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Russian News Editor Charged for Disinformation

The Larry Elder Show

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Russian News Editor Charged for Disinformation

"This is interesting. Maybe this will happen one of these days on CNN, which I watch a lot of so you don't have to. A Russian news editor while a newscaster was speaking, goes behind her, holds up a sign that says in Russian, which is hearing is not true, what you're hearing or lies, don't believe the lies. Honestly, we share this is to actually. Now you gotta have rubles of stone to do something like that. She was arrested. Might be charged with the new anti disinformation law. By the way, you know, Russia has an anti disinformation law. Punishable by up to ten years for spreading misinformation. Congress both parties here in the states is considering such a law to punish people for posting disinformation on social media platforms. Now, define disinformation is disinformation when, oh, I don't know, Hillary Clinton for four years refers to president Trump as illegitimate and having stolen the election. Is that disinformation?

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Why Is It Important to Potty Train Cows?

Science Magazine Podcast

01:28 min | 9 months ago

Why Is It Important to Potty Train Cows?

"Now we have online news editor david. Graham he's here to talk about potty training cows. Hi dave hey sir all right. We're already laughing but it's not silly. It's serious why would we need to tell cows where to go. Well house as you may have seen or heard make a lot of waste appeal lot. They poop watch and not so much of a problem if they're out in the field and actually it's not always the problem when they're in a bar setting because the way barnes have operated until recently scousers confined in these stalls through tied up and so they can only sort of excrete in one area. The problem which is kind of a bit of conundrum is that as barnes have tried to become more. The cows have more free roam in the barn and so maybe you sometimes have hundred or more cows roaming around a bar and on these concrete floors their pooping and peeing everywhere. And that's not only sort of a health issue for the cows and actually for people to but when urine feces knicks. It actually creates a monja which is a very toxic chemical both cows in for people Ammonia can become nitrous oxide which is a very potent greenhouse gas and so ironically by trying to improve cow welfare were also sort of hurting the environment and so the question is can we get cows. We get cows to sort of excrete in just one location. It would be a lot easier to clean it up or store to use it like as fertilizer or other types of things

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Christine Todd Whitman on Biden's First 100 Days in Office

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Christine Todd Whitman on Biden's First 100 Days in Office

"Marks the first one hundred days in office for us. President joe biden so for the next five days. We'll be looking at some of the issues defined this time in office and hear opinions from across the political spectrum on how he's faring for today's first installment of our series we hear from christine. Todd whitman a former republican governor of new jersey and former head of the environmental protection agency or the epa. Under george w bush. She spoke with monaco's news editor. Chris chuck to offer her impressions of biden's first one hundred days in office and whether she thinks. Republican party is capable of change. Chris began by asking her what she thought of. Joe biden's presidency so far. I very much approve of the cabinet. Appointments he's made the finally a lot of competent people who understand their agencies in their what their portfolios include. I've been very pleased with the people that he has appointed a breadth of his appointments on relative to the environment and integrating environment climate. Change into everything to every and agency. Which is the only way we're going to deal with. This and climate is inability related with. What's happening to us a covert and i think they've done an excellent job in rolling out the vaccines. That's all been good. That part that i think has been less stellar has been dealing with the border because you knew that was going to be a crisis and it would have been helpful if they'd had a little more developed plan to deal with it before he came in because The message had been so negative toward immigrants under the trump administration. You have to believe that. Even if he didn't say anything and he being kept the borders closed there. Were still going to be people who say this another era and i'm desperate to get away from the horror that i live with every day which is absolutely true but as i say i like it as appointments like the fact that he's focused on the vaccines which he has to be to get the economy back. That's the first step the environment is if we don't start to do without intelligently we're going to continue to have these kind of issues plus the fact we know that we are paying billions of dollars every year and damage repair from these storms. That are occurring ever more and with more ferocity because of climate change so that is appropriate. Everything that's happening there. It's just been the border. That's been a bit a stutter. Start to say the least

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Weekly Market Recap

Wall Street Breakfast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Weekly Market Recap

"What moved markets this week the week ending friday march nineteenth twenty twenty one a week that was anchored by the fed interest rate decision and policy statement and ensuing press conference by chairman. Jerome powell the markets did not do very much earlier in the week in anticipation of this and originally greeted powell's statement loose monetary statements. I should say with bullishness with some buying occurring. After the fed meeting on wednesday afternoon that reversed on thursday as yields shot up and stock markets were sold off pretty dramatically in some instances. The nasdaq fell three percent on thursday. And today friday things are kind of shifting around a little bit. We had some selling earlier and they have since come in. Nasdaq is now up for the day. And we're looking at losses but not very big losses for the major indexes for this week so a big week especially when it comes to fed policy. Lot of commentary around that. And i'm looking forward to what my colleagues have to say about it. I will introduce them now. I am joined by sticking alpha editors brad olsen. Vp of news. Kim khanh senior news editor. Stephen alpher managing editor of breaking news. And i'm your host and moderator nathaniel e baker senior editor of strategic contributors kim. Let's start with you. What was your take on. The events of the week ultimate another volatile week and we've had to deal with You know stocks kind of being dragged around by yields again. But i think it's also maybe seemed worse than it was because of thursday's sharp selloff. But now we've got nasdaq. Maybe looking at if it goes down for the week before out of last five that it's been lower but it's got it's started to gain some traction today as we were talking. Could actually you know. Maybe we gained more traction pull out a win just barely for the week. I think inflation has been on. Everyone's mind and not whether or not there is inflation. Think pretty much people are green. But there is if you looked at The philly fed that was out this week The prices paid index jumped to the highest level. It's ever been it's been since march one thousand nine hundred eighty though. There's definitely i mean. The prices received also spike sharply. So there's definitely inflation being seen this inflation in the pipeline data on now. The question is whether it's good or bad inflation and a lot of times you know. Everyone's like okay rates are out in. The market's gonna sell off but you've had good years where rates have been going going up a bit because of growth in. The market's gone along with it so there's been a i think a lot of debate about that and also we're kind of seeing maybe some more evidence of rotation which is not necessarily rate striven just people just still taking are looking at growth and looking for these reopening stocks cyclical stocks and Selling some of the bigger tech names to buy those stocks. And that's going to have an outsized impact on the indexes. Yeah and i guess. The question is also whether the inflation that we're seeing is transitory to bar the feds term which basically apparently means they can just ignore it. Or if it's something a little bit more permanent which might get them to start tapering brad. What's your take. Who are the winners and losers. Definitely this week was a cyclical rally. You saw airlines takeoff literally Partially on the tsa data that we saw travelers start to move around the country. A little bit more aggressively young american airlines alaska air united airlines all up about double digits. Interestingly enough the thing. Sanford bernstein even called out some of the value names or more traditionally cyclical names as screening or momentum. So that's one of the first time i've ever happened or as happens in two thousand sixteen where the value names are now technically momentum names of this upswell of of equity interests that we've seen over the past couple weeks really pick up steam and so that that that involves autos materials energy etc over the past few weeks. Although this week energy was clearly a loser on that steep drop off that we saw an oil the admit marathon oil achy. Wheelock smell the trillium. They took it on the chin Crude i think it had its worst day since september Earlier this week so outside of the energy names. They're the sickles. Were still a big winner. Obviously i think you've powell tried to assuage your concerns about how aggressive the fed was going to be I think just he just issued another editorial earlier today discussing you know trying to reassure the markets. Hey the dove even though quite a few of the members did express an interest in in raising rates before twenty twenty three a still a minority of them obviously

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Biden holds first foreign meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Biden holds first foreign meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau

"The. Us president joe biden has spoken with canadian prime minister justin trudeau in his first bilateral meeting with a foreign leader. Since taking office the north american leaders it used their meeting to highlight a number of policy areas where they will work together more on this right now from models news editor. Chris chair mike. he's in london. Good afternoon chris. Hello tina. This is pretty traditional territory. we we might have sort of fall in a of it under the last administration but it's normally a set pieces in it that when when we have a new president in office Canada a discussion with ottawa's normally the first port of call. yes absolutely. It's no coincidence in that sense. That joe biden chose to hold talks with america's next door neighbor. I canada has historically. Of course been i on list and biden stressed in his remarks the as did trudeau but biden. Said you know the. Us has no closer a no immoral important friend than canada. I should say though having said that His first set of major foreign appearances. We should mention. We're actually the g. Seven and munich security conference last week which were sort of really big foreign policy moments for biden but in terms of bilateral of course candidate comes first and when we look at well. There's a there's a very large There's under wall necessarily bet there are certainly A significant border one of the biggest land borders of course Shared land borders in the world and a lot of trade And certainly a lot of traffic not a lot at at the moment though when we look at certainly mending a metaphorically that that border What's significant when we look ahead chris. Well when you mentioned the border itself it's important to say that You know it's a sign of the struggles are the challenges in the us. Canada relationship to be fair as well as the potential because you know both leaders in their bilateral stressed the importance of trade between the us and canada keeping that going keeping the supply of goods going but at the same time. The land border Closure has actually been extended and remains closed until at least the twenty first of march Because of the pandemic so in that sense it is it is one sign that this is still going to be a tricky relationship between the two. Despite the fact that you know in terms of tone and in terms of the words they used a this was a very important meeting. A shift in styles A shift towards cooperation. But there are some major disagreements under the surface

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Biden Signals Break With Trump Foreign Policy in a Wide-Ranging State Dept. Speech

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:28 min | 1 year ago

Biden Signals Break With Trump Foreign Policy in a Wide-Ranging State Dept. Speech

"Us president joe biden last night delivered his first major speech on foreign policy. Since taking office it would be an exaggeration to report that. His address amounted to the unveiling of a full-scale biden dr doctrine but it was nevertheless and as was doubtless intended a statement. That things are going to be done differently. Certainly in comparison with the preceding four years on joined first of all monaco's news editor chris. Cho- mac chris. What lipped out you. As the the headlines from biden speech so andrew first of all As you alluded to there the overarching goal of the speech was one of tone if you will To really highlight the return of diplomacy to to really the center of foreign policy making in the us. Joe biden of course made this speech at the state department itself. Which in itself was a signal of that and you know. His comments were along. Those lines of america cannot afford to be absent from the world stage. As he put it america's back he focused on allies of course in particular bringing allies into conversations in order to also put more pressure on america's adversaries and in that sense we heard the clip at the top of the briefing That was the headline if you will about russia That you know he talked about taking a much harder line particularly when it comes to russia's meddling in diplomacy whether that's in the us or also for that matter charging alexei navalny But also at the same time you know it's interesting to watch what actually happens in concrete terms because for example even on russia You know he also highlighted the fact that the nuclear start treaty was Was relaunched if you are was extended just a day before this speech so there is a bit of a give and take. There was a lot of bluster in this speech but in terms of his concrete actions you know. Part of his part of his message was with allies. We can do more. We can bring pressure to bear on autocracies of the world But also therefore perhaps be successful in cooperating them with them where necessary a couple of other points. I would just highlight one. That was interesting was he. Promised a review of the defense force posture of the us. Also interesting that he sort of you know made that announcement at the state department. The point for him was to realign the us defense posture with its foreign policy. Goes he made a point of saying that. At least for the moment not troops would be leaving germany which was a key Decision that donald trump had been had made. He signed an executive order to restart. The refugee admissions program. Raising refugee admissions to about one hundred and twenty five thousand people per year. That was significant. And then as we're going to be talking about particularly ending support for the war in yemen that was really one of the key headlines that we'll get to one final thing i'd say biggest difference perhaps Or biggest thing that he didn't say Absent was iran. Because of course there are expectations that biden will rejoin the us will rejoin the iran nuclear deal. That was agreed Prior to you know under Brock obama and that donald trump pulled out of he didn't mention that specifically iran itself was Surprisingly absent perhaps they're just waiting to decide what to where to go from here on that

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"news editor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"news editor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To pull procedural levers to get the new stimulus passed without Republican support, if necessary. It involves a budgetary process known as reconciliation. It's been used by both parties in past years. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says the $2 trillion legislation is too expensive Republican says Congress has already put forth an historic response to help fight the pandemic. In response, Congress has built the largest Federal response to any crisis since World War two Scientists trying to find out if a combination of covert 19 vaccines might provides a better protection than a shot that was made by just one manufacturer. Xena's medical contributor. Dr Todd Element, explains how it works. You get one vaccine as your initial or prime dose and then the second vaccine is a different one element says they've tried it with other shots, and they've had success. This is promising, then this could really change the face of vaccine shortages. They will start out with AstraZeneca and Fizer and then move on from there. The AstraZeneca vaccine has not yet been approved here in the United States. Cherry Preston ABC News editor, Ed Markey wants to plan for the future. He is calling for a billion dollar investment in a universal Corona virus vaccine. It would go toward the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, he says Covert 19 will not be the last bio threat we face and nose. There have been three global Novell Corona virus outbreaks over the past 18 years. Push at the State House to get old marijuana convictions thrown out Now that marijuana is legal in this state WBC's Jimmer cases the old cases still could cost him headaches. That's because right now in the Commonwealth, it's awfully hard to have your records expunged from previous marijuana convictions. It's technically possible, but you need the money for court costs, attorney fees and there's also the possibility of may get turned down by a judge. There will be more efforts in this legislative session on Beacon Hill to have legislation that would fast track the process. Previous efforts have failed. No other legal pot states have run into similar problems and also pushback from law enforcement. In fact, last fall, Colorado's governor, Jared Pulis, part in 2700, marijuana convictions of marijuana possession with an executive order. Advocates in Massachusetts are drawing up ideas right now. Jim McKay WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Quincy man's being held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing after being arraigned today on charges that include kidnapping and assault and battery. Matthew McAuliffe allegedly held a woman identified as his girlfriend against her will and assaulted her police were called to your residence yesterday following a 911 call. Police are crediting neighbors for contacting them and providing information, allowing them to quickly locate the victim. One of two California teens charged with killing a police officer in Rome fights to have his case dismissed Gabriel No Telly. Horace told a court here that two undercover officers did not show their badges when they approached him. Unfriend Finnegan Lee elder in the summer of 2019, the two then teens were trying to get their money back after a local drug dealer ripped him off. The officers have been alerted and showed up in plain clothes in the scuffle that ensued. Elder stabbed to death Officer Mario Chad, Chad Lowe, Dega. Both the Americans are facing a life sentence for the stabbing death because under Italian law, anyone who participates indirectly in a murder can face homicide charges. Meghan Williams ABC NEWS Rome Before the pathetic firefighters used to go into schools and teach about fire safety..

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Archaeologists delved into medieval cesspits to study old gut microbiomes

60-Second Science

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Archaeologists delved into medieval cesspits to study old gut microbiomes

"Time than it takes to drink a cup of coffee you can learn about muscle mass loss during spaceflight track the migration of asian hornets and explore the supernova. That caused extinctions at the end of the devonian period subscribed to science sessions on itunes spotify. Google play stitcher. And wherever you get your podcasts. I'm scientific american assistant news editor. Sarah lou frazier. And here's a short piece from the january. Twenty twenty one issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine. The article is titled quick hits. And it's a rundown of some non corona virus stories from around the globe in costa rica researchers embedded gps devices in decoy sea turtle eggs to track poaching patterns in their first field test. Five of the hundred and one decoys which had similar size weight and texture to real eggs traveled significantly potentially reaching consumers in latvia dna harvested from a seven hundred year old public toilet in riga as well as a six hundred year old cesspit in jerusalem will help researchers examine. Human microbiomes have evolved over time. Microbial dna from both sites matches some species common in modern hunter gatherers and some in today's city-dwellers in antarctica. New analysis suggests a fifty million year old foot bone found on seymour. Island comes from a species of bird whose wingspan reaches six point. Four meters across the researchers also attributed part of a large jawbone with tooth like structures to the species in a madagascar garden researchers found several volts goes chameleons a rare species whose females can change from green to vivid black white and blue excited. The short lived species had not been documented for more than one hundred years and no females were previously recorded at all in indonesia. new research shows that fluffy but venus slow lawrence's frequently bite one another to settle territorial disputes a rarity in venomous animals in australia an enormous newfound coral reef off the continents northern coast is taller than the empire state building rising more than five hundred meters above the sea floor considered part of the great barrier reef. It is the first detached reef structure discovered there in one hundred and twenty years. That was quick hits. I'm sarah lewin frazier.

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Counting US Research Rodents

Science Magazine Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Counting US Research Rodents

"I this week. We have online news editor david graham. We're gonna talk about how many rodents rats and mice are used in. Us biomedical research each year. Hi dave here. When i first saw on the lineup i immediately sent you a guess. For how many rats and mice might be used by researchers every year. I was way off. What was your guest. it was eight million. Okay pay everyone listening you. Guess your own guests. I was way off. But the one clue so dave according to the study that we're going to be talking about today how many rats and mice are used or our house for biomedical research each year in the us. So according steady two hundred and eleven million. So i was way off. Were you surprised by this number. Kind of i mean the behind the study whose names larry carboni. He's at the university of california san francisco. Garri actually just left. There had written a book about fifteen years ago where he made a guest admit that was eighty to a hundred million so i heard a very high figure before but that is a lot higher than what other groups have estimated. The estimate tends to be around fifteen to twenty million. Why is this number mysterious. Why are people guessing or estimating how many of these animals are used in research. And this isn't something that we track greg. So there's something called the animal welfare act which is a federal law. That's been around for more than fifty years actually. Nbc wanted allows is the united states department of agriculture. Usda to go to my universities private companies any facility that has animals that are covered by that act usda goes in and inspect those animals for welfare counts them now. The problem is that there are only limited number of animals that are covered by that act that includes dogs cats rabbits monkeys but mice and rats and birds for the most part have always been excluded or mostly that excluded from that that means that the only agency that would go from especially as is counting. These animals is now counting mice rats. Nobody actually has any idea how many of these animals are being used in the us facilities. How does this value. Though this one hundred ten million or maybe the low value of twenty five million compare with those other lab animal populations that you're talking about rabbits cast dogs it's vastly more should matter who's number you believe. Everybody seems to agree that lab mice and rats makeup at least ninety three percent of all the mammals used by medical research so the total number all those other animals. I was talking about these animals that are covered by the welfare in the whole united states is about seven hundred

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Joe Bidens presidency

Monocle 24: The Briefing

14:32 min | 1 year ago

Joe Bidens presidency

"And foremost happy new year to all our listeners. At the ever present risk of tempting fate it does feel like two thousand and twenty one can only be an improvement on two thousand and twenty one. Primary cause for optimism is the fact that after january twentieth earth's most powerful office will no longer be held by america's worst on imprisoned citizen description. Correct as of this broadcast between an untamed pandemic economic crisis and the spectacular mess made in general by president. Donald trump president elect joe biden faces a daunting oval office in trae won joint first of all by christchurch mcnichols news editor and by suzanne lynch washington dc correspondent with the irish times in this first part of the show. We'll look mostly at what president-elect joe biden wants to do and will do domestically but chris festival on that thought of succeeding donald trump. How much political capital does joe biden inherit just by virtue of not being donald trump. Well to be honest in some ways. That is a question that will be. I think more important end to discuss in the second half of our show. We look at foreign policy. Because i think that is where there is arguably a lot more political capital. You know joe biden will enter office of this month to lead a country that is still extraordinarily divided. It has to be said that whatever Court decisions were taken efforts to reverse. This election rejected by courts and by many academics. Who saw you know and others observers. Who saw no real evidence of fraud. It is important to point out. I think that potentially a majority of republicans are going to come into this year. Voters believing. Joe biden is illegitimate that that is not correct. That is not that is not what happened. But it is nevertheless a danger for democracy. And it's something that really i think is important to watch. Joe biden essentially has a tremendous amount of goodwill from half of the country who expects him to reverse many of the policies that donald trump implemented over the last four years and he will do a number of those from day one but we should not forget the other half of the country that will be causing a huge stink about all of this and it will be very interesting to watch how he tries to bridge those gaps particularly when it is such a strong divide as i say even in the sense of many just simply not even seeing him as their president suzanne to bring you in that division that chris delineates the is going to make extremely complicated one question. Joe biden will have to grapple with which is what does he do about donald trump. Does he as best he can. Just ignore him and hope he goes away or does he turn various congressional committees and the department of justice loose to try and get to the bottom wherever it may be of whatever. Wrongdoing was done. I don't think joe biden instinct will be to do that. I mean joe biden has presented himself very much as the kind of the nation's healer. He's talked about his own track record when he was in the senate for so many years of working across the aisle with republicans and working productively republicans. Now some might say that. Joe biden is suffering from naive radio. That washington has changed. That things have become much more polarized on they have in the last decade or so so he for example has has quietly hinted at his relationship with mitch. Mcconnell mitch. mcconnell is more more than likely going to be leading. i'm the two men have worked together. Particularly joe biden was vice president and mitch mcconnell in the senate and but even still you know. We saw mitch mcconnell reluctance to add call. Joe biden president-elect even though he had had won the election so that is a major at challenge for at for joe biden is going to be handling congress also. The problem facing him is democrats did very badly in november's election in terms of their seats. Both the senate and the house so not to pelosi now coming into a new year coming into a new congress with a much reduced majority and that is going to make things tricky for her. She's going to be tried keeper own party in check and i think a lot of the more left wing elements of the democratic party. Who basically were prepared to put away their differences with the establishment democratic party. If you like to try and defeat. Donald trump i now all gloves off and i think we're going to see this element of the party. The bernie sanders winged. Aoc wing. you know. Really kind of be vocal about what they believe. This joe biden presidency should deliver so i think you know that whole political reality of how washington is going to work with the mats in the house and the senate is going to be a constant challenge for joe biden other tries to govern. We'll chris let's look at the most pressing issues that will face president joe biden which is of course the covid nineteen pandemic now. Obviously there are grounds for optimism. Which is that a vaccine exists but it is going to take a while to get it to everybody. We are still months away from normality returning to the united states. Between now and then is there anything. The president biden will actually realistically be able to do to make an obviously already dreadful situation slightly less dreadful. Well i think he is going to try his damnedest to do that. he has set this or that that we all know now of Essentially a one hundred million doses of the vaccine in his first one hundred days disseminated to the public That's an ambitious goal. Although at the same time it it should be said that this was A goal if you will of the trump administration as well And this was. This was something that was planned. They had essentially bought one hundred million doses for the first quarter But the biggest challenge that we are going to see this In these first one hundred days is really going to be how that is disseminated. How is it gotten through to hospitals. you know and how states and local authorities cooperate with the federal government in order for that dissemination to take place how the army is potentially involved. It is a herculean task to get all of these vaccines out as quickly as joe biden has promised and i think it's going to be interesting because on the one hand you know he is as we you know he's he's still not president until january twentieth much of the work on this has been done by the trump administration At the same time there is you know there is this risk if you will or you could also put it in a positive way. There's an opportunity in that joe biden. I think will very quickly find that. This becomes his pandemic to deal with. And that he will be reckoned with in terms of how he is able to get certain programs underway. That means that his people his entire operation is really going to have to hit the ground running incredibly quickly when they take over in particular because they also have not gotten that much help that much cooperation from the trump administration in the transition. Suzanne joe biden has of course being in the white house during one previous dramatic intervention in the united states economy. When he and barrack obama arrived in the wake of the two thousand eight collapse will he be tempted towards something similar in the current circumstances or preceding more on the assumption that wants the vaccine is taking effect. The us economy will more or less sort itself out. Well it's it's a very good point. Under i mean i think there are lots of parallels here actually to what obama faced obama joe biden back into into a nine and you know even between the election on the inauguration i mean america. I'm particularly america then. The wider world was embroidered the biggest financial crisis in decades. And they have to deal with that. So yes there are a lot of parallels i think joe biden has a proven record on this and they were able to pass the tariff act. They did the the bailout fund for the auto industry hugely complex pieces of legislation. Where a lot of money involved. And that may well be the case. Again i mean the. Us economy at the figures december have been worrying. There has been worst. Jobless figures than had been expected am the signs of recovery. We saw in the late summer. You know really didn't continue as we kind of got into that second. Wave around thanksgiving time so i think the economic consequences. This you know are really not getting. Maybe enough attention here. Obviously so at the figures are overwhelming in terms of the deaths the infection rates and but there's also a huge impact on the economy. And i think we're going to see i. I believe around the world. It's it would probably accentuate this. You know the difference between the house and the have nots. If you like you know the poorer are are people who are have lost. Their jobs are in less secure. And yes we're seeing the stock market. Do very very well throw twenty twenty and a lot of people. You know hoarding cash. Essentially as saving. So these kind of issues i think are going to be front and foremost for joe biden particularly. I mentioned already because of this very strong left wing within his party. They want joe biden. Who who has been pivoting. More to the left economically i think for example compared to say a hillary clinton at the time you know four years ago and i think he has suggested you know with his pick johnny yet and his treasury secretary. She talked about for example. The need to address structural issues economic inequality along racial and gender lines in the united states describing how they are important for the economy to address that. So you know what he's going to do in terms of getting more covert relief. Package is going to be a key element of this first one hundred days in parallel to the huge logistical challenge of getting those vaccinations out trying to encourage people to get vaccinated etc and again. This is all going to depend on his relationship with congress and these are going to be. It's going to be a lot of money involved in this and Republicans in particular in the sandwich have been At loggerheads with democrats out late twenty twenty about the size and scope of a of any rescue package for the american economy and you know commentators ironic air pointing out the national dash went way up under trump a now are we going to start hearing republicans complaining about the national debt. So i think that whole aspect as i say in parallel to the the health issue is going to be a key concern for biden in the first few months presidency. Chris susanne mentioned there a couple of members of president-elect biden's domestic team we should talk about obviously the highest profile member of that domestic team which vice president-elect kamala harris do. You anticipate that she'll be a more visible and obviously engaged vice president than usual because it's going to be a very different relationship. Between her and president biden vice president biden had with president barrack. Obama perhaps ironically as things have turned out biden. wasn't really seen as a natural apprentice. successor To the much younger president he was he was running alongside whereas you already. Since there's a a feeling gathering kamla harris's president in waiting. Well i think To continue the two thousand two thousand nine parallels in in some ways. This is a sort of the reverse of that. As as you're discussing. Because i think when joe biden came into office as vice president he sort of provided the experienced the heft to the to the obama administration as the time as the sort of political establishment candidate for you know a relative neophyte in barack obama at the time and so his role You know he was. Obviously you also had before that dick. Cheney famously is maybe the vice president who really transformed the role but joe biden sort of ran with that and he was this You know incredibly powerful Very involved vice president as involved if not more involved than dick. Cheney was as vice president you know before that vice presidency often was seen as this very unimportant role and so i think in that sense perhaps looking now to kamala harris In some ways there's a reverse there because she is not the one providing the heft if you will joe biden is now even more experienced than he was back then so he will be the the fully experienced leader if you will in this campaign In this in this white house And so the question will be in that sense. What kind of room. He is willing to give kamala harris. What exactly she is going to put her stamp on In terms of us. And i think that's still a bit of an open debate. He obviously picked kamala harris because they have a good working relationship. She is somebody who was Arguably more of a centrist than some of the other candidates that he could have picked. You know she's not from the bernie sanders wing of the party. I think that was important because in wanted to pick somebody not only who was historic in terms of being a woman. I african american as well in the vice presidency But really somebody that he could have a good working relationship with in order to use her as both a trusted adviser and entrust her with leading on certain issues. So i think it will be very interesting to see how that relationship plays out and finally as you say as one point he obviously has not expressly said it but many would assume. There's a very good chance that joe biden will be a one term president and so in that sense. Yes this is. Come a harris's chance to really show that she is the one who will take up the mantle of being the leader of the democratic party of the future christchurch. Mac thank you for the moment.

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Key government agency acknowledges Biden's win and begins formal transition

WSJ What's News

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Key government agency acknowledges Biden's win and begins formal transition

"Us stock futures climbed after president. Trump said he would cooperate with president. Elect joe biden's transition to the white house. Nearly three weeks after election day the chief of the general services administration otherwise known as the gsa said that her agency would provide biden's team with federal resources meant to assist in a smooth transition of power after formerly holding up the transition citing uncertainty in the results. We talked politics. News editor tim hanrahan about the significance of the move the ascertainment by the gsa on monday sort of put the official gears in motion so for instance allows him to get the team intelligence briefing that the president and other top officials get it also clears the way for top krona virus officials other top officials to speak to the transition team as if they are part of the administration previously biden's team was still at at arm's length as the democratic nominee for president. Not quite the president-elect trump said. He had instructed aides to cooperate with the transition approved by the gsa though he pledged to continue his legal efforts. To overturn the election result biden is moving forward with a series of appointments as we exclusively reported yesterday former federal reserve chairwoman. Janet yellen is expected to be nominated to become the first woman in the treasury secretary job. While former secretary of state john kerry will be in charge of tackling climate change

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Senate to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee a week ahead of Election Day

Monocle 24: The Briefing

09:05 min | 1 year ago

Senate to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee a week ahead of Election Day

"Later today if you Senate majority leader Mitch, McConnell's predictions proved accurate the US Senate will vote to confirm amy coming Barrett to the US Supreme Court Bar will be the judge that the Republican Party has been able to put on the bench during President Donald Trump's term, and while she may not be the controversial of these herself her. Confirmation is the Republicans have breezily disregarded the convention which they invoked for years go to keep a barrack Obama nominee from even having confirmation hearings on joined with more on this by Christian mcnichols news editor and Claude Harrington associate professor of American politics at Montfort University. Claude first of all is this now actually a done deal is they the remotest chance at all Barrett doesn't get put on the bench? I think it's. All bots jail she seems to be there I. IT's. It's quite staggering to see how fast. The process can move when people actually wanted to unlike 'em time round as you mentioned just a moment ago. So yeah, I would say unnecess- some unanticipated and catastrophe she's had. Chris, the Republicans hypocrisy here is mildly staggering MRIs, of course, the same Republican Party that four years ago clutched polls and affected vipers at the very idea of even holding confirmation hearings for Merrick. Garland who Barack Obama wished to put on the court in the last year of his presidency they going to do this about a week out from a presidential election. But this isn't what justifies the trump thing in the as far as the Republican establishment is concerned absolutely I mean I think the issue is if you look at this from a purely political perspective taking out the the hypocrisy argument if you will Mitch McConnell and the Republicans in the Senate have achieved. What they wanted to achieve and they have, they have given people who voted for Donald Trump essentially what they wanted I think you can divide those who voted for Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen obviously into many different camps. But there were there were those who voted for trump himself. But then there were many who simply voted for a Republican with this in mind with the idea in minded, they would be able. Influence. The Supreme Court for decades to come remember as you said at the beginning Obama was denied I'm nominee that meant that there was a vacant spot open right when Donald trump was elected president, which was then filled and that in itself would have been a dramatic swing in the other direction. So we shouldn't forget that it was a very conservative Justice Antonin Scalia who had passed away or shortly before the two thousand sixteen. Election. So we have seen a dramatic shift in the court compared to what would have happened if Hillary Clinton had been elected president and so in that sense. Yes. From a purely political perspective, the Senate Mitch McConnell who is a traditional Republican was You could argue very much power political individual who was willing to stomach donald trump and some of his politics because he knew that this is what he would be able to achieve. At once amy conybeare. At ease confirmed, that will give the Supreme Court, a six three conservative majority. Now, that's not absolutely set in stone Supreme Court justices have been known to have minds of their own from time to time, but is it possible from distance to assess what difference that could make to American politics for as Chris quite rightly points out potentially decades ahead of us. Yes I think that that's absolutely not an overstatement to to to to say how significant this is. You know what they did. There would be an ideological. Conservative majority from this point on and. There's a couple of things I suppose one is. What it might mean in terms of what's coming before the court you know in the short to medium term I mean there are. Big issues coming down the road to do you know things on climate change on immigration and other major. Political stumbling blocks the one that's coming soon as I really am the one that's going to get the most attention for the moment is a vote on the for care act and that is coming before the courtroom, November and it's about rather than the the. Statute in its entirety is to be deemed unconstitutional or can can parts of it be on picked now? Komi Bats. Take on. This is going to be enormously important because if there is a possibility that's M obamacare in its entirety could be undermined and that's that's a fairly enormous moment. I think for the country not least when it's in the the grip ave, a public health crisis. Chris at the top of the show, we did play a quote by senator. McConnell which struck me as slightly all I don't know whether he misspoke or just found himself saying the quiet out loud. But he said a lot of what we've done over the last four years. We'll be undone sooner or later by the next election is that Mitch McConnell assuming or perhaps even hoping that trump gets beaten next Tuesday It wasn't interesting remark wasn't it? It's it's hard to say I think there might be a little bit of that in in his remarks you can read into it I do think more importantly though his comment related to what I was saying earlier I would argue that he is making this case almost a gloating case to say you can undo whenever you win whether it is in November as the polls suggest. Currently or not you can. You can undo much of what we did in the four years in electoral terms in legislative terms I should say, but you cannot undo what we've done on the court that will remain that will remain something that stays for a long period of time. The one thing I just wanted to say on that as well. I think it will be interesting with this conservative majority To really see how aggressively they go after that to to Mitch McConnell's point if you will things like the affordable care act they were passed by Congress if there is a Democratic president with Joe Joe Biden becoming president, they will have an opportunity to pass laws to to to change laws as well. Of course. So the question really will be to what extent this cord goes after laws declaring things. Versus giving Congress an opportunity to sort of legislate when it comes to things like healthcare as well. There were some interesting remarks I just add for Amy Coney Barrett on this in the past, he's talked about the idea of precedent the idea of who legislates when when you overturn precedent and she did have a little bit of a line to say she will own the overturn precedence. If there is still controversy in a certain issue. So if it is something that is divisive and it has not been decided if there is an overwhelming public support for something, she also believes that it's not the courts job to overturn it, and so that I think will be a key thing to watch going forward if we have say a democratic President Democratic majority but a conservative court. Claude if next Tuesday is a big win for the democratic. Party. As Senator Mitch McConnell appears to think it's going to be the not completely without options are there is the possibility as has been floated off expanding the Supreme Court but do you think a democratic administration would be willing to spend political capital doing that? Yes. It's interesting to see how the the the kind of the tightrope that Biden has been walking in his language on this topic and you know any mention of packing the court does. Bays alarm bells, I think in causes some concern people start talking about FDR on his efforts back in the day. I would say, maybe there might be an possibly needs to be a conversation about reforming court gets in its current. Is. Having become such a punishment killed body and it's certainly not what the framers set out to be, and the does probably you know some serious conversations that need to be had I suppose as one other point as well. Maybe just more. And immediately, is that the last male liberal on the court Stephen Prayer is the HVAC too. So. I. Mean He seems in relatively good shape put. It's quite likely that whoever is President the next four years, we'll have the opportunity to put. A new justice on the court. So that's just something to think about in terms of the balance clothes. Harrington Christian. Thank you both for joining

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A Look At The Last Presidential Debate

Monocle 24: The Briefing

08:59 min | 1 year ago

A Look At The Last Presidential Debate

"Last night in Nashville us, President Donald, trump, and the man who hopes to replace him former vice. President Joe Biden debated for the second and final time. In this presidential campaign, it did meet the unexacting challenging challenge Rav of being a less rigidly undignified spectacle than the previous encounter between the candidates portions of it indeed could almost have been mistaken for some sort of discussion of. Policy but did we learn anything from it and is really imaginable that it changed any minds or moved any needles on joined for a thorough examination of last night shenanigans by Monaco's news editor Chris Chumash and US election correspondent, Thomas Lewis, and Chris. First of all to you in the studio of what if anything stuck out for you this time last time it was all about the bickering and name calling what was this one about so to start. With it was simply the news is that there was no not as much and name calling as last time. Frankly I wish we could have three debates like last night's it was actually a substantive debate with quite strong policy differences exposed between the two that were interesting and it also what I what struck me was it signalled how the parties, how both parties have really shifted stances in a couple of different ways. So there was some. Interesting exchanges, for example, even on on foreign policy, which we hadn't heard before on North Korea where trump for example lauded the fact that he had met with North Korea's leader Biden was the one to say you know he would only meet with the North Korean leader if they were preconditions attached, this is a complete reversal compared to Obama and the way that Republicans tend to be the tough one saying they wouldn't meet with leaders in the past. Racism was an interesting discussion on race as well. We're both sort of showed how much the country has shifted by both sort of highlighting the fact that they actually want to be. Put to put it in one way a bit softer on on crime to to be a bit softer particularly on drug crimes things like that that you know in the nineties the US took a very tough stance on and put a lot of black Americans behind bars both sort of highlighted their software. Abilities here in order in order to to cater to that to confront racism in the country. So there are some interesting policy shifts that I found in. Thomas what do you ascribe that difference in tone of this debate to worthy to candidates president trump in particular I guess. Taking a deliberately different approach or had they been backed into it by the changes in format? I think was the certain certainly Andrew. An element of being deliberate by Donald trump particularly because I think it's played so badly for him last time around during this railroading performance that we saw in Cleveland Ohio the start Tobe. So I think it was intentional. On his part and on Joe Biden's parts to I think the intention was to really just hammer home that the failings in the United States that moment essentially trump's fault and trying to tack every little element of it back onto the president as being unable to be an effective leader I thought Donald. Trump, was the one. Who really started coming back to his own talking points and I thought there were two or three kind of quite clear lines there I thought it was clear that Donald Trump was trying to portray himself as this kind of insurgent outsider. Once again, like we saw in twenty sixteen, which struck me as quite. Weird because he has been president for four years of course but it seemed to work for him last time and I think that's something he's not grasping for to try and cement his support within his base. We also saw him try to bring in Joe Biden's son. Hunter. Bite. and have been some fatty sort of suspicious revelations as an emails that actually many people now believe Iraqi the work of disinformation players but he brought that up several times and I, thought the. Moderator Kristen Welker ABC News She did actually pretty well to allow people to respond to the more outrageous things either candidate was saying, but she didn't let that dominates and I thought that really let the debate itself thing really. Well, let's troy rewarding the behavior. He wished to see more of our ye sensible discussion of actual policy. We have a couple of clips from the candidates they talked about immigration. This was what president trump had to say her children are brought here. By coyotes and lots a bad people cartels and they're brought here and they used to use them to get into our country. We now have a stronger borders we've ever had. We're over four hundred miles of brand new wall uc see the numbers and we let people in, but they have to come in legally and they come in through. WAS President Trump for Chris returning to basically the talking point with which he launched his campaign for president in the first place, which was the the specter of mass illegal immigration teaming over the Rio Grande is it still working for him? Well, I think that was what made this interesting because as as he say, immigration has sort of fallen down the list of priorities of concerns of Americans over particularly the last year of course for. Obvious. Reasons the economy taking taking center stage. This sort of exchange between Biden and trump was very interesting for that because it brought it back into the four reminded people perhaps of other things that have happened in Donald Trump's presidency. This clip particularly was about the fact that there are still some five hundred children that have not been able to find their parents. After having been separated at the border. So this was a very frank conversation, a challenge to Donald Trump to talk about his policy, but it was also something that he seemed unapologetic about quite happy to have this discussion because I think as you say, immigration is a topic that launched his campaign. It's been an important topic. He argues that he got the border. Under, control he did also make an interesting common that people could still come legally which I found somewhat interesting as well because it shows that perhaps even he is recognizing you know in many ways this debate, he was a little bit softer and less inflammatory in his rhetoric. Then he has been in the past he did though have also a bizarre. Remark a bit talking just about the children of the border saying, well, they're in very good conditions. They're they're in clean rooms So there's some strange. They're definitely some strange remarks within this but yes, I encourage people to listen to the immigration exchange. Well, this is what Joe Biden had to say on the same subject he's five hundred plus kids came with parents. They separated them at the border to make a disincentive to come to begin with. Bay Real. Tough. We're really strong and guess what they cannot not coyotes didn't bring them over their parents were with them they got separated from their parents. And it makes us a laughing stock in violates every notion of who we are as a nation. Tony swear eleven days out from polling date. Now, obviously, as we know, tens of millions of Americans have voted already, which makes the but the third, slightly less climactic than it may have been in previous years but they're all too contrasting visions. The candidates were trying to pitch here I mean Joe Biden to appropriate the talking point of Value Republican president is is clearly pitching the kinder gentler nation isn't he? He is absolutely and I think. They're actually was as Chris mentioned part of a section where Joe Biden really was really very well, he was interrupted a few times by Dominic shrimp, but he really kept his own and he really came across incredibly forcibly about sort of how opponent idea in principle separating telling children away from patterns at the border really is I that does plays and you say into his this idea that's. Donald. Trump is this sort of aloof man who lives in his own bubble whereas Joe Biden someone and he kept making this point over and over again he kept saying that I don't care if you vote for me if you don't vote for me blue states red state. That's not how I see the United States and I think that was quite effective. Donald trump didn't really seem to. Be He did soften lots of elements of his answers on some topics Chris alluded to but he wasn't really I'd be surprised if legions of new voters now come into Donald Trump's because of his performance last might think we've with Joe. Biden. He did paint nuanced detailed picture of of kind of this person of empathy and in the sort of different nuances in ways that that unfolds through him. And through his agenda for president so I think as you say, the fact that so many people this record number of people have voted or ready that probably does take the steam out a little bit of just how consequentialist debate was last night when we talk because he did at the start about needles moving and and big sort of campaign bombshells happening this late stage I'm not sure. It would have had affect last night, Thomas Lowest Chris show Mac. Thank you both very much for joining us.

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The Ambies are coming

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03:03 min | 1 year ago

The Ambies are coming

"News. To. Me has an the AMBAE's the organizations podcast awards nominations will be exempted from next Monday the name is from ambient sound podcast host. Sandor FM. is to offer monetization opportunities for their host two shows with DAX and audio advertising platform. If you've more than twenty, five, thousand monthly plays, then you're eligible. Google has an answer new feature for Google podcasts. Manager podcast is can see how many times their show appeared in Google search, as well as top discovered episodes and search terms that leads to their podcast. Google, also added optimization tips for podcasters. Three quarters of Americans listen to the spoken word. That's the latest from the twenty twenty spoken word audio report published yesterday by NPR and Edison Research and does Edison. Research is Meghan Lazovic says there's a real increase in spoken word audio listening big headline of the study is that Americans are spending more time with spoken word audio than ever before in fact, spoken words, share of audio listening has increased by thirty percent over the last six years and eight percent in just the last year while comments. Developer of overcast has posted concern about the level of piracy anchor and says, he may restrict anchor shows from appearing in overcast search. Luminary is working with within combs cadence thirteen to make a former. Exclusive show available to everyone fiasco Bush. Gore and now behind the luminary paywall is now available wherever you get your podcasts. The free and open podcast APP for android antenna. Policy has released. On Google play droid a significant rewrite it looks great and is nicely geographically where it'll soon offer access to the podcast index audio boom is no longer for sale the company had been looking for a buyer since February but has raised three million pounds three point eight, million dollars by selling ten percent of the company to a Singaporean investor Peter? Antonioni. Poker stay online happens in less than two weeks and pod Bible interviews. The team behind it today asked, who are you most looking forward to hearing from this year's event? Weirdly, the answer wasn't hard news editor James Crillon that's me. We'll have words. And we hear from multiple sources today that megaphone appears to be looking for by half. PODCAST news would winning latin-american documentary podcast last Ross returns tomorrow as an adult day media. Original says founder and CEO Martina Castro. Six episodes you'll hear stories from. Madrid Bogota Mexico City San Francisco and Santiago Chile. And congratulations to CNN and a Spaniel for winning the Latino podcast awards best podcast in the United. States, for the third consecutive year for Zona Pop,

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3 weeks away from US election

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:43 min | 1 year ago

3 weeks away from US election

"It's now three weeks until the US presidential election. If polls are to be believed, it's now nine thousand nine days until Joe, Biden is sworn in as the forty sixth president of the United States. However, those of us with memories stretching back for years will understand the gravity of the polls ought to be believed qualifier if polls were to be believed in two thousand sixteen President Hillary Clinton. Might now, be running for his second term and Donald Trump's candidacy dimly recalled as a surreal version. So with all due acknowledgement of the folly of tempting fate is anything much different. This time will on joined by Louis Lukens, former US diplomat who has been analyzing the polling data for the political consultancy CIGNA Global Advisors. I'm also joined in the studio by Monaco's News Editor Chris Mc Chris First of all is Biden's Paul lead meaningfully different from Hillary Clinton's. Yes and no and. The Way to answer a question like that let's look at it. This way nationally speaking if you look at the national polls yes, Joe Biden is up. If you by many poles more significantly more significantly than Clinton was at this point in time and he's also been up consistently in the polls more than Clinton was at various points in time over the last few months of, for example, now, according to the realclearpolitics average, which of does a average of all pose. He's up about ten points. That's about three points more than Clinton was at this point in time. But of course to give a brief summary for our listeners of the. Complicated system that is the US we have the electoral college and the idea of that is national polling does not matter. It matters what happens. In two. Thousand Sixteen in Theory New York and California could vote ninety percent for Joe. Biden. But if if Donald Trump managed to snap up a bunch of swing states and battleground states in the middle, he could still win the election and Biden could win the popular vote. What's happening in those battleground states that's a little bit less clear. Biden. Is Ahead. That is true. He's ahead by about five percentage points four point eight percentage points in the key battlegrounds according to real clear politics but Hillary Clinton was ahead by basically the same amount. At this time in two thousand, sixteen, the best example to point that out and this also comes to the question for for Lou about polling. The best example is Wisconsin Clinton led by six points in the polls. Ahead of time, she lost Wisconsin by one percentage point in twenty sixteen. So a five percentage points gain for for Joe. Biden, is still something that could be up in the

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A Look At The First Presidential Debate Of 2020

Monocle 24: The Briefing

12:05 min | 1 year ago

A Look At The First Presidential Debate Of 2020

"Let's start today's program in the United States then which last night witnessed a chaotic and bitter presidential debate between President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden here's a selection of an use the term loosely highlights. I am urging my people I. Hope it's going to be a fair election of it's a fair election and what I am a hundred percent on board. But of I see tens of thousands of ballots being manipulated, I can't go along with that and I'll. Come accommodation does that mean? People to take. A fraudulent election is people aren't equipped to handle it number one, number two, they cheat. They cheat hey, they found ballots wastepaper basket three days ago they all had the name trump on them if we would have listened to you, the country would have been left wide open millions of people would have died not two, hundred, thousand and one person is too much. It's China's fault. It should have never happened. They stopped it from going in, but it was China's for. But if you look at what we've? Done. I. Closed It, and you said he's xenophobic racist and xenophobic Dr out she said President trump saved thousands of lives. Many of you are Democrat governor said, president trump did a phenomenal job. We worked with the governor a really go take a look. There's a deal. The fact is everything he said so far is simply a lie I'm not here to call out his lies everybody knows he's a liar but you I WanNa make sure what it lasts. It lasts. Hi I. You agreed with Bernie Sanders on a plan how both? The. Aesthetic you have. Have you do this month? Your administration directed federal agencies to end racial sensitivity training that addresses white privilege or critical race theory. I ended it because it's racist. It was a radical, a revolution that was taking place in our military in our schools all over the place and you know it and so does everybody else. Racial sensitivity training to view a certain person, you had no status in life. It was sort of a reversal and really they were teaching people to hate our country and I'm not GonNa do that I'm not going to allow that to happen but. Just, as the rallies to left, would you? Listen, who is on your list Joe Just. The flavor of last night's heated presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Well, let's get more on this now with motorcycles US election correspondent. Thomas Lewis, and our news editor Chris show WHO's here in London Thomas. Let Me Cross to you first of all. Some up if you can what did you make that it was not exactly a particularly edifying spectacle I think it's safe to say, no, it wasn't Tom and it didn't really feel like a debate at all. There is in the sort of you know history of these debates as a sort of sacred toned the stages these candidates president take that when after debated finished, you're watching the US knees anchors who are trying to pick up the coverage afterwards, and they all seemed absolutely stunned and lost for words and kind of shocked by the kind of visceral experience. The the debate is offered them I think Joe Biden obviously seem much more prepared but Donald. Trump's goal. In the whole thing, I think was to fluster him to put him on the back foot to try and reignite this narrative that he's campaigners tried on largely failed to stick to Joe Biden that he's too old. He's doddery. He isn't really fit to lead the nation particularly in a time of crisis Joe Biden for sure had the set pieces if you like of the debate but a lot of the marine lost in the fog of the war of the shouting match and I think for the moderator Chris Wallace for someone who really is considered as one of the best in the business to also have been kind of sat there in silence. For. Large parts of it not quite knowing what to do really did speak in lots of ways to just how extraordinary presidential debate this really was Christiana. You were watching on this side of the you watch the whole thing I. Don't think you probably went into it with a great deal of expectation, but it's safe to say you would. Have to be disappointed by the standard of what you saw. Tom I've watched many debates over the years in the US and you know to Thomas Point there I've I've never quite seen anything like that in the US. The the irony in some ways is that US debates. Political debates kind of jumping off with Thomas said tend to be rather stilted affairs What's interesting for me in part before we talk about the actual substance is that typically that's because of the rules you know often it's very stilted in saying you know this candidate, you have two minutes thirty second rebuttal to the next one one minute rebuttal to you. Now we move. Onto the next topic, this one was an open debate there was always after each question there two minutes for each candidate's is start with that didn't work very well already to begin with because there was a lot of interruptions. But then after that, it was sort of this free for all that very quickly descended into a shouting match essentially between the two candidates the other Issue for me or I think. The. That's that's worth. Pointing out is. I do think that one could say donald trump will feel like he pulled off a rather good performance. This is the persona that he has cultivated over the last three and a half years when it comes to his style as well as the ideas that he has put forward, this is who he is and I think he will feel that he had energized even those supporters that he has to come out I don't think he's won any new supporters with what he's done, but he's energized his own base and by as Thomas said, really sort of. Failing to let by Biden in really to make any strong points because of the constant interruptions. Biden didn't make a very strong mark. I would argue and so that that works in some ways if you want to speak purely political calculations that works to trumps favorite because people are going to be left frankly just depressed with the political process as a result of that the big. Well, we'll come to you rather autistic said was the substance. I didn't detect creative air in a moment but I just wonder on that point about trump he seemed to be I don't know this sort of a twitter feed made flesh. It was just a series of spiky pronouncements angry it was delivered in the style we've come to associate with him on that platform Were there any actual substantive communications that will have registered or was it just about him preview once again he can shout louder. Know the worst some substantive points that that were made and a couple of them played in in those clips that I thought were were quite interesting and highlighted the two different ideologies. One was on the pandemic and the Corona virus you heard Donald Trump talked there as he often does putting all the blame on putting all the blame on China for the coronavirus coming in he also there were a number of exchanges where it was very clear that for Donald Trump it's time for. People to open up again, it's time for the country to open up. He bragged about the fact that he had many people at his rallies. For example, at his political rallies. He felt that was a good thing and he sort of Josh Joe. Biden for you know not being able to get people to his rallies and there was this very poignant moment in that way where the quote was along the lines of trump saying people want to open up and Biden responded. quickly, people want to be safe and so that was a very clear moment in terms of the ideology of the two. I think that will strike people and the second one was on race, which you also heard there there are some very strong moments that again highlighted the sharp differences between the two when it comes to race and protests and the violence that is happening in the US right. Now, there was the bizarre moment you heard there about racial sensitivity training. WHERE DONALD TRUMP DONALD TRUMP rather very depressingly. I would say really double down on this idea that racial sensitivity training is somehow leading to a radical revolution in the United States in education he also refused to openly condemn white supremacist groups. There was this moment where he was asked to condemn the proud boys a white supremacist group and he did not So there were there were moments there that we're really quite depressing. He focused his attention than on Joe Biden saying. You, refuse to speak about law and order I. Think Joe Biden tried to answer that maybe Thomas can speak to this as well. It was interesting how he tried to answer the law and order question I wonder if that is something that you know might lose him some supporters on the left because he was trying to be quite defensive of the polices result of that. So Donald Trump really use his own strategy, what he wanted to do to effect in his world. Let me bring you in. Then on I guess looking from Joe Biden's pointed viewed along with Christie's rated the. was rather difficult for him to. Seize control of the narrative given trump's behavior sort of in the room. What did you make of his performance and would there be any areas that he may find he landed any blows I think Donald Trump's goal was purely to fluster Joe Biden and to throw him off his. Uncertain moments it worked. There were other moments when Joe Biden was alive to speak that you know if they do want to characterize him someone who is a little bit of don't reason quite fully grasp of himself for the facts then Joe Biden did show that he is an accomplished speaker. He had some ideas that were quite forward-looking Donald trump had none of those things and he. was questioned at at certain points asking well, what are your plans and there were really no answers. All Donald Trump wanted to do was as you put earlier Tom to shout the loudest because Donald Trump. Now, to win this election, he readings debate either bring big swathes of voters to his cause which I think last night's performance by him is unlikely to do he also therefore if he Can't that might try and do he didn't twenty sixteen and not is to keep people home to stop people effectively to make the atmosphere. So angry and Sophie Brier the people feel so disenchanted with the electoral process that they just don't vote at tall that was successful for him to a certain degree in two thousand sixteen, I think if the polls are correct and the polling arguably. Is more accurate is more detailed is more specific this time around than it was last time. Then I think that it would take a huge number of people to stay home for Donald Trump to sneak victory in the Electoral College. There were some reports after the debate last night that Joe Biden's team that some sources close to his campaign suggesting that maybe Joe Biden wouldn't take part. In the next two debates, if those debates are going to be like we saw last night because really heat does arguably have the most to lose here given his lead is so large at the moment I'm for Donald Trump. This isn't about sort of setting out to vision for America. This is about just sort of keeping and clinging onto power in the angriest way he possibly can, and I think as Chris mentioned I think that was if that's what the goal was that was pretty successful for him. Last night I think that Joe? Biden? Obviously prepared well, obviously prepared in detail but just a lot of those. A lot of those ideas set pieces that he had brought to the debate stage just weren't really allowed to shine through given just had extrordinary. The climate was on stage last night. It's always great to me. Thanks for being with us, tell us in Chris both the Monaco's. Team looking ahead to November Thomas and here in London Chris China here

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Science briefs from around the world

60-Second Science

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Science briefs from around the world

"Hi, I'm scientific American Assistant News Editor Sarah Frazier, and here's a short piece from the August. Twenty twenty issue of the magazine in the section called it. He dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine. The article is titled Quick Hits And it's a rundown of some non corona virus stories from around the globe. From Canada a new study models how gigantic morphing Blob of liquid iron in Earth's outer core underneath the Canadian Arctic is losing its grip on the north magnetic pole a second intensifying. Blah below Siberia is pulling the poll away. From Scotland, a geologic dating efforts suggests the fossil of millipedes creature found on the island of Cara formed four hundred, twenty, five, million years ago making it possibly the oldest known fossilized land animal older land animals have been spotted indirectly through preserve tracks. From Tanzania researchers discovered Africa's largest ever collection a fossilized human footprints left in volcanic mud about ten thousand years ago. Many of them came from a group of Seventeen people mostly women all walking in the same direction. From Norway archaeologists excavating a twenty meter. Viking ship buried below farmers field to stop a would eating fungus from destroying it. Ground penetrating radar had found the ship in two thousand eighteen and a new woods sample analysis revealed that could not be preserved underground. From Zambia in Mongolia. Spring satellite tagged Kuku completed an epic twelve thousand kilometer journey from one country to the other. It had originally been tagged in Mongolia in two thousand nineteen and traverse sixteen countries in his round trip migration. From Antarctica, scientists found that King Penguin excrement releases nitrous oxide also known as laughing gas. It forms a soil bacteria eat the droppings nitrogen rich compounds.

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What's next in the Fortnite antitrust fight?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:53 min | 1 year ago

What's next in the Fortnite antitrust fight?

"Epic Apple and Google are interviewed over the game fortnight. Here's why in Mobile APPs whenever you buy a digital item like an e book or Avatar skins or weapons in game google and apple charge a thirty percent fee on that purchase. Recently epic started letting players by in-app purchases on their credit cards. So apple and Google wouldn't get the FI apple google than both yanked fortnight from the APP store and Google play epic sued saying these digital fees are antitrust violations. Apple had threatened to go further and revoke epochs access to special tools that meant that other IOS games and APPs built on epic's engine would be affected but a federal judge Monday said epic it's to keep that access for now. Nicole Carpenter is the deputy news editor at the Gaming Site Polygon Epic Games game engine unreal engine is essential to game developers and honestly it's beyond gamed game development to a lot of industries use this game engine. It helps in doing kind of all portions of game development, but it's really known for as a three D. image creation tool. So creates those three D. Worlds. It's also used in films to create kind of the CGI backgrounds and other three d things in their movies. So by taking ethics access to the development tools at apple provides, that's going to be harmful to way more than just at big. I wonder how much power epoch has here you know like when spotify started making a lot of noise about apple's anti-competitive policies that got people's attention because spotify is a big name and they made a pretty clear case epic is a big name with a lot of reach and one assumes a lot of pretty loud fans like, do you think that will make a difference I do and that's really been part. Of epochs plan, this was more than just a lawsuit as soon as they got taken off the APP store and Google play store, they filed those lawsuits and they launch a campaign, the CEO of epic Games. He's posting publicly about this and and passionately about this, they're trying to sort of movement and they've got their Hashtag. They've got the tournament and I think that makes something for their chances they're with spotify. they're huge company, but they didn't have that campaign behind it like they do here epoch is really going for. The public opinion and with the size of fortnight, they've been able to use that power before. What are you know? The argument that apple makes is that there's plenty of competition and I wonder like if epic is taken out of the Google play store, people can still side load apps find another way to install fortnight on their phone, and that's not the case on Apple. Right. Right. That's the case from the Google play store filed a lawsuit against school anyways because some of their practices they say are anti-competitive that way but. If. You don't have fortnight installed on your phone on Ios right now, you can't play unless you've downloaded it before then you can kind of move around and go back to your old purchase and download it that way I mean it seems like it'd be pretty hard to argue that that's not anticompetitive right? And that's the argument is that epic Games is really trying to create new legislation here. What they're doing is testing legislation that already exists they're seeing that if this antitrust rules as they stand right now, Kim support case. Is it complicated at all by the fact that epoch itself both makes Games and sells others games and has some games exclusive to its own stores. You know I think it I think that it does make this a little bit more complex there but it does feel like it's a different sort of arena. You know they do have games that are exclusive to their platforms, but there are other options within PC gaming that. It doesn't make it a monopoly. From your perspective, how do you see this ending? I think in the court case, it's going to take a very, very long time to have something come out of something come out of the case but I do think that you know that's almost irrelevant right now for epic games because they're really going for the the court of Public Opinion So I think they're going to keep playing off that kind of harnessing the fan base in a way that. It's bringing an issue antitrust to people who might not have ever thought about that before. So I think that's really the goal here and kind of using that power to push apple and Google. In the way they want to.

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"news editor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"news editor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm tan Xena Vega and you're listening to the take away. Over the past few weeks, we've been having conversations about the state of the media in the United States from the total of covering protests for black journalists how public media is reckoning with its own systemic racism. Today. As we continue our coverage of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. We're going to look at how journalists have been covering the disability beat and whether or not that has changed in the decade since the 88 was signed into law. About one in four adults live with a disability in the United States. Yet that's rarely reflected in our news coverage. And when there are stories about people with disabilities, they often perpetuate stereotypes, and that's something our next guest has written about for the Columbia journalism Review. Wendy Lou is a news editor and reporter for Huff Post. Wendy, Thanks for being with us, Cantina, Thanks so much for having me So in the 30 years since the ADA has passed, Have you seen notable change and how people with disabilities are covered? Yeah. So I think that we've seen some some progress, some slow progress, but it is getting better. One thing that I've noticed that news outlets are doing better at is using neutral language. So, for example, instead of using Terms like wheel char wheelchair bound. They say, a person who uses a wheelchair or a wheelchair user or we're moving away from Ah, a term like the disabled, which kind of takes the humanness away from The person who actually has the disability, Tio people with disabilities or disabled people and either one of those works people and identify differently. Some people prefer identity first language, as though Centering the disability assed part of their identity or people with disabilities, which is person first language, and there's still some discussion even just day to day about. Um, which terminology is better? And, um, essentially, everybody feels differently. And it's always important to ask how that person identifies something else that I Forcing. We've been seeing a lot over the last five years or so, on eyes. It's still it's still problem is, um, inspiration foreign. Ah, which isn't it's ah genre of reporting where People with disabilities are traded like inspirations for doing released import hats, and it's part of this. I trend of Onley writing about disability. In good news like glow positive news, and that's something that I it's very surface level and often take space away from stories that go deeper into Things like excise an opportunity and I can also perpetuate a lot of stereotypes. There's a common trope in media coverage of people with disabilities called quote, Inspiration porn. I want to hear a clip about this from the late comedian and disability rights activists. Stella Young. This year's from a Ted talk that Stella gave in 2014. And I used the time pulling deliberately because they objectify one group of people for the benefit of another group of people. So in this case, we're objectifying disable people for the benefit of non disabled people. The purpose of these images is to inspire to motion you so that we can look at them and think. Well, however bad my life is It could be worse. I could be That person's Wendy. How common is that kind of news coverage? I would say it is still quite common. Oftentimes it starts in local news outlets. Ah, small communities that cover this and then sometimes they indeed stories explode. And then bigger news outlets like CNN will take it up from the smaller outlets, and it starts going viral online..

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Hot Pod Creator Nick Quah on How He Got His Start

Digiday Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

Hot Pod Creator Nick Quah on How He Got His Start

"You are the. Proprietor of hot pod. Explain explain the start it was back in like two thousand fourteen I mean this is like a classic story. Right of of a side project. Yeah, absolutely I was actually working in the same newsroom. Our producer appear RE businesses added together I was working on something else. I was focusing on Commerce and then, but I've been sort of podcast consumer in a fan of for quite some time by that point, and you know twenty four marked by the sort of first season of being as big as it was and generate a lot of headlines, a lot of sort of. Of Coverage, but as a is consumer looked at a coverage didn't quite see that It accurately captured what I thought was happening space so I started project to to cover it as as you know as a way to learn how to report and write about stuff and six years later it's it's a it's my company. It's a fulltime job and it's It's you know it's overwhelming reading a business. It's overwhelming. Okay, I want to get into that, and then we'll get into the state of the podcasting so tell me. When did you decide to make this a full-time GIG? around late twentieth, Fifteen I was just antsy enough and the news that are had gone to a point where I felt like a good just take a leap and try to slap on. Some sort of premiums have structure and see what happens I, don't know I am kind of a hyperactive itchy person and a comedy set in one job for too long and so I saved maybe like three months worth of rent, and and took the shot and and that sort of when I left my job I was then at panoply, which is packets company I was there for a couple of months. It's complicated when you're writing about a pockets industry, and so also working for eight co packets, company and then I decided to just go independent because I just wanted to spend more time writing thinking about this stuff without being beholden to another job. Okay so it was a news, mostly a newsletter. Yeah, yeah, it's still Muslim. Is that her? Yeah, so how many subscribers do you have when you made the leap? Wasn't lot. It was about maybe five thousand, a decent like sixty percent open rate, so I knew that was like a couple of thousand people some of percentage of which would probably end up being paid supporters, and that was that was again by the time I just needed to get to a point where it could just pay off milkjam hosting expenses and my rent, so that's that was the calculation there. Okay, I mean this is pre. Sub Stacks A. You were a bit of a trailblazer their. Sub Stack has you know capitalize on an interesting trend? We'll see if it plays out. But Ya not everybody can love his life. So when you say, we'll see I. Mean I'm sure there's look this is we? Will we talk on this podcast about accelerations and it's also causing. People to think about what they're doing. And what what's been the hardest part I mean you. You had mentioned before that. It's hard to run a business. Explain the hard part of of of when you decided to go and make this a full-time gig to. Making it like a true living. So I, think we. We're talking about this structure. Were we're talking about a very specific kind of media at newsletter business, right? It's you know. There are a couple of news editor driven businesses that have multiple. You know employees that I. Multiple Writers Hop often most part every I handle everything from to handle ad sales. I handle troubleshooting when it comes to customer, service and stuff like that and I think that's the wave that we're seeing of these sort of. Largely single person let newsletters even off. A couple of contributing writers is still like run books and managed back end. That's a lot and that can be quite lonely, and that can be quite a difficult. You can't take certain kinds of swings because there's only one of you and also you know. I've been doing this for six years and. Telling variations on a story and telling the same stories for six years is create take surveys, specific kind of creative person you know some of US think some credit folks and some journalists they like to spread their wings, and and change beat once in a while. You can't really do that with this kind of business. And so that's been part of the creative friction that have been feeling You know six seven years into this business now.

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"news editor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on WTVN

"Coast am dot com website and just read some of the incredible stories on our news editor Tim but all fines and rights and puts up there other truly remarkable and Tim is with us right now hello Timothy George how are you talking for do when he got force this week we got a couple real weird ones for you this week one funny will start with that one all right over in Nepal they've just launched a new towards them campaign under the title visit Nepal and it is a part of this is the is the mascot is the yeti of course which is actually the big foot right common icon in Nepal which is why they chose the yeti as their symbol so the the holding centers around part of this campaign is they created over a hundred of these massive statues depicting the yeti with visit Nepal written underneath and folks can go to the coast because they and website and check it out in the number two slot just see where all this controversy is coming from because the statues their enormous there seven feet tall the cost about five grand each they don't look like they don't look like a yeti and and the Nepalese folks they're not too happy about this because these giant statues gonna be placed all over the country as part of this yearlong campaign and they're all colorfully pay did they look kind of silly in the in the park prevalence perspective of the people in the ball is that it looks like a sumo wrestler so if both can check it out but yeah it it definitely looks more like a sumo wrestler than than a big but and and I guess like I guess we're gonna have to get used to it because it's going to be all over Nepal for the next year our second story this is a really weird one had me scratching my head when I did it yesterday at the website I guess I guess the winner Freeman here's a nine one one dispatcher in Pennsylvania gets a call on on Wednesday morning from someone apparently billing themselves a paranormal investigator who said that they were in a cemetery and they heard a woman's voice crying out help help I'm buried alive and they they were sure they were certain that that this voice was coming from within a pile of dirt that was inside a shed at the cemetery Jeez yeah really weird so so course number one sends out a state trooper and they get out there and there is the only the only thing they find is a ghost town there apparently was so distressed by this voice that they are they laughed and bought a shovel and came back and started frantically digging around where they thought the voice came from so I don't know I don't know what to make of that the cops looked around they didn't find anyone in trouble human bones or anything like that no no no one distracting something goes under was digging a random all in the in the graveyard very very weird love the stories to me keep up the good work what's yours Tim then all our news editor and coast to coast am thank god dot com yes definitely go up there and take some time looking at it like I mentioned open lines next hour we'll be back in a moment with diver Davis and final coals with him earlier Tom was talking about being a coast insider it's fifteen cents a day I love being a custom cider I travel a lot I.

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"news editor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Am dot com website and just read some of the incredible stories on our news editor Tim but all fines and rights and puts up there they're truly remarkable and Tim is with us right now hello Timothy George how are you talking for doing what he got force this week we got a couple real weird ones for you this week one funny we'll start with that one all right over in Nepal they've just launched a new tourism campaign under the title visit Nepal and it is a part of this is these the mascot is the yeti of course which is essentially the big foot that's right when I come on in the fall which is why they chose the yeti as their symbol so the the holding centers around part of this campaign is they created over a hundred of these massive statues depicting the yeti with visit Nepal written underneath and folks can go to the coast because they and website and check it out in the number two slot to see where all this controversy is coming from because the statues their enormous there seven feet tall they cost about five grand each they don't look like they don't look like a yeti and and the Nepalese folks they're not too happy about this because these giant statues gonna be placed all over the country as part of this yearlong campaign and they're all colorfully painted they look kind of silly in the in the park prevalent perspective of the people in the ball is that it looks like a sumo wrestler so if folks can check in but yeah it it definitely looks more like a sumo wrestler than than a big but and then I guess like I guess we're gonna have to get used to it because it's going to be all over Nepal for the next year our second story this is a really weird one had me scratching my head when I did it yesterday at the website I guess I guess the way to frame it here's a nine one one dispatcher in Pennsylvania gets a call on on Wednesday morning from someone apparently billing themselves a paranormal investigator who said that they were in a cemetery and they heard a woman's voice crying out help help I'm buried alive and they they were sure they were certain that that this voice was coming from within a pile of dirt that was inside a shed at the cemetery Jeez yeah really weird so so course number one sends out a state trooper and they get out there and there's a the only the only thing they find is a ghost town there apparently was so distressed by this voice that they are that they left and bought a shovel and came back and started frantically digging around where they thought the voice came from so I don't know I don't know what to make of that the cops looked around they didn't find anyone in trouble human bones or anything like that no no no one distracting sent the ghost hunter was digging a random all in the in the graveyard very very weird love the stories to me keep up the good lord what yours Tim but all our news editor and coast to coast am thank god dot com yes definitely go up there and take some time looking at it like I mentioned open lines next hour we'll be back in a moment with diver Davis and final coals with him earlier Tom was talking about being a coast insider it's fifteen cents a day being a custom fighter I travel a lot I can always have money shows a download them.

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"news editor" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KTOK

"Can get up to the a coast to coast AM a dot com website and it's in the number two position in the high like carousel attempt at all with this news editor of the coast to coast AM website now finally going back over six decades ago nine hikers disappear in the other euro mountains in in Russia in the dead of winter there nine bodies were discovered and we didn't it's been shrouded in mystery for for decades now one of the sisters of the one of the hikers the died as finally spoken out right right now I can't say for sure if this is like our first interview or anything like that because I you know it's been a long time and I don't speak Russian so so you know I don't know if you may have spoken to some Russian media in the past but as part of this much bigger exhaustive piece from the BBC and we we have links to it in the coast article so I highly recommend folks read ex is just one part of a huge piece on the outlaw pass the interview catchy on up to him in Nova she was twelve years old at the time of the incident and amazingly her brother is or was excuse me Igor D. outlaw the literal name sake for the D. outlaw past incident he led the group of hikers back in February of nineteen fifty nine to whatever their mysterious doom wise and I'm a huge student of this case huge fan of the story so when I saw this I it it completely blew my mind because I devoured all kinds of material on the D. outlaw path case in the past so to me was like I've never I can't believe this so without getting too deeply into it because I want folks to check it out you know she says that the Russian government really just told the may stop asking questions don't don't you never going to find out what happened here so just just him in but I'll just keep quiet and she's in those days and they told you shut up you would be silent but now she's obviously six decades later she's she's not quite harboring the same fears and she contends that it had to be something extraordinary she says because of it was just some kind of situation where a hike went wrong because of extreme weather conditions why did it worry the highest authorities in the country that's what she asks exactly yes and it's it's really it's it's a really riveting sort of take on the case because the you just don't think about the folks who were left behind and you know and he said he had to live with this for six decades wondering what happened to her brother account is sort of a movement in Russia now to assume the bodies of of the outlaw after the games for a fresh examination and she you know he is made by it but also you know she does it there's no other way to find the answers okay let's see what happens next so it's it's it's a really really riveting look at that the case and from a whole perspective that I had her before also in that is in that piece is a lot of interviews with other people who were around at the time yeah a guy who was like twelve years old lived in the village at the time and heard all the rumors that they had walked into wandered into some kind of weapons that's gone wrong that seems to be sure the scuttlebutt the opinion of the people who were there at the time so pretty pretty really remarkable stuff and I recommend it for folks who were into that very very very mysterious case sass needing great worked him I'll let you go to brush up on your Russian thank you very much Richard have a great weekend all right same to you Tim but all news editor of the coast to coast AM website Robert W. Sullivan the fourth is next to talk secret societies and symbolism in cinema welcome to the audio imaginary come on in weary traveler hang your clothes going to pick grab a stolen come gather round the fire there are stories to be told and you are among friends I'm Richard Serret sitting in for George Norian this is coast to coast AM what did you stay while one a new year's resolution that's easy to keep resolve to help protect your identity and personal info with LifeLock identity theft protection LifeLock alert you.

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"news editor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Michael close as a news editor fifties has turned herself in connection with a fatal hit run crash in LA's west Adams neighborhood security video shows the man killed on thanksgiving day was hit by three cars the body got lodged under the third police detective rhyme rentals as a driver kept going before pulling into a gas station about a mile down Adams Boulevard at some point in the gas stations in the video she gets out passenger which we believe might be a good parent child gets out the car looks like you have this is a human and that point issue just call no one that drivers been arrested police are still looking for the two others this report brought you by cutting dental group the city of LA set to raise its minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour on July first up from fourteen twenty five LA county's minimum wage going up from thirteen twenty five an hour to fourteen twenty five for large businesses from fourteen twenty five to fifteen even for small businesses with fewer than twenty five employees the change of place to several cities including Santa Monica Pasadena Malibu the state minimum wage is still twelve dollars an hour one person has died in a small plane crash in Maryland it happened yesterday afternoon in a suburban neighborhood near DC officials say the plane hit a home's carport and killed the pilot the only person on board the NTSB is looking into why the plane went down on the ground was hurt and NASA astronaut Christina coke has made history for the second time this year today is coaxed two hundred ninety eight consecutive day in space this breaks Peggy Woodson's old record of longest single space flight by a woman who took part in the first all female space walk back in October she an astronaut just a mere fixed a faulty battery unit she finds a venture backed outside two more times in January returns to earth and worry six check out a crash.

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"news editor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"So how are you guys tonight we got some special here I don't usually do Fridays I love doing fried SO fun with open lines and all these really cool things that happen on Friday like Friday the thirteenth and the full moon and temp on all temporal he's a news editor of coast to coast AM website you can go in there to yourself all the time and you may already know him the host and creator of the pioneering paranormal podcast but not all of America big stuff cool guy he now covers the paranormal beat for us he's writing most of the original article articles that you see there on the website and I love talking about those because I think we have like the best website all the information you want a coast coast AM dot com now every Friday he joins us and he has a round up of some of the most fascinating stories from the last week so Tim welcome back of course to coast to coast AM what has happened this week that is really like you know the things that you picked out a out of all the really cool stuff that's been happening crazy stuff Hey Connie it's good to talk to you finally we are all together this is awesome I love it good to hear you you get incredible broadcasting voice of course you know you've been doing this for a long time but still welcome good to work with yeah thank you very much I got to give you props for the colony on the road project you're doing is really outstanding stuff but I hope folks check that out I thank you mention quickly here I'm going to be on the road next bomb's gonna be heading down to Nashville for the strange realities conference on October nineteenth so folks one the Nashville area doubly want check it out to be quite the gathering to get find out about it strange realities conference dot com now tonight I really got a really interesting case of high strangeness for you Connie I know you're a big fan of that kind of thing this was in the newspaper out in.

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"news editor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM dot com Hey folks producer time here the other day I was on the web looking at the coast to coast AM store and all the amazing fun items that are available signature mugs for you coffee drinkers V. neck shirts for the ladies baseball caps bathrobes and more it got me thinking about where all these great items come from so with me now is Jeff Schwartz Jeff is the C. E. O. Schwartz promotions in the creator of all these neat merchandise Jeff how do you come up with all the ideas for the coast coast damn products Tom thanks for asking I try to come up with items that are both useful and fun and some of my ideas even come from coast listeners and what's really need is we have new products and promotions all the time and how long does it take for people to get their items we ship all orders in twenty four hours so they get to you in no time well there you go convenient shopping and shipping click to order your favorite item and it'll be on the way in no time these items are a must for any coast listener here's what listener Angelina has to say I can't tell you how many smiles I get from people when I wear my clothes because baseball cap I even got one to give it a birthday gift for a friend she loves it too and now it does look really stylish well there you go here's your chance to get that perfect gift for someone you love or maybe treat yourself and show everyone your member of the coast to coast family by sporting your favorite coast merchandise it's easy find the item you like click and it'll be in your hands before you know it jump on over the co store and check out what's available go now to coast to coast AM dot com that's coast to coast AM dot com.

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"news editor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on it floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? We've got some real wild stuff where you're George this week. Well, I guess we'll start with the Denver airport that's up in the number two spot in the carousel as you may know and made in the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the aluminum, body and aliens as sort of has a place in concert. Chrissy lower ever since it opened twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that. And in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years Denver airports leaned in to their reputation as a hub of conspiracy theory stuff. And so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks going to the coast website really dig this a lot it's in the number two spot. It's a gargoyles. They originally have these gargoyles statues there, so they took the goggles statues out and replace them with an animatronic version, a look alike that when people walk by it suddenly comes to life. Chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. The airport every month doing are beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely gotta check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog on the website. Sure thing. The other crazy story this week. They came up today. And so the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from taxes, she's on vacation in Iceland with her family, and she's out of a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg. This piece of is that looks like a throne and people are having their picture taken on it. So he goes and sits on it. And all of a sudden a wave comes and it shakes up the iceberg and breaks it free. Just a little piece ice breaks it free into the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is is the great picture that she wanted. That's in the number one spot when you click on the link and go the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating away. And we can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it, Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot George. Tim banal is our expert in our news.

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"news editor" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KGO 810

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on it floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? We've got some real wild stuff where you're George this week. Well, I guess we'll start with the Denver airport that's up in the number two spot in the carousel as you may know in may and the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the illuminating and reptilian aliens. It sort of has a place in. Conspiracy lore ever since it opened twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that. And in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years the Denver airport leaned in to their reputation as a hub of conspiracy theory stuff. And so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks going to the coast website really dig this a lot it's in the number two spot. It's gargoyles they originally have these gargoyles statues there, so they took the goggles daddy's out and replace them with an animatronic version, a look alike that when people walk by it suddenly comes to life. Chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. I met the airport every month doing are beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely gotta check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog. I will put upon the website. Sure thing. The other crazy story this week. They came up today. And it's so the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from Texas. He's on vacation in Iceland with a family, and she's out of a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg this piece of ice that looks like a throne and people having their picture taken on it. So he goes and sits on it. And all of a sudden wave comes and it shakes up the iceberg and breaks it free. Just a little piece ice breaks. It free is the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is the great picture that she wanted that's in the number one spot when you click the Lincoln to the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating away. Away. We can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it, Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot George. Tim banal is our expert in our news editor.

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"news editor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on it floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? We've got some real wild stuff for your Jewishness week. We'll start with the Denver airport. That's up the number two spot in the carousel as you may know in may and the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the aluminum and reptilian aliens it sort of has a place in conspiracy. Laura ever since it opened twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years the Denver airport leaned in to their reputation as a hub of conspiracy theory stuff. And so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks going to the coast website really dig this a lot it's in the number two spot. It's gargoyles they originally have these dog oil statues there, so they took the goggles statues out and replace them with an animatronic version, a look alike that when people walk by it suddenly comes to life. Chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. I the airport every month doing are beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely gotta check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog will put up on the website. Sure thing. The other crazy story this week. They came up today. And so the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from Texas, she's on vacation in Iceland with her family, and she's got a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg. This piece of ice that looks like a throne and people are having their picture taken on it. So he goes and sits on it. Then all of a sudden a wave comes and it shakes up the iceberg and breaks it free. Just a little piece ice breaks it free into the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is the great picture that you want it. That's in the number one spot when you click on the link and go to the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating away. We can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it, Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot George. Tim banal is our expert in our news.

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"news editor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on WTVN

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on it floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? Oh, we've got some real wild stuff where your George this week. Well, I guess we'll start with the Denver airport that's up in the number two spot in the carousel as you may know, and may and the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the aluminum and reptilian aliens, it sort of has a place in conspiracy lore. Ever since it opened twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years the Denver airport leaned in to their reputation as a hub of conspiracy theory stuff. And so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks going to the coast website really dig this a lot it's in the number two spot. It's gargoyles they originally have these dog oil statues there. So they took the guy goes statues out and replace them with an animatronic version, a look alike that when people walk by it suddenly comes to life. Chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. I meant the airport every month doing are beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely gotta check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog on the website. Sure thing the other crazy story this week. They came up today. And so the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from Texas, she's on vacation in Iceland with her family, and she's got a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg. This piece of ice that looks like a throne and people are having their picture taken on it. So he goes and sits on it. And all of a sudden wave comes and it shakes up the iceberg embrace it free. Just a little piece ice breaks it free into the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is the great picture that she wanted that's in the number one spot when you click the link and go to the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating away. We can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it, Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot George. Tim banal is our expert in our news.

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"news editor" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on it floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? We've got some real wild stuff for your George this week. Well, I guess we'll start with the Denver airport that's up in the number two spot in the carousel as you may know, and may and the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the aluminum and reptilian aliens it sort of has a place in conspiracy. Lore ever since it opened twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that. And in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years the Denver airport leaned in to their reputation as a hub of conspiracy theory stuff. And so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks going to the coast website really dig this a lot it's in the number two spot. It's gargoyles they originally have these dog oil statues there, so they took the goes daddy's out and replace them with an animatronic version, a look alike that when people walk by it suddenly comes to life. Chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. The airport every month doing are beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely gotta check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog on the website. Sure thing. The other crazy story this week. They came up today. And so the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from Texas, she's on vacation in Iceland with a family, and she's got a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg. This piece of ice that looks like a throne and people having their picture taken on it. So she goes and sits on it. Then all of a sudden the wave comes and it shakes up the iceberg and breaks it free. It's just a little piece ice breaks free into the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is the great picture that she wanted that's in the number one spot when you click on the link and go the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating someone. And we can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it, Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot George. Tim banal is our expert in our news.

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"news editor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on it floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? Oh, we've got some real wild stuff for your George this week. Well, I guess we'll start with the Denver airport that's up in the number two spot in the carousel as you may know in may and the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the aluminum body and reptilian aliens, it sort of has a place in conspiracy lore ever since it opened. Twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that. And in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years the Denver airport leaned in to their reputation as a hub of conspiracy theory stuff. And so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks going to the coast website really dig this a lot it's in the number two spot. It's a gargle. They originally have these oil statues there, so they took the goggles statues out and replace them with an animatronic version, a look alike that when people walk by it suddenly comes to life. Chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. I meant the airport every month doing our beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely gotta check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog will put up on the website. Sure thing. The other crazy story this week. They came up today, and it the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from Texas, she's on vacation in Iceland with a family, and she's out of a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg. This piece of ice that looks like a throne and people are having their picture taken on it. So she goes and sits on it. And all of a sudden a wave comes and it shakes up the iceberg and breaks it free just a little B's ice breaks. It free is in the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is the great picture that she wanted that's in the number one spot when you click the Lincoln goes to the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating away. We can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it, Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot George. Tim banal is our expert in our news.

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"news editor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on at floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? Oh, we've got some real wild stuff where you're George this week. Well, I guess we'll start with the Denver airport that's up in the number two spot in the carousel as you may know, and may and the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the aluminum body and reptilian aliens it sort of has a place in conspiracy. Lore ever since it opened twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years, the Denver airport leaned in to their reputation as a hubbub conspiracy theory stuff, and so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks are going to the coast website really dig this a lot it to the number two spot. It's a gargoyles. They originally have these gargoyles statues there, so they took the goggles daddy's out and replace them with an animatronic version, a look alike that when people want by it suddenly comes to life. Chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. I meant the airport every month doing are beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely gotta check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog will put up on the website. Sure thing. The other crazy story this week. They came up today. And so the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from Texas, she's on vacation in Iceland with a family, and she's out a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg. This piece of ice that looks like a throne and people having their picture taken on it. So she goes and sits on it. All of a sudden a wave comes and shakes up the iceberg and breaks it free. Just a little piece ice breaks free into the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is the great picture that she wanted that's in the number one spot when you click the link and go to the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating away. We can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it, Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot George. Tim banal is our expert in our news.

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"news editor" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Our news editor of coast to coast AM, our website is none other than the wonderful, Tim banal. And he's got some great stories posted up there right now, including an incredible story about an ice thrown. There's somebody on it floating away out to sea. And then the Denver airport doing some strange things Tim with gargoyles. What are they doing? Oh, we've got some real wild stuff for your George this week. Well, I guess we'll start with the Denver airport that's up in the number two spot in the carousel as you may know and made the coast mate listeners may now Denver airport has sort of this reputation as being an alleged hub before the aluminum body, and rep Kilian aliens sort of has a place in conspiracy lore ever since it opened. Twenty five years ago, and I was always sort of urban legend and stuff like that. And in joke among people that work there. But in the last few years the Denver airport leaned in to their reputation as a hub of conspiracy theory stuff. And so they've done a bunch of different things over the last few years, but the most recent one and the folks are going to the coast website really dig a lot. It's the number two spot. It's gargoyles they originally have these dog oil statues there, so they took the statues out and replace them with an animatronic version, look alike that when people walk by it suddenly comes to life chatting them up. Yeah. Yeah. At the airport every month doing our beyond belief shows. So I can't wait to look for this thing. Oh nice. Yeah. You definitely got check it out. I want you should get a picture next to the talking dog. I will put up on the website. Sure thing the other crazy story this week. They came up today. And so the number one spot at the website. I was completely blown away by this one. Luckily, it has a happy ending this woman from Texas, she's on vacation in Iceland with a family, and she's got a popular beach. And she sees this this iceberg. This piece of ice that looks like a throne and people having their picture taken on it. So she goes and sits on it. And all of a sudden wave comes and it shakes up the iceberg and breaks it free. It's just a little piece ice breaks. It free is the water, and she starts to float away. And you can see the first picture, which which is the great picture that she wanted that's in the number one spot when you click the link and go the article scroll down you can see her slowly floating away. We can all kind of laugh about it. Now. I love it. Keep doing it. Tim. Thanks. Thanks a lot. George timber is our expert in our news, editor.

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"news editor" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"news editor" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"On those kinds of ads or and with technology. It makes things easier for one at least my experience one person to do many things like one week. I was able to do three different stories in just one week. Getting all like nine interviews. Yeah. Just just three separate stories. This was as the news editor of the local college paper. Yeah. Yeah. Which which is above and beyond, but I was a real newspaper, right? Because subsidize I mean, it's real as it is physical. It's a real thing that gets printed. But it's not in the marketplace doesn't exist. It's like advertising. I it's it's like I mean, it is treated as a class, and it's a way to teach. It's like a teaching moments, but it works as a real newsroom does work. Sure. Sure for a teaching purposes, but it's not funded in the way, a new room is funded. Right. They don't have to sell ads if there's no ad in any issue. This year. It won't be the end are important for the budget. But they don't have right. There's more on the way here in moments. We'll talk about what magazines are desperately trying to stay relevant. We'll explain coming up from the first letter of captain Mark history is full of flowery documents claiming to limit the power of the crown, but these poetic social contracts have been impotent to prevent the predation limited government is a lie. They use to keep us submissive. The crown cannot be trusted to abide by founding charters, nor its treaties nor even its own rules. The essence of the crown is centralized violence, and I've had enough. That's why I raised my black banner. I am. No revolutionary. My aim is not to. Reset the cycle of violence, but to break it. My aim is an evolved society invisible to the crown not a new hierarchy, but decentralized networks with no central figure for the crown the target if you want your survival life keep it, but we will not submit to the.

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