26 Burst results for "Parsi"

The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

Books and Boba

05:02 min | 3 months ago

The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey

"So, re-re yes. What do you want to start with this one? I think we should start with the author's background. and. Just like the inspiration behind Irvine. So. John Massey was born in England and she was raised in the US right now, she lives in Baltimore and her parents are from India and Germany. So she did a lot of traveling. She actually wrote another mystery series back in the nineties which was set in Tokyo while she was living in Japan and it's the Ray Chamara mystery series. But this book was more in the of own voices She did an incredible amount of research for the book I don't know if the people are goods forums read the acknowledgments at the very back but I tend to read all of the acknowledgments because I. I'm usually really curious as to who the author thank and it gives me like a sense of. Their journey when it came to writing the book and she. Massey doesn't have a background in law. She reached out to people reached out to legal historians at universities in. The US who specialize in South Asian law and also in Bombay she contacted magazine editors who are familiar with Parsi customs she went she actually went to Mumbai and she visited all of the historical institutions she reached out to like even railway experts. So she could figure out like how people were able to travel from one place to another and even with the food she I think she interviewed a bunch of like food writers as well. So like the food descriptions in this book are fantastic and our main character per wien is actually inspired by two. Women, attorneys. One of them was Cornelius One of them was Cornelius She was the first woman to read law at Oxford, and the first woman to take the British law exam in eighteen ninety to eighteen, ninety two that's a lot earlier than I would expect the first. First Indian woman to to study law, and the other women that appropriate is based on is Mathon Totta lung who also studied law in Oxford and whisk first woman admitted to the Bombay bar a back in one thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, three. So. Yeah like per Venus. This this book is set in the nineteen twenties. So yeah. It's actually it's really interesting that it's actually based on women who did practice law so Yeah. I mean it's I? Don't think reunite can claim to be experts in the cultures of India but this book real you can tell that the author did a lot of research especially to portray like Mumbai such Mambi during this time period, which was a pre partition it was it depicts a Mumbai that's very multicultural multifaith like a lot of different. People Customs Cultures Religions, and even value sets that kind of coexisting with each other which made for really interesting setting especially in the context of per wien enter father Jamshedi as lawyers who had to. Navigate these. Waters right because every single community has their own set of loss at they have to understand and know how to argue and just also takes place on the backdrop of this was when India was still in imperial colony, right is still part of the British empire and so you have the added. wrinkle of a colonizing power in the form of white people in the mix as well. Yeah Like you said, I'm I'm not an expert with a one thousand, nine, hundred twenty s India But in terms of like England nineteen twenties. So that was during George, the fifth Who was the grandson of Queen Victoria? It's so it's to rains after the Victorian era. So very the the the dad of the King's speech King Yes yes. So this was during time where there was a rise in socialism. And just. I. Think it was like at the height of the British empire and then it crumbled.

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Body Of Missing Freehold Woman Stephanie Parze Found In Old Bridge Township

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Body Of Missing Freehold Woman Stephanie Parze Found In Old Bridge Township

"A body discovered Sunday afternoon and wooded area of route nine in old bridge may solve the mystery of a woman from freehold reported missing a few months ago the record reports the remains could be those of twenty five year old Stephanie Parsi disappeared October thirtieth the body was found about a half mile from where family and friends it search for her in late November the middle six regional medical examiner's office will conduct an autopsy later today it was after thanksgiving when family friends and volunteers searched a wooded area nearby she's quick farms in Jake brown road that's one of forty six areas the family search for their daughter in New Jersey they also looked around the eight locations in and around Staten Island a person of interest in parties disappearance one tie boyfriend John ausable then killed himself at his parents home in freehold township on November twenty second two days after being released from jail on an unrelated child ****

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What's Happening In Baghdad Following Iraqi Parliament Vote To Expel U.S. Forces

All Things Considered

01:43 min | 10 months ago

What's Happening In Baghdad Following Iraqi Parliament Vote To Expel U.S. Forces

"The US has informed the Iraqi government it is moving some forces in the country in line with the request from the Iraqi parliament our parliament has voted request US forces leave in the wake of the killing of an Iranian general in Baghdad Tom Bowman says there were no plans at the moment for US forces to leave entirely defense secretary markers for told a small group of reporters at the U. S. is not made a decision about withdrawing troops from Iraq there was a letter that went out for the American command in Baghdad that talked about re positioning troops within a rack but not actually leaving Iraq and then the general mark Millie the chairman joint chiefs of staff told us that letter was a mistake it should not have been sent out and clearly it cause some confusion NPR's Tom Bowman meanwhile general asper seem to suggest today contrary to comments on Twitter by president trump would be no US attack against Iran in cultural sites Ronnie leaders meanwhile are promising to avenge the U. S. killing of one of their top generals but the country does have other options that do not involve a direct attack on U. S. targets here's NPR's Greg wiry around his long sought to drive US military forces out of the region Trina Parsi of the Quincy institute says the Iranians have no prospect of doing that by force but now there's a potential political path to that goal with Iraq calling on U. S. forces to pack up and go if in the meantime the political situation in the rock leads to the U. S. leaving in may actually enable the values of the clear their little victory and not take any action against the last one Ronnie an attack remains a strong possibility analysts say the country is wary of an open ended military conflict with the U.

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Lord Bilimoria on the Business of Beer

Monocle 24: The Menu

08:47 min | 1 year ago

Lord Bilimoria on the Business of Beer

"Now in the u._k. In particular you will struggle to find an indian restaurant saronto that a dozen serve cobra beer launched by lord karen bilimoria three decades ago the brand success story and is now exported to over a forty countries around the world however lord bilimoria entrepreneurial passan's being all without bumps along the way he joins me in the studio to talk talk about the lessons he's learned how the business of beer exchanging and the brand s- plans for the future but i he explains how the whole story actually begins dennis with bono sticks. That was my first business venture. Because i played polo for cambridge we beat oxford <hes> in the <hes> and i then organized and led the first <hes> indian tour for cambridge university's team and i came back with some sample poodle sticks and i started selling them and before i knew it i was in business and selling them to lily early wide to harrods to the queen's <hes> sadler's and we were in business and that was a precursor because my big idea when i was a student at cambridge was to bring out a beer from india india a beer that would satisfy both lager and ale drinkers alike because i i found i hated physi- english loggers and i loved english british ale but i found that the air was too bitter and too heavy and <hes> didn't accompany food at all older. It was very smooth when you're drinking zone and i found on the physi- loggers were just awful drink on their own and just did not go well with the food because they were bloating so that's been the idea evolved while i was a student at cambridge to come up with this bear that sits in between a logger nail refreshment for lager smoothens a financial combined they would appeal to all types of beer drinkers anywhere in the world have globally appealing taste aced and most importantly a beer that would accompany or food including indian food and curry so what were the first actual steps then in launching that business launching cobra for i was the lucky introduction to india's biggest independent brewery which again the biggest stroke of luck had the best brew master in india a young dynamic brewer from india who'd spent six years in the czech republic in prague had from prague university was a biochemist and knew all about brewing beer had worked one of the top czech beers pilsen during his internship he knew all about i knew nothing about bring beer but i had this idea and i sat in the laboratory with him in bangalore and conveyed this idea to with thirty samples of bottled title beer from england carefully selected saying this is what i like about this year. This is what i don't like about this beer trying to convey this extra smoother less gassy taste of cobra which led to very complex recipe which is what cobras and we've got this craft beer boom in in this country at the moment. We're covers is an ultimate craft beer. It's called malted barley rice rice maize wheat. It's double fermented sco three varieties of bavarian hops. It's a really delicate complex now. On the highest idea we should know more about beer back came the day when you were approaching this brew. No i knew what i wanted. I knew the tastes that i wanted as a drinker as a consumer and i saw that gap in the market and and sure enough when we brought out cobra it did demonstrate straight away that it went incredibly well with food we ninety-nine percent reorders from day one and my hi dream was to produce the finest ever in beer then to to make that a global beer brand and <hes> once you get those reorders in those early days it gives you the confidence to go go on extrapolate that into a global beer brand well. You lost in one thousand nine hundred nine and he didn't have much money for advertising partly due to your student debt. So what do you think think were the main two weeks. How did you manage to get your bottles in restaurants. Then i find that when you start and businesses and entrepreneurs and i think any entrepreneur would probably doubly identify with this you have to cross what school the credibility gap that nobody knows you. Nobody knows your brand. You have zero credibility. So so how do you convince people to supply to finance you to buy from you when you have zero credibility and i find that people will do those do things if you are passionate and have faith and belief in yourself and in your product and your brand and in your idea because that gives is people the confidence and the fates to trust you to give you a chance and i always believed i had something that was going to be different and that was going to be better and that was going to change the marketplace. How many respirators were trying to say no to you. Oh the the word you come across more than anything when you start is a very short word and it's a two letter word and and it's no would you like to buy my no. It's just a no and you have to make note a yes and you have to convert obstacles into opportunities and i could give you example after example of how we had to convert obstacles into opportunities for example we could only import the big double size six fifty bottles from from india because the brewery said you're probably going to fail and we only produce six fifty emma bottles even in india to this day that ninety percent bear sales in india are sold in a standard six fifty. I'm double size bottle and they said if you want more bottles it means ordering different modes change parts for our bottling line investment by us. If you're around in one year's time we'll give you a small bottles but first prove yourself so the big bottles and you go to the restaurants in the u._k. At that time they were i used to small bottles or draft beer now. We couldn't draft all the way from bangalore and the restaurants that what we're gonna do with these big bottles and you convert that obstacle into an opportunity and you say well. That is the way sold in idiots. You'll centric way of nydia and it's a double sized borough so when you're selling you're selling to c._o. Selling more beer and then you win. You serve indian food at the tables often. Your customers was we'll share dishes in the same way they can share this bottle and using a sharing concept you'll find you will sell more and more food and then what is more people at other tables. We'll see how what are they. Drinking looks like a bottle of wine knows auto bottom lines bottle outright and it spreads like wildfire and your weight is also leave the bottles on the table. It frees him up to do other the work so everyone wins your business. Your business grew exponentially during the first years but you'll be since journey didn't go oh all without bumps for example the year two thousand eight hundred. It's difficult for you wasn't it. I always say that <hes> <hes> success is a relative term and success is not a destination. It's a journey and most entrepreneurs will will say to you. It's a very difficult tough and challenging done journey with lots of ups and downs and i nearly lost my business three times and the last time was in two thousand nine <hes> during the financial crisis in the great recession when we nearly lost it. We came very close losing everything and each one of those times that i lost my business often. It was things out of the blue very few people in the world. Very few of the economists in the world predicted due to the financial crisis. There was less than a handful around the world who predicted it so when things come out of the blue it's how you deal with those crises and yes you can look back and one of my favorite things thanks good judgment comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgment so yes. I made mistakes looking back on it with probably had far too much debt. I i did not anticipate the financial crisis. I probably hide some of the wrong people but the things that got me through each of those crises was having a very strong brand. Cobra grew was having the support of my loyalty members who were excellent and my family my wife who stood by me through the ups and downs where i met one year after i started cobra and also the third thing was always doing things the right way with integrity so it's better to fail doing the right thing then to succeed doing the wrong thing. What do human points equity will the best definition of the word integrity and people will say doing the right thing acting honestly <hes> the best definition i ever ever heard was from the archbishop of canterbury ruin williams when he was archbishop canterbury who came to visit the zorostrian center and i'm patron of disaster and community here in the u._k. Given smallest communities in the world and i welcomed him as a patron and then he made his speech and he said lord bill morris has used the word integrity twice in his speech speech and he said the word integrity comes from the latin and greek words intiga integrum and he says is the restaurant parsi communities renowned for his integrity and the word integrity means wholeness. You cannot practice integrity. If as an individual you're fragmented in front of the light you can only practice integrity if your whole and complete and i've never forgotten that and <hes> we've always tried to in in british play with a straight bat and i've found that helped get me through the crises

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US, Mike Pompeii And Bloomberg TV discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:05 min | 1 year ago

US, Mike Pompeii And Bloomberg TV discussed on BBC World Service

"On the last few weeks we've been bringing you developments on the rising tension between the US and Iran and specifically in the area of the strait of Hormuz now the U. S. sexiest stage Mike Pompeii says he's willing to go to to her own he's been speaking to Bloomberg TV saying quote I'd happily go there I would welcome the chance to speak directly to the Iranian people last year Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal which had been designed in twenty fifteen under Barack Obama and since then the US has imposed new sanctions on Iran maintaining that Iran is hell bent on building nuclear weapons treaty Parsi is the former president of the national Iranian American council was he surprised by the statement no not at all I mean this is part of the game that the trump administration is playing on the one hand they are conducting economic warfare on the other hand there pretending at least home pay in Boston are pretending as if they're interested in diplomacy I would advise you to take a look at the report that Bolton road a couple months before going into the administration in which she described the strategy he would pursue when which one element would be this pretense of seeking diplomacy while in reality pushing for economic warfare part of the reason why Pompeii always making these statements is in order for the rest of the world not to fully recognize the degree of the aggressiveness of the policy that they're pursuing vis a vis rod and out there pushing for that the starvation of the country as a whole rest assure if the tables were turned and the raw onions were violating the deal walked out of the deal were trying to punish countries that try to adhere to the deal and they said that they want new negotiations no one in this world will take them seriously it's a shame that some people seem to think that there's some degree of seriousness when Pompey was making this claim mindful of the fact that my flow how the trump administration has behaved that said tree Parsees reading of that statement by Mike Pompeii that he would be willing to go to to her on he's the president of the national Iranian American

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Rocket League Developer Acquired By Epic Games

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Rocket League Developer Acquired By Epic Games

"All right. Let's get into the first big story epic his bought the rocket league developer Siahaan IX this happened. Just after yesterday's show pulled some of the information from Michael mcwhirter over at Palley gone. So yeah, epic games. Y'all know the maker of a fortnight on real engine is acquiring Cyanika maker of rocket league. They've actually worked with on real and epic over the years. But of course, rocket league many of you know, is you're running around a stadium with RC car. So here's the news grandpa describing. Oh, little car. Is it you're right. I'm actually not like an avid rocket league player. I would be as offense Offense say. se as I also, by the way, Jeremy Donham full disclosure, good friend and beyond founder over at John, and friend of the show here. Jeremy Dunham as Parsi onyx got a chance to congratulate him. So if you're out there listening, Jeremy everybody over there congrats. But let's get into what the news is. So first of all, they're acquiring them deal is still kind of coming together. But then the big news. Of course that people are wondering what's this mean for a rocket league on steam, what's it mean for the EPA game store? I'm sure that's the strategy only a little bit. It's been said so far, but what has said or actually this came way of Papa gone, right? Yes. I was wondering quote, anyway, let's read the quote, the came will remain on sale on other platforms, including steam in the meantime, according to the press release itself. Epic insight onic say the game will continue to support on steam for all purchasers, but the language sounds like rocket league will become an EPA game store exclusive on P C. And they haven't said this specifically, that's why I was making sure we have more quotes coming. And and what the source of that was so pollyanna reached out for clarification on that other. And then I'm gonna ask you for your. So what they said sign. It says in short nothing will change at all. This is regarding existing customers that was part of the leading question. They said over at scientists were still committed to providing rocket league with frequent updates that have new features new content and new ways to play the game for as long as you'll have us in the long term. We expect to bring rocket league to the game store and to leverage our new relationship to grow the game in ways, we couldn't do on our own before we believe that bring rocket league to new audiences with more support is a win for

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What is a Parsec?

Curiosity Daily

03:45 min | 1 year ago

What is a Parsec?

"Sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this.

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Is there a difference between weather and climate?

Curiosity Daily

08:08 min | 1 year ago

Is there a difference between weather and climate?

"Do you know the difference between the terms weather and climate? It's an important distinction. If you follow science news, and we've gotten a lot of questions about it lately. So today, I've got you covered as reported by the conversation weather, basically refers to stuff happening, right? This second like cloud, cover and temperature. You know, the day to day conditions of the atmosphere. Climate is a more macro view. It describes the average atmospheric conditions over many years. In fact, the World Meteorological Organization says that figuring out a climate record. Takes a minimum of thirty years of data. This includes things like average annual rainfall overall direction of the wind or what time of year, you're most likely to see snow. Here's. An analogy that might help. It comes from Jennifer Fitchet, who's a senior lecturer in physical geography at the university of the Witwatersand. The climate is like your wardrobe. You got a winter coat and scarf, or when it's cold flip flops in shorts for when it's warm and everything in between whether is the individual item of clothing you choose to wear you change what you wear from day to day. If it snowing you put on boots, and if it's really hot you might wear sandals. The thing is everyone in the world doesn't have the same wardrobe. If you live right on the equator, then you probably don't have a winter coat, and that brings us back to weather and climate the conditions in one place are different from the conditions far away from wherever you are. Here's what that means for how we can understand climate projections and climate forecasts the weather forecast, you see on TV or on your phones weather app is there to help you figure out what to wear on the other hand climate projections. Tell you what scientists think the climate will be in forty fifty maybe a hundred years climate projections are a war. Warning that we might want to change up our wardrobe. Maybe we won't need such heavy coats. And maybe it's a good time to pick up some shorts or umbrellas or raincoats. There's no need to switch up your whole wardrobe overnight. Just take your time look ahead and plan and adapt and hopefully stay dry a sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this. The kessel run. Obviously makes Cody happy, you know, who else is happy by most metrics Scandinavians, the annual world happiness report consistently rates the Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland among the top ten happiest nations. So today, we'll wrap up with some life philosophies from Nordic countries that might make you a little happier in your own life. I is hugging. The Danish concept of Hooda translates to something like coziness of the soul. It's the feeling you get when you're snuggled up under a blanket with a loved one drinking cocoa by the fire as a life philosophy. It's all about allowing yourself guilt free indulgences, especially when the world is dark and dreary anything from getting together with family and friends for a meal to spending time on your own reading a good book like from the Star Wars expanded universe to sand. The next philosophy is Logam logo is a Swedish word that roughly translates to just right or optimal. You probably heard the saying everything in moderation, including moderation. That's what logo is all about. Whether that's how much sugared add to a batch of cookies or how much of your life. You devote to your work. This philosophy urges a healthy balance. That doesn't swing too far in any direction and one other philosophy is see sue. It's a unique finish concept. That's about persisting through challenges until you reach the end the term roughly translates into English as a strength of will, determination perseverance and acting rationally in the face of adversity. It's not about courage in the moment. But the kind of courage that has to last over time after inspiration has sputtered out. And the real challenge has shown itself, you can read about these and other philosophies in our full right up on curiosity dot com and on our free curiosity app for Android an I o s but none of these pique your interest. Then you can always turn to fica. That's just another word for coffee break a new. Doesn't like coffee or breaks? Today's ad fiasco sewed was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to carry Greenwald. Anthony highland. Maximilian rate in Johnson and Julianne Gomez for your support on patriot. We really appreciate it. To learn more about how you can support curiosity daily, please. Visit patriarch dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. Join us against Moore for the award-winning curiosity daily. And learn something new and just a few par sex. I'm Cody Goth, and I'm Ashley Hamer, stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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"parsi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"parsi" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That puck crossed all the way across the reds. They looked at it. Good goal. Mark stone. He's twenty first season at three thirteen auto eight to nothing advantage over Colorado and three minutes later, the senators were back scored. And all of a sudden, they're lead was three nothing common show bought a point game player. But also a heck of a defender throws it in front base score again. Amazing shift for the Ottawa Senators mix of way on one day. Ryan to single on the other does Ingle his nineteenth of the year at nine to one of the second Ottawa would they three nothing lead at that point. So the Avs needed a goal before the end of the second period the ads would get a goal before the end of the second period because big z out of the blue line with a blast near side cornerback Parsi for Nathan MacKinnon door of a department. Z with a big drive from the point in the ads begin their climb. Back a goal late in the second period gives Colorado, some hope Makita, Zadora wound and fired. And that puck broke the sound barrier inside Canadian tire center here in Ottawa. Doro scores in his second game back after coming back from injury and cuts the lead to two it's three one Ottawa with one oh seven ago here in the second. That puck was moving. Big.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Okay so just give us a sense of of of what what would be the end game from the israeli perspective and frankly from the perspective of someone like john bolton i mean what would be the end game once you scrapped this deal with iran what what next once you scrapped this deal with iran you will either have massive sanctions reimposed on your on or it will go as far as a military confrontation in both of those scenarios the balance of power they believe will shift in israel and saudi arabia's direction right now as a result of the iraqi invasion the rhonda's have managed to rise in the region expanded influence and this is primarily come at the cost of us influence israel and saudi arabia influence in the region and he's rarely than the salary to have been pushing this on the us the last ten years they wanted a military confrontation to be able to go back to the plea two thousand three balance of power that existed when iran was isolated and contained in vientiane if you kill the nuclear deal you can snap back these sanctions once again crippled yvonne in the konami and shift about in the favor of israel and saudi arabia or you can go even further by having a military confrontation wish these railways certainly believe if the us docks will lead to a scenario which yvonne we'll be significant me we get this is not about nuclear weapons this is not about the nukes program it's even not really about regime it's about the dollars tower in the region and these really than the saudis know that they cannot shift it's in their favor on their own they can only do so if they can rent the american military.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That presentation it seems to me has been widely criticised like across the board as far as i can tell at this point i mean we need a little more time but if this was indeed used as some type of mechanism to sell the the us to drop out of the iran deal i don't think it did very well it was definitely aimed at trump though the big time oh yeah and with the music the music we should say as much yeah i mean i should j just in in in in all in all transparency we added the music because the original music they had was just not as bouncy as the reef says the running far mysteries like it's the deal that nobody's happy with and that's why it works we gotta take quick break when we come back treat a party we are back sam cedar on the majority report on the phone it's a pleasure to welcome back to the program treat a party he is the author of losing an enemy obama iran and the triumph of diplomacy welcome back to the program treater thank you so much appreciate it so yesterday i believe it was yesterday benjamin netanyahu provided a sort of i guess a little bit of like a remedial ted talk on the iran nuclear program as he called it give us a sense of what he actually presented yeah actually presented nothing new e essentially focused presentation on activities iran had engaged in between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand three which had some military dimensions and the world already knew this this was nothing new whatsoever in sock there are reasons to believe that these eighty actually did not hack you on the hacked i e and got his information from rather than the von volumes because in july two thousand fifteen as part of the nuclear deal is agreement yvonne is agreed to cooperate with the investigation and hand over all the information that was requested as well as make all of the individuals involved in these activities available to the i e h interview them completed that reports by december second two thousand fifteen and concluded that they were now content and that.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Or you have a audience of one and you want to try and convince him to scrap the deal what do you do well you give a little tech a ted talk with a complete with slides and props and bb netanyahu delivers is just basically said the iranians have said for years that they don't have a nuclear weapons program however wrong lord after signing the nuclear deal of two thousand fifty you ought intensified its efforts to hide a secret two thousand seventeen you on its nuclear weapons files highly secret location entail a few weeks ago positive point second say know that there's no one in this office maybe we'll take a couple of hours who couldn't come up with the exact same slides and headlines above their this is so all i would say at this point as watching the presentation not that dramatic we need a little more drama bb ago in greater achievement israel james of the material inside false and here moving up.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Action like i say signed by all five members of the permanent members of the un security council and i think all the members of the european union and you have our secretary of defense maybe on the way out who knows but saying look and i think he plays up there was definitely reason to not trust iran in this instance and the document is built in such a way that it enters into this agreement without the naive at any naievety and let me just say real quick me madison's a very anti orion guy going back to iraq so i don't think it's all just even his sense of strategy he personally loads the place but you know facts are facts in the case i also i'll add while would we do in this i also think that mattis realize is like we don't have any other option like here's the guy who is quite aware of the limitations of the us military and i think he realizes that we don't have an option here us invasion or attempt to destroy your destabilize iran there's just no military solution to this so that's where we are on the us side now however in addition to saudi arabia israel has a huge i guess investment one could say in the united states scrapping this deal and then going to the next step which is extensively to bomb bomb bomb iran saudi arabia of course the other major player in the region that has a similar investment and so what do you do if you are the leader of or prime minister i should say of israel you know donald trump is either made this decision and needs help selling the decision to scrap the deal.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Like that like you know the the smoky tape on there but just about every legit window treatment you know what i'm talking about like he pulling no all right blinds dot com that my reality i'm sorry blinds dot com promo code majority rules and restrictions apply all right folks in the lead up i spoke to treat a parsi about i don't know about an hour ago and we're going to have them back on a relatively soon timing more or less with the with what trump ultimately decides to do because i still think that people don't have a full appreciation of what the deal with iran does and what the terms were entering into it in terms of what the united states is trying to achieve and why it was so important and with all that said here is secretary of defense mattis who is talking about the deal and he is testifying in front of a senate i believe i don't know if it's the the the defense committee this was four or five days ago and he talks about reading the deal and that it it's provision for keeping iran honest are extensive well we all recognize jcp oa was an imperfect arms control agreement when was not supported by the congress yes sir i understand senator and i think that their use of denial and deception to hide their nuclear weapons program not their nuclear putting their nuclear weapons program over many years have them in a position of being suspect i've read it now three times all hundred and fifty six pages or whatever it is including since i got an this job i was able to read the classified the short classified protocol and i will say that it is written almost with an assumption that iran would try to cheat so the verification what what is in there is is actually pretty robust as far as our intrusive ability to get in i to get in that sort of thing so he's talking about the jcp a is the joint comprehensive plan of.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"But i wanna play this one because it's sort of funny and president is really building bridges it's really impressive this is donald trump who welcomed the first leader from sub saharan africa to the white house on monday just a reminder he he's been in office for over a year i mean over that's yeah exactly like over twenty five percent of his presidency knock on wood has passed and he decides to bring in the first sub saharan african leader prince akeem yes and of course the nigerian president guy named a muhammadu buhari was asked about donald trump's earlier references to countries like nigeria specifically and here is a dodger has really shown that i've been one hundred percent right and pro president bihari i want to ask you you're the first leader from sub saharan africa to visit president trump here at the white house did you address his reported comments from early this year when he reportedly used vulgar language to describe african nations i'm very careful with good process while well as myself i'm not sure about news veggie or whether that either allegation i give the president who's through not so the best thing for me is to keep quite we didn't discuss it and you do have some countries that are in very bad shape it very tough places to live in but we digging discuss it because the president knows me and he knows where i'm coming from and i appreciate that we did not discuss it mr president you can ask a question he got he is he got he got with anywhere else like to ask him a question but the funny part is bari is almost like doing everything he can to not double over in laughter we keep that up keep that up for a second because he it's almost if he's like oh man i can't believe i just got away without having to answer that question he can't even go forward a little bit more like when it turns trump just as soon as he throws to trump he is full on breaking out in laughter at least two times here just focus on hit red gut.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You are listening to a free version of majority report with sam cedar to support the show and get another fifty minutes daily program could jordi dot s m please the majority rapport with sam sita it is tuesday may first two thousand eighteen my name is sam cedar this defy time award winning majority report we are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage guana canal in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on the program today as the drums of war begin a new treat a party on bb's iran attack gambit spoiler alert spoiler alert turn down your radio you're listening device you don't wanna hear a john kelly thinks he's working for dangerous moron new documents show the coke brothers had hiring and firing power a george mason university north carolina teachers call for a one day strike in mid may newly confirmed secretary of state pompeo in the middle east organizing ducks in a row for potential iran strike while trump decides to hold off on a trade war with our allies and billionaire carl icahn finally gets a financial hardship waiver from the epa meanwhile down at the border america besieged by the first eight of nearly one hundred and fifty asylum seekers from central america please lock your doors arm yourselves trump legal team most likely the leak of their own notes on what trump might be asked if he were to sit down with robert muller exactly and the us and uk send scientists to the ant arctic or antarctic to survey the crap storm that is ultimately headed our way.

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2018 NBA Playoffs: New Orleans Pelicans thwart Portland Trail Blazers in series opener, hold on for 97-95 victory

CBS Sports Radio

01:16 min | 2 years ago

2018 NBA Playoffs: New Orleans Pelicans thwart Portland Trail Blazers in series opener, hold on for 97-95 victory

"Three for their seventeenth straight win overall it was this insatiable all around play of ben simmons that led the way the biggest difference i've noticed with this first game than the regular season is you gotta be locked in simmons was certainly locked in finishing with seventeen points fourteen assists nine rebounds jj radic twenty eight points marco bell and e poured in twenty five off the bench the raptors were looking to snap a ten game losing streak and playoff series opener's who was a three point game against the wizards answering the fourth until surgery baca led the toronto charge triple works parsi now back to the nearside lightweight what walk toronto eric smith raptors radio network the raptors and their game one drought rallying past the wizards won fourteen one zero six sixty balk at twenty three points twelve boards the marta rose in at seventeen in the west the pelicans anthony davis was determined to get his first career playoff win and with the help of regime rondo andrew holiday he got it racing to the other end mccollum shoot cellini three knocked it in it beats the buzzer but it won't beat the pelicans and new orleans on the road is the sixth seed takes down the blazers here in game one sean kelly pelicans radio network ninety.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Was how the president of the united states called the free press in 2017 mr president it is a testament to the condition of our democracy that our own preston uses words infamously spoken by joseph stalin to describe his enemies it bears noting that so fraught with malice was the phrase enemy of the people that even to keita crews jeff forbade it use towing the soviet communist party that the phrase had been introduced by stalin for the purpose of quote annihilating such individuals unquote who disagreed with the supreme leader this alone should be the source of great shame for us in this body especially for those of us in the president's party for they are shameful repulsive statements senator jeff flake of arizona he who is not running for reelection because of well his criticisms of trump have put him on the socalled shit list um so the he's got the ultra rightwingers as opposed to just the regular rightwingers going up against him and he knows he'd be trounced in a primary but that's the same jeff flake who voted for that horrific attacks deal the same jeff flake who voted to kill obamacare the same jeff flake whose voting with this president even as he decries the fact that he calls the press the enemy of the people pretty scary stuff if he asked me um uh the jeff flake is no hero of mine however this speech that he gave on the floor of the house on on the floor the senate this morning was really good this alone should be the source of great shame for us in this body especially for those of us in the president's party or they are shameful repulsive statements yup and of course the president has it precisely backward yes he does despotism is the enemy of the people the free press is the despots enemy which makes the free press the guardian of democracy you know and and it's true the free press it's enshrined in the first amendment and yet we have this president who today and we have comedians making fun of it um you know at some point today allegedly he's gonna give out his awards for the fake us to fake news fake news to donald trump is anybody who is.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"When you watch and the reason why he was when you would is actually because of advan reather of what these protests were caused by you see part of the reason why the focus shopping is of course because the economic reeve since some of those economic resources are directly linked to the problems caused by donald trump when he tries to sanctions relief because the uncertain teeth at trump deliberately has created a balladur ability on the field by constantly going out there speculating that you will kill the deal and orders drama they we have every three months to see what willie overly nopporn anyway that is deliberate and it's deliberately aimed at creating uncertainty uncertainty then has a very direct effect of deterring companies and investors to go into the european market banks in particular are unwilling to in the fine hence investments if their investments are going to end up becoming sungshan by donald trump once or if she chooses to kill the nuclear deal so the uncertainty then becomes at this fact though sanctions that is preventing dirani us from getting economic benefits that they were promised during uh under the deal and without investments and this is an important partner as relating it to the protest without investments the iranian economy cannot create enough jobs to push down unemployment and investments have come into yvonne to very small extent precisely because of this uncertainty icing theaters are likely that the white house now has a few the protest as a sign of its success in deterring uh investments into yvonne essentially its success in killing the deal without explicitly killing duty without directly making it yourself.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"These are the two things here um this uh process of constantly every cmos having to certify to congress you're absolutely right has nothing to do with the deal it's actually an internal american mechanism but it wasn't just the republican it was actually the democrat goes well rates there who bush for that and and and the roots for that was because the idea that you know congress has to have the roles and this we have to be able to have oversight and as a result the essentially forced the excecutive rash sends its reporter is busted indicate that if that re mechanism had not been put into place trump could have been open to just forgetting about this deal and letting it be right but the fact that they've rescreen bonds he has to certify that something obama acted is still working its land to recurring insult to his ego right and it's something that frustrates and beyond uh imagination right um so so that's one aspect of it the other thing is will he then renewed the waivers because the united states is obligated to renew the waivers that waives sanctions on iran essentially as long as yvonne his living off to the end of the uh to to its end of the bargaining deal and there's now nine iaea reports such as if yes iran are actually fully complying with the deal so the us has an obligation to renew waivers he has to decide this by citing if she doesn't than the us is inc lear and direct violation of the deal and it is difficult to imagine that the yvonne ians would remain compliant that if you lift the us is outside of so we will have a crisis them but not at prices caused by yuval boca crisis caused by donald trump how that and eventually were workout it's not entirely next year but i personally believe that there is a high likelihood that he actually will.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"But that's at the third committee and the uh general assembly and at the un um uh human rights commission in which the annual resolution on the human rights situation anywhere on that is highly critical of iran's human humanrights abuses passes with roughly seventy five to eighty five votes in favour for the last couple of years only thirty or so countries voting against a stiff vote had been held at the security council the united states would have lost whereas on the normal circumstances it wins were the margin of sixty votes but when you do it the wrong way with no credibility and it's so blatantly clear that you were just instrumentalising it through your own regan then you lose and that's what happens then is that it's actually the human rights situation in yvonne suffers because there is any for putting a spotlight on the humanrights abuses any god and there's a need to do it the right way so we doesn't backfire and the trump administration is doing essentially everything the wrong way so then let's let's move than to to the deal and and also just the in another sort of just clear point to bring up obviously is that you know even if you took theoretically for a moment the idea that anybody from trump to bill crystal to nikki haley was sincere about you iran in human rights which i certainly don't uh you know obviously an american leader any but most especially a donald trump uh you know keeping quiet would obviously be the most helpful.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I would tend to agree with that i mean i might call leave your resume rushie you pointed out uh trump has tweeted two thousand nine hundred times since he became president only four of those tweets mentioned human rights mall four of those tweets were on iraq's well nothing or saudi arabia well no nothing on syria nothing on how to genocide of currently sticking taking facing me on my nothing nothing nothing but then suddenly only vaughn then that leaves the impression strong impression that he simply just instrumentalising humanrights said he's trying to use as for his own objectives of just pursuing a confrontational policy and this is very unhelpful and we saw the effect of that after security council nikki haley whose using her ambassadorship that the un to essentially launch she'll presidential campaign um called for an extra session at the un security council this is quite unusual because um the security house will only deals with issues that are defined as threats to international seek peace and security uh these protests were not at that level but nevertheless a meeting was held it and the meeting ended up becoming one in which most of the countries use it to criticise the united states and call into question why the meeting was being held in the first place and and warning that this was uh undermining the authority of the security council and its credibility only two countries sided with the us and that was true uh and uh the uk all countries of course express concern about the human rights situation in iran but quickly turned it to criticise the us and then also call for the us not to kill the nuclear deal so it it showed what a fars it has become precisely because of the trump administration has vivo critic duty on this sh compare this to the situation at the un when you use the proper channels to criticize iran's human rights abuses to legitimate be criticised.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I'd paradox and problem in american discourse where we could kinda get on a tree to parsley for just correctly noting what bill kristol's not only you know not some errant stupid comment that he made in two thousand three but eggs for decades long project of foreign policy edge tation that to sort of note that is somehow on you know not civil or or inappropriate that we have to take this kind of rhetoric at face value yeah i have to tell you one of the things that was most shocked by was how the host came to his defence right and even said uh you know let's get it straits go christo has not advocated killing your audience and i have to correct her as they had at all but uh he has um and i don't know if it is because she's just completely ignorant and has no idea about anything that many let's be frank it's not as if all of these anchors are particularly knowledgeable about how fixed up they bringing guests to talk about president opening such as a result of course uh but but at the same time it it it does seem to sit into a pattern in which the memory uh of the media is extremely short and particularly now when there are good reasons to be critical of many of trump's policies and behaviors there seems to be a desire to be completely forgiving uh of anything that neil causes on simply because they oppose trump now the old post trump mainly because trump rejected them not because of any how the reason um but it's it if so highly problematic because just because eu oppose trump doesn't mean that that whitewashes what they have done with iraq water still it's causing thousands of people to die in the middle east and.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And democrats invite victims of sexual misconduct to trump's state of the union address untrue trump will be up there have been at eu i recognize here that i stare blankly into space while i touched in nepal's on a plane whenever i don't know anyways people have been totally unfair to me and the trump declined to say whether or not he'll sit down for an interview with special prosecutor bob moeller and he has sold the trump family trump assault thirty five million dollars worth of real estate mostly too secretive buyers in two thousand seventeen as we discover the real meaning of make america great again all that and much more on today's program now if you're like me it always seem that there were basically two there were a couple of areas where trump had good instincts seemed to know that the obvious moral an economic case of giving everybody free universal government healthcare was probably popular which is why randomly even in the michael wolff book he apparently asked his aides way medicare couldn't cover everybody obviously he's a doesn't know anything and he's a totally despicable persons who is completely on board with all republican efforts to destroy people's health insurance and make things even worse on minority disastrous private insurance situation and basically uh beside that me pretty much doesn't know anything uh he is an idiot in many many ways also lazy serve if we can just do the medicare that go home just i think that healthcare's gross and if we could just give everybody medicare and i could go talk tom barrack y eat a cheeseburger and then maybe give another go at our tillerson's wife that would be great but there were two areas where it seemed like he sort of by trump standards which meant that he still pretty much didn't know anything seem to cannon oh something and knows were eminent domain awesome because eminent domain he can kick all people out of their homes and build a casino and also libel laws they really need to be toughened up presumably on people that do honest reporting about his just sort of on ending lack of ethics and connections the mafia and you know daddy issues and sexual assault and everything else all the story swirling rod trump presumably not as map went out earlier uh he.

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"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"parsi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You are listening to a three version of majority report with sam cedar to support the show and get another fifteen minutes daily program jordi dot s m please the obama giarra day rapport with sam sita it is thursday january eleven two thousand and seventy two thousand eighteen and i am michael brooks on a michael thursday in this is the fourtime award winning fivetime winning two things off there in the past two thousand eighteen five woods fivetime award winning majority report poor broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravaged is can now in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on today's program treat a par c president of the iranian american council on the protests in iran iran's internal politics the backlash against neoliberalism in iran and will our demented unstable president destroy the successful mostly successful iran deal internal democratic rebellion brewing as senate democratic leaders seem willing to negotiate over daca with trump and the republicans potentially entertaining some very very bad policies around immigration and immigration agents targets seven eleven stores across the country this is where we're at joe pyo and kelly ward the rumble of the absolutely beyond insane in arizona he's defending birtherism and saying that his president is wrong all daca recipients should be deported walmart is breaking out some wage increases and bonuses there saying it's thanks to the tax bill but shockingly they are being a little dishonest about it trump administration opening the door for states to implement working requirements for those that receive medicaid that will really help already terrorized lower income people and top us government computers are linked to revenge porn sites that's interesting very nice.

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