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Fresh update on "party " discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

Thom Hartmann Program

01:25 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "party " discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

"Thank you Thank you Thank you for your brilliant shows And I agree with vaccine passports And that's a badge of honor that the right is a man that you want the lack down because that's what I want on the math close to And then my cousin says CNN politics governor death sentence is trying to get $3.5 million from the statement from before his private party I saw Jessica I'm sorry I've got to put you on hold and Jessica's on line 6 choice If you could figure out what's going on there was such a loud buzz there It was hard to hear what's going on When in solon Maine hey when what's on your mind today Well what's been on my mind for a while now I am so very very concerned about the 2022 elections because if we lose not too many of those elections I think we're down to tell you the truth They just called the Virginia legislature for the Republicans after a recount one of the counties there For example it's going to be bad Concerned about the Democrats not being able to get it together Because we got all these issues recently abortion but student loans educational issues healthcare national healthcare climate electoral issues John Lewis voting rights bills workers right I mean you name it All these issues which most Democrats don't agree on all of them but they're pretty much all those issues I agree with but these are all battles As we don't put them together under one big umbrella to bring your money together because all these issues do tend to divide this track And cause chaos within the Democratic Party We have to put them together under one big umbrella or there's a Republicans are going to smash us Yeah There's a theory in NLP that the average person can hold 7 plus or minus two things in their mind at any one moment And typically three or four of those 7 things have to do with your immediate surroundings In other words you're sitting in the chair you're paying attention to the fact that you're sitting in the chair You're having a conversation you're paying attention to the person whatever it may be Which leaves two or three slots in your brain essentially to deal with an issue And that's why I always boil it down to three things And the Democrats need to do the same thing Boil it down to three things Why don't we bundle these things together Because all these were built back better was it was a marketing device It's a bundle in device So anyway when I'm proposing as we reflect the war not these little battles that we fight the war the war and war which isn't the war that's been going on for China and the needle okay And it's the war of class struggle because all of these issues do come down to power and money Okay That's what your thought can walk That's what they seek to support their oligarchy A bunch of fascists They know if they're doing And that's what they want They want power and money so they can have control over the whole world And we don't come out and we represent our struggle as a class struggle Okay We're going to lose We need to put them under the umbrella of class struggle This is class work there No two Yes We need to do that and push that Any one of those issues and Tom you're the perfect man to help us do this Please Well let's talk about it I'm all in favor of the Democratic Party messaging better when I wrote a book about it in 2008 that I know some Democrats have read and use And like I said I think that they should boil it down to three things And I think it should be free healthcare free education and I think the third one could be up for grabs But what's wrong with anything One thing One more because war is a struggle is class struggle Okay Here's another way to do it is we could seize the frame of freedom and go back to the frame for freedom that Franklin Roosevelt used In fact I was thinking I should write it off at about this FDR said you're not free if you're hungry You're not free if you're homeless You're not free if your job was You're not free if you're potential hasn't been met by having a decent education And the Democrats could use that word freedom And they could rebrand freedom In fact and I think that they should take a serious shot at And that would be your one issue when you could build everything into that and.

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Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About Winning an Election He Wasn't Supposed To

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 16 hrs ago

Former Rep. Dave Brat Talks About Winning an Election He Wasn't Supposed To

"Well, I don't know, I guess, you know, profit went out in the wilderness and found a young son who was out gardener sheep or something and pulled me an anointed me somehow. I do believe it was a God thing, but I ran. You know, and he spent 5 million. I spent a 150,000, I think. You know, all these stories were out. I got that was the butt of all jokes for months. I didn't really care. I have fun with it. And we ended up winning. And hang on. I need that reiterated. So Eric Cantor in his campaign in Virginia spent $5 million to get reelected and you spent less than 200,000 and you defeated him. Yeah, nowhere. It was something the Iran I had the Tea Party win behind me, but then I also to double down, I ran on the Republican creed. To make sure that people understood I wasn't a renegade. And I said there's nothing wrong with the Republican, the only problem is no one follows it. And so I ran against him and he ran 5 million in answer with me as a stick figure with a professor dunts hat on and call me a liberal professor and most of the folks knew I was a nice guy, liberal arts professor, liberal arts, right? So I think they're playing on that one a little bit, but people knew I wasn't a liberal professor, so it eventually caught up. And so it was I kind of trusted the people, right? In quiet, in the privacy of that voting booth, I want the first hundred people in that phone, but for me versus him. And that was my bet. And I wanted to bet on that

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Fresh update on "party " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "party " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Alexa Just say Alexa open WTO Okay News On air on mobile And now on Alexa It's four 41 President Joe Biden has this week's sign the bill passed by Congress at the last minute that avoids a government shutdown for a few more months but lawmakers will soon have another challenge on their hands sidestepping a default on the federal debt as we hear this morning from double DTO peace Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller Maryland senator Chris van hollen says lawmakers have to determine how to raise the debt ceiling soon to avoid what could potentially be an economic catastrophe You and I can't wake up in the morning and not pay our mortgage or car payment without consequences The debt needs to be raised in the coming weeks and as talks continue some have suggested folding it into the national defense policy Bill which is another major matter that the Senate needs to address House minority leader Kevin McCarthy doesn't think that would be a good idea and he maintains Democrats need to raise the debt ceiling on their own The one party rule that's what they want the one party rule should deal with that On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO P news At four 42 In fact do you wanna go through watching the three part Beatles documentary get.

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Former Rep. Dave Brat Agrees All Modern Democrats Are Radicals

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | 17 hrs ago

Former Rep. Dave Brat Agrees All Modern Democrats Are Radicals

"That. I'm sure you agree newt is one of the greatest political minds out there. You fought as a congressman. You want to seat you weren't supposed to win. But today's Democrat party, it's just radicals, isn't it Dave? Yeah. Yeah, and I think newt had the right solution. Our conference, right? People may not even know what that is. When all the Republicans get together once a week, we meet in conference. And our strategy back when I was there and I think it's been the strategy for a couple decades is you just let everyone run their own race. So you've got the entire national intelligence agencies, coupled up with big media. Now teamed up with big technology, all the donors are on the left. And a single congressman with a megaphone is supposed to compete against that one on infinity. And it doesn't work. And that's why we lose. We do not have a team voice. And so our speaker of the House needs to get a new contract that we all believe in that that hits over 51% that's newt's genius. And it's got to solve the problems of America. It's not just a win election. It's got to solve problems, getting rid of this, the 45 trillion in debt. Everybody knows what the problems are, right? The border and you're just chaos across the country right now. But we need to speak with one voice and we need a leader. Newt was a leader, and we need a leader who will speak with one voice and unite us. And even with that, it's an uphill fight against the press and all the forces I just mentioned, but that's what we got

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Fresh update on "party " discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

Thom Hartmann Program

00:32 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "party " discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

"What they call a new state policy networks They've got these think tanks in every single one of the 50 states I'm aware that we've got Alec pushing these laws out there all this other stuff And there's nothing there's literally no such infrastructure on the democratic side Because there are kind of built but they can't Well not right now and therefore we need to get healthcare and get active Jerry thank you for the call We'll be right there You're listening to the Tom Hartman program called two O two 8 O 8 99 25 Back in the matter is when you're the party that wants to cut taxes on billionaires Billionaires tend to pour a lot of money into your party And that's what's going on I.

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Julie Kelly: Chris Christie Doesn't Have Anything New to Contribute

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Julie Kelly: Chris Christie Doesn't Have Anything New to Contribute

"I think, of course, you are correct. I can't imagine what Chris Christie is thinking, except that he wants to sell some books. I don't even know why he continues to represent the Republican Party or conservatives like he does on ABC News. He's so out of touch with the base. I really doesn't have anything new to contribute. And so, you know, as far as his comments on January 6th, he's going along with the group, think I'm sure he is not done any investigative research or recording. So I urge Chris Christie if he wants really some factual information about what happened on January 6th, he can look up my reporting at am greatness dot com and maybe he'll learn a thing or

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Fresh update on "party " discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

Thom Hartmann Program

01:10 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "party " discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

"And we'll welcome back Tom harvin here with you and there was actually I'll just get into that a little later on in the program So picking up your phone calls Jerry in San Francisco Jerry what's on your mind Your newsletters are so good but I think Thursdays was hair raising It was an abortion Right If anybody reads and our rights being rolled back if anybody who reads that is still sleepwalking then at invasion from Mars wouldn't wake them up That's for sure Thank you But what I wanted to talk about was the lawsuits by election workers in Georgia I don't know if you're aware that the election workers have been harassed for almost a year now Yeah and there's two of them that actually sued yesterday Yeah That's right Yeah And I have some friends who have been working with Stacey Abrams down in Atlanta and they've been asking for help from the DNC from for not just this but a lot of things that are going down the laws that are being passed in Georgia and so forth And I think the same is true in mariposa county too And they just aren't getting it Jamie Harrison Harrison Said a couple of days ago that he's going to Iowa because he thinks he can Democrats have a shot at turning red Iowa blue It's absurd I mean we already know where we need to go And my little megaphone I keep on saying we need to go to Atlanta We need to go to mariposa county and Phoenix Milwaukee Detroit Wayne county Philadelphia and I imagine we can add Northern Virginia and northeastern Virginia to that too But the people who are working and I know some people in Detroit and some people in Atlanta they don't have the lawyers they don't have the money to do what they're doing and they've just given up on the Democratic Party of being able to support them in some way I know the Democratic Party is doing an awful lot in this area jury And there's also law firms that are working on these things The sad reality is the Republican Party and the billionaires of the bankroll it have put together a 50 states strategy They've got.

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Tucker Carlson: Democrats Will Use Omicron Fear to Win the Midterms

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Tucker Carlson: Democrats Will Use Omicron Fear to Win the Midterms

"Tucker Carlson is right. You play the Tucker Carlson quit. Clip one more time about what they're going to try to do to scare people and they're going to use COVID, they think to try to win the midterms. As the Democratic Party comes closer to certain defeat, a year from now in the midterms, all of this will intensify. That's the whole point of it. It's how they won last time. And so they're doing it again. Only crime. Not a single person is in the hospital in South Africa because of omicron and yet that's the pretext upon which the CDC has just assumed surveillance powers. You don't need to be a genius to connect the dots here. But they're not ton of geniuses running the Republican Party, apparently. They still don't seem to understand what is happening. Listen to them and they talk like if this was about a virus, but somebody needs to push back. Maybe it'll take a new party, a civil rights party to stop our descent toward actual tyranny. But make no mistake unless someone stops it very soon it is coming. You know what? Be it peace 'cause good things are

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Miranda Devine on Why Hunter Biden Is a Sleazeball

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 d ago

Miranda Devine on Why Hunter Biden Is a Sleazeball

"Some of these situations which Hunter Biden literally involving some pretty sleazy people who I would imagine would would put him into some very uncomfortable situations right Well basically thanks to Joe Biden Hunter Biden was introduced to the inner sanctum of both president Xi of China and Vladimir Putin in Russia He was mixing with the oligarchs who were at the very top of both of those power structures both in Moscow and in Beijing and in Shanghai His father introduced him to those people In fact in 2013 when Joe Biden was vice president he flew hunter on air force two with him to Beijing for a series of meetings with president Xi and the big weeks there in China And he also was introduced at that time to one of Hunter Biden's new business partners because a few days after they left Beijing hunter of course the deal was signed and delivered on a basically a fund and investment fund that would grow to by 2019 have $2.5 billion worth of managed funds funds invested in it And the Hunter Biden still owns 10% of that business It's called bhr And you know that means that the president's son was in business with the Chinese Communist Party

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Konstantin Kisin Was Once Asked to Sign a 'Behavioral Agreement' Form for a Charity Comedy Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 3 d ago

Konstantin Kisin Was Once Asked to Sign a 'Behavioral Agreement' Form for a Charity Comedy Show

"The country, that seminal moment that made you a household figure in the UK with this story of it was a college gig was it not where you were going to do some stand up comedy constant and there was some contractual requirement from the hosts? Yeah, well, I actually happened is they invited me to help them raise money for charity, so they were asking me to donate my time. And then they sent me what they called it behavioral agreement form, which made me feel right back at home in the Soviet Union, which said that they had a zero Torrance policy on racism, sexism classism ageism ableism homophobia by far would be a transfer of it. Xenophobia islamophobia, anti racism, and it also said that all jokes and must be respectful and kind. And as you rightly say, when I turned it down, I mean, all sorts of things happen. It was the second biggest news story in this country on the day that the then prime minister of this country was nearly removed from office by her own party. That would be the equivalent of Joe Biden nearly gets impeached by the Democrats and the second biggest story on CNN MSNBC Fox News et cetera is unknown comedian turns down a gig from unknown college, et cetera, et cetera. So it was absurd. It was a crazy thing to have happened. But I think you know, that was one of the moments and you played the clip of us talking about no longer advertising SurfShark. That was one of the moments when we really started to feel that standing up for principles was more important than immediate short term gains. And that is really the approach we've tried to take with the show. We talk to people who are controversial to have different opinions left and right. And we're interested in the truth. We're not interested in partisanship. We're not interested in are you on this side or in that side? We want to hear what you think we want to have a conversation about it. And if you're wrong, that's great. There will be people who come in and challenge that. And if you're right,

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FTC Should Investigate the Democrat Party for Anti-Competitive Behavior

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 4 d ago

FTC Should Investigate the Democrat Party for Anti-Competitive Behavior

"This is absolutely outrageous So the Biden administration Biden Harris and the rest of them They're going to make the price of fuel even higher They're going to reduce the domestic supply even more Even more As they write a pry bar the Biden Harris administration is recommending Congress hiked the cost of oil leases on government lands from 12.5% to 18.75% The 6.25% point royalty rate increase in oil companies contradicts the administration's promise to lower gasoline prices Biden Harris administration have asked OPEC to increase oil supplies They asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate oil companies for so called anti competitive behavior How come nobody can investigate the Democrat party And the federal government and the bureaucracy for anti competitive behavior That's what they're all about That's what they're all about

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Joe Biden Refuses to Recognize Florida and Texas for Successfully Addressing COVID

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 4 d ago

Joe Biden Refuses to Recognize Florida and Texas for Successfully Addressing COVID

"So they all worked together The American Marxist the media the bureaucrats the Democrat party and so forth Which is why we have the politicalization of science An autocracy is the response From the politicians in that party and from rhinos And they ignore the science obviously Florida is doing something right Florida has the least number of cases and deaths It has the number one best record in the nation Despite the fact it's a hub for people coming into this country including from the third world and the Caribbean in particular Texas has the fourth best record Now it wasn't that long ago when Joe Biden and the rest of the idiots were trashing the governors of both of those states desantis and Abbott Now their words don't pass the lips of Joe Biden his press idiot his autocrats or the media Amid the depressed he faced the nation and George Stephanopoulos is weak None of them said hey look You used to attack the census Here's the best record in the country Just attack Abbott He's the fourth best record in the country Vermont has the highest number of vaccinated people It has one of the worst records in the country How do you square these things Scientists and medical professionals but they don't ask them questions like

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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It's What You DON'T Do That Will Keep You Happy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last week

It's What You DON'T Do That Will Keep You Happy

"Just indulging whenever you want, doesn't keep you happy. And the message that we should be giving college freshman at the university of Arizona is not that your parents are the worst people ever and that what you were taught was a lie. Instead it should be this. It's what you don't do at the university of Arizona that will keep you happy. That's what kids do to hear. It's the parties you don't go to. It's the drugs you don't try. It's the drinks you don't, you don't have. It's the relationships you don't engage with. It's being able to say no and have self control. That's actually going to keep you free. Not the other one. It's the other way around, right? It's that no freedom is indulging. Freedom is being young only once or whatever Yolo, you only live once. Then, maybe when you're young, you can get away with it. Maybe you get it out of your system. Don't recommend it, but whatever. But you start to realize that I need to do more the next time to try to make it feel as exciting. It was the last time. It's like all of a sudden the guardrails start. Yeah, it's like the window starts to change. It's like, I have to do myself a little bit. And this is one of the things I could get a little bit into dating and all that stuff. We've always gets people's attention. I won't say this to young women, but young women will appreciate what I'm saying. I'll talk to young men. So I always say this and all the young ladies always applaud when I say this. I say young men, you gotta get your act together. You gotta get your act together, and all the young ladies are like, oh yes, absolutely. So a lot of young men are directionless. It's like prolonged adolescence, right? It's mature infants, right? And so but it's not all young men's fault, by the way, because they live in a society that coddles them that tantalizes them and emasculates them, right? But you want to know a characteristic that young women want to find in men, it's a young man that can control himself. It's a young man that can go 90 days without drinking. It's a young man that can say no to all the other pressures. Because if someone's like, wow, if he's able to say, no to somebody else will make good decisions and he'll be able to protect me. Like, that's a really cool

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Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

"Will Rashida Tlaib? It was a very questionable individual. She believes we need to end federal prisons and open up all the jails and the criminals. This is now a stated policy position of the Democrat party. Now you might say, how could anyone possibly believe this? Will you see if you do not believe? That people are naturally inclined towards doing evil? Then you have to explain it away. And Rashida Tlaib believes that prisons are the reason why people do bad things. Again, you must go to college to believe such things as play cut 20. Yeah, again, I think that everyone's like, oh my God, we just release everybody. This one's. But did you see how many people are mentally ill that are in prison right now? No, I know, but the act that you don't actually release everyone, human traffic is. Oh, I know. Child sex that are mentally ill that have substance abuse problems. Why are you asking me about them? You're asking me about the traffickers trying to understand your proposal is sort of sweeping. It does release everyone. What? So sometimes I watch these clips beforehand. Sometimes I don't. Good for Jonathan Swan. I'm gonna text him after this. He's from axios. Tlaib, that's stupid? No, she's actually a I could see it immediately. I'm like, okay, now I know what I'm dealing with. And yeah, I'm just kind of a loss for words. What I was just watching there. She was admitting, like, of course, oh, I know. I'm gonna open up all the prisons, of course, obviously. The sex traffickers the murders, the arsonists, hey, you know what we need? Ted Kaczynski needs to be walking the streets again, according to Rashida

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Glenn Youngkin and Ron DeSantis Are Proof That Local Elections Matter

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last week

Glenn Youngkin and Ron DeSantis Are Proof That Local Elections Matter

"Let me ask you something Look at the Commonwealth of Virginia We're going into that if you really want your main focus is who's going to be the next president of the United States That's all you care about As Trump going to run if he runs he's got to be Biden His Biden gonna want Is it gonna be Kamala Are they gonna get rid of her and put in Pete Buttigieg All these things If you're main focus is who's gonna be the president of the United States Let me ask you something Do you think Glenn youngkin And the Republicans sweep that we just saw in the Commonwealth of Virginia three weeks ago Do you think that improves the chances for a Republican to win the Electoral College votes in Virginia Versus should Terry mcauliffe had one Do you think maybe Moving this state the state of Virginia into the red column with regard to its governorship and its statewide leadership at lieutenant governor and attorney general do you think that that may be moves Virginia a little closer to being in play and being a purple state Do you think that governor Ron DeSantis winning a very close election Three years ago In Florida do you think that helped Move Florida more solidly into the red column Do you think that his policies and the way he's governing in Florida moves it even further into the red column where maybe when we get to 24 Florida might not even be the toss up state that it has been Maybe whoever the Republican nominee is won't even have to focus as much energy and time and money as they have in years past in Florida Because desantis and the Republican Party has done such a good job in that state that it's more solid or Republican state than it would have been Do you see what I'm saying Do you see how these local elections actually help put together that puzzle that gives you your Electoral College map

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Caller Criticizes Joe Biden for Waging War on the Energy Sector

Mark Levin

01:17 min | Last week

Caller Criticizes Joe Biden for Waging War on the Energy Sector

"Now on the head actually you just had everyone saying that inflation inflation in that last caller who called your name it was like nails on a chalkboard People started realizing that the Democratic Party and I don't even just mean big slate the economic literacy of their golden base And the masses of this price inflation is doing a monitoring inflation when you constantly pump money into the economy and increase the money supply you obviously artificially surge in demand And as a result prices increase And it's just like no one talks about this And another thing with the Biden doesn't control gas prices slogan when the president of the United States gets on a podium and wages of war on the energy industry our energy sector producers are going to hold back Nobody knows what to do They can't really invest because they don't know what the next move is this administration is going to be So yeah the president has a major role in what's going on right now and also not to mention you touched on earlier about canceling the pipeline and the leasing on federal lands in Alaska and so on and so forth Yep this guy is waging a war on anything that they're just terrible Joseph you're absolutely right and by the way I'll add to it but first I'll say thank you for the call and the

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Liberal Caller Fails to Notice the Dramatics in His Own Party

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last week

Liberal Caller Fails to Notice the Dramatics in His Own Party

"But rob and Cleveland Ohio disagrees with me so of course rob I want to hear from you Rob come out in here Thanks for calling I'm Larry O'Connor You're on Mark Levin Larry how are you buddy Good man Happy Thanksgiving Happy Thanksgiving to you I call into these shows a lot I go by liberal rob I'm very left leaning on things when it comes to social but specifically I'm conservative Okay Every time I hear somebody filling in or even Mark Levin everything's so dramatic and everything that's wrong with the world is it's the leftist system Democrats They're trying to comment you made about they don't want you to have Thanksgiving and hold hands Do we have to get that kind of I guess straw man fallacy Do we have to get that kind of dramatic with it to I mean is it something that I mean you've already won over 99% of your listeners you're almost like kind of barking up the tree freaking to the choir Hey rob I'm gonna let you finish but just so you know do you know the Atlantic Are you familiar with the magazine the Atlantic I heard of it I don't know The Atlantic is considered like the gold standard for liberal thought in this country It's they've got all the smartest journalists It's a big full of think pieces It drives the intellectual left in this country And then frankly there's a lot of my friends who are on the right who read it and respect the ideas that are in there This is a headline This is an article that just published today in the Atlantic The headline is deprogram your relatives this Thanksgiving Sub headline Maybe you'll change a heart or a mind or maybe you'll need to report a relative to the FBI Now now rob I understand you want to call it and say oh you right wing radio host you're all full of hyperbole and you're angry and you're saying that But do you see what I mean when I say that they don't actually want us to have a harmonious Thanksgiving Do you remember how Barack Obama wanted kids to go back and start lecturing their parents about politics at the Thanksgiving

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Nick Searcy Previews His New Film 'Capitol Punishment' About January 6th

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | Last week

Nick Searcy Previews His New Film 'Capitol Punishment' About January 6th

"On Let's go right to it Nick Tell the listeners about this film what it's about and why you felt compelled to make it Well the film is called capital punishment with an O and you can access the film You can actually pre order it right now at capital punishment the movie dot com And the way this film came about is that I went to Washington on January 6th I was there and not to make a film I was just there kind of as a tourist and I shouted a few little videos and fun things Yeah I was following you that day Nick I actually was paying attention to your field I was like oh Nick's there I'll just make sure that I'm paying attention to what you were doing So he's not lying He was actually there Yeah and then when I left and got home you know what I saw was a bunch of people about my age I mean a lot of them and you know they were all praying and singing The Star-Spangled Banner and saying the Pledge of Allegiance And to me it looked like a tailgate party you know it didn't look like a riot that moment I got home All I saw was this violence and the media never showed any of the other things about that day It made me just why are they lying about it Why does it not match up with my experience And so that's how the game about just trying to reconcile what I saw was what I was being told happened

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Democrats Propose Legislation to Nationalize Elections, Allow Teens to Register, and More

Mark Levin

01:43 min | Last week

Democrats Propose Legislation to Nationalize Elections, Allow Teens to Register, and More

"The Democrats had proposed federal legislation that would nationalize all these elections That would allow 16 and 17 year olds to register That would allow people to vote in precincts other than their own That would prevent the use of voter ID so you don't have the person's identification or address If you're mailing in a ballot that would prevent a signature comparisons And if you vote in person it would prevent the judge of elections or anybody else at the precinct from challenging your vote and challenging who used claim to be even if they know you're not who you claim to be It prevents localities and states from cleaning up their voting list dead people people registered more than once non citizens registered people who've moved and on and on Prevent you from cleaning your records And that's just some of it That's just some of it So imagine having that law in place and let me tell you a little secret If they get a majority in the House in the Senate I don't mean 50 50 I mean 51 49 And if they have the presidency and they have the house by one or two votes they're gonna make that law Because we've now reached a point where we're in many respects where post constitution as I've been talking about now for years and we are It's more like a one way parliamentary system When the Democrats are in anything goes if they have a simple majority When the Republicans in they follow the constitution so you need super duper majorities You need to respect the courts their separation of powers So we have two parties playing by completely different rules Completely different

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Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Is Deplorable

Mark Levin

01:18 min | Last week

Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Is Deplorable

"What would joy read do with this mister producer What would MSNBC in the racists and the bigots and the professors they bring on more racism because what would they say about this When you have an African American driver and all white victims who died See this is the danger of the media matters mediaite these other operations This is the danger of the American media What Brooks has in common with the three people who Kyle rittenhouse shot they're all felons With long felonious records That's what they have in common Victims Victims I wish to notify these are predators And the media and the Democrat party embrace the predators They have no problem with the predators They have a problem with you You say you're deplorable They would never call Darrell Brooks deplorable Would they Now they wouldn't Or the three felons who were shot by Kyle rittenhouse they would never call them deplorable Now would

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"party " Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"party " Discussed on Party Lines

"That is the sound of the rest of you enjoying yourself. Because it's almost the end of summer like they will summer holidays right school's back pretty soon anyway. No that's fake news. I don't believe it. Oh well it's also the sound of last call on this podcast. Last week we asked. What do you want this election to be about. What's important to you and we heard from a lot of people on this one. So many of you pointed to one big issue until this loud and clear your priority is climate change. And i promise we will get to it. People wrote into say hashtag election forty four has to be about climate change action because as a global community. If we don't deal with that and nothing else really matters next week please please please talk about climate change. Things are becoming so dire. We have to talk about climate change and use our voting powers to vote in people who actually implement a strong plan for greener economy. Whatever party that might be. And this one stood out. This person said the that's the un's intergovernmental panel on climate change has basically said the next three decades of my life are going to be full of escalating apocalyptic events if this election isn't the long awaited climate election. I'm afraid the next one may be too late to salvage the rest of my life. That's a real downer tweet but we hear you loud and clear along with climate change. A few other topics kept coming up. We saw affordable housing We've already talked about that on the campaign a bit. So maybe i should talk about it. Universal basic income far macaire childcare the truth and reconciliation commissions calls to action reconciliation overall with first nations may t- in any we'd all these identified by you as big things you wanna see. The party's tackle and certainly things you'll hear more about on the podcast here as well. We do love. We do love it. We love hearing from you So this week we want to know in light of what we talked about there. We're in week two. What has grab your attention so far. Is it an issue. Is it a wedge. Is it a leader. Let us know tweet us. I'm at rosie barton and throwing the hashtag on that tweet past his party lines and let us know what you think. And that is it for party lines this week from. Abc news and cbc podcasts. I'm rose martin chief political correspondent for cbc news an element of the mood chief. Not giving up on summer and culture writer for buzzfeed news. Hang in there. Thanks for more. Cbc podcasts goto. Cbc dot ca slash podcasts..

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"party " Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

08:04 min | 3 months ago

"party " Discussed on Party Lines

"Them vote. is healthcare you. Would you would think oh healthcare. Well we've got a universal healthcare. Everything's good well. it's not it's not great and it's not. It's not perfect. And i think a lot of people also coming out of the pandemic. I'm not sure we're out of it. But you know coming off the back of it Have thought more about healthcare. Perhaps than they have in the past and again in this election healthcare has already started to pop up and emerge as first of all an important policy issue where the main parties really differentiate themselves. And i think contrast is what elections are about and this issue is a good one because you can really look at things and say oh. That's quite different. So here's where. I feel more aligned I'll just go through it quickly. And then we'll talk about sort of how it flared up this week politically so the conservatives promised to meet with premiers within the first one hundred days to strike in your health agreement which is what premiers have been calling for frankly from from justin trudeau and in erin o'toole case he would boost the annual growth rate of the health transferred to six percent And that would be about sixty billion dollars over ten years. Not really clear how he would do that yet. Because we haven't seen as costing but that's the overall promise The liberals want to invest billion dollars is what they've promised on top of the four billion that they invested recently to try and eliminate weightless to Encourage the hiring of more doctors and nurses and nurse practitioners and the and ep to want to Work with provinces to increase access to primary care And want to make sure that Other things like pharma care is is introduced. A national farmer care plan which the liberals promised in the last election. They've made a little bit of progress on it but The not too far down the road and a dental care plan. So that's sort of the broad strokes of it but what became fascinating this week in my mind was the positioning around whether there is a place for private healthcare in this country to facilitate Access to to private to healthcare overall. That could deal with waiting. Lists and other things Let let me play. That clip of erin o'toole just to position us on on that issue. I view innovation as a good thing. I trust the premier's to do what is best for patients. In their provinces if saskatchewan when alberta ontario or quebec want to innovate to provide better healthcare. I support that. Why because it gives canadians more choice. The more choices canadians have in health. Care the better. It reduces wait times and it frees up. More money to reinvest in healthcare should say that mr tool that was erin. O'toole the conservative leader. Who also said you know. I believe in universal healthcare. It is fundamental to how canada works. But what did you make of that. Comment that clip. I mean i'm so interested in the story because the something about the healthcare discussion that almost in this country anyway. That almost skips the intellectual part of the conversation and we go directly into the emotional. It's like the very possibility of raising private healthcare. The very possibility of raising choice in healthcare all those words seemed to trigger an anxiety at least in some voters that parties can then choose to exploit never whatever ways they find possible and so. That's kind of a refined ourselves this week right because this whole thing started because the liberals put out this clip it was tweeted by christopher freeland and the clip was o'toole explaining that there are ways to find Public and private. You know synergies was his phrase in canadian healthcare. Well the thing is twitter ended up labeling that clip as manipulated media because there was the rest of the clip. Where we're o'toole says that it's still really important to maintain universal access all of that background to get to this place where healthcare becomes this wedge issue. That's really fun to talk about. Because even making room for the possibility of private healthcare in this country becomes an anxiety and oh to specifically was talking and praising to sketch wins approach to is. There's a huge backup in getting an mri and saskatchewan sort of established a system. Where you can go and pay for an mri and o'toole is calling that a form of innovation. It's not really clear whether the saskatchewan plan has worked or not wait. Times are have not decreased but is just the idea of opening of this. Discussion has created a whole new wedge to talk about. Yeah at a time when frankly they've all got you know good ideas about how to deal with healthcare and trying to meet the challenges. I think that people feel in their lives which are very often access to doctors family doctors and wait times getting treatment for things so they've all got these ideas but instead of talking a lot about these ideas we've spent a lot of time talking about healthcare as a wedge issue as you say and whether there should be a place for the use of private companies in our public health care system and in the clip we played of mr tool. It certainly sounds as though he's open to that that that's a conversation. He wants to have the problem when you when you say that though is that you expose yourself to a political attack about as you say an issue that canadians can be quite emotional about and quite protective of and so it wasn't surprising then to hear the liberal leader. Say this something that area tool has clearly and directly said. He is a long-standing believer in a for profit models of healthcare. He needs to come clean with canadians on exactly what that means when he says that. So i don't know what what do you think like we. We've talked about canadians being emotional and protective of healthcare. But do they Are they even willing to have that conversation. Do like is that the conversation. We should be having around healthcare in an election. I mean if you wanna talk about the policy conversation certainly because we're just emerging from a year where our healthcare system has gone through a lot and be the question of is. This working for us should absolutely be up for debate. The fact that erdo tool has advanced the argument that he's going to increase funding by such significant amount is a huge step. But none of that is what we're talking about right so like when i think about for example the global mail had a headline that was you know reference how errand or tool promises choice in healthcare the toronto star. Ask a question would he undo canadian medicare in the process. That's where we ended up. Going is the seems to be such little tolerance for opening the door for privatization that it can immediately be kind of seized upon. And you stop having the policy discussions you stop having the intellectual discussions and you only have the emotional ones about our country where we want to pay for really important care or is it a part of our value system that we're not willing to negotiate for it. One of the things that stood out to me erin. A tool said when asked about our healthcare system he said i like the healthcare system. We have now that is to put it plainly a very different tone than how usually political leaders talk about healthcare because they talk about such reverence they say it is the backbone of this country. Eight is the most important thing that we have. We should build a shrine to it. This very very rarely this idea of. That's fine but there are things that we can do. And i have to imagine if the liberals are watching erin o'toole talk about wanting to have it intellectual conversation but healthcare. They would welcome this. Because i just wonder.

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"party " Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"party " Discussed on Party Lines

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"party " Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

09:00 min | 6 months ago

"party " Discussed on Party Lines

"Now has been sort of blown up might be the right word at least in hint at least hit by a couple of things by the politics of the middle east complicated and the leadership's response so enemy. Paul has been leader for a year. She does not have a seat in the house as you know as many of our listeners probably know she tried to and failed so she leads from outside of the house. She's an auto pretty regularly. She does lots of interviews and scrums but she is not in the house in able to ask questions of the prime minister and that kind of thing well over the past week or so one of her. Mp's jennifer out win from fredericton decided that she was going to leave the green party and become a liberal. Mp so now she is so that's one of the party. Yes that's gone and you can trace some of this back to when the crisis in the middle east was unfolding most recently annemie. Paul put out a statement that called for a ceasefire condemned palestinian rocket attacks and talked about the excessive military force. Coming from the israelis janika Didn't like that statement. She called it inadequate and she essentially went to bat for the palestinians and called what was happening there and apartheid. Paul manley and other green. Mp did the same. He also criticised the statement. Thought it was too weak. This led the senior adviser to enemy. Paul i mean no. This is so long but just bear with me not to take to facebook on may fourteenth and call out their own. Mp's for what he called anti semitism and discrimination he also called jagmeet singh and sadly green. Mp's he didn't name them. He said that we will work to defeat you calls adviser says will were to defend green polka right right and labeled all these people anti semites now been you know ongoing sort of back and forth around the time line. How much did this actually influence. Jennifer at wynn's decision to leave but what it has resulted in was on tuesday night the counseled green party. Federal council gets together and decides that they are not going to hold a vote yet to get rid of enemy paul but they are going to require enemy. Paul the leader of the party to make a statement that she denounces the comments of her adviser and that she fully supports her caucus. And so that's where we are when we record this. This may happen later today. And if it doesn't it's possible enemy paul's around much longer but like holy shmole like what who knew. The green party could be this fraud What do you think is going on there. I i love this story this story. I love this story so much. And i love it because it is an equal opportunity. Land mine like there's a chance that your blow up every single person's face enemy paul's position has been that jenner cat when crossing has been in the works for a while and the whole conversation about prism of israel with just basically a manufactured reason for her departure but it doesn't look good for her as a leader to have lost a member of your caucus a third of her caucus caucus three people. Genyk you made history with her election but the greens actually do have a few seats in her home province. So there's a possibility. This could backfire on her. Trudeau appears to be easily. The person who comes out on top by gaining an mp which is like a huge win but like her views on israel don't exactly aligned with the liberal parties and there's no good reason why this doesn't present a future source of tension again if not like right now i don't know even like elizabeth may the former leader of the greens has been like quite widely reported to be an odd with the enemy. Paul very publicly and may has been the face of the party for so long that i think it's a big deal to undermine the very first person to take over after you. Everyone has something to lose god. Who the because you know they might think the winners here. Because the greens were nubia their heels for a minute but atwood made it explicit when she was leaving the greens there was only one place she tells you go and that was the liberal party and could that be electability reasons shirt but it's also true that you know if you're a progressive person. You'd look at that and go why would agree. Mp go to the liberals and not be just like the states feel high for everyone and it just like happened very quickly. Yeah i we should point out that win since becoming a liberal has altered her position on the middle east saying now her words were actually intended to send quote strength and support to people in need that she recognizes palestinians and israelis are suffering. So it would seem that someone in liberal parties probably had a conversation with her around dow. Yeah but the other thing to keep in mind here and these are important. Facts to is that enemy. Paul is herself jewish and that she is the only female leader of color in the house. These are not insignificant facts when it comes to this conversation because it then becomes sort of what is going on here in the party. Is this about policy. It or is this about style of leadership and ability to lead a party. Can you even lead a party. That is really built on trying to get everyone. Just sort of respect each other's positions it was only this week that enemy paul really took in my view. Any responsibility for how this unfolded. Here's a bit of what she said and willing to recognize anything that i might have done to contribute to the situation. It's important for me to grow and learn always as a leader and be humble enough to recognize that. We are like months probably. We are probably months out from an election. This is not how you want to be heading into an election even if enemy. Paul does what they want her to do here. And she gets passed this hump. She is deeply deeply weakened by her own party and it seems hard for me to see how she goes into an election in a position of strength. I just don't see it. You might reasonably like the last few years of green party as a journey towards professionalization towards being seen as professional you know sort of national party and this undermines that with one move like be idea that there's this much of infighting intention and the leader that the party was so excited about has arrived. At this point it does a lot. It really does a lot to undermine agrees of worked towards in terms of like building. This image does. The i would say is that they have already been not criticisms but maybe questions about enemy paul's decision making because she's insistent on running in toronto center probably the safest liberal writing in the country. I mean it doesn't get much safer than than center and sure enough in a by-election. She did pretty well but she didn't come even close to winning the by election. She wants to run their again so that continues to sort of raise questions about her judgment as a leader. One can think of wealth for example. There's a couple of hours outside of toronto where the greens already have a provincial seat and so it would be very easy to imagine that you would maybe be able to build support but she was not really having their conversation. I mean the other thing about all of this is that floor. Crossings can sometimes be a harbinger of like an election to come. People start to get restless people start to think about. Oh man am. I gonna get elected if i continue to be with this party. And when you a decision like this it kind of feels like there's an energy in the air that everyone's starting to think about their own future election prospects and if a third of the green caucus feels like. They can't get elected with the green party and they leave. It raises questions about that professionalization. That's been happening inside the green party for so long. Yeah i think it also raises questions about how this party works. Moving forward after elizabeth. May you know who was the leader. The party for so long and who managed to sort of shape it in her image now. Some people you know weren't down with the image but after she decided she didn't want to be leader anymore. There's a question about the so. What is this party and who does this party represent. This is not a problem unique to the greens. You could argue. This is the problem that the conservatives had after. Stephen harper left and andrew. Scheer did not succeed in defining who the party was without steven harper. The it's not unlike what's happening here so it wouldn't be unprecedented to see the first sort of person out of the gate to replace. Liz may potentially not succeed. But i do think that the green party has a more to lose because they felt like they were gaining some momentum and this could totally put.

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"party " Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

03:14 min | 6 months ago

"party " Discussed on Party Lines

"And the charter should like take a seat. Yeah and i think in the case if you look at quebec whether it be around well they would call it a secularism bill or whether you look at language laws. Those are two things that criticized the legislation as much as you want. But they the quebec government. In those two instances plus it goes. Government would argue that they are overriding the charter to protect the identity of quebec the language of quebec and the culture of quebec. You can dispute that. But that's what they would say so you can sort of understand why they might make the case. That section thirty three should be used in the case of this particular one does. I don't think that party. A third party financing speaks to the identity of ontario are need to survive what happened to our rights if we were to be bombarded with third party ads for twelve months like clearly the scale is a little bit different and unfortunately the only way right now for citizens to judge whether the notwithstanding clause is being well used or not is with an election. That's really the only sort of safety mechanism that's built in all of this. The fact that it does expire after five years. That's sort of the normal electoral cycle. And that's when people can weigh in and say you know what that didn't make a whole lot sense to me. And i'm not cool with that. I would critics seemed to be saying though is if you start to use it more and for things like what. We're seeing ontario. Does it start to normalize the use of it. And how does that affect the country's rights overall and. I think that that's a pretty good question to ask. And should we be as citizens worried about that right. It's not so much. The story as would opens the door to because you're kind of in politically unprecedented grounds in terms of this kind of use. The glass and i get is a blatantly political moment to us. I'm than i was standing clause so if ford is going to do this. Does that open the door to other premiers to do that. Certainly the constitutional scholars are banging the tables of course in the back of the room. Because i'm sorry constitutional scholar. They're banging of the table saying no. No this is not this things for and the question is like. Is anyone going to listen to them. Yeah you know to be fair conservatives would say no this is exactly what it's for. This was the whole point of putting this in the constitution was to allow provinces to make these decisions and claim their own powers to make their own laws for it not to be influenced unduly by the court and you can understand that that is the argument that provinces would make but i think you have to also be willing to defend fiercely. Why you're doing it. In this instance. For now i have to say maybe what is allowing the ontario government to avoid a huge amount of criticism. Is what you said off. The top that election financing is not generally why people take to the streets right. This is not this is not. They are not feeling this directly in their everyday lives. And so maybe they'll be able to do it and move through it without it becoming a huge issue but that.

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"party " Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

07:35 min | 6 months ago

"party " Discussed on Party Lines

"Your best friends. So join me. Alina mahmoud and a panel of the smartest culture critics that i know as we dissect the discourse but also have a great time doing it. This is a cbc podcast. Hey there i'm rosemarie barton. and i'm elena democracy and this is party lines rosy for the first time in ontario history. The government has used the constitutional option. Duck ford government invoked the notwithstanding clauses week barry so his government could pass legislation limiting third party election advertising after a judge said back violated the right of freedom of speech so this week. We're going to go deep into the charter of rights and freedoms to look at its most controversial. I love it. I love i love it you. Meanwhile green party leader. Paul lost one of her. Mp's to the liberals so that's a third of her caucus now gone and she's facing growing discontent among the membership. She's had the job for less than a year. What is it make the green party. What does it mean for poke. Its party lines drama addition. Let's do this ooh okay. I'm excited for this one. Today show is full of dramatic turns the start with this. Bill just took effect antero. And it's a bill that was introduced by ford and the progressive conservatives and essentially would've does is restrict. Our third parties can spend their money on political advertising ahead of any kind of election. The law that the. Pc's are tinkering with here is not a new law. It was originally introduced by kathleen wynne to keep big money out of politics so before there were certain restrictions on how much third parties like unions are advocacy. Groups could spend a little messing about six months before an election. Ford made that period a whole year before an election but kept the spending limit the same and they made the argument that this move will keep big money out of politics. So unions can't spend big bucks for a whole year before election. I should also add that. It's not just unions. There would also be partisan sort of lobbying groups that would be part of this would be considered third parties like ontario proud. Oh yes that's right so the opposition says hey this is anti-democratic which is of course up for debate. But like that's what an opposite job is is to oppose and say the thing that you're doing is not great anyway. The bill ends up in court and a judge last week. Says actually this. Bill is unconstitutional. Because the pc's pulled this year before the election thing out of a hat like there's no explanation for this kind of arbitrarily said for this period. That's where things get dramatic and i'm like rubbing my hands with exciting here. It's i can really is happening. Okay so doug. Ford recall. The ontario legislature invoked the nuclear option aka sections thirty three. Which is the notwithstanding clause and with the section does for folks who are not familiar is it. let's provinces say well okay fine. This law passes unconstitutional. But we're going to override the charter for five years and we're just gonna do anyway and chaos. I mean not really. Because i've had a lot of conversations with like relatively political friends and not one of them was like you know what i want to talk about is huge story but it is a big deal because it's the first time that it's ever been used in ontario and it's like the courts played this powerful card in ontario was like here's a counter spell this really powerful and it raises the question. Should we have accountable. Card against the chartered. Is this how we should operate this democracy. I love it and we have to answer. That is against in the next ten minutes. It's super fascinating. And it's also a conversation that we have sort of sporadically in this country when a when a province decides to invoke the notwithstanding clause which happens very very rarely producer. Richard wanting to make sure we said that very rarely quebec has used it multiple times. Which probably won't surprise people. They've used it with bill twenty one. Which is the bill that prevents people from wearing religious symbols work in public service positions. They've used it already with bill ninety-six which is their new language law. New brunswick almost used it with a mandatory vaccination policy alberta used it around the same sex marriage law back in two thousand but didn't end up. Having to all that to say is there are attempts to use it. There are threats to us. It would probably be the to put it by provinces to sometimes say we're willing to go this far and then some sort of compromise is reached or someone down or the courts their minds. It's super interesting. I think to look at it from different. Political ideological perspectives liberals Who of course brought in the charter. Under pierre trudeau would say that. This is something that was done. In order to placate a couple of provinces in order for the constitution to be repatriated and that is as you say the nuclear option. It is the last thing any government should ever consider. In order to suspend rights conservatives would have a different view conservatives would say this is vital to allowing politicians and policymakers to push forward their agenda and not be held back by the courts and those positions. Are i think valid in this conversation. I think when the question is is whether in this instance in particular this is about politics as opposed to policy where it makes sense that you would need to suspend the rights and a whole lot of people are certainly saying that this is about politics and and doug ford and his party not wanting to see overwhelming criticism during a writ period leading up to next june. right like what's been an interesting fallout. Is that few people are talking about the substance of the bill. Like sure can change a lot about how democracy works like that is something that a lot of parties do but everyone is now talking about how their getting better like. It's kind of like using a helicopter to get across town like no one's asking about your destination just like why are you taking that to get there and i feel like it's time to overlook the fact that like you mentioned you know in quebec section thirty. Three's like brushing your teeth. You wake up shower and then you use section thirty three to override some stuff but ontario. The idea that this is new territory is significant. Ford has threatened before he spent a use it when he was pushing to reduce the size of the toronto city council but that threat used to be enough that he was the specter of using. It kept it from actually being deployed for the nuclear option. Maybe we should back down here but now that it has been pulled it raises all these questions but the use case because is it actually an emergency to limit spending on third parties people's screaming in the streets. If i hear one more union ad on the radio will lose it like is that what's happening or is it. Perhaps that these third parties are to be blunt less likely to make a big adspend saying you should vote. Pc and it is in fact in ford's interest to make sure that their ability to spend is affected. That's not an affair thing. Nearly every party gets into power and figures out a way to tip the scales slightly to make it harder for the other guy to get support or getting money but not every party pushes the big red button and says it is imperative that our political interest be protected.

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03:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Some of us cried. Some of us had to like be alone. Some of us. We're like let's do it again. When are we doing it again. And so we. We actually ended up having a donor step up and say might i have to hobbies one. Another is volunteering in prisons I i'm going to sponsor you to build a program to do this all the time and so so we did and so from there then. It was like a a bulk up of a new level of project. Music heals us or kind of a mouthful. We we just say pm. Meet you in the end. Yeah yeah and then. Then then i met or meet and i was in a duo with anna and decided that we wanted to do a project that had social impact of of some kind. And we're kind of trying to navigate. Okay well we wanna do. All of these career type things. We wanted to record an album. We wanted monthly in carnegie hall. We want to. We want a commission of peace. You want to do all these cool things but while it just feels it feels like not enough. If you just just do that you know what if we could do that. Not just for ourselves. What if we could do it in some way that we can Blended in with pm it you and blended into the mission of like using art to make a bigger stamp a bigger impact of research. More people in You know as artists were. We're on we're in the spotlight for. That's our job you know. We're like people come to watch us and be in the spotlight. And so what if we can actually bring like a social cause into the spotlight with us. And so and then Dreamed up this next crazy level pm it you with which was traveling on the route around the world's going into refugee camps and working with people from from from everywhere from from congo from From south america from afghanistan from syria from Went to the palestinian haitian refugee camp to denmark to we were. Yeah so this was also a wild and crazy ride and and so then when we were we just. We wrapped that project up a year ago. Now the initial phase of that project And we're prepping to sort of take it into the next phase of like working on those relationships and continuing like returning tours. That wouldn't necessarily be me. An anna would send our musicians back to continue working with the kids that wanted to learn music. But just didn't have the resources to do it Maybe doing distance learning these types of building blocks and then covert hit and yeah and so When covid hit we had an extremely robust prison system. We had to prison program not a prison system. Good lord we had two year round programs going We had a number of tours per year into correctional facilities around the country We hadn't again returning to.

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05:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Food is afraid of. I can't do those you can't raise your for were disastrous mess. It was it was so we're standing there and one of us is holding the treat we took turns holding the tree and and ends like Holes over here. And i was like oh there i can see my eyeballs. And he's like. I can see them when my eyeballs and they're not there and so we're like grind each other about the holes on the inside. Which would have been visible from your angle. Not covered over the on the outside. Were inside the tree. spend the tree. There's amazing okay. So oh and it's also still covered in the like netting at this point. Yeah yeah as it should have been so but but the point is that we we did. We got through it. We got the tree up. We opened our one of three boxes of lights and it more than covered the whole tree. Yeah like looks fine okay. There is just no way there will certainly be be pictures shared along with this episode but there is no way that we need to double this number of lights triple. They even said like the on the tree on six hundred ten hundred lights so we bought the nine hundred. And we're like oh we don't wanna not have enough. Yeah no three hundred. Three hundred was perfect for an over seven foot tree for us. But it's also because i wasn't my little blinded because the tree is on. Yeah so we have a modest beautiful leila tree where you're supposed to put your ornaments if you've got so many lights on there that you're blinded look at ornaments looking into a giant lightbulb. The shape of a tree. So who's an adventure so but then okay so back to the katie target. We needed a target a tree tar tree time goodness so then we find i. I wanna wooden star and i was kind of like this idea. You know well. They had multiple wooden stars. Look twigs stars stars. Yeah and so. One had lights on two headlights on at one twinkles one. Don't the other one had lights. Not but i also so so we. There was one they were. It was like the twigs. were like wrapped. Like there's not really twigs. This is the wrong word. But i don't have pictures. Look that picture. Moving basket tree. One was just like straight horizontal like wrapped around and then one was like all intertwined and so we decided to go with that one and that would happen. Have lights on. I was like oh. That's cool little light up to. We missed a word on the back. There was a word on the box. It was very important that was twinkling e twinkling. I did not want twinkling lights. So we put up those little light up a look great. That's really neat. Plug it in your. It was bad it was. It was really terrible. We didn't want to go back to target so we just cut the. I re wrapped it with a different set of lights longer. Twinkles does lights up but it doesn't twinkle so it's not offensive to me is so it's perfect..

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Expectations. Yeah i hadn't really thought about that aspect. Yes yeah having people that you haven't met like when you're setting. I can't imagine setting up a classroom of beginners on zoom. Yeah and even. I mean one of the things. That's hard about distancing and teaching beginners. Is that you can't go up and like move them around and yeah that went out the window like just impossible because they're really not self aware at eleven even at fourteen the the the eight-year if graders. They don't know that they're like arm articulates in debt like they're like separate motions that you can do with your arm and so i'll be like kate. Relax your shoulder. And they'll like do like it's like really weird like no that these parts move independently right right. Yeah okay. I want you to put your shoulders down. But leave your elbows out k. K. flapper wing. Yes and just like contorted their body and mike that feel natural and he was like kay take a step back think like an eleven year old and you have to come up with all kinds of weird sayings to get them to internalize and be aware of what they're doing with their body because they have no idea so yeah. So what is one of the things that i tell Students all the time. Is you know when they show me their armpit. I don't wanna see your pit like. I don't need to see your armpits. So they take their right arm up and all the sudden it's just like armpit. No okay so now drop your drop your shoulder and then their whole goes to plea by their side. Yeah and then. The wrist comes up. And that's that's what. I call chicken wing in ways class. Okay this guy chicken wing and then and then like see. I told some as they get sock. Puppet you've got sock puppet and like nobody needs to see the sun with the right hand. You know. Four sometimes chicken wing. I also tell them you know the ones that only swing their arms back and forth from the shoulder and we're not angry moms walking around the neighborhood like stop swing in your arms like you're like you write these down. Yeah so. I'm what are what's another one that you use because i really like chicken wings. Chicken wing in then went. Okay flap your wings. okay yet. Flapper weiner is that for them. Basin basin cello. Their shoulders are up like this. And you can't flat all the way your your shoulders very short answer all the way up and then if they still don't get it been i have actually just squeeze all the way up. Say squeeze your shoulders up to your ears and touch the top of your head. And so then they tighten up like tight turtle. Mike and then i'm like okay. Let it go ban. And then their shoulders down the violence..

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05:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Oh and me i will. I'm i'm getting there. I think about all gophers miley cyrus packing packing awful Actually really like unpacking. Because i like putting things in their new places and setting things up. But i absolutely hate tearing everything down and putting in boxes i will say the worst part is not actually the packing. The worst part for me is anytime you have to drive the moving truck around town. Oh so slow and cumbersome and someone who's not used to it you always feel like i'm gonna run some poor little car off the road and kilogram is not something. That's on my bucket list. I'll everyone be sure of that. It's nothing to be intentional. I actually had a similar experience just recently. We just bought a dining room table which is awesome but yeah we had to go rent a truck and this was just like we went to home depot and rented like the twenty dollar pickup truck. But i drive a tiny little hyundai accent. It's just driving. The home depot. Pickup truck for an hour was like nina can attest to this. I was just stress. He was in a space soleil. Yeah it was not okay and it was really unfair of me. I should have driven it. Because i drove trucks for years and i enjoy driving trucks and i don't know why i wasn't like i don't know what was wrong with me and i was like here. You go and then like he gave his drivers license and insurance card. And then i just like win sat in the passenger seat and he was completely uncomfortable and i don't know that that was hindsight. Next time we get a chuckle. Drive it because i drove it when we moved the mattress. Okay so the reason. We got movers. This last time was because of this mattress was the worst thing that i've ever. Yeah we've moved it from tiny house to rose street and it was hoped pain fall like it's so heavy in it's so cumbersome and is just news the most comfortable mattress i've ever slept on but also the heaviest mattress. I lifted moving it. Just the two of us in the dark in the dark down like oh sidewalk with no lights miserable. Yeah out of tiny house out of the tiniest house you can imagine which was basically two rooms with the hallway. That was also a kitchen. It was not fun. It was not fun but you also drove when we rented the van. Move the china cabinet. This you drove that two vehicles. I've never driven every car i've ever owned has been like a subcompact or a hatchback something tiny. I have never.

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06:38 min | 1 year ago

"party " Discussed on Pivot Party

"For the level of Lake. Sight unseen I we a picked an apartment on hard dot com and. Moved here without ever see it. Okay. So. That's how I moved to Houston in August without ever having been here before and stepped off the plane and was like I live here now and. You. Spend a lot of time in Florida. So you were familiar with the Gulf coast. Not. Over See my family's. Atlantic side and that's hot but nothing truly prepares you for the heat. The heat in Houston and the humidity that was the thing. But you know. I was excited about living here because of the educational opportunities and the music opportunities that I had always heard about helped but I, didn't really know. Firsthand and so I'm from Maryetta Georgia. So what's funny about being from that area and then also living in Houston is if you're from Marietta, you say you're from Atlanta if somebody asks you where you from Atlanta and I used to do that all the time. I still do. But it's if you ask somebody from the Houston area where you're from, they will say Houston even if that means that they're from like one of the surrounding areas. but so. Dan when you moved here, how many loops were there and you in Houston the beltway was still under construction. This was nineteen, Ninety, seven, nineteen, Ninety, seven. So we were not in the like three loop with scenario that we find ourselves in reading surround. Mr. Yes Oh. Yeah. When I moved here, there are already three and so I'm the I'm the latest. To move to Houston. But you know, I, think the biggest change for me coming from Georgia. Was How people don't put buggies away at the grocery store percival what's a buggy but you say buggy. Say It's. A CART It's actually a buggy. Tyler is a buddy. I thought that was a tiger thing. To like, that's what I grew up with. You know your parents were like, go get the buggy and so. I've been made fun of my whole life for that well once I left. Tyler? You'd go back you liking, got my buggies hold on what is the generic term for carbonated sugary beverage coke. Coke Muka. So at least we can all agree can that coke is a generic term? Difference like I'm going to get a coke and then like, okay what kind. And you're like Dr Pepper. Cherry coke. Okay Yeah buggies though yeah. y'All don't say that in Tennessee. Their cards. Okay. Well, shopping carts if you think. About it well, it's on a Sunday? Okay. Perhaps, but I was just really shocked that people did not put their buggies slash carts away at the grocery store and they're just like in Houston vice-like aimlessly wandering around the parking lot and I had never seen that before by I know that that's ridiculous. But that is what was the most shocking thing to me was that there were just shopping carts. By the time, you take the extra twenty steps to move your shopping cart into the cart. Corral? You've sweated fourteen more gallons of sweat and might need a bottle of gatorade or something. So people just like I can't I need a coke. So. that. All, right. Well, no. Okay. So what was the most shocking thing to you Dawson about here? Mother shocking things but I think what shocked me is how much I didn't know about a city I had visited. So many times. like I said, I was visiting my aunt in the suburbs and hanging out in her pool and we'll go to Galveston we do all the Houston things but. I don't know when I moved here. The first thing I did of course is I went to Kia and. Walked you know got my furniture for my for my new place. Is Hundred degrees outside and I was just so. Kind of stunned and excited by all the different languages you know I knew it was obviously a big city it was more international. How international it was I mean even compared to Dallas it's it's so international and. So. That was just really really cool a really really enjoyed that, and then I started noticing. That sort of thing everywhere. And then, of course, all the food and the. All the arts and it just goes on and on and on but the other thing that really surprised me is again back to the heat my I grew up in Texas I thought I knew what he was but tyler, he is different from Waco he which is different from Houston. Houston as the worst by far, it's like all the heat's so so for those who are not familiar with their Texas geography or don't have to take Texas history which. I did not know was that thing like okay. So I did not know that Texas had its own pledge and then also had like required Texas curriculum for students in school. So that was also shocking to me. Did, you have to take Georgia history. Book because I definitely had to take Tennessee history. By the time we moved here I had already passed the grade Texas, history was required never. Oh. Wow. I I remember taking US history. And world history. But I don't remember if there was a Georgia history. Class. I'll check my report cards so. We'll look we'll look back but okay. So we were talking about you know finding the heat shocking. That was asking Dawson like where is Tyler where Tyler in Waco compared to Houston, and.

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10:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Morning not have to go anywhere work continued not going anywhere he dinner and it never leave the house and that has has definitely changed a lot of my habits changed my entire routine and it's been really really interesting wage. I think it's also really weird and random that there's been this crazy shortage of canned diced tomatoes at the grocery store it is there have been so many times where we just really want a dog Salsa, and absolutely could not because you cannot find a can of tomatoes that's true or graham crackers. I'm not really sure what the s'mores explosion long that's been happening. But numerous times we have tried to go and get graham crackers and there aren't any at all like not even the knockoff generic brand new jersey. Yeah, H-E-B graham crackers, not good. No offense HEB. So these are obviously just a few more light-hearted examples of things that have changed over the last few months and a lot of people have experienced a lot more serious change and a lot more unfortunate change out there. So, you know, we're going to we're going to talk some some people we share some stories. We're going to have other people share their stories. I'm pretty sure that we know such a wide range of people that We could probably find someone who's experienced just about every different level of upheaval and change here over the last few months. So we'll plan on getting as many of them on the show dogs can as many who are you know, willing and comfortable sharing their stories and you know, hopefully that will be something that will resonate with everyone as a listener. I hope so we do have friends and family and other people in our lives that have lost jobs have switched jobs have of decided to start new adventures. And so that's what we're really looking at with pivot party. It's not just about having to buy some off-brand graham crackers. It's really thought about changing things up in our lives and being okay with it and how we cope with it and how we deal with it and looking at it through the lens of creativity dead. Looking at what we've lost in the last seven to nine months and honestly time doesn't even feel like a thing. I rarely know what day it is. And yeah, I know about you Dan and I talked about that all the time where we can't figure out what day it is what time it is the things like that have really lost their meaning but there's been a gift of that as well. I just kicked the Mike stand there has been a gift to having to change things up and some of the gifts are getting to spend more time with our families and in our home. So the downside of that is it Labor Day when we're recording this and it's about 7:30 p.m. And my work just texted me out of the blue and that's really odd that is a little strange that you know, that is one of the odd things about this time warp. Is that Since nobody really knows what time it is or what day it is. It seems that we've lost some of our what is that not decorum boundaries. We've lost some of our protocol for when we can work and when we can't work, but like I said, we're looking for creative and you know exciting ways to embrace this change because this isn't going away and it's not going away anytime soon. And that's what we're here to talk about. So for me, I'm a professional musician and in March lost a third of my income because all concerts were canceled. And so one of the things Dan and I have started doing and this was a big pivot for us was we started a business and we've been talking about it long. We've been talking about it for what 2 years 2 years, right? We've only known each other 2 years 2 years and 4 months 2 years 4 months 3 days. I don't know how many minutes neared well so basically yeah, we've been talking about starting a business together and it has always fallen to the back burner and I know we're not the only people that have gotten to start some projects that they wanted to do that were on the back burner. During this time. So that's what we're here to talk about. Yeah, absolutely. So I did have to glance over at my phone for a minute. One of my co-workers is at the office and he looked at my desk and saw that there was not a computer there and thought you know, we've had actually we had a couple of break-ins at the office and thought that something was going on because there was no computer there and was just trying make sure that either I had come and gotten it or there was something else, you know, not bad going on. Luckily. I work on a laptop and it goes with me everywhere I go so there was nothing there to steal So speaking of my job as we said, my name is Dan. I'm a graphic designer by trade and a musician by Hobby and my office when they sent everybody home shortly shortly after they sent everybody home in March shut down over time. And you know for me that was a pretty sizeable chunk running the creative team there at the office. I put in a lot of em, Saturdays and a lot of extra hours on weeknights. So it was it was was a hit and that led us to buy necessity makes some some changes to our routines and not our plans. Really. I mean, I know that we had to cancel plans that we had in mind for this year for for quite some time. But the the trade-off there has been you know, there's been lots of extra time that we've been able to have here together and just having the additional free time to pursue our business ideas. It's it's been really great. I know that I have very much enjoyed sort of changing my role in the process. I'm doing fairly similar work to what I would be doing at the office, but I've had a larger role in in going out and and actually getting that work and sort of overseeing the entire process and that's been really cool to feel like there's more more ownership over the sort of start to finish full scope of the project kind of think it's dead. Actually been really fun. So the business that we started is called Design By Night which might make you think fly by night, but I can assure you that is nothing of the sort. We came and things we do marketing we do branding we're basically if you need a website a logo branding marketing images social media coaching any anything anywhere along those Realms that is the kind of thing that we are here to help with. It's something that has been sort of a side project for me for years, you know doing little projects for fractions our family or you know, just people I know on the side but to be able to really take that and start to turn it into something of mine of ours that name is earnest money and and really advancing us has been really great and these last few months have just really seemed like the time to go for it. Right and I help out with that as well. So as a professional musician And if you are one or you know one, you know, they also have a side hustle. There is no professional musician out there that is a freelancer a teacher who is not also offer either a dog walker or a therapist or doing something other than just playing music or just teaching lessons musicians have about five jobs. So for me, it's been to lose part of my income and these performance opportunities. I found myself in a strange place of meeting more to do wanting more to do and wanting it to be creative and to be something and so it's been really fun working on design by night and it is something that we that we do together and We're glad you're here. We're glad that you've listened and we hope you do some more. Yeah, so the plan here is we're going to put out a show once a week on Wednesdays. Yes. What do we say that already? We did not say it took a great. Sorry. He's a pro. So at the beginning will just be available through our hosting service on podbean, which should be pivot party, and then very quickly once we have this posted jobs are able to register with all the major podcast aggregate services will be on Google Play and apple podcasts in Spotify and all that stuff. In the meantime, you can find me at basically every social network on the planet as DGK design. I've got all everything unified under that one username Steve's I said, he's a pro. I have a bunch, but they're mostly Nina blood so night so you can find me on Twitter Instagram and Facebook page. Look as Nina blood so night I believe on Twitter here. Nina be night be night. That sounds bedtime. Well you pick the name. It's my middle initial. Born This Way We're weird. Okay, so I promise it won't just be me and Dan saying weird stuff the whole time or it might be. I don't know. We are going to have guests. We are going to have guests. But yeah off track us down on socials. You can also find designed by night on the internet at w w w dot design by night and you can find Nina's brand new website at ww.w. Nina.

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04:20 min | 1 year ago

"party " Discussed on Pivot Party

"But the the trade-off there has been you know, there's there's been lots of extra time that we've been able to have here together and just having the additional free time to pursue our business ideas. It's it's been really great. I know that I have very much enjoyed sort of changing my role in the process. I'm doing fairly similar work to what I would be doing at the office, but I've had a larger role in in going out and and actually getting that work and sort of overseeing the entire process and that's been really cool to feel like there's more more ownership over the sort of start to finish full scope of the project kind of think it's dead. Actually been really fun. So the business that we started is called Design By Night which might make you think fly by night, but I can assure you that is nothing of the sort. We came and things we do marketing we do branding we're basically if you need a website a logo branding marketing images social media coaching any anything anywhere along those Realms that is the kind of thing that we are here to help with. It's something that has been sort of a side project for me for years, you know doing little projects for fractions our family or you know, just people I know on the side but to to be able to really take that and start to turn it into something of mine of ours that name is earnest money and and really advancing us has been really great and these last few months have just really seemed like the time to go for it. Right and I help out with that as well. So as a professional musician And if you are one or you know one, you know, they also have a side hustle. There is no professional musician out there that is a freelancer a teacher who is not also offer either a dog walker or a therapist or doing something other than just playing music or just teaching lessons musicians have about five jobs. So for me, it's been to lose part of my income and these performance opportunities. I found myself in a strange place of meeting more to do wanting more to do and wanting it to be creative and to be something and so it's been really fun working on design by night and it is something that we that we do together and We're glad you're here. We're glad that you've listened and we hope you do some more. Yeah, so the plan here is we're going to put out a show once a week on Wednesdays. Yes. What do we say that already? We did not say it took a great. Sorry. He's a pro. So at the beginning will just be available through our hosting service on podbean, which should be pivot party, and then very quickly once we have this posted jobs are able to register with all the major podcast aggregate services will be on Google Play and apple podcasts in Spotify and all that stuff. In the meantime, you can find me at basically every social network on the planet as DGK design. I've got all everything unified under that one username Steve's I said, he's a pro. I have a bunch, but they're mostly Nina blood so night so you can find me on Twitter Instagram and Facebook page. Look as Nina blood so night I believe on Twitter here. Nina be night be night. That sounds bedtime. Well you pick the name. It's my middle initial. Born This Way We're weird. Okay, so I promise it won't just be me and Dan saying weird stuff the whole time or it might be. I don't know. We are going to have guests. We are going to have guests. But yeah off track us down on socials. You can also find designed by night on the internet at w w w dot design by night and you can find Nina's brand new website at ww.w..

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07:35 min | 1 year ago

"party " Discussed on Pivot Party

"Off. I'm Nina and I am joined by my co-host. His name is Dan. Hello, Dan and I are married full disclosure disclosure you both are artists and musicians and we wanted to start this conversation to really talk about the experiences that we have collectively had. The last few months as we navigate this world during the pandemic and one of the things that Dan and I talked about all the time is pivoting and we need to do it a lot. We've done it at the grocery store. We've done it in our jobs. We've done it in our home and we want to share ideas and stories about our friends and colleagues that have also done it and so for Dan, I don't know what has been your experience with pivoting. Well for me the biggest just when I think has been switching from working in an office environment to working from home and just how different that is when it comes to monitoring your own time staying up to date with all the things you need to do and just how vast Long Beach strange and weird it is to wake up in the morning not have to go anywhere work continued not going anywhere he dinner and it never leave the house and that has has definitely changed a lot of my habits changed my entire routine and it's been really really interesting wage. I think it's also really weird and random that there's been this crazy shortage of canned diced tomatoes at the grocery store it is there have been so many times where we just really want a dog Salsa, and absolutely could not because you cannot find a can of tomatoes that's true or graham crackers. I'm not really sure what the s'mores explosion long that's been happening. But numerous times we have tried to go and get graham crackers and there aren't any at all like not even the knockoff generic brand new jersey. Yeah, H-E-B graham crackers, not good. No offense HEB. So these are obviously just a few more light-hearted examples of things that have changed over the last few months and a lot of people have experienced a lot more serious change and a lot more unfortunate change out there. So, you know, we're going to we're going to talk to some some people we share some stories. We're going to have other people share their stories. I'm pretty sure that we know such a wide range of people that We could probably find someone who's experienced just about every different level of upheaval and change here over the last few months. So we'll plan on getting as many of them on the show dogs can as many who are you know, willing and comfortable sharing their stories and you know, hopefully that will be something that will resonate with everyone as a listener. I hope so we do have friends and family and other people in our lives that have lost jobs have switched jobs have of decided to start new adventures. And so that's what we're really looking at with pivot party. It's not just about having to buy some off-brand graham crackers. It's really thought about changing things up in our lives and being okay with it and how we cope with it and how we deal with it and looking at it through the lens of creativity dead. Looking at what we've lost in the last seven to nine months and honestly time doesn't even feel like a thing. I rarely know what day it is. And yeah, I know about you Dan and I talked about that all the time where we can't figure out what day it is what time it is the things like that have really lost their meaning but there's been a gift of that as well. I just kicked the Mike stand there has been a gift to having to change things up and some of the gifts are getting to spend more time with our families and in our home. So the downside of that is it is Labor Day when we're recording this and it's about 7:30 p.m. And my work just texted me out of the blue and that's really odd that is a little strange that you know, that is one of the odd things about this time warp. Is that Since nobody really knows what time it is or what day it is. It seems that we've lost some of our what is that not decorum boundaries. We've lost some of our protocol for when we can work and when we can't work, but like I said, we're looking for creative and you know exciting ways to embrace this change because this isn't going away and it's not going away anytime soon. And that's what we're here to talk about. So for me, I'm a professional musician and in March lost a third of my income because all concerts were canceled. And so one of the things Dan and I have started doing and this was a big pivot for us was we started a business and we've been talking about it long. We've been talking about it for what 2 years 2 years, right? We've only known each other 2 years 2 years and 4 months 2 years 4 months 3 days. I don't know how many minutes neared well so basically yeah, we've been talking about starting a business together and it has always fallen to the back burner and I know we're not the only people that have gotten to start some projects that they wanted to do that were on the back burner. During this time. So that's what we're here to talk about. Yeah, absolutely. So I did have to glance over at my phone for a minute. One of my co-workers is at the office and he looked at my desk and saw that there was not a computer there and thought you know, we've had actually we had a couple of break-ins at the office and thought that something was going on because there was no computer there and was just trying make sure that either I had come and gotten it or there was something else, you know, not bad going on. Luckily. I work on a laptop and it goes with me everywhere I go so there was nothing there to steal So speaking of my job as we said, my name is Dan. I'm a graphic designer by trade and a musician by Hobby and my office when they sent everybody home shortly shortly after they sent everybody home in March shut down over time. And you know for me that was a pretty sizeable chunk running the the creative team there at the office. I put in a lot of em, Saturdays and a lot of extra hours on weeknights. So it was it was it was it was a hit and that led us to buy necessity makes some some changes to our routines and not our plans. Really. I mean, I know that we had to cancel plans that we had in mind for this year for for quite some time..

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"party " Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"party " Discussed on Bachelor Party

"I'm GonNa Bachelor Party presented crate and Barrel Juliette Livin and I am joined by my pal nick by all. Hello Net I sponsor thank you. I was pretty excited. You're doing the right things when you get certain sponsor. The only awkwardness is that. I'm not engaged each and so I look forward to one day using the crate and barrel like Registry Clinton Burrell. If you're in love I I love crate and barrel. I'm just saying that registry service down awesome and I hope to experience back. That's that's all I'm saying but I got a sponsor that Conan O'Brien has on his and I was like really doing things right. There's a couple okay. Well no free ad so mention. Nick how are you. How's has twenty twenty going for you here? It's color coordinated today. We're both wearing black jeans. You're wearing purple knit sweater. I'm wearing a knit sweater. That's kind of like gray. Pink and purple is The same like we kind of look like a singer songwriter. Duo like we're about to hit the Bluebird cafe it does and we're about to totally Mama. CASS I'm on the verge of death and you're just here to party or or throwing big later Malibu. I recently read the atrophy of Jane Jane Fonda and she talks a lot about the cool part of the MOMS. And the poppas like in the seventies Malveaux. I miss my time. I would've been. I would've been way cooler before the Internet Song. I'm GonNa say yet you. You're so good at the thank you so much. I just think I would have really been great and purely analog world. It's one of the reasons I love the movie when Harry met Sally Screen Movie. Yeah it's it's one of the great so I can't sleep I just pop it on Lots happening in batch nation these days for grade season so far great season and pilot p. I won't go a lot of questions for you in just nick. And during a home in hub so you can also catch us later on the two if you will of getting as much better insight and as possible Things possible I Q for You. A Lotta people are saying pilot pilot. Pete is reminding them of Ben Higgins as the bachelor and by a lot. I mean some. I've seen that I've heard that. Do you agree in what way I mean I I I only. I only see what I get tagged in most of the time getting a lot of like comparisons about Pete Nye how look. I don't know if that's is what you're referring to but you're talking about how color yeah I get. I'm just saying like what I've noticed I haven't seen the Benz the I think the way that he like the what what stuck out to me as a Ben COMP and You Know I. I don't think they're that similar but also I'm feeling old this season. I kind of have Hannity's young. I feel old I feel Barry Wa. I mean pizza going to be his own guy. I've like since P.. Con Ache came on the Bachelor. Seen I've seen the comparisons the ban of seeing the comparisons to me I mean alternately pizzas own guy if I had to compare them to one of the two I would say and I've said this before I think probably more like me because Ben is alterra. Got The politicians blood and Pete I mean Ben The pen Bedouin fucking windmill so to speak. I mean I'm just saying I know it's been overused metaphor for sure but I'm just simply saying that like you you can tell especially when watching this season you go back to pass the path Cana- season he. The Guy has moves right has swag and I love Ben. And he's he's very charming but I wouldn't say ben has necessarily the swag in a one-on-one situation that that Pete has if we learn one thing this week it's that Pete has is to moves by the way. Do you call him Peter Peter. I don't even met him. I've met him one time but I call him. Peter I remember. I'm sure I bet I've call them both. God Corral. Up spent with him total accumulative One hundred two hundred minutes. Yeah I saw after filming We hung out for a couple hours. Oh okay so we're already before filming. He invited me to a blood bank in which has stopped. Oh by the pack thirty minutes. Okay we're going on three hours. Sorry cool I under an hour just wondering what. How many hours do you get to repeat? Who knows Peter to moves? The first is when he's really into girl lifts her up onto the nearest serve any type of Seattle or wall really. Yes so we had Adhan on the pool table. We had Kelly in the hotel lobby and then we had McKenna on like the desk. Whoever that house and again I appreciate it? He keeps it simple but he definitely you can tell they're moves like he he's like he's like Blake. Blake has like the dancing moves what we saw a million times in paradise. I've I've picked black enough. But like he's got really good good moves were seen works. It seems to work for Blake. But there's little hokey dance dance to peers today. He's like he's like he's opening like I'm going to bed dance because I'm about to come up in June. We're GONNA make you know like I don't think peace pretending to be a a good dancer Blake. I'm going to wow you with my dancing. Yes in Peter's other move a related to the bad dancing. It's but he calls an air walk but I call a moonwalk and he's bad at it but we do like three times in this episode once at the revolve fashion show more on that later. Yeah I loved that was so matter. Definition Abe ABC's let fuck it. Let's just give them a preview of their next life. It's great now I I loved often. I think it was brilliant. All the Janice Dickinson WanNa get an incredible But those other move is the moon walk and is really Dorky. It's it's charming now. You know it works is hot TA. He's not that was just about to say that. You know what Blake Peter. Whatever just behind tall yeah they both are so works? EXC Blake's on his tall as he pretends to be but anyways that's that's true I've met like he's quite tall keels. He also wears a a hat that adds him hats and to make it to nice dollar. He's not as tall as he took shots for Blake. Can't stop catching up. Just he's got punched in the face. Oh my God you didn't see the pictures. Oh my God he in New York like right. After new years he got punched. Who Lost Stranger doing what I I don't know there's a lot of fun? Yes lot of fuzziness around this but he did get punched in the baseball like. He's doing better still doing spun on his instagram. Whatever whatever whatever so? Let's start with Peter and Hannah. That's left off last week. And this is where I have tons of cues for you both having been around this world for a long time kind of having been enhance situation having been the bachelor like Peter like there's a lot to jump into so we immediately pick up where we left off and that's Hannah and Peter on the couch. In some sort of like backstage at the Avalon have you been avalon. I don't know I have it's kind of a decrepit space like has just used for like parties and truncheons or whatever. You're just kind of funny. I went there for like some sponsored party like most places in L. A. IF I've been I don't really know where I'm going it's dropped off. I believe it's close to where you record your pod okay. It's on buying but like up but I don't think I've been there okay. It's like close doesn't I don't close to the one on one. That's neither here nor there so they are very closed. They're trying to figure out how to move forward. It starts out where they're just like both pretty upset. She pulls herself forward. She has on his lap. We don't see them make out there really close to it. They're kind of like touching noses or like four hundred four head but no actual make our shocking because Peter if we know that one thing about the dude loves to work make out. Do you think there was a Mako go. That wasn't shown This is now the second person in that Peter Season like their make out. We didn't see Kelly being the first which he claimed they that make out the hotel wedding. The wedding that's entirely different. This is like on-camera. ABC decided not to show it for fear of hysteria. Ray In for protecting any any future relationship he may be and I will say when he was here last week I felt he was very much in protect the relationship mode and so I don't know who he's with I I don't I don't know much about what happens. I very much felt. He was trying to distance himself from the Hannah Staff. Don't doubt it yeah. He lives like in Peter's mind. That was a decade ago right. He's lived a lot of license. Do I think there was a kiss. Yes do probably because he loves loves to make out it takes nothing to make a AH in Hanno loves to be wanted to make out with yes cucaracha. Who Does it does not want to be wanted made out with you know? Yeah I definitely kiss now. He did not say also there was a lot and then one thing that just was really rough was that the glitter on her address just got everywhere and his hair in his eyebrows on his things. I don't know how you did it. Like when the Internet lost their shit about the mass care I just I never would have thought to make a big deal about about that but the Mascara was egregious. I don't even know that there's waterproof Mascara so yeah I'm just saying so. He hasn't some really powerful quotes he said in discussing whether or not together he said. I've never said no to you which was like great. I think that's a real all like on a land in one Peter himself..

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"party " Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"party " Discussed on Bachelor Party

"That's a big deal in my opinion. No put it back on and off the ATV so this doesn't bode well. That's messed up. Also I think like the majority of women and I I don't want I mean this is a huge generalization but I think the majority thirty of women given giant diamond ring like that would wear it until like they truly couldn't bear it. Take it off and be like no I'm done with this is is I think a big deal. Yeah it was weird too and then he was like you ambushed me and he was upset which chore it was just like it was very surface level all and we didn't really get any nuance to like what he was doing that. She didn't appreciate which I saw. I was like I'm confused. I'm really confused right now. It was hard to understand what's going on there but just really bad and I feel I felt bad for her and he just like a not a comforting soul so if she needs I think she needs to look elsewhere. Yeah I will will not be filling her love tank that is true. God so you put Chris as this is an ex category person currently relationship. It'll be paradise in two thousand twenty. You're selecting Chris Yeah anyone else even in the conversation for you I mean Kaylin I think Kaylin as well. She's my pack. No I think that's a great pick. She Kaelin Dean. She says she likes living in in the lie. That is a lie. I just think you have a room. Could there be where do they use the bathroom. Is there an alley. There's no with the heat on if so that gets really really dry. I don't think you would sleep with the cold in blankets sound stuffy. Do you keep the window been. I Hate Campaign Card Hamming. We also ought appealing so I just don't understand like I don't know but they see and they also didn't say were together. which is maybe a good sign yeah ah but she was just like they they really didn't have much time? It's kind of weird that they gave Blake all this sort of front and Center Siam and she didn't get it but they didn't say they're together. They're just like our doing well l. and he was just like you would see his hand. Come down and like touch her like shoulder whatever yeah okay all of it was just really weird because I don't understand like how they chose which couples to focus on which not to but Kaelin Dean didn't get a lot of time. They did seem to have like a legit connection but I just wonder if it's more like a flame that will flame out out yeah. I truly do want to like her because she seems nice and like you know she had a tough back story I feel feel for and she's had the most of her life. Put on Front Street orally any of these people maybe even including Demi like I feel like I allowed or by Kaelin life and her background where she comes from and that's definitely hard to deal with. I mean I'm going to call me a trash. Human Kayla was addressed to all of the haters after blake posting text messages sadly I am not a huge fan of hers but I admire her honesty and her bravery and I think that she's must be incredibly resilient and Dan definitely and I just think that she likes to be on TV. That's what I would see her in paradise and also she's super young she settling down the man in a van the twenty three three is twenty four no. Let's put a pin in that for now. Look we'll come back to. Let's say positive for now most heart warming couple. I think we can say honorable mention patient. I mean what is weird sweet duo. He seems like just the weirdest man in the world his hair. It looks incredible last night. The most lush loss I've ever seen get him. gummy bear hair like add sponsorship. Is that a thing well didn't they. They had like some of the girls gummy bear hair. I don't follow most of these people I tr- check in on them and then you and then I leave. The spawn con is way too much. Posts is constantly. It's what their lives are not that interesting. So what are you doing to warrant all of these post ladies exactly An- An- not to promo it but the Bachelor Party facebook group is just an amazing source of information because people take all of the best of their instrument host share them and they share them and I'm like take it exactly thank you yes. It's it's really true. I had a dark time in late. July where I wasn't doing much because I was like Amac relief breath and so I was like after a lot because it was like the peak of all of the Hanna and Tyler drama shore and I just was so aware of everything happening with bachelor people it's not healthy. It's not and that's why I don't follow them also is Mars stopped or getting better at it. It's it's an amazing Sabra obsessive fans and it's like a real testament why the show still so popular yeah but I it was dark. I was like I was like waking up and checking IT L. Your addiction went a little deep. I don't listen diction so much as filling time and I was just saying. I don't have a lot going on right now. I don't WanNa politics how about the bachelor why not but ultimately the most heartwarming couple. It's gotta go to Damian Christian. They're very cute. There's very sweet. We are also very real. I mean they talk about in their relationships are actual relationship things like I wasn't looking for someone I found you. ooh And I didn't know that this was gonna be a thing. I just thought I thought it was really sweet. A and I think Danny with anyone else. Maybe wouldn't have been as comfortable and I I can't really speak to this but it just seems like Christians such a natural relationship yes. She was able to share this as a result of who she was with or and it's just it's really cool. All I mean I you know it's hard to imagine we start with Colton season and demi was this sort of like provocateur yeah that she would be like Fulcrum of change on reality television or yeah. I think bringing a lesbian relationship to the bachelor nation is in finally awesome yeah especially after the whole brokeback brokeback bachelor. Do you remember that was between it was on Caitlyn sees yes and it was I forget who the two guys were. Oh it was J. Jay Jay and I can't remember his name but yeah it's like. They've come a long way and it's it's really cool and totally damaged. It just seems like everyone's favorite like everyone seems to love her and appreciate her for being so honest she is and that's just really cool and I really enjoyed how like you said they really. She really was honest about her fears of like you know get exposed and she broke down several times and it was just like all I just felt for her. So much is just but like Christian seems like a very stable Christian seems stable and super normal. I think she wasn't on the show more because she's not dramatic. She's to normal on her. She says she's not even like experienced and talking to the camera like Sydney also normal and boring but knows how to talk to the camera and like narrative narrative is okay yeah don't say person to do that because like a normal person should never been on reality TV before so they just they were awesome. I think that's like a huge step forward hurt and I totally I hope I hope that this ushers in you know I think in the mail bag up so we did last week someone asks the rea- fall like queer or gay a bachelor rand. The current format doesn't allow for that and I. I don't know if network TV is ready to like changed radically change yeah. One of one of the only successful network shows right now. Oh my God for real though yeah totally seriously s and so I don't expect that but I do you think there's so many bachelor extensions that there's other ways for them to like keep introducing other types of relationships yeah and everything and I hope they do and that's like that's like an obvious shortcoming with the bachelor the the Bachelorette but you know one step at a time I guess not to like excuse them or like to like only promote had a normativity but it that's what the show is and that's that's what has been and it's hugely popular so do you blame them for not completely overhauling it. I don't know I don't either. I don't either and I also fear if they were to do you like like 'cause you remember like a shot of love with Tequila like I wouldn't want them to like overly make it into something that it that makes fun of the LGBTQ plus community. Yes I completely agree. I completely agree okay next category spin spinoff show we need immediately and in the past I've talked about when the contestants get kicked off. They should all go to like a house in Manhattan beach and it's sort of like survivor ponder after kicked off that they like stay in the house like show them doing their way ends. Wherever so I use I think this is a good idea where they go to Manhattan beach and it's it's like living together even if they hate each other and like wait until filming and whatever but now that all of these gals the gals in particular moved up to Los Angeles right now from Colton season alone living in? La Newly arrived we have Demi Hannah be Hanje Sydney Kirpa and I think Tasha tissues lived here but the rest of the year wow. Let's give a welcome to. La Hill style show with all these women I I be Oh my God I'd be into it with like Demi and Hannah be are living in the same apartment complex in the valley. I love that idea I know like let's everyone all the time Ed Matt why not why not and then you can have like guests. Come in and be like Oh my God. Hey Ties Ya Colton. Whatever whatever yeah I just I just don't get it? I I don't know well and it seems like I mean Kirpa hanging out with Cam and the crew I would love to just like so curve on her instagram that she the Campbell's like a great guy at. She's so lucky to have her life. My guess is that she met him not just the bachelor nation but since jeans near remains that they okay Matt like through like Paradise Dash. I guess I was a lot better realized than he's on TV. That's another takeoff fine. Okay Yeah. I feel like I might like Cam in real life really I would at least enjoy talking about him for an hour bar in the never see him again. You know I can agree seems fun and weird. I love a Weirdo at a bar party and you'd be entertained. Yes exactly okay next biggest podcast bump. Many of these people have podcast is almost famous with Ashley Ban. There's help by segregating with Dean Vanessa Jerry. I mean there's so many there's actually there's so many yeah the one that's been holding steady and now knows about about the bachelor with Derek well. I know the Co.. I don't actually know her but the co-hosts name is Kay right yeah. I think K. Brown her her boyfriend lives in. La and I know him he'll so he's not a bunch of these people because she is like friendly with them and I had to ask him. I was like Matt. Matt is like Jordan psychotic real life Asano. WHO's the noise sky and I believe I neither do I? Jordan later he was like I met him once when I was like okay but yeah so it's it's very not like incestuous.

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"party " Discussed on Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"party " Discussed on Bachelor Party

"Uh-huh having had been very like outlined what they're doing he. I don't know the the whole thing is just so overwhelming and then like there's also i it read it soon. I promise by i'm really telling you it's been a huge part of my summer. So lock on tyler fathers is back in hospital apparently and wished the cameron family absolute absolute best and hope that he recovers and everything apparently a group of writers sent his father flowers to the hospital. His mother like shouted them amount on thank him like the tyler phantom really out of control. It's <hes> so so vibrant so passionate. I feel like when i go to parties and you talk to someone who seen the bachelor like tyler is gonna come up. They just want to talk about tyler at this point as as you're saying he's at two point one million. I know oh that's kind of insane yeah and he. I think he's gotten at least a million of those in the last six weeks last four weeks. Whatever it is so yeah he has. He has his own his own fandom. He started doing ads on on instagram last week these drop which is an app that we've actually had on this past the best mild just i'm just so happy for him and i also think it's an important access turn in that usually every bachelor celebrities in l._a. Tyler being in new orcas real change he he went to <hes> i live in in park slope and he went to like the best bagel place in park slope two blocks away from my partner faw. I was so offset that i didn't happen to be there but he's just like being new york guy he. He just loves cookies. Go sullivan bake cookies also like i just feel so taunted by the fact that he lives on the upper west side and this is my neighborhood. I'm also nora ephron obsessive person like tyler like how can this be. Also the upper west site is really not tyler doesn't fit him last week he instagram. He's looking for apartments like send recommendations and it's like dude literally anywhere but the more sense for you meat-packing lower east side. He's got to go below. Fourteen strategies destined for pretty amazing and i. I just love it. I i love it too. I'm just really happy for him. I don't know like i just wish him the best. I wonder what this is like. Career looks like from here though like where do you go from amassing millions of followers really quickly dating one of the tops ronalds of the world at the age twenty six when when it's not like you're trying to be a doctor. It's not like next. Stop full scott scott bank that modeling money. I guess i think we need. He also should probably have like a h._d._t._v. Show get them on their yeah jordan coaching gallery. He's a contractor yeah. My parents are looking to do renovation and their apartment. I was wondering wiler contractor consultant for a second. I don't think he has all the proper licenses licenses and permits for the state of new york. We're he can get them. Whatever religion help g._e._d. Help him out and then send them back to us tyler. We i wish you well. I don't think we've forgotten anything about from bachelor nation this summer anything stick out if not we can move onto bachelor this is that was pretty much it. I mean that's a lot that's yeah. I'm sure there's some street things happening but it's been advisory summer. <hes> let's get into bachelor in paradise right after this break <music>. You want something real. There's no reason to compromise and when that something is a.

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