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Indigenous Artist To Artist
"So I think we wanted to start off by hearing from each of you like why were you? Are you interested in the type of work that you do in museum and cultural spaces, and then what do you see as the challenges from your position where you are in your career the challenges of these museum spaces? And in that sense to like we also, since our podcast is called all my relations kind of thinking about. The ways that museums and curation fit into this idea of being in good relation. So that's like a multi parter. But basically, why are you interested in this work What do you see as the challenges and then like? Any sort of thoughts around these ideas of museums and curation fitting into the idea of being a good relation. well, I so I. This is Jamie and I grew up with my father being in the navy and so my mom Mama's Osage my dad's non-native and he was in the navy. So we moved around a lot but spent summers at home in Oklahoma participating in our launch PGA and being you know with family and relatives there but when I was in elementary school We lived north of Chicago and Chicago has some incredible museums and so you know I would go to museums on the. Weekend with my family's or we would go for field trips and I loved museums The Museum of Science and Industry was split place that release sparked my interest and curiosity I loved the Field Museum where you could go and like go into a pyramid and you know be Indiana Jones which is problematic in a lot of ways to but you know and so in I think it was fourth grade was like the one year where learning about native Americans was part of the Illinois State Curriculum. And so we went to the field museum to the native American Cultures Hall, and I was really excited because I had told my friends that I was native American and they were like, no, you're not. You don't live in t p You know you don't look like you know Pocahontas or like have a pet like a free Koon. And so we go to the museum and they have a case about osage. people and it's like osage men's costumes. And there's like no representation of women and the closet are on view not the kinds of clothes that Mike that we wear today even you know our dances and. You know it was just like a really sad experience, and then my friends where these kids in my class told me like. Well, it's because you're not a real Indian anyway. We didn't believe you and it was just like this really kind of like damaging. Experience for me and so a lot of the reason. Know. The reason I got into museums is because I want kids to go into museums and feel like they're represented in meaningful and respectful ways until like experience the kind of joy and curiosity you know the the can happen in museums and that should happen in museums and non those kind of negative feelings. So there's a lot of work to be done. Things are getting better you know, but there's still a lot of a lot of space for for growth. I had the same experience at the field museum but that was like three or four years ago when I was asked to do a show there and I walked in and there's those totem poles that are in the in the center house and. You know they're like still unnamed polls in like some Haida itis did it or some sense Simpson artists and then I went you know walked into the native area and they had these. What we call square deal is we run square deal for ceremony there these paddle boards and we don't really talk about it's not even something I would publicly talk about here and say this is why we doing what it's for because it's super sacred and it's quiet something we do. quietly and those when you rents could illitch those boards are taken they're putting back inside their boxing they're putting put away. Forbidden for good reason, and then those were just sitting there at the front of the exhibit and I was like, oh no I cannot go I cannot walk in here. You know like I literally turned around and walked in the other direction and the person giving me a tour was like where are you going I said this is I can't go in here. This is inappropriate but you know that was a couple of years ago so I can completely relate to that Jamie. Well and I will say about the field museum they you know have taken down the old native American Culture Hall not the North West Coast but then American you know the other part of the hall and have been working with you know a collaborative team and a native earn indigenous Advisory Group to reinstall that and so you know there is you know some conversation happening there and some there's a great show their curated by a Nina Sanders Uppsala Women in Warriors that you know Sanders did supported by Miranda Roberts who's a curatorial fellow there, and so you know there I don't want to just like bash the field museum. You. Right. Yeah. Actually. Really want to see that show. It looks really cool. Yeah. My heart goes out to Nina and the team because it opened just like literally a week before every buddy needed to be at home and chiltern please Ram. So but it's such a feat in terms of just that that monumental of exhibit with Contemporary Indigenous Artists is there a a real world renown institution so big props to Nina entity. So. I can go ahead and jump in. So you got edge OKLA CIT kiani Bushes Gene Takuji chador begun Annella could though Kanada Show I am connecting in from a the Mayakoba the lands of the the my people in Santa Ana Pueblo, my partner's home in North Central, New Mexico in it's where we raise our son and our family. And so I I think listening to. Jamie Story going back to where I found the magic and the interest in museums I was a young kid in the interactive galleries of the heard, museum and waiting for my dad to. Finish up some consulting that he was doing as a photographer on with the museum. So I would just wait and play all different museums all over the south west and all over the country as he would have these meetings and so It was always a really exciting place to be to explore I when I filled out my application for college I knew that I like art I knew that I like art and I knew that I like history and so I just put the two together. I didn't know that art history is a thing I grabbed. His Kayonza? Shoutout to all the an empty mustangs and and my application came back with my major having been declared art history and it was like, wow, I didn't get returned I. Guess It's a thing in college I love sitting in the dark room like watching slides drop like on the old like slide Kodak carousels and just being like so taken. Seeing the world through Like. Through, like art of other cultures
Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate
"The former vice president for choosing California Senator Kamala Harris says his running mate, former President Barack Obama, said Joe Biden nailed this decision by choosing Senator Kamala Harris is America's next vice president. He's underscored his own judgment and character. Also, every single VP shortlist or who didn't make the cut, congratulated Harris. Conventional wisdom is the Biden campaign wanted a V P who would represent the future of the party and be a minimal target. President Trump. Harris is a generation younger than Biden and her candidacy will move the marker forward for women of color in politics while also giving black voters a seat at the table, which many African American groups outright demanded after black voters rescued. Biden's primary campaign walks is Jackie Heinrich president Trump telling Fox's Hannity. He's surprised by the choice. He was probably nastier than Even Pocahontas to Joe Biden. She was very disrespectful to Joe Biden on and it's hard to pick somebody. That's that Just respectful when She said things during the debates stir the Democrat primary debates that were horrible about Sleepy Joe. But the president also said Harris was the choice he most wanted to run against, saying she completes what he called the Democrats Socialist agenda in Tuesday's
"pocahontas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Night Elizabeth Pocahontas Warren this is shame checking out of the twenty twenty race all right Matt Maher what's going on over on the side hammer in jail right now southbound for sixty five completely stuff for my sixty nine Denver down to fifty six three shade whatever do we have a crash that left three lanes are blocked it involves a semi also a jackknife pick up truck and trailer not to mention another vehicle we know we have an injury in this to the extent we do not know against on traffic from sherry went back to I. sixty nine inbound sixty nine down stuff ninety six street down to four sixty five at least those exit lanes and ramp to Bedford Rary slow right now what he's about four sixty five stuff and go keystone over to sixty nine is it merges with that stop traffic or look at a west bound for sixty five transporter Luna before meridian street on over to four twenty one we still have stop and go traffic to stop traffic but the front of the line started to move the prices going traffic sponsored by window nation ready to upgrade your windows right now by two windows get two free get a house of windows for as low as seventy five dollars a month on grade a triple play for only ten dollars more per month a golden window nation dot com for your free estimate I've met their father was on Twitter for instant traffic updates at W. IDC traffic right now we have fifty eight degrees at the American standard heating weather center and if you go to our Facebook and Twitter page right now Facebook dot com slash hammer in Nigel Twitter at hammer in Nigel we're celebrating the campaign that was Elizabeth Warren's even though her campaign may be done we're always going to have the memory of the time that she and Tom Brady shared the same.
"pocahontas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Be a king maker in heroes and he's going to be behind the scenes and he's still working a brokered convention and all of that that was with Warren is this is assessing her options she she's analytics campaign she lost Massachusetts her current home state M. Pocahontas Warren lost in her home state where she was born in Oklahoma over the moon so we're left with the fresh new faces of Democrat party obviously it's absolutely true that love is blind I just for the people who are and what's weird is burst Bernie Sanders got the young Democrat vote or the younger Biden got the older there's a conventional wisdom to how primaries work it's usually the older people who think long and hard and really work do the homework they look at that big jumbo ballot and is that we'll look at our work through every little thing here right younger voters we're supposed to show up like crazy all over California with this last minute registration and all that and the younger Bernie voters well I showed up some but not enough to make it huge so the dust settles and out of all the delegates up for grabs so far in the in the bag Biden has seventy one more than then Bernie Sanders and the turnout rate in San Diego county was not the act of saying the same K. assigned news last night by the way welcome to the mark Larson join your host as mentioned in the in the intro here I one hundred seven sixty KFMB eight hundred seven sixty five three six two but I mention this last night we kept hearing for the registrar of voters bless his heart that he was going to be fifty five to sixty percent voter turnout which would be a lot but not unheard of in a presidential primary here it was like twenty eight percent that's pathetic the interesting story is going to be find out when someone starts writing books about what went on behind the scenes of the national Democrats so that over the last well over a period of forty eight hours for the last seventy two hours Joe Biden went from dead politically to via the open coming fina op I know Tim Graham joins us we'll get into all these issues yeah there's there's bright spots were where the voters in California wised up no prop thirteen said now on the the the latest version of prop thirteen and in San Diego measure C. was well didn't didn't make the two thirds so people are either they didn't show up enough or people are thinking wait a minute there's too many questions on where the money goes so that's kind of refreshing in these times of all is lost politically in California Tim Graham joins us at newsbusters dot org in the nation's capital he's reading all of the tea leaves in this and apparently Hillary's Sir are they pushing her again if she does she come out of the dust N. B. suddenly become yes love is blind well she has a she has a documentary on the Hulu streaming service so she's you know she's gotten one of these sob sister interviews on ABC news this was just twice the rest of the head this site yesterday good morning America and then as you have posted their surgery seconded for the editor of newsbusters dot org there is the extended interview on ABC's streaming channel ABC live here's a little bit of that because Hillary I think she's she's not opting out of anything let's listen handle losing out right then to really one but still lost it that was really tough it was not only winning by three million votes and and mostly to having all the weird things happen at the end said interfered with my votes by the way a little weird things that happened with her about face planting in the van and in New York but anyways I lost it I mean if I'd lost to a normal Republican somebody who I might disagree with on health care he was kept out of the deep state of deep state climate thank you I didn't think was out to destroy our government and self aggrandize himself his family his businesses really corrupt way says one of the two principals in the Clinton foundation that fleeced everybody money I mean the country any of this stuff is speaking of of money Tim Graham one of the network's gonna do with Mike will get it done I'm done what now seven a million Bucks get by their office yet it's amazing that you know major Garrett on CBS tried to come out with this new theory that well the ads of softened trump up in a rich Noyes just with being a wise guy in Twitter and said trump's approval rating was forty four percent when Bloomberg got in after all these advertisements trump's approval ratings at forty five so well spent money Mr Bloomberg what is and what it called my friend Meg Whitman who spent a lot of money to run for governor of California two thousand and that didn't work because at the end of life as things have changed at the end it was like we found a housekeeper and you weren't declaring and paying taxes and all that turned out a lot of that was blown out of proportion and then the housekeeper was treated well but none the less beca se Bloomberg a lot of money and I recognize seven hundred plus million dollars which is what the total will be is like lunch money for him but still and then Tom's tire so Tom's tire kept all of his ads running when he the what when he was out of this and if they all stations music at the money up front and all that but apparently style made a call to local media here or his his campaign did saying keep the ads running they're paid for anyway and it'll be funny because he and Bloomberg both love the kingmaker role I think some of that the all this money being spent between the two is is tire trying to be more like Bloomberg so Hey on behalf of all media outlets thank you for your investment receive that no no well this is the funny thing is when you run for president as a Liberal Democrat and spend you know more than half a billion dollars when you fail then one of the liberals do you think of all the people who could be served in the house didn't close with the money you gave to TV stations yeah well sounds tire at least we talked about on Monday had spent I thinks that it was about three thousand three hundred thirty eight hundred dollars per vote that didn't include yesterday again if you turn that around like you're saying like the Democrats and Republicans what child was closed who was fed who could have been fair that per yeah yeah but well that kind of shaming it's it's you know we we should all be doing that about every dollar we spend them and then at some point it gets a little silly but I mean I'm just saying it is one of those things the where there's going to be a boomerang when a liberal billionaire loses the but I think you we you could really look at all of this and say it wasn't just the ads it was because of the fact that he had all this money that he got a lot of positive news coverage as a serious contender well in this is kind of a goofy game you play because he said well I'm not going to contest in the first four well yes there your that way when the when you get to the fourth one and in L. half the field is already dropped out yes I think you should do better than he actually did and then of course is video of him sticking his hand in the buffet food and then licking his fingers and putting it back in didn't help yesterday but that was like all this is all corona virus spreads translators for and Sean former press secretary and dancer tweeted this is mornings to kind of a fake MSNBC fake news meme this is projected winner Michael Bloomberg but the top of the of the meme says lost city of Atlantis the projected winner Michael Annenberg transaction lost city of Atlantis here's a here's how it planted M. S. N. B. C. is spending this you gotta love that Hey how long's it been since Bloomberg dropped out last hour and a half two hours of my he's endorsing Biden of course here Stephanie Ruhle MSNBC talking about Mike will get it done that from his campaign's perspective they think they are still on track his slogan might can get it done they think they're still going to his number one goal from the beginning has been to get Donald trump out of office mayor Bloomberg thinks that trump is a threat to our democracy one of the ways this could be one that simply hopeful for Joe Biden is Mike's digital platform his digital campaigns this can super charge Joe Biden from his perspective it is number one goal was to defeat Donald Trump look where he spent that money watch those ads you know he didn't majority those ads good afternoon Joe not that much but the burning us must keep brutally went after Donald J. trump day in and day out so don't expect that machine to go away in his mind he exposed Donald trump's vulnerabilities he's getting what he wants in a centrist voice trying to push Donald Trump dizziness also who's getting more concerned Donald trump's campaign well really is trump's campaign concern I mean Rick Biden if anything you got to see some people putting on conspiracy had saying well this is the rise of the deep state again or semi deep swamp I mean here's the a status quo this talk even came up there last couple of days about how the return to normalcy you know you could translate that that Biden wants to go back to where you didn't know about all these inter weaving in the sametime there's there's movement to get more questions answered about hunter Biden and some other shenanigans of may or may not have gone on but maybe a year and that this is not this is not like Happy Days are here again back in the FDR years where people say okay now we have Biden it's gonna be great that prosperity for all of as long as one well the biggest lie in that sound bite was the notion that Bloomberg's ads were relentlessly anti trump we here in the DC media market as he prepared to win Virginia constantly the dominant theme unity is that was Mike Bloomberg save New York City Mike Bloomberg best of business with this block Mike Bloomberg was great yeah we've got we have the same one hello for every five seconds and the problem is he ran those in in the debates and this is the problem was that the candidate did not match that guy in the ads but did they change them to their credit they got it running over last few days coronaviruses got our bodies minds and all of a sudden it's you know he he healed the sick and leprosy went away and it was on what's this well now the other thing's been a fun but I'm going to miss him Chris Matthews on planet MSNBC showing himself will be there's a footprint on his **** to getting out of the M. S. N. B. C. studio the other night just kind of like I'm out of here and then the next segment he was but there's so many Chris Matthews moments and I know you've put many of those up for our enjoyment I.
Ad Meter 2020: Bloomberg and Trump campaign ad
"As the chief some forty Niners vie for the Vince Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl fifty for both teams tied at ten at the half to billionaires running for president solve their campaign shell helps some big Bucks for campaign ads airing during the game president trump's campaign paying eleven million dollars for two thirty second ads touting his record former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg paying the same amount for one sixty second spot as is customary the incumbent does a break he came interview on the network televising the game in this case box Sean Hannity asking the questions president trump bringing up Pocahontas his nickname for Elizabeth Warren this woman can't tell the truth Michael Bloomberg very little I just think of little you know now he wants a box for the debates to stand on okay okay there's nothing wrong you can be sure why should they get a box to stand on okay Bloomberg calling that a line in the present and a pathological liar he is not competing in Ohio's I always carcasses tomorrow or in next week's New Hampshire primary waiting until March third super Tuesday one fourteen states including California hold their primaries California moving it's a contest up
Elizabeth Warren confronted by angry dad over student loan forgiveness plan
"Senator Elizabeth Warren was spending time in Iowa were recently in Grimes Iowa I've been to crimes I say we're all familiar with but you actually are I'm sorry you can hit a golf ball cost crimes so she's in nine of the handshake line think I think the console free market actually do right uhhuh and a guy is always a guy comes up and confronts her yeah and we want to play you the the confrontation because I think that this guy represents so many people listening right now I know represents me the audio is really distorted and it's kind of hard to make out it's because some so whoever was recording it wasn't standing there were they were talking in there's a pop up in the room so when I go play for you because not to be able to make out what they're saying anyway so I in today's episode we're going to have Bruce Saint James play the role love angry dad and hi Pamela Hughes will play the role of Pocahontas I'm sorry off site off site all right so you see real lines are yes I see rifles okay you you pick up okay is there the selfie line I agree college dad steps up to senator Warren Allen says this Gober's my daughter is in school I saved all my money just to pay student loans can I have my money back of course not so you're going to pay for people who didn't save any money and those of us to do the right thing get screwed my body had fun bought a car went on vacation I saved by money he made more money than I did I worked a double shift working to get extra money yeah you're laughing at me no I'm not I am but I do appreciate your time that was the exchange that's how it went down how did I do and seeing that we're gonna get you know it but the joker but how many P. pull how many people can can put themselves in that situation whether they've paid for their daughter's college tuition or are saving for right now like my husband I are or pay for it themselves like I did and my husband did we took out loans knowing what that meant and that we had to pay them back and so we did and that was one of the happiest days of my life when I was able to send in that final payment on my my college tuition his college tuition ridiculous now yeah absolutely it is but the V. the way to fix that is not by going three college for all because that's in essence what senator Elizabeth Warren wants to do her student debt plan would cap debt relief I fifty grand and it applies only to families making less than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year and she thinks that she could do this without even congressional approval this is scaring she wants to do this her first day in office and says you're super scary to me here here's the reality of this that it comes across to some people my guess is again people without large student debt is unfair yeah as well I have large student and this is still on fire because actually paid mine well okay so play along with me here what about mortgages what about car loans what about credit card debt like you why are the decisions you made to take out loans to incur debt for what ever reason somehow god going to be forgiven by the government what other people who didn't go down that path our they just missed out soccer but but on the yeah that's what you kind of feel like I'm gonna buy an RV on the flip side though you know mortgages and well what other did you use car loans and credit cards this call be wiped out bankruptcy student loans canine but it is super rare that they ever all are because you're gaining knowledge you're not gaining something tangible as in like something that they can we can we know we can't resell them in your so I think that there's a bit of a different argument there but one of the reasons why or several of the reasons why I'm against free college for all I'm a firm believer in having skin in the game if you earn something if you work for something you are more likely to to work hard at it if you're just given it they don't feel like you appreciate it as much the other thing I don't I don't know you I think there's something to be said for that he the people who took a summer job the people would save their money to go to college I I feel like they're a hell of a lot more invested in the outcome what do you think about it this way you turn sixteen and you've been saving money baby sitting or taking tickets at the movie theater or whatever it may be and I you're a you you managed by hoop Dee right and and you're so proud of this ride because you worked so hard to get it verses the kid down the street that mom and dad just gave them a car now I think you both have different pride and there are and that's kind of how I see this but when you're talking about like free college for all we're gonna have a student loan defaults are going to increase you're going to have completion rates decrease because this I don't you out you have a I was at a issue if the class gets really hard or if you haven't done the work groups what what do you do what you can withdraw at a certain point but when you go to take that test again have to pay for it right so what's the big right so now let's kind of go free college for all who cares take it again thank you again times take it again and then like let's not also forget how how are a lot of colleges paid for like where to get a lot of their funding from a issue you have a and a U. federal federal got a guaranteed loans from the federal government they also get a lot of it from the state yeah and Arizona has cut those funds routinely but that comes from our property taxes right so you are going to have your property taxes go up in order to help pay especially since the student loans are going to default because there might be some people going to college it really shouldn't be there I'm I'm but I'm really for some of you screaming on the radio and I enjoy that part but I I do want to acknowledge something there are people out there with horrendous amounts of student loan debt yeah okay arm and part of it is driven by part of it is driven by the fact that colleges and universities have jacked the price of an education after the root for and the reason they've done that is this becomes a chicken and egg argument because they know you'll pay it yeah and when they know you'll pay up they raise the price and when they raise the price you pay it I've always said the only thing that's going to change it is when people stop attending because AS you and you have a will lower the price when there's three people sitting in the classroom and until that point if you're willing to pay anything then yeah guess what the cost is how much you got yeah I just think that what you're also doing is setting a very dangerous precedent people are seeing this right now this conversation about free college tuition for both but I think there was there at that non not like you know what I'll take out the loans because you know what four five six years from now the government's going to forget
"pocahontas" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
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"pocahontas" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"It was interesting that she she said that She said you know that. The Myth of Pocahontas falling level Johnson white white people feel good. You feel good about the the history and they weren't doing anything raw not so that's Indians appreciated it now so again. It's a What we do to tell out but ourselves that it's okay? We look what we did. Yeah this time just because Azuma whatever. Yeah she wanted to breach the gap and she was like yes. Yeah we did that with her. That documentary by the way On the Smithsonian Channel is called Pocahontas beyond the myth came out in twenty seventeen. And I want to see I do too. Yes we should have a a deep another day all these date nights every edge in a couple of those Jin. Aren't we You schedule it. I'M GONNA go buy your schedule. The that's going back to the myth the Disney movie. We have to bring Yup Yup. Oh Disney movie. I love some of the some of the songs I think. I don't know they kinda do it as like a west side story type thing and and they go by the the old myth that she met John Rolfe sorry John Smith and she must have bought every white guys named John Right. It must be their tribe name a yet that they fell in love and you know but they were they had to par collateral Blah where they of course had her older so would have been right the old way. Yeah but as Pocahantas Indus said you think the only people who are people are the people who look and think like you did she say that or is that a quote from Disney she. She sang it in Disney. She sang it. I know they did a sequel. I read animated. Who in the in one of these in one of those ones We'll put all that. Yeah upper thanks episode that When it was re released it actually we did some good because there was more talking communication about it and so that people could get more of our history so When Disney released Helga Hanta? Yeah Yeah but the children who watch it. They're not gonNA be aware of that Mojo they're gonNA take the movie in unless they unless like the movie itself pauses in a historian puffs up by the way. Hey kin no. I'm just saying like in the native American communities that it was a chance for you know even that you know people that are bored with this. This whitewashed version of Hana rain to get real facts to get real information about the The historically were talking about when she first started. Did you Z. where She started talking to native Americans and ask him about poke on us and they all kind of just be like tight. Yeah tired of this because Nobody's getting really the story straight and yeah so that was interesting. We are Yoy Yoy Yoy equated where where are we. She's converted her. Name's Rebecca okay. How does converted Brecca had another kid lived in Virginia with Ralph a time? He's getting rich with his tobacco tobacco. And sorry for the creeks. The we're going back up. Just a teeny tiny bit. The Virginia Company of London funded the settlement of Jamestown and they thought that ah they wanted to use pocahontas to their advantage. Did you see this. Oh where he took her for propaganda. Yes Bay To encourage interest young the company any and so the Roth family doing land in sixteen sixteen paid for by the Virginia Company of London. Yes So so they went all those basic propaganda tour. Just all through England and she's kind paraded how she was known as Lady Rebecca Ralph. Oh she was also accompanied by on the trip over the about a dozen POW an men and women as well at one source said they were our undercover Some I don't know something I don't know I didn't write it down. So Yup toured the country at one. One point she sat near James The first and Queen Anne at a mask and the Ross moved to Brentford in the country. And that's where Poop poop easy for you to say for Amang I'm for Pocahontas encounters John Smith back from the day. He's not dead. New Ari spoiler alert. Did you read this part when you I think mostly mostly done with my step but I did read that. That's what I started reading a ton and writing Saturn. Yeah I met yet because it's hard to especially with this one you reading. You've got a bunch of sources up and I kind of said okay. Let me read them and get Yup figure out what's going on with all of them figure out which one I should concentrate more on so I did spend so she. Okay so what I remember reading now. Correct me correctly because I know I'm wrong Is that things were bid icy and she wanted to refer to him as father because he referred to Poyton is his father because that's how it was kind of like then he got pissed and didn't didn't like it kind of something like that. Now what ish. Yes yeah and same with mine it he. He wrote later that she was so overcome with emotion. She could not speak turned away and then when she regained her composure she reprimanded commanded him for how he treated her father and her people will. Because didn't they kept trying to brainwash her and tell her father didn't lover. Oh and I need. It was not because they had such a strong bond and always dead between her and her father And they kept trying to saying you. Data's love you. That's up by not coming coming. Your debt as an Lovey lovey anymore and then broke down. That's what I thought. Oh yeah now I now by okay interesting. At any rate she she reminded him he was welcomed as a son and that he called power. Thanh father and Pocahontas wanted to call this. I didn't understand why she wanted to call him father so she wanted to call Smith father and he was not down with that. He refused and on. She reminded him that he'd threatened all her people accept her So that's that's that I think that's that's all we have firm Smith. We can shoot him on his way she on his way out so long farewell. I think so now. We're up to march sixteen seventeen. She there due to return the families due to return to Virginia and as they're traveling down the Thames Pocahontas is very ill and taken ashore and I saw where she ate she ate. We're back with captain what's his name. ARGH Argh all the guy who can enter so he was the captain. I guess and they ate didn't they. They all had dinner and then she took violently violently ill and had spasms or something convulsions. I don't know if that's true. All I know is she was ill. She got taken ashore and she. He died of unspent unspecified illness in graves. And some people say it's possibly a respiratory ailment like pneumonia or something and others suspect. Maybe it was poisoned Terry. No I didn't have you. Ridden multiple different places the event or yeah or dysentery or poisoned or TV or regular wizened. Yeah I home. I don't know somebody poisoned. I'M GONNA look it up and put it on the block I'm GonNa go with. She caught something because he's not used to all the English diseases and germs. And that's that's when I'm thinking anyway. At the age of twenty one she was buried. Poor girl they say at Saint. George Saint George's Chapel and men later. I saw that the church where she was buried. It didn't this source didn't specify which Church was destroyed in a fire southern not sure So on and But she was buried on the twenty first of March sixteen seventeen and John rolfe related Thomas S. with family with his relatives and then within a year power Thanh died and peace started unraveling. I know he died of a broken heart. Probably cause a mean mean peop- although media didn't honor them you there. Do you think he believed when he found out. Probably 'cause Thomas was left there too. I don't know but Ralph remarried. I'm sure he did. How soon after ad in look I had? I wanted to know more about more about Thomas. And he sounds like what about him so he was. He stayed with autocell. Most of his life never saw his father again at the age of twenty one when he came into his. What is it Manhood over. Yeah when like legally.
"pocahontas" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers
"When the men brought back meet they would Prepare the me at process the me and Tan the hides and so it sounds like they were bunch of Lazy People Women these days I am not saying that men are lazy Yeah I don't either. I didn't I skipped it or or did they didn't have what the mended yet. NC either of him. Because I think that was just specific to her or at Raiatea to women ripe because she is a woman year said the English settled Jamestown Jamestown in May of sixteen seven and she was about ten or eleven She she was probably born fifteen ninety six or some some sources say fifteen ninety five yes so give or take and then I John Smith was a leader of you know some of the colonials and he was kidnapped a few months after he arrived. Did you see that yet by her brother. I think so. I didn't get into the details of the kidnapping So at that so he was kept with the power lines and power lines and he and Pocahontas would would teach each other a bit of their language and in his journal or diary. Or whatever you can see he's written tell Pocahontas to bring me three baskets or pocahontas has many white beads. So and that says she would give it in the Albanian language and he would do English Shinzo and he would write down hers and said they were a sudden malaria. Friendship and learning with each other Kushtia sounded like she was you know still Xiaorong long brave and in wanting to know things and ask curious curious. Yeah I think they all were. There wasn't much conflict at that time right really there I mean I'm sure a little unsure. Fear like Oman but on the Palatine site at least it was it was more. Let's get to know on. The Pocahontas was a big part of that for sure especially Later on me see Oh. Hey so this is We all we've all heard the story. Yeah poke on a saving John. Smith's life wait. Hold on I wanNA call her pocahontas anymore. No no hold on I guess we could. It's a nickname but hold on. Here's another one. Latorre my Towa Towa. l'etoile Ika METALLICA. That's what she went by Pocahontas. Matusik METALLICA Silica. How did she get the nickname pocahontas? No she was a playful child. Metallica so you know that whole thing she she saved his life because her father was gonna like He had giant. He laid his head on a big stone and he had another stone and to John Smith. It seemed as though. Oh God. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA kill me and she came and saved them. I saw chances are she wasn't there because she was a child. An I would not have been at a religious ceremony and it probably was a they. Were not trying to kill him. Abe was some sort of ceremony possibly an adoption ceremony. Adopting acting him as a son of the tribe but to him You know he didn't know that so I can understand why he would say they tried to kill me and she saved me and I don't know put where that comes down if she wasn't there but yeah so. Those are theories that that he misunderstood the ceremony name and then afterwards powered Hausen told him he was part of the tribe in return for two great guns and a grindstone. Tom and then he would be given always names. CAPELA CAPELA Zik COMPA. How's it on the Ark River and he would be forever esteemed as Poyton son? Not a quote untucked war cooled. Let's just pretend I'm saying all of it correctly. And then Smith returned to Jamestown and poet on the Patton Baton. The chiefs sent food envoys a lot and they would often be accompanied by Pocahontas. 'cause they were they didn't have a lot of Food Yeah and so they sent a piece at they are peaceful. Yeah yet now. He's an helping their son young. Yes so Poyton not not Poyton Sorry Book Hanis would often be there and she'd be learning more and probably teaching a little bit more and kind of helping that the relationship goals long cut in anytime you arriving. Why I'm asking this? I took member remember. We were talking not on the podcast. I don't think that we were talking about tests that you took as as a kid what you're good at and so I found one actually called spark type. I think they must have heard me because it was an instagram ad. But it's S. T. A. R.. KT TYP and weird. It is but it's it's one of those kinds of things so it's like okay. Well we've been talking talking about this and I kinda WANNA so. I took a took like ten minutes or something like that. And they're they've got I think. Six or eight ten Sakes Dade ten so have different types and they give you your your your major type and then the shadow type that you are which sometimes seems as though that's your main one but it's almost always working to help to actually help your main ones so it's just so mine was my main one was the performer of course and which is obvious? I mean not courageous. Performer doesn't necessarily mean. You know acting Blah Blah Blah. Let's just I. I don't remember what everything was but my shadow type doc was the Maven and it's people who love to learn just to learn to research and and I was like. Yeah it'll be number ten. No actually I do I do learn. I just don't have the capacity right now. I think my brain is full and yeah to wait a couple of years. Let me see miserable for you. Let us not yes. No I love it so much job but I also I have a great fear Love and again. I don't know it's because it's just happens to be at a time in my life where I have so much going on that. There's not a lot of capacity to learn new stuff membranes. Like just in order to do these things well. I don't need to know this. Remember this I don't know if it's that or if it's early Al it's not. It could be early. AL stunningly early. Well you heard it here first Alzheimer's Alzheimer's is what I'm talking about. Yes early onset early onset. I know it'd be super super early but I do have this year sometime because I have. I don't remember People's names names. I don't remember. Yeah there's all these things that you can do to learn new. Those grew loco screwed. The growth mobile can remember. But I think I need need to see Britain as well and I find it so much easier like people have named. Is there some wish people would wear name tags all the time yet but then it gets creepy creepy sometimes league my name is about. I'm the same way with names ignoring times. Me Like like we talk about something and then it'll be like oh that's right. You will take me a minute to. We'll both we listen to our guests. You can hear us spoke like bringing words. What is that thing? So it's not just you. It would be interesting. I like to learn new things. We were talking about all the books earlier of all those read. My just looked at the things of that like the titles of them mm-hmm and you like. What was that one about a really and I can remember like Oh yeah but not specific details? Yeah or all of IT I. I don't know this. This is just a theory but I think at my also be because you don't take a whole lot of time out just for you. Is He do you so I unite. She knows I am all about bon-bons in the bath Krista and you know it ah on bonds in the back in the bath and live in the name of it and write it down. bon-bons in the bath. Yes I think that might be. I think 'cause you're constantly go. I have to do this for this person. I have to do this because if it doesn't and that if if I don't do it won't get done and Blah Blah Blah Blah which might be true but sometimes we have to just kind of be like I can't do that right now and if if it doesn't get done yeah then somebody will maybe do it or it just doesn't get done and I know so I don't mention that I have kids because I want their life to be their own But I do you might face. I was shocked when she is. I evidently wants to come. She was says say stuff about them all the time. And I'm like no and then sometimes I'll be like the kids. Ooh Ooh and then here then we'll just cut that Merah cartoons these days but you sent me an article And it was just that cute little thing about this mom had wrote about yeah. It's not only her life and this is so true so it's the and whether or not I don't do stuff like I make his do their own stuff But that doesn't mean that. I'm not their schedules. Their stuff is in my brain and after that the birthday parties in the social stuff and the favorite color and the foods and the this too and also with my husband. It's I have to think of all fit like he'll let it who send me. Don't let me forget this And so not only do I have my stuff and work and the kids and the cats. Yes an one twenty who wakes me up four times every night and the doctor part of me thinks that and part of me just thinks that at this time in my life.
Brad Cox Interview
"British idiom is you heard the call ridden by hobby or Castellano trained by Brad Cox who has been so good for so many years he is now trained one thousand two hundred eight winners in his career and that total includes those three victories that he had yesterday to Keelan one at Belmont Park but none none more special than that grade one Darlie Abe's win and Brad is with me now here on H. R. R. N. Brad Good Morning Congratulations. Thank you good good morning. How you guys doing things are good my friend. Dr You still kind of on a high after that big win. Absolutely they had several breezes this morning at your show just kind of wrapping things up yeah. That's that's a win. You definitely you know saver for a while. They're foreign feud between the great ones yeah. What's that light for a trainer when you show up to work. The next day is kind of like a victory lap around the race track where everybody's coming up and shaking your hand and congratulating you you know it's it's it's good. I mean you know it's it makes it easier to get up in the morning. I can tell you that when you you know just having good horses to look at watch them work watching breeze. He's checking the next day. F You know post race stuff like that so you know it's good horses which is get up every day and do this force. The you know have horses than move forward young horses Oaks Derby British Cup type horses what you're looking for so it definitely makes getting up a little easier. I promise you that yeah and you've been around so many good ones but certainly British. Idiom is looking being the part at this point in her career and let's remind people. This was only her second career start. She's now a perfect two for two after breaking her maiden at Saratoga back in the middle of August. It look back on that race from yesterday she she won very impressively very easily. Share your thoughts on the performance. I I mean it it. was you know to think he was going to go over and perform like that no way. I mean you know she. She just she just blew just spectacular performance and you know watching watching the race I mean broke with higher did a great job of keeping up in the race not necessarily on the League exactly what you like to see setting off a couple of horses a relatively you you know reasonable pace the backside. I think he was laying fourth and I looked at my sister and I said she's in a perfect spot. I mean she's got no excuse from here and then when she brings it up to the leaders eaters to three eighths. Kinda started looking at some of the horses behind us like I think she's got these in front of her when she's come up to fairly I think you can go buy these and then obviously I was kinda looking for perfect perfect alibi and szucs Philly and I saw so perfect alibi was kind of interesting you know if she responds when heavier ask this things over and she did and you know the only thing I told you can't tell the guy I don't give them any instructions at all jocks but the only thing I told him I said it's a short wire so don't don't you know short stretch. Yeah I wire so just when you turn for home ever position and he did just that she responded well. It was very very impressive race. Did you know this philly could be this good in this caliber when you first laid eyes on her no really well not when I first laid eyes on that yeah you have to go through several steps. You know obviously months and months of preparation to really get a line on we had this. Philly keeneland England then we moved into this summer and she was really stepping for stepping up and you know acting like she was a good horse we breeze brought her to Churchill with the intent of running her at Saratoga and Yep. We just left our church. I I can't remember exactly how it was about just her last work before she ran at Saratoga. was from the gate at Churchill she'll and thought you know this phillies going to be awfully tough at Saratoga auction race. We'd like to a lot so and you know come to find find out. It was like that morning. There was a buzz I was actually at Churchill today. She broke her maiden Air Togo but there was a little buzz kept hearing like you know they're stranded like horses turning like Susan. I like four or five of them in there and you know she. I think lots of times like you know I thought she would have been down a little more and she wasn't. I just think it was a you know a lot of people like horses in the race and the silly it was second obviously came back and broke her maiden. Belmont which was a positive You know just a couple of weeks ago so I uh I think it was even though it was restricted maiden race it was decent strong maiden races well so she received a big figure out of it to that. That was the one thing that Japan Academy Rag Number. You know a couple of days later and I thought you know she moves forward off that you know she's a she's a serious horse. She obviously did it. Just took us a while to get her back to the races we point for the Pocahontas and she the week before she breezed in the breeze was just okay and We've put a blood on her blood worker blitz count. Where's off a little bit so we just decided to skip the Pocahontas in point for talking with trainer Brag Cox Looking back on yesterday's big win in the grade. One DARLIE also vitek was British idiom. She is now punched her ticket to the Breeder's cup juvenile fillies which will be held at Santa Anita in Arcadia California about well one month from today. Hey we'll be breeders cup Saturday Brad. What do you do now over the next four weeks to make sure that she stays in peak form and she's ready to fire her best shot in the Breeders Cup. Well just you know as of right. Now you know I believe we have a plane scheduled to go out on Tuesday before so that's the twenty ninth we'll just go out then with whatever we have that's earn whatever earn their way to the Breeders Cup and you know just who works. I think you know nothing fancy. I mean you know she got a lot out of yesterday's yesterday's race being the second career start and you know just hoping she comes out of in good shape so far so good she scoped great. Last night looked good last night. Put her to bed and she looked at this morning. So you know Oh everything's positive with her will to this point and you know like I said we'll bring her back to Churchill worker twice and then off to California to before as long as everything goes well when you get an opportunity unity to maybe add a couple more grade wants to your resume later today you have Juliette Fox Trot going in the grade one first lady here at Keeneland and then you'll send out in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic at Belmont Park. You'll send out arc low in there so let's start with Juliet Fox Trot. Tell me a little bit about her really Nice Philly. I mean it took a really tough being California. Last time we got was beaten by. I think the two thousand eighteen races and the silica so I mean I think right if the wires the only time she was in front on of us we got back in front of her past the wiring dot great really nice really think the world ever very very classy filly to deal with in just just real real nice philly that train them and just very straightforward. Does everything alleged WanNa see a horse do of the mornings and obviously the afternoons as well since she's been here in North America America and just amazing philly not real big. I mean she she's. She's a beautiful really beautiful. I- owner beautiful head up but it's not a big big philly typical. I think you know think cut back to a mile. I think is a I think she can do anything between a mile. Maybe even a mile and a quarter anything in there but I always like a horse that you know in a mile in eighth last time cutting back to the mile today. I think a positive that she drew well in the race. looks like on paper. There's speed I'm hoping she can kind of break settle kind of shut off a little bit going into the first turning up the backside and she does that she'll be. She'll be very very competitive today. I think a lot of this feeling. I think she she some you know. Hopefully can you know get some great one placing. Maybe hopefully a great one win and I think you know. I think the plan right now to raise their next year and I really think she's got had a big feature. You know it's interesting you talk about the mile and an eighth cutting back to a mile later on this afternoon and how much you like that move. I've heard other people talk about horses making that can't move to why can that be so successful. I guess it's just a fitness thing I mean I know. We've had the feeling training all year but it's a lot angles and racing that you know you. Can you know I. I sometimes like you know You don't even if a horse runs well on the dirt going to turf. It's almost like you trick them a little bit. You know it's it's and you know I. It just felt like you can have a little more confidence with your shortening horse up as opposed to stretching now now 'cause you know the further you go. I guess the unknown but you know she performed well at a model at Qinglin this spring so we know she can do it. She didn't really shut off and rate that well that day wish you would have you know relax a little more but it was a first start off a long layoff for a long time. I asked her to run a little bit earlier and she was just kind of on the go like I said from off burning fresh off the layoff but she she's moved forward and she responds to what the routers warrant They had three different jobs under this year. You know they've all got along with her. Well so I think for on obviously knows Schroeder twice before been able to get her. They're both times so hopefully like I said if she can get take a trip and relax a little bit early. She'll be tough yeah. You've had her for four starts now. In North America her first one as you alluded to is keen last April after she campaign in in her native Great Britain when you get a horse like that Brad that comes in from overseas.
Donald Trump, Elizabeth Warren And Joe Biden discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"From the u._s. I warren says i'm viewing person can be trump yeah. This is really interesting because <hes> donald trump of obviously he's. He's grabbing the headlines. He's the u._s. President but also he's making a lot of noise not necessarily for the right reasons but we shouldn't forget that whilst he's been grabbing the headlines the the democrats have been trying to choose news the candidates who all go all the candidate who is going to run against him in twenty twenty and it was a very crowded field and it was hard to pick count who was likely to stand head and shoulders above the rest now there was a bit of a division because you have people like joe biden who of course was the vice president to <hes> barack iraq obama who is mr trump's predecessor and he was seen as a pretty safe pair of hands etc. You have people not camera. Harris peak book league and elizabeth warren anaylyst both warren came to the fore so to speak because she was dumped pocahontas by donald trump exactly because she said that that she had native american ancestry and he then he he gave her this this soubriquet and <hes> she then he then he then said oh well you know prove it and i'll give give it. I'll give a million dollars to to a charity and she did actually have d._n._a. Tests which proof that she does have native american descent in her and of course surprise surprise donald trump didn't didn't actually cough up the money but the pointing not no he didn't in fats the reason why we know this is because it is worn appeared at form for native american indians on the native american vote is actually quite important because there are something like over three million votes three point seven million voters and <hes> there's a gentleman who is quoted in the article mr ajay siemens of the rosebud sioux tribe and he said that d._n._s. dna has wasn't to prove she was an indian. It was to meet donald trump. Pay that million dollars he put out there and then instead of honoring in his words he just got more derogatory but the point about it is the elizabeth warren is appears to be catching up on joe biden. She seen is very folksy. She seems to have an answer for everything thing. He's seen as a little bit accident prone. She's seventy. He's seventy seven and the worry is is that perhaps if if he does actually beat off the field that is really going to be pulverised by donald trump but certainly it is warren she is. She's she's doing well. She's pretty much neck and neck with joe biden in some of these polls and <hes> she sees having having a very good chance of beating donald trump in two thousand
Elizabeth Warren apologizes for ancestry controversy at Native American forum
"Thanks so much for listening today on the podcast elizabeth warren and her native american ancestry or lack thereof. You may recall that it is been almost a year sins. Elizabeth warren rolled out that slickly produced video where she announced d._n._a. Results hoping to put the whole issue that has dogged her political career since twenty twenty twelve when she ran for the united states senate about her claim to native american ancestry well. You may know by now the d._n._a. Hey tests. She did did anything but put to rest that issue. It's something that president trump has seized on as the the way he wants to frame elizabeth warren he uses a the ethnic slur pocahontas he calls her and he recently as recently as his rally in new hampshire last week once again but moaned the fact that he rolled out that nickname too early and that he he's gonna be able to use it again. If elizabeth warren rises the one as the nominee in the democratic party elizabeth warren who is so comfortable in her skin in like every other realm of the campaign in anything she's asked about talking about this. This is one area that has clearly been an area of discomfort for her. She has in the past apologized to cherokee nation when they put out. A statement in response wants to her d._n._a. Test and yet she's never been able to completely resolve the issue. It comes up some voters will bring it up some democrats who like elizabeth with warren but are worried that may impede her ability to win the election so today elizabeth warren was in sioux city iowa several other presidential contenders were there's well to appear before a native american group and take questions from native american leaders and warren clearly went in wanting to lean into policy as she does more often than not you know on friday she had rolled out a legislative plan and with deb holland one of the two first native american women to serve in congress and who is endorsed elizabeth warren and congresswoman holland was there at the event and sioux city eddie and elizabeth warren clearly wasn't going to wait to see if she got a question about her past with the native american issue. She dealt with it head on in her opening comments. I want you to hear elizabeth warren offer up yet another apology today on this issue and she just dealt with it straight right off the bat when she entered the theater and took the stage in sioux city. Here's elizabeth warren. I wanna i pay my respects of that's an extraordinary introduction and i feel so cared for by the women who walked me out. Thank you very much deb. Thank you for the generous introduction deb has been such a good partner and such a good friend and i stand here and i see so many people i've had a chance to work with on issues like preventing suicide and missing and murdered indigenous women and trying to get full funding for health care and for housing i see young leaders who come come and talk to me about the new businesses they're starting on tribal lands a graduates of our tribal colleges who have innovative ideas the tribal leaders who remind me every day how much are tribes serve their citizens and their neighbors. The message i hear from indian country is one of resilience and hope now before i going further in this. I want to say this like anyone. Who's being honest with themselves. I know that i have made mistakes. I am sorry for harm. I have caused i have listened and i have learned a lot and i am grateful for the many conversations that we've had together rather it is a great honor to be able to partner with indian country and that's what i've tried to do as a senator and that's what i promise i will do as president of the united states of america so once again elizabeth warren offering this time a broader autre apology about getting it wrong you know and owning up to that looking inwardly at herself and owning up to her mistakes on this and once again constantly trying to incorporate into her remarks today her desire to partner with the native american community on on the policies that she's proposed and on her campaign more broadly m._j. Lee our correspondent who covers elizabeth warren my colleague she also mentioned mentioned that elizabeth warren's campaign has just rebooted its website and the quote unquote fact squad section that looks to push back on do things the campaign things are untrue or not properly contextualized and articles about them and as m._j. Had reported what is gone from the fact squad section of the website now. Is that dna video that slickly produced video that they put out nearly a year ago is now gone from the elizabeth warren website. I lived there all along. Obviously you could still see it on youtube or elsewhere. I'm sure but now the only thing that's included in this family. Family section of the facts wad piece of the website is the boston globe article that exonerated her from after an exhaustive awesome investigation from any of her hirings or any job she had was not a result the evidence showed of her claim of native american ancestry so oh that's what the website now please but no video of the dna tests which clearly was botched. If she's still sort of apologizing for how she she handled it. The question is from here forward. If elizabeth warren is the nominee and if donald trump lives up to his promise that he's going to revive the ethnic slur nickname mande make this sort of how he frames elizabeth warren then. There's probably nothing she can do to put it fully abreast. She just needs to sort of mitigate it. As a negative negative today this was the most high profile moment of her presidential campaign thus far in terms of this issue sort of stepping into into a native american forum and dealing with it head on as how she chose to deal with it and she did not get questions on chelsea didn't meet with the press afterwards afterwards immediately so maybe she'll get more questions come from the press but in terms of the native american leadership on the stage this was not an issue that they they were pressing her on and again as you just heard it is one though that she didn't ignore and she probably wanted to avoid those headlines of worn ignores controversy so instead once again has a round of headlines about her offering up an apology about an issue that she no doubt wishes was put to rest and far behind her but i think we can safely say after it's been with her for the last seven years. If indeed elizabeth warren the nominee the idea that this issue is not going to to emerge in the election for her still have to grapple with. I think would be a little fantasy clearly. If she's the nominee she is still going to have to deal with it but she's laying in down a track record of what she can point to of her past apologies on this matter and her attempt to craft policy and partner with the native american american community <hes> she'll continue to point to those things while she no doubt still has to address the fundamental question of why she'd been claiming native american ancestry and and if she believes that there's more for her to offer in terms of apologies or recognition recognition or if she believes she said everything she needs to say on the matter but this was elizabeth warren dealing with one of her achilles heels today on the campaign trail that does it for this edition of the daily d._c. Thank you all so much for listening. Hope you'll tune in again right here tomorrow.
Warren unveils Native American policy proposals
"Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is unveiling a comprehensive new policy proposal on native Americans Tom Roberts fills is in the proposal does not mention the Massachusetts senator's prior claims about having native American ancestry president trump regularly refers to warn as Pocahontas the policy proposal calls for criminal justice reform on tribal lands it also urges the justice department to investigate and prosecute an epidemic of sexual assault and murder committed against native
Disney, Nala Donald Glover And James Earl Jones discussed on Bald Movies
"Latest live action cash grab the Lion King directed by Jon Favreau and you know I never would have guessed that the man who breathed life into a multi billion dollar franchise but taking a third tier marvel property like iron man and taking passion for source material I I never thought that he you would brought that same passion to the Lion King and you know what I was right because in my opinion this is like the most of all the pointless Disney remakes this is the most pointless and the one that comes off the shabby shabby as compared to its source material Jim. What did you think and maybe talk about your personal relationship with the Lion King of any so I think the Jon Favreau had quite the passion for the source material because he just recycled it and not in like the way where you I don't know take something you have? It's old fashioned into something new. That's useful in a different way. This was the lion king like this is the most Lion King Lion King movie <hes> outside outside of the Lion King I mean the thing is is is the lion king. Only all of the animals were injected. The Boat Docks Yeah Animation <hes> that's. That's the only thing that was different about this movie in any way right. There's one hint of new song none of the plot points or any different than the lion king you remember from ninety four. It's all the same it's just a it's just a cross aboard worse version yeah and completely like you said unnecessary. I think this is like the thing I liked about. Aladdin is Kinda took it a direction and modernized it updated five the problem. The parts were little creaky and little stale where we've moved on as a society they've kind of you know propped it up and they didn't try to like out Robin Williams Robin Williams on the genie whereas this it's like. I don't understand how the animation tests came back for. These animals father wasn't like okay we gotta ditched his documentary approach and have these lions smile. Give him some fucking eyebrows house allow on the show some gene grief and rage because we know I've seen the lion king many many many many times and there's a couple of scenes where you're you're geared up to anticipate and it's exactly. The same lines exactly the same framing except for Simba's faces a grim frozen mask that is capable of showing anything other than way honestly my house cats more expressive. I that's the thing that really really surprised me and I saw a listen problems with that in like some of the trailers I saw but like I don't know I mean it's this isn't a bad film in fact honestly the first five minutes. I actually started thinking well. Maybe I'm wrong because it gave me the exact same goosebumps that intro of the Classic Lion King Circle Life Yeah <hes> but even then it's like there's a couple of parts or like you know like there's a couple of things that you you know you can do in animation like when you blink and step forward and sun you can have a baby draft. Blankets is in this. I mean if they did that with his baby. Draft who the fuck knows because baby drafts don't blink in the sun it turns out it's almost it felt like one of those Old Walt Disney movies like <hes> <hes> what is the journey home or whatever where the actually take a real poppy in a real cat kitten and or they have like little bound very tightly homered ban yeah they make a movie around around like their natural expressions and stuff <hes> but there's just I don't know I mean I didn't really pay any attention to the casting like I didn't know anybody <hes> and there's <hes> great great cat like you know the Simba Nala Donald Glover beyond say knowles stats a fucking dynamite combination like John Oliver as the Domo's as zoo is pretty inspired casting the return of James Earl Jones James Jones. You can't do better than that. I thought that <hes> Billy Eichner as to Moan was really good eye Eric Andre I know seth th- Rogan is Okay Yeah Eric Andrea one of the hyenas I I mean I said it's just I mean we can talk about it the scene by scene point by point and the trailer earn the spoiler section like do I want to on this one because if you've seen the Lion King you've seen the entirety of this movie. It's just like they changed a damn thing. No they range all all the life yeah. Apparently the animators didn't get to note that the scene. Can you feel the love tonight actually takes place at night not at noon just many many references to it being evening and being nights and then it. Blend smoothly into another night scenes really pivotal and what the fuck what the fuck why are they why are they having animated these lions in broad daylight. I don't know because you can. They're more expressive in the day. I don't ever more expressive in the day. That's the only thing I think of is the other thing is speaking of that. I defy you to tell any of those lionesses apart <hes> yeah lights off in the cartoon version. There are subtle variations in color facial expression oppression. I mean they're all kind of unique individuals. At least you know the Nairobi and Nala and the ones actually have speaking roles this like they literally all look the same and when Simba's fighting scarred there's many time I lost track of WHO Simba who was scar and they found it hilarious that these battles are so bloodless. I don't know how you get a name like scar. If nothing can cut your skin I know 'cause like it'd be like it's cannon that Mu Fossa awesome fucked him up the part of his ear off and really hideously scarred him so but yeah you can't do that when <hes> although to realistic you can't do I was kind of put off by the mature subject matter. They're they're. They're saying the F. A. R._T.. Word heard they are in case. Let that slide through yeah yeah really risk and is this P._G.. I don't know it probably is it wouldn't be stupid like whatever the whatever the original was here. It's the same because it is is the same so so. Maybe I'm a little harness movie but I actually this was the very first Walt Disney animated movie I ever saw because I my mom was a religious nut job the type of religion I mean there's lots of different ways to be a religious just not job as a parent but <hes> her particular nutjob Orie was magic anything magic and I'll add in allow <hes> sleeping beauty no little rain when the fucking sea he which get Outta here those legs are mad. I remember the look my sister and I gave each other when Rafiki started doing medicine Monkey Shit and we're like Oh God and my mom's is started twitching like us a spiritism. Does a spiritism like she's please do not storm out of that we we. We begged her to take her come on the line game. There's no magic there's no warlock in this fucking monkey starts. Doing you know the the magic adjacent shit he starts doing like some kind of weird monkey and melon based divination a nation he starts doing martial arts karate at the end which is the other kind of spiritism adjacent but it was near and dear to my heart because I that's the very first and I remember just like just like being just completely amazed at the opening act. And really moved when Fossa dies and like also we had that movie I was the only Disney animated movie for a long long time that we had on V._H._S. and my brother and sister and I kind of wore it out over the course of a summer so I'd fucking love this the Super N._S.. Lion King Okay. I don't think I ever made it past the third level because it's freakishly hard but there's a lot I have a lot of affection for this source material and Dan I just to me they should have cleaned it up that those prints as shiny as they could make him they should've completely redone to sound and just re released it because this is just you know Lion King's Tinton movie. This is like six attitude execution of that movie. This is a high school musical version of the Broadway version of the Lion King. I could see that yeah. I didn't find it offensive. I found that it was in in maybe everything except for the expressive -ness of the characters was just as effective as the original was but yeah it was entirely unnecessary. This is a fairly obvious cash crap. I didn't didn't feel that way coming out of Aladdin. I know a lot of people didn't feel that way coming out of beauty and the beast and you know the the Dumbo did People Watch Dumbo. Nobody watched dumbo right everywhere. I heard it was pretty fucking shitty. Yeah I didn't see it. I didn't either her because I heard it was pretty shitty and guess what you've got Milan coming down the pike. I don't I've never seen Milan. I mean it's a fine. It's it's it's probably one of the lesser of the new golden age of Disney like it's kind of their into Pocahontas level level where it's like animation still amazing songs that nearly as catchy core concept not as solid and I've heard that they're actually a skewing the songs more or less in Milan and just like a straight like a straight drama weird. I could be wrong on that but I just. I don't know I it. It's it's not it's so cynical. I said cash grab because it's it's not it's not just a blatant redundant cash grab. It's just a pace. These does relentless Klis pace that they're that they're doing them into. I don't understand why we need. Five remakes of Disney live action Disney movies in a single year and I don't even know if it might be more than that like. I don't know if they've got. They're going to sneak something out. Pass them along before Christmas. I don't know I don't know they just cast a little mermaid. I I don't know how far that's that that's behind but who's playing Sebastian. I don't know okay. That's my biggest question about that movie. Maybe Ahmed Best Okay Yeah sure thanks Yeah Sebastian yeah he so Whoopi Whoopi in the under the sea yeah love song so I got some more stuff to say 'cause I got. I actually Kinda WanNa actually KINDA WANNA break it down so you might say because he's keep on saying that it's shot for shot for Lion King and that's my biggest problem is is that I don't think it is. I think they're I mean they try not shot but beat for beat. Story is one hundred percent every bit of the staging is is noticeably inferior and worse than than the than the the original and some of the things that like what they did to be prepared is a God damn criminal travesty. That's one of my favorite songs from the Lion King and I've never seen a more dispirited parroted punting of a musical number then than I have. I don't know Jimmy Nicholson who I considered. The foremost expert on Disney films on the Internet suggested that there's also a muted quality due to vocal performances like everything everyone's kind of like instead of like even James Earl Jones instead of just like because I remember I I can I can hear in my head exactly how he says. Nobody messes is with the year old band or I can. I can hear like they. They just didn't quite nail it and her theory is they had to have all the actor scale back because if they were as a motive as the original lion king it would look wildly out of place with the animation style and it's like the one thing that you could have gone ten for ten and let like Donald Glover and beyond say and James Will Jones uncork and actually you know she would tell Chew Hotel Jia for <hes> who I think is an amazing actor. He got the world's most laid back quiet unassuming scar and it's just a shame because he's trying to follow giant. Jeremy Irons plays one of the the all time Great Disney villain voices and it just. I don't know
Trump Even More Unhinged Than Usual In Extensive Morning Twitter Rant
"States the president is having a big social media summit to at the White House today but he's not inviting any of the big social media players I wonder if this has something to do with Twitter being down he teed off on the media this morning bizarre Twitter rant series of tweets attacked the news media claim the industry would go out of business when he leaves office and suggests outlets would be forced to endorse him this cycle for the sake of their own survival great he started again this thing I when I was going through this that I was amazed at the number just the sheer number of tweets that this guy was able to crank out this morning starting at about six thirty I think it was DC time the White House to be hosting a very big and very important social media summit today what I have become president without social media question mark yes probably at its conclusion we will go to the beautiful rose garden for a news conference on the census and citizenship that's what he said a big subject today at the White House social media summit will be the tremendous dishonesty bias discrimination and suppression practice by certain companies we will not let them get away with it much longer the fake news media will also be there but for a limited period is it when I ultimately leave office in six years or maybe ten or fourteen just kidding they will quickly go out of business for lack of credibility or prove approval from the public that's why they'll be endorsing me at some point or the other he went on to slam the democratic presidential contenders was funny we've got new nicknames or Joe Biden Pete Buddha judge and Elizabeth Warren here we go here's the tweet could you imagine having sleepy Joe Biden or a very nervous and skinny version of Pocahontas as your president rather than what you have now so great looking and smart a true stable genius this is the this is next level this is this was a busy busy morning for him now that that act I true stable genius at that sounds like a north Korean language adjectives well he said that before he's talked about himself being a stable genius he said it multiple times before but I'm extremely stable genius but one of the things that he did was he tagged Alfredo E. Newman when he referred to in that first tweet he since removed the act signed so he wasn't tagged in it and then the other thing you did was the skinny version of Pocahontas and then in parentheses wrote one thousand slash twenty fourth referring to how native American she is yes but then realized that that doesn't make any sound so when he went back and changed that tweet he took out the offered the Newman tag and just left the name and then changed the V. percentage or what was in the parentheses two one slash one thousand twenty fourth to make
"pocahontas" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Course, one of the totally kick ass songs from the nineteen ninety-five Disney animated movie, polka haunt us. I was four when it came out, but I had it on VHS, and I watched it again, and again, and in a lot of ways in the popular imagination, the story of Jamestown has been acquainted with the story of polka Honda's. This is Irene with my Lauren Bacall voice. People are going to hear this voice and not recognize you. It'll be kind of fun reveal. This is Irene battered, the voice of Disney's Pocahontas. What? What did you say? My name is polka. Juntas. Talking to Iranian. It was hard to figure out how she felt about the movie there seemed to be a lot of mixed feelings. After all, Irene is native American herself. I grew up being called Pocahontas in a derogatory way Irene said that the movies writers listened to her and ask for input. But of course, the plot itself ended up over-simplified history of courses always told from the victors, and this was an easy way to kind of portray the, the good Indians who helped a masterful settlers who you know, created beautiful America that we now live in, in the Disney telling of Pocahontas, it's framed as a love story, the strapping, John Smith gets off this boat in the new world falls in love with the native Princess Pocahontas, and this Romeo, and Juliet kind of way and it kind of pieces made between the English and the local Poyton. Tribe. We cling to this love story, even though it's very transparently, not true. She was only ten years old nine or ten when John's Smith came to the village in historical accounts Pocahontas was kind of a cool neighborhood kid. She was very spunky, and friendly and was always doing cartwheels, and everyone in Jamestown was happy to see her. She actually helped John Smith. Learn Algan or a dialect of all gone Quinn that the politics spoke. So obviously, John Smith was also a real person. I'm not about to let you boys have all aside, from being a steadily cartoon voiced by Mel Gibson, John Smith was extremely significant historically. If you think about the story of North American history, like the bible, then George Washington was kind of like the Abraham and John Smith was the atom. And here's why when they got their marching orders to go to Virginia. All of the laws, the organization of the society and the leaders of that society, were written down in put in a box. Kathleen Donnegan is a professor of English at UC Berkeley, and the author of seasons of misery catastrophe and colonial settlement in early America..
"pocahontas" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Course, one of the totally kick ass songs from the nineteen ninety-five Disney animated movie, polka haunt us. I was four when it came out, but I had it on VHS, and I watched it again, and again, and in a lot of ways in the popular imagination, the story of Jamestown has been acquainted with the story of polka Honda's. This is Irene with my Lauren Bacall voice. People are going to hear this voice and not recognize you. It'll be kind of a fun reveal. This is Irene petard, the voice of Disney's Pocahontas. What? What did you say? My name is Pocahontas. Talking to Irene. It was hard to figure out how she felt about the movie there seemed to be a lot of mixed feelings. After all, Irene is native American herself. I grew up being called Pocahontas in a derogatory way Irene said that the movies writers listened to her and asked for input. But of course, the plot itself ended up over-simplified history of courses always told from the victors, and this was an easy way to kind of portray the, the good Indians, who helped the masterful settlers who you know, created the beautiful America that we now live in, in the Disney telling of Pocahontas, it's framed as a love story, the strapping, John Smith gets off the boat in the new world falls in love with the native Princess Pocahontas in this Romeo, and Juliet, kind of way and a kind of pieces made between the English and a local Poyton. Diab-. We cling to this love story, even though it's very transparently, not true. And she was only ten years old nine or ten when John Smith came to the village in historical accounts Pocahontas was kind of a cool neighborhood kid. She was very spunky, and friendly and was always doing cartwheels, and everyone in Jamestown was happy to see her. She actually helped John Smith. Learn Algan or a dialect of all gone Cohen that the politics spoke. So obviously, John Smith was also a real person. That's right. I'm not about to let you boys have all. Aside from being a Studly cartoon voiced by Mel Gibson, John Smith was extremely significant historically. If you think about the story of North American history, like the bible, then George Washington was kinda like the Abraham and John Smith was the atom. And here's why when they got their marching orders to go to Virginia. All of the laws, the organization of the society and the leaders of that society, were written down in put in a box. Kathleen Donnegan is a professor of English at UC Berkeley, and the author of seasons of misery catastrophe and colonial settlement in early America..
New Iowa poll shows Warren, Buttigieg gaining on Biden
"Hewitt. There's a brand new Iowa poll out and discuss it. I'm joined by Josh cross our hotline Josh at Twitter. If you're not following Josh, you're not clued in absolutely need to follow hotline. Josh know what's going on? Josh? What do you make of the new CNN poll out of Iowa? Big headlines for me. You Elizabeth Warren has clear momentum. And she's the candidate walks, especially in, in Iowa. That effort place, one point behind Bernie Sanders. I think fifteen percent she's got momentum. She's got a message that is really tailor made to the progressive community in Iowa. I think she's the candidate to watch. She may overtake Bernie Sanders in, in a couple of months, and she had a better performance at that state party event in Iowa. Just over the weekend of people, also the candidates that had a lot of upside, though. I think he may have peaked. We'll see if you peaked it, we'll see how much more running room he has. But he's now at fourteen percent which is higher than the national falls. So he may have an Iowa. He doesn't have a lot of Stanford, but I'm sure he's campaign will be ramping up. Kinda take advantage of those poll numbers question, Josh, I always looked to see name ID when I review these things to see what the upside is. I think almost every American who cares about politics knows who Elizabeth Warren is they know the Pocahontas. They know the, the controversy with the tribe. They know where apology. I think probably less than one in four Americans know put agendas, and therefore, I think he's got a lot of ceiling. What do you think of that assessment? I agree with you now push it is much better known than he was months ago. So you, you have higher name might eat it. A lot of the other candidates, many of whom are pulling and zero percent increasingly Kirsten gillibrand zero percent where he put her only one percent in Iowa, a lot of money into he's only one percent, but the big warning sign also joke, but you're in the league at twenty four percent, but that's not a great position as a front runner, and look, they fight any is going to be coming into Iowa expected to win. He's gonna have very high. Expectation everything could fall apart at find falls short in, in the first talk estate. So the Biden campaign, especially after the last week where he had this look on, on the Hyde amendment and really didn't look that are responding to this changing because John, I'm a little worried about Iowa. I haven't had a whole lot of time there. He's learned back middle of week but those that twenty four percent is not a strong twenty four percent. But you know it's eight months away in the debates or there. If I am not within striking distance of gold, silver bronze in Iowa I asked my voters to strategically vote for Bernie Sanders. I really do. I want them to get Biden out of the race. The only way to get out of the racist punctures balloon. So I think we'll see a lot of strategic
"pocahontas" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Now, there are other attempts by various Democrats to hone in on the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. The chief person trying to rival Bernie in this area is of course, Elizabeth Warren. Pocahontas, the native American Princess. Now, Elizabeth Warren, I think she pulled what was a pretty solid stunt yesterday. She tried to put ads on Facebook about breaking up Facebook and Facebook took down the ads and then Facebook to replace the ads the ads touted Warren's recently announced plan to unwind anti-competitive tech mergers, including Facebook, acquiring what's happened Instagram as I mentioned yesterday. This is really dumb. I'm not sure why Americans lives get better. If what's app is not owned by Facebook. Like, really I use what's up on a fairly regular basis. We use Instagram. I have no idea why the world has changed in any market way. Because Facebook owns WhatsApp or Instagram. Why the world is worse. The ad say three companies have vast power over our economy, and our democracy, Facebook, Amazon and Google we all use them. But in their rise to power they've bulldoze competition used our private information for profit and tilted the playing field in their favor. Now, if she's talking about the threats of corporatism, the answer is to limit that from the government side, the answer is not to go after corporations, which after all are profit-seeking and are happy to use the government as their tool. It's always bewildered me that the Occupy Wall street movement decided to Occupy Wall street as opposed to occupy in case freed why wasn't the occupy case free movement. Why weren't they occupying the lobbyists? Why weren't they occupied members of government? Why aren't they on the mall in Washington DC yelling at their legislators? After all legislators are elected. Members of Wall Street are simply working for corporations that are profit-seeking. Nonetheless. Elizabeth Warren is trying to tap into populist outrage against these major tech companies and believe me as you'll see we'll talk about it in a minute. The fact that I'm not super pro a lot of these tech companies are run. I don't like the non-transparency a Facebook. I don't like that Twitter is not transparent about whom it sensors. I don't like the YouTube is not transparent about who gets knocked by YouTube who gets you monetize by YouTube. I think it's really bad. But I'm not sure about the solution. We'd to break up these companies Facebook took down the add a message on the three ads had this ad was taken down because it goes against Facebook's advertising policies. Facebook spokesperson confirmed the ads have been taken down. But said that the company was in the process of restoring them. If we remove the ads because they violated our policies against the use of a corporate logo in the interest of allowing robust debate, we are restoring the ads, and then that let Elizabeth Warren tweet curious why I think Facebook has too much power. Let's start with their ability shutdown debate of whether Facebook has too much power. Thanks for storing my posts, but I want social media marketplace that isn't dominated by a single sensor weird because I don't see Democrats complaining too much about the media landscape being dominated by a few key players who happen to side with Democrats. So was with wearing trying to outflank Bernie. But I I don't think she's going to be able to realistically speaking, Bernie, we'll have an easier time marrying, Elizabeth Warren and Elizabeth Warren. We'll have an easy time Mirroring Bernie Sanders and his appeal. Meanwhile, there's some other problems for some other candidates in the race. We'll get to them in just one second. 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She's trying to suggest that Bernie doesn't have enough connections inside the black community to truly understand the problems of the black community. Whereas she Kamala Harris has those connections. She said listen we haven't had discussions on race, which which comes to shock to me since it seems like every other discussion in this country is about issues of race. We.
How Director Brad Bird Harnessed the Creative Power of Misfits
"We were growing up. There was only one name animated movies. Disney. For about six decades. They were pretty much the only game in town by the mid nineties. Disney films had started to follow a formula. They would take it old story at a few musical numbers and voila Pocahontas, Hercules Mulan. But then something new happened in animating. Finnity and beyond. Pixar reinvented. How you make an animated movie instead of drawing characters you code them on a computer, which makes them come alive in three D instead of being flattened two-dimensional. I'm sure you remember Pixar's first computer animated movie Toy Story. It was a smash not just because the tech was cool. But also because the story was fresh it was just so vivid and funny and the characters were original, this is Brad bird. He's a writer animator and director they weren't doing the ten songs and all that stuff that was getting very standard in animation at the time picks ours. First three films got multiple Oscar nominations. They grossed over a billion dollars. The studio was a perfectly calibrated hit machine. And that's when they made a strange decision. They hired Brad. He was coming off a big project that tanked told me go back there man, don't make me go back. And it wasn't his first failure. I got fired from Disney, and I was actually fired from two of the first three jobs I held but picks arse up promise in Brad. He came to the studio with a bold vision for a new film, and he didn't recruit the star teams who had created there earlier. Hits. Instead, he deliberately assembled a band of pictures biggest misfits, black sheep disgruntled. I say pirate doesn't exactly sound like a dream team. But somehow the movie they made together gross over six hundred million dollars won two Oscars and was picked ours. Biggest hit yet. It was incredible. Incredible. Incredible. The critics loved it almost as much as my kids did.
Trump Mocks Warren With Apparent Reference to Trail of Tears
"Elizabeth Warren who is also seeking the Democrats nomination answered President Trump Saturday tweet about her he once again called her Pocahontas and said he'd meet her on the trail, Tom we get to twenty twenty doll-. Trump may not even be president. In fact, he may not even be a three person. You're listening to USA radio news.
"pocahontas" Discussed on WTVN
"Is a liberal dream a liberal. I'm showing Linda new little toy got there that that is their utopia. I take that you're such a wise ass, you know, that's my self defense mechanism that is a liberal utopia. Now, if you watched the candidates, the people that say, they want to run for president on the democratic side, you know, the odd ball out that probably he might not even crazy uncle Joe may not be able to get the nomination, especially because Hillary cheated so bad in the primary. The last time all those rules super delegates all those things had to be changed and shifted. So it doesn't give the the advantage as it did in two thousand sixteen to the more establishment candidate that some of the money people wants. All right. So what does that mean? That means you get bozo. The clown in Texas that means you get Andrew gillum Pocahontas as the president affectionately calls, Elizabeth Warren. And you get Kamala Harris, she's writing a book she wants to run Spartacus wants the run. I don't see any of the, but they're going. And so hard left, California. Governor Gavin Newsom is vowing sanctuary to anybody that seeks it. Okay. That means are you people in California ready because that means people that are in the country illegally doesn't matter. What crimes they commit? It just matters that they're in California. That means ice is not going to be able to take them when they get out of prison and deport them. At means. They're moving back into the small towns and big cities in California. And he says children will not be ripped away from their parents people's lives. Freedom security, the water we drink the air, we breathe they all hang in the balance he said, and then news and goes on and he proposed and this is something everybody in the country needs to be aware of. And I think it's very nice kind and generous of California taxpayers to offer this to every American and even people that are here illegally Newsome is proposing a healthcare mandate medical expansion two. To include everybody, including illegal immigrants, so Newsom announced sweeping proposals to tackle the state's healthcare needs. Now that he's taken office, and outlining a dramatic medical expansion that would cover immigrant adults, and who are also in the US illegally require that all consumers in the state carry health insurance at increase subsidies for middle class families that need that subsidy. This is basically. Obamacare on steroids out there the day one. But nobody's ever going to be denied coverage every person should have access to quality affordable healthcare, he said, and then he went on to say, faraway judges and politicians may try to turn back our progress, but we will never waver in our pursuit of guaranteed health care for all Californians. Now, if they're gonna take care of illegal immigrants, let's say you live in Montana. Let's say you live in Indiana or Ohio or Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York. Even you might if you get sick. You might wanna take a vacation fly out to California. You're not gonna be denied coverage and go into Gavin take Gavin Newsom up on his offer of free healthcare and everybody should go out. Maybe the finest. I don't know is this going to include every hospital. We've got to get the details of this. Now, he did stop short of a single payer system. But he says this is a first step. Okay. So we'll watch that New York City's mayor. He's now comrade de Blasios offering and guaranteeing comprehensive health care for all in the city of New York. Nothing is putting the thing is nothing is free in life. You know, that somebody's gonna end up paying at some point someplace and only six immigra- immigrants, by the way. This is an NBC headline. You wanna talk about how dumb the media's only six immigrants in terrorism database stopped by CB p at the southern border in the first half of twenty eighteen oh, there's only six terrorists trying to always ex. But that's where they want to take this country as goes, California New York now, there's a mass exodus out of California a mass exodus Atta states, like New Jersey, Illinois, New York, and they're going to states like Texas, New York and New Jersey a losing one hundred. Thousand people year and meanwhile, down in these states, like Florida, Texas, Tennessee or states like the Vada that have no state income tax. The numbers are going up hundreds of thousands every year, which by the way, it helps those states. That's why those states keep growing. That's why those states have been prospering anyway. Oh, this woman that said we're going to impeach the m effort, this rush Shida leave is apparently she made an anti semitic slur, less than a week after saying that about the president on the first day in office and said we're gonna impeach the anyway now she's under fire from other politicians commentators for openly posting what they are calling an anti semitic dog whistle on Twitter and top Republicans in the Senate, alleging the democratic leaders are hoping to hide the fact that to lead is just one of many democratic politicians in congress who harbored deeply anti-israeli views and she responded to oppose by Bernie Sanders, suggesting that Senate Republicans were more loyal to Israel than the US. That's an old anti semitic Canard in the idea that we are supporting the our number one ally and only democracy in the. The region. That's actually a good thing. This is going to be a lively congress. I tell you that. All right. So let me go to a casino Cortez's new green deal. And I know that you're gonna find a lot of this almost unthinkable, but she's the rising star of the Democratic Party. Although I also heard that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer trying to get her to get out of the press as quickly as possible. So she is a self described democratic socialist, this is the Democratic Party. This is what they want. They think every single item that people need they want full complete redistribution of wealth. Anyway. So she is proposed this green new deal, and it would cost roughly conservative estimates. Forty trillion dollars in the first ten to fifteen years and also the single payer healthcare proposal supported by a Cossio Cortez that on its own would be thirty. Two trillion dollars. You got forty trillion for the green new deal program. Thirty two trillion dollars for her new single payer healthcare plan that g supporting and she has suggested that the way to pay for these gigantic massive government programs would be to increase the income tax rates on America's wealthiest earners as high as seventy percent now if you live in New York that seventy percent then becomes eighty percent because of the state income tax that eighty percent then becomes eighty four percent because then you have the New York City tax. And then if you own a home and anywhere in New York, the city or surrounding suburbs. Now, you're up to ninety percent tax which means ninety cents of every dollar would go to the government. And but that's what she's proposing Medicaid Medicare for all that is a thirty two trillion dollar cost estimate raise taxes. Seventy percent. You know, one of the things. Democrats don't understand is the top fifth the top twenty percent of wage earners in America today. This whole soak the rich plan that everybody on the left likes. They already pay the vast majority of the taxes, they're paying, you know, bottom fifty percent pays three percent. Twenty percent pays eighty percent. You have twenty percent of Americans paying eighty eight percent of the Bill. She wants to even raise it further. What are we going to now empower the government? So the government what you either pay the seventy eighty cents of every dollar you make or what happens they're going to put you in jail. Well, what rich person is gonna go when invest in any company in America, if they're gonna lose eighty cents of every dollar. I said this, and I know our friends over at media matters said Hannity says that if she raises the rates to seventy percent rich people won't buy boats. Well, that was one example what I'm saying is if you take eighty. Percent of what people make or anywhere in that area. Seventy percent, federal income tax and you add your other ten percent state income tax city tax four percent property tax sales taxes, and you get to the point where you're taking seventy five eighty eighty five ninety cents of every dollar people. Make what do you think those people are going to do the not going to work anymore? They're not going to invest anymore. They're not gonna produce anymore. You know, all this class warfare warfare. I never got a job in my life from a poor person. When I was working in restaurants, people had to be able to afford to go into a restaurant and by your meal at a premium rate, and then they'd pay and leave a tip, and I'd be able to get money in my pocket. Didn't matter if I got paid for washing dishes or cooking or bussing tables, waiting tables are tending bar in my years in contracting. I never got a call from somebody in a poor neighborhood. That said, oh, I need you to pay the whole house over inside and out. And while you're there, I want you to do reconstruction and remove this old poorest hair players, the plaster walls that I have and put a new plaster. And I want you to a poor person can't afford that. And what I'm saying is. Yeah. Okay. Then it impacts. All right are people going to buy new cars are people going to buy and build bigger homes are people going to buy a smaller home are people going to renovate their home are people going to buy. Yes, about what happens if rich people don't have the money to buy their boats, while boat makers the guys that put them together that make their living that pay their insurance and paid their mortgage and pay their car payment. They're not gonna have a job either. After we confiscate all of this money, and you have everybody out there, and she's upset by the way that I guess what do you call? This political fact she got four false statements. He said twenty one trillion in Pentagon accounting errors. That's where she's getting the money from Medicare for all cost thirty two trillion. That means sixty six percent of Medicare for all could have been funded already by the Pentagon. No, bad math. And then she said in her defeat of Republican Karen Handel MacBeth was outspent five to one. No. That's not true either. No didn't get it. And then she said just last year, we gave the military seven hundred billion dollar budget increase, which they didn't even ask for. No. That's not true either that didn't work ice is required to fill thirty four thousand beds in detainees every single night. And that number is only been increasing since two thousand nine beds and people so, but this is the mindset Andrew Cuomo Gavin Newsom, a Cossio Cortez Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren, Kamala, Harris Spartacus all of them together. This is what they want. They want. This socialist utopia. They want redistribution. They want government con literally confiscation anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number..
"pocahontas" Discussed on KGO 810
"Working people have taken one punch to the gut after another. And I am worried down to my mom's about what Donald Trump is doing to our democracy. Okay, now Warren has been good. But I mean, the truth is you have to you have to talk about something other than Donald Trump. You have to talk about your ideas and Lisbeth Warren kind of came in at a period of time when she was trying to get her head above water above other potential people like Joe Biden who seems right now the most likely to head the ticket in my opinion, this why no Elizabeth, but Elizabeth Warren has baggage and nobody can debate that I mean, but I feel like I'm not defending Warren. I personally she wouldn't be my top choice. I've already said I think Kamala Harris would at this point be my top choice. I just think. I feel like you are critical of her over the DNA Pocahontas thing because that was Donald Trump's technique. No, I'm critical for her declaring she had this Cherokee heritage when she didn't really matter though. And you're falling into the trap that Donald Trump laid those things don't matter. Tell her she's saying too much on Trump. But you're stuck on on Trump. Yeah. She gave an opportunity to a person. Know what we can. But the again, the people that see her weakness, and they here again, it's show. You who it is? She didn't move on. She went and got a DNA cares. Why does it matter? Does you that? She was. Well, look, I said it's not me saying this saying this. Why does it matter it matters because she's voluble because that's what when you ask people that lose with worn today. They say Pocahontas or Indian heritage. You're talking about even Ota would vote. I think that if you're talking about people that would actually vote for not Republicans, but actual. We'll talk about her being a progressive leader ideal. I voted for Hillary Clinton, and I supported her. Why is Hillary Clinton not present at present president today? Why because of the emails to call me and the Russians at all came together because she allowed it to happen by putting a server in her home when she was advised not to buy data that she didn't campaign properly. I didn't do anything wrong. She was investigated. He did not go to certain states enough and that left them vulnerable. The trump. Okay did. It was a compliment. With the most important ignoring the importance, and I'm not a supporter here. But your knowing all the things that Warren would one on just because Trump says Pocahontas a million vote for her. Over because of the Pocahontas thing would have never voted for her. It's the way she handled it. That's my okay. And you go down the list here. Again, I mentioned Bernie Sanders is gone in my opinion. And that would be if he continues to get involved, Cory booker's an election cycle away. He's done nothing. He's had a couple little skirmishes with. You know, the the me too stuff, right? Biden Biden has a plagiarism thing that's his background. I guarantee you you'll hear about that. Like, the swift boats stuff, the one person who in my in Krista Kirsten gillibrand. Sure shared Brasher rod Brown from Ohio lot of people like this guy. You know, beta Rourke you have to consider but Assia cycle away to. Yeah. He's a cycle. Okay. So when laying all this stuff out you start to ask yourself who's the person that's really handle themselves. Well, here turn there in the cabin are hearing when she had a moment Kamala Harris who they're still calling camera. She's she's been remarkable four silence during this whole thing and allowing everybody to find their positions before she starts to move forward. And and announced it's still early and people are looking for people who look like presidents and today, that's a big part of it comma Harris looks like a president. There's something about her lately. And that's just the way it is. You know, Richard Nixon lost the nineteen sixty election because John F Kennedy was better looking than him. They would have been on the radio people said that when they listened to the debate between them Nixon one when they watch it on TV, they said Kennedy one because it's it's it's different phone calls. And appreciate you calling Michael. Hi, you're on with chip and Nikki. So that who is the person do you think can actually do this that has that that that quality that nobody can take? Oh, you mean, the charisma or quality? I don't know, it's charisma I think it's it's more than that is also something that the transit that they could be on a microphone and as opposed to. What I'll say this. What you said about camera Harris, and I agreed with certain degree. However, I think that she needs a little more. School of hard knocks training in the US Senate. That's what I think. Now, we'll see I I saw her when she was questioning during the cavenaugh hearings that woman. Oh. Doing good. Way she attacked the attorney general from Alabama that redneck was good. She and if she doesn't understand some now what I'm about to say, I don't even listen to vicious way. She didn't go at Dianne Feinstein or Willie Brown or anybody in the Willie Brown camp. You know, John Burton how to do this stuff? And she'll listen see, but she sharp, but I just think personally we're year and a half away from the election. So I mean, it's a long way away. So there's a lot of time for us to find out chess me, let me run and get some more cost, Michael. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much down in foggy. Daly city that phone number is eight hundred eighty eight ten let's go to Paul Paul. We talked about your guy, but go ahead. Gavin newsom. But I have a couple of comments before we get into it is that you know, I believe in a lot of stuff that he that. He talked about today. And I like what he's four. But I can't stand him. I'm really upset with Newsom because of is a fair with his campaign manager's white. How could he say he's going to work? Long time ago long time ago. Let me let me say something. But that's what most people when they think of guy..
"pocahontas" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Jared. The Cherokee nation is racist for telling a white woman stop pretending to be part of their nation. That's the world in which we live. Let that sink in did any of you go through this week thinking that Elizabeth Warren proved the president wrong did anybody go through this week in think to yourselves. Well, she really is native American. And by the way, this is not a story in any of us should even care about. Except for the fact that it's an abuse through lying to get benefits that were meant for somebody else. But nobody was talking about this. Nobody cared about this. And Elizabeth Warren Pocahontas herself decided I'm going to go and start this whole thing up again. And you ask yourself. Does she thinking? Nobody nobody was thinking about this. Even a second yet. For some reason we had to have her thrust in our face again. Why decided I had to do a parody about it? I call it hana's. I'll have that for you. We'll come back. Have you done familiar with my pags parodies? I take a song that you know, and love, and I wrote it by changing the words in singing it about a current event Pocahontas where we come back your phone calls as well. One eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. Stay here. News Radio twelve hundred w. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
Trump responds to Elizabeth Warren's DNA results
"Trump and first lady Melania landing in Macon, Georgia to tour areas hard hit by hurricane Michael while on the ground reporters asking the president about the news of the day reports of progressive Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren alleged Indian heritage Trump on the campaign trail and during rallies calls her Pocahontas USA radio's Timberg picks up the story. The president. Then was asked about Senator Elizabeth warns DNA tests, here's the country an apology. What's the percentage? One one thousand. Percentage. You would. Asian. I was going to happen. If I can gesture
Report: Harvard didn't consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American
"It wasn't her claim of native. American heritage globe report says that did not factor. Into the decision. To hire Elizabeth Warren as a professor at Harvard law, in the, nineteen nineties the paper says. Its report is based on interviews and. Documents showing the issue was not considered by faculty or anyone who hired the now. US Senator at other, schools critics say Warren boosted, her professional life. By saying she's descended, of Cherokee and Delaware tribes and President. Trump often refers to her as Pocahontas and mocking her claims of heritage on her website warrant is posting documents related to her jobs and school applications and again search her heritage had nothing. To do with her
Report: Harvard did not consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American
"Ahead. Of the midterms there's a report that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren is a. Law professor. In the nineteen nineties was Not based on any assertion that she. Has. Native American heritage the globe reports interviews and documents show the issue, was not considered by Harvard law faculty or those. Who hire the now US Senator two jobs at other schools critics have. Said Warren advanced her career claiming she's, a distant descendant of Cherokee and Delaware tribes perhaps Warren's biggest detractor President Trump has repeatedly referred to. Her as Pocahontas and mocking her claims of heritage Warren posting documents on her. Website related, to her job in school applications and is again saying her heritage played no role in getting her hired, anywhere
Report: Harvard did not consider Elizabeth Warren as Native American
"Ahead of the November midterms there's. A report that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren as a law professor in, the nineteen nineties was not based on any assertion that she has native American heritage the globe reports interviews and. Documents show the issue was not considered by Harvard law. Faculty or those who hired the now US Senator two jobs at other schools critics have said Warren advanced her career claiming she's a distant descendant. Of Cherokee and Delaware tribes perhaps Warren's biggest attractor. President Trump has repeatedly referred to her as Pocahontas in mocking her claims of heritage Warren is posting documents on our website related to her job in school, applications and is again saying. Her heritage played no role and. Getting her hired
"pocahontas" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"IQ Pocahontas fat unhinged low-life deranged wacky Who's gonna stop there because this is depressing these. Are all words. News by the president. To, describe people in public on. Twitter there you go that is Brooke Baldwin again we thank CNN for that so I'm morosi being called a dog. Today has gotten everybody upset and I, understand that it's not nice to do it's not a nice thing to do and the fact that Donald Trump has been insulting, women all along and he's an obvious misogynous. The fact that he hates women they, preach women like sex objects, for him that's been known for a long time calling a woman a dog though it gives. Us a chance. To open up a really important. Issue and I'm getting. There it's. Polka hunters Elizabeth. Warren Pocahontas at. Poca hot this is not happy she's not she's, the, worst, Pocahontas spoke hot, this Democrats, coming over, and you're going. To say no No sir no thank, you no ma'am perhaps bam, it may be Boca hottest remember that will I actually think she's a hopeless case I call. Pocahontas and that's. An insult to polka hottest I. Was sitting with him. On an. Aeroplane he went after me on. The plan yeah I'm going to go after believe, me She would not. Be, my first choice that I can touch Fund body. No I never thought she was good. Looking but I don't I don't think he's. Got good skin I don't think she's got a great face, I think, your lips are too big to. Be honest, with, you know. They look like two big face. I'd, say Rosie you're. Fired Rosie is a very unattractive. Person Rosie.
Trump at Montana rally: "Democrats want anarchy"
"There's only a limited time to get the boys out of that tie cave i'm dave anthony fox news that's what the tiny seal commander says the things have changed with a twelve stranded boys in their soccer coach after an ex seal volunteer died in a dive delivering oxygen bottles fox's simon owen monitoring the situation live from london days a death of salmon tuna highlighting the dangers involved in the rescue operation as authorities consider having the boys dives their way out of the cave despite having no cave diving experience another volunteer cave diver even carrot h from denmark he's also helping in the rescue efforts says a challenging mission lies ahead k drives we'll have trainings overtake divers overpaid restroom neutral he believes the rescue will be attempted today or tomorrow dave simon there are new us tariffs sedan more goods made in china thirty four billion dollars worth their war was lost trade many years ago you know when they're saying not a free trader i said no no the war was lost but now we're gonna win it president trump at a rally last night in montana china says it has retaliated immediately targeting thirty four billion dollars in american goods that montana rally was very republican trying to unseat democratic senator jon tester democrats won anarchy they really do and they don't know who they're playing with the president okay but a few democratic critics thing maxine waters has a low i q she's the congresswoman who called on supporters to rest trump cabinet members he also again repeatedly called senator elizabeth warren pocahontas i will give you a million dollars to your favorite charity paid for by trump if you take the test to the judge senator warren not laughing she responded saying hey real donald trump while you obsess over my jeans your administration is conducting dna tests on little kids because he ripped them from their mommas and you are too incompetent to reunite them fox's carly szimke fox.
"pocahontas" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"But there are still behaving as though that's what they wanted all along and i think that's what's really important hit the ito yet the thomas cook this is on point we're talking this hour about racism in the presidency and the campaign of donald trump in the wake this week of pocahontas antimuslim tweets the revival of the birther myth with a writer who says race and white racism are central to this presidency adam sir were certain a bigger say in the atlantic you can lead to it at our website and he's with us today from washington you can join us as well um our whole lot of americans president trump's winning majority racist and just won't or can't admitted trump voters what do you say was it was a too easy or wrong to say this was about economic distress was that ignoring or denying racism whites nervous at their privileged position was eroding looking for that kind of champion rust off at conservative columnist was for the new york times joins us in a moment he says amazon to something but uh but it was not that simple says duff it uh trump was asked a couple of years ago by cnn's don lemon if he was a racist he was exchange are you ryan the least racist person that you have ever met i am the least racist person are you bigoted in any way i don't think so no i don't think so no he doesn't think so and after the re tweets of the white nationalist the british nationalist that has.
"pocahontas" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"But when it should formative when it's educational and it shows other manipulate but it shows how they control that i do get into it and the last day it's really blown up when president trump had some of the amazing a navajo codebreakers amazing because they're so alive since world war two neko at one of a kind and they're patriots in your interest neat folks he makes the joke about hey you've been here a lot longer the rest of us except maybe pocahontas making a joke it warren who native american groups have gone and research he lied she's not cherokee she's not comanche she's not any of those groups uh and she just lied to be politically correct kinda like this were race reassignment we've seen were white women claim they're really black women and start putting blackface sean it's it's beyond cultural appropriation it is identity theft show trump's making a joke would these old guys these guys were in world war two don't think they didn't hear a joke don't take they don't get a joke don't think old men don't like jokes like that trump seventy years old these guys are like twenty years older than him and pocahontas is a joke ladies gentlemen elizabeth warren lying third bag and so even bill maher knows role is is going and made fun of her last night as well to ship carrying call it a racial slur now spotec any word you don't lie or any arguments about he has a nickname about how she lied about being native american he put that nickname on her because it sets crooked hillary's crooked slimy bill slimy we created the whole deal bill clinton's are ripe us you popularise it is an audience that's what is known as because years nicknames don't stick unless they fit i've got ninety nine percent tells us head the crew calls me pumpkin had behind my back it's bound nickname i don't mind it i have a.
"pocahontas" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And they both use they're still the max and then when trump comes along and busts little below on why since it was phony to begin with they have a calendar grab a phone call quickly judy lancaster pa uh what's happening iraq nick honored and talking out brigitte that thank you i'll bet you what are you on make the program prompt but i'm a little confused winter poll on on thing why elizabeth warren used it as it was a good thing can be on on indian background and i grew up there you know i was taught the polka hhonors she saved guy and he how can game down and then later on a disney movie came out for a little kid hottest was a good thing now all of a sudden the democrats this race thanks so why is it disney racial as an elizabeth warren resolves because that's the only allegation they instinctively reflexively make donald trump blew up the lie that harvard law the other law schools and elizabeth warren have been putting forward that she's norweigian their diverse and so they're only a racial slur joy it's not you're right pocahontas is a heroin there's no way hauling somebody pokal three real world would be insulting but to the democrats of is that should tell one talk with your personality of all time uh rush limbaugh ali he i deem it gene it is never a good look when you were a long bogey dress shirt may think it makes you look casual more than likely you're just looks good numbers of rammed the shirts made specifically this look to make you look sharp to look swamped untucked at all one word this is a casual shirt that falls at the perfect length every time not too long not too short shirts so well made that gq calls them perfection styles patterns that can carry you from casual settings to semiformal events.
"pocahontas" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Talk about pocahontas in the president giving acknowledging the you know the code talkers in the second world war the native americans brilliant brilliant brilliant warriors zhu warriors now and then they'll dump trump goes to make a joke about how he calls elizabeth warren pocahontas and in the by the president was good of the not a laugh okay i'll move on here at at at it was just they just got all over it but it's you know it's a joke for crying out loud we're getting crazy he makes a joke he throws at out there everybody goes nuts and let's talk about tax reform exactly what's going on let's talk about giving tuesday today so if you wanna give to a charity this is the day to do it mount i chat about that how you could give back and yesterday i'm running around like a arm aluminium and i went to take my door alley back into the city ray and then i went to see dr rock positano honor ankle dwb thank you for asking so it's all great so then then we're going to go we we had the best man we went to michael jordan steakhouse new york this is great now with and i quote traffic was crazy unwarranted planet now he nif and great to spend time with my door that's really really cared about on with my door is great so we find a michael jordan by a vanderbilt right there you know by grand central german grand central station as you know go and it is we had the best time the name over there the stakes are utterly elite red meat you know so but i went over there and i had i had like i said just burn it so well my waiter weights that the server he went in the kitchen sure was cook right he said eager you meet the right temperature i said well this was so attentive and i ate so healthy clean baked potato no sour cream pie you clean little low oil maybe it'll catch upon you know and the spire against police michael dragged drake there's a big shout out to joyce in our cells burma shelly goldberg you know shelly where to go joe shelly.
"pocahontas" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Oh god tres that's this elizabeth warren i kohler pocono mountains so neten and shelter pocahontas and massachusetts is represented by pocahontas right it may be polka hunters remember that what an insult to poke artists as i was being hit by pocahontas and polka aren't this is not happy elizabeth warren she's one of the worst senators who polka hunters well now candidate trump has already been criticised for this he's already been accused of using a racial slur today when asked about using it at an event of steadily to honor native americans who risk their lives employing their distinct language to help us win the second world war white house press secretary sarah sanders denied it was a slur at all here's what she said appropriate from the president louis a racial slur netti i don't believe that it is appropriate for him to make right on a slur or any job creation the why is it appropriate for him i think i like i said i don't think that it is and i don't think that was certainly not the said i think i got like i said i think the offensive the most offensive thing i'm sorry to seek political value in calling people outreach leave uae look i think that sooner warren was very offensive when she lied about something specifically to advance her career i don't understand why no one's asking about that question and why that is constantly covered joining us now is senator elizabeth warren center warned thanks for being with us so the president referring to once again spoke of hunters i wonder what was your reaction when you've heard that you know i i really couldn't believe it that theory was at a ceremony to honor native americans men who had really put it all on the line uh take to save american lives to save lives of people our allies during world war two really amazing people and president trump could even make it through a ceremony to honor these men without throwing in a racial slur.