only a placeholder and is being used and manipulated by other treacherous and other malevolent interests. To try to weaponize the federal government in the United States.
Eric Explains Why Atheism Is So Popular Today
"Why do you think that atheism is so popular today? Well, atheism kind of didn't seriously exist until what? The 17th century. I mean, it's something that if you are looking for utopia, you're looking to solve the world's problems, but there are things about faith that ruby the wrong way. You really have to tack hard in the other direction. And I think that people have bought the idea and again, I deal with this. This is the heart of the book is this idea that rationality or science is not at odds with faith that that is a deep lie in our culture. And so the idea that people have bought into is that faith is all hocus pocus. I want to believe in reason and rationality. And so they really believe that you can be an intellectually fulfilled atheist. I am convinced you absolutely can not. So atheism is popular because of this misconception. And if we can disabuse people of this profound misconception, which I think we can, if they're open minded, it will not be popular.
Why Do Atheists Try to Convert Others to Atheism?
"Now this month is the publication of your new book is atheism dead, so the questions are all around that. Okay, so these are thematic questions for ask me, taxes. Yes. And we're going to start now. Go, go, go. Okay, why do atheists try to convert people to a ha. That's a great question. Yeah. Okay, I deal with all this stuff in the book because we know that, I mean, I think one of the central theses of the book is that atheism is intellectually. Confused. If you are a genuine atheist, if you actually, we're not saying you believe, oh, I hate Christians or I don't know if God exists, but you say, I know that God doesn't exist. If you state that and you say you're an atheist, it follows logically without any question that follows logically that there's no meaning in the universe. Everything is random accidental, there's no good or evil. These things follow logically. There's no way around it. But typically atheists live in what Sartre, who was an atheist until the end of his life, which I talk about in the book, he called it bad faith. It sounds better in French. But it's like malfoy. I can't say it. Forgive me. But bad faith means that you're living with two things in your mind and the two don't they disagree with each other. So the idea of an atheist is saying, I believe in atheism that there's no God, but I'm gonna try to convince you of it makes no sense because what does anything matter if there is no God. If there is no God and we are utterly random, the idea that you would benevolently try to lead somebody to the truth, I would simply say to you, where do you get that idea that you should
Senator Jim DeMint on Why He Wrote His New Book 'Satan's Dare'
"Kirk show with us today as a friend of mine, senator Jim demon, a great American who has a new book out called Satan's dare, very interesting, just kind of reading the overview here, senator, thank you for joining our show. Why did you write Satan's dare? Well, well, Charlie, it's a novel, but as Josh McDowell said there's more truth in it than just about any other nonfiction. I'm just convinced that America is declining because the Christian church is declining. This country was founded on judeo Christian ideas, which come right out of the Bible. And I don't see too many Christians today who have the confidence in their faith to defend the truth of the Bible. And so this is a story of people who are dealing with suffering and tragedy in their lives and asking a lot of questions, but there's several debates in the book between science and the Bible. But the whole point for me is to prove that the Bible is true in science actually proves that it's true. And every one I've talked to who's read it said they came out with a lot more confidence in what they believe and even skeptics are asking some more serious questions. So the connection with politics is is we're dealing with symptoms in Washington. And the symptoms of no truth and a loss of freedom, we're told that truth and freedom began with the knowledge of God. And so we just need to remember that if we want to keep our country,
Cam Atkinson scores 2 goals, Flyers beat Bruins 6-3
"One of the newest members of the flyers played a major role in their six three win over the Bruins cam Atkinson provided two goals and had the crowd going wild on his hustle and tumble tally fifty eight seconds into the third period for a four three lead he was acquired in an offseason deal with Columbus Chaka Tory and Joel Farabee each added a goal and assist for the flyers who also got goals from Travis connect me and Scott Laughton Martin Jones had a thirty seven shots for Philadelphia Brad Marchand Taylor hall and Karson Kuhlman scored for Boston I'm Dave Ferrie
NFL, players agree to end 'race-norming' in $1B settlement
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting the NFL agrees to end to race based brain testing tied to a settlement of concussion claims in a proposed the deal filed in federal court Wednesday the NFL has agreed to end race based adjustments to dementia testing used to determine payments from the one billion dollar settlement of concussion claims the practice called race norming came to light after two former NFL players filed a civil rights lawsuit over it in twenty nineteen lawyers for the black players suspect white retirees were qualifying for awards at two or three times the rate of blacks since the payouts began in twenty seventeen seventy percent of active NFL players and more than sixty percent of living retirees are black the proposal must still be approved by a judge hi
Joe Biden's America: Lower Your Expectations and Wait in a Breadline
"Washington Post has just published an article don't rant about short staff stores and supply chain woes. You should delight in the suffering. Get used to bread lines obviously. American consumers might have been spoiled, but generations of them have dealt with shortages of some kind. Now it's our turn. To wait in line. Tweets came up all across the weekend of young Democrat socialists who were saying, you don't understand, the type of community and camaraderie that was born out of bread lines. It was a beautiful thing. One of the great things that came out of the Soviet Union were bread lines. Zero sarcasm when they say this, by the way, zero. Tucker Carlson says that the American way of life is quickly declining. An intentionally so. But the rich the powerful well connected, they will be well fed. Joe Biden will not miss a meal. Mark milley will definitely not miss a meal. The people in charge, they'll be well fed. But for those of you that are going to try to feed your family, this Christmas season expect 20 to 50 to 70% price shock. Supply shocks. You see abundance covers a multitude of sins. There's only two explanations for what they're doing here. Either they want to break the back of the American economy to try to fit in the great reset as quickly as possible or number two, they're trying to break the back of the American economy to try to create some sort of a revolution. I'm not sure that's the one though. Because I don't people are getting so uneasy, people are getting so anxious about this, I don't think that the ruling class will be able to manage to successfully manage what's coming
Vegas lawyers: 2 sides to Flavor Flav domestic battery case
"Entertainer favor Flav is battling the domestic battery charge the rap star who often wears a big clock on a chain around his neck is finding it is time for him to deal with another legal issue authorities near Las Vegas have hit flavor Flav with a misdemeanor domestic battery charge stemming from a scuffle with his girlfriend flavor Flav was arrested last month after police in Henderson Nevada we'll call to respond to a report of domestic violence he's accused of poking in the face a woman with whom he has a domestic relationship and a minor child lawyers for the rapper say there are two sides to this story and they will present the rapper side in court flavor Flav has a criminal history that includes arresting convictions on things like traffic infractions assault wielding knives and once for shooting at a neighbor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Natural Immunity Is More Robust Than a Vaccine
"The COVID last week as I explained to you yesterday. Washington Post and others very annoyed with me. That I believe in natural immunity more than I believe in vaccines. And that I spread disinformation. This is the common charge. It's disinformation, according to The Washington Post, to say that natural immunity is more robust than vaccine immunity. Despite all the studies that I show to that effect by the massive study in Israel with hundreds of thousands and despite for that matter, common sense. That nature is weaker than a vaccine. That is the claim that that is being made, nevertheless, I am charged with misinformation. I have never asked anybody, by the way, not to get vaccinated, not once. In fact yesterday I said, I think that you should either get vaccinated or take Therapeutics as a prophylactic. I don't think you should do nothing. That was not reported by one left wing source that I said that yesterday because it would make me too human and make my position to morally complex for the simpletons of them at The Washington Post, and that they leave east and other places. So that is what one deals with. I did indeed hug people all throughout the all throughout the pandemic. I announced that at the time and I was my belief that you live life fully even during a pandemic. I did not hide from the world I spoke at rallies. I posed with people for pictures at speeches, nobody was coerced into posing with me. They were either vaccinated themselves or on some therapeutic or simply decided that they would do so.
Celine Dion delays her Las Vegas residency due to muscle spasms
"Singer Celine Dion is delaying her new Las Vegas show because of a health condition I marches are a letter with the latest Salim DM's managements and she's dealing with severe and persistent muscle spasms that prevent her from performing D. and says in a statement she has been working on the show for eight months and she is saddened beyond words D. on show at the resorts world theatre was supposed to begin November fifth the shows in November January and February have been delayed but no new dates were announced DM still plans to resume her
Why It's Worth Exploring 'The Big Bang'
"It's kind of funny, Steve. And I think we've talked about this privately, but in my book as atheism dead roughly have the same three things. And this was before I knew that you were putting it in this way. And the third one I put it differently, I kind of, you know, it's more about James tour and abiogenesis, but it's the same concept. And it's funny, though, that we're both logical or try to be. And these are three just astonishing arguments for God. There's just no way around it. And it's funny, I mean, I guess I'm glad to hear that you use these three because they struck me viscerally as the three arguments that I wanted to talk about. The Big Bang in some ways is a curious choice because I think a lot of people think, well, that's old hat. I don't think it is, at least, that's why I revisit it and I talk about it a little bit in that chapter. But why do you say the big why is it worth dealing with the Big Bang, something that presumably we've known about for a long time? Well, science and philosophy do intersect. And scientific discoveries can raise larger philosophical or worldview questions. In every world you have to answer the question, what is the thing or the entity or the process from which everything else came? And the default way of thinking about that from the late 19th century was that the universe is eternal and self existent that matter and energy play the role in a materialistic worldview that God plays in the theistic worldview. In other words, it's the thing from which everything else comes. And it's always been here, and therefore doesn't need an explanation. But one Princeton physicist Robert Dickey put it an infinitely old universe would relieve us of the need of explaining the origin of matter at any finite time in the past. But if the universe is finite, which is what all the evidence now points to. Then that raises a big question that materialism can't answer, which is where did the matter and the energy come from in the first place? At that beginning point. And this troubled Einstein, this troubled Arthur eddington, this troubled Fred hoyle, the great astrophysicist and physicist at the early part of the 20th century who were confronted with this evidence, all recognized that it posed a huge challenge to scientific materialism or scientific atheism or scientific naturalism, whatever you want to call it, the idea that matter and energy or the primary reality, not
Kelvin Cochran Shares His Story of Religious Persecution in New Book 'Facing the Fire'
"Folks, I have a privilege of speaking with somebody I think of as a friend. Kelvin Cochran, you've heard him on this program before if you've been listening for a while. Since we're doing a fundraiser with the alliance defending freedom, it's appropriate that Kelvin Cochran would come out with this book now, because he has been the victim of what has happened in America where elites don't have any idea of what religious liberty is. They've been ham handed in overreaching and in squashing people's religious liberty and at the top of that list is Kelvin Cochran, who is a hero. The new book, he has written is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's fire chief that's him through the flames of persecution, Kelvin Cochrane, welcome the program. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you, my friend. It's great to see you. You're an encouragement to me. For my audience, tell the story briefly of what happened to you briefly because I want to get to what the rest of the book says. But you've been through the fire and the Atlanta, the folks in Atlanta were not good to you. You were the fire chief in all of Atlanta. Yes. Yes. I was a fire chief in the city of Atlanta and of course serving my profession honorably and faithfully. And while living out my faith at the same time, at my church, Elizabeth baptist church, Eric, I wrote a book for Christian me and Bible study that dealt with me and who struggled with condemnation and double mindedness. And in the book, who told you that you were naked? I was addressing sexual sand because many Christian man still struggle with sexual sin. I used the book of genesis to talk about God's view of sexuality, simple phrases like he created their male and female that eventually mother and father cleve to his wife and to become one flash and that created them appropriate because he wanted a big family of kids. Those few paragraphs cost me my childhood dream come true 34 year fire service career when an Atlanta city council member complained to the mayor about what I wrote about biblical marriage and sexuality. The mayor suspended me for 30 days to see if I had discriminated against anyone from the LGBTQ community based on my beliefs that investigation exonerated me, however I was terminated
Andrea Mitchell Falsifies 2000 GOP Convention Memory About Colin Powell
"MRC news busters Kyle dren and Andrew Mitchell falsely claims the Republican Party booed palate to 2000 convention As news broke Monday morning of the passing of former Secretary of State and joint chiefs chairman Colin Powell and NBC's Today Show Adrian Mitchell jumped at the chance to exploit his death to bash Republicans But in her ghoulish rush to do so she got her facts wrong when she falsely claimed he was booed at the 2000 GOP national convention She said I was on the floor of the convention in 2000 and fled off and when Republicans booed him She even went so far as to argue that moment began the late general shift of the Democrat party years later She said but he just stood out from his Republican Party even back in 2000 at the convention for speaking up for black rights and eventually did endorse Barack Obama as you know Later on 12 p.m. MSNBC show Mitchell recalled what supposedly upset the GOP crowd She said I remember being on the floor of the convention the GOP convention in Philadelphia in 2000 He was booed from the floor because he spoke about affirmative action She declared again and that was the beginning of a public break you know internally for him with the Republican Party Mitchell then finally remembered quote and so the endorsement will meet the press with Tom broke on 2008 a Barack Obama the black candidate was such a momentous occasion in politics By the way I was at that convention And I don't remember any booing and I was right Despite Mitchell's unchallenged assertions about how being derided by Republicans in 2000 An examination of C-SPAN's coverage of the GOP convention that year does not show him being booed at all In fact during the passage of his speech dealing with affirmative action which Mitchell specifically cited only cheers and applause were heard The footage shown on screen displayed people on the convention floor celebrated pal speech Perhaps Mitchell heard a small smattering of booze from her spot in the convention hall while covering the event
Iran: US should lift sanctions to prove it wants talks
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Iran wants the United States to lift sanctions to prove it once stalled nuclear talks to proceed Iran's president said Monday the United States should lift sanctions on Iran to prove it is serious about restarting stalled nuclear talks in Vienna Ebrahim Raisi made his comments in an interview with Iranian state TV but in Washington at a state department briefing spokesman that price we will continue to enforce them together with our allies and partners around the world until and unless a run chooses a path of diplomacy talks between Iran and the European signatories of the twenty fifty nuclear deal alongside Russia and China have been stalled since June president Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from the accord in twenty eighteen Mike
People on the Left Are So Angry and Mean-Spirited
"I've been thinking a lot about the way people on the left are so angry, mean spirited, hateful, hurtful. So unhappy and if somebody they disagree with politically dies, they don't hold back. They just express their delight that somebody has lost their life. In fact, it happened with conservative radio hosts a number of whom passed away from COVID and the angry mean spirited left had a field day with that. They really couldn't contain their almost joyful reaction. To the deaths of loved ones. Somebody's loved one. Somebody's husband, somebody's father, somebody's grandfather. And my friend Joe Piscopo. That's always sounds fun to say, 'cause obviously he's a big deal and a famous guy and he's the morning host in New York. I've gotten to know him over the years that he and I share the microphone at a.m. 9 70. The answer in New York City, Joe, who is this gracious guy and he's this humble, gracious person. And a just a proud American, he loves his country, he's made it quite a journey from kind of a traditional, almost a blue dog Democrat to a very staunch conservative guy. But he's got this wit and this charm and this grace about him, and he always says that a lot of people on the left are just mean. They're just, they're just nasty. Tracey on our team, she pointed out, they're unhappy people, and they want everybody to be unhappy with them. And so that's what leads many people on the left to do something as mean spirited as celebrate somebody's death or say nasty things about them. Well, we don't do that.
"new deals" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"It's the contract that really complicates things here for his situation. So it'll be interesting to see how the Houston Rockets do handle this. It is a bit ironic. I mean, they go from Chris Paul to Russell Westbrook tonight and John wall and here we are. But it is good to hear that is an amicable situation. It says John wall demanding out. This is both sides came together and said, look, this is the reality of this situation. Let's work together and let's see what we can find. And so that's where now John wall's agency, they can go around to teams around the NBA and they can openly talk like, hey, what are you, what can you guys offer? What can we create here and they don't have to do anything secret behind closed doors because both sides are on the same page. And I think that does help the process. Yeah, for sure. Now, for the rocket side, without John wall playing, opens the path, Kevin Porter junior at much like he was after he got traded there is going to be the starting point guard for the Houston Rockets going into next season. My guess is they might bring Jalen green on along a little slowly. Maybe Eric Gordon starts initially, but my guess is by the holidays, it's Kevin Porter junior and Jalen green are playing all the meaningful minutes in that rockets backcourt and then the vets like Gordon DJ Augustine, David dewa, those guys are just going to be filling in here and there for those guys back up minutes. At this point, they're still trying to move Eric Gordon. We know that. That's been going on for months now that that's been rumored. So we'll see. But yeah, Kevin Porter junior, he wasn't bad. It's going to be bumpy at times, so it was, but why not you're not a good team, you might as well see if you can turn them into a point guard because if you can, you have an infinitely more valuable player than just an off ball wing player, which Porter probably is never going to shoot it enough to give you a ton of value there, but as an on ball guy, you might have something there..
"new deals" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast
"Five billion dollar reconciliation bill in addition to a one trillion dollar infrastructure deal. Here senator chuck schumer on thursday. Global warming is upon us. And it's going to get worse and worse and worse unless we do something about it and that's why it's so imperative to pass the two bills the infrastructure bill and the budget reconciliation bill the second deals with climate change and will reduce the amount of carbon. We've put in the atmosphere by fifty percent by twenty thirty the first bill delete deals with infrastructure and built into that infrastructure. Is something i started. Fostering with zandi that we don't just build infrastructure but we build resilient infrastructure so when these floods or fires or anything else occurs. They are much more resistant. That was senator chuck schumer last week of the two pieces of legislation. The budget bill faces the more perilous path as republicans plus democratic senators. Joe manchin and kristen. Cinema are uniformly opposed to the price tag so in this moment when hundreds of americans died from climate related weather disasters. Just this summer will. Local and federal government step up and provide immediate relief and future production or will politics as usual. Get in the way here with me. Now to talk about this and other political news from over the weekend including new polling showing waning support for the president in the midst of the withdrawal from afghanistan and anxiety around delta infections is jonathan lemaire white house reporter for the associated press and political analyst for msnbc and nbc news. Jonathan welcome back to wnyc good morning. It's always a pleasure to be here. Well what's on president biden's agenda today. Where is he going. let's start there. What does he want to accomplish while he just moments ago left the white house for his trip to the northeast to inspect a pair of storm image states that would of course a torrential rain as part of the remnants of hurricane ida last week and that includes right in new york city It'll be him to vegas. I stop touching down at kennedy airport. He'll actually take a helicopter to new jersey. I town there to inspect What happened and then returned to the city And we'll be in queens touring a storm damage neighborhood and we'll expect to give remarks and of course he's going to use this moment to ideally two things out specials tell me first to express concern and sympathy to those impacted by the storm but then secondly to also make another pitch for the part of his agenda to.
"new deals" Discussed on PM Mood
"Quality of life. They don't even want to give you a basic living wage so instead of us right constantly rolling out all of these big projects which again are important but rolling them out in a way where we are not drawing a deep line in the sand between the difference between what republicans want to deny americans versus what it is that democrats want to provide for americans because at the end of the day republicans. Wanna get on the soap boxes and talk about all the ways in which the democrats want to take things away from you and funny enough. I have seen not one piece of legislation ever be rolled out under a democrat. That is about taking away. Your stupid fucking guns or taking away your ability to pray right. but that's always the go-to for republicans. They're going to knock door to door. Take everything away from you. When has there ever been a piece of legislation to do that. Tell me but everything that republicans put out is actually in reality taking something away but according to the messaging that comes out of any democrats mouth right. You don't fucking here that there is not a piece of legislation that republicans have rolled out over the past fucking year at the state and local level. That is not about denying an american something whether it is denying a woman's right to choose whether it is denying your access to the ballot whether it is denying healthcare whether it is denying school board's ability to your children safe in schools. Think about all of the things that republicans have rolled out to deny you your liberty and your freedom. Remmy martin joins with international music star usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture koniak from blues to hip up. Swing dancing to break dancing. Usher and reading. Martin traveled through the decades in france in the us honoring cultural figures both rooted in shared philosophy of aiming for the stars. See the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. Martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume imported by remy-cointreau usa. New york new york please drink responsibly. That.
"new deals" Discussed on PM Mood
"Much like who was. Prince explores the life of prince and his influences remmy. Martin joins with international music star. Usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture. Koniak see the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. Martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume imported by remy-cointreau usa. New york new york please drink responsibly. Good morning and welcome to work daily with me. Your girl danielle moody recording. Live from the brooklyn bunker today. You know i wanted do the moment to talk about labor day and the fact that we as a nation just celebrated or honoured are recognized this holiday and the fact that it's supposed to what have us put is on and give respect to workers right. All of us are workers. If you are employed you are a worker that helps this country in this economy. Move and i think that what is often lost on all of us. And what is shifting right now in a lot of industries and in a lot of spaces is the power that workers have now. When this country was moving through its industrial age we needed to create unions and hr and different types of protections for workers because without these protections without government intervention without agencies that would look after the safety in the well-being for workers. You have what is pretty much going on with amazon around the country. You have people unable to take bathroom breaks. There's right now. A piece of legislation that is going through the california legislature to ensure that production numbers remain reasonable at the behemoths like amazon. So that workers who are on the line putting together your packages our packages that we so desperately need can take a bathroom break. It's crazy to me to think that in the twenty first century after we have gone through so many different points of work revolution and expansion in this country that in so many ways we are going back to the beginning whether it is with fucking abortion whether it's with voter suppression but it seems like america's civil rights and liberties and workers rights and liberties and women's rights and liberties are somehow boom haranguing back pre industrial times right where we are needing to make explicitly clear the protections that workers are guaranteed the protections that women are guaranteed and we have a very tepid government right now..
"new deals" Discussed on ESPN FC
"You know what i mean but ultimately as i say if you find the right sort of keep up with joe hog alex middle eastern able to even customers michael and you can have fun with them so the stuff that they're saying is tends to be stuff whereby in the moment. It looks like it's a very serious occasion for the joke about something happened earlier. So they're the ones that you liked to listen to. How much jordan. Pickford annoying nine. He's is good euros. Give him some belt but he does seem low budget times for ultimately. I don't know him as a person. So i'm going to sell on the fence a second those i like to do and say you know. I'm sure he's a great guy. Well the thing is when you see he makes. He's one of those who makes a save. Dr steve dragged on steve's point because the it is every single time it is every single time that i'm you make an era then you have to expect the same kind of treatment and i don't receive that on the rare occasion that you may say as does wanted everybody to big big this eve running around we've hives. Nobody knew what. I just wanted to highlight that amid a good seat. Cristiano ronaldo is famously taken care of himself physically his whole career. Ed which is allowed him to perform at a high level. Well into his. Thirty's what would you most like to have seen do the same with physique area. Brazilian ronaldo ronaldinho. Another wasn't didn't resume renaldo hub. Health wasn't spree. wasn't that some some other something more most of them just just a knee injury. I thought it was a i. Don't know but yes out of love to see brazilian aldo. As as repeatedly. I think he was credible through all that his courageous keep on and to he was just too good night. Would you've seen liftoff themselves. Pets have seen when aldo have a longer career because the of legacy they would have would be even greater because froze we hold him so daily and when he look back you didn't she play as many games as say some of these icons of today but another guy. I'd say Incensed when he was in england was the throughout. So this is a guy who train how as much ability as you've seen anywhere in the league but for when he was in england. I don't think he really cared about being that much of a professional and it's just so sad in my opinion now to see that he's playing his best in portugal as a holding midfielder. Like if you would have had just a little bit more so desire and you know more better physique in a better mentality now this guy could have been an icon england More now to the questions you said yesterday shack aside from renowned winning the world cup..
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"Isn't when you take what stephen jared achieve as a of course never won the league with liverpool has won the league though as a manager of course the rangers lost yes stopping celtic making it ten in a row. We're on sunday rangers against rayo madrid carlo. Ancelotti of course once again in charge of the spanish giants often speak into stephen. Gerald talked to him about the time that call on solti tried to sign in. Ac milan. sonya frac- milan the avenue recollection to them live. Appeal never brought to me so they must have kept as a secret I did actually see the interview that he did on. When it was obviously very flattered. And i'm very homeland for sure. Listen i was very happy at liverpool. There's no way in the world. Any team would would have got me away from their. After time you know. I was going into the micro from a personal point of view. And i was really happy and consensus on and be successful at liverpool when a name like colorado. Ac milan talk about you. Know wanting to to view as a player. it's certainly very flattered him when he left the for. Today's your name was mentioned the job and i don't think actually thought you're going to have it symbol. Maybe the benitez has gone a bit of a equally surprising. View that i don't think it's equally supplies and because you know rappers bowl in the city is not read through and through and he never played against devon for for twenty years and compete the game so think both situations of very difference rafters will make his own professional decisions. It was no surprise that he wants us to get back into the primarily. Got a big club on him of the opportunity to compete against teams in the league. So i wasn't very shocked and surprised at all in all honesty but raffle book was very shocked and surprised. My name was linked to the job. I don't know where to confirm whether it was paid or or there was any truth. And then i'm not sure it's never a possibility. And as far as i'm concerned just another there was a few jobs primarily evanston obviously not a start starter tottenham. Crystal policy was mentioned. Twelve never really kind of go suggested me the right. Now you've got finish business at and there's real temptation quebec's the parentally listen. I don't think this ends viewers ever about me and my future mainly any team so you question surprise me first and foremost. I'm very happy here. I've said on numerous occasions. I'm outta huge. Clothe them seldom happy. I'm going to continue to develop and keep trying to push this team forward. I can't control any media. Speculation about my own position John welcome it out to also do is focus on the job of guadiana very flattered and ungrateful for the position. I mean i read some of that. You said that last year's get brought you peace in south-east factual just you know whether it's for the job playing days wherever they can expand on what you mean in terms of the peace and satisfaction pro one for a long time you know for the majority of my career. I always competed with the end..
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"Tap on because all parts also rebuttal illegal selena gomez see you want to play so i think i s bien on the opening session on August in this butter nelson to that. If i have to wait. I'll say we'll be seeing Lionel messi there. I think the the day is the second of august. He will finish his holidays. He will come back to barcelona and we will probably see the signing of the contract and then everything will will go more relaxed for especially ronald koeman. Who is quite nervous with the situation. Yeah of course got all of this speculation going on as reports on that. They're looking to get rid of anton greece and get that massive wage bill off from their accounts yet. If any club in the world and i've got interest in antone grease mun basler a so desperate to get rid of him. They have put themselves in a really bad situation. The baby they definitely. That's quite yesterday in that same presentation drama. Parker said something. Like gordon gonna give phantom as if there is not a good offer he will take it will play. I think he was sending a message of saying no. No we won untung. Antoine grease man which is not true but he has to say that because otherwise done the teams would do Do you say. I think it's complicated. Because any club knows about the difficult that situation of epsilon. So we will see. It's on monday. Have legal possibilities of making money as well with with gt. He's playing preseason with barcelona but he's of course having these physical problems and also alleged maria by they want to pick these pearl of the of the campaign of allama sia but it's difficult because he's representatives worn baltimore could be making with illeg meriva. Something like twenty million. So we'll see what's happening. The next few there will be hugged market here in barcelona. It really is italian. Valor isn't a gem as always thank you very much for your thoughts just reminded. Espn afc back on your screen. Some opinions a countdown to start of leaguer for we'd focusing on celta-vigo so all sorts and friday thirteenth valencia against saffet. Then on this saturday real madrid kick off their campaign away against alvez's sunday mention at the camp. Now we boss against real so that before. That athletic thought defense advance heights away against celta-vigo all these games in fact for the whole season every single match.
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"Europe is extraordinary. As you say in the modern world where you've got all this money flying around. I'm pretty much an open checkbook for most clubs regarding who they can get front bilbao. There is such a small sample of which they can call on yet. This is a sign that have stuck with that tradition and have never been relegated. It's extraordinary yeah. If i have to tell my opinion. I seen they will never do. They are so proud actually. It's also remarkable. But because they are one of the three themes that they have never been relegated may have never played in a second division so this is say quite important for a team that as you say they come signed actually am for the next season so far they have only one signing. Charman is not a remarkable player. And it's quite also important that the goal keeper of the spain or nice team on is the player of this club so they are quite well with these strain. Estrange extraordinary circumstances if you go to bilbao they wanna talk to you about football and i want to talk to you about food. Pinschers a brilliant idea in you have your top us and then you have a cocktail in each of the top laurent and at the end of your meal at the end of however long you spend easing you hand. Those tells thick over. And that tells you how much you have to pay. The food is sublime. Yeah it's amazing that have competitions war competitions of this being chosen you can eat absolutely delicatessen food. A in at the top of a little piece of bread with that a little seeing that at the end of gives you the bill. I will recommend any football over to go to bilbao and to go through the process. Street is the street that it takes to the new sun mamas and you can have amazing pinches there and also a beautiful New stadium and then of course enjoy a gaming some because they have one of the best..
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"I've heard and then obviously in in the green new deal resolution that Alexandria ocasio Cortes, an Ed Markey put forward they said, well, we're going to try to do net zero by twenty thirty. What do you think what has to happen? In in terms of reducing carbon emissions and by win. So the scientists that we have about ten to twelve years. There's some scientists now say like, we don't have any more time. We're on track to have sort of warming of two degrees. And so I think so it's it's confusing because the twenty-fifty numbers about global emissions, right? And the US is still the largest economy in the world. And so we contribute a ton of those emissions. And so for us to reach net zero by twenty fifty the US will probably have to decrease all not probably we'll have to decrease much more quickly than than twenty fifty overall in part because we play such an important role in sort of creating technologies making them available to developing countries and helping them decarbonised which is going to be a huge part of of this overall. You know, dealing with climate change. And so for us. I forget the exact targets. I think it was like an IPC report. I thought it was like fifty percent by twenty thirty at have to go back, and look, I don't remember. But I think it's clear that we need to move before twenty fifty. And I mean right now, it's as if we hit two degrees of warming like ninety nine percent of a coral reefs will be gone by twenty forty right and the human costs of of fossil fuel pollution and climate change are already here, right? Sixty six percent of asthma deaths in the country are women seventy what three percent of African Americans live within thirty miles of a coal fire. Power plant and black children. Probably not coincidentally die from asthma. Three times. More the white children. Right. Eighty percent of the Latinos live in an area with at least one air pollution violation. Right. So. People and how many people have, you know, black lung because of coal mining, right? So these there are already people whose bodies and lives on the line because of our reliance on fossil fuels, and that's not even talking about extreme weather events. And so I don't think we can move too quickly. Right because we know that the devastation will increase, and so I think ASEP. So what the science seems to actually conclude? So there's a there's a lot of different ways to reduce carbon emissions, which of course, has to be done across every industry all kinds of different things you can put a tax on carbon. You can put in place regulations,.
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"Green new deal is. So am business. Can you talk about that context? And talk about why this plan is so different than climate groups may have proposed just a few years ago under Obama. Yeah. I think actually the context of that question sort of points out. It's different Lee moved to the left. Because of Republicans we are trying to address the issues that people are clamoring about and saying that they're facing and that they are facing in real life, which is wage stagnation income inequality environmental degradation, right Medicare for all. And so I think the reason why the green deal so comprehensive is a couple of things one. It's based on sort of a mass mobilization not sort of it is based on a mass mobilization industrial policy approach to how to deal with climate. And that has to do very much with the fact that we have such a short time line, and we have to bring down emission so dramatically which means that we have to throw everything we have to essentially throw the full might of the country behind this problem if we're going to solve it. And then I think and so that sort of transformation requires different policies in order for you to be able to pay for it, quote unquote with real resources in terms of of worker. Physical capital often. We talk about paying for it. When we all actually mean financing it, but actually for mobilization this big you are trying to get to full employment at largely because you probably need all of that. And so we have to sort of have a labor market where people can move around where there's a safety net where there's like a a simple entry point for people a ton of people, right? The labor participation for working adult is lower now than it was a decade ago. And so you have all these people that are fallen out of the labor market that you have to plug back in. And so you need a streamline workforce development like skills training, which we don't have. And so I think what people often think of is like the progressive wishlist of policies in the green new deals actually sort of is not sort of is actually about planning for a mass mobilization. I think the second part that makes us so. Different as we take very seriously. The fact that this will be an economic transformation. Right. When you change your energy source, you change everything. Right. And climate change isn't even just because of energy. It's also about the ways that we think about growth in terms of this consume consume consume the ways that we use energy all of that. And so the green new deal is just recognize us simply that it to decarbonised at the state at the pace, and sort of the speed that we have to end at the scale that we have to we are going to change our entire economy. And so if we're going to do that why not transform it? So that it includes the most people in that we end up with a healthier Konami than we did before. And so that's also why you see a lot of the things related to Justice that you see in the green new deal. And then I think there's just like really a very sort of simple third. Answer. Which is also this isn't a list of policy prescriptions. We approached it in terms of what kind of work needs to happen for us to decarbonised our economy until it's also very project focused in the sense that we're thinking about what work needs to be done. How do we create jobs and sort of how do we use that job creation? This new moment in our economy to renegotiate power relationships between the public and the private between everyday folks and the elite and ways that people that the majority of Americans are asking for and just so listeners know, what is the ultimate goal here with regard to reducing carbon emissions. What do we have to get done? Because I've seen some people say, okay, we need net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty..
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"This isn't one of the one issue on the list of things you're going to care about this is an absolute emergency and crisis everything should be focused on it. And if you and if and if what you're going to say to people is what they're advocating is too far. You're making a mistake or even worse in this instance, if if a little kid is saying, but you represent us you have to listen to us. We voted for you. When you say held are you kid 'cause I'm sixteen you're not a voter that is it is so focused on the wrong thing. There's no reason to be chiding. Joe REEs, caring so much about an issue that they're going to God, we need more kids like that. No. Kidding, no reason at all my my thing is just like look we need Diane's to find signs vote. So how are we going to get the vote, right? Like, I think that you don't think we have our vote on on these things you don't you think she's going to be one of the people that stops us from getting somewhere. We clearly don't have vote on the on the green new deal resolution that they brought to her office. We don't have it at all. And so my here's my thing. You need an outside game in an inside game to get this done. Right. Those we need those kids showing up in democratic offices and Republican offices, and they're they're they're doing a great job outside. Mitch McConnell's office today. Right. We also need an inside game of persuasive arguments and pressure and people who know the ledge how legislation works to make sure that we get and we're not gonna get fucking sixty votes in the Senate on climate change legislation. How do we get fifty one votes? Maybe if we eliminate the filibuster among Democrats to get something like this past that's what we need to figure out, and like, you know, it can be unfair that we have to deal with this. And that we have people like Dianne Feinstein who were not great to the kids. But as the sunrise movement and AFC and others have pointed out, we got ten years..
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"Should we set more in our office? We fight more. Like, how do we do it? Here's the thing. You know? I thought Heather McGhee on meet the press was really strong on this. You know, and she was clearly very emotional about it. You know? Pointing to your environmental record when we haven't done enough on the environment for thirty years while you've been in office, not your fault. The consensus has been too far too far to the right? We have a cared about this enough and what's happening right now. And you know, I feel like one of the lessons to right now is, you know, all these centers, and all these people that have been washing longtime saying, you don't understand what's possible. You don't understand how we get things done have narrowed their own sites. I mean, even the resolution she was talking about that. She was in favor of was more limited. Right. Well, so this is an interesting. This is an interesting to talk about. So I read her resolution, you know, and it basically says zero emissions by the middle of century twenty-fifty, right? Which is what the international panel said the green new deal the resolution is more ambitious. And then it says, let's do it by twenty thirty. Right. And then Feinstein says let's do carbon. Let's do a carbon tax to get there. Also, let's make sure that the transition is just an equitable. Let's use some of the money to help communities that deal with it. She has also by the way as Senator presided. It over, you know, she represents a state that has gone further in meeting its commitments to Paris than any other state. Right. And so that's part of true. But like now all this said her, it's it's possible. And it seems likely that her plan does still not does not meet the of the moment. Not that it doesn't just meet the urgency moment it is not aggressive enough to move the debate. Right. Like that is a that is a resolution where the debate is already over this is the consensus place where we need to land. Right. What is done with some of the more? Progressive members have done is shown that Democrats have been failing to do something quite basic, which is move the fucking window move the debate. Call talk about a wealth tax talk about a seventy percent marginal tax rate, and all of a sudden the entire debate show. But that's what I'm saying. That's why this is. So this this outcome is so good, right? Because. Diane Feinstein's plan is probably a bit bolder than where we were just a few years ago. But if that's now seen as the plan that is the shitty compromise plan, then Alexandria, Casio Cortez. And the sunrise movement has already achieved something. Good. But Dianne Feinstein. She's very look she is she is already. She's very unlikely to be seeking another term. She is probably. Yeah. Run her last race anything. She advocates for SRI should be what she believes the place we need to land. Right. Saying that that the green new deal goes too far? I have my own version like the point that I think these activists are making the point that had their McGee is making is this isn't any other issue..
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"I also I also just curious too about the various jurisdictions, right because one thing you have the. Yeah. The House Judiciary committee, which would be in charge of things related to impeachment. You have the intelligence committee. That's looking into the kind of intelligence related aspects of this. And I wonder. What happens as this ends? What gets fed from Muller to the judiciary committee, something MARCY speculating about. And what are the how how much are they coordinating? You know, how much are they going to be able to do this as one one effort? Yeah. I mean, the the language about the report that should be created says just at the conclusion that special counsels work he or she shall provide the attorney general with a confidential report explaining the prosecution or declaration decisions reached by the special counsel. So it's like brief and pretty vague. And you don't know it could be really long could be short. It could be nothing. So this this will be a battle. And I think for Democrats is just we we want the truth. We want the details on the American people wrote that okay, let's talk about the green new deal. A video went viral on Friday that showed a group of children who had gone to California Senator Dianne Feinstein's San Francisco office to ask her to support the green new deal in the video which was posted. By the sunrise movement are relatively new organization. That's been pushing members of congress on the green new deal Feinstein tells the kids. Following quote that resolution will not pass the Senate, and you can take that back to whoever sent you here. I've been in the Senate for a quarter of a century. And I know what can pass. And I know what campus. I know what I'm doing you come in here. And you say it has to be my way or the highway. I don't respond to that. I've gotten elected I just ran. I was elected by almost a million vote plurality. So, you know, maybe people should listen a little bit. Now, guys. The sunrise movement later posted a longer video where Feinstein finally says she may vote for the green new deal resolution after all and she even agrees to give one of the students in internship in her office. Did that change your view of the interaction or just what did you think? In general, the interaction. I tweeted I quote tweeted the shortened version the video that quote, everyone knows it's good politics to tell little kids to fuck off. I was obviously making a joke. She didn't actually say that. But I do think, and you don't think it's good politics. Thank you. Thank you for walking out of that trap. But like, I, but, you know, add then I then had a lot of people tweeting at me. Did you watch the full video watch the full video, and I watched the full video. And I don't think it's better within three minutes as John red. She accuses the kids have being sent there by someone. I don't think that's an appropriate way to treat a child. There's a little girl who is talking about her sincere concern that climate change could ruin the planet for her as we know it and and find sign basically says to her we're not going to solve this in a decade. Despite the fact that the UN report says, that's the timeframe we have left to to get to work. So I don't think this is how you should talk the little kids. I don't tell think telling little kids I've been around for thirty years. Trust me is is an appropriate response. Like, this is how you treat kids their kids. You know, the reason, you know, and and I told you the next day..
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"I'm the one. Who can deliver for you? I'm the president. So like, I don't think you can divorce the politics here for Trump. There's also Florida politics, which is why you see general Marco Rubio tweeting once a fucking minute about Venezuela over the weekend. And there's also this broader anti-socialist pitch that I guess he's trying to make which is to say Venezuela's socialist that will be your future Bernie Sanders and AFC are the next president vice president is yeah. Madero has called the international shipments, a potential Trojan horse that would lead to military intervention is. So is there truth to that? How would that happen? And why are I noticed that some international humanitarian organizations like Red Cross? Yeah. Aren't trying to send aid in there. What what's going on with Jose? Andrea says organization the world's central kitchen is down on the border trying to get in there. I don't think that Jose's organizations the Trojan horse. CIA Jose once Jim change. I think it would be naive to suggest that the Trump administration was trying to send aid into the country just the goodness of their heart. I think that Elliot Abrams has been traveling on these planes with humanitarian shipments. He is someone who in the eighties worked with some of the worst right wing organizations in the world to help lead coups. And so, of course, there are questioning our motives like you'll be like sending Don Rumsfeld or Paul Wolfowitz to humanitarian mission in Iraq. It doesn't matter. How good the policy is the wrong messenger, say the lease. It's a say the least so what should Democrats be saying and doing here like Bernie Sanders who got in some trouble last week for refusing to call Madero a dictator then tweeted over the weekend that Madero should allow humanitarian aid into the country and to put it mildly many of his supporters and folks online were very unhappy was pleased with Bernie's. Tweet..
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"And reviving our economy and restoring our country's democratic is how his party performs will depend on his ability to turn around South Africa's battered economy and take on a kleptocratic elite within his own party. Both have big consequences for a weary electorate last weekend. The country faced rolling blackouts due to mismanagement at Eskom, the state owned power utility and today union workers are preparing to strike over job losses. Mr. Ramaphosa took office last February after the resignation of his predecessor Jacob Zuma. As I leave I would continue to serve people South Africa as well as the ANC under Mr. Zuma's. Watch Africa's second largest economy went through a decade of stagnation and vast system of patronage and corruption was allowed to flourish that eroded trust in the ruling party, the African National Congress or ANC the NC is the Liberation Party of South Africa. It's the party that led the fight to end apartheid a racist. White minority rule. It's Nelson Mandela's party. It has huge historical and emotional significance for many African. And the ANC has been in power since the first democratic elections ninety four Erin Conway Smith is southern Africa. Correspondent for the economist based in Johannesburg, I think the public has become distance from the party under Mr. Zuma. Mr pope. Zo offered a hope that this sort of old ANC could be brought back has closely followed Mr. reposes progress since he made the last state of the nation speech in two thousand eighteen soon after taking the presidency at the time, Mr Jose with very new to the job. He was promising to revive the economy. Restore investor confidence in South Africa create jobs crackdown on the corruption that had become rampant under Mr. Zuma. He has made some progress, but it's all been pretty incremental. It's been hard for him to make any sweeping changes. While he's been continuing to fight factionalism within his party related to Mr. Zuma who still has allies in in powerful positions in the ANSI. And why South Africa's economy been struggling so much traditional industries such as mining have declined? And there hasn't been anything to replace it really economic growth hasn't kept pace with the increasing population. There is a pretty big skills. Mismatch a lot of. Young people are emerging from high school unprepared. Unskilled the African currency the rand has been very volatile. It's been affected a lot by what's happening in the rest of the world and the US, but also taking huge hits from some of the actions by Mr. Zuma such as repeatedly firing his finance minister's ratings agencies have downgraded the country sovereign debt to junk status, some of them have it right on the edge near junk status. I think investor confidence really has suffered under Mr. Zuma under the kind of almost ten years in which he was the president of the country corruption really became so rampant that a lot of investors haven't felt comfortable putting their money into this of African economy at what's Mr. Roma. Pose a Ben doing to address those skills mismatch, and and Vesta confidence and all that to pull South Africa out of the doldrums Mr..
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"Date for that. And right now renewables provide seventy percents of our electrobi- most of that is hydro-electricity which isn't typically considered one of the more popular renewables wind and solar typically get that reputation. Get into one hundred percent renewable electricity in the US. Is that a plausible goal just based on the realities of energy that one of the biggest question railing in the academic and think tank world right now, I do the call last you two thousand eighteen the headline was the left civil war over climate change. And it is over this very issue. I think there's general agreement that when noodles along with batteries store. George which had a long way to go can get about eighty percent of the electronic Hyun the United States. This big fight is really over just the last twenty to twenty five percent. So even though it seems a little bit maybe wonky, and sort of a silly fight to people not in it, it Dila raging debate for people who are following it and it so to question about market, they to listen to me a mandate for one hundred percent renewable electricity is not market based is very much command and control. I would be remiss if I didn't mention this also totally parallel effort, a bipartisan effort to introduce legislation taxing carbon emissions, and that would be more market based is that something you could see the green new dealers sign onto the spokesman for a causE' Cortez. He said that harbor tax could be part of that deal. But it certainly wouldn't be the only part. So I think that's an open question something that will see debated quite a live in that house this year one thing that is interesting to me is the Democrats are sort of vying for competition for who can talk about climate change the most. And I think that's going to distract from the policy. You have the house energy and commerce committee chairman Frank Pallone saying that he's going to its first hearing on climate change. Now, this is separate from the special committee on climate change. And I think it's going to be a little bit confusing to people to see what page the Democrats are on because they're not on the same page, even from a logistical committee perspective, let alone the policies Amy final question for you. If you've got what is this kind of pending gridlock when it comes to this right late, whether or not the house can pass something as you say, the Senate won't Trump wouldn't sign it, particularly something that, you know, Nicasio Cortez endorses is that basically what we actually mean here, then is this is going to be something that will actually be litigated in the presidential campaign. Both in the primary on the democratic side. And then in the general in other words that all these skirmishes in the house that you've talked about that we're going to see is really just predicate for twenty twenty. I certainly think that's sort of the big takeaway for now climate change is never really been a top tier political issue. And I think particularly because of Trump's refusal to acknowledge climate change in prioritize it and said. It. In fact, we peel all the regulations and withdraw from the Paris climate deal that is making climate change a salient political issue with Democrats now it won't be the top tier issue. But I think you'll see woven into the narrative lot more than you have before. And this debate within the Democratic Party between the progressive wing, and the more centrist ring is something that you'll see they're out in the democratic primaries and presidential elections, maybe harder. Thank you very much. My final two right after this. There's more news out there than ever before. But these days it's harder than ever to find it and to know what to trust axios. AM takes effort out of getting smart by synthesizing, the ten stories that will drive the day and telling you, I they matter subscribe at sign up dot axios dot com and now back to the pro rata podcast.
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"Minutes to get you smarter on the collision of tech business and politics. I'm Denver MAC on today's show. The tech world prepares to converge on Las Vegas and the US jobs picture gets much much brighter. But I the green new deal yesterday. The one hundred sixteenth. Congress was sworn into office highlighted by a new democratic majority in the house that includes many new progressive representatives and something a lot of them are talking about and tweeting about besides impeachment is what they call the green new deal. So like a lot of big policy initiatives. This one is not yet fully fleshed out. But the broad strokes are to tackle economic inequality and climate change simultaneously, borrowing from what Franklin Roosevelt did to help pull America out of the great recession which back then was via combination of infrastructure jobs programs and new regulatory protections. So for guidance here, the best source is probably actually the campaign website of freshman, congresswoman, Alexandria, Casio Cortez because on it. She includes a piece of draft legislate. Then clued such proposals. As creating a goal of one hundred percent of US electricity coming from renewable energy up from just seventeen percent today and federal job guarantees for those working to make that transition. It also endorses the creation of universal basic income, which is something we devoted our December four th podcast to and the establishment of universal healthcare. Now, the draft legislation does not include any price tags or other explanations of how would be paid for. But oh Casio Cortez. Did today float the idea of a seventy percent income tax on those earning ten million dollars or more per year? Now, this is not legislation that could probably pass even this house of representatives. And certainly not the Senate, let alone get President Trump signature and even Nancy Pelosi isn't fully on board, although she did heart and some green new dealers yesterday by addressing climate change is a key theme in her opening speech. But it does matter I because it reflects how congress will be fighting different battles for the next two years than it has for the past two and also because it will begin. Many of those battles from a much different philosophical launch point in fifteen seconds. We'll go deeper on the green new deal and the new political realities in DC with axios energy and climate reporter, Amy harder. But.