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"ornstein" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"ornstein" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Most of them are women received secondary trauma and the reason why they get secondary trauma in reporting is because people will say. Well what were you wearing will. How much did you have to drink. But were you flirting. And so we have to be so diligent in in having the kind of conversations that really put the onus on everyone and i would say especially our young men because our young men are not given the tools that they need to make good choices in relationship and they saw her more than anybody. I mean they don't suffer more than the victim but they suffer in the long term because they've been told a message that is false so for example in ornstein book when she interviewed these young men when they were in college. They were all saying you know. I can't even have sex with my girlfriend because i'm so used to masturbating to pornography. I can't i i wanna loving and trusting relationship. I can't even do that. I don't know. I don't know how to have regular. You know not regular but non-violent sap so it really is it really is something that we've got kind of broadened the lens i think and look at from a lot of different angles in order to You know boy victim blaming for sure but in order to empower all genders you know. I want to be clear. I don't. I'm not blaming the victim or blaming the young girls for following their intuition In a lot of respects the guys who are abusive also have that intuition going and know the they spot a a willing victim pretty easily and that and they grabbed. They tend to find each other. And that's part of trusting your gut. I think that part of the conversation is not only trusting. You got just knowing your intuition but also knowing your own proclivities towards wanting something that is is might be harmful for you and i think in some ways that danger is is deductive in itself that knowing that it could be dangerous for me to get into this in some ways is makes it more attractive and so but I want to go back to to something you said before. About and i forget what exactly he said that made me think of this but when i was a young man and it part of.

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Didn't like i can't believe i have to be here in this foxhole day and night so now can you do imitations of eighty-seven-year-old jim inhofe and eighty six year old. Richard shelby guys. I don't know why mcconnell Mitch mcconnell would would you're talking about here is impossible. I mean we. I couldn't keep people there. I give up okay. That's mcconnell giving up and if we had to do this. I mean i it's i i'm saying the guys you know i'm cold in this foxhole. Can i get like you know. Leave now and get an apartment and warm up and have something to eat and then come back to the foxhole. No we're in the battle of the bulge or thome it's like you know. Hitler didn't end our democracy. The confederacy didn't end our democracy. The mitch mcconnell is going to end our democracy grape this clearly appropriate at this time. The worst thing that happened to congress and recent decades. It's been the routinization of the super majority requirement. The what innovation the routine nine. And now you know like a routine okay routine okay i got it a normal and it's i was in a root cellar for a while and routinization never a hendin it utterly destroyed majority rule and in the congress and this is This is the way to go after and build a movement behind it once people see it in action and i think democrats talked to automate the move on it and lana come I mean some time and In the first two years administration after they abuse it. I mean that's the kind of normal saying earlier. make them abuse it. Make them abuse it. Make them abuse it until everyone goes. Oh come on guys. Come on mean that even joe because joe has said exactly what norm said he said. I don't want i won't vote to end the filibuster. I will vote to modify it. And that's what we're really talking about and actually two and again. I think it's restoring it to what was supposed to be so in a way and that means in a way strengthening it so there. So we win. So let's make a movement everybody my listeners here everybody be cognizant of this and then shouted on the street. Hey you going down the street you know how we can amend the filibuster without ending it so the mansions happy and the personal. Get away from me. I'm just trying to go to mcdonalds. i listen hard. Democracy is is genuinely in crisis. And it's very depressing if Republicans are this shouldn't to yla the rules and norms and basically ignore the popular vote. That's the real concern in in Both elections and they are the trick is to cite the public about. What's going on to increase the majority's and In the meantime work on returning the senate to a body of deliberation and legislating okay. We'll do that few solve everything norm. I'm a. I have nothing to add to that call or justice. Yeah but boy oh boy You know mccown. This is worse than it was in two thousand nine. This is worse than it was in two thousand twelve. When you guys wrote that this is really bad. Well and one thing we can add here. Al is that we focused more on the republican party in the house and senate at that point. Now what we've seen is that this is like a virus spread in the most virulent way to states and to the party at the local level of the cult at the local level and to the public as a whole the fact that even now seventy percent or so of republicans believe that the election was stolen that almost a third say that if your approach to the world is endanger violence would be acceptable.

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"More on how you can use the limitation techniques used by the fbi to negotiate a pay. Raise checkout episode four. Sixty seven with jack shafer on the jordan harbinger. Show welcome back. We're talking to norm ornstein and tom. Man hey norm should we talk about our filibuster. Know our proposal. Why why don't you describe it sure. Well first let's say that. You know joe mansion has said he did it i in an op. Ed in the washington post then wanted in west virginia paper and he said it multiple times. I will not support any change in the rules that ends the filibuster or weakens it so The approach that we have taken is designed to make it clear that this is not weakening. the filibuster you could argue that it's restoring it because it means that the burden falls where it should on the minority a whole idea here. Is that a minority that feels intensely about something but doesn't have majority support either in the senate or in the country that you can Pay the price of Going all out and making sacrifices so that you can shed light on it and change the public and change the senate right now. Of course the burden is entirely on the majority and as you have pointed out many times al your revelation on this goes back to when you were new in the senate and leaving on a thursday afternoon and went over to be friendly to senator. Jim bunning the republican Senator from kentucky and said see you on monday and he said no you. Won't you have to be there. I don't because it's a cloture. Vote and there. We see it. And we saw with robert byrd coming in in his wheelchair Probably a shortening his life because Mitch mcconnell forced the sixty to be there and what we mean by. That is right now. The way it stands is you need one senator to say i object and you have a filibuster and then you need sixty senators to end it and what you and i have been suggesting. Is that instead of sixty two ended. You need forty one to continue the filibuster so the burden is so jim. Bunning would've had to have shown up. And i wouldn't have had to so right so i could stay minnesota and campaign or you know..

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Think sadly when you have a fifty fifty senate you've got to have it. Every democrat with you and mansion may be deluded but he's He's got to be out and mansion is one of the fifty Package that they pass the relief. Bill right And the question is will match do that again. Say on infrastructure infrastructure reconciliation for the listener. I most our listeners. I think know what what that means. But reconciliation is a procedure where you can pass something with a simple majority and has have to do with budget but and let me ask you guys this and at because you guys are on procedure in congress could you. Could you find a way to put part of The for the people bill inside a bill like an infrastructure. Bill where you're saying. Something like okay States get this much money for your election infrastructure. Get this much money but you have to take it to get highway funds And you have to buy the rules. So is there a way this this would be called creative legislating and my my argument is if chuck schumer is going to be jewish lbj. He's going to have to do he might have to do. Some crater. legislating is am. I just a shouting down a canyon or something yes zero. You're right and in theory. The a majority in the senate could alter the reconciliation rule which includes the byrd rule and You know requires that everything be related to spending in a certain fashion and if they came up with a creative solution like you suggest the even if the parliamentarian said no that doesn't fit of a majority could overrule the parliamentarian. But you have to have all fifty on board with something. That is extraordinarily disciplined. And i don't think you get joe mansion for that Either by the way the republicans did change the rules for reconciliation in order to get their tax cut in and seventy one of the things that continues to frustrate me about The press and we took on the mainstream media very directly in the book. It's even worse than it looks for the both sides. Lost cam talked about earlier but even now there's this sort of drumbeat which you get from mansion but also for many reporters look if you change the filibuster rule than it'll come back to bite you because the republicans will use it in ways. You don't like and that mitch. Mcconnell had the chance to change the filibuster rule in the first two years of The trump administration and didn't as if he would abide by any norm. What we have seen with mitch. Mcconnell is the norms. Me nothing to him. If there are goals he wants to accomplish. We saw that obviously with the outrageous behavior on supreme court justices but the reality is. He didn't change the filibuster rule on legislation. Because as. Tom said he didn't need to you. Wanted the tax cut. They changed the reconciliation rule to get their tax cut. You wanted the judges. He changed it for the supreme court and if he had had another set of great legislative objectives he would have rolled over the filibuster rule Right away so schumer needs to give a little bit of time for Mansion to be convinced that joe biden has done what he could to try and work out a compromise. Bipartisan plan on infrastructure. Before you move on and one other thing. I would say al. Is that for all of the kabuki dancing that went on over the affordable care. Act the two and a half months of fruitless attempts to get bipartisan support. One bottom line there..

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Package making it clear that they weren't serious. We just saw the negotiations over an infrastructure bill which has wide bipartisan support and support from three fourths of americans and the republicans came up with a counter offer that was about three hundred billion dollars in new spending. Which was you know about. A fifth of what democrats had wanted and eight made it clear that the bottom line for them was not a single change in the Generous tax cut. Bill passed in two thousand seventeen. So nothing serious there. Can things get done some things. That are below the radar. We just saw this so-called endless frontier bill on china. Competitiveness has with wide. bipartisan support. Anything significant anything that would give joe biden little traction in the country anything that would solve problems in the country. That are big ones. They're not gonna go for and mansion lives in a in a in a dream world in believing that they will that takes us back to the question. What in the world is in the minds of joe manchin. Does he really believe what he's saying. Because what he's saying is patently untrue and flies against the experience he himself has had him. So the reality is he has can have influenced by playing ball in the end you can have a lot of them and it's perfectly obvious that the filibuster while some previous times with him for party coalitions and and the rest may have encouraged some cross party talk and support In this environment of new republican party led by mitch mcconnell and with the broader influence Of the republican party. It just isn't gonna happen and so when he's saying is ridiculous so why is he saying. Why I don't even know that he wants to run for another term But my god bless. Listen to me. The demon in in the history of of congress and american democracy. Nor do you have any idea why he just won't say okay. This is what object to in the bill and maybe we can agree to take that out. Why is he even refusing to say that this is about some. There's some stuff in that bill objects to so let's sort of take the rosiest possible. Interpretation that mansion is playing a long game and his machiavelli and and wants to do whatever he can to bring republicans to the table. That he'll let it go for a while That we'll see if he can get that support on of the infrastructure bill that he really wants to push the john lewis voting rights act which he believes in strongly and has one republican cosponsor and has said repeatedly that he's sure there will be ten there and then if that happens you can begin to negotiate on the other major bill on voting The for the people act in the past. He has indicated that he wouldn't support At least campaign finance reform in this bill and he's indicated some Skepticism about the bipartisan redistricting commissions. But right that right now. He's not willing to talk about what he would do or what he wouldn't do. I frankly a little frustrated with chuck schumer that he didn't move this -ly to bring up some of these bills including for example the manchin toomey gun bill and let the republicans filibuster that mansion of course has already expressed frustration and anger that the January sixth commission. That passed. The house with bipartisan support. That gave the republicans everything. They wanted that. He supported strongly was filibustered to death by the republicans..

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"You must become a member of pen. Insured by ncua. Brookings as you may know should probably know is kind of considered the the liberal think tank slightly progressive think tank a considered by many a conservative or very conservative or nutcase right Think tank but norm has been there. I think longer than anyone who's currently there now. And that's why he's emeritus but Has always been a steadfast centrist and has been able to and so. Is tom been able to talk. To both sides of the aisle and have been considered pretty much honest brokers and together. They've written how many books guys how many how many is so many. We can't even count them anymore. Okay well you've written a lot of books and it was talking tom before we got on the best selling of all your books was. It's even worse than looks that came out in two thousand twelve and in it's You kind of took a little bit of departure from what people perceive as your steadfast. Candidness and basically said republicans are the problem. That republicans are the problem and at the time People didn't really a lot of people did recognize it. And that's why. I think the book was so popular but just A couple of weeks ago. John harwood Wrote a piece on cnn saying like these guys nail that nine years ago and it's about about time that someone really recognize that the gop is a broken party. is that about right in my summarizing that yet. Accurate absolutely congratulations. Okay to me for getting it right. This is what you wrote in the in in the book and think it's in the book. I know it's in the article. The gop has become insurgent out liar in american politics. It is ideologically extreme scornful of compromise unmoved by conventional understanding of facts evidence and science and dismissive of the legitimacy of his political opposition. Not the time. I was in the senate and i went. Yeah of course yeah right. Everyone knows that and evidently it. No it was revolutionary. And you didn't quite get the The credit from. I don't know the John hardwoods i guess at the time that the established media thinkers who who would go. I you know what that they're right. It took them It took people awhile and it's it's amazing to me that it took them this long because this has been clear i think since i got there in two thousand nine And it's about mitch mcconnell in a big.

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"To modify the filibuster so we can make the election performs that we have to make. I know you're gonna really like this one for change. Hey everybody This episode is brought to you by something. Different for a change The jordan harbinger show. It's a podcast which is an amazing collection of all kinds of really interesting Subject matter For example He did one on how to escape a kalt and then there's another one on How to be in a called and really enjoy it The first one. I actually preferred but he has all these weird weird shows. He has mafia guys on see. I wouldn't do that. I wouldn't have unless they were talking about. Oh i don't know mafia and department of justice and this is a guy who's in the witness protection program. That's not jordan. Talks to these guys who have killed people and it's really interesting. I just i. I don't even wanna talk to those people because i'm scared of them but jordan harbinger isn't he's not. He's not afraid to go anywhere. He goes all over the place. Any have your typical kind of show. I would have John brennan who was the head of the cia adrienne mama. He has him on. And that really is something where you learn a lot about our national security interests and that secret world and it's a fascinating show doll. Never dull show look. You can't go wrong with adding the jordan harbinger. Show to your rotation give it. A listen is so interesting. There's never a dull show. Search for the jordan harbinger show. That's h. a. r. b. as in boy i n. As in nancy g. e. r. On apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. And the reason they had me say b. as in boy n. As nancy they think. I don't know how to enunciate things.

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"To discriminate in voting on the basis of race. Already and so. I think it's unnecessary. Here's the thing discrimination. In voting based on race has been illegal eighteen. Seventy you see it's the fifteenth amendment. Here it is. The right of citizens of the united states to vote shall not be denied or bridge by the united states or by any state on account of race color or previous condition of servitude. Well i guess mcconnell's right it's been illegal in this country to deny bridge people right the vote count to raise. You know since eighteen seventy so. What's all the fuss. I guess there haven't been any problems in the last one hundred fifty one years. How awful is this man mcconnell. Look we have to pass the john. Lewis voting rights act to restore what is called pre clearance. Now what is what is pre clearance. Well it's really frigging borton pre-clearance Was written into the original nine thousand nine hundred sixty five voting rights act. Basically pre clearance applied to certain states in which had a history of discriminating against people because of their race or color states like alabama mississippi or alabama or south carolina or louisiana or georgia or north carolina. Virginia those states having in common. I wish i knew my american history. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah they're on. The confederacy gladly. All had a history of denying people of color the right to vote after they freed them. Now how how have they do that. They do that in in these states. Well they got creative. Take a state like mississippi. They would routinely administer impossible literacy tests the black people. Now i'm seventy years old. And i remember this stuff. There was a a great black comedian godfrey cambridge Of whom. I was a huge fan because he was very funny he also he was a satirist and godfrey cambridge would tell this story about a black guy trying to vote in mississippi and the poll workers stops the guy and says you're going to have to take a literacy tests sun and a black guy says okay and the poll worker holds up a copy of the gays berg address and says can i read this and the guy says okay. Four score and seven years ago our fathers but forth on this continent. Okay okay says a poll worker. Now this holds up a copy of the wall street journal on the black guy says okay. Dow jones industrials closed down four points today mixed trading now. The poll workers very frustrated and he pulls out.

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"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Hey everybody we got a great one. Today you know for change norm. Ornstein is with us. But this time is with his buddy. Tom man of these. These guys have been two of the most respected political scientists among republicans and democrats for decades and decades until about a decade ago when they wrote a groundbreaking book. It's even worse than it looks then. Republicans started kinda hating them now. A part of the reason they were so respect for years they have been i. Guess what you call. Honest brokers norm was with the more conservative. think tank. The american enterprise institute tom For brookings the liberal washington think tank and so every wanted these we'll talk to them and Norman tom very influential. For example norm. was a key adviser to john mccain and russ feingold on mccain feingold with One of the most significant campaign finance reform bills in history but at a certain point The republican party it just went off the rails been trending that way With newt gingrich. And tom delay but During the obama administration they ceased to become a political party. That had any mornings whatsoever in in terms of serving the american people Mitch mcconnell stated very clearly right. After obama's election that his goal was to see to it. That obama was a one term president just as his stated intention now is suspend one hundred percent of his time fighting. Every bit of joe. Biden's agenda so tom enorm- wrote their book. It's even worse than it looks and it was a runaway bestseller but the washington journalists class continued to engage in of false equivalents under the guise of balance be like Democrats say that The climate is changing and we'll have castro effects for our children and for our children's children. Republicans well they say. That's not happening a couple of weeks ago. John harwood wrote a piece for cnn said Basically these two guys had it right. The republican party is in has been a complete sham for years now and norm ornstein and tom man called it long before everybody else now. Speaking of mcconnell holy cow he just said something so offensive. This past week he was asked press thing About where he stands on the john lewis voting rights act. And he said this. It's against.

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"ornstein" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on WTOP

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"ornstein" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

"When interest rates are low. But it's going to add astronaut to the debt and unless you address the revenue side at some point that will get much worse. Well you know what norm what tends to not be addressed enough and i know a lot of fiscal conservatives who are not completely opposed to paying some additional taxes. But what they're not hearing is anything about smarter spending creating more priorities. A lot of these folks wouldn't be against the idea even of a of a universal health care if they thought that it was a thorough policy that involved perhaps spending a little less than some directions rather than just charging more to the taxpayer. I will say bill. The i think the real challenge. We have on that front is. You've got a few buckets in the federal budget. You have the discretionary domestic spending bucket. You have the discretionary defense bucket. And then you have the bucket of what is loosely called entitlement spending but that is basically social security medicare and medicaid and the reality is that on the discretionary domestic front. That's been cut back dramatically in terms of its growth as a share of the gdp. Were back to where it was before the nineteen sixties. The other challenge of course is what you do about. Social security medicare and medicaid. One of the things that we've seen is that in the states that accepted the expansion of medicaid in the aftermath of the affordable care act. Their healthcare costs have actually gone way down and the rural hospitals have been able to open and in the states. That didn't accept the medicaid expansion. The burden on the states has grown dramatically. The other part of this is in the aftermath of covid. All of the states that have their own balanced budget requirements. Are deeply in. The red are gonna need some help. You know we can begin to talk yet again. A little bit further down the road about how we get the trade off that we've had out there as the strongest possibility since two thousand nine if not before. Which is you. Look in a smart way at social security and medicare then ad revenues. I have sympathy for people who are fiscally conservative and socially moderate or liberal. It's hard to find a place in the political system. Now where you feel those concerns being felt but those are ones that are going to have to wait a while and remember on the socially moderate side we have a supreme court that is likely to take a whole set of actions that are going to leave people in that category extremely upset. And i'm not just talking about choice. One of the cases the supreme court's gonna hear very soon is about adoption rights for lbj bt couples and families. I wouldn't be surprised if they a position. That's not very favorable to those who are socially moderate or liberal. They could revisit gay marriage and they're certainly going to at least accept significant further restrictions on abortion. So we're going to see people who have that balance of us which is in many ways reflects a larger of the population being disappointed on all fronts. We're gonna take a break. We'll be right back with norman ornstein on medicine. We're still practicing. Join dr steven. Tae back and bill kurtis for real conversations with the medical professionals who have their finger on the pulse of healthcare in the modern world available on all your favorite pod casting platforms produced by kirk. Oh media welcome back with norman. Ornstein been settled ready that trump with his eighty million twitter followers and his seemingly lack of desire to be known as a classy exiting president. Who might have accomplished some things for people who wanted him to fulfill his promise but as proceeds one of the things that it's already been told that he's saying is running again in four years it has any other president. Ed in our past been voted out of office and then tried to run again. Yes most famous example of grover cleveland. Not only did he run again but he won he served one term won the popular. Vote the next time but lost. The electoral vote in came back for years later and one is actually fairly successful president but there have been other examples of presidents who've tried teddy roosevelt tried. He tried to come back afterwards. Ulysses s grant ought about coming back and trying so there have been other examples but certainly grover. Cleveland stands out as successful. What when did this sort of tradition of presidents stepping down and not really speaking at all during their successors term. When did it start that. There was a tradition of former presidents. basically retiring in saying nothing. that's more a personal attitude. People like dwight eisenhower. Just wanted to facilitate the next president and not get in the way. But there's been a lot of presidents overtime who have remained involved in remain vocal. And of course even your example of obama. He certainly been vocal the last few weeks. So it's not necessarily a historical norm often. Presidents remain active. another famous. one would be john. Tyler who not only remained active but he ended up becoming a senator in the confederacy and he was a former. Us president so he remained very vocal and active on the slavery issue. So you know. It's been a norm that president of followed generally in part because of a belief that if while they served the former presidents and tried to undercut them would have made their lives more difficult. Jimmy carter hasn't particularly followed that and you know. He's spoken out quite actively in ways that frustrated democratic and republican presidents and times but generally speaking the modern era is one where especially because presidents had bigger bully pulpits and former presidents. They've tended to try and stay out of current controversies. I think donald trump is going to form his own media. Network i think is going to create a hyper wing. Populist network that will have television radio and social media. It will position itself to the populace right of fox. He will probably bring over. Stuart varney lou dobbs mark levin and some others you know if he gets backers and he will have backers. You could buy any television network. That has a broad reach on cable. Whether it's the weather channel or another more minor one or use an as it were or even join with. Rt the russian propaganda network he'll do rallies all the time. Assuming he does not get indicted. Assuming you can find a way out of the huge morass of depth. That he's in. I.

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"ornstein" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

"From kurkcu media coming on the show we have deep blue states and deep red states and we have those purple states but the fact is within each of those states. We have a huge divide. That was norman. Ornstein our special guest today. Today's a new day. Our country stands on the precipice of new future. As we approach our pads forward we can choose to either. Get back down in silliness and accusations or we can drive aggressively forward and focus instead on building. Better lives for you for me for minorities for poor for the next generation for workers and business owners alike. You know the expression. The enemy of my enemy is my friend. Well we in. America have a common set of enemies. Virus pulgar managing technology unemployment economic stresses. Prejudices anything or anyone desires to destroy our future. He's a common enemy so therefore all of us who wants to win those battles. We are all friends. this is politics. Meet me in the middle. I'm bill curtis well. We got a pivotal show today. our panel ed larson pulitzer prize. Winning historian bestselling author prolific lecturer at. It's nice to see you today. Thanks for joining. Nice to see you and nice to see norm. Also zooming in jane albrecht. She's an international trade attorney who fought for us interests to high level government officials all over the world. She has participated in numerous presidential campaigns. Jane nice to remotely you too great to see all of you and welcome norm. Were so excited to have you so our special guest today. As you've heard norm ornstein. He's the renowned political scientist and resident scholar at the american enterprise institute a conservative think tank in washington. Dc is a contributing editor and columnist for well the national journal the atlantic. You've seen on cbs cnn. Fox npr pbs. And you've read his articles and opinions everywhere that matters norms books include bestsellers a nation after trump. And it's even worse than it looks norm. Thanks so much for joining us. It's a real pleasure to be with all of you. So recently on christina ottoman poors show. You said the only thing that can overcome our challenges with this election is a landslide. Victory where there is simply no question and the votes that are disallowed. Just won't matter much well norm. No such luck. So where does that leave us. So we don't have the landslide that we hope for which would have covered not just the presidency but the house the senate a number of state legislative chambers and other offices. We are now at a point. Though where with biden winning the popular vote by what is likely to be more than five million. What we're getting is a an electoral vote margin big enough that the mischief that could have followed from a closer electoral vote contest with republicans. Doing all kinds of things to try and throw the election to the house of representatives. Just is not a possibility at this point and margin big enough. That biden can claim that he has the ability to move forward with what we hope. We'll be bringing the nation back together again in a way that we haven't seen for some time. Well let's look a shorter horizon for just a minute at. Has there ever been a president. That didn't really accept being elected out of office. No not in. This sense is never been any precedent. Like this we've had some. That have been bitter. John adams refused to go to the inauguration of thomas jefferson very blatantly very rudely but john adams was always route. But nothing like this. No activity of where you're actively reject the legitimacy of the election most famous example. Probably that would be grover cleveland. Grover cleveland was the incumbent president. He won the popular vote for reelection. But in the weird twist. He lost the electoral vote. Even he accepted that and gracefully stepped aside. You know the question. I have norm for you is as a country looking to move on. What do you think we should be expecting from mr trump. even if he does peacefully. Leave the office whether it takes a tranquilizer in a net or some other fashion. Do expect some disruption and kind of continuing cantankerous sort of approach so we know from donald trump's statements in the aftermath of the election statements that even warmly cautious media outlets. Were saying were a pack of lies about the election being stolen about how the only legitimate votes were the votes that he got statements that have been picked up on by a lot of people who are really odious and dangerous that we're not likely to see that chain to be blunt and brutal. Donald trump is a narcissistic sociopath and narcissistic sociopaths. Especially those who have been there for their entire lives are not going to change. Very much is gonna be bitter and resentful maybe. At some point we will see him go through the fabled five stages of grief as it becomes clear that he's lost but there's going to be a long leg before we get to acceptance and we know something else once we're at the point where the larger community has accepted that joe biden is the president elect donald trump. I is gonna follow his instinct which is to do rallies every single day or as much as he can to continue to bask in the adulation that he gets from those people who still believe that he is a god. There is no incentive for a donald trump to turn a well running country over to his successor so that whatever good happens in the aftermath. We'll have the credit going to joe biden and not to donald trump. his incentive is to leave a scorched earth or biden but also to use every bit of his executive power along the way to either accomplish. His goals put roadblocks in the way were by. Trump is going to pardon himself and as many people as he can were around him. His family members his cabinet white house staff and others. there's gonna be a tremendous incentive. The make sure that evidence that could be or him or them is not to be found. Can you pardon someone for a charge. That hasn't been levied yet. Yes you can. And the best. Example of that is gerald ford pardoning richard nixon. Remember though that apart only affect federal offenses and we know that the district attorney in new york city attorney general in new york state are investigating him for potential crimes committed before he became president. We've got a lot of things going on there that are going to make donald trump very angry and upset when you look at the the brilliance of his methods and then you listen carefully to his press conference from just after the election. He said a lot of things that i think are points that we should pay attention to because we can basically predict the future. He quoted election interference by big media. Big money and big tech. I thought that was pretty telling of who he's going to. State is the cause of a loss that he won't accept.

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"ornstein" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"ornstein" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Two choices for a free, informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Lederman, we're back. We're back. We just talked about a woman who had two years of chemo. Don't work surgery didn't were cancer's back. And then this Doctor. The chemo doctor didn't have the strength or the fortitude to tell the patient the truth that the chemo didn't work. So why are these hospitals and doctors giving so much chemo? Why are they doing it? Well, there's a whole Siri's of exposes now, though. New York Times Very prestigious paper, written by Katie Thomas T H O M A S and Charles Ornstein o R, and S T E i n Over the last weeks on DH. I think if you had doubts before you can open up the paper, you could see the medical director the chief medical officer, the doctors in charge of all the doctors and the medical care. One of these big hospitals has now been exposed. There's a doctor already is making you make it a million and a half dollars a year. He's on the board of six. Pharmaceutical companies. Remember when you sit on the board of a company? First of all you're paying. So you got $3 million just to sit on the boards of those companies, but also to sit on the boards of a company means you're responsible for the finances of the company personally responsible. So there's a doctor whose chief medical officer at one of the biggest hospitals responsible for all the care and the doctors. And he's on the board of six pharmaceutical companies making $3 million and radiation company in other companies, and why's it exposed Now we know it's been going on. We've been talking about on the radio for years, I've been telling you about the nature between industry and the big hospitals, chemo doctors and why they love to give all this chemo Now you could get us understanding. Of these doctors who are financially responsible for these pharmaceutical companies sit on the board, and then they go back to the hospital. And what do they do So seems like you wonder whether they do. Where's her loyalty is their loyalty to sitting on the board of the Big pharmaceutical companies were they make millions or is their job where they make millions? Or is it taking care of you as a patient where their loyalties and when you see all these patients getting chemo on came on came on. Came on chemo endlessly, even when it's not working. You kind of have an idea. Well, this doctor why was he exposed while he was exposed? Not because he was taking the money, not because he was on the board. Not because he was saying, Oh, drug acts is a good drug. When the company that was making drug X stop production of the drug has it wasn't working. How could a doctor promote a drug that wasn't working for a company where he sits on the board? Where is his loyalty? Where is it? And then you find out that the chief CEO of the super duper Big Hospital also sits on the board of a big drug company. Where the loyalties why can't a doctor work for The patient. And that's what we do at 30 for Broadway. That's what we're talking about. We're independent cancer treatment center. We work for one person. We work for you or your loved one or your neighbor and we're not getting kickbacks from the drug companies and sitting on the boards. No, there's no mixed loyalty here. It's all for the patient. You could read about it yourself. And now this week another expose the super duper Big Hospital has a vice president who oversees. Remember these hospitals are charity hospitals or non profit hospitals. Well, the super duper big hospital as a doctor that oversees this is quote from The New York Times Overseas Hospital Ventures with For profit companies, so they're pushing out. They want to have relationships with for profit companies have a vice president. A doctor was only responsible for this and this doctor. Who was working for the hospital to have relationships with these companies made last week, a million and a half dollars. In one of his deals he invested, he got stock options himself. While he was working for the hospital to establish relationships between the hospital and these pharmaceutical industries. Other places bar their employees from such deals in New York. The super duper big places they employ was making it a million and a half hours in one week, and they said the vice president overseas hospital ventures with for profit companies. As compensation for representing the hospital on the biotech boards. This doctor received stock options whose value Zord when the start starts up, went public a week ago. He's been involved with multiple startups. He signed a deal with his super duper big hospital. Stock options were worth $675,000. Other stock options were worth another $616,000. And he had other shares.

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"ornstein" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ornstein" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"Our guest today is a journalist who has spent over twenty five five years chronicling the lives of girls exposing the contradictions young women face in their intimate encounters everywhere. She she went however she was urged to turn her attention to boys which she resisted until two and the declarations that masculinity was broken and toxic. And so she stepped into the opportunity to engage young men in authentic and perhaps long overdue conversations stations about gender an intimacy. She'd already discovered that American parents talk little to their daughters about sex but she soon learned that they they talk even less to their son's her biggest fear going into this project was the guys would WanNa talk to her especially because in her words. She looks like she could be their mom. Welcome Peggy Ornstein author of boys and sex young men on hookups love porn consent consent and navigating the new masculinity. Hi thanks for having me. Hi Peggy so even though you do look like. They're like you could be their mom. You soon discovered that boys were actually very eager to talk with you about themselves and their experiences not only about sex but about about porn casual hookups. And those even bigger questions that we're all thinking about about race sexuality and gender and their our own developing perceptions of masculinity. I'm really curious. who were you talking with? So I was talking to boys who were between the ages of sixteen eighteen and twenty two and because written girls and sex and I had focused on a particular demographic which was kids who were either college bound or in college. I did the I kind of. Just just transpose. That and that was the same that I was working with for boys and sex but beyond that That was pretty broad..

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Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

"Are women of the day was a great warrior and leader of the Shawnee tribe. Who deftly let her people through a time of great change and turmoil? Let's talk about non Halama. We don't know the details Of when non Helena was born but it was around the seventeen twenty s probably in western Pennsylvania. We also don't know much about her childhood besides the fact that that she seems to have come from a prominent family from the Shawnee tribe non Halama story really picks up in the late seventeen fifties during the period of the French in Indian war by that point she and her brother known as Hook Alaska or corn stock. We're living in the Ohio valley the Shawnee had moved there under a pressure by increasing white settlement corn stalk become a prominent shawnee chief and warrior as a quick reminder. The French and an Indian war was the North American portion of a larger war called the seven years war in North America. British and French colonists fought as each side attempted to further expand in their sphere of influence. Native people also took sides. The British basically one like other sibling duos in native history corn stock and non Halama lead together during peace and war for example at the battle of bushy run in seventeen sixty four non Halama lead warriors warriors alongside her brother. That battle was part of what's known as pontiacs rebellion a fight between native Americans and the British who were hot off their victory in the French and Indian war. When rumblings of revolution began to take hold across polly's cornstarch and non Halama decided that the best strategic move for the Shawnee people would would be to support the American settlers over the British? This was a risky move. Considering the perceived military might of the British Horn Ornstein was assassinated in seventeen seventy seven but non Halama state the course with the support of her husband Mulugeta who was also a prominent leader and warrior when non Halama learned that some Shawny had traveled to join the British at Fort. Detroit she responded by rushing to warn the Americans of this development she disguised too revolutionary soldiers traditional Shawny garb so that they travel undisturbed for Donnelly to warn of the impending attack. Those Shawnee who had allied themselves with the British destroyed. Non Halima's cattle as payback non Helena and her people move to escape further trouble but her work for the Americans wasn't over in seventeen. Eighty non halama guided and translate it for Augustine Dila bomb a French ex PAT soldier who was tasked asked with leading a major campaign against British troops. And what's now Illinois. Sadly not Halima's loyalty was not rewarded. In seventeen eighty six non Halama and her husband will loofah. Both elderly by this point were captured in yet. Another war the northwest Indian war. That conflict was between a Confederation of Native American tribes with the support of the British begins the new United States though the Americans who captured assured non Halama and Milan were initially ordered not to harm them. One of the men you mcgarry felt differently. mcgarry asked Melinda if he'd been at the battle the blue licks blue didn't understand the question but repeated battle of Blue Licks mcgarry took that his confirmation and killed Milun Tho- with a Tomahawk Non Halama tried to protect Milun thaw and was injured herself before. Another man tackled mccarey non. John Halama was then taken to Fort Pitt and held there while there. She helped compile a dictionary of Shawnee words and their meanings in English. She died soon. Even after her release non Halama lived an extraordinary life as the world around her change dramatically. She married three times CBS twice before her final marriage to Melinda and she also had sons with two white men a son named Thomas with the British Indian agent Alexander McKee and a son named to Mantha. With an American officer named General Richard Butler Samantha also became a great

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Mitch McConnell says there is 'zero chance' Trump is removed

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Mitch McConnell says there is 'zero chance' Trump is removed

"The impeachment trial which is expected if the house passes this impeachment of President Trump this next week senators serve as jurors and they take an oath to be impartial. That's important context for what you're about to see. The Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell Sean Hannity. Last night they everything I do during this. I'm coordinating with White House counsel. There will be no the difference between the president's position our position as to how to handle this. There's no chance the president's going to be removed from office. My my hope is that there won't be a single Republican who votes for either of these articles of impeachment have essentially the jury foreman in this very serious constitutional process announcing he's going to have the defended dictate the trial. And thus obviously if you control the rules you may control. The verdict norm Ornstein a long time measured voice in Washington responding thus quote McConnell studying and outrageous admission that he's in the tank already for trump on the trial. Rose is a flat violation of the Ot will take his jer if a jury foreman and a murder trial was founded work closely. With the defense he would be prosecuted strong words McConnell though and this is important knows what he's doing in fact he's taken this very oath administered by the Chief Justice on the Senate floor to be impartial before so he has every reason to know that what he's saying today is a public announcement that guts or even violates the OT is about to take care. It was in the impeachment trial of Clinton. We'll all senators. Now stand and raise your right hand you will do impartial justice. According to the Constitution and laws so help you God the joining us now. Is that historian or scenic attributed the Atlantic and a resident scholar at the right leaning American Enterprise Institute as well as Joyce fans for US ATTORNEY MSNBC NBC legal analysts. Tell me you're thinking norm. I smacked by this. Not that I expected. McConnell was is going to follow the facts and where they would lead which would be to remove Donald Trump from office. This is a a partisan process. It's going to be a partisan process but to basically admit before you even start the trial that it's rigged is just quite astonishing and in a way it reminds me of Donald Trump in the campaign saying Russia. If you're listening get the emails followed by just a few weeks ago. China if you're listening get me dirt on Biden. It's I'm going to say it right out in the open. And what are you going to do about

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A young persons journey from fear to action

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

A young persons journey from fear to action

"When Jeremy Ornstein I learned about climate change as the wild he was terrified that the world was coming to an end I will cover my ears whenever anyone mentioned the worst global warming as he got older his fears gave way to frustration with politicians who says we're not doing enough to avert the climate crisis after graduating from high school last year. Ornstein took a year off before starts in college he worked full time with the sunrise movement it's an organization of young activists helping to elect politicians that support ambitious climate action

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"ornstein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"ornstein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"According to the centers for disease control and prevention that includes ongoing outbreaks in New York and New Jersey which began in two thousand eighteen we're back with Dr Walter Ornstein. He's a professor and associate director of Emory vaccine center, Jordan, seeing the upper in New York was largely concentrated in the orthodox Hasidic Jewish communities. Can you talk a little bit about how cultural and religious factors can contribute to the spread of a virus? Like measles. I think what happens is people mistakenly look at their religion and say we shouldn't be getting back seen. There's really no religion that prepare bits back Saination, although you can get backs religious exemptions in forty seven hundred fifty states from these school laws, but the other big concern is people attributing problematic. Things toback scenes that the science doesn't support. For example. If ninety percent of children are vaccinated the ninety percent of the bad things that were going to happen. Anyway, we'll happen in backs and aged children just by coincidence. What you need is science to determine what is causally related coincidentally related, and where the science has shown, for example with autism. Is there is no causal relationship between the measles mumps, rubella, vaccine and autism and the benefits of the vaccines, far far outweigh the risks. Missiles is not a trivial disease. Temperatures are often one hundred and three hundred and five degrees Fahrenheit. Children are very very sick. And we have a way of preventing it, and we need to get that across, but aren't these vaccinations required? Like Howard people avoiding getting their children vaccinated. First of all the vaccines are generally required for entry to school. So you have a whole period prior to school where there is no law in actual fact, second is all laws have exemptions. All fifty states have laws with. Medical contra K in contraindications as an exemption. Forty seven states have laws with. Religious exemptions and a number have personal belief exemptions. And it's these exemptions. If they cluster could be fertile ground for spread of measles. If it's introduced before a vaccine was introduced in nineteen sixty three how common was it. The contract measles. Before vaccine was introduced virtually everybody got measles while you're an estimated roughly four million cases of measles. A year in the United States about five hundred deaths about forty eight thousand hospitalizations. It was not a trivial disease. And how effective is the vaccine. What are the chances that you can contract measles? Even if you are vaccinated vaccine is very effective on average after the first recommended dose about ninety three percent of people at protected and after the second dose more than ninety seven percent of our protected. So it is highly effective. But the other thing is it's not one hundred percent effective. We're protected when we have very high immunity levels because the other way we protect is by not letting people get exposed Dr Walter Ornstein is a professor and associate director at Emory vaccine center. Doctor.

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"ornstein" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"ornstein" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Everyone. It's the takeaway Matt Katz filling in for Tenzin this week nineteen years ago. The United States declared measles had been eradicated. But in two thousand eighteen there were more than three hundred cases of the potentially lethal and incredibly contagious virus last week, Washington state declared a state of emergency with at least forty one confirmed cases, mostly in Clark county, thirty seven of those people had not been vaccinated right now. Our main objectives are to control the outbreak to identify cases as soon as we can identify exposure locations, and at those exposure locations as soon as possible identified people who are at risk for the disease who are basically unimmunized that's doctor Allen Melnik. He's the Clark county public health director here to talk with us about the recent outbreaks is Dr Walter Ornstein, Dr Ornstein is a professor at Emory University and the associate director of their vaccine center, Dr Ornstein thank you for. Joining us. Thank you. So let's start with what we're seeing in Washington state. What details do we know? Now about this particular outbreak. The big problem. We're seeing is clusters of children who have not investigated, according to recommendations and measles is so contagious measles. Unfortunately in most countries of the world when people bring it back. There is fertile ground for it to spread. Our these cases connected. Are they are they children and do they know each other or the part of the same community? Do we know anything? I don't know exactly about the outbreak in Washington. I can talk about it in general in general, people are in clusters of poorly vaccinated are are unvaccinated groups that allow susceptible to get infected and transmit to one. In another way, measles spreads is a person to person spread disease. You have an infectious person coming in contact with the susceptible person transmitting infection that person later become sick and transmits to another this chain of infection. That's the problem. And that's where back Saination is so important because when people are immune you break the chains of transmission on top of fighting a public health crisis. Doctor Allen who we heard from at the top these the Clark county public health director. He says he's also combating a swirl of misinformation spreading on Facebook and other social media platforms. Take a listen nonsense that the immunization causes autism nonsense at people with the vaccine shed of the virus and expose others. And that the vaccine causes measles. There's misinformation about the vaccine causing seizures people are calling us. So these questions that scene. During outbreaks of any kind how much of a factor is this type of fake discourse on social media. Well, it depends on the outbreak. But yes, it is a problem, and it has become more of a problem as social media gets to more people, and we have to overcome this non science and non factual basis concerns, and it is not easy since we need communications research as to how we can convince people what the real data are with the real information is not the false information the comprehensive. Studies have been done that have shown measles mumps rubella vaccine does not cause autism it caused some mild reactions, but they're nothing compared to diseases like measles like they prevent and the prevention far outweighs any risks from the vaccine's far far outweighs. Walt Ornstein hang tight, we're gonna take a quick break. And we'll.

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"ornstein" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"ornstein" Discussed on Developer Tea

"Like, you want a financial adviser that you pay every time you see them certain amount. And then they they don't make a cut up based on what they recommend to you. Yeah. Treat it more like a therapist. Than than a, you know, somebody who has a invested interest, basically in where you put your money that that would be. Yeah. So so don't go to somebody for free actually as not bad advice. In today's episode. We're going to continue talking with Ben Ornstein Ben has been giving us great information from his experiences as a developer. Specifically, we left off talking about finance personal finance? We're going to continue the discussion we're gonna talk about some of bins personal experiences. In today's episode encourage you if you missed the last episode which released on New Year's Eve, then I encourage you to go back and listen to that also I just wanted to give a little plug here for a developer T. Our daily developer t t break challenges right now or posting them on Twitter. And we're posting them on spectrum go to spectrum dot chat to find out more about how to sign up for that. And you can also find out more on the developer t Twitter. That's just at developer t these are going to be very short challenges there tweet length. Challenges that will help you grow as a developer on a daily basis every single day. You can get these messages go and check it out at at developer t on Twitter. Let's get into the second part of the interview with Ben Ornstein. All right. So what we've covered that. I think that's really important though. It's it's actually something. We don't talk about a lot on the show. But I think is really important. And I think it's a topic that a lot of developers first of all shy away from because money is such a weird thing for developers. It's a weird thing for everybody, especially culturally in the United States conversations about money or difficult for a variety of reasons. But it's also weird for developers because our pay can fluctuate by you know, even a hundred percent, I can I can easily see that and more than one hundred percent over the over a short course of a career five years or so you can imagine a developers pay doubling so knowing what to do with that. I think is is really important Felber's during kind of a unique position in that in that regard. Yeah, I have more financial thing. I have to mention before we leave the topic. Please do please do counter offer. When someone offers you a salary. Ask for more. There's this good blog posts on this on the internet. Patrick, McKenzie has a great one. But you can just the -til DR is whatever they say ask for more, no matter how high that number is also every single number on an offer letter is negotiable,.

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Global warming could spur more and hungrier crop-eating bugs

24 Hour News

01:14 min | 4 years ago

Global warming could spur more and hungrier crop-eating bugs

"We've all heard about the potential effects of climate change like melting ice. Caps and rising sea levels. But there's another aspect, not talked about much AP science writer said Bornstein reports a new study in the journal science suggests global warming. Could lead to, more and hungrier crop eating bugs The. Study looked did, computer simulations of bugs and of climate change and they found that for every degree Fahrenheit it warms the crop losses From Hungary insects will go up. By five to fifteen percent and he says those researchers have laid out an ominous, timeline for, a significant crop losses on a warming world they're saying in the next thirty. Forty years, as the world warms another two point seven degrees we. Will see about fifty million tonnes extra in crop losses from Hungary bucks Ornstein says the. Study does have its critics within the scientific community this study does not include use of insecticides to fight, it and, it's, a broad-based, study so they're other outside scientists say it's a little too broad for them among the crops most at risk American corn wheat and

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