36 Burst results for "Newsweek"

Media Can't Discredit Jennifer Van Laar if the Chinese Government Can't Prove They Have Dong Jingwei

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 5 hrs ago

Media Can't Discredit Jennifer Van Laar if the Chinese Government Can't Prove They Have Dong Jingwei

"It is very easy Jennifer to prove bona fide he's here. If the Chinese government has damaging way, then just put out a video and the people trying to discredit you. It's hilarious. They're putting out these pieces. Like one of them. I see a Newsweek which really isn't trying to discredit but wrote a piece they say Hey, listen, um, the Chinese Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission said Don Jingwei gave a speech Friday in China, but they wouldn't say we're the talk took place. Hilariously. This is great. They didn't include a picture of him or other parties. Depends. I mean, if this is a really lame effort, if you're going to prove bona fide, is, is it not Live very lame. And that same author? I just read that piece before we came on the air said that this put those rumors to rest. Okay, Right? I mean, how hard would this be to do? All you'd have to do is what they have the guy doing. Hello, Video on Twitter Man. It's not hard like it would be picked up tomorrow morning. And given the sophistication of their intelligence operation, I find it hard to believe that they can't figure out a way. To locate this guy. I mean, it's only the world's largest surveillance state. That doesn't make any sense. I'm sure it doesn't make any sense to you either. No. I mean, I would have at least expected a really bad Photoshop by now, Like with him holding up are sitting at a computer with my story in front of it. You know, I'm sure they have Photoshop capabilities, right? Someone who looks like him, Eddie. I mean, it's really try to fake it. I mean, like you said, this is almost, you know, semi confirmation of your sources account of events that the Chinese government like no, no, no worries. Jennifer. He's here. Well, where is he? We don't know. He gave a speech somewhere. We don't know We haven't. We haven't pinpointed the location. Do you have a picture? No. No pictures, either. It was just a speech on something somewhere about something. No photos, no evidence. What's there? I mean, it's It's really insane to think about it that way. But I don't think they've done a good job at this

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Chinese Government Claims Spy Dong Jingwei Gave Speech in China Last Week

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 5 hrs ago

Chinese Government Claims Spy Dong Jingwei Gave Speech in China Last Week

"According to this report, and gave them the mother lode of information. So why can't we get a straight answer Anonymous officials from the Biden administration say no, No, we don't have him. This is totally not true Chinese government saying We don't have them yet. Nobody seems to want to go on the record and say We don't have them. Say. Well, the Chinese government went on the record. They said We don't have. Yes, they did. Let me read to you the story. So then why are you going on on? No, No, no, no, no, no. The Chinese government went on the record saying we have him. Back in China in a very odd and strange way. Check this out story in Newsweek. June 22nd 2021. Oh, look, That's yesterday. I lose track of time. John Fang. Headline Who is Don Jingwei, The alleged Chinese defectors. Disappearance is shrouded in mystery. Oh, it sure is. We don't know if he defected or not. It says. Listen, 24 hours if the dog's name was revealed on June 17th and the rumors began circulating in Chinese language news sites in the US and beyond. China's Ministry of State Security announced that Don had made a recent appearance at a counter intelligence seminars. All right back in China. No big deal. It goes on. During the talk last Friday, Don Jingwei reportedly told intelligence officers to be aware of infiltration tactics and espionage by foreign actors. That's convenient topic in particular, dong mourned officials of insiders. We were colluding with foreign intelligence agencies to conduct anti China activities. Folks. If you're confused, you should be. That's why I opened up the show, saying where in Hades is Dongjiang Way? Is he in the United States giving up the information or is he back in China? Like the Chinese government's telling us he is, they said he's there, They said

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Fresh update on "newsweek" discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

00:40 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "newsweek" discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"You're you're learning. You're adapting to all life dustin but we are not just any kind of life wherever each particular twist a flight. So that's number. Two number two is we are imbued with this capacity to choose so we are we get to choose custody. Not just alive but also adapting consciously and the third pillar is this bit of a consciousness. So we're life that gets to choose. It has a capacity to choose a different path. And if we can exercise consciously than we get to create consciously not just automatic. The doesn't make sense so far and then blur number. Four is about where we choose from because if we are just choosing in terms of what we have in autopilot the things we were told us kids that were supposed to be doing the things that we learned from media and so on than we are living someone else's life so bitter number four is about knowing yourself in authenticity. Incomplete self honesty situated. Way that you can choose things consciously that allow you to thrive and i will say i. I feel social. Media is one of the biggest shadows are the biggest things casting a shadow on that pillar in in a sense to where so many people just look to be accepted by a bunch of fucking numbers. Really you don't know have you. Don't almost no anybody that you talked on social media these days and like the desires the those people's acceptance or they're they're like they they you just need some type of information from Is absolutely mind. Boggling demanded it looks like we are Outsourcing are worth yeah. That's a good way to put it. Yeah it's exactly what it is going from. It was really powerful and a pause from the pillars backtrack. The twenty eleven. When i recognize my sense of purpose when i said i want to become change. Meager and blah blah blah in the world sets the fuck down and learn about yourself a few months later. I had to break up with a girlfriend and it was an important break-up because it meant To be truthful about how. I was feeling about this relationship and it wasn't just about breaking up. It was about breaking up right with honesty. Because it wasn't just it's not you. It's me okay. You did this this this which is a reflection of how badly you are the relationship but it's also a reflection of how you don't love yourself so for me having this moment in ten years ago. June twenty eleven. This moment of. Wow now i understand why. I've been sleeping around and being honest and learning about being a pickup artist and all these things is because i don't love myself enough period and for me it was such a powerful thing 'cause Since i was a child i was super like was a misfit among misfits and i grew up in this way and i tried to reach out to to build and to know how to become a friend and a girl and say this just a boyfriend or a son. A brother like their roles you play in society and i was struggling to find my place. Newsweek helped a lot. But one of the things that we at a point in time. When i was seventeen like a boost of confidence was learning about like pickup partisan seduction blah blah blah. Which was at that time useful because it gave me a lot of tools Social dynamics. But as i went along i stop being myself and just became this like mask over mask over mask over mask of social dishonesty and so my friendships were based on this falsehoods. Might relationship was based on that night. Just lost track of what the were the mask began in. My face ended so that women in twenty seven was a powerful breaking point of south Rediscovered wow this is hurt in the wound that i've been carrying for so long and so now that i see it. I get to choose consciously. Going back to the pillars choose consciously who i wanna be now like how do i live. Is this the way that makes me feel good about myself. And i realized that it sucked. And i didn't feel good with myself because i wanted to be up lifter and i also didn't feel good because i wasn't either uplifting myself for the other people that it was around. So what i've discovered in this is the actual fountain of youth thing that you are listening to the beginning. Is that when you live. A life of self honesty in alignment datura that Kazan you were just in this constant replenishing of energy like people say how the hell you do all these things that you're doing you're thirty three and you've done all these things and i often don't have a clue as to how i get through my day with those infinite like things to do like schedules but somehow things happen. And somehow i haven't imploded or burnt out. And i know that it's because i am listening to myself into this inner guidance system that says because you choose a life of honesty self authenticity than all the promptness breakage. You're gonna get we're gonna guide you to places and you're constantly being replenished. You're always have failed to keep going speed. Signed a lot better than crack your own crack. Should i mean. I say again because i can't transit enough. It's great having you here to talk about these kind of things and spread this awareness. Because i mean really we kind of need to get you like a world stage and broadcast live on to people. I would be really fun. So i i would love to to provide a counterpoint to the tony robbins of the world up to the i mean i have a very personal opinion to those things in its life feel that that can offer process leads you away from that self often dissident it becomes like you you acquire the tony robbins mask and it gives you a superpower it power you up bill so it's not you it's not true at you and so.

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Interview With Brad Stone, Author of Amazon Unbound

The Voicebot Podcast

02:04 min | 3 d ago

Interview With Brad Stone, Author of Amazon Unbound

"Brad stone. Welcome to the voice podcast hybrid. Thanks for having me all right. So i'm excited to talk to you about the topic of the day alexa and that story. Which is in your newest book amazon unbound but before we get into that you probably talk about what you do because being an amazon chronicler is sort of a side job for you. Why don't you introduce yourself to the audience and let them know what your day to day job is and maybe how lead you to this. Nice little side gig side-hustle For amazon yeah I my day. Job is running the technology team at bloomberg Were about sixty technology. Journalists around the world covering the big tech companies startups venture capitalists cybersecurity companies and hacks and. I've covered silicon valley for about twenty years and And that is how i. I can't cover amazon To become a bazo solid gist as i. I sort of feel like increasingly discipline. All of its own studying the the wealth and the power and the and the moves of jeff bezos. I was covering amazon for the new york. Jeff bezos the astronaut. Exactly right his the app Was covering amazon for the new york times in the mid two thousand. And that's when well actually even before that. I was covering amazon for newsweek magazine. In the late ninety s and that's when i first interviewed basis and then and then covered the company for the new york times and that led me into the first book. The everything store data you go back all the way to the henry. Blodget era talking about amazon at four hundred That sanctions against him for. I believe it was that it might have been one of his other reports but It turned out to be a significant Understatement that's right. Yeah even even the bull cases for amazon back then were were corrected just took a very long time for them to be realized.

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SEC Chair Gary Gensler Plans 'Woke' Corporate Disclosure Rules

Mark Levin

03:14 min | Last week

SEC Chair Gary Gensler Plans 'Woke' Corporate Disclosure Rules

"Charlie. I don't know that we've ever spoken. If we did. It was a long time ago. How are you? It's a huge honor and pleasure, Mark. We did speak. You had me out for a book I wrote back in 2000 and three when I was at Newsweek magazine believe. Oh, my God. Well, let me say this. It's a real pleasure. You're a real serious reporter and you do your work and You broke a story today that caught my ear. And I'd like you to explain who is Gary Gansler. And what is he doing? Gary Gensler is a longtime fixture on Wall Street, essentially the revolving door between Wall Street and Washington in the sort of he worked at Goldman Sachs. He worked in the Obama administration, and he worked at the end. I think he worked in the Clinton administration, so he's been going back and forth. He's pretty rich. She was a partner at Goldman Sachs. Now he's the head of Wall Street's top cop, the Securities and Exchange Commission. Um, and he's doing something really interesting now over the years. Gary Gensler has more from sort of a Clinton Democrat into, I guess the best way to put it as an Elizabeth Warren Democrat. He's extremely woke extremely progressive. And he has some extreme ideas of how he wants Corporate America to act. He wants corporate America to adopt extreme woke. Policies he wants. Essentially every company to environment embrace environmental standards. He wants every company to have quote unquote diverse boards and diverse workforces, and he he wants to use government as the lever to do that, and he's doing that right now. At the Securities Exchange Commission. Because the Security Exchange Commission has enormous power over corporate America. It basically can mandate what they do and how they do it, and it could do that through a lot of different levers enforcement actions. In this case, what he's doing is he's proposing rules. And those rules will be passed by the Securities Exchange Commission, which is majority Democrat now, so he's going to ram them through without any without any Republican voice, And these are rules that essentially forced companies. To be more woke in certain areas in in terms of environmental issues in terms of board diversity, they will have to disclose those that their diversity have what they're doing for the environment. And when they do that, obviously, it's going to be a an object where the mainstream media is going to weigh in and say, Look at this company. Company. X is not his woke his company wide. They're not doing as much here than not doing as much there. Uh And I guess the bottom line is this. Listen, you may believe in these policies if you're liberal, if you're a free market capitalist like me, I care about the bottom line, to be honest with you, But if you're a shareholder, you really should be caring about the bottom line. These are not bottom line issues, and they Feed the S E. C s mandate. If you read the mandate, which is to make the markets safe, poor investors to make sure companies disclose stuff that investors care about for too wet to to weigh whether they should Invest in the stock or not. I mean, this is politicizing companies and corporate disclosure to a level that we've never seen before, and he's doing it. He proposed these rules and they

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Dogecoin Spikes 400% in a Week

The Breakdown with NLW

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Dogecoin Spikes 400% in a Week

"Discuss why we're talking about does coin in a bull market. Sometimes numbers go up in a way that no matter what you think about an asset. You have to ask why or at least if you don't ask why others will. Let's take a quick survey of headlines about doj from just this morning. Cnbc says does coin spikes four hundred percent of a week. Stoking fears of a cryptocurrency bubble. Cnn says does coin price soars more than one hundred percent to new record. after elon. musk business insider does coin. Price rally extends to five hundred and twenty percent over past week on tweet coin base. Newsweek says exclusive does coin investor becomes millionaire after putting life savings and demean crypto benzinga investors in disbelief as doj becomes top five crypto with forty seven billion dollar market cap. And then there's usa today not a joke anymore. Does coins surges above thirty

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The Rock seems serious about bid for president

Z Morning Zoo

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

The Rock seems serious about bid for president

"To start thinking seriously about the rock as a presidential candidate. He put something on Instagram over the weekend. It was a Newsweek poll as it 46% of people want the rock to run for president and he quoted underneath, the caption said It would be an honor to be your six FT. Four bald, tattooed half black, half Samoan. Tequila drinking pickup truck driving Fanny pack wearing president. It would be awesome to have the Rockets with other countries would look at us and go, man. Let's not make him mad. That's one thing I think. Yeah, but the other also they would look at us A good man. America's so cool. The rock is their president, You know you really have like a legit star. As the

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How To Think Like a Breadwinner with Jennifer Barrett

How to Money

02:09 min | 2 months ago

How To Think Like a Breadwinner with Jennifer Barrett

"We are excited for conversation today. With jennifer barrett's jennifer is a long time financial journalist and she has written for publications like the new york times Wall street journal money as well as newsweek. She is she's prolific as she seemingly everywhere. She's hosted popular personal finance video. Course on mutiny. Talk on the importance of wealth-building she's also appeared on many tv shows as well and as impressive as all that is she also has a new book that just came out That's titled think like a breadwinner which is all about empowering women who want to earn more money so this is going to be a helpful episode for everybody but especially for the working woman so jennifer. Thank you for joining us on the podcast today. Thanks so much for having excited to be here. I really love your podcast. Thanks jennifer and we're glad to have you here with us. And matt we were talking with jennifer before we began the show and jennifer mentioned that she loved crappier. So yeah. we're we're drinking a banana cream pie style. Bureau the show right now while we what we have this combo but matinee. We always drink a craft beer on our episodes. Because it's something that we love is something that we splurge on also being intentional and trying to save well for the future so we want to know from you. What's your craft beer equivalent. Oh it is craft beer. I love it is one one exact same thing. Yes i was just thinking that we could spend an entire episode is geeking out on beers. I am total beer geek. In fact i am looking. I'm not drinking just yet today. But i just splurge on a four pack of mckellar limited series. Yes very good and brewed with beer. Love them we're also very close to which my gosh dangerous because you're in brooklyn urging walking distance from other half and they have some amazing beers. I probably don't need to tell you. I was just thinking they have on called banana pandemic which you might like as part of their pastry series anyway. It's very easy to drop twenty twenty five dollars on a four pack to ease. It's worse than four beers

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Facebooks Australian News Blackout

The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

09:15 min | 4 months ago

Facebooks Australian News Blackout

"We're gonna stop me on the side of the world We've news or rather the lack of news on facebook in australia uses. There can no longer cheryl read news articles from australian or international publishers in a row over proposed legislation from the australian government. Alex hold my hand here. What is going on in two thousand eighteen. The australian government regulator lotion inquiry into impact. Face what we're having on competition particularly around advertising and they found that there was imbalance of power between tech firms and the media and they recommended a code of conduct. That was very long complicated. But essentially it meant that they were gonna get share advertising revenue. Or there's going to be some sort of deal struck between those platforms. Giggle went okay and started making deals news. Koa is probably the biggest one and facebook is just pulled all of the australian new sites off its platform as a sort of nuclear option and basically said well. We've done what you asked. What do you want to do now. And it's almost felt like an empty threat when threatened to do it last year. Now it's real ever all they really did mean and that's a surprise you know. Isn't it clearly just abandoning the best. I think the most interesting thing. It's the perfect storm with australia. Because there are big enough country that that it's significant around the world. Everyone's watching to see what comes out of this. But the people in the world understands what precisely and but they're still not in the top twenty countries a facebook users so business of apps article said that australia's population twenty four male. So even if everybody in australia was facebook using adult they would still only reached nineteenth place of most popular facebook countries regardless of the politics. Heavy steve it just isn't good. Pr for facebook is it. And then i must have made the decision that it doesn't matter that is bad. Pr but i mean for one thing but extensively refusing to pay nominal tax you know despite being one of the world's biggest companies and for another thing when the middle of pandemic and that turning off news to an aging demographic who using service. You might want to know where they vaccines are at. I think when the period of time where the hall of this kind of disinformation machinery during the presidential election the criticism of getting rather just pull out completely out of australia doesn't send a good message to uses. All united see news. App is trying to get factually promptly check journalists and now it just smacks The valley it signed by. Maybe perhaps google is by by playing ball a little bit more with the content providers. I think in this convenient this information east of you want facebook to be really kind of suppose could quality journalism given alex is essentially while we're different to google search engines because publishes willingly upload their content to us and so they volunteering the information to us and why should we pay them to provide them with the platform. But it's not really true. I mean don't you have to basically have your content on facebook. I three years ago. You definitely did. i think. Now it's a case of across all publishers. Most of publishers facebook traffic will come from users sharing their stories to their own pages so they won't come from the brand themselves and so the bruns choices to publish that story. But it's not to publish on facebook necessarily. It's the question of whether or not then. Publishers have benefited by having face because platform so so particularly in all the users all the users go to facebook and then they click through for news rather than going to a new site for news which is something that the entire news industry is desperately trying to change. Probably new york times to the front of that bbc and the daily mail been leading on that for a while so the question is should facebook pay when people prefer platform to a news homepage. And that's difficult. All depends on whether or not publishers need. Facebook more than facebook. Needs publishes and i do not know the answer to that question also opposed goes to the heart of the origins of the open web. Doesn't it steve. Because the whole point of the way that the world wide web was built walls you can always linked to something for free. You can refer someone to something for free. That's not the same as publishing. That's how wikipedia works that's how other sites that are the facts about this work. Some applies in the state. Okay off the bolted. But i think we'll be interested to find out if that kind of sliding mole Content makers these big platforms whether that does really benefit that does is it going to increase the goss. Subscriptions by being late to secure gle by having that league that click from facebook. Is it going gonna financially benefit the middle lousy probably fund that journalism but also like who's getting the money and that's the other thing isn't it. Do we say in the case of google. You're saying google play pool. I mean that's true. That was a threat. Basically from being wasn't disable we'll pay in that kind of seemed to them a little bit. But do you say great. Journalism is being properly funded by google. Because they're going to give some money to news corp every time you click the link or do you say oh sorry open web. It was nice while it lasted but actually turns out we promote it was going to get the money anyway. The idea of the open wipe is tricky in anyway because as increasingly more sites are finding out a subscription model is is a way to have more stable income rather than appetizing income. Once it got a discussion there is no right. Answer that both valid but when it comes to how you fund journalism which journalism you decide is worthy of funding is stuff that is well read worthy of funding or is it only meaningful investigations. Take six months and nobody reads. Is that the sort of stuff. You should be funding. And who draws the line and where is that line drawn about what is worthy journalism. And what is just stuff that you found out that you're writing about and both valid like says it takes sports. Journalism is that valid journalism. And should that be funded. Is that less or more worth than a quick story about somebody who's been defrauded. It's a difficult thing about whether you make that judgment. The same as every publications editor is the story. Worthy should be a newsweek story. Is a bbc stories at wherever story. How do you workout. How you fund those things if you're a third party platform but also another reason that it seems that google have stumped up now as an an onion australia but the presumption is this might roll out elsewhere as well obviously is that they're launching. Google news showcase which is a new product isn't it. I think you need to google news app to see in the uk. So i haven't have you and also as a publisher as an editor. Does he really did these. Things really actually make any different. I mean how many links referrals do you get from sites like that and apple news really. I'm going to speak very vaguely about the level of traffic. That person's gusty. I think is the price of talking to say. I would puglia shame. The news traffic is significant across globally. So that it's it's not an insignificant patriot figures when you talk about the level of loyalty brings the branding. That's more difficult question. And there are no clear answers on that but take facebook facebook as you start. It's news initiative so announced the already launched in the us but announces launching in the uk. The next few weeks of that that plans to pay news publishers to be partnered with facebook so that that type of model is beginning already and we know that. Facebook and google provide huge amounts of traffic to publishers across the world. The ones where there're affiliate content and have been around for a while so we know so flipboard poker apple news. Are they actually significant. There's a user. They don't seem to me to be at yes that Flipboard is still flipboard user. Bases shrunk over the recent years because of google's controversial push towards its an platforms above flip boat but they are still all big traffic drivers. And if you're looking full patriots all of those are valid and can drive millions of patriot. Each month i think so once you get into the real multinational website so much sites. It's less of a percentage for this sites that that could be a huge jump in traffic. That could be thirty. Forty percent and on the smaller sites steve. A you mentioned misinformation an arguably. Actually if you've got kind of legit sources adding revenue for placement on sites like google. It away you can be sure about the quality of the journalism but at the same time you end up with a which is why the web existed you end up with that. A two lane highway. Don't you wear the smaller players and never given the prominence of the big players and it's actually harder to combat. Political narrative will propaganda that way than it would be otherwise it yet. I i suppose that's why you need to look a look at these other platforms. That are kind of imagine like capacity people having the different compensations. What you might get some full sensitive information beth. I wonder if that to access journalism days is always going to exist in some full and the people he won't say will find it but that he wants incentivized Look beyond really manny while they were

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Large Oregon eviction protest stretches into 3rd day

Ben Shapiro

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Large Oregon eviction protest stretches into 3rd day

"Portland, Oregon Mayor Ted Wheeler sent the city's police force to a victim New autonomous Zone that cropped up around an anti eviction protest on Tuesday, reversing a month long policy of tolerating ongoing demonstrations even when they turn violent. Protesters have been camping out for months to prevent the eviction of the Kennedy family. On Tuesday morning, tensions escalated protesters used fences and barricade set up by law enforcement officials to surround the home, which has been renamed the Red House on Mississippi due to its location. One Mississippi Avenue, according to Newsweek. Videos of the autonomous Don't appeared on Twitter, showing a shanty town made of cardboard boxes and pilfered public fencing with warning signs posted on the outside reports indicated that a few dozen protesters plan to take up residence in the autonomous zone surrounding the right house. Family $100,000 on the home. The bank foreclosed protesters believe that the family should not be forced out during a pandemic and that the bank was seeking a swifter eviction because the property next to the home recently sold for more than seven figures when the city refused to honor protestors demands they organized their autonomous zone like Chazz Shop in Seattle. And even this was a little too humiliating for it. Mayor Ted Wheeler. So he authorized Portland police to break the thing up shortly before 5 A.m. on Wednesday morning, the Portland police and won't know me. Multnomah County Sheriff began their property mission reclaiming the land on which protesters had set up the autonomous zone. He said it was not simply a protest that were dismantling. Apparently there was a stockpile of weapons and the presence of firearms, According Portland police chief Chuck Leavell says We're aware of the threat to the community to media into police. We've seen the attacks. The Portland police will enforce the law and use force, if necessary to restore order to the neighborhood. Well, I'm glad they finally realized that there was one bridge that was too far for them. You literally have to get to the point for Democrats of threatening violence before people like, Oh, maybe this. Maybe this person shouldn't be like a mainstream part of our coalition. Get

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NBA set to come back Dec. 22 for 72-game season

Ben Maller

00:16 sec | 8 months ago

NBA set to come back Dec. 22 for 72-game season

"And the Newsweek the players you have agreed to start 2020 21 season on December 22nd with 72 game skid was well agreeing to an amended collective bargaining agreement. Deal calls for Free agency to begin at 6 P.m. Eastern on Friday, November 20th. That's two days after Next week's end a

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Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:32 min | 8 months ago

Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

"Already, one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. Chris, introduce yourself a what's going on. Dwayne, thanks for having me on this show. My name is Chris Obviously. As DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. coast. Of Canada a right. So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. Loved it. I thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. You, know I played sports I had I. You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. But I was constantly complaining about how they're. I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. So at early age, you know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. I found right away. The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But the most willing to go back out and do it again, and that's sad as powerless as it gets. When you know I, just I hate doing it but right away, I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. So I started smoking pot to in addition to the alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. So that was a big part of as wall. I struggled with social anxiety as well, and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, and so this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and through all this I found a love for hip hop music. I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was lyrically the average hip hop. Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. Other Genre Newsweek, and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. It didn't matter what it was. Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and having been expelled. There were two things. One was positive. It was the music and one was negative. It was the substance abuse

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Bringing Health Policy to the Forefront with Susan Dentzer

The WoMed

04:01 min | 9 months ago

Bringing Health Policy to the Forefront with Susan Dentzer

"Great, Good Morning Susan Welcome to the woman. Thank you so much for making the time to speak with me today. It's great to be with you Daniel. Thanks so much for those of you who don't know, Susan Denser is while she was a health corespondent for P. B. S. for a decade correct that's right. What I'll lead you to that field I mean not I my old co-host. That's her ultimate goal is to be like a health corespondent and she's a nurse practitioner see she's her brain is amazing so. That's great. Well, it was all along time a print journalist. Came up through the ranks at A. Some some. Publications that used to be pretty big deals back in the day they kind of faded from glory. Magazine I ever Newsweek. I, was. Writer of business news for many years in Newsweek I was among other things the Wall Street correspondent. And I, a actually was covering economic policy. And one day my editor through me story that really was about for profit hospital companies. And I started reporting this story. It was not something I had previously and I stumbled into the fact that there were some major health policy changes of them. Watch that we're going to potentially affect the fortunes of this these companies. And One thing led to another and I said, you know there's this really interesting area of. Healthcare. That is a kind of a business. The first time I had ever thought of health care as having a business aspect to it, but obviously did it had for many years? and. As you know that was long ago So healthcare at the time I WANNA say probably about seven percent of the gross domestic product was pretty small. Of course, it's. Almost, eighteen percent of a much much larger economy. So this aspect of healthcare has if anything only boomed massively since then but as that was starting to happen back in the eighties I said, you know this is really interesting stuff. There's almost nobody eat reporting writing about it, which is hard to believe now, but it was true bad. Yeah and I said, I think I'm just GonNa Start Finding learning as much as I can about this. So a dead I spent several years. Still at Newsweek, writing more and more about healthcare and health policy I went up to Harvard on journalism, fellowship, and spent at year pretty much devoted to learning more about healthcare and health policy. Then I moved down to Washington. And became the chief economics. At US News and World Report. With the deal that I could devote a lot of my time to writing about health care help policy and like so I covered many of the major major health. Policy. Fights, really battles of that of that era and then. When I went to the PBS Newshour in Nineteen Ninety Eight, it was to create the First Health Policy Unit that the that the Newshour had ever had. Devoted specifically to help policy. And then when I got there, it turned out that That was not just going to be a job cover health policy was going to be essentially everything that had to do with health and healthcare. Ross our desk so I ended up. Really is the full fully functioning on Air Health Correspondence or the Newshour for ten years was then wooed away to become the editor in chief of the. Leading. Health Policy Journal the Era Health? Affairs. And So I did that for five years and got even deeper policy as a consequence of that.

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Monkey-Fighting Grannies with Airsoft Guns

Kottke Ride Home

01:25 min | 10 months ago

Monkey-Fighting Grannies with Airsoft Guns

"If you want some real world heroes to celebrate look no further than the self-declared monkey busters of Japan three elderly women armed with air soft guns, keeping monkeys away from their villages crops. The monkeys have been a big problem in the prefecture of Fukui where the women live destroying fruits and vegetables grown by the residence for the past five years. This past spring, the local government hosted a class to teach residents how to get rid of the monkees. All three women took the class and have now taken it upon themselves to control the situation in their village of Keishi town. Report saying that the three are so dedicated that they often drop everything in order to scare a monkey with their air soft guns when needed frequently appearing still in their aprons. Which they don for a photo shoot with a Japanese newspaper creating photos that looked like the coolest Charlie's angels reboot ever one of the women seventy four year old Masako Moorer her husband told the newspaper quote. There are many elderly people in the Miami area and the cultivation of fields is indispensable for health and vitality. It is necessary for the area to continue working together in the future and quotes. Interestingly Newsweek reports that a similar invasive monkey problem exists in a village in India where locals of taken to dressing up in a bear costume intern to scare away the monkees all these creative problem solvers out there. You'll love to see it.

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Los Angeles County church set to defy court order, hold indoor service

Dr. Wendy Walsh

00:16 sec | 11 months ago

Los Angeles County church set to defy court order, hold indoor service

"Today in defiance of a court order. California Court of Appeals set aside a lower court ordered yesterday that would have allowed endorse services at Grace Community Church. The appellate court ruling temporarily halt indoor services. A hearing is set for September 4th, and Newsweek is apologizing for running an opinion

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Newsweek apologizes for op-ed questioning Harris birthright

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Newsweek apologizes for op-ed questioning Harris birthright

"Newsweek is apologizing for an op ed that used a false and racist conspiracy theory to question senator Kamilla Harris is citizenship and her eligibility to be Joe Biden's running mate the op ed was written by John Eastman a conservative attorney who argues that the U. S. constitution doesn't grant birthright citizenship in the essay he tries to sow doubt about Kamilla Harris is eligibility based on her parent's immigration status but he spends theory is false while Harris's mother was born in India and her father in Jamaica she was born in Oakland California and is eligible for both the vice presidency and presidency under the constitutional requirements lawyers say the issue is not even considered complex in an editor's note Newsweek says it failed to anticipate how the essay would be interpreted distorted and weaponized he says it's now being used by some as a tool to perpetuate racism and xenophobia despite Newsweek's apology the off head remains online Ben Thomas Washington

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Europe's coronavirus resurgence: Are countries ready to prevent a 'second wave'?

Ben Shapiro

04:19 min | 11 months ago

Europe's coronavirus resurgence: Are countries ready to prevent a 'second wave'?

"According to the UK Daily Mail. Second wave is striking EUROPE, Spain reintroduces lock down Greece's He's worrying rising cases. The virus is more active in Germany amid warnings friends could quote lose control at any moment. According to the UK Daily Mail. A second wave of covert 19 appears to be striking Europe, forcing Spain to reimpose lockdowns in case is speaking to a three month high in Greece. Head of Germany's doctors union has declared the country is already in the midst of the second wave because people have flouted social distancing rules. Well, this is perfectly predictable. You can't people keep people locked down forever. For literally years in time. It's not a thing that you could dio instead, you're going to have to at some point allow people who are young and healthy to go out there, and if they get it, they get it. That is fact what Sweden is doing in Sweden, which remember until five minutes ago was the bad guy. Sweden has basically flattened her. It looks like Sweden may have reached her immunity is what it actually looks like. Meanwhile, in other countries, they got a problem. In fact it it seems pretty obvious what's happening here. Italy has not seen a second object. Why hasn't Italy Tina? Second uptick because they got nailed. Basically, here's the rule If it burned three population maybe you're done. It is not burned through your population. You probably are not done. Spain's 8500 cases over the weekend and all inclusive resort in Majorca was shut down. Two towns north of Madrid has been put under strict lock down as well. Finland today announced plans to reintroduce recommendations to work from home whenever possible. By August 1st, Finland's cases had risen by more than 300% in two weeks. That run understands us that governor of Florida can't believe. Also governor of Finland Donald Trump, obviously blowing it over in Finland is blowing it over in France as well. Authorities in France grappling with a sharp increase in fresh cases, which has seen more than 7002 infections within the last week. As well as a rise in the number of people being treated for covert 19 in the I C U Around 1200 cases are being reported for day. Two weeks ago, he rolling average with 719. Meanwhile, in Germany, they're seeing an uptick as well. Some 730 cases have been reported each day on average this week against the 460 being recorded her day about two weeks ago. So the second wave is, in fact hitting Europe. It really is kind of the first wife. It really is more the 1st 1 because the first wave Basically just got a little bit squished. And delayed Basically, everything just got delayed. Meanwhile, Sweden seems to be coming out the other end of this. According to Newsweek. As of Sunday, the latest death rate in Sweden for 100,000 people was reported to be 56.4 figure is lower than that reported in the U. K 69.6, Spain 16.8 and Italy, according to the latest report Sunday by Johns Hopkins University. The UK currently has the world's 4th 4th highest death toll Spain in Italy, where the former to European countries hit worse by the outbreak. Sweden's latest case fatality ratio proportion of deaths compared total cases was reported to be about 7.1% and figure is more than half the percentage reported in the UK, half that of Italy in Belgium and nearly half that of France. The reason being that a lot of young people are getting it in Sweden, and he's burned through some of the young population and now they're basically done. Sweden's 70 rolling average daily new cases has been mostly declining since as far back as April 16th when the average was in 99. The average dropped it to two average daily new deaths on August 2nd, according to world Ometer. New infections for 100,000 people in Sweden reported in the past 14 days has dropped from 46% compared to that reported in the 14 days prior. Meanwhile, Spain, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, each spiking between 58 206% in new cases. New cases in Denmark, Norway and Finland. All the other places that supposedly handled it better than Sweden have also seen. Their percentage is increasing at around three times the percent drop in new cases scene in Sweden in the past two weeks. So what That sort of says is, it looks like Sweden. Maybe this thing it may look like it's over in Sweden. Under technologies epidemiologist, Sweden's Public health agency. What we've cut down on movement in society quite a lot, if compared how much we travel in Scandinavian countries. The decrease in travel is the same in Sweden, as in the neighboring countries. In many ways, the voluntary measures we've put in place in Sweden have been just as effective as complete lock down in other countries. In other words, when you tell people don't travel, all that much people take it pretty seriously. The point here is that for all the talk about how we know how to handle this, and we just have to shut everything down, Lock down this lock down there. Sweden and locked down and may be the smartest of all sweet may be the smartest of all.

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Mind Over Body Cure

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Mind Over Body Cure

"Well, we've heard quite a few people on this show and others claim that they have thought themselves well, even in the face of death, but what about those people who do get sick and do get worse and die. Are they being made to feel guilty for not thinking themselves well well. My guest today are on opposite sides of this mind over body debate. Doctors don't know why my first guest is alive Lynyrd, borden says He. He changed his attitude. Imagine summarize warriors fighting the cancer in his body. A month later, the cancer was gone my next. Gus was told she had eighteen months to live if she did not have chemotherapy for her breast cancer Jane, Griffiths says she refused the treatment ten years later. She is still alive. My next guest wrote one of the most popular mind over body bestsellers. Dr Bernie seagulls love. Medicine and miracles explains his experiences with. With what he calls exceptional patients who hill themselves in the face of death. My next guest is a doctor who totally disagrees with Dr Segel's philosophy Dr Shirley new says sick. People are being made to feel guilty if they don't heal themselves, and there is no proof whatsoever that any of this works Dr Newlyn is author of doctors the biography of medicine. My next guest got so tired of people telling him that his severe backache. Backache was his own doing because of a bad attitude and stress. He wrote a column in Newsweek. Magazine to complain about it. Meet Rabbi Benjamin Black and my last guest says when she was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, people wanted her to try acupuncture and Yoga and love to get well and Spain says she live as long as she can, but she is also planning her death. Welcome all of our guests to the show. Start with you. I'll start with you. Because is where we got the idea to do the show from that column that you wrote in Newsweek magazine. What happened? I suffered from a herniated disk and I was just looking for some sympathy. And, then I suddenly realized that there was a psychological change in our society. and. Everybody kept saying to me. Why are you doing this to yourself? You must be the victim of self induced stress. And what really got me upset was that I recall the friend of mine who had died of cancer. who was able to deal with the reality of sickness? But couldn't cope with the fact that throughout the last days people made him feel as if he was the guilty one because he didn't obviously want to get well strongly enough because he wasn't trying hard enough, and he would cry to me. Does this mean I'm failure? What I'm saying is that there's an extreme position today I grant of course that there's a great deal to mind body relationship I grant as well that there is such a thing as love, medicine and miracles. What I think is wrong is I believe is a rabbi that we pray for miracles, but we don't expect miracles and when they don't happen, say that anybody who isn't well must be guilty himself. Don't blame the victim. Victim. Do you think Dr Newland this is making? People feel guilty as they die well. There's no question about that. That's really not my problem with Bernie's propositions. My problem with Bernie's propositions has to do with the aura science that he puts around them, in spite of the fact that what he's actually done is to take an enormous leap of faith, which of course is the secret of it all an enormous leap of faith from certain experiments, which show something that we all agree on that. There is a psychological factor that involves the immune system I don't think any sensitive physician physician with any experience could possibly disagree with the concept that patient state of mind is very important in their illness. But along comes Bernie, and says poof. The mind controls the immune system direct quote, the only quote I memorized from the book burning so that I could use it today. There's no evidence of that, and as long as people continue to believe with their minds, they can control their immune system there believing something that they simply can't do. It's like getting high LSD and trying to jump off a roof and fly, but you yourself just said that it's an enormous leap of faith and suppose it does suppose it does control the immune system, but there is no proof that it does. It's not a question of there being no proof that it does or does not. It's a question of our already being so close to understanding the various factors that do control the immune system that we know that the mind, the conscious mind is only one small factor. What actually happens is that whether we develop immunity to something whether we can control the disease process has to do with three systems in our body.

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Even the Insane Clown Posse Isn't Insane Enough to Gather This Year - Newsweek

KIRO Nights

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Even the Insane Clown Posse Isn't Insane Enough to Gather This Year - Newsweek

"I have to talk about something Mike whenever whenever these guys make the news I'm so excited to talk about it because there are few there are few things in this world that I am so interested and confounded by then the insane clown posse and our top story at nine o'clock is in fact that I C. P. as they are known have canceled the gathering of the Juggalos for twenty twenty this year now first time in twenty years twenty years this has been cast yes this is our I always struggle to explain insane clown posse as you should to anyone but specifically people that don't know them they have I first found them in high school I had a friend of mine who is into them this is I'm gonna say everyone did nineteen ninety eight right and yet everyone knows someone who knew who who C. sync up Aussie and when this friend of mine his name is Mike when I played their music for me he was laughing the whole time and I did not get the joke because to me they are probably the worst musical act I've ever heard in my life they are rappers who dress like clowns they put on clown paint face paint and they are known for spraying their audience with Faygo soda which is a producer from Detroit so it's a particularly popular soda in Detroit their fans known as Juggalos are actually I don't know if they're still on the F. B. I.'s list but the F. B. I. put them on a list of gangs not just juggle lows I just learned a new term Juggalo lattes yeah baby that's how they do so so I really wanted to to bump in with him I C. P. music for this segment but here's the thing they don't go ten seconds without swearing in public they just don't they don't so I pulled fifteen seconds of their most popular song if you can call it that miracles it came out that a couple years ago fifteen seconds I had to bleep to swears in the fifteen seconds but here it is

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"newsweek" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WCPT 820

"It'll be fun okay fantastic and be sure to call lift because maybe text will be your driver yeah yes by screaming at their dogs why don't you do more like in the movies are two generation Hey it's a it's a stretch limo so that he can be socially distant because they have a jaunty cap I assume he does it looks like and it looks like a Newsweek op that is what I joined a twenty oh what a culture first count yes and he's waiting out in the parking lot I you did not you did not get out get out and then come back to bite I love you all right have a good one you okay this portion of the show brought to you by what is this what is this something unsolicited right so many unsolicited tweet morning old I can't even I don't know why I even find all of that I thank you for your love we got our the clean phone and the Clinton dot com we got ours and we're obsessed and then we realized too how economical this is you gotta work place like this we all use it right we all disinfect disinfect our phone or keys or jewelry in there right yep yeah you we only need one per household and it is it get ninety nine point ninety nine percent of everything icky and this is the same kind of technology they're using right right to decontaminate masks in hospitals which they shouldn't not the whole story they should have to do that but this is the technology they use right I said just yesterday looking at paging through while I'm talking for all of the testimonials for the clean phone which a really I got one it's fast thank you John that's all you just said it aloud okay fine yes past and it just it it tells you when it's starting is tell you when it's done and it yeah okay people are going crazy over this because right we we've needed this for years your phones the dirty some worry clean freaks now in the fall you're carrying your phone everywhere and you shouldn't be getting it whether using wipes hello it's fantastic I noticed that we learned yesterday from a doctor that they're hoping that this either curve starts to bend a little bit because it's not a heat.

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"newsweek" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A rush of them. on Friday Newsweek magazine and I thought it was dead. doom and gloom article about the economy adding only a hundred thirty thousand jobs in August Newsweek says that the jobs report is making people afraid of a recession. not a back up this crazy claim that recession fears are growing out there news we found a senior economic analyst at Bankrate dot com whatever that is and this guy says that there's no need to worry yeah. he says the economy is expected to keep growing in the months ahead bought bought risks of a recession are heightened let me check what's really heightened the risk that the Democrats will have a thing to run on twenty twenty with the economy going so well we have so much economic growth right now that employers are searching high and low for good people to fill job openings we have more African American and Hispanics working than ever before their unemployment rates are at all time lows we have consumer spending blowing the roof off now if Obama couldn't come up with these economic numbers Newsweek and every other drive by media outlets would have been dancing in the streets even the streets of San Francisco of all the piles of human pope they would dance around. there's liberals are not worried about the risk of a recession they're praying for one because that's the only way they think they can get rid of Donald Trump.

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"newsweek" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That's today show every now, and then we have special show educational shows that is one. This is one of those days. Thanks for joining us today. So we've talked about central banks. We've talked about bubbles the potential for them. What they look like how they feel. How did they end? We'll give you the typical. You'd never really know how they're going to end. But typically they end at their noisiest really tough to define the word noisiest, but you'll get a feel when it happens. It's when everyone's talking about it, everyone speaking about front page or front cover of Newsweek and time and all that type of stuff. That's when you typically will now. Get ready if it ever does occur. That's all. Very very noisy. Then technically, how did they trade? They'll be very extended from their move. Everybody will think nothing will go wrong. And then all of a sudden you'll have this one big gigantic down date from the highs on monstrous volume that'll be the day with the balloon pot. But that doesn't necessarily be the day that it's over and done because typically what will happen. Is you'll get a rally backup to the highs. That's the rally that gets. Everybody's saying. We're fine. We're good. No sweat. But then what happens you get another big down day? And it's the oil wjm moment. What does this mean can't be? And then you'll get another big rally up near the highs. And you'll get another told you so we're fine. But those big swings are sign that the sellers are now involved. And are part of the equation. And it's at that point in time. We start getting what we call the slow unnoticed..

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"newsweek" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on Tech News Today

"And we haven't even mentioned that like Newsweek is also part story in, you know, as you mentioned your piece like your boyfriend worked for Newsweek, can you just real quickly? Explain how Newsweek features into this whole story. Yeah. That was a very thrill moment. 'cause I while I was researching that piece I would often just like sit on the couch and then become glued to the couch for many hours like researching. So I was there. And at some point, I you know, I found all of that university connection and not sounded familiar to me because I had heard about this their connections to Newsweek the Newsweek media group and at that point my boyfriend Joe is like in the next room. And I was like Joe can I? Something like it was just a really strange like like, I said at the beginning or he seemed very the real. But then when it started to open up and become even more thrill, but also like strangely loop around to something connected to the my life was like very very disorienting. So yeah, I mean, that's another thing that seems to be like actively being investigated as connection between all of that university. And Newsweek media group something that you'll see a lot in this article. They're they're to addresses that things all seem to kind of collect around. So like and they're both in New York. So they'll be like, you know, Newsweek related things and all of that related thing, and then companies these Amazon forefront related companies all kind of collecting around these addresses, which is very strange and something that I found out that a couple people told me about after wrote the pieces that thirty. Three Whitehall, which is address that I mentioned has to do with one of a kind of online stores as well. As some other things is where the Newsweek offices were a very abruptly moved to in August. So interesting detail. Let me question much here. I it just made me feel better about all the rabbit holes. I've gone down and felt like I was wasted time. But obviously, it's art because Jenny says it is so. Teaches internet art and digital physical design at Stanford. She's been an artist in residence at the year beween center for the arts Facebook and the internet archive her book how to do nothing resisting. The attention economy is slated for publishing in April nine nineteen. And of course, go to the New York Times read this piece, we have not done a Justice. So you I it's just amazing. What is just out there really hiding in thin air and you've done the research to seat. I'll thank you so much Jenny Jenny for having me take.

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"newsweek" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You very, much. I, appreciate it So difficult Newsweek grand story with. The numbers he's talked about voting activists to saying. One death every five days times is saying the number of killings of white farmers was at a twenty. Year low so. I don't. I don't I don't believe believe Newsweek and I don't believe the New, York Times so I don't know which I don't know what, this is but we are working on it and trying to find some credible voices to tell us in South Africa will exactly what's. Going on we'll bring that news. To you. All right tell me about Goldline's, new silver maple flex that allows you to break off smaller pieces for barter, and trade but I don't want you forget about the importance of small gold bars. As well when it comes to, protecting ourselves our families. Are portfolios you wanna make sure that you have maximum flexibility. And diversity that's why I have both gold. And silver and as I, mentioned before I ask Goldline to create this little smaller bars. Of gold they're like a little chick. Lit freely you could carry them around in your wallet if things ever really. Get bad So this is in addition this. Is the the gold bars and that's. An addition to the maple flex which is, the silver bars which would be You know for smaller transactions now the gold bars they have what, is it a how much is a tenth of. Announced CGI tenth of an ounce in each bar, and are the real size, of a chick lit and they're all made by. The Royal Canadian mint these are legal tender bars of gold and silver and if things go bad you know you've got something to protect your family you know it to yourself to call Goldline, and, learn more about these, Canadian, products that are, only, available at Goldline gold and silver. Bars in the bite size, available now at Goldline at eight, six six Goldline one eight six six Goldline, eight six six.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"And if you think that this isn't us policy i want you to read this quote this agreement sets out a nationwide policy for the detention release and treatment of minors in the custody of ins and shall supersede all previous ins policies that are inconsistent with the terms of this agreement this agreement shall become effective upon final court approval that's it this is a nationwide policy of what the country can and cannot do this policy and the extraordinary surge of children flooding the border back in two thousand fourteen eventually led to the images that are now being used as images from today they weren't they were trump from twenty fourteen and as i said newsweek newsweek reports that barack obama had more than double the number of children in detention centers then currently being held by the trump administration that's newsweek that's not me look it up for yourself so all of this anger all of this vitriol is really coming from what it's coming from a system constantly putting a band aid on a major wound our wound is we have a lawless border nobody knows what to do because there are no laws if you come here you need to be detained and go through a court and let the court decide are you really truly a refugee that needs the protection of the united states or are you coming over for a nefarious reason are you coming over because you just want a better life if you're a refugee we need to take you in if you want a better life you need to go through the front door if you're a bad guy you're going back or your arrest but the court system is overwhelmed why because people want it to be overwhelmed this is causing a crisis and then offering the solutions to that crisis which only make it worse we must have a law enforce the law and live as humanely as we can under that law.

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"newsweek" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"It's a holiday that's today's show every now and then we have special show educational shows that is one of this is one of those days thanks for joining us today so we've talked about central banks we've talked about bubbles the potential for them what they look like how they feel how do they end we'll give you the typical you'd never really know how they're going to end but typically they end at their noisiest really tough to define the word noisiest but you'll get a feel when it happens it's when everyone's talking about it everyone speaking about front page or front cover of newsweek and time and all that type of stuff that's when you typically will know get ready if it ever does occur that's all just very very noisy then technically how do they trade they'll be very extended from their move everybody will think nothing will go wrong and then all of a sudden you'll have this one big gigantic down day from the highs on monstrous volume that'll be the day with the balloon popped but that doesn't necessarily be the day that it's over and done because typically what will happen is you'll get a rally backup to the highs that's the rally that gets everybody's saying we're fine we're good no sweat but then what happens you get another big down day and it's the oil wjm moment what does this mean can't be and then you'll get another big rally up near the highs and you'll get another told you so we're fine but those big swings are a sign that the sellers are now involved and a part of the equation and it's a point in time we start getting what we call the slow unnoticed drip then you'll break the first low and then potential for waterfall.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"By the way i looked this up and our caller from los angeles is actually correct if i'm gonna want i don't know how i missed this you don't understand how embarrassing this is guy calls and talks about and i don't know anything about it that's just not done but stormy daniels was indeed planning on running for the senate in new orleans when david vetter gotta detroit was back in two thousand nine and her campaign slogan was going to be screwing people honestly and i'm not gonna have a right here as a newsweek story on it from january of this year and i didn't know how do you how do you not remember the name stormy daniels i make america horny again tour is what she's currently on but she wanted to run for the senate screwing people honestly was gonna be her slogan let's head back to the phones open line friday we actually have somebody mail cart indiana here kevin glad you called sir how you doing how you doing rush finding dandy yeah i tend to be rally last night with my sixteen year old daughter and it was it was phenomenal trump he knows how to work a crowd in their last night well i'll say some five hundred depending on what the fire marshal allowed to be in but over around seven thousand dollars that was the capacity to play have you not heard that before.

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"newsweek" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"But you gotta believe warming colonic oh boy me was the justice show spoon go you try and say then you think i wanted the fame but nothing cover a newsweek guest beggars can't be choosy to receive attention from you want it to be.

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"newsweek" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Also wife recalls her husband's murderers south african farmers continue to live in terror despite what they've been told a newsweek magazine which is relax chill out violence toward white farmers is increasing in south africa after the government did pass legislation to force them off their land without compensation in two thousand seventeen alone four hundred white farms were attacked and to white farmers killed every week every week on average that don't worry about it i mean do you want to do we wanna make too much out of this white thing no we don't don't worry about it maranda heunis is a victim who watched her husband was brutally murdered on their property in two thousand sixteen she said the attackers have completely destroyed their lives it was in october twenty sixteen we were woken up at our house with two attackers standing there and they shot him six times in front of me and my older daughter it took a father they took our whole lives that night she said the attacks are increasing now and the white community in south africa is terrified we're living in constant fear being ready for anything when the dark comes but that's nonsense step to healing newsweek said that's nothing to worry of stop you're panicking so a few white people have been killed you gotta break a few eggs to make an omelet and they're making delicious on lit in south africa right now i don't wanna hear your bellyaching anymore white people.

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"newsweek" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"It's a holiday that's today's show every now and then we have special show educational shows that is one of this is one of those days thanks for joining us today so we've talked about central banks with talked about bubbles the potential for them what they look like how they feel how did they end will give you the typical you'd never really know how they're going to end but typically they end at their noisiest really tough to define the word noisiest but you'll get a feel when it happens it's when everyone's talking about it everyone speaking about front page or front cover of newsweek and time and all that type of stuff that's when you typically will know get ready if it ever does occur that's all just very very noisy then technically how did they trade they'll be very extended from their move everybody will think nothing will go wrong and then all of a sudden you'll have this one big gigantic down day from the highs on monstrous volume that'll be the day where the balloon popped but that doesn't necessarily be the day that it's over and done because typically what will happen is you'll get a rally back up to the highs that's the rally that gets everybody's saying we're fine we're good no sweat but then what happens you get another big down day and it's the wjm moment what does this mean can't be and then you'll get another big rally up near the highs and you'll get another told you so we're fine but those big swings are a sign that the sellers are now involved at a part of the equation and it's at that point in time we start getting what we call the slow unnoticed drip then you'll break the first low and then potential for waterfall.

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"newsweek" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Pathogen he could be mutation that doesn't have a classification of yet so keep that in mind about x so when i when i approve helped organization to figure out how to deal with this sort of disease now it's a drill there's no classification of the disease or pathogen he could be mutation that doesn't have a classification of yet so keep that in mind about klay x so when i when i appeared at the ground zero lounge last saturday i reported on another story that was released in newsweek that the world health organization has now added a mysterious yet to exist malady to its to its list of nine diseases that may cause a worldwide epidemic now they're calling this disease disease x and to be clear it's being reported that disease x is not a newly identified killer pathogen it's a known unknown that could be created by biological mutation such as a previous deadly epidemics such as the spanish flu or hiv or it might be spawned by terror attack or simply an accident so in november we told you about the top exercise for clay ex a pandemic of unknown origin now the centers for disease control in the world health organization had said that there is a new malady to put on their list of nine and that is disease x a newly identified disease that is triple eight six seven three.

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"newsweek" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Link got twenty years ago that was 1998 uh january 17th drudge report first broke the news of president bill clinton sexually changed everything lewinsky and that was again if you remember newsweek that was sitting on that uh and now is basically not even an entity anymore the sold for one dollar and and and is now just doing trash online basically it's another you know tabloid but at that time newsweek had this story they killed it uh and and many other uh news sources also had the story and killed it because various reasons but i mean a big part of it was you know if friendly is yeah is the app it was friendlies the and look you know the judge report did that changed the way that news comes out we've gone through twenty years of this and the media still acts as as if they can hold these see so here's the biggest thing that we can do is we can take the audio from the people in the media and on the media that are telling you things that are not true for instance we just did that with the government shutdown this is something from the washington free beacon that they did on trickledown economics when i was when i was growing up with a with ronald reagan you know you heard all the bashing of trickledown economics and you never really had anything to point to other than everybody had jobs that it worked well we sure have that now the media is not going to the embarrassed the people who say trickledown economics doesn't it work because it they need that theory to be discredited but you.

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"newsweek" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Early quickly oh yeah yup i mean i'm trying to try to be careful about this is possible but there was no 556 brass fouled and i you know that we've already vardi publish that in um in the newsweek article your time what else was those new in a newsweek article was that trump had all eleven magazine they all work sumo exports rounds so i read that article so remember that yeah yeah so what i mean you've talked a little bit about the shoe some between the american military you know veteran or soldier in the us public why do you think these stories these these like rand narratives we create we keep creating them over and over again and we for this very emotional attachment to them i mean you make of all of this i guess civil military relationship that we have with these like gi joe tight movies and things it's interesting because i had a two one i i just you sort of it was just ignorant so i mean it just comes down to ignorance and i think people really there's a it's i'm not a psychologist with people you tend to want to be part of something they fuels greater than themselves like yeah you probably experience it's like everybody you're so many people i meet the there are saying oh why befriended you know somebody in the navy seals and to all of a sudden there in period with all this wisdom and knowledge about how it works i guess i'll tell you about that spysatellite because i get a friend who's navy seals maybe sales don't know anything about communications right so our satellite that maybe but you know but somehow or you see this too with these expertise these guys they go on these tv shows like one day they'll be asked him about like a a nuclear warhead in a you know in a in a submarine and then the next day they'll be talking about like a blackhawk helicopter yeah you know and and it's one of the things that when i go out and i i i call him one shot so.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"I i confess i know i say this every couple of weeks i didn't even know newsweek was still in business did you i can be in a young man and there was time in there was newsweek and these magazines came once a week i think my mom and dad subscribed to time i know they subscribe to time i think they subscribed newsweek i didn't even know newsweek was in business anymore newsweek had a headline today that said the following caught my eye it said it said trump's pick to one iit's our immigration enforcement agency trump's pick to run ice warns that he will target california in a bid to crack down on undocumented immigrants that was the newsweek headline today in the article uh delves down into this like this is a bad thing trump's immigration head is going to target california as he goes after undocumented immigrants now i'll get into in a second why he's gonna target california but but i we need to back up for second because language matters and i know a lot of people even a lotta people on our side fall into this trap and it makes me so angry when people on our side fall into this trap uh it kinda goes like this there's no such thing as an undocumented immigrants and a story there is no such thing as in undocumented democrat now i know what newsweek is due in right you do too right there talking about illegals people in this country illegally and this is what the left does their undocumented immigrants it's like they're immigrants who just don't have that piece of paper they're immigrants who are just like miss them a certain idea or something they're immigrants who are here illegally they're just not documented there's no such thing by definition if you are an immigrant he came here legally you cannot be an illegal immigrant if you're here illegally your nonimmigrant your criminal if you're here illegally unanimity at your criminal there is no such thing as an undocumented immigrants i i know look eight five five six four to fifty six hundred i know i harp on this but language matters language matters and the left tries to use the language the left tries to manipulate the language in the left has the media because the media and electrons aim team and they manipulate the language to try to dictate policy and.

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"newsweek" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on WJR 760

"Newsweek w e a k gene the there you go i'm sure it's meth and near new f f i know what's legal in a lot of places now but sometimes maybe you should just put it down just put it down and thing for sex maybe that's the problem they put the bond down start thinking hey oh charles manson i they man so oh that's what they did yes do something with man may yet manson died today how a manson nine today how can they be will lay to their on words they used their words sodas a threeyearold that's learning the thaw moroz just hurts so proud of themselves do it's really not the same at all but you'd we just wanted to get that meddling there are exactly the same in the headline but not the same really and and were workshop clean about it not because of ri but just to how uh how obvious it is to anybody with a he brain than what they were doing of course our friends that think work who'll but the move uh so have yet some sitting here looking at this here at melissa gilbert accuses oliver stone of sexual harassment it was humiliating and foreign route uh during an interview with the andy cohen actress melissa gilbert claimed that director oliver stone srx sexually harassed her during audition for his 1991 film doors at first gilbert told her story without naming any names.

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"newsweek" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"newsweek" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"These celebrities broke people referring to the winds gene mm scandal years before it actually happened they all knew this was going on i said yesterday that harvey weinstein wasn't fired because they didn't know they just found out he was fired because you just found out and times have changed and and good if these are good changes these this is the sort of thing i think is a is a positive change anthony boarding pointed this out in a tweet a to g k n y a how many 17yearold girl's have you dressed like they are in your words asking for it and it post a picture of apparently 17yearold muddled with very little clothing on which is interesting from a fashion designer i hear this all the time all the time from people that you know they try to go in and you know by something further daughter or their daughter goes in or the boop you know my wife goes in tries to dress modestly it's almost impossible it's almost impossible if you want to dress fashionably rank and you want to dress modestly that's a difficult combination it's a really difficult combination you want to dress like a slut the gotcha they got you covered and in the the problem is is our entire culture is sexualizing our girls it is a listen to this where is this newsweek now now newsweek newsweek newsweek has decided to go after donald trump's women in his life for wearing stilettoheeled shoes calling a vodka of ana malania and the trump daughtersinlaw the female consorts to the leader of the free world and then icm do not set foot in public without first molding there arches into the supernatural curve that mattel toy designers wants devised for barbie's plastic feet as you get older in these shoes your feet are going to have problems i'm not going to say maligning is going to have them soon but sooner or later she's going to have them and she'll have to come down off of that high arch is a a diet tree analysis has the story a so i'm so glad their concern for the first lady's arches yes stiletto pumps demand a critical level of attention to pebbles cobbles.

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