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Joe Biden's Poll Numbers Are 'Brutal', Says Jake Tapper
"As jake. Tapper put it. Biden's poll numbers are brutal. He is way underwater in fact. Somebody has anybody. Compared biden's poll numbers today to trump's pull numbers eight or nine months into his presidency. That might be an intriguing comparison. I'm sure trump's poll numbers. Were much better but i think they might be better than biden's at the same stage stage of their presidencies.
Fresh update on "nine month" discussed on Red Blonde Fox
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Wade, Giants beat D-backs in 9th, hold 2-game NL West edge
"The giants completed the sweep of the struggling Diamondbacks and reduced their magic number to two after they beat Arizona five to four in the last of the ninth month away junior hit the game winning RBI single with the bases loaded in the special in our own first time doing it at all the sell good to do I mean any time you can how contributed a team when it gets instance I mean I mean I guess it makes it a lot better better feeling not to get into outside this is pretty cool buster Posey with a double and two runs driven in and Brandon Crawford his twenty fourth home run for Arizona Madison Bumgarner pitched in San Francisco for the first time against the giants with fans in the stands he went five innings giving up eight hits and four runs the D. backs are nine and thirty one in one run games Riley on San Francisco
Floridians Believe in Secure Borders
"Night. We had a terrific event with governor onto santa's then make the just a great great evening. Hundreds of people came to the grand hyatt in tampa bay governor. Santa speaking talking about The strength of florida funny concept floridians. Believe insecure borders as governor. Fantasy pointed out much to the delight of the crowd who came out to the bring small businesses back tour. We believe in secure borders in florida on that. Our country's sovereign and that the borders matter we ban sanctuary cities in the state of florida my first year in office when we started to see the massive surge in texas and governor abbot states. To help we were the first state to send people to help on the southern border and we are proud of that mission. We're also. The state of florida is suing biden over his policy of releasing criminal. Aliens back into our community doesn't like florida because he knows that we show. His policies are failure with respect to the border. And it's getting worse and worse every day with what's going on down there and the fact of the matter is he is created this problem. This is intentional and this is very damaging to our country so we stand opposed to joe biden on that and we think he's failing the country and we think quite frankly probably the worst performance of a first nine months of any president in my lifetime. I can tell you that it is absolutely intentional. He's so right about that. There's no way they're incompetent.
The Biden Administration Has NO Idea What They're Doing
"China is on the rise again intimidating. Our friends and partners in south asia north korea is again launching ballistic missiles over the sea of japan. Russia is flexing. Its muscles with putin. Having just won reelection well reelection. Just reinstalling himself. And iran drawn is very happy. We've left afghanistan in cannot believe their luck the senile decrepit old hoskins politician in the white house is seriously thinking of reinstating. The obama era. Jcp away run deal all this all this in the space of less than a year nine months in the fall of kabul with the teen americans and the response what's the response a drone strike that kills an afghan aid worker and children america's back. Oh i didn't mention the sub deal. I i'm in american history. The french of recalled their ambassador because this administration snubbed them in their diesel and nuclear sub. Deal with the australia. What did they tell us. The adults are back. Yeah i'll tell you one thing. They may be add outs. They don't love this country and they have no idea what they're
US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk
"September twentieth was supposed to be an important date an approval from the food and drug administration. The cdc's committee of outside experts will be ready to start. These booster's booster program. During the week of september twenty weeks ago. The white house told us that starting september twentieth today americans would likely be able to sign up for a co vaccine. Booster shots visor. Certainly thinks it's vaccine needs a booster. The drug maker itself suggested after six months it's vaccine efficacy could wayne so on friday. Fda advisors met to discuss the idea of boosters but they emerged with a surprise recommendation of their own vote did not have. The majority voted no rather than agreeing with a vaccine maker rather than agreeing with some of the top scientists and the biden administration the fda advisory panel announced. That booster shots should be available soon but only for senior citizens and other select groups some important distinctions. Here let's break it down with. Abc's aimed flaherty who covers federal agencies. And and what is the actual recommendation here like. Who's going to be able to get a booster shot and win right. So i think it's important to remember. The fda actually hasn't decided yet. This is an advisory panel that was looking at the data and they were only looking at data that related to pfizer. So this is the first vaccine that rolled out. It rolled out mostly to nursing homes and health care workers more than nine months ago and what they did was. They looked at a lot of data. That was coming out of israel to determine whether or not people need a booster thaw back. The booster do improved protection by tenfold against confirmed infection and for elderly against superior kobe. Nineteen day said. They don't think boosters for all makes sense they think seniors and people who are at high risk of severe covet those two groups they think should have to go back and get an extra booster and they also said that they support people who are at serious risk because of their job so frontline workers healthcare workers even teachers. They mentioned they think those people might wanna consider getting extra
Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated
"What keeps you motivated. I mean the most important thing in my life is my relationship with jesus christ and my relationship with god which we should. We need to remind ourselves of that every single day and say it out loud and say clearly. Because that's really what's going on here isn't it. It's a spiritual war all of this material side of it is just a manifestation of unclean spirits impure spirits that are are going at it and that's what the scriptures tell us when it comes to what i care about in the political domain. I believe the scriptures. Tell us that we need to care about things that are beautiful and good and that are true. This is the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. And i i am twenty seven years old and i say that i want to think tonight as we go through this how much we've seen our country changed just in the last nine months and especially how much we've seen. Our country changed in the last nine years or ten years when i was in high school ten years ago. The things that we are now we've now seen implemented would be completely unthinkable now that we just take as just kind of common sense as anything but common sense but they say is just kind of normal things. The new normal. And i'm frustrated in a lot of different ways and it compels me to action. Because i will not sit idly by while this gift that we have been given the greatest country ever to exist a constitutional republic of and by and for the people that so many people have sacrificed for that. I just have to sit idly by while a while a very sinister and malevolent and clever and craft the minority takes over this country while they do not control a majority of the people and by every single measure. They are only doing it because we've allowed them to do it. And now maybe not you. But that we have allowed them to get way too far as far as cultural control way too far for way too long and they've also been willing. Which a word. I want to talk about tonight to get into the institutions to push against conservatives in christians
Why the Left-Wing Liberal Media Gets Right-Wing Capitol Rallies So Wrong
"To the capital tomorrow. I want to read a left-wing tabloids description of why the capital is on alert. This isn't the new york. Daily news headline capital on alert. Fence goes up. Cops are ready for right. Wing rally tomorrow now. I want you to hear this. You gotta hear the way. This is described by the new york daily news again. A left-wing tabloid even in post presidency exile. Donald trump is still raising unsightly walls. That's the first line of the article. Even in post presidency trump is still raising unsightly walls tall black chainlink security. Fence was erected outside the us capitol complex yesterday as workers are getting ready for a storm of trump fans who planned to descend on washington nine months. After the january six assault on american democracy fencing went up outside the capitol out after that deadly riot. Well yeah deadly ashley. Lab at the trump supporter was killed. But it was removed over the summer. Now it's back again as the right wingers prepared a role in the nation's capital saturday. They're going to have justice for j six rally now even the article as comical as it is says. Hundreds of trump's supporters are expected at the rally to protest criminal charges filed against about six hundred people suspected of breaking laws in january. So it sounds like it's hundreds like the hundreds who rioted january six and people and the left is obviously a nancy pelosi's terrified security officials are anxious to avoid any repeat of january sixth when hordes of protesters some armed or really. How many was there one gun found on one person overwhelmed cops in the effort to block congress from certifying biden's victory.
Why Organizational Support Is Crucial for Working Moms Returning to the Workplace
"So this. Paper is called mothers re entry a relative contribution perspective of dual earner parents roles resources and outcomes and it was published in the academy management journal Very recently just came out. I believe it's a two twenty twenty one paper. And it's by laura little and courtney masterson and The paper basically takes a look at the importance of mothers being supported by their organizations. When they're coming back from attorney leave And one of the reasons that they focus on this time period and on mothers in particular is because after women. Leave the workforce to take maternity. Leave while it's a really nice break. from work responsibilities and allows them to focus holy. Or you know almost entirely on the family domain. It can be stressful. Figure out how then to reincorporate work into your life. Now that you've been spending time just focused on family. It can be stressful to anticipate what that returned to. Work is gonna look like and there are also some anticipated stressors that come from thinking through how your identity might play out. Were shift so there. Some research out there that looks at how pregnant women anticipate their identity shifts once they become working moms and that bat nine months of pregnancy is really a time period where people are thinking about. What's that gonna look like. And who am i and who do i wanna be. And how much do. I wanna put emphasis on on my work identity year my family identity or my mom identity in particular so there's some stressors that are introduced wall. Obviously it's a wonderful thing to have maternity leave and it's it's a fantastic resource and they're not arguing at all that that's not the keys. But when people are anticipating that reentry it can be a particularly stressful time. And so they're kind of honing in on that time period to take a look at how organizational support might play a role in affecting some of that
McPherson's 33-Yard Kick in OT Lifts Bengals Over Vikings
"The Bengals wasted a twenty one seven lead in the second half before Evan McPherson kicked a thirty three yard field goal as overtime expired giving Cincinnati a twenty seven twenty four triumph over the Vikings Germaine Pratt recover Dalvin cook's fumble to set up the winning drive for Cincinnati Joe Berle threw for two hundred sixty one yards and two touchdowns in his return after major knee surgery nine months ago borough tossed a thirty two yard pass on fourth and inches from the Bengals forty eight to extend their winning drive jamarr chase had one hundred one yards on five receptions including a fifty yard scoring pass from his former LSU teammate I'm Dave very
2015 WSOP Champion Andrew Barber on When the Game Clicked for Him
"The realization. You you eventually come to. Which i think put realization every poker player has is like cash is going to be better for my sanity than tournaments If i care about the swings adult and so. I started playing cash. But i had gotten into Omaha hi lo through my experience with with going to reno for mixed games and stuff and i just like fired up like a small stakes six handed omaha hi low table in just clicked. It just clicked the way that i've heard other poker players talk about specific formats where they just they. Just get it and i just seem to get it and i i went from. It was fifty cents a dollar to seventy five one fifty on stars within nine months something like that solely solely playing oma hiwa solely playing omaha. Hi lo still dabbling in like Sitting go stuff and some empty teas. But like i became obsessed with the game. I like i had a poker journal. I was always thinking about the game. I was talking to other people about it. I mean like some of my best poker friends or people that i that i kind of met around this time. We're talked omaha. hi lo with. Why do you think it clicked so much. And i'll follow up question down. The line is also why did mixed games resonate with you so much well. I don't know if everyone's experienced this. But i kinda got bored with simplicity of holdem. I mean i respect that like it is A game that can be Extremely deep And that you can run. Sim after sim episode in different spots. but i think ultimately i didn't like the lack of complexity in strategies And with mixed games you have like you know constant variation like i love playing a multi game mix. Where like the game is changing every orbit. So it's like okay. Let's shift is something new. I think maybe i get bored. Or i liked shifting gears and thinking of the different way but omaha. Hi lo is. I love split park games first of all so like if i were to rank my favorite game split games are going to be at the top of the list. I love the idea that we're like playing two games simultaneously like that's really cool to me. you know it's So there's that i think there's this Maybe a concept that came naturally to me that maybe other struggle with is kind of seeing where my hand is on a spectrum like the weaker your low hand is the sorry. I'm making the Are you relatively familiar with them. A high low. I know the rules of how became operates. Okay so there's there's these trade offs that like the worst year low hand is the better. Your hand has to be and vice versa and just seem to understand where my hand fell on that that distribution You it's not often that you have like the nuts and the high side in the nuts and the low side and especially playing shorthanded or heads up You're gonna have a trash on both ends chair. It's kind of like trying to understand. How does my trash measure up to my opponents trash in what's that might like my optimal strategy here So yeah i really. I took to that in that. I think the game was also like Poised for a Poised for evolution like it was a very people are still playing a very primitive elementary strategy. There was like a little more not pedley back back then. And i was able to take advantage of that that i think i just saw There's maybe an holdem analog. That could be made
Texas Law That Bans Abortion After About 6 Weeks Takes Effect
"Texas law banning abortions. After six weeks went into effect yesterday law prohibits abortions wants cardiac activity can be detected an embryo which very early the law also allows. This is sort of twist allows private citizens to sue abortion providers and anyone else who gives who helps a woman obtained an abortion in texas including even an uber driver who might have given a woman a ride to the clinic. The law makes no exception for rape or incest. The supreme court refused to block. The banner has now materializing a huge threat to roe versus wade. So what do you think under his eye. Where are we in the handmaid's to be the fruit. Blessed the fruit. It'd be fruit here not to joke about something so serious but let's not but to joke but not joke tweeted something yesterday And that is this that why men think they have something to say as much. They think they want to say about this when their contribution to the reproductive process last six or seven seconds. Maybe eight if it's been awhile and women for the next nine months and then feeding the baby breastfeeding afterward do all the heavy lifting all right. This is this. Is the women's show here and men want piece of this action like they've got something to say here it's dictatorial. This is i think janet jackson said it. Best in the first five seconds for in nineteen ninety-six smash album control okay. This is a story about control. Okay like it's about power and control. This is full handmaid's tale. That's one thing. The other thing as it relates to roe v. Wade as i understand roe v wade in nineteen seventy-three also texas with the same issue the supreme court as i understand it felt that texas's laws or whatever regarding abortion violated a woman's constitutional right to privacy about privacy. So what is it about this new situation. That is also not a violation of privacy.
Santiago 'PokerLogia' Mansilla: Acclaimed Author and Keeper of Poker Lore
"Me what your story look. Like entering the world of cards. Okay well my book. Our journey began will buy in one poker book. I by syria. Fokker buysc lansky. How how old were you at. How are you are you now. I thirty seven now. This was like twenty years ago. Marlins and the guy who i bought the book was like a big fino worker books so like we we extend over. Phones became friends. And he invited me to a homing. He played with with other friends. Like thirty. twenty five thirty or guys blame. How are you now thirty seven and then when you got invited to the game twenty five maybe ten ten twelve years five twenty six. And where are you. Where are you from by the way. I'm from argentina. Argentina's how is the poker world in argentina. Now it's like swallow the virus. It's stopped the tournaments We have like long teams here like eight. Nine months Yes we we have got like a boom fokker bod. It started like in a twenty ten years ago more or less. Okay we'll pause there go back to your story so you're getting in poker you get invited. It's a little bit before the argentinian poker boonsak cool a so i became like the venue organizer game because they were playing strange shootout bit. Were the sleep. Players passed to the final table. And i told them guys. You can be reducing that on the tables unplanned like a regular tournament. Okay okay you do. Starting star was like twenty glance. They say no guys with one hundred ignites recovered light his okay well so i change all the tournaments became like the new the new boss of the hong and until now if today that that was ten years ago so it's very good group of friends that that that booker gave me.
New York Times' Taylor Lorenz on the Creator Economy
"The wren's who covers tech culture and online creators for the new york times started doing this work at the atlantic. And i just loved every bit of it. She is also the author of the forthcoming book extremely online the rise of the online creator and creation of a new american dream. Taylor thanks so much for coming on. Yeah thanks for having me. So tell us about the economy parts of creator economy and what we mean when we say these terms yeah Well the term creator economy only emerged in the past year. I'm really the past nine months but the industry has been around for a lot longer. So you may have heard of the influencer economy or like the online celebrity world All of it refers to essentially people making money by building audiences an influence on the internet. And then monetize ing those audiences. So you can think of twitch. Streamers youtube stars instagram influencers. All of these people are part of the broader quote unquote creator economy or creators and influencers. The same thing yes. Creators influencers are the same thing and the word creator was actually coined in its modern usage by youtube. Back in twenty eleven He wrote a piece on this but when the marketing industry cold in the mid twentieth tens the word influencer became popular because it was really a way to talk about sort of multi-platform creators. So the word creator was so synonymous with youtube. Instagram irs. viner's wouldn't call themselves that So they sort of started calling themselves creators and influence right. They start calling themselves. Influencers influence was always the term sort of most popular throughout the mid twenty tense but in the past year as the tech industry has kind of embraced this whole world. It's flipped back to creator as as sort of preferred at platform agnostic term.
The Method to Joey Votto's Madness
"Trend joey. Votto is a couple of weeks away from his thirty eighth birthday and he's really been having a renaissance season that includes a pretty big milestone recently. Can you give us a sense of how good vital has been this year and in particular. How good he's been the last four or five weeks it's mind-blowing honestly like i used to always say this and i think i'd finally stopped following my advice that you never underestimate joey about it and you know he struggled the last couple seasons and i started doubting it and starting downing if he could be joe yvonna again and not only is he joey votto. He's the two thousand ten joey. Votto which is the young kid who won an mvp and then got a ten year two hundred and fifty million dollar extension. You know you saying unless four weeks last four weeks last month. Not only did he hit home. Runs in seven straight games. It nine months and i said hammers setter failed brandon at seven executive women. Joey since that started he's hit sixteen. Total home runs tweaking. And here's another rate little nugget over the last you could spend two or three weeks or in the span nick. Cassiano says batted ahead of joey bottle and got hit four times each of those four times that. The opposing pitchers hit nicasio. Joey votto was followed with a home run
General Motors Recalls All Chevy Bolts Due to Fire Risk
"Recalling its bolt electric vehicles for the third time in nine months over the risk of battery fires. GM once battery maker LG to cover the cost of the recall, which could reach $1 billion. The recall covers all bolts from the model years 2019 through 2022 Bitcoin
The Life of George Reresby Sitwell
"Human beings are all different every experience shapes us into the kinds of people we become. No one thing is responsible. Each of us is the product of nature and nurture working together. Sometimes that results in the next world leader other times it leads to a life of for one man. His unique upbringing didn't guide him toward thievery or murder but he did wind up serving as a member of parliament. He also found himself as the topic of conversation both during his life and afterward george rears be sit. Sitwell was born in january of eighteen sixty to a wealthy family. His father sir sitwell rears be sitwell was a baronet a hereditary title just below that of a baron and above a nights sadly. The man passed away when george was only four years old. All the property he owned prior to his death was passed down to his son and so was his debt. But that didn't stop the child from being proud of who he was. He had a knack for making himself the center of attention. Soon after his father's death george had been writing on a train when he announced his name entitled to a fellow passenger he told the man i am four years old and the youngest baronets in england to say george was difficult would be an understatement and then difficulty manifested itself in various ways for one. He was ambitious becoming a member of parliament before he turned thirty. He also married young when he was twenty. Six and lady ida denison was only seventeen. The pair tied not although it was clear from the start that they were horribly wrong for each other only days into their marriage. Denison fled back to her family's home. She hated her new husband and more than that. She hated the expectations that came with being a wife. They forced her to return to him though which she did but she resented everyone for it nine months later she gave birth to a baby girl angering her husband who had hoped for a male heir. It would be another years before their first son. Osbert was born in eighteen. Ninety
A Lifetime of Lymphedema
"My journey with lymphoma over the past twenty four years has been a complex emotional convoluted just rollercoaster That has occurred as i said before my lymphoma was onset from infancy because of male video. Actually i was emergency. Section baby Since my lymphatic system had not formed properly in the womb all of the fluid in my body had gone to my head. While i was upside down in the womb and because of that i got stuck in the birth canal and an emergency c section operation preceded My dad says that once. I was removed from the womb. My head Resembled a bowling ball So that's nice. Thanks to but upon removing knee and seeing the baby for the first time the doctors were unsure what was going on with me. They thought that. Maybe i might have down syndrome. But just because of the way that i looked but also they were like. Maybe you're just a chunky baby. They just told my parents that i was fat and that there was not much more. They could do in terms of diagnosis. My parents took me home thinking that they might have you know this healthy but fluffy baby And that was not the case because immediately they noticed that all of the fluid and my head had started to go down my body and really gather on the left side of my body and especially in both of my legs and my feet so my legs and my feet were very swollen. My would take me to doctors and the doctors were just repeat. You know. Mr and mrs eggers. You just have a fat baby. But no i actually had primary lymph dima. I was diagnosed at nine months old by dr witty with primary lymphoma and that kicked off a whole life of complex feelings pain managment lots of medical treatments in just a lot of confused emotions. I would say because of my lymphoma Now big things to know about me is. I actually grew up in a military family. And i'm the oldest of four so my family was often moving. We would really only stay in the same place for two to three years. Which means it's hard to find consistent long-term medical care for a child with a disability. The other interesting thing that i noticed a child was that no matter where we went whether it was hawaii whether it was new york. Virginia the culture around my lymph dima was always going to be the same. Everyone would regard me in a similar way of. There's something wrong with this child and it is not attractive and it is not good and that was a big part of my life for a very long time it was honestly incredibly interesting just to see how cultures would change in certain ways. Demographics would change as we would move but this able ism and this pervasive sort of understanding of my condition as a negative thing stayed
What's it Like Being a Digital Nomad?
"Imagine if your life was untethered to any particular place you had a career that was steady and well pain and traveled. All the time working remotely you are digital nomad. More and more people are doing just that and travel writer and entrepreneur. Mike's with guns ski. He's been the digital nomad working and living in about eighty countries in the last decade. And he's written a book on the lifestyle. Mike joins us today from his home. Base in the republic of georgia in cheers ideas from his book called global career. How to work anywhere and travel forever. Thanks so much for having me on. Rick excited to chat with you so mike. I'm a traveler. And i've had the same job the same phone number of the same zip code now for over forty years and i travel a lot. You're a digital nomad in. That's quite a different kind of traveler. What exactly does that mean. And just very briefly. Where have you gone in the last decade. Yeah so over the last decade. I've been to more than eighty five different countries and a big portion of that has probably been in europe asia south america and a few cents to africa. But i would say africa's kind of the next frontier for me to explore your working remotely as you travel. Yeah so i've been working remotely for more than five years now. For the previous five years. I was kind of showing up in physical locations and finding jobs that were going to advance my career and he just kind of job was kind of steppingstone to get me to where i am now. It must have been kind of a a freeing thing sort of liberation. when you realized. I don't need to look for work. Where i'm traveling can travel where i want to go and Look into the remote travel world for my employment. Yeah once. I kind of had that remote lifestyle. It was everything that i'd always dreamed of having that flexibility to build the pack up my little back back in my laptop and just kind of work from anywhere from the comfort of my home In any location that i was interested in traveling to psychologically. Are you looking for your ultimate home like the place where you really belong or is is the journey itself kind of your goal. I would say right now. I'm looking to have a travel hub. Where i can essentially visit countries and visit the world from. So maybe it's spending nine months in that travel hub and then three months traveling around the world. Whatever the breakdown is. I want to have some sort of location where i can have a little bit more deeper. Connections routes and then be able to travel from that location.
"nine month" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"L. Cincinnati decisions about new witnesses and evidence still have to be made but the impeachment trial is on with the two o'clock report I meant Reese breaking now laying out their case opening arguments have begun in the impeachment of president trump happening now opening arguments under way on the Senate floor with democratic lead trial manager Adam Schiff detail in an outline today we will begin our trial with the factual chronology we will go into extensive detail about what happened and when and how we know that it happened both Democrats and president trump's attorneys have twenty four hours each over the next three days to present their arguments democratic leaders say they will continue to push for new witness testimony and documents a fight over the rules yesterday ended with Republicans voting to reject amendments by Democrats to subpoena documents so far and it could signal the battle ahead senator Lindsey Graham only thing I can tell the American people when it comes to replacing this president nine months plus from the election you got an up hill battle with me senators must remain in their seats without talking and without cell phones with continuing coverage the impeachment trial of president trump I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health Westchester hospital nationally recognized for providing superior medical care in outstanding patient experiences traffic just a bit heavy now southbound seventy five through Lachlan's down toward Galbraith but did rest the highways in fantastic shape right now with no accidents or slow downs you looking good through the construction on nor seventy one between the lateral and store to end on both approaches to the Brent Spence bridge on seventy five crews cleaning up an accident on fifteen near Hamilton cleaves and on Vernon place at Martin Luther king drive I'm.
"nine month" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Permission intelligence because like lessons in all the states and one hundred thirty if you miss Sean Hannity you'll messed go below sea told senior Democrats she'd like to see the president of president Donald Trump impressive as he's clashing with Jerry Nadler in a meeting over whether to launch an impeachment proceeding they don't have the votes for impeachment he's never going to get convicted in the Senate all this will do we've had four separate investigations into this whole hopes of from Russia of pollution conspiracy for the FBI nine month investigation house Intel investigation bipartisan Senate investigation now the mall a report but they want now a fifth investigation Sean Hannity show from coast to coast later today Sean Hannity weekdays noon to three PM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM KGW N. but talk of Las Vegas if you missed mark Lubin you missed CNN MSNBC ABC montage many of these former Democrat officials in the Clinton Obama administrations and elsewhere put together by gray been others are pertain journalists like wolf Blitzer in Brianna Tyler among others and if you add Democrat representatives thrown in because they all sound the same pushing locking up Donald Trump cut three go ahead you want to see the president United States imprisons some extraordinary statement from the speaker of the house do you agree with her is that how you see it you want to see the president in prison instead of impeaching him so what was your reaction when you heard speaker Pelosi reportedly saying that she wants to see president trump in prison but here's the question would you like to see president trump in prison do you think president trump committed crimes that could be prosecuted he did a win ninety plus he says he wants to see the present United States imprisoned is that all realistic you know I I think it could be realistic no one is above the law and that includes president trump if it determines that it we lead to impeachment or if he ends up in jail so be it almost said that he should be in jail if you become president in twenty twenty would you want your justice department to pursue charges against president trump do you want to see president trump in prison well let me a press to our congressmen do you want to see the president of the United States in jail more than anything else will from look the the lizard brain that I have says I hope bad things happen to this man because he has been so destructive I believe this now turning back done freedom of the press here's some of what you need to know I'm managing editor Rick Stengel glued to the state department is on sector state for public diplomacy and public affairs in the Obama administration Douglas France who wrote for The New York Times the Los Angeles Times was an Assistant Secretary of state for public affairs in the Obama administration Boston globe online politics editor Glen Johnson was a senior adviser at the state department in the Obama administration Washington post writer Stephen bar moved to the labor department is senior managing director of the office of public affairs in the Obama administration Washington post congressional reporter shot law merry became vice president Joe Biden's communications director and later senior adviser to president Obama Rosa Brooks was a columnist for The Washington excuse me for the less Angelus times before taking up his position as undersecretary for ants for policy in the Obama administration mark Lavie in weekdays three PM to six PM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM KGW N. dot talk of Las Vegas M. K. dons my long winded for what I ball report find FNC out brought this all but south point hotel and casino in Las Vegas Nevada Chuck it's.
"nine month" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Rolls into a radiator and ends up injuring his body burns the face of the hair off his face lasting scars parents go to court to sue the landlord and the highest court New Jersey rules in favor of the landlord and Sam's got a problem with the way of saying right simple English man it's ratty AS is only the incident that happened did you ever have a job so I did that I you know what to say because I know proper English radiator as in the movie cars to go to a radiator springs yeah well there goes radiators raising your needs CD we say rad of all the words that you say wrong this might be it might be with the worst ice get radiate radiator now I say I for as long as I've known since I was a little bitty baby tried it it was the right idea as far as I know the dictionary you would use any dictionary that's something you should do that be a good post idea for what's that the Union City dictionary and how you just say a word yeah we like Jersey words and Mike Reno no cable we're going to double down on that and go it was seven some more cryptology the Jersey words but even go even more or you know put the microscope on it even more so with the Union City words because that's a problem you know how often now we're I'm answering the phone it is out here often I know well there I'm I mean and I just like how you doing and stuff like that being around you the city is single learning your learning you're ruining the meet more girls this right Dr Julia and dove under Jersey auto one point five I Julia hi Julia radiator or radiator I'll be I'll be there was someone to pronounce right now I think in the radiator Jill yeah we love Julia give her a price to take his the show what's up Julia I'm gonna have a problem synchronizing with a lot of work also arrive about covering the radiator right because I don't know if people realize that I used to rank a lot of the compartment right and both ready they get hot so flat you are you know sometimes they are like how are the how hard they are the it's like a little like Iran thank you yeah and yeah and yeah and nineteen I make up a bargain that I rented there will always covered with both has he weak armor over so you rented apartments that had the radiator covered New York all right see and all I'm saying is for the landlords protection I guess for insurance purposes you would figure that considering that they people go out of their way with signs in every way to cover themselves that are hot ratty it would have like a sign or cover or some kind of yeah Hey this is hot don't touch it this crazy is that it the landlord they're well aware we leaving in that apartment or the house whatever they're renting and they know there is a little kid so I believe the should consider that as the seating and but again because you know when it comes to parents I don't think we all should you be getting that they're responsible because I believe I I I I I I think they already going back in that moment million times you know yeah the jury yeah I mean regardless of the emotion involved if I have to ask you who's responsible they really are full tear me net yours read your children joy yes I do and I think and some are you looking at it from a mother who feels really bad and I get that but in the but yeah you would you would blame yourself if something like that ever happened to you and you know they they already or then that's what I'm seeing those down it's already blaming themselves and not I believe so every single one of us repeating that it's not going to change anything because they also so where probably a hundred hi can I think nicely you know and they they will supervise the trial enough to make sure that doesn't happen yeah we give them a sympathy you know we do it all but in reality though if there is someone to blame if you had to place blame it would be on the parents all right Susan Bobby Terry please hang out I want to give you more time to get one open slot one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five what we're talking about who's to blame miss so much who's to blame I believe the parents are to blame the do the landlords have any culpability when a nine month old infant rolls up his sister's bed gets stuck against a scalding cast iron radiator having the Jersey city goes all the way to the highest court they in a split decision clear the landlord and the ruling you know when you look at the log the heating system the parts leading up to the radiator all have to be insulated and protected but the radiator doesn't and I'm asking you one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five you got one Chief Justice arguing the regulation does not exclude ready it is but where do you come in should radiators be covered or protected should there be some kind of a sign posted as silly as that is which only I say that because we live in twenty nineteen where we go overboard protecting yourself against everything and.
"nine month" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Listen to the meat just as the anticipation for what they think is massive and you're just beginning to figure out that they don't have a thing and I am predicting that I did the only thing that I am somewhat concerned about is Muller changes mind all the time now based on what Robert Muller has said he's going to stick to his report stand on the nature of the report he originally said as two part two the obstruction first of all you know he he went through great great detail over how hard it is you know you you just can't say somebody obstructed when there's no underlying crime he was never denied anything the White House publicly encouraged everybody to testify with all congressional investigations and with the special counsel investigation and then of course the White House handed over one and a half million documents and the president himself answered questions and it went on for two and a half plus years and you would think that maybe at some point that we'd start getting to what the real crimes are here and all of the other important issues that they have purposely avoided but that time should you get frustrated but I think that's all about to change this week and I don't really care what any of these people like Adam Schiff have to say or or people like Jerry Nadler because I don't think I think this is once again wishful thinking on their part I mean if you go back over to the mall or report itself what did it say and this is the fourth investigation complete now they want investigations five six seven eight nine and ten but the FBI said and you can quote Peter shrug of all people who hates Donald Trump who thinks that Hillary should win a hundred million is zero that had the insurance policy in place and then the guy that you know wrote the exoneration for Hillary well for the investigation the guy that was a part of the sham interrogation of Hillary where they actually allowed other people to be in the interrogation room at the time and all of all of this special treatment they gave Hillary anyway and and of course his you know that the comments about smelly Walmart trump supporters so this is a guy that also said in people forget they have there is no there there and Lisa page in closed door testimony when asked about well the FBI nine month investigation before the appointment of Mahler into any collusion a conspiracy with Russia well I had to say no we had nothing those were her words then the house intelligence committee they had nothing and you would think well maybe that would put an end to this know that the bipartisan Senate committee nothing let's go back to the Muller report one of the words in the what Muller report that the investigation meeting the molar investigation this is their words did not establish the trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government in the rushes in its election interference activities so what part of that is you know let's look at this here what part of that don't people understand now we all know because we've interviewed many constitutional experts in attorneys on this program and the president under article two powers also hand the ability to fire Muller anytime that he wanted a fire mode he didn't do it and did the president complained yes did the president called a witch hunt often was it in the end proven to be true no it was the president was screaming about his innocence turned out he was innocent was frustrated at the amount of time that he and his team had to spend dealing with this these trumped up charges and I think like a lot of us have a lot of questions for Muller about the so called priority of his investigation you know how is it that way for the first most obvious push Mr baller when did you know what you ultimately put in your reports that the trump campaign that you couldn't establish that they coordinated with the Russian government in their election interference activities when did you know once you knew that why did you keep going why then we just found this out last week did you pick somebody like Andrew Weissmann if you read license to live by Sydney Powell who is now general Flynn's attorney well there are instances spelled out in specific details about how Weissman literally withheld exculpatory evidence you any prosecutor will do that will do that means that they do not care about the law they don't care about truth they only care about wins and losses and some of them get so caught up in the winning and losing of the cases they forget about what their principal job is which would be the administration of justice and I think one of the harder questions that you know Mahler's gonna have dancers about Weissman why would you let this guy who was withheld exculpatory evidence why would he be calm your main guy why would you allow Weissman who was at Hillary's victory party we learned last week end up hiring the people that ended up being the special counsel team and not one of them was a Republican most of them had donated to only Democrats so there's a political tape right from the get go why would you ever hire Jeannie ray who is Hillary Clinton's attorney how did you how would you set it up that way now when you had time Mister Muller for fair investigations which are rarely rarely prosecuted and loan applications that people light on and tax violations that people cheated on taxes in years gone by two very stupid things to do by the way as a side note to anybody out there don't do it it's against the law don't cheat on your taxes it's the guns the law don't lie on a loan application okay why did you have time for that Farrah violations taxi medallions but you didn't have time with the broadest mandate possible to look at election interference especially Russian how did you not and in any way shape matter of form want to get to the bottom of the fact that Hillary Clinton the other candidate in this case not only was exonerated when the evidence was overwhelming and incontrovertible and other people have gone to jail for far less Christian South Sea is the first name that comes to mind it took six pictures of the submarine but violation of the espionage act how is it possible that Hillary Clinton had marked emails top secret classified special access programming information on an outside server a clear no M. B. UT clear compelling case of a violation of the espionage act and then of course any other American I would think that have subpoenaed emails that the leads them cleans the hard drives with bleach bit acid washes them and then bust up the devices just in case any of the evidence lingers and pull out sim cards how is that not obstruction how did you not investigate the dirty Russian dot CA there's a lot of legal issues associated with their you know did they take campaign funds they funnel it and tried to hide it as a legal expense when they knew that the law firm they hired Perkins co we was going to go out and hire an op research group fusion GPS that went out to hire a foreign national and that in the end the foreign national push came to shove wouldn't even stand by his own dossier and said under oath under threat of perjury that I have no idea of any of this is true how would you not look at the fact that the first prize application was signed in October twenty sixteen and I I'd like to know what part of of that it was and was not part of Russian interference considering that same information was leaked to conspiracy theorists and and friendlies of the Democratic Party I'm like Michael is a call for left wing hack or David corn a left wing hack or the Washington post you know obviously an anti trump pro Hillary publication how could you not see that is it interfering with Russian lies in the middle of an election how do you not look at the fact that Aaron for Weissman your number one guy was was hanging out hold hold on election night at Hillary Clinton campaign headquarters how do you ignore the fact that Weismann himself that he himself was briefed by Bruce or about the contents of the dirty dossier in August of twenty sixteen but according to all accounts you use that as a road map as part of your investigation and in that meeting he was told still hates trump it's not verified and Hillary paid for it but they use them anyway how in fact was it not a conflict of interest for you Mister Muller when the day before rob Rosenstein hired you as special counsel you interviewed with Donald Trump for the position of F. B. I. director and in that meeting you were told exactly what James call me was fired how is it possible now that we know all of this information about Russia about Ukrainians in their attempts to sway the American public can influence the election by digging up in providing third on manta fort and others in Ukraine and they're offering all that information how did you ignore that aspect when you have the broadest mandate possible you know what do you know about this professor Masud well I think John Solomon is going to be talking about later this week Jon Solomon has breaking news today and is going to break it on the program later but we now find out the two weeks after being appointed Andrew Weissmann secretly offered a plea deal to a Ukrainian are all a guard by the name of Dimitri Firtash at this is only two weeks into the investigation into your being hired and you also apparently subcontracted out the hiring of all of your staff to injure Weiss but with is atrocious track record and anyway we didn't know before the the details of all this a let John Solomon tell you about at the top of the next hour but people with direct knowledge of all of this that the deal was a really sweet deal that would have been made for this Ukrainian oligarch that would have served multiple purposes and would have had a lot of consequences and you know what part of that didn't you want to investigate or understand if the mandate was about interference well why not Ukrainian interference if the mandate was about Russian interference how do you not want to know about the Russian dossier that was leaked to the public before the election if you don't want if you want to know about Russian interference as The New York Times characterizes the thirty point and bought and paid for dossier as Russian disinformation from the get go and then that Russian disinformation from the get go was used to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on an American citizen and then spy on all things trump campaign trump transition from presidency how did you ignore that part of the investigation as well you know as it relates to the dossier you know you you have a lot of questions to answer here and what about a conflict of interest are you not a witness even in your own case and does the president under article two powers did he not have the power to fire you if you wanted to and why do you need to sign any of the FISA warrants after you are appointed you would have had the ability to at least signed the third renew old fourth buys a warrant but that ended up in the hands of rod Rosenstein handed that happened who wrote this report what is the motive how do you get to obstruction when there's no underlying crime how do you not look into the other candidates and Russian interference with Hillary and direct interference and direct payments and direct lies that were told the American people before the election how do you.
"nine month" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Thousand dollars and nine month. Wow. And your range of income during that time. Well, we started at sixty at the height of it. We were at eighty nine and our income we have settled back down to sixty five thousand way to go guys. Very well done what kind of debt was the forty three. Well, about ten thousand of it which credit card debt and fourteen thousand two hundred of it was the student loans and eighteen thousand seven hundred of it was a loan on a track. Okay. So what did you do to get rid of it that fast and nine months, you kicked it out? You must've saw something. Well, you know, when we started I own a preschool program, and and businesses so that definitely affected our income. We had started. But almost as soon as we decided to get this going business picked up which was great. And I also picked up a side job bartending at a local brewery, and I also taught worth riding lessons one day week. Oh my goodness. You guys went crazy. And the endless putting in plenty of hours his job too. So. Yeah. Way to go guys. Excellent. Excellent job. So what got you started on this nine months ago? You got fired up. Well, my my sister several several years ago gave us your money makeover bucks that I promptly put on a shelf and forgot about until it was time for me to Monte. I graduated college, and I actually work your snowball plan after college I got my own that paid off that got married, but you know, like, I said business was so at the time, and I remembered what being debt free felt like and just trying to make ends meet it wasn't necessarily one big thing that happened except that I was just sick and tired of being sick and tired, and and worrying about money all the time. Yeah. So I just kind of clicked. Dan, she sits down and goes his time to do this. Or did you sit down hookah was the initiator on this? No, it would definitely her. I think I was a little bit. A little bit hard to start on the program. I guess it was kind of one of those. I didn't exactly see seeing that in game until I started listening to the daily podcast and. Your books and whatnot. I I kind of needed to see a little bit more of a plan before I kind of went all in on it. Yeah. Okay. All right. Cool. Well, you do have to understand why we're doing it. Nobody wants to deeply sacrifice because it's fun. It's not that would be weird. No. You know? So good good for you, man. Well done you guys. How's it feel to have? No, dad. It feels incredible. So amazing. So are the biggest thing we did to move the needle was we sold my truck. That was our biggest loan. Aw. Right. Right. So I went from a very nice truck down to a one thousand dollar car blow a little bit of a of an adjustment. Yeah. Since we've been debt free. And we started. Saving money. We were able to upgrade my car and just go to the dealership and write a check. Yeah. That feels good to completely completely different place to be for. Sure. Very so how far into the nine months before you decide to sell the truck. Well, that was that was our last debt. We were pretty much on our way. And we were kind of just looking at how much longer do we want to be working snowball versus how bad we just want to be done with it. By then you're emotionally onboard your deep into it by then and you go, okay. Let's flip the switch and be done. Yes. Yeah. Lindsay more or less said we can take the time to pay it off. Or if you want to sell it. We can sell it. Yeah. Good for you, man. Well done you guys. What do you tell people the secret to getting out of debt is? Well, obviously the budget is very important. You know, tell your money what to do, but a little a couple of other tactical things that I, you know, more realistic things that I found was when I go grocery shopping is actually advice from a friend. Who's also on your plan is when I go grocery shopping to count down how much money we have in the grocery budget. So that when it gets to the register it's not huge surprise that. We don't have any money lack of that was very, very helpful. We we did eat a lot of leftovers. So that helped. Yeah. Lots of lots of meals with my parents and in laws from them inviting us over the Pat down any free meals. That's for sure. Yeah. Very cool. Well, good you guys way to go. Congratulations. Very very proud of you. So did you have people cheering you on or people saying, you're crazy? Yes, we had we had a pretty good support system. All while we were gone through it, obviously Lindsey sister and brother-in-law were the ones who introduced her to the program, and our family was great. I don't wanna say they always necessarily understood exactly one hundred percent we were getting at, but they were very supportive. Nonetheless. Very proud of us now, and we also have have several friends who are working your baby steps along with. So that was very helpful to now we're way to go you guys very well done. We've got a copy of Chris Hogan's retire inspired book for you. We want that to be the next chapter in your story at signed by him that you become millionaires and outrageously generous as you go along. Okay. Looking forward to it. Proud of you guys, Dan and Lindsey Saint Louis, Missouri. Forty three thousand dollars paid off in nine months making sixty to eighty nine count it down. Let's hear a debt free scream. Every..
"nine month" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"As a single mother with little support from her child than pleasant father or her own parents. She struggled to make ends meet while working, low wage, jobs and relying on government assistance. Stephanie turned to cleaning houses g barely earned minimum wage scrubbing toilets the house cleaner while she reluctantly took her child to a daycare. She could afford which is not what she really wanted for her daughter. A smart woman. She took classes online to earn a college degree and she began to write relentlessly. She started a blog which led to her memoir into new book made hard work, low pay and a mother's wilder survive. Stephanie land explores the underbelly of upper middle class, America. And the reality of it's like to be in service to them made public spy shed and Stephanie is in studio. Congratulations on the book, by the way. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me the first line your book. Is jarring. And that is it is devastating. And it's simple. And that first line is my daughter learned to walk in a homeless shelter. How did you find yourself in a homeless shelter with a nine month old well relationship that I was in prove to be toxic and dissolved, and I was forced out of that place that we're living in stayed with my parents for a few weeks and that didn't work out either. And the only place that I could find to go to was a homeless shelter. And you said you stay with your parents, your parents, divorced, and they had different levels of ability or some case desire to help you. Let's talk about your data a little bit. Okay. When you stayed with your dad, what was that experience? I saw a lot of struggle in him. He wanted to be in a position where he could help me. And I just truly believe that he couldn't it was at the height of the recession. He wasn't electrician and watched a lot of work disappear and that concerned him, and I think he really wanted to be able to provide a home temporarily or I don't know how long for but for me and my daughter and his granddaughter, but he just couldn't as a result of him. Not being able to what happened to you. I was homeless. I mean, I was already homeless when staying with him, but very truly homeless packed all of my belongings in a car. My other things we're in a storage unit and called around to local homeless shelters until I found an available spot. What went through your mind when you finally found that available spot. I was extremely grateful a little disappointed because it was in port Townsend, and that was the place that I just ran from. But it made more sense because then Mia could be handed off to her father for the visit visitation schedule that we had just set up temporarily with the court system. So it did make it easier on her because then I wasn't having to travel for hours in order for her to see him for a couple of hours. One of the things you get throughout. The course of the book is all the difficult choices you have to make that you in decisions you have to make. It's a lot of either or not either ender sort of a nice an add on is. You're really constantly having to go back and forth between two different things. Neither one is exactly what you'd want. What was that experience like for you personally? What kind of told take on you? I felt extremely limited aid. I I think when you don't have options, you're constantly being told no like and being told what you want doesn't matter because this is what you can get and it's incredibly humbling and humiliating and degrading as an adult is an independent person to feel like you don't get the chances are opportunities that even your friends do or your peer group does what's an example of that? Oh, just the. I mean, what you choose to buy at the grocery store. I mean, I watched friends post on Facebook about what they saw people on food stamps buying and they really enjoyed posting about like they bought on food stamps, really. And so every single time I went to the grocery store, I was very aware of what I was purchasing who was in line around me what the cashier was thinking. And so it's something as simple as like not being able to buy your kid a candy bar because you're afraid of being humiliated in some way. There was also this interesting moment, and I want to get back to your family. But since we're going down this track. You know, you describe having to you snap and wig, and and not being able to buy your daughter, the milk that you thought was healthy for her because of some limitation would you explain that to folks that limitation that that was put on oh that was through the wick program, and that's called women. Infants and children and you used to get I'm not sure if it's the same, but you used to get these huge paper coupons that would allow you to buy milk cheese beans, peanut butter and carrots and really really specific things and through part of the limits of their funding. They no longer made available organic milk. And so I had a current wick check. But the system at the grocery store had already switched over. So it was no longer ringing up as a wick item. And I really wanted the organic milk. Something that like, I really tried to make sure that my daughter had was whole organic milk. Like, I was feeding her all of this other what I considered, you know, kind of junk food or boxed food, but at least she had like, really good milk and. When it didn't bring up as a wick item. I made a stink about it. And normally I I never did that because you hold up the line and people get mad, and they did and the man in line behind me just was continuing to get more and more frustrated and then as I was leaving. He said, you're welcome like like he had personally paid for my fancy milk with his tax money or something like that. And that goes to the point you made earlier about having your choices limited like, you were just trying to make a good choice for your daughter, and you were judged for it. Yeah. Why people you didn't even know? Yeah. And and there was really just a fine line in purchasing food because you couldn't I felt like I couldn't buy junk, food or bad food. But I also couldn't find by fancy food like meat, or you know, good milk organic vegetables like that wasn't allowed. But also the junk food wasn't allowed either. So it was it was an odd experience going to the grocery store. Yeah. I don't think most people think about how the how stressful. It could be just to go to the grocery store. And I every time I read in the book, I just feel like this. I felt your stress as you were just trying to figure out. How can I feed my daughter this week and myself, and then be the world's going to tell me what I can feed my daughter this week. Yeah. Yeah. I remember every single time. I watched the tally on the grocery store, cashiers computer screen or something just like feeling this knot in my stomach getting bigger and bigger. Like trying to mentally add up everything before it went through the register or scanner. And just like, oh my God. What if I have to put something back while I have to put something back, and it was extremely stressful. My guess is Stephanie land that even her book is hard work low, Panama. There's welter survived made. We're going to get to be the reason that you were having to do all these calculations because of the work. You were doing wasn't really paying you a good living wage by do a rollback to your family, your dad, tried to help whether it's very very sad scene early on when you go to lunch with your mother and her new husband, and I'm sure people will, you know, you have the strong maternal instinct, and you sort of flop maybe your mom would have the same instinct, but it didn't turn out to be the case. Tell me a little bit about your mom during this early period. I I don't know. Honestly, I don't know what happened it just it very much seemed like she saw me as an equal. My parents raised me to be independent and raised me to live my own life after eighteen basically, and I did that. And I always worked, and I supported myself I had to pay for college. You know had to pay for my own vehicles insurance and never got any help from them. And that continued when they helped me move out of a homeless shelter into transitional housing. And then we went out for lunch and her husband expected me to treat them to lunch because they helped me move which under normal circumstances. You know, that would be considered normal. But I only had ten bucks in my checking account, and I had no idea when I was going to get some more money. And I couldn't pay and. Her husband got really upset, and she didn't really back me up and that kind of changed my relationship with her. And it never really went back to a mother daughter relationship to this day. Why I haven't talked to her in several years. So I'm at this point almost completely estranged from my family and have been for quite a while. In the book, you write about this is a really interesting passage you write about. When you were a teenager working to help people who were in difficult circumstances. And what's that was like to come full circle? And be in that situation yourself, would you would you mind reading this this passage on page twenty four. Oh, sure. As a teenager. I spent some afternoons in downtown Anchorage handing out bagged lunches to homeless people. We were there to witness and share the gospel with them in exchange for their listening ears. We fed them apples and sandwiches. I'd say Jesus loves you the one man smiled at me and said he seems to love you a little more. I washed cars to fundraise for travel to orphanages in Baja Mexico or to do bible camps for children in Chicago looking back on those efforts and the place. I was now scrambling to find work and safe housing. Those efforts though noble where charity and band-aid work that made poor people into caricatures anonymous paper angels on a tree I thought back to the man who answered the door the one I had given a small bag of gifts to now. I'd be opening the door accepting charity accepting that I couldn't provide for my family accepting their small token. A new pair of gloves a toy. In their impulse to feel good. But there wasn't any way put health care or childcare on the list. My guest is Stephanie land in the name of her book is made hard work. Low paying mothers will to survive. A lot of the book is about you wind just wanting to be a good mom, and you really wanting to be a family for Mia, and what you have to do to do that. And. You have to make a decision. A lot of people have to make the decision of is to put your child in daycare while you go out and try to scrape allowing and one of the things that sort of difficult is that the daycare situation. You have your child safe is not what you what she'd want. She's mea comes home. Sick a lot right? Tell us a little bit about. What it was like for you to put me in those situations. Even though you knew you were going to make money for the family, but you did have to drop her off. Who was hard? And that was another one of those things that I didn't have a choice. I could either leave her there could not work and not pay rent and not have a place for her to sleep at night. So. I've I've had readers told me that when they read the line about me dosing her with Tylenol to drop her off at daycare. So that she wouldn't be sent home for at least a good part of the morning. So that I could get at least one house done that morning. Someone wrote in a review that was when they put the book down because that was so frustrating, but then she thought about it. And she's like I cannot believe being in that position myself of having to decide between going to work or taking care of my sick child. And the daycare wasn't ideal. But it was one of the only places that I could go to you. I had a grant a government grant for childcare and not many places except those grants because they often don't pay the full amount that daycare charges, and there's a lot of regulations. And so it's it's hard to find places that will accept the voucher one of the things in and listening to you, speak and reading even you're very smart. You're a good writer, you figured out the system, you knew having to do the grants that all these people who don't have your basic guy given talents, and, you know, your basic smarts in your ability to navigate the system people who maybe English isn't their first language, or maybe they're not able bodied like how difficult it is for people who are just trying to make a living and take care of their children. Yeah. And it goes down to you. You, you know, you need internet access, you need access to a computer, you need the ability to print out and scan forms, you need sometimes you need proof of residency by a utility Bill or there's so many things that they require just to prove that you need assistance, and to prove that you don't have money squirrelled away somewhere or that you truly are in need. And then once you're able to prove that then you're constantly having to prove that you're working. And for someone like me who later supplemented a lot of my regular job with self employment. It was a scramble to prove that I was actually working those hours. When did you first aside, I'm gonna clean houses? This is what I'm going to do. This is how I'm gonna make ends meet. I didn't really decide it just became the only job. That would hire me. I probably handed out ten resumes of week for a few months and. You know, I had worked mostly in coffee shops. But I was smart, and and available and able to do most of the jobs I applied for, but it was the recession, and I was up against people with masters degrees and people with a lot of experience who had been laid off. And we're now working the entry level positions. So house cleaning was the only job that I could find that. I could work at once. You started cleaning homes, what misconception did you realize that you had about being a house cleaner are made about being house cleaner. I I thought it was just going to be a job. I didn't know it would be so isolating. And so overwhelming. To walk into a house. You know, pretty good sized house and only have three hours to clean the entire thing..
"nine month" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Giving. Airbnb for. Four hours need a nine month rental right there in your overeat. What do you pay that person? Obviously dollars. It's very odd dollars. If she paid hundreds whole year salary there because they can't drink. They're giving up everything they can't work. They gotta eat. Right. They got a they live their house probably know, they probably have their own place. I sure in in their mentioned, the state probably had their own wings one hundred thousand dollar job though. I assume something like that. I don't think you can see them more in that case of all the extra steps you have to go through in confidentiality and all that stuff. Probably few hundred thousand. And then is that just? Do they give birth away? Julius Caesar was a believe. So it is a belief. So okay. What does that mean when I said joy Caesar, FOX. Well, I have no idea. It's a Syrian like The. the. Wow. I'm surprised at how little surrogate got what do you mean? Forty five thousand. Just rolling into a trailer park. Damn fucking Baylor. Surrogate forty five thousand ten payments of forty five hundred and they paid the agency the founder ser surrogate. Jesus Christ seventy thousand agency just pimping out the stomachs that makes so much sense. Barely entry level money. I don't I don't I just forty thousand. What's like crazy? If you're doing absolutely nothing. That is a great salary to have to do. Absolutely nothing with your life except for eat. Right. And then. You're still have to birth. I mean, that's your life sucks for sure. I don't think it's worth. But I thought I would think a lot more because your baby like if that baby is a lot of money. Yes. Especially in the Kris Jenner run world. You would think that you would wanna park your car? That's potentially going to be worth millions in a in a garage. That was kept kept like one Instagram post for for yet. His. One incident -absolutely for the least popular person in that family. Yeah. It's probably one Instagram posts in one swipe late. Rob. Like getting a new decker dishing on the house, though, you take the lowest bid, you know, maybe people fighting article in. That's just the going rate for all surrogates, you don't get more money. If it's if it's a celebrity. These agencies are pimping tip after the babies out. Fuck after it probably got probably tip slot. She'll pry read a book too. I carry came in Connie as kid blue Ivy. Everybody talked about that potentially being a surrogate because beyond say like two weeks after pregnancy was beyond say again, I don't know. I don't know the truth behind that. But she took those pictures. Maternity pictures. A and I it was an old man in front of seventy. But let's say they did. But okay, let's go with somebody else. Yeah. But let's say that was surrogate that mom carried blue Ivy of blue Ivy goes onto become the next fucking Riano beyond say or anything like that that probably is a story worse deli. Oh, for sure how I created blue Ivy. Senator earnings who know me know you. Think about but that agencies get for for sure. Killing babies. It's a scary thing valves and bad spot. What happened she when I run in the snow? You know, we took a bunch of pictures out there. I got out there. And she was just so jacked up because she loves it. Every dog seems to love Snowville. Yeah. Just like a cold soft. I feel like she thought it was like foam almost running around recklessly. She was fucking reckless. I've never seen valve this, reckless Val. My dog half sharpei half pit bull came into the house with Samantha's the only pet. Valerie was the only pet is the first dog that ever loved me. And then I loved this dog. And I have a great relationship. Sam has since then brought in four cats as well. Val still the only dog we've tried out a couple of other dogs, and they're all we got a farm, but vow was running around reckless in. Then we get in such scarf on had a good time. We wrestled in snow little bit. She was. Sprinting around the whole house, though, I got some hills there. She was just losing her mind. We get inside she dries off. And then she just lays down and then she puts her ears back..
"nine month" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Dot com slash deconstructed or any podcast platform let's get back to the book for second in that expert and the fact that you're in it and you have this moment of of being tearful moment getting caught up in the him this is an intensely personal book in one of the opening scenes you are talking to your obgyn about harvesting eggs in you're in the position to have eggs harvested that's one of those intimate places a person can be what has it been like for you to put yourself out there in this way in this book it's been incredibly vulnerable to be honest with you i actually spoiler but i had a baby right around the time of the book coming out so it was like sort of the two most emotional vulnerable things i've ever put myself through came at the same time incredibly blessed but also it was a bit it was it was emotionally no i think the i think the more people read the book they get that the kind of personal aspect i always thought of this is sort of julia and julia politics instead of cooking this kind of figure that took over my twenties and thirties but initially when the book leaked it was the kind of salacious inside the campaign details that got out and i completely understand that but then i think when people thought is this game change and wise was the author talking about freezing her eggs you know it was a bit of a think initially was a bit of a hard sell for some you know political junkies who were thinking it was gonna be another kind of insight the campaign book i wanted to do something very personal i felt like we had this conflict of the first woman with a real shot at the presidency largely female press corps you know more women vote more women read books and yet all of these great campaign books that i read in the past or all written with this voice of great men getting inside the campaigns of other great men and so this was a chance to write you know what's it like to cover the first woman president when you're also negotiating all these things in your own personal life and to certain degree i think thread that runs through the book isn't just about how she defined your life but a certain degree of identification between you and hillary very candid about your own ambition in the book like reference in that reading to the wrestling over bylines you talk about how easily manipulated you are by your editor when she threatens to take away from page story how you walk off the plane to file the story or you know change your schedule you know leave your husband whatever you need to do and i think you also talk pre frankly about really admiring these saint hillary the hillary that is the methodist activist mean did you feel that as you were covering her that there is a sort of parallel between you yeah i mean this was always the tension in covering hillary you know i could see hillary in the moment as the candidate who ignored me or who you know couldn't get a straight answer to give us when we would ask her tough questions or would just go weeks without press conferences that hillary who frustrated may but then i had done so much reporting and continued to do through the campaign on these different chapters of her life so there would be you know the hillary who went undercover in alabama in the seventies to investigate a school segregation she posed as a housewife trying to enroll a white child in school and was assured that no black students would be admitted i mean the there is there were these chapters of hillary's life than i defied with another one was when bill clinton lost reelection in nineteen eighty two and hillary was sorry nineteen eighty and hillary was a young mother with a nine month old baby who had to find a place for them to live who had to put an extra hours at the rose law firm who was really just a working mom with the husband who was home you know just stewing over his over for his loss and with his future very uncertain so there were these chapters of hillary's life that i did identify with i mean at the end of the book i i mentioned the scene when she found out she was pregnant and had just found out i was pregnant and.
"nine month" Discussed on Westworld: The Recappables
"Timelines everyone will just dive in figure out what happened and then but that's the crazy thing is just to build on the scrambled timelines made to show easier to understand in a way if you once you parse out i mean it with a couple of weird moments like you know throughout the show and you knew what you were looking for i don't know that it made it easier to understand but you knew that something was going to happen and they really didn't give us any information that way is made the show more of a mystery say it was was more loudly proclaimed that it was a mystery right i mean nothing happened in that flash i mean like yeah i don't know the skipping around timelines thing was just kind of like an intentional few scare me like but yeah i i don't know what it was very right relief thing it was like yeah when when he was when bernard was like oh yeah had to scramble my own memories yes gesturing it something while labor into conceal it i think it's just but yeah i am with you on the fact that like this could have been done in a much simpler way but i mean who would want simple from the show i guess i thought it was really simple episode i dunno guys don't get any of this last theory this is from stephen lawrie on read it season three is going to be about real world deloris working some shitty desk job barely making ends meet and realizing the real world is not all it's cracked up to be wishing she had just joined the rest of the hosting utopia forever it's it's the nine to five remake we've all been waiting for not do you guys want to do some season end awards real quick chair is that all the theories of people have about the show that's all that's all people are talking about well there's i mean there's a lot but i mean it's hard because i think a lot of the lisa joying jonathan nolan theories that are explanations were basically versions of here's what happened with this or kind of looting to like we don't know work cited a right that if you read between the lines the william thing thousand theories but like they're just like no that was really far away we're embarking on the westworld off season we end who knows there may be an emergency potter to in our future but you know it's not exactly going to be like what team lebron's going gonna sign with for the next nine month's overlying it takes to get them back on the air but we are probably you know westworld is not a game of thrones level but we're probably going to be entering a period where it's like you know if james marsden shows up on set someone will find it we'll capture it on their iphone and we're will leak out and yeah and we can because this is the last episode we can quickly do dead theories are peered yeah let's play the stop it's just make everything portmanteau i just did i don't that word is but all right periods is great so the first thing we discussed on the show and the driving force the first five at the soad's the continuity errors on the beach bernard wearing teddies close finishing carl strands sentences on the beach after he just woke up no one offering any medical attention or food of any kind of finding an extra two weeks all it to nothing and that wasn't being moved through time or teddy it was yet none of that with the super wrong we were super wrong about.
"nine month" Discussed on Conversations with People Who Hate Me
"How are you the voice is the voice this is my voice i it's not just a pretend voice for the podcast my real voice yeah it just we got a there's a siren just passing good i hope they're saving someone so emma what are we here to do do the intro to the podcast yes that's exactly it so emma yeah in only as many details as your comfortable sharing tell me about you i am an artist i twentyfive i use the pronouns they them i think what's relevant to this podcast at the very least is that i am well known for this artwork i did at columbia university titled mattress performance carry that weight and what is mattress performance yet majesty performance was this nine month endurance performance art piece that i did during my senior year at columbia where i carried a dorm room mattress that was the same type as the one that i was assaulted on everywhere i went on campus for as long as i went to school with the guy who assaulted me i think i have to tell the whole story you know there are many people who react to trauma by freaking out whereas when at ver that there's a crisis i kind of like become more quiet after my salt i went to the bathroom like looked at the bruce's on my neck and like made my bed and went to sleep you know i told a few friends what had happened but i didn't want to make a big fuss about it i just kind of wanted to carry on with my life the way it was and wanted it it to not have happened and i thought i think i might have unconsciously felt that like doing something extra about it would have made it more of a big deal than i'd wanted it to be at all so then i didn't do anything about it for months but i was at this party and kind of locked eyes with this woman and she just came up to him it was like we need to get a coffee and it was like okay that's a don't know what this could be about but sure so we got coffee and she told me that she'd been in an intimate partner violence relationship with him with visit same guy who assaulted you yeah and then we kind of like we were sitting on the steps of low library at columbia and we discussed other rumors we'd heard and i reached out to some of them and i mean one one woman had this really gruesome story but she didn't feel comfortable speaking out about it and then the head of the literary society he and i are both in told me that she'd received sexual assault complaints about him from three more members so in total that was six people at columbia who'd been assaulted by him so at that point i realized that me being silent and just trying to go on with my life was actually putting people in danger because he was liable to harm more and i'm sorry how did this first person know about the woman who you first opened up to about it because i'd 'cause i told a few friends about it initially into said don't tell anyone but you know i guess rumors spread even when you tell your friends not self evil but you know i'm glad that they broke that promise to me because it ended up being a good thing so me and two of the women who were assaulted by him we opened up our college handbook and it said call the rape crisis centers so we did that and you know they dragged our cases on for almost a year they basically threw out each of our cases for different reasons so it was at that time that just so happen to be that this woman she was writing and article for the campus magazine about how columbia handles these sexual assault cases and one of her friends was one of my friends and he said you too need to talk because this writer needs to hear the story so she wrote this anonymous article about me and the other two survivors it it kind of blew up at least within the columbia candidate because it was people were shocked to read just how bad the procedures were and it was at the time that senator gillibrand was rating her campus sexual assault bill and i guess someone on her policy team read the article so senator gillibrand team reached out.
"nine month" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"Try and do this again whereas scalise might because of that human interest factor that you're talking about maybe he maybe he would have a better shot at that whereas on the flip side if all you need is half plus one of your conference for that internal vote to become a minority leader maybe mccarthy has a better has the inside shot at that because of the longevity of his relationships and his work with within the house it's a fascinating question the question mccarthy becomes become minority leader but again his relationship with trump as you know there's been talking about mccarthy maybe white house chief staff and there's a possibly democracy one it'd be minority leader let me make one other point about being speaker you win the election in november speaker vote is not till january and you know they have they haven't eternal vote inside the republican conference at that point saying yes he's our speech speech your speaker designate but the floor vote doesn't start until the congress congress starts and you know the fallacy that people have about leadership actions is not whether or not they like a person are they may like kevin mccarthy then people vote for someone in speaker in a leadership race because it helps them on whatever low politically personally financially in terms of fundraising however it helps them and then and and you know if they think mccreadie means speaker would help them that's fine you know and not bill they won't vote for him and it doesn't matter if they lake or not that's the wrong brummer it's that they you know wouldn't benefit them to having him speaker and that's why being eventually lost his hold on the conference as a really good point.
"nine month" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"Members are coming to which is it just sucks to be a member of congress and that the drawbacks outweigh the benefits by a lot and so they're stepping down but look at when they're doing it is april now it is very late in the election cycle for them to be stepping down members have been warned if you wanna protect the party you want to protect the majority you want to be team players you should have done this back in january the message went out to everyone and many members did that but the fact that they're doing it now tells you that there's sort of an every man and woman for himself mentality in the republican party because of the current environment to problem win charlie says and right now as we speak as we're keeping this ryan's holding a press conference and he's pushing back hard on this fundraising issue saying he's the top fundraiser why would you take them off the field but this is an issue is the money coming to ryan because he's ryan or did you becoming too ryan because he's speaker okay and this is this is the issue they face when bainer left in twenty fifteen bainer was phenomenally good fundraiser and they was oh we're going to lose a lot of money because you know being coming off the field well you know ryan stepped in there i think if you talked to mccarthy your school lease or bad faction that one's ryan ago now they'd say the money will come to the republican leader okay it doesn't matter who the republican leaders and then the second part of this in the age of super pacs when one person can stroke a check for ten million twenty five million fifty million dollars that is not it you know the amount of money raised through through the rc or through even in re election committees is not as important as or is not as critical as the money that they can come in super pacs you know congressional leadership fund or anything also in one third point you do have president trump he's gonna raise a bunch of money for in the nrc i mean you know you wanna ryan leaves trump was still be there and then the president will raise money for the party.
"nine month" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"All the sudden all three of those pillars look at risk i mean the the first one it seems like the this district advantage was already being overtaken by the political environment and a lot of places we'll have to see if that continues to play out but the incumbency advantage with all these retirements coming in and potentially the fundraising are now at risk of drying up yeah i mean i think his bread it's an unmitigated disaster for the republican party there was a great quote in that story that you're talking about in schneider story from tom davis who's a well known character in dc and he's the you know the former our chairman he's so he's the guy who for several cycles was charged with about protecting the republican majority so he knows congressional districts and the house wells anyone in his quote was this is like eisenhower stepping down before d day and i think there's a lot of truth to that because there is the aspect that ryan is a money minting machine leaders of parties tend to do that john bainer did that nancy pelosi mince money for the democratic party so there's that cash aspect that's worrisome but here's the other thing i think if you broaden the lens and look beyond ryan look at what's happened just over the last month alone in the republican majority so you have ryan stepping down you have ryan kostenko the member of a pretty competitive swing seat in pennsylvania stepping down yesterday it was buried in the ryan news but another member of congress dennis ross in florida steps down so kostelic in ross or fairly junior members they have made the decision that it decision meant.
"nine month" Discussed on The Corner
"And don't like announce his name yeah i like i mean i mean i just do libya has been pretty good ever done them is one of those guys who's been around for a while who've seen every time you see he's one of those guys but people like he's gonna put it all together he's going to be great and then he loses a fight this won't be the fight that he loses nine month ranked he's doing he's not bad not done i think we'll take this one alex caserta someone's carver our logo artem kinda got like big brother by kabibi below this week that's gonna be weird here's the return that message to the burger king and see if he'll defend his honor i'm going to concerts i really never been a fan of logo fire yeah i mean artem could just ground up but he could but artists he has this weird plotting style where he just kinda comes forward tries land big fan if caceres a smart he'll use his footwork in his is a pretty solid ground game in strike striking our point but if you stupid he'll go in there stay in the pocket swing knocked out but i'm going to pick a sarah's as well joe lows on versus christie not pronouncing last night drew's in michael cruising mica yeah that's a no for chris i'm not not feeling well chris two in a row lows last two in a row is wells have ramesseum he's losing yes a little bit different for joe lows on he got knocked up clayton to which absolute nc coming in los stevie ray is royal so but i think loews gets back on track with a submission victory any lose on just has the better experience and we talked about quality of opponents his quality opponents is very hot.
"nine month" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Titian of back in two thousand twelve but the very quickly came to agreement with the taxi and limousine commission and found that middle ground between transportation service and digital platform the city came up with regulations tailored for cuba uber complied with them on this contrast would see oregon except for portland who but has banned across the state of oregon right now because they haven't been able to find that middle ground i think that the service itself poses challenges because it flies in the face of what we use too but i think oba's personality in the past as pugilist rather than as a pacify of has also been partly responsible for the level of caught regulatory confrontation that we've seen them engaged uber his relished this confrontation i live in washington d c certainly there was a high profile confrontation that we were seem to be enjoying when they came to town that will certainly buubas personality in the past i've seen the dramatic change jin that over the last few weeks that they knew see you dot upclose rochelle he has taken over where he's trying to reposition hoover as a sort of a compliant pot no who is worthy of the public trust rather than disruptive silicon valley platform that breaks all the rules and this decision in the eu is it likely to solidify that new attitude i mean there's a danger here may be that big american cities and their city councils may take the cue from the european union and say no no we want you to be a taxi company while i'm sure that there will be some thinking in municipal governments in the united states subtle reflecting on the structures that they've come up with but labor law in the us is fundamentally different from labour low in the european union a whiff formal open to the independent contract a model hill in cities in the european union and so while i expect some reflection i think we should also recognize that many american cities have spent many.
"nine month" Discussed on The Takeaway
"I want to make it very very clear in this last election is there was one really really big lie after another one of them was that somehow thirty percent of the latinos voted for donald trump we'll guess what in the fourth congressional district that i represent you got 10 percent of the vote you can go and look it up my congressional district is not uniformly latino it's 73 percent latino but it is a majority latino district and you can see how people who voted and i'm gonna tell you something i wanna make sure the american public on this this is a priority for us these kids degrees euled that have come forward signed up given their names their addresses gone through a background check and are now bone ropel to this mass deportation policy up this president we asked them to sign up and now it's our responsibility to protect them and the way to protect them if that means the we deny our votes in the government shutdown that's on the republicans they're the majority party in the house in the senate our responsibility is to bans on agenda of justice and fairness and of priorities and i gotta tell you where the us banic or not as bent where the immigrant ornate year you'll know those kids deserve a pathway forward and congressman in january do you think enough of your democratic colleagues let's say probably in the senate i think you're right about that are going to be willing to go to the matter where you are for a government shutdown they had better or they have on the standing one thing there will be a lot of disillusionment and a lot of anger um at the democratic party i know where the party in the minority but if we had the leverage you'll have the leverage to stop something bad from happening and you don't do it then you're an accomplice of those that are taking that an evil actions against the american people congressman lewis gootia.
"nine month" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Troops are looking for the fixture they're putting the pressure on and and you're referring to it uh spending deal today probably only goes a few weeks uh are you convinced that democrats will have the leverage in midjanuary for some kind of dhaka fix our that they'll be able to push down on republicans and get this deal done then because that seems to be the plan now here's here's the essence of it right where the minority party we've got it use our leverage so with our leverage if you need our votes if you need democratic votes than it's got to be a it's got to be something that's reflective of our values but they want to celebrate christmas and race home for the christmas season and leave millions of kids on without healthcare but what about after christmas congressman because it looks like there's going to be another showdown i don't know maybe around january nineteen through 20th went when this current spending deal expires but here's my point we can do it now we can say look if the government is such a government that is treating people badly and is abusing people and is not fulfilling its commitment as use here than you have a responsibility to say no to that government and the funding that government and if the senators join republican democratic center join republican senators in the senate then you're not fulfilling your commitment than what you said is you can turn your back on a constituent group and you know i wouldn't termite back on women i wouldn't turn my back on gay people i just wouldn't turn my back on the environment just like i wouldn't turn my back on these immigrant youth congressman you seem to be sending a message to democrats everywhere who who largely have latino voters on their side that if they don't come through here they're putting a core constituency at risk look.