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"paul ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | Last week

"paul ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He delivered that message on Thanksgiving while speaking to reporters on the Massachusetts island of Nantucket. He added there were questions during the most recent election about whether Republicans would keep supporting Ukraine. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy, whose poised to become House speaker next year, said last month there wouldn't be a blank check for Ukraine as it fights a war against Russia. Biden made his remarks one day after authorizing another $400 million assistance package for Ukraine. Veterinarians are warning pet owners of potential dangers with leftovers this Thanksgiving holiday, experts say to be careful and double check before sharing any table scraps with furry Friends. The sbc reports some common Thanksgiving foods are generally safe to share with pets, including turkey as long as its boneless skinless and well cooked, but rob red dough can be fatal, pets should be kept away from desserts containing chocolate or raw eggs, vegetables like plain green beans are fine, but potato dishes with cheese, sour cream, onions, butter or gravy in them should be avoided. A former Republican House speaker is standing by his criticism of former president Trump, speaking to The Washington Post, Paul Ryan said the results of midterm elections Mark quote another fresh set of evidence that we lose with Trump. Republicans did win the house, but failed to retake the Senate this month, Ryan said, but for Trump, the GOP would have taken both chambers. He also insisted each election result in 2018 is more than enough evidence to know we need to turn the page and go to the next generation. New York City home of the world's tallest residential building is about to lose that distinction to Dubai. The current record holder is Central Park tower in Manhattan. It has 98 floors and stands 1550 feet tall. However, a new hyper tower will be going up in Dubai that tops 100 floors. A triple header of NFL action today, the Buffalo Bills playing the lions in Detroit, the second game is an NFC showdown as the New York Giants face the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington and then the New England Patriots paying a visit to the Minnesota Vikings. I'm Dina kodiak. A social media influencer has been identified as the victim of a violent home invasion robbery in the Hollywood Hills. Michael kessner reports. Who goes by the name of nor trades on social media was pistol whipped on Wednesday morning, but appears to be in good spirits. I'm doing pretty well

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Caller: Paul Ryan Supports Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:02 min | Last week

Caller: Paul Ryan Supports Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker

"Well, Scott, love your show. Appreciate you taking my call. I read an article that popped up on my phone just a little while ago that said that all right was back in Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House and I think that says it all right there. Paul Ryan supports him, then you know what he is. Yeah, Tom, I can confirm that information. Paul Ryan and a lot of the other moderate Republicans are supporting Kevin McCarthy, and I hope that the house rate of caucus is going to be able to maintain their numbers again, McCarthy has to have 218 votes to become Speaker of the House and we understand he does not have those numbers yet and a number of lawmakers according to congressman Norman said that say that they are not going to be announcing their vote until the day of the vote.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:30 min | Last week

"paul ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Senate. We didn't. And we have a much lower majority in the House because of that Trump factors. The former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan speaking with ABC News, it's just business. It's never personal. As we assemble our panel here with Paul Ryan representing a good chunk of the Republican Party that has turned away from or is in the process of turning away from the former president Donald Trump. Jeannie Chan Zeno and Rick Davis are both with us. Bloomberg political contributors, Rick Davis of stone court capital, Jeannie chanson, of iona university. It's great to have both of you with us, Rick. You're joining us from London. I'm going to start with you. Are the walls closing in at Mar-a-Lago? Look, I certainly think that there's an isolation that's happening. Certainly something that's unusual for Donald Trump, where he's used to sort of Republican sycophants coming down to Mar-a-Lago and beg him for support. Couldn't be any more different. Now everyone seems like running for the exits. And certainly Paul Ryan's declaration that he's never again trumper is one of the loudest shouts that we've heard from the core of the Republican Party, the Chamber of Commerce, Republicans who are now saying, let's not make this mistake again. Jeannie, it's not lost on us that it's only been hours since Donald Trump was reinstated on Twitter. What does it mean for him to have access if he chooses to use it? Access to those millions of followers who helped him get elected in the first place. You know, it means a lot. He has said publicly, he is going to stick with truth social, but we know that he may very well decide to do something other than what he said publicly. And it's going to be a question of can he resist the much bigger audience on Twitter. But you know, just back to your previous point, I would just say elites are turning away from Donald Trump and the Republican Party. But the reality is we haven't seen the same movement in the base yet. And as he knows, we choose our candidates based on primaries. So if the primary base sticks with him and you've got 16 Republicans in this thing, he could very well win the nomination in 24 again. And that's a big problem for Republicans as we've heard over the weekend. And so watch for the Republican Party to try to change the rules, so there's a one on one contest and somebody can take him on directly versus having him go against the 16 that he did last time knocking him out, you know, one name call at a time and ending up the winner with 32%. Each candidate got their own month as I remember. That was the recipe for success for Donald Trump in 2016. Rick Davis, what do you think about Jeannie's idea here? Do Republicans zero in on a single candidate. You could argue they did actually there's too late though with Ted Cruz in 2016. So they don't water things down and reelect Donald Trump by default. Yeah, actually, they never did get down to a one on one with Ted Cruz. He had high governor at the same time on the ballot. And they continue to split the vote. Trump never got really any more than 35%, a one on one would have had him losing. So look, we had ten presidentials show up at the Republican Jewish conference this weekend in Las Vegas. They were all sounding like presidential candidates to me. And winnowing that field to a one on one is usually the job of Iowa and New Hampshire. So we'll see if the process works its will. And that we return to a place where by South Carolina and Florida, you have a one on one. Well, Jack Smith is waking up in a new world this morning. That's the special counsel announced on Friday by attorney general Merrick Garland. He wakes up now as the overseer of the Department of Justice's two most high profile cases against Donald Trump, will it actually serve to strengthen Donald Trump in the meantime Genie? His base, 30% or not, loves this part. Loves Trump the victim loves Trump the outsider. Is there not an upside here for him? There is. I mean, this is what he was banking on. This is why we believe that he announced for the presidency, which is to protect himself legally. And so he was saying many times over the weekend that this is a political witch hunt. He was accusing the newly named special prosecutor of being a far left person. None of which is true, but of course he is facing two investigations by the DoJ that the special prosecutor will lead. And then multiple investigations from other quarters, including the Manhattan district attorney's office, Georgia, New York. He's now facing at the end of the January 6th investigation. So he's got a number of investigations to contend with. And you know, I think the belief is that because the espresso prosecutor was named, that is likely that at least they have the evidence to charge him in at least one of those probes whether they do in fact pursue a charge is another question. It's an interesting scenario here, Rick, this special counsel would likely not have been appointed if it weren't for Donald Trump's decision to jump in the race, even though he jumped in thinking it might protect him. How do you swear the two? Yeah, it wouldn't be the first time that Donald Trump misjudged a legal outcome and it's the reason he has so many all the time against him and his entire career. I would say I'm not a big fan of special counsels because they tend to burn up a couple of years of investigation even on this one's well along on its way. And they don't tend to result in anything. They tend to result in a indictment and no conviction. So I'm a little skeptical whether this will actually see the light of day. And become a real problem for Donald Trump, even between now and election day, 2024. Well, so I guess I'll ask you the same thing I asked Jeannie Rick if that's the case, you heard Trump over the weekend. He says, Russia, Russia, Russia, Robert Mueller. It's not going to be any different this time. It sounds like you might agree. Yeah, look, I mean, the guy slipped a nod on his legal problems for years. And there isn't any evidence right now that the approach that the government is taking is going to bear any more fruit than anybody else's. I mean, we've been listening to the Justice Department talk about these confidential documents that he spirited away to Mar-a-Lago, but we haven't really seen any action. We've heard a lot of people getting convicted of the attack on the capitol, but we haven't really seen their cards as

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Let me close though because your number one you'll notice. Your number one issue is the debt crisis. And I put up a sign saying, people have no idea. And I go back to a trip to Greece during the middle of their debt crisis, where a taxi driver had gone back to work because 40% of his pension was gone. And that's what happens with a debt crisis. And I know it and you write about it, but I don't think Americans believe it because of modern monetary policy. I rail against it, but you have written about it cogently coherently quickly. I want to give you the last word to tell people what is ahead of us. If we don't get ahead of it, it is painfully obvious and clear that you can only ignore the laws of economics for so long. America, because we have the world's reserve currency has been able to sort of skip by this problem for a while, but it won't last forever. And if and when we have a debt crisis. By not solving this problem, it gets really ugly. It means our interest rates skyrocket. It means our economy plummets and it means we have to do real-time budget surgery, which is to cut benefits in real time for people who have already retired and organized their lives on these programs. Yes. Programs like Medicare and social security. If you think America's polarized today, wait until that happens. When you have the government cranking up taxes, going to a recession, massive interest rate increases and cutting these benefits that people have organized their lives around. Those are the kinds of things that happen in a debt crisis. It's the most traditional crisis we will ever have in this country. And so the purpose of this book is to bring attention to this issue, show people that it is avoidable. We can avoid that pain and austerity by adopting an agenda of American renewal in fixing these programs, programs most people want in like, but were designed in the 20th century that are proving unsustainable that 21st century. And if we fix them now, we can make them better and we can avoid that kind of a future and have yet another great chapter in the American success story. My last comment, I appreciate what you and Nick did, especially in outline, we understand that there is a vast number of Americans who are on the edge. In fact, when Nick writes, it half of the runner's 55 years and older in 2019 had less than $7000 to their name and astonishing half of all female headed renter families reportedly had barely $2000 in net worth in 2019. That's astonishing to me, speaker Ryan. Our safety net has to stay in place or millions of Americans will fall through it and not bounce off of a trampoline. I'll hit the concrete. That's right, that's right. So the point is, can we build a safety net that gets people up and on to their lives to lead their best version of their lives that gets people up and out of poverty that helps people become self determining independent can able bodied people go to work and thrive and survive. Yes, is the answer. And with the right policies in place, that's the whole point we're trying to make here, which is this future of a debt crisis is avoidable. And so we know we can solve these problems. All of these problems America has in front of it are solvable problems. The question is, can we muster the political will encourage and consensus to solve them? That's the question. That's the debate we're trying to trigger here. And American renewal has done that. That's the new book edited by Paul Ryan and Angela rachi. Thank you. Speaker Ryan for joining me good luck in getting the summary out. Come back when the summaries ready. All right, God bless you. Thank you. Bye bye..

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"It just has to be about it. And now I want to conclude speaker Ryan, because if you give me 15 minutes, I appreciate it. Howard Hughes wrote mending our social fabric and strengthening civil society. Where I went right after I read you and ever said I went there. And God loved him. He's done a good job and people understand it. But if you write something like as the joint economic committee, social capital project is concluded associational life and institutional health are in decline across a range of indicators further our institutions of civil society have weakened and withered and our relationship to become more circumscribed. Nobody's going to understand that. I mean, I just want AEI to take this amazing amount of great work and you should order someone to turn it into ten pages that radio talk show host can understand. We will do that. So this is a think tank. Don't forget that hue. You know, I go back to Paul Ryan saying we need accountability. We got to have data driven results. We got a criteria to track it and the thing we need on this one is a chart, here's what Howard's saying. Civil society, the space that we live between ourselves and our government needs to be bigger enough smaller. The progressive left would love nothing more than to shrink civil society and make it the life of Julia. Make it all government all the time. What Howard is saying is if you want liberty and freedom in America, you need to expand civil society. It's what electricity raved about in his book about America. That needs to be we need to breathe air into civil society so that we can express ourselves in our free lives between where we live our lives, our civic, our rotary clubs, our churches, our schools, our PTAs, the stuff of life that we live between ourselves and our government so that we can freely express ourselves and what he's trying to show and prescribe is how you can breathe life into this because that really is the essence of being an American citizen is self determining freedom loving freedom expressing human being, where upward mobility is the rule of the day and opportunity is why America is who it is..

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Senate Faces Continueing Resolution Battle

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Senate Faces Continueing Resolution Battle

"So senator, when we turn our attention to the end of the year, I would have supported the same sex marriage bill. I don't know whether you did or not, but it's going to pass. And that clears one thing. You need to continuing resolution. I don't want one that goes much in the next year because I want the Republican majority in the House to be an equal partner with leader McConnell and the caucus and Chuck Schumer and his caucus. What is going to happen here? Is there going to be a CR short CR or a long CR? Well, that is going to be the challenge right now. We've not heard. This is one of the frustrations that we have as a conference is that none of us have seen any of the appropriation bills. In fact, the final number for appropriations have been said, Chuck Schumer is not brought a single appropriation bill. There's 12 of them, not one of them is even come to committee this year and he's trying to actually form a an agreement behind the scenes. We're literally the Senate would never see it even in committee until this time for final passage. Well, just say now, right? Until next year, that helps us with leverage significantly to be able to get things resolved. But if we see an omnibus, it's going to be something completely negotiated behind the scenes that none of us ever saw. Does

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Republican Senators Prep for Leadership Positions

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Republican Senators Prep for Leadership Positions

"Which committees, will you be the senior Republican on? Will it be on a Homeland Security? Would be the one that would be most senior on this one. We're still waiting senator Rand Paul has seniority over me by a couple of years and that committee. He also has seniority in the community with health education, labor and pension. So he has the opportunity to be able to pick which one of those he wants to be ranking member. He gets the first selection. If he chooses the health committee health education labor inventions, I'll be the senior member in Homeland Security. So we'll wait and have his final selection there. But we move up the die as quite a bit in the finance committee dealing with tax portrayed with all things Medicare Medicaid and trying to be able to resolve the long-term issues there to make those structurally sound. So there are several committees that I'll say very engaged with. You

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Republicans Find Their Way Through Tough Conversations

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Republicans Find Their Way Through Tough Conversations

"More to glory, America, bonjour, high candidate who you're alive inside the beltway on this Thursday I'll be on special report tonight on the panel with Brett bear talking about the house finally being called for the Republicans. Mitch McConnell being returned to lead the GOP Senate. One of his colleagues, Jim Langford, just won a thunderous reelection for another 6 years. I'm not sure if at the sentence or a big win. I know you want to serve the people of Oklahoma. Welcome back, senator lankford. How are you? I'm doing very well. Good morning. Yeah, by the way, it's a bit of a boat. It's a victory and a sentence as well. So I'm very glad for you. I was at a national Republican senatorial committee event, probably a year and a half ago with you and your wonderful wife and with Rick Scott and everyone. You know, Republican senators may have disagreements. But they actually, they don't have fisticuffs. I tried to explain that in the first hour I'd like you to expand on that. Any partnership. And I've run two law firms with more than 20 partners. And they disagree. And then they get that they have a vote in the end. You go along with what the vote is. Is that the way the Senate Republican caucus will work? That is the way that it works actually. There's always frustration. We obviously underperform what we thought we would during the elections last week. So there's a need for a very serious conversation about where we're going. How we communicating the issues, what are the key things that we're actually trying to be able to promote and put out there. Those are hard conversations that need to have and we spent hours Monday and Tuesday going through some very Frank conversations on that as we should.

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Jim Hanson and Kash Patel Assess Kevin McCarthy's 'Backbone'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Jim Hanson and Kash Patel Assess Kevin McCarthy's 'Backbone'

"Now looking at the house and Kevin McCarthy. And I think that's a fair statement you made that he understands what time it is in his caucus in the House. We've got essentially we've got, like you said, subpoenas and investigations and those kind of things. And potentially he should be open to impeaching someone like Mallorca. It's a waste of time to impeach Biden. We should leave him there. But what about the power of the purse? Has Kevin McCarthy got the backbone to shut down the government if that's what it takes? Well, I think that's the extreme measure and hopefully he does, but here's the incremental measure. We did it during Russia gate, right? When we issued subpoenas to get the DoJ and FBI to cooperate and provide us documents, they stonewalled us. They being rod Rosenstein and Chris wray, who still is head of the FBI. What do we do? We did this maneuver, which is only possible in the budgeting process of Congress. It's called fencing. And you literally put up a proverbial fence around pockets of money from the FBI DoJ because Congress has that authority. So you don't have to seize the government from operating. But the second we took their money, which we have to remind your audience is American taxpayer money. And we said, we're taking X millions and we're putting it on hold until you turn over the documents. You know what I got the next morning? Thousands of dollars. Three O twos. The corruption at that fisa court. The fisa applications themselves. The exposure of Christopher Steele and how he was a fraudulent confidential human source in the FBI knew that. So Paul Ryan only let us do this once a speaker. What I hope Kevin McCarthy lets the chairs do unilaterally without going to him begging for it is use this maneuver every single day.

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Jim Hanson and Kash Patel Discuss Righting Election Wrongs for 2024

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Jim Hanson and Kash Patel Discuss Righting Election Wrongs for 2024

"Get down to how we're going to win in 2024 and we got somebody I'm pretty sure has some quality thoughts on that. Mister cash Patel, welcome to the show. Hey Jim, thanks so much for having me. Great to be with you. I obviously everything's crazy. Nothing works, you know, the entire Republican machine is broken and we're never going to win an election again, right? Is that what is that what I've been led to believe? That's what you've been led to believe by the mainstream media because that's what they want you to believe is us to accept an unyielding defeat, except we are the party of Ulysses grant. We accept unconditional surrender. We do not surrender. And what the rhinos want you to do is accept defeat so they can rise to power the Paul Ryan's latest Cheney's McConnell's of the world. But what we need to do is learn an absolute lesson from our setbacks on Tuesday night. And that is, look, if we couldn't win and places like Arizona, Nevada and Georgia, we can't win the house. Well, in the Senate and those places, we can't win the presidential election. But I'm not saying we can't win there. I'm saying our current operations don't allow us to win there because the Democrats are playing the mail in ballot game and the Democrats are playing better and get the independent votes early to break their way. We need to start playing in that game and under those rules because as much as we don't like those rules, they are the rules and they won't change unless we elect a Republican electorate in those states to fix it. And we

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Kevin McCarthy Brings the Team Together

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Kevin McCarthy Brings the Team Together

"Think what's interesting is you already have Donald Trump backing McCarthy Apparently making calls for him You have Marjorie Taylor Greene back in McCarthy We have you backing McCarthy We have certain Republican moderates back in the car You know I look at McCarthy and I try to step back he's not John Boehner He's not Paul Ryan He didn't try and undermine the conservative base or the mag of base He hasn't done what McConnell has done in the Senate gone after people he doesn't like to try and defeat them in the general election or in the primaries He's a different cat altogether I think Don't you Yes that is what has to happen in today's political world You got to bring the team together And he has done it so again I think that is what's needed for all kinds of reasons Most of most of which is just how radical the left is I mean again think about what they've done to our country No border record crime $5 gas 41 year inflation 41 year high inflation rate and of course what they're doing to your First Amendment Let me ask you this

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Kevin McCullough Helps Us Unravel the Midterms

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Kevin McCullough Helps Us Unravel the Midterms

"Can't get past the fact that there is fraud happening in our elections that people are stealing Democrats are stealing elections and we have leadership in the Republican Party that doesn't say one word as though we're crazy for seeing what we see. That starts with McCarthy and McConnell. I don't really get it. How can they not deal with this? Do they not care? Are we seeing things? Are we imagining things? What's happening? I want to be very clear that I do not put Kevin McCarthy in the same bucket with Mitch McConnell by long shot. And I don't want to be associated with those comments specifically, but to your point that the rhinos, Paul Ryan, and Mitch McConnell would have done so. That's absolutely true. And all you have to do to just judge yourself on the test of what you're saying is they've had two years to do something about it, why wasn't something done in Arizona where governor ducey was also one of the rhinos. He of course is no longer going to be governor. But they did not in Arizona and in Nevada. They did not get the needed reforms done. You still got bad voting procedures in place and despite the hope and the turnout of 6 million plus more voters for the Republicans across the nation, they were not able to overcome the what looks like direct corruption in those two states. So

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Caller: Paul Ryan Has Lost Touch With the People

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:47 min | Last month

Caller: Paul Ryan Has Lost Touch With the People

"To have red tsunami. I believe God's hand is placed in this state in this country too, especially Oregon. We can imagine if we get three congressional seats, but I want you to look backwards for a second year. Remember the Tea Party movement in 2010 and then the establishment Ryan Ryan and Willard Romney. I am not calling the mittens. They did not push the vote. They came out fundraised, but they never talked to the people. What Trump did and like Reagan, he came and told the people what he's planning to do. Propose and keep in mind Reagan had to deal with the Democrats of Neil and Richard gerhardt and yet he pushed to become a great president just like Trump. The biggest problem with Paul Ryan is just besides him getting a VA check cash and senator and James will Wisconsin that he'd done for his city. He had just lost touch with the people. He had gone away from the man I used to respect they used to go rafting down the rivers of Wisconsin and they were fishing and everything else to a man has become like a Rockefeller Republican establishment trash like Murkowski and would go on down the line even in various parts of my state's representation. But I believe we're going to my governor is going to get elected. And then get three congressional seats out west and you're going to see God stands move like the great awakening has gone about right now from Tennessee all the way to the Oregon coast. We should not live in fear. We should not let them intimidate us. And as I'm going to do as an alternate chairman, I encourage all my oregonians to come out and vote and vote if you need to, come on the last day and take it directly to the county clerks office and vote do not live in fear because fear is tool of the devil.

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Paul Ryan: Republicans Are Likely to Win the White House Without Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:06 min | Last month

Paul Ryan: Republicans Are Likely to Win the White House Without Trump

"Going to want to win so badly. We're going to want to beat Biden and the Democrats in 2024 that we won't nominate Trump because we want to win that new swing voter in American politics is the suburban voter. And it's really clear the suburban voter doesn't like Trump, but they like Republicans. So I think anybody not named Trump I think is so much more likely to win The White House for us and sort of like what the Democrats did. What they went from dean to John Kerry in O four, they went from Bernie to Hillary in 16. They went from Bernie and Elizabeth Warren to Joe Biden to win in 2020. I think the same thing is going to be for us. We're going to want to win The White House so badly and beat the Democrats and we know we're so much more likely to lose with Trump because of the fact that he's not popular with suburban voters that we're going to want to win. And that's why I think we got a great stable of candidates. Any of whom are really capable of not just getting the nomination, but winning the general. All right, there you go, folks. That's Paul Ryan former Speaker of the House on Fox business network, and it looks as though Fox is going to be populating its airwaves at least on the news side with the anti Trump forces.

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Hal Sparks: Donald Trump Will Never Be President Again

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Hal Sparks: Donald Trump Will Never Be President Again

"How many trees do you get before you actually go to jail? So Bannon, they just the government has said, you know, suggested 6 months in prison. He was part. I mean, it's just been this wheel of right did they get pardoned, they get out they commit the next crime treason. They're spoke missing from that wheel now. Trump is no longer in there to actually give them a pardon and he shan't ever, ever, ever, ever. I'm here to tell you Donald Trump will never be president again. Thank you. Stop it, full stop. Everybody calm down, not gonna happen, never, not ever. The only thing I've ever agreed with Paul Ryan on is that Donald Trump and I'm sure you've seen the Roger Stone. Well, we're gaming in the phone. I was just going to get to this because, you know. Yes, let's do it. Well, please. Here we go. Jared Kushner has an IQ of 70. He's coming to Miami. We will object him from Miami very quickly. He'll be leaving very quick, very quickly. Very quickly. He has a hundred security guards. I'll have 5000 security guards. You want to fight? Let's fight. Thank you. You and your abortion is bitch daughter. Oh. Oh, oh. Oh. Oh, oh. Oh yeah. Fight, fight, fight, big bag of rats. Oh, and you left out the part where he said Trump will get oh, oh my God, hang on. Yeah, yeah, here we go. Okay. I'm done with this pressure. I'm going to go public supporting impeachment. I have no choice. He has to go. He has to go. Run again. You'll get your brains beat in. Oh, my. Speed it. Like, come on, that guy, then Roger Stone is one of your, like, in case of criminology break glass kind of associates. He's one of these people who you keep on standby if you want to go scummy than even the scummy people around you will invest in.

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Rep. Louie Gohmert: Working Toward a Congress With Republican Majority

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Louie Gohmert: Working Toward a Congress With Republican Majority

"And if the Senate gets the majority, I will hope there is enough push from American people that it will wake the Senate up to what needs to be done because I think you'll see the house not do what Paul Ryan is speaker did, but actually go after the fraud and the corruption and start cleaning house. And I know Jim is making clear he's going after that. And, you know, Kevin McCarthy is saying he is going to make sure we help people accountable. Well, that's been the problem in the past. We would get people that would say we're going to do this and that like Boehner and Ryan and then they would do exactly the opposite. Not hold anybody accountable, but this Republican form of government with a little R it will not stand much longer if we do not hold these people accountable that have engaged in so much corruption. The Intel community has way too much power. The DoJ through the Patriot Act got more power than they should have ever gotten. And they continue to tell people on the judiciary. Oh gosh, we don't take this away. We're keeping America safe. But let me tell you, I've looked at what they say. They would saved by having some of the what I would say overzealous for the visions, the Patriot Act. And we don't need those. There's plenty of probable cause to get what we've gotten without them spying on every American which I would submit what's going on.

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Rep. Troy Nehls Shares His Suggestions for After the Midterms

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Troy Nehls Shares His Suggestions for After the Midterms

"An idea before we came on air what we should do as conservatives after the midterms, what was your suggestion? My suggestion is that we have to make a big splash in the first two years. The American people are going to give us the gavel in the house. We are going to have the speaker. So we must take care of that gavel. Years previous. You know, we've had the gavel. We had both chambers. We had Donald Trump. And what did Paul Ryan do? Yes, we got the tax cuts and job deck, but we did nothing to secure the southern border. Now the American people are paying for it. So I think it's incumbent upon lunar McCarthy to make sure that we can rein in this out of control spending, take care of the gavel and make sure that we focus on 2024. This is about 2024 right now. How have we done enough to clean up what happened in 20 20 to make sure that 2024 is in stolen? Well, I think that a lot more attention, the states are given a lot more attention to this specifically the state of Texas. I think that the Democrats aren't going to have COVID and don't bring me this monkeypox story to all of a sudden declare another national emergency where you can see then these liberal mayors and governors and county clerks and stuff all of a sudden change the rules to the voting. And that's what you saw in 2020 all in the name of COVID. So I'm hoping that these individual states have tightened up the rules and made sure that we have voter integrity. Because without it, we don't have a country.

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Jack Posobiec and Charlie Unpack Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Visit

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 4 months ago

Jack Posobiec and Charlie Unpack Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Visit

"There's a lot to unpack what's what's happening there, but the breaking news, Nancy Pelosi has just landed. She's a scientist that's right. Taiwan and I'm very torn on this Jack. So maybe you can help get me clarity and with it the audience, which is I'm no fan of the Chinese Communist Party. I think that our focus should be on the CCP, unlike how our focus is on Vladimir Putin in Russia. Some people say, well, Nancy Pelosi is showing this big show of strength by going to Taiwan. Other people say that, you know, we are unnecessarily agitating the Chinese Communist Party, which I'm torn and I'm torn for the following reasons. Not for political reasons. We know why Pelosi is going. I think she's just trying to get a midterm boost for the Democrat party. Let's also because it's a nice feather in her cap for the end of her career. And of her career and I also she's an asset of the Chinese Communist Party. A 100%. So I'm not even talking about the Pelosi thing. I'm torn in the sense of, is this a good geopolitical idea? Whether if it was Pelosi or whether it was Paul Ryan or whether it was Boehner or McCarthy or gingrich, is it a good idea to Pompeo to Taiwan or who? Pompeo talked about. I don't know if he went, but I know he tweeted that he would try to accompany Pelosi on this trip. So I don't know. You're the expert. So Jack, is this a good idea or a bad idea? Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan. Forget the politics of it. Let's pretend it's not Pelosi, which is obviously so nakedly partisan and political, of which I have no respect for her. Well, here's generally geopolitically. Well, no, here's the thing. If you're looking at geopolitically, if you want to help the people of Taiwan, you want to help the law by Jing the common man and women of China. Where's Pelosi on the tariffs? Where's Pelosi on understanding the economic leverage? Because that's the only real way that we're ever going to be able to achieve any movement beyond the status quo here because unless you stop the free flow of western capital to the CCP, nothing will ever change in China will absolutely the CCP controlled PLA. People's Liberation Army will absolutely clearly have a military advantage in the area. There's no question president Trump was very clear about this as well. That should kinetic conflict kick off. I mean, it would be bloody. It would be devastating. The entire island would be on fire.

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Should Christians Watch Content Like 'Ozark'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 6 months ago

Should Christians Watch Content Like 'Ozark'?

"Liking the Netflix series Ozark several podcasts ago, and I'm not mistaken. It was just a side on to all that would happen to Netflix diminishing ratings as of late. I decided to check it out and I enjoy new dramas and fillers. Thrillers to an extent. I am only a few episodes in the season one, and while I actually enjoy the storyline of plot, it does seem to contain hold on one second. Contain all the modern day adult content language sex nudity violence, that most drama series do. After mulling it over, I want to ask your opinion on Christians watching such content. This is really not about Ozark specifically, but Ozark did ignite a spark of all movies and shows that provide such content. Please do not misunderstand my question as stemming from judgment from a place of genuine sincerity. It's beautifully written. Thank you. I know we are here to walk in our convictions with fear and trembling and one person's convictions may or may not be another's, but I know the Bible also empathizes being wholly as he is holding. How do you reconcile what you watch in here back to the Bible? Is it just a matter of fast forwarding certain scenes or actually watching them? Because they are not your convictions. Again, this is said with complete sincerity. Thank you for your potential response. I very much enjoy your podcast and listen just about every day. God bless TPUSA and all the work you're called to do cheers Brooke. What a great question. So I'll take kind of the Ozark question in particular. And look, this is a struggle that I have and I think a lot of other people have, which is kind of where do you draw the line between the content that you consume when it might be filled with all this other bad language and potentially sexually explicit scenes and also trying to find some form of entertainment or appreciation of art. And it's a kind of a constant struggle. So I've developed a couple rules for myself, which is I don't watch it alone. I'll watch with my wife. And if we feel that the smugness or the nonsense of it, just reaches such a threshold, we just turn it off. Now, I'll be very honest. Ozark is an exception to my general rule. Ozark, first of all, the last season was absolutely dreadful and awful. It ended terribly. So don't waste your time. But the first and second and third season of Ozark I think is some of the best written television that I have seen outside of the smutty Ness and the gross awful nature of some of the content, but the actual storyline of what will you do with your family? Will you descend how far can you descend into darkness? Can you stop yourself on the moral continuum? Is legitimately very, very well written art and very real

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The 2nd Amendment Saved Kyle Rittenhouse's Life

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

The 2nd Amendment Saved Kyle Rittenhouse's Life

"Kyle, welcome back to the program. And you look like you're doing great. I am. I'm doing really good. I want wakeboarding over the weekend and wake surfing at AF wake. It was awesome. Yeah. Extremely star still. I don't feel my hands right now from holding onto the wakeboarding room. But that's all right. It was awesome, and I can't wait to do it again. So you sent out a tweet the other day that I thought was really important, which is, you know, without the Second Amendment, I wouldn't be alive. Absolutely. The Second Amendment saved me. If I didn't have that rifle to defend myself against those attackers, I would be dead. And it's so critically important that people recognize that and realize that, that the Second Amendment saves people's lives every single day. Absolutely. You're living your living proof of that. And so you have a couple

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Kyle Rittenhouse Shares Some Major Life Updates

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Shares Some Major Life Updates

"So you have a couple announcements that you want to make here on this program. And the first of which is let's kind of talk about what you could talk about with the lawsuit stuff. Let's start there. So are you are you able to talk a little bit about the lawsuit stuff? Well, what I will say is that we hired Todd mcmurtry, Nick Sandman's attorney to help with these lawsuits and that we're going to be taking on some cases really soon. You know, I'm just saying, but new report out, Kyle, LeBron James of billionaire now. Oh. Just, I don't know if that's helpful. I don't know if that might be something that you guys might want to take a look at. But he could definitely pay. LeBron's got a lot of money. And then the other thing is, I was actually in, I was actually in Texas a couple of weeks ago, touring a couple campuses. My Dave has some really good friends out there, so we went out there and there are really connected with Texas a and M and toured the campus. He's ready to make. This is like, he's ready to make it. Wow, everybody. It's a big deal. Right here in the Charlie Kirk show. Kyle rittenhouse is announcing that he's an Aggie. So I'm going to be going there and it's going to be awesome. Beautiful campus, amazing people, amazing food. We went to Dixie's check in there. Best burgers ever. That's why he's going. Dixie's checking, everybody. Now, do you know what they say at a and M? They say. And you know how they say hello, they say, howdy, howdy. So there you

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Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 7 months ago

Ari Fleischer: Democrats Will Have to Organize After November Election

"It's really troubling to watch I mean when you watch I remember the Paul Ryan Joe Biden debate I was so excited for that 'cause I love economics and Paul Ryan does too He likes the Henry hazlitt book He can not make someone lesson I was like my gosh he's going to annihilate Joe Biden in this debate I'm sure you remember well And I got to tell you even though Biden lied the whole time our everything he said was nonsense He was presentable enough where you were like my gosh like that actually wasn't the debate I thought it was going to be That Biden is gone He's completely gone I can not see any way this guy could run where he doesn't get primaried you know teddy Kennedy style back in the Woods Well he won't even get primary because he's going to be gone Here's what's going to happen The day after the November election the Democrats are going to wake up they're going to say we lost the house We lost the Senate and we blamed Biden We're going to say he's 80 years about to turn 80 He's in decline Why do we want him at the top of the ticket Now you go back four years prior to that In December after the last midterm election December of 2018 then two Democrats declared their exploratory candidacy for presidency That was one month after the midterm The next month in January two months after the midterm 5 more declared outright candidacy or their exploratory The day after the November election it's on The Democrats need to organize every day that Biden hangs in there is a data Democrats don't have an alternative So they're going to go to him and they're going to say you can't run He's a stubborn guy So it's going to take a month or three to develop but I will predict to you lose the house lose the Senate he becomes a lame duck and the Democrats be the sigh of relief And then they're going to have their own 25% primary which is healthy That's how parties breathe and anoint the next candidate

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"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Bid, then damn it, you should use Google. I'm glad you brought that up. So before header bidding, people suspected that they could make more money if they were a little bit more open and they could see what was transpiring in this closed ecosystem. And so what happened after header bidding was launched. Pubs made more money. So we have an economic incident that occurred that kind of proves the point. You need alternative channels. So in any form of negotiation, if you have two potential parties, that's better than just having one source for whatever you want to do. Is to keep the channels on to be quite candid. Now, the fact that pre bid exists and Google has competition for publishers attention means that Google has to be winning in terms of what their bids are or taking lower share than pre bid to continue to win business. It still gets to the question of who's more likely to pay you more, does pre bid actually pay more as a publisher or does Google just because there is competition in Google's paying more doesn't mean that they're not the best. It's not an either or distinction here. A given publisher could have ball three basic solutions running on page ten, pre bid, and Google's monetization through OB. And they all compete in the ad server, the Google admin configure, and whoever has the ISC p.m.'s list. So what most pubs have devolved to is having at least two implementations to ensure that we don't get some kind of discontinuity on specific types of traffic. Now, Google is obviously very, very large and DV 360 is the largest demand side platform. The brands are working with lots of other demand side platforms, depending on their capabilities. We work with different brands and DSPs based on identities of people that they'd be interested in. We're partnering with live ring to make that an easy kind of buy for marketers. And that's all part of our open audience product. So the alternative mechanisms just don't assume Google's going to monetize better than everyone else. They compete, which is the great thing about this. It's an open competition now, as opposed to kind of a closed ecosystem. But if you just want to make sure it's happening, like if you're running free bid with a bunch of things in it and it's competing against Google, you know, it's always about keeping people honest, right? On our page view basis. Yeah. You mentioned the demand side platform were there any impacts to the launch and sort of growth of pre bid on the marketer side on the bidding side the demand side? I think the major impact as pre bid started rolling out was you had access to inventory that you never saw before as an independent DSP. And as a marketer using an independent DSP, you typically only have to go to Google for that. So all of a sudden, you saw different looks at the same inventory through different channels. And then understanding which is more effective for your goals, is it viewability? Is it bot detection? There are all these different characteristics of these channels. And so you could actually choose, if you track it, you could choose which one was more effective. And that's actually matured into a whole program now, which people are calling supply path optimization where the demand side and then hence the marketers funding the demand side are choosing specific paths with publishers, the trade desk launched a program around a month ago, where they said, for every publisher, let's just choose one path. And you can look at the past and they have different monetizations, different fill rates, different average CPMs and you choose the one that works best and use that. I'm not a fan of the static approach to be honest because that could switch next week and the only thing I've learned about programmatic is it will switch next week. So the fallacy everyone has is they think everything's a normal distribution. It's like reality is a normal distribution. It's highly, let's just say abnormal in programmatic. There's things that occur that don't make any sense. And you have no idea why. So you have to be able to adjust those things quickly and automatically. That's why I'm not particularly fan of static path. But it's an attempt to choose the best path for a given marketer or marketers in general to actually get to the user. If there's anything I've learned about the programmatic advertising industry, is that every time I think I understand the ecosystem, I learn about something new like pre bid. It's constantly evolving constantly changing and it is constantly getting more confusing. Yeah. The real takeaway is that pre bid it's letting you do header bidding and an open-source environment where you can control everything, see all the metrics and just own it yourselves. So no single entity actually controls your monetization. You're in charge of your own destiny. Now, of course, there's a problem with that, which is it takes some work to implement it. So that's kind of the penalty you have to pay. The beauty is this is a marketing show. So my advice to the marketers listening, if you're implementing pre bid, just ask your engineer to figure it out. Actually, yeah, it's definitely to get it on page. I mean, it's all JavaScript. There's actually a server side version of it, which is more efficient. But I don't want to let's stop complexifying things. To implement it definitely, you need somebody to do that. But then probably it's the analytics to optimize it. Because why are you calling open X all the time? Maybe you should be calling pub Matic. So it gives you a lot of little knobs to turn and kind of optimization techniques to apply. Well, for the sake of this conversation, let's just go ahead and say you should be bidding on OpenX all of the time. Well, I was thinking that. Paul, let me land the plan by saying, I appreciate you coming on the show, telling us about pre bidding about why it matters to publishers and about how it affects marketers. Thanks for being our guest. Thanks a lot, Ben. Okay, and that wraps up this episode of the martech podcast. Thanks again to Paul Ryan, chief technology officer at OpenX for joining us. If you'd like to get in touch with Paul, you can find a link to his LinkedIn profile in our show notes. You can contact him on Twitter. His company's handle is OpenX OPN, the letter X, or you could visit his company's website, which is OpenX dot com. And a special thanks to HubSpot for sponsoring this podcast. Don't forget that the HubSpot, CRM platform combines a suite of powerful marketing tools that cross email, social media, and even bots to help you create multichannel campaigns that better connect your people and customers to your business to learn more about how to grow better, go to HubSpot dot com. And don't forget to check out our newest show, the revenue generator podcast, which tells how innovators of the revenue generation orchestrate teams that deliver world class customer experiences through the integration of data SaaS people and processes to expedite demand and increase revenue. So if you're ready to join the revenue generation, search for revenue generator in your podcast app or head over to rev gen pod dot com that search for revenue generator in your podcast app or head over to rev gen pod dot com. Just one more link in our show notes I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you were listening to this podcast, head over to Marta pod dot com where we have summaries of all of our episodes, contact information for our guests, you can subscribe to our once a week newsletter. You can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions which will answer live on our show. Of course you could always reach out on social media. Our handle is mar tech pod on LinkedIn Twitter Instagram and Facebook, where you can contact me directly, my handle is Ben Jay shap bn. And if you haven't subscribed yet and you want a daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed, we're gonna publish episodes every day this year, so hit the subscribe button in your podcast app and we'll be back in your feed tomorrow morning. All right, that's it for today, but until next time, my advice is to.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

06:56 min | 8 months ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Will run the auction for you on page. I'm assuming Google's in there too. Well, actually, Google is not in there. So Google pre bids its own thing because Google is the default monetization path for most publishers. So Google since they have the Google Ad manager, that talks directly to add access as a demand source. What's happening is all those pre bid SSPs like supply side platforms like OpenX, we all compete. We get the highest bid out of that. We then send it up to the ad manager, which compares it to the highest bid from ad X and then whoever wins wins. Let me make sure I understand this because I think the programmatic advertising landscape in general and specifically to me is confusing as F you have the supply side managers. That is the OpenX of the world, right? You have the relationship with the publishers, you are saying, okay, here is the inventory here, all the page views that are available. Maybe 6, 7 years ago, it was kind of like that, but these days, it's like you have supply side platforms, which are probably better gold exchanges, that integrate with pubs, through a variety of mechanisms, OpenX integrates with a given pub either through pre bid that include us in the pre big container. Google has a product called open bidding, which is like a header bidding equivalent that they launch subsequent to header bidding, becoming popular. So we can get traffic from the same pub through open bidding. And frankly, there's the transparent ad marketplace with Amazon or Tam, and there could be a third way we get the same inventory. So we get the publisher inventory through generally one of these three mechanisms. So I have a website, let's say I want to put my pre bid container and I'm going to put my Google Ad manager, Amazon has an admin. I'm putting all of these containers on my website and I say, hey everyone, I've got a page view. Somebody cape to my website. What do we do with this? And then it gets sprayed out through all these containers through exchanges like us to the demand side platforms like the trade desk or DB 360, which is actually the largest demand side platform, which is also which is Google as well. Google is in every part of the equation. There's no getting rid of Google. Right. At this point. Unless you're on a social network. I agree with that one as well. But yeah, so it gets sprayed out and then given marketer working with the DSP might see the same impression four or 5, 6, 30 times through different paths through that. And those different paths have all different characteristics. So you are right to be confused. It is overly complex for what it's trying to accomplish. So the trade desk commonly known demand side platform says, okay, I am receiving notice that there is an impression that happened on Ben's website, and it came to me from Google's header container from the pre bit header container from Amazon's header container from Amazon's header could all of these. I'm getting this notification of this impression ten different ways and ten different paths, and then I need to go to the marketer and say, okay, we think this is the most efficient path. This is what the bid is or you've given me your bid. You win. Congratulations. We're going to buy this impression for you. They have very sophisticated algorithms. And it's actually worse than that. There's not one request from quote unquote pre bid. It's every adapter you put in pre bid. So you could get 15 requests from pre bid on the same thing. So it's really multiplicative into the DSP side. So their algorithms in terms of what the goal is for the campaign, whether it be CPA or some ROI metrics, some offline conversion metric. They're optimizing their bidding strategy using that data that they have on what they bid, what impressions they get as a result. What the cost is or the cost per conversion. So that's heavily heavily automated within the demand side platforms. And so you set campaign goals and then the algorithms adjust the bids because they might be getting trillions and trillions of bid requests a day across their platform. So they have to be able to very quickly decide if they want it or not. Do they want to bid on it or not or what have you? Okay. I'm with you and I understand that the pre bid container is basically selling your inventory or making your inventory available through a channel that is not Google and also not Amazon in this case. Why does that matter for publishers? It's part of the problem of if there's too much concentration in revenue when one path, what typically happens, the margins on that path kind of start creeping up. And I'm not going to use the M word that's in the newspapers these days with respect to Google. But there is always a fear that you didn't actually understand how much of the media spend was actually at work and how much was Google taking and what's actually going on. You have basically no control over your revenue destiny. And most companies, that's a bad thing. Something changes one day in terms of what's going on within the Google ecosystem. And your monetization can vary widely. So that reliance on a single channel without any form of alternative channel. And now there are two large alternative channels. One of which was completely open-source, no games, no, you get the code, you can see exactly what you want. You can configure it. You can run it yourself, you can work with a partner to run it for you. You know exactly what's going on. And then you have two alternatives, which are like, okay. And you don't really know what's going on. That's the Google and the Amazon. Yeah, they're kind of opaque. They give you metrics and what have you. But you know in private, for example, that OpenX bid, the dollar 50 on this and Rubicon bid, a dollar 52, right? You know everything on who's bidding and where it's coming from and the analytics provided are very, very transparent within pre bid. So it's an alternative channel. And it's also mobile as well. So I'm not just talking about websites. We're talking about mobile and what have you. And so it's incredibly important to use some fraction of the time as a foil to things that you don't understand. So I understand that using the pre bid container and open-source container allows you to separate out your revenue streams from not being totally dependent on Google, you can use Amazon as well as another way. Time for a one minute break to hear from our presenting sponsor, HubSpot. The HubSpot CRM platform combines a suite of powerful marketing tools that work seamlessly together so you and your team can deliver better experiences for your customers. You can save, reuse, and share your best performing emails with your team, or use social media tools to schedule and publish updates and analyze your performance, and you can even use bot builders to create robust automated multichannel marketing campaigns. To learn how to grow better by connecting your people, your customers and your business at HubSpot dot com. All right, back to today's interview..

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"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

08:02 min | 8 months ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"The martech podcast is a proud member of the HubSpot podcast network to find great business podcasts like this one, visit HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. From advertising to software as a service, to data. Across all of our programs and clients, we've seen a 55 to 65% open rate getting brands authentically integrated into content, performs better than TV advertising. Typical lifespan of an article is about 24 to 36 hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear call to action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar tech podcast, a Ben J chap LLC production. In this podcast, you'll hear the stories of world class marketers that use technology to drive business results and achieve career success. Will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space, so you can learn the tools, tips, and tricks, they've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the mar tech podcast, Benjamin Shapiro. Welcome to the martek podcast. Today we're going to discuss how cloud computing integrates into your ad tech solutions. But before we get to today's interview, we're going to kick off the show with a marketing minute, where we invite a friend of the martech podcast to help us answer a listener question in 60 seconds or less. Here for today's marketing minute is will Barron, who's the managing director of salesman dot org and the host of the salesman podcast, which is the world's most downloaded B2B sales podcast and a fellow member of the HubSpot podcast network. In his podcast, we'll help sales professionals learn how to find buyers and win business in a modern effective and ethical way. And will has been kind enough to answer a question from Katie rose, who is the director of sales enablement at spark post, which is one of the world's biggest email senders. Katie asked, what is the best way to scale and enablement program for B2B SaaS companies with limited resources? Okay, here's wells answer. Hey Katie and thanks for the question, there are three things to consider when scaling a sales enablement program. Your influence, the software that you're using and your internal insights. So let me explain. Your influence because sometimes in the corporate world, right in the wrongly, return on investment, case studies and data is just 9 north to break through the status quo and to get things moving. And so I would focus just as hard on adding value and building relationships with your internal stakeholders as I would on the sales enablement. It's itself. Next, software tools. Now, they're all pretty similar. It's the resources within the software that's going to impact the numbers simpler sales movement software that gets used is way, way better than complex software that no one bothers with. And finally, your internal insights. If you've got sales reps exceeding the sales quota right now, they should be defining what your sales enablement looks like. Don't give yourselves team what you think that they need, give your top reps whatever they want and give everyone else what they require to become a top sales rep. Thanks, will. If you're interested in hearing more from will Barron on the salesman podcast or any of the other great hosts in the HubSpot podcast network, you can go to HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. All right, on with the show, here's today's interview. Joining us is Paul Ryan, who is the chief technology officer at OpenX, which is the world's largest independent ad exchange. OpenX enables brands and publishers to connect and market on the open web. Yesterday, Paul and I talk about how cloud technology supports the digital advertising industry, and today we're going to talk about why pre bid should be top of mind for publishers. But before we get to today's interview, I want to tell you about a new show that my company is launching. It's called the revenue generator podcast. As it turns out, us marketers are under attack. That's right, the walls between marketing, sales and customer success teams are all falling down and unless something changes quickly, your CMO is going to be calling him or herself a CRO in no time. And that's why we're creating the revenue generator podcast. The revenue generator podcast tells how innovators of the revenue generation orchestrate teams to deliver world class customer experiences that integrate data, SaaS, people and processes to expedite demand and increase revenue. The show is hosted by my good buddy Doug bell who is a 20 year technology veteran that has been instrumental in driving revenue growth and scaling marketing organizations across some of the world's best known brands and nimble startups. And in each episode of the rev gen pod, you'll hear how industry leaders integrate sales marketing product and customer success into a single business unit with a common goal of optimizing their revenue cycle. So if you're ready to join me and Doug bell as a member of the revenue generation, search for revenue generator in your podcast app or head over to rev gen pod dot com that's revenue generator in your podcast or head over to rev gen pod dot com. Okay, here's the second part of my conversation with chief technology officer at OpenX, Paul Ryan. Paul, welcome back to the mar tech podcast. Good to see you again, Ben. I'm excited to have you back on the show. Yesterday we talked sort of high level about why cloud computing is important for the advertising industry. I want to ask you some questions today specifically about programmatic advertising and some of the ways that marketers can optimize their bids and buys. First off, there's this concept of pre bid. Talk to me about what that means. Pre bid is really associated with the whole concept of header bidding. So if you've heard of header bidding kind of in passing, header bidding was an approach that was created 6 years ago at this point to allow exchanges to all compete. So exchanges like OpenX or pragmatic or the Rubicon project to all compete for an impression equally on the page when the page view was occurring. So it was an attempt based on the fact that Google with the Google Ad manager or double click for publishers and with adds their exchange basically had wrapped up all of the inventory in the universe and left a little bit amount of inventory for the rest of the world that weren't using Google Ad manager, which is a very small it's a free ad server and it's really great. So why wouldn't you use it? So the first thing that happened was like, wow, Google's like end to end doing all the monetization. So the publishers started getting very nervous about that. I'd like all my revenue comes from Google. That doesn't feel right. So header bidding was invented by actually one of the engineers on staff here at OpenX to get around that exclusion or that lock in. So basically, you can put some code on page that calls out to a lot of Rubicon and us and whatever, get the best bid from all of those folks and then send that to the ad manager. And then the ad manager would try to compete with that via add X, which is Google's exchange. And if it couldn't, then Rubicon would win or open next would win. And so in a sense, it opened up all this inventory that was just flowing through Google. So it caused an explosion of activity within programmatic. So give me an example of what pre bid is. So pre bid is an open-source set of code and as an organization pre bid dot org. That provides a free container, a JavaScript container that you can put on your publisher can put on their pages. And then in that container, there's around a 150 adapters in there, one to call OpenX, one to call Rubicon, one's a call, basically everyone in the entire ecosystem. That container.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

08:30 min | 8 months ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"The mar tech podcast, a Ben J chap LLC production. In this podcast, you'll hear the stories of world class marketers that use technology to drive business results and achieve career success. Will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space, so you can learn the tools, tips, and tricks, they've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the mar tech podcast, Benjamin Shapiro. Welcome to the martek podcast. Today we're going to discuss how cloud computing integrates into your ad tech solutions. But before we get to today's interview, we're going to kick off the show with a marketing minute, where we invite a friend of the martech podcast to help us answer a listener question in 60 seconds or less. Here for today's marketing minute is will Barron, who's the managing director of salesman dot org and the host of the salesman podcast, which is the world's most downloaded B2B sales podcast and a fellow member of the HubSpot podcast network. In his podcast, we'll help sales professionals learn how to find buyers and win business in a modern effective and ethical way. And will has been kind enough to answer a question from Katie rose, who is the director of sales enablement at spark post, which is one of the world's biggest email senders. Katie asked, what is the best way to scale and enablement program for B2B SaaS companies with limited resources? Okay, here's wells answer. Hey Katie and thanks for the question, there are three things to consider when scaling a sales enablement program. Your influence, the software that you're using and your internal insights. So let me explain. Your influence because sometimes in the corporate world, right in the wrongly, return on investment, case studies and data is just 9 north to break through the status quo and to get things moving. And so I would focus just as hard on adding value and building relationships with your internal stakeholders as I would on the sales enablement. It's itself. Next, software tools. Now, they're all pretty similar. It's the resources within the software that's going to impact the numbers simpler sales movement software that gets used is way, way better than complex software that no one bothers with. And finally, your internal insights. If you've got sales reps exceeding the sales quota right now, they should be defining what your sales enablement looks like. Don't give yourselves team what you think that they need, give your top reps whatever they want and give everyone else what they require to become a top sales rep. Thanks, will. If you're interested in hearing more from will Barron on the salesman podcast or any of the other great hosts in the HubSpot podcast network, you can go to HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. All right, on with the show, here's today's interview. Joining us is Paul Ryan, who's the chief technology officer at OpenX, which is the world's largest independent ad exchange. OpenX enables brands and publishers to connect and market on the open web. And today, Paul and I are going to discuss why cloud technology supports the digital advertising industry holistically. But before we get to today's interview, I want to tell you about a new show that my company is launching. It's called the revenue generator podcast. As it turns out, us marketers are under attack. That's right, the walls between marketing, sales and customer success teams are all falling down and unless something changes quickly, your CMO is going to be calling him or herself a CRO in no time. And that's why we're creating the revenue generator podcast. The revenue generator podcast tells how innovators of the revenue generation orchestrate teams to deliver world class customer experiences that integrate data, sass, people and processes to expedite demand and increase revenue. The show is hosted by my good buddy Doug bell who is a 20 year technology veteran that has been instrumental in driving revenue growth and scaling marketing organizations across some of the world's best known brands and nimble startups. And in each episode of the rev gen pod, you'll hear how industry leaders integrate sales marketing product and customer success into a single business unit with a common goal of optimizing their revenue cycle. So if you're ready to join me and Doug bell as a member of the revenue generation, search for revenue generator in your podcast app or head over to rev gen pod dot com that's revenue generator in your podcast or head over to rev gen pod dot com. Okay, here's my conversation with Paul Ryan, chief technology officer at OpenX. Paul, welcome to the martek podcast. Thank you for inviting me, Ben. Very excited to have you on the show, you know, normally we interview marketers, you are not the CMO, you're the CTO, but you're working at a marketing company which makes you special in my eyes excited to talk a little bit about technology. Let's start off, give me the rundown of what OpenX is and what is the chief technology officer do with that company? So OpenX is a programmatic ad exchange. So we connect publishers, web publishers, mobile apps, CTV, folks that want to advertise and generate revenue with marketers, brands, agencies, and through DSP or the demand side platforms like the trade desk and a variety of others. We offer a platform obviously the connections there and the high quality connections in terms of fraud reduction and what have you, but also privacy compliance and insight into actually the audiences that marketers are actually attempting to buy. We launched a product around a year ago called open audience where we're enriching. We don't have a dog in the fight in terms of the identity wars. If you may have heard of what's going on and use my ID or use my ID to identify users, we're pretty agnostic there. So we have something called open audience where we use almost anyone's ID to actually identify and target audiences for marketers directly through the exchange, which is a heck of a lot more efficient than potentially doing it at the edges of the ecosystem. Okay, so you're playing on the programmatic space, and as I mentioned before, you're a technologist, right? You're responsible for building products and making sure that the ad tech component, the connecting the demand and supply sides, that that actually works from a technical perspective. I want to talk to you today a little bit about cloud computing and ad tech. The title of this episode is why cloud technology supports the digital advertising industry holistically. Let's start off talking about cloud versus what is not cloud, just give me an overview of what we're calling the cloud. So most people refer to there is the public cloud, which would be the usual suspects, Amazon with AWS, Microsoft with Azure and Google with GCP. So we're talking about publicly accessible compute networking and storage resources that you pay for on a per use basis, okay? So you're transforming how you actually think about what you're doing and to I'm doing more activity, therefore I pay more. Right. When you're doing lower activity, you actually pay less. And that's one of the key features of the cloud. You pay for what you use. And because of that, that combined with the fact that programmatic ad tech is incredibly bursty. Four or 5 times from peak to trough in terms of ad requests, bid requests going into CSPs, ad requests that we would get from our publisher network. It's very, very bursty. And the alternate to the cloud is what people say on prem or on premises. So if you have your own servers racked up and colocation facilities around the world and you actually you have to buy the servers configure them, manage them and maintain them, set up your networking, manage your networking and routers and all of that kind of stuff. That's basically the antithesis of kind of a cloud solution. So what I'm hearing is cloud computing is essentially somebody else, you know, we're looking at Microsoft Google, Amazon, they are basically owning servers that companies can tap into, and they're moving their business model in terms of paying for storage and processing power off of their premise so they don't have to own the hardware they don't have to manage it, but they are paying for, as you mentioned, the capacity every time an interaction happens, there is some cost associated with it. How is that better or worse? It seems like there's a little bit of an ad tech philosophy that you should own your servers and not be cloud hosted. Walk me through.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Rid of drop boxes. Convenient voting hours vote by mail. And if they can't do that they'll get out the county election worker or the state election worker. Who's actually counting the ballots in some of these states. If they can't do that they will physically attack the capital like so many of their followers that on january six This particular commission our state started with someone who was at the capitol on january sixth So these things are all intimately connected. There's no mystery about what's going on here. These people are desperate to maintain their power by any means possible It's hard to understand why they're doing it as You know obviously seven million people that voted or not gonna like having their personal information spilled but people need to your viewers understand. This is a a financial scam. They do this so that they can send out emails to raise money off that that's what they did in. Arizona was very profitable for them. They've been doing it in this case already and it will continue. So that's what we're up against those are the stakes out well. They're doing it to republican voters. I mean that point you just made of a that. They're trying to make people afraid to vote. Well if you're afraid of getting your identity stolen because all of your data has been handed over to some private individual private so-called company that doesn't know what they're doing with it or might even have malicious intent. That will scare republican voters from voting as well as democratic voters the the way to escape this as as a pennsylvania citizen is simply not to vote that that that's the message they're giving across the board right. I didn't say that these particular republicans were smart non right by. They are very determined and they have a short term. Focus on two things to stay in power raising money and getting donald trump's approval. That's what you need to be in the game on their side. We see time and again. I know you guys covered tonight. My colleague from ohio. Who said he wasn't going to run again because his vote for impeachment against trump Which was the right thing to do. Makes it impossible to be on their side. You've seen it with this cheney. So they know they need to do and if it's up to them they'll shrink the electorate down as far as they possibly can so that they can try just get their narrow slice of it out and it's increasingly narrow slice but i think what folks on our side half the realize is this is this is not a joke in this is not Just they're not so stupid that we can make fun of them and think that they're gonna lead to their own demise These people are willing to do anything to try to Take power in our state. Which is one of the key states in the country so we have make our defense impregnable at this is an attack our defense to it yes it will come in the form of laws and voting rights protections and all those things but ultimately it's written inside of us if you know somebody who's running for school board this year or town council or county commissioner in the counties where they're going to be counting these votes you gotta get out there and help them out for our statewide judicial candidates who are going to be the ones deciding these cases you have to donate to in support people who believe in democratic self government. It's that simple And the knock on democrats is sometimes we only show up every four years that that isn't cutting it anymore There's way too much on the line for this now and this is just the latest episode. Convince us of that. Carbon connor lamb candidate for senate in pennsylvania. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Thanks lawrence thank you coming up. California governor.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Is as is often the case it shocking but not surprising One of the things that are talking about it is that paul ryan was allegedly found a flat-footed after the election when anybody who was paying attention anybody with some modicum of intelligence and insight who'd met donald for five minutes would have known what a deeply psychologically disordered person he was so for paul ryan to waited for donald to be in the oval office before doing his homework and attempting to put up safeguards long after he he actually could have done something to make a difference. Is i think a testament to how we got where we are that. The kind of fecklessness of people. Like paul ryan and jeff flake. Who instead of taking a stand against what was clearly a dangerous and incompetent of person. They just stood aside and let him ascend to power and then have left the rest of my to deal with the quite serious up. It seems that Paul ryan's personal strategy in all of this once. He saw how impossible it was to deal with. This madman in the white house was to basically track his own personal exit strategy. Just from the speakership. Not just from the house. Representatives but from politics entirely and land as softly and richly as he could on corporate boards Like fox news. That was apparently his his route of moral responsibility that he found for himself. Yeah i guess he just found it too difficult to stay in the fight and try to save his party from its worst instincts which obviously were championed by donald. So the problem is because potentially moderating influences. And i'm not. I'm not suggesting that he ultimately would have been but at the time. The belief was that people like all right would be some kind of moderating influence because they chose to be cowards and get out of public life we now understand that donald is not the end result of how bad the republican party can be. He's the leading edge of mary. Trump as a psychology professional. This is the thing. That has been mystifying me. Since since the weeks after the inauguration when donald trump was running for president and should have been losing. There were times. When i used to just theoretically say to myself occasionally to others it would be so interesting to see him win the presidency because then he would discover the paul ryan is more powerful than he is. Speaker of the house actually tells the president what is possible legislatively and that the senate majority leader is more powerful than the president is on domestic policy issues. And then i saw something. I've never seen before the collective collapse of the male ego. Paul ryan mitch mcconnell. All these republican chairman of powerful committees. Who used to love to defy presidents of their own party and other parties just if nothing else to show how powerful they were and in washington. Mun republican men. Suddenly the male ego evaporated in the face of donald trump. And i've never had a satisfactory explanation of that but i think that is true. In some cases in some cases. I think it's also true that there are many Elected republicans who absolutely agree with donald and his a hateful rhetoric and then think people like mitch. Mcconnell are playing along it and as representative. Jeffrey said earlier he sees donald as as an opportunity to retain and clinging to raw power. No matter how illegitimately. He gets his hands on it so he's willing to make certain concessions because behind closed doors. I still think that there is nobody more powerful than mitch. Mcconnell as you see these these kind of reporting come out from robert costa and you see now that people were actually thinking about your uncle in the terms that you had been thinking about him before. He even became a politician. And you see paul ryan doing this psychiatric homework on your on your uncle. Did you feel you must have felt very frustrated about at least publicly. How how long. It took them to catch on to just how far gone he was. Yeah it honestly lawrence mystifies me because it's not as if donald has a poker face you know he's exactly here he is. He has no private self his all. What we call false self. He's the same in any context in any situation so again if you're paying the slightest bit of the tension you know that you know what he would be capable of doing. And as as you've said before the republicans had so many opportunities they had so many off off-ramps to cut ties with him and to defend our country against him and yet they never did. I mean i'm very glad that general billy took the steps. He took an obviously. There's a lot we still don't know but Giving a an an anonymous interview to bob woodward just doesn't cut it. I'm afraid so. We have a lot of soul-searching to do and we have a we have to ensure going forward that our institutions are safeguarded because what donald has shown us not purposely of course is that a fragile institutions ben towards the greatest dysfunction and it turns out that our institutions and our system are very very fragile. Indeed mary trump. I can never thank you enough for joining us. And i hope as you heard richland. I discussed the beginning of the hour. Your perspective on your uncle. A both professional and personal is so invaluable to this country to understand what we have been through what we continue to go through and for historians just cannot thank you enough. Mary trump really appreciate it. Thank you learnt secure and coming up. We'll be join next by my friend and sometimes neighbor gene sperling. We've worked together. When gene sperling was an economic advisor to president bill clinton on. I was chief of staff of the senate finance committee and we work together again when gene sperling was a consultant to the nbc drama. The west wing. And i was a writer and executive producer on that show but most importantly gene sperling is a veteran of the last free democratic. White house taps the administration president clinton president obama and now once again president biden gene. Sperling will join us next. Tonight's good news segment about how government is now helping american families with children. That's next.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"These people love me. One of the nazis drove his car into a crowd of people and killed heather higher and donald trump said. These people love me. These are my people. Donald trump said. I can't back stab the people who support me. That's why trump has never and will never condemn the trump mob of criminals and terrorists who attacked the capital. And tonight paul ryan who was once the republican nominee for vice president of the united states and speaker of the house of representatives. And the republican. Most likely to someday be nominated for. President is a private citizen who was in effect knocked out of politics by donald trump in two thousand nineteen his living the rich quiet life of among other things being a member of the board of directors of fox news and donald trump who was knocked out of office by joe biden remains the leader of what is left of the republican party leading off our discussion. Tonight is democratic congressman. Came jeffries of new york. He is the chairman of the house democratic caucus carson jeffries. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. What was your reaction to what. We're learning in bud wilbur. And robert costa book about paul ryan's interaction with donald trump and his preparation for dealing with what he considered to be at minimum a mentally unstable incoming president extraordinary but the challenge in dealing with donald trump. Is that not only is he a malignant north narcissist. But he causes a psychopath and a pathological liar at the same time. That's pretty complicated for an ordinary citizen. It's incredible to deal with someone about nate. As the president of the united states of america challenge That the republicans have had is that they accept the donald trump the who he was and continues to be in part because of the desire for the acquisition and maintenance of raw power to accomplish their own policy objectives in the case of all ryan cutting taxes for the wealthy the well off in the well connected and in the case of mitch mcconnell. That's the jam right. Wing supreme court justices down the throats of the american people to take us back to the dark ages so You're paul ryan. You're the speaker of the house your second in line for the presidency after the vice president of the united states in the line of succession. And you're working with a report president of your own party who you has mental health problems in the extreme and he seems to have done nothing about it except come up with a tactic for verbally dealing with trump himself but he did nothing that on the record that we know about so far to protect the country from this kind of present. That certainly is the case But things have deteriorated from there Because i think paul ryan is fundamentally a good man disagree with him on policy and clearly he had some challenges with trump could have done. Much more to articulate that ugly a right now. you have a house. Republican leader in kevin mccarthy who is a wholly owned subsidiary of donald trump and it's solely because he sees trump and trumpism as a pathway back to house republican control of the majority which would be a frightening thing because it was a functionally be donald trump running the house of representatives and partnership with kevin mccarthy matt gaetz marjorie taylor grain and the rest of that group of individuals. That can i ask. What is the difference. In effect between paul ryan as the leader of the republicans in the house and kevin mccarthy as the leader of the republicans in the house. I think at least all ryan had some policy goals in objectives that they wanted to achieve most of which we disagreed with all ryan Was very helpful and working with some of us on the other side of the al. For instance and getting criminal justice reform over the finish line. Kevin mccarthy is all about the acquisition of power. that's it there is no ideology. There is no policy concerns. There's no effort to try to improve the lives of every day. Americans to work with us as democrats to crush the virus or improve the economy and an order or kevin mccarthy to achieve his ambition. He has decided that. I'm just going to bend the need to donald trump. It doesn't matter that he sparked a violent insurrection an attack on the capital. That was an extraordinary event in american history and his dangerous Kevin mccarthy still hasn't denounced This hate-filled violent rally. That is being planned on saturday. Outside of the capitol to defend the insurrectionists are. Are you satisfied with what you know to be the preparations for the security of the capital. This weekend policy has been in close communication with all of the security officials who are new. We have a new police chief of the capitol hill police squad and we have a new sergeant at arms And we have most importantly have a binding administration that is going to take this effort seriously not potentially hold back the national guard to the extent. The need arises jeffries of new york. Thank you very much restarting of our discussion. Tonight and joining us now is married. Trump the author of the book the reckoning our nation's trauma and finding a way to heal. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Really appreciate it. I eager to get your reaction to the woodward and cost account of paul ryan doing his psychiatric homework on narcissistic personality disorder during the presidential transition as he was trying to figure out president-elect donald trump.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"This is jalen yang national editor at the new york times. More than seventeen hundred journalists work the times. They come from all over from iraq to iowa. They speak arabic spanish korean. But there's one thing they all have in common. They have dedicated their lives to helping us understand the world everything. The new york times publishes starts and ends but their commitments times subscribers keeper journalists focused on their stories. If you're not a subscriber yet you can become one at ny times dot com slash subscribe. Now it's time for the last word with lawrence donald. Good evening rachel and i have on the tonight. The book of peril. It seems like every other week. There is a new book of great import. This is by my count. Bob woodward fourteenth book on the presidency and his first book co authored with robert costa. We're going to be discussing tonight. Because of the revelations that are now being focused on in some media reports about paul ryan speaker of the house consulting psychiatry papers about narcissistic personality disorder. Try to figure out how to deal with. Donald trump married trump. Who has made a lifetime study both professionally and otherwise of donald trump. In this problem is gonna is gonna take us through what she what would be her perspective. On what paul ryan must have experienced with trump. Yeah she's the in the van diagram like she's the only person in the overlap between like trained mental health professional and lifelong observer from childhood of donald trump. She's the one she's like the bookable person on this. She's just make sure the the invaluable perspective on donald trump and we'll just so lucky that she chose the educational path she chose is such a smart talker in great writer about it. So we're lucky to have her tonight awesome. Thank you rachel. Wood rubber costa's new book peril reveals that after donald trump was elected president republican house speaker. Paul ryan consulted a doctor and studied psychiatric research to figure out how to deal with donald trump since trump was so obviously mentally unstable and their book woodward and cost a report once trump won. Brian was caught off guard. He now had to deal with him. Brian began on his own to research. How to deal with someone who is moral and transactional. The exercise initially was difficult. Ryan liked to call himself a policy guy but his wife did not extend from the realm of social security and medicare into psychiatry. Then a wealthy new york doctor and republican donor called ryan and said you need to understand what narcissistic personality disorder is. What brian asked. The doctor sent ryan a memo and an email with his thoughts on how to best deal with a person with antisocial personality disorder. He also sent along hyper links to dense articles in the new england journal of medicine the memo contained material from the internal statistical classification of diseases and related health problems. Tenth addition called ryan studied them for weeks. Convinced trump had the personality disorder ryan's main takeaway do not humiliate trump in public humiliating narcissist. Risked real danger a frantic lashing out if he felt threatened or criticized on a visit to trump tower on december. Nine twenty sixteen. Paul ryan found. The president elect incapable of concentrating on anything. Quote trump nodded as ryan spoke earnestly about taxes and health. Care then look down at his cell phone which was ringing with sean hannity of fox news. He answered the call as ryan and his advisors set silent. Here with paul from told hannity. Oh you wanna talk to him. Talk with him. Trump looked at run then. Put the call on speakerphone. Sean talk to paul. He told the host and hannity did for about seven minutes. We don't know the paul ryan's study of donald trump's personality disorder included listening to the psychiatrists who appeared on this program to discuss that very subject beginning exactly one month into the trump presidency on february. Twenty first twenty seven if we could construct a psychiatric frankenstein monster. We could not create a leader more dangerously mentally ill than donald trump. he's a paranoid psychopathic narcissist. Who's divorced from reality and lashes out impulsively at imagined enemies. And this is someone as you mentioned. Who's handling the nuclear codes. He lives because of his sociopathic tendencies to gartner was talking about. He can't stand aspect of reality that he doesn't want. So he rejects his grasp of reality and his attention. To reality is is loose and extremely dangerous trait in a president to actually makes him unqualified. He's just saying enough as it were to a pass but actually detached from reality is doctor. Dodo said so that what is real is fluid. It's totally Malleable according to his personality disorder. And so you have someone handling the nuclear codes. Who's not in touch with reality. And whose paranoid who actually imagined that he's under attack by people who were not actually attacking him then. What you have is a very dangerous combination of someone who can act on his paranoid fantasies in a way that can have catastrophic consequences. Paul ryan's rule of not humiliating trump in public was broken on august fifteenth. Two thousand seventeen here is the woodward and cost to account in peril quote a lasting. Rupture came on august fifteenth. Twenty seventeen on a hiking trip with his family. Member of ryan's eight per security team approached with the satellite phone on the line and adviser had bad news. Trump was added again blaming both sides for charlottesville. The media was asking for comment ryan side this time. He had to pop trump publicly standing alone on the side of a mountain. Ryan began to dictate a cutting statement. That was then tweeted out. Paul ryan actually tweeted. We must be clear. White supremacy is repulsive. This bigotry is counter to all this country stands for there can be no moral ambiguity woodward and cost report once back normal. Cellular range ryan's phone buzzed. It was trump. you're not in the fox hole with me. Trump screamed ryan yelled back. Are you finished. may. I have some time to speak. Now you're the president of the united states you have a moral leadership obligation to get this right and not declare. There is a moral equivalency here. These people love me. These are my people. Trump shot back. I can't back stab the people who support me in charlottesville. Nazis were chanting. Jews will not replace us and donald trump.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Sort of explain people who are trying to flee so hey there it is. Apparently mike davis who has a reputation for always predicting the future he predicted. La riots before they happened He predicted free. What else but he is saying. The next wave of the story is going to be when the insurance companies start just bailing. Start being like sorry. We can't protect your right your property because we can't repay when like an entire state catches on fire like what. What are we gonna do. That's our whole company. Yeah so look out for that. When the insurance companies no longer ensure entire chunks of the country. I get we sort of touched on that yesterday. Episode it's like and then you can see like the counter movement of like banks and things to be like no no no right. Yeah you better ensure this shit right. Wow where they're gonna fight each other cool fight fight fight fight banks first. Insurers thank first ensures the popular kids. You're gonna fight each other. Give to the qual- the banks. The insurance go and then greets men. Yeah antoine as mine. French player although he is spanish as well But he chooses to play for the french national team. He is actually very interesting move so because barcelona have been just an absolute kind of disaster running their club. They don't. they barely have money to pay their players to a point where they're like even our best players like maybe another team can take you for a little bit because we just can't handle your wages so who had to go back to not that he had to go back. He resigned with the come with the company. The team that he played for before barcelona athletico mandy so he is going back to letty and yeah he's he's back baby for a fraction of the cost that he was sold for so just like a sad merry-go-round people fucking up their bag When it comes to teams they're just blowing it with. Yeah and it's just a lot of you know like barcelona's already had been like yeah. You gotta get messy. Sorry can't afford graze men. sorry can't afford. Yeah then there's crepe for messy right. He just had his debut over the weekend. I mean it was. It wasn't very eventful but where we say about messy there so barcelona is saying they can't afford any of their players because they paid for messy or just because the club was ran so poorly the mounting debts and like bloated contracts or like they just reached that tipping point where they're like. Oh god we're in the find out is so all right. Let's take a quick break while i look up. Who massey is and then we'll be right back four decades. This area has been a hotbed for paranormal savings. This is a strange place. This part of the country about it just doesn't feel right strange things we're having him back then and strange things are happening again. Found something this other worldly corner of southeastern massachusetts the bridgewater trying iheartradio in grim and mild presents. Bridgewater starring measham collins. Melissa ponchio and nathan fillion created by aaron minke and written by lordship and. Listen to bridgewater now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts and learn more at grim and mild dot com slash bridgewater need more for following your life. Starting august twenty third. Listen to the good morning football podcast. Join me adams alongside nate burleson peter straker and kyle brandt for a daily breakdown of the league's biggest stories. If you're looking for the secret ingredient. That makes patrick mahomes so special or with sitcom best describes the cowboy season. Then this is the podcast for you. It's only game plan breakdowns and fantasy tips. We've got you covered for all your football needs between interviews with the stars of the nfl previews of all the best match ups and weekly fantasy advice. The gm podcast is your one stop shop for all things. Football we got recaps re tweets and reaction to all the wild moments. You might have missed on and off the field and whether you're a football fanatic or just a casual sports fan. Who enjoys a good laugh. Make sure to listen to the good morning. Football podcast. weekdays on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast and we're back. And elizabeth homes is cases finally going to court. She is the theranos founder. Who scammed we're trying to figure out like how bad we've how mad we are at her. I was before we started recording because a lot of the people she tricked or just like really rich bad people like she really really pulled one over on henry. Kissinger you bastard. Leave henry kissinger loan mexican billionaire carlos. Slim leave the billionaires alone. God him bill. Clinton guide him But then i guess she you know. I'm sure a lot of people lost money including people who probably don't have billions of dollars so now great her court cases finally going to court and in addition to like doing some maneuvering around whether she would have to wear a mask in court. I think she didn't want to so she could like smile. Awkwardly at the jurors sheba will also be caring for her newborn child in court. Which is you know. It's a gambit. I bet it'll work. It'll make her seem more. I ca. i can't imagine like that. That's the most effective thing you could possibly do like. Oh you're gonna take away this baby's mother okay. No that's right. Oh that's fine just this. Oh god i mean it's so tough being a single mom you know the last thing would be to go to jail for dupin people out really suck. Your husband is a hotel millionaire. Well but i mean like before. Like i feel like a single mom. You know what i mean. I'm busy right now. She she should buy hush. You're holding a rolled up legal pad. That's not a baby in your arms. Oh really Maybe you have a very rigid definition of what parenting is fit to be in the jury. My honor paul. Ryan is trending. Because he's brave. You know yeah. He's a brave guy. He got out. He said the dirty bit out loud in public. He said yet. Trump lost that shit in november. Battling was a loss that was a big kellington and there was like you know that makes news these days because then people like you see man. She's rhinos paul was always against trump. Not we blue. So that's just if you wanna if you wanna get trending in the right now because it's hard to do it by saying like nazi shit out loud enough to say the truth. That's what.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And welcome to this episode. Wake me up when september trends courtesy. Johnny davis and green day may goof. Is it september. Yeah yeah. We're about to hit. September big seth except to again intercepted right. I'm jack that's miles and this is going to be an episode. That has just nonstop september word. All right all right now we. This is episode trending and a couple athletes are trending cam. Newton is trending because he was cut by the patriots china. I don't. I don't love for the patriots because i think he's an underrated quarterback even though he had a bad season last season. I do love. For our national vaccine efforts because he i think was unvaccinated and kind of choosing not to be vaccinated and i do believe that had a lot to do with why he was cut. It wasn't all that rap and hip hop. And i don't know if he asked that one one talk sports talk show. Yeah yeah brother rap music. That's why he's he'll get another team will get them right. Yeah for sure. I mean he's line like starting and should you know would be like the best backup i think in in the league if he ends up being a backup but it was yeah. He won the heisman. He was rookie of the year was went to the super bowl and was like head one of the better seasons of in many years but You know it's weird how. How often do heisman winner. Just completely fall off not nailed on. You know because obviously it's a different different world. I'm sure about like usually like we get so turned up for heisman. Winners going into the league. And then it's not always you know like where's jameis winston ray. Where's rg three. Where's charlie ward. Charlie ward so i feel like those days are maybe behind us. I don't know because the like now. The players like alabama is so massive. It's like basically an nfl team. And so it's it's hard for those players. Like charlie ward was like too small for the nfl kind of and didn't really have a great throwing arm. But yeah i mean so marcus. Mariota was heisman winner. Who didn't pan out james. Yeah is going to be the starting quarterback for the saints this year. Johnny manziel johnny football. So it happens. That was a that was a run of three that didn't really work out or g. three But then you've also got your jackson's your cam newton your derrick henry. Derrick henry is just amazing. Yeah win some you lose some basically everyone's sins derrick henry has been probably like a next level. Nfl player. i mean crooked. Forget chris winky about that in the year. Two thousand show ron dane and ninety nine. Wow on dane man. I remember he was on all those video game covers. And you're like he's not going to have occur. E francis was like on the cover of ncw basketball like Yeah love that maryland team though what else. Oh so another thing. Those training is some guy named ben. Simmons i'm not sure that's about also there's a fire. Do give it in the paint. That all ben. Ben ben's best benjamin ben newton old ben simmons. He is trending because he's essentially told the sixers. I don't wanna play here. And i'm not coming to training camp so deal with it. I mean for him. Was that mean for you. How you feel when i said that you remember your first wait. What and then you just exhaled. It's kind of. I didn't know how this is gonna work itself out. I knew that it was like to immovable objects like right like benson. They basically threw him under the bus. In a way that. I've never seen a star ish player thrown under the bus by the best player on his team and his coach. Generally people won't do that especially if the person just had like a really bad series. You're not like yeah. They suck right usually. You're like you know we're we're working through it and they're to get better and we believe they're gonna get better Instead they basically made it so that he couldn't be on the team anymore but then they didn't make any moves in the off season so it was like well so are they just going to cause. There's no there's no version of reality where someone with that big ego who's also like kind of fragile. I feel like a little bit especially after that series is is going to just like come in and be like. Hey you know. I'm checking in for work. And i don't care what they said grind it out. I just. it's not it's not happening. i think. More power to him. I definitely don't think docking. Doc rivers in joel. Embiid should've talked to as talk shit as openly because now the sixers front office is in a really weird place where they have like basically distressed asset that everybody knows. They're trying to get rid of and nobody's going to give them full price for it now. Whoops whoops yeah it's a it's a massive messy team to root for but you know still going to keep rocking the hat because i like the hat so we will stop sixers fan. Nope just like that. Nah not fucking with the process. Now anything don't know anything about anyone just like the hat moving on ben. Simmons never heard of him never here to pick up an ice cream cake. Ben simmons please stay the kaldor fires trending and this is a fire that is basically about to make render lake. Tahoe one of the biggest You know outdoor You know vacation spots in california uninhabitable I i was there over last summer with my family and just even than it like there were days. You couldn't go outside because of the air quality because of fire season. So this is not like unexpected It is just Fucking terrible that. This is the new reality. Ma'am it's you. Look at those fire maps how. They just grew over the last couple of days. And you're like ooh that's a lot of a lot of damage you and it's interesting. 'cause there is a lot of an expensive homes there so that usually means like a pretty fierce response to save the private property up there but it seems like one of those things where just wins and nature. Is this on its own course. so yeah For anybody out. Yeah hope hopefully people who have had to evacuate Hopefully you're safe and hopefully it's not too devastating for you. Although i already saw like fucking horrible stories of la like lift and uber rides that were like thousands to like.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on The Strategerist

The Strategerist

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on The Strategerist

"The speaker of the house of representatives is at the center of our nation's legislative agenda. Paul ryan the fifty fourth speaker of the house. Shares leadership lessons and takes us behind the scenes of capitol hill. And into the speaker's chair. It's a combination between school principal ward in a high traffic cop you. It's it's a very much of a management job and it has very great policy meeting. I mean bill you decide what goes to the floor and win. The floor works in what congress works on so and it's also you're basically like conductor of symphony because you're sitting at the rostrum telling these committees to get those bills going those communities. Get these bills going. Get this on the track and then you're building the pipeline to the floor so you you want to choreograph over a two year period all the various legislation. That's going to happen speaker. Ryan also discusses some of the legislative accomplishments and disappointments for his time speaker of the house as well as the state of politics and republican party. Today i major kaufman and this is the strategic presented by the george bush presidential center. Some pretty remarkable people come through the door center and you more so than our guest. The fifty fourth speaker of the house. Paul ryan speaker ryan. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day with.

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"paul ryan" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"paul ryan" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"And cut paso that particular animal is in in a in a high vision of box. Sexy tracked normal always back to the individual animal. That's pretty difficult. Sydney track back to the pension from that. That was twenty animals. prices deluge animals. Back to the. And i suppose something like ground beef which ends up being perhaps quite a quantity of a lot of different cuts from mini and That would also be. It's it's an interesting process. So the other part of that then is the going forward you ended up with what's called Primal cuts That are or cuts of beef. That are in in boxes that are ready to be exported or delivered to supermarkets. And i assume then there's some sort of an. Id on those boxes that have all of that information so that they unloaded in hong kong and and sue consuming in hong kong restaurants that they can identify the plant in the farm. Should that it came from xetra. It absolutely said we check in too late autumn level in box of this at twenty stikes on a package ready to proceed market. Show checking the autumn. You check the audience that that box. We light leading the box. It's got snot in the box. Get stayed into Pelicans gaming to attracting container because the boss tracks the movement of the cantata yiping causing the dough Will cy moving through boston. Saw the pellets. The condition of a making saw his gone up old ally. it's temperatures threshold and that's very important for the in consumer particularly supermarket to determine the shelter off. Well yeah that gets back to the other. Challenge that there. Is i think being in australia. That's a ways away from a lot of places. I mean you're not you're close to asia because you you're really part of just of having that market right there but but still Historically get get your products that are perishable anywhere else in the past. They all had to be frozen pretty much to be able to get it. Although there was some semi fresh and processed in cry at containers and so forth that were put on planes to to deliver but but now was is Chilled is what's referred to now is. Is that the form that most of the meat leaves australia and goes for your markets in in some sort of a chilled form. Yes well that's where we as a country spa as ran up. The is electrician. Percents rate is since of children because up until now we haven't had the systems to monitor and take that the quality of that perishable or by but now with this system we actually can and the here is chilled beef. Sports was an extra thirty the same to the astride than exports. So that's that's the gym. We can achieve having tried to just by adding that the monitor Laced to a premium product in a That very welcome to pay shield is kind of directly from saturday. Well let's explain children. Now as i've had it explained to me before it just like not quite frozen. I mean it's really really cold but it's just this size of frozen zandt ryan shaw. I think it's things one or two degrees or something and they win win. It's now frozen could be good for a couple of years and the technology of freezing in new zealand. Australia has really led the world. Because of you've had out of necessity. I think but but they really done a great job and being able to have the good frozen and technology but now this chill technology How long can the product last when it's when it's chilled package properly depending on the packaging nothing It can can last after nice Depending on the technology this us there's a lot of Fighting inside could see. If i sell a couple of in it's gonna be at the instigation old shelf after that does here you know when we have to be on the west coast and goes all the way the east coast takes four or five days to get there and then you only really got good. Maybe another five or six or seven days that you need to be selling the products before it stores kind of losing condition and so so the chilled products that comes from australia. The chilled meats that are coming from from australia are they. Are they generally put on planes. Are they still. are there. still ships as some shift. In some pride. I'll think he's the guy for the premium products particularly and that sets a working with a number of uprise and working with the airlines as well Really came to be about that. She will live system for quality. Pave into the slides. That's really really interesting. And i think it is important for them to know that it's coming from australian processing plants to little only australian farmers. I've been through some meat processing plants in australia. And their impressive. Can i been in some in other parts of the world. That i wouldn't want to eat the meat. The came those plans and Back a have eaten some of the meat. The came through some of those. I got sick too so As a bad experience. But i always feel pretty relieved to know that it's a australian or american or new zealand and some of the western europeans. But there's other areas that are just as really if he so that amount of information to the customers that are marketing. I could see where that could be could be very important to them. That explain your company. How how do you make money from doing this. Or is it or is this a nonprofit venture now we're public unlisted here shredding. We ended up one hundred fifty. Shareholders episodes muddle as we told her decision not to charge the fowler thing from the software. We chance the what we call the brain. Who's the also the exporter. The autumns we apply a smart. Qr tied to that that audit the box except and all that data from the is actually that link to that point challenging to the brain autumn. So that's it's ed Volume by to.

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