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Fresh update on "poland" discussed on Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

00:42 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "poland" discussed on Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson

"They're somehow empowered because people weren't prosecuted for looting back in the wake of the unrest beginning is simply not true. Protesters rallied outside a police station in the city's south loop Monday, where one speaker said looting is nothing more than reparations for historical wrong. Who's Dan Springer reporting the chief of police of Seattle, citing efforts to defund her department. Or her decision this week to resign. Chief Carmen Best resignation is effective September 2nd Secretary of State Mike Pompeo today continuing his four day trip to Europe, visiting American allies Mike Pompeo second trip to Europe in the space of a month. This time visiting four central European allies, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Austria and Poland is expected to warn against Chinese and Russian influence has both of those countries seek greater roles in Europe in various sectors. Including energy, infrastructure and telecoms. It's a trend the Trump administration is keen to reverse in London. Simon on Fox News News.

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Belarus Election: Svetlana Tikhanovskaya Flees Country Amid Protests

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:28 min | 21 hrs ago

Belarus Election: Svetlana Tikhanovskaya Flees Country Amid Protests

"The leader of the opposition in Belarus, Atlantic sky has fled the country to neighboring Lithuania following. Sunday's presidential election in Belarus protests have continued in the country following the election results in which the country's longstanding President Alexander Lukashenko claimed a landslide victory with some eighty percent of the vote. A result opposition claims was rigged Chris Show Max Fat Lana. Posted an emotional video to supporters explaining why she'd fled the country predominantly she said to ensure the safety in the well being of her children she ran for the presidency in place of her husband. Of course, Sergei T Shanansky who we know is in prisoner political charges in Belarus what's the latest reaction from other countries around batteries speed looking on at the fallout from the election on Sunday Chris well. The reaction has been one of, of course, criticism of the vote that took place and calling for calm in terms of how Belarus Belarus majorities should deal with protests. The European Union, which you know is argued be key of course, the EU and the US have criticized the vote but the E is is particularly key with Belarus being you know sort of between the European Union and Russia if you will. In terms of the spheres of influence, and there has been some talk of renewed sanctions from the EU. A lot of that sanctions talk interestingly is coming from Poland while the on another side neighbor Hungary's against sanctions. So it'll be interesting to see what kind of developments come from the EU in terms of what they can actually do to try and to try and influence anything that is happening in Belarus. The irony is that the EU actually lifted many of its sanctions back in two thousand sixteen ended asset freezes and travel bans against Lukashenko and about one hundred and seventy other people. The decision at that point looking back was actually unanimous among foreign ministers they cited improving relations. With Belarus although an arms embargo was still kept in place a certain amount of sanctions. So not everything was. Returned to normal. But there for the question now is could the e U reintroduced those kinds of sanctions that it had in the past on targeted individuals including Liquor Shaneco the question is whether this will really have any major effect was under Lukashenko has not been particularly interested in joining the e U along running sanctions already in place you know were put in place after the disappearance of opposition politicians way back at the turn of the Millennium gives you a sign of how long this has been. Has Been going on. so that you could try to react with further sanctions, but it has tended in some ways to see as in Russia's sphere of influence perhaps in terms of Russia. Putin was of course, quick to recognize the results. will be watching closely. You would imagine if anything near what amounts to a revolution starts to to come about in Belarus but the there has been also some talk from analysts saying, of course, they may favor a certain amount of instability if it helps to keep Belarus under wraps as it were an in Russia's sphere for the time being

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Fresh "Poland" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:39 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "Poland" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

"In the morning on the Voice of New York, 7 10 W. O R. Well, Good morning. Everyone on a Wednesday be warmer, expecting some rain in the area in a few minutes, we'll be joined by Dr Gregory Poland from the Mayo Clinic is with us every week. He's terrific. If you have some questions, give us a call 803 2107 10. He's considered one of the world's top experts. In combating infectious diseases. He's in charge of their vaccine research group. And, of course, you know, buried in all the news of the of the tropical storm and of Ah Kamala Harris. You had Putin yesterday announcing that the Russians have a vaccine and he gave it to his daughter, and he's called it splitting that can't wait to hear with Dr Gregory Poland has to say about the Sputnik vaccine. It's coming up in just a moment. Our big three stories. Well, of course, it's comma Harris. Joe Biden picks his running mate. We're going to be joined by Chris Matthews after the news at nine o'clock and Chris along thought that should be the best choice and will get his analysis coming up. Also in the Big three There's a teacher's revolt going on in New Jersey. They don't want to go back to the classroom, and they won't be going back in Elizabeth, New Jersey later in this hour, will have Alice stocked in Rosina Live from Elizabeth. She'll be on with us around 8 50 and round out the big three. Well, did you hear the one about the party animals overtaking and empty a bus in Queens? There were smoking hookahs. They were dancing. There were there was nudity. There were no masks and ah, maybe they'll catch these guys in charging with something. I don't come on land in the empty, a official said. It was an unfortunate issue. Come on. Now. No one gets arrested in this city anymore. It's a free for all the criminals. Now coming up in a 23 Or so to be exact. Michael and I have had her song songs that mentioned geographical locations, which is kind of morphed into geographical locations We can go to, which is why I lost yesterday because I picked Back in the USSR by the Beatles and job, Arla said. Well, who wants to go there? So I lost them. Michael Pick ABBA Sing Waterloo, which is just silly, but well, they were talking about If there were a song about downtown Port Washington. You should pick that because you don't even go there these days before you live in those trees blocking the way we're going Let's check in with Dr Gregory Poland are one of our faves from the Mayo Clinic. Well, listen, we got the Sputnik vaccine in Russia, Doc. So you know, we're all gonna live happily ever after. Good morning. Good morning, Leonard. Michael. Good to hear your voices. All right. Tell us your thoughts on the on the Putin vaccine. Well, you know, it doesn't say a lot that they named. It's Sputnik. Five. This is This is really remarkable. It's not that the idea is bad that they're that they're trying. But when she realized that this vaccine had been tested on only 76 people Before they released it to the public. That's that's that's surprising, and I think you know it. I think they misinterpret the idea of a race for a vaccine. It's not a country race. It's a global race. What do we do to protect all people, not just our country. So you know, this is a stunt. Yeah, so, but what can go wrong with a vaccine that's not really properly tested. Well, a lot of things, one that we've all been concerned about is the development of what's called vaccine enhanced disease. It's kind of a complicated mechanism. But what happens is You immunize somebody. They produced Santa body That's close, but not just perfect for the Corona virus. Then they get exposed to the cops and have worse than the people who were never immunized. Or maybe it causes a side effect that is as yet unknown. That's why you do these careful phase one face to face three trials. They got to phase two. And even that was a small study and decided after 76 people that you know what's sick. We're goingto let the people volunteered to grab this vaccine. Where I will talk to Gregory, Poland from the Mayo Clinic. He heads up their vaccine research group, so AH, can you give us I mean, what's the latest timetable in your mind when we're going to see this vaccine? Because I guess some summer starting Phase three already. Yeah, they started about two weeks ago. Um, the Madonna vaccine was the 1st 1 and it was to enroll 30,000 people. As of last Friday, they've only enrolled 4500. So they're the first ones in the trial. They get a second dose a month later, two weeks after that, have a blood draw. Then you've got to do all the laboratory tests they live. That's not happening unless something very odd happens. Or they released it by emergency use authorization, But in terms of the standard way we would license a vaccine. Next year. Next year. All right, talking to a Dr Gregory Poland of the Mayo Clinic. Hey, had something vaccine research there, so doctor, a lot of debate and discussion going on all over the country about opening up the school's in the fall here in New Jersey. Teachers union is saying Our teachers are not going backto work. Essentially until there is a vaccine. What is your feeling about opening up schools in the fall? Yeah. You know, it's a complicated one because We don't all have the same burden of disease. I think if a community as very low rates of transmission under 5% so suppressed below 5%. It's possible to do it. It would require strict adherence to constant mask wearing hand sanitization distancing the exact things you're not thing in the news when you see some of these pictures Of various high schools. The reason I say it's possible because Taiwan did it. They figured out how to do it and made it work and they've done it. Well. Other schools as we've seen around the country open up and boom. Right away. They sparked an outbreak. So this is not something that you can kind of blanket say We're opening up all the schools in our state. Different areas of the state. Different states are gonna have different burdens of disease. Hey, Doc, Are you optimistic that society as we know it can get back to normal. I don't know. Do you have a timetable in your mind? Because I'm not thoroughly optimistic. And I'm just I'm even worry that this is going to just go on and on and on. Maybe through all of next year. Uh, what are your thoughts along those lines? Yeah, I You know, I think next summer assuming the vaccine is released in the February large or so timeframe, assuming That they're enough doses and assuming that enough people take it. Ah, and assuming the vaccine works, so a lot of assumptions in their will will start to move backto life as we know it. But let me ask an important question that I think we're gonna have to face and that is I don't think this virus is going away. I think very likely It's going to be like a flu virus that every year we're gonna have to deal with maybe even year round and probably will need booster doses of vaccine for So, doctor I got I got tested yesterday for the first time because I'm going to go see my parents and you know they're my moms and his Etienne. My dad's 90 so I want to get arrested. I say I can get the results in 2 to 5 days between now and the time I go up to see them. Ah, you know that this weekend should I really basically be quarantining myself? Skye. I would, um, you've described two parents that just by HR High risk, and you know your test results will reflect the day and the prior day's Of your test. It won't It won't predict anything about the day after your test and going forward. So this is this is a tough thing that we see. We'll see..

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Belarus strongman president faces strong election challenge

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Belarus strongman president faces strong election challenge

"The pond. There is an election test today. For a man sometimes called Europe's last dictator. Belarus holding a general election with authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko, seeking to extend his 26 years in power, But he's facing an unusually strong challenge amid anger over his handling of the Corona virus outbreak. Lukashenko has dismissed Covad 19 as a psychosis on recommended vodka and soldiers as remedies ahead of the vote. France, Germany and Poland jointly calling for a free and fair election.

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The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

On the Media

10:04 min | 4 d ago

The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

"Of Donald J. Trump. We in the United States have become accustomed to a degree of fabulous. Um I've done more for black Americans than anybody. With the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln, the president, self aggrandizement provides the framework for his alternate reality. We have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900 Deaths in a single day. You have the numbers place because I heard we had the best mortality number one low mortality, right? We are being given something I can't recall in my lifetime, a choice of realities. One that is mostly regarded as evidence based and one that you might call faith based that faith being in Mr Trump In either case, you have a sizable cohort to back you up. Truth has been displaced in many quarters by rage and fear. Over the past four months, we've had many opportunities to observe the impact of paranoia. When deployed by a fantasist in the White House in Arizona Man died after taking Clara Quien, his wife said that they heard about it from Trump's briefings. Are you gonna allow the government to tell you you have to wear a mask? Some believe these mask orders go against their freedoms will protect. All right, I will know asked me and I will not pay for antibiotics. Conspiracies of Sena numbers swell on Facebook and doctors warn, if left unchecked, they could undermine an effective vaccine. The death toll from the Corona virus pandemic has surpassed 150,000 in the United States. That's the highest number of fatalities in any nation by far. And accounts for nearly 1/4 of the recorded global. Told immediately after the 2016 election, I spoke with New York ER writer Masha Gessen, who, after having lived long under Vladimir Putin had some advice for anxious Americans trying to navigate the so called new normal. She explained that for the would be authoritarian, the lying is the point that the ability to create a reality flagrantly staring down conspicuous fact. Is a crucial component of building and sustaining power. And last fall boxes, David Roberts noted bluntly, where such a strategy left unchecked, could lead this sort of cultish, increasingly authoritarian movement takes over the country. In Russia and Turkey and Poland. Right's a disturbingly longer and longer list. We see countries that we thought were democracies devolve into this. In the U. S. So much has happened in the last few years that we thought would never happen. I think we should really loosen up our imaginations as to what can happen when a movement that is convinced that everything it knows and loves is in danger of falling apart movements that's thinking like that unconnected anymore to fax or reality. And got its hands on the power of the federal government is the basic recipe for democracy is falling apart. And so last fall on, the media producer Leia Feder reported on one of those places Poland, a young democracy teetering on unstable ground and where it's far right Nationalist government is intent on rewriting the nation's painful history. For almost a decade, Poland has been in the grip of a conspiracy theory what really happened when a plane crashed in a forest in western Russia, killing Poland's president and dozens of other government officials. The plane had been on route to commemorate another Polish tragedy, a massacre that had occurred in the very same location in 1940. 1973 documentary explored the mystery While the German army is advancing from the West, the Soviets crossed Poland's eastern front court in a method of Polish army collapsed, Um, surrendered. The victors, divided the country down the middle and imprisoned every soldier they captured. Russia took a 215,000 Poland officer Corps were never seen alive again. Many. What die near Smolensk, in a forest called catching after decades of opacity and suspicion on investigation in the early nineties, confirmed finally, that it was not Hitler. But Stalin, who had ordered the massacre. And so when, on April 10th 2010 a delegation of 96 Polish politicians and officials traveled from Warsaw to Smolensk. It was in service of remembrance and reconciliation. But what happened instead compounded the national pain. Poland's prime minister burst into tears when he heard the news today that his country's president was killed in a plane crash pilot tried to land in a thick fog at least twice missing the runway. And ignoring the control tower's direction to divert to another city. Not just losing the president of that country. The first lady, the ahead of the army chief of staff, the National Security Office head deputy Parliament speaker, the deputy foreign minister. It was a devastating national tragedy. What's more, the symbolic layering was undeniable. Ah, longstanding tragedy finally solved and a new one appears in its place. And yet, in the immediate moments and days after the crash, there was a kind of common shock. An Applebaum is a journalist and academic beast in Warsaw At the time of the 2010 crash, her husband was minister of foreign affairs in the Polish government, and there was pretty straightforward reporting. About what had happened. What was immediately clear There were people on the ground who saw the crash. So there was a kind of concensus initially about what had happened that it was a terrible Accident and that you know many people of value to the nation had died. But the story started to shift is the investigation into the crash proceeded. Investigators say pilot error was mostly to blame. It became clear that one of the causes of the crash was the fact that the pilots were under pressure to land. The president's delegation had arrived late for the plane. They were running behind schedule as they got closer to smell lens, which was even really an airport. It was a kind of airstrip in the forest. They began to be worried about the fog and the pilots weren't sure they could make the narrow landing. But according to black box recordings, Polish President Lech Kaczynski, head of the opposition party directed the pilots to do it was meant to be the launch of his reelection campaign. So there were cameras there which he knew, and he was very anxious to go under pressure, the pilots tried to make the landing. Instead, they hit a tree, killing all 96 people on board. The president's twin brother, the head of the nationalist right political party in Poland, same parties, the president He didn't like this story. It made the president look bad, more to the point. This is a terrible crash very near to a place where a Nurlita generation of poles were murdered by the Soviet state. Because of that eeriness. People immediately began to speculate that there was actually a different, deeper story that perhaps the Russians caused the crash. Perhaps there was a bomb on the plane. And conspiracy theories began to proliferate online. The president's brother, Nijinsky began openly alluding to them. Kaczynskis Law and Justice Party made unraveling the Smolensk conspiracy. It's key campaign promise once you had bought into their idea that there is a secret conspiracy, possibly involving the Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Possibly involving the Russians, and that lots of people high up in the state were implicated in some great big secret plot to kill the president. If you believe that Then you can believe a lot of other things. The point was to get people to believe in a kind of alternative reality to doubt institutions to doubt that the government was telling them the truth, and that was absolutely an attempt to help win an election, But it did more than carve out a new electorate. It created new divides in Polish society. Where one's Polish politics were split between Communists and anti communists around economic policy. Now it was over a vision of history. It was how you see Poland's place in the world. And whether you think secret dark forces air trying to undermine your country and whether you know you need to elect a government of Patriots in order to make sure that doesn't happen. Where you fell on that dividing line affected how you would vote and how you would understand politics for the next several years, And so when line justice one in 2015 it spawned a new kind of power a power based on the willingness to embrace the myth. They fired large numbers of Polish civil servants. Polish members of the foreign service. All kinds of people who work for the government also leaders and board members of state companies and they replaced all of them with people whom they were sure we're loyal. And one element of the loyalty test was belief in this Molinski myth. Smolinski conspiracy implied that there were dark, mysterious forces continuing to try to manipulate and undermine the Polish nation. It also drawn the larger story of a Poland continually attacked by outsiders and the valiant Polish resistance to threats past and present line Justice Road that narrative electoral victory. And then wrote its electoral victory to further consolidation of that narrative in service of Polish nationalism.

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The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

On the Media

10:04 min | 4 d ago

The rise of Poland's far right has important lessons for Americans

"Election of Donald J. Trump. We in the United States have become accustomed to a degree of fabulous. Um I've done more for black Americans than anybody. With the possible exception of Abraham Lincoln, the president, self aggrandizement provides the framework for his alternate reality. We have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900 Deaths in a single day. You have the numbers place because I heard we had the best mortality number one low mortality, right? We are being given something I can't recall in my lifetime, a choice of realities. One that is mostly regarded as evidence based and one that you might call faith based that faith being in Mr Trump In either case, you have a sizable cohort to back you up. Truth has been displaced in many quarters by rage and fear. Over the past four months, we've had many opportunities to observe the impact of paranoia. When deployed by a fantasist in the White House in Arizona Man died after taking Clara Quien, his wife said that they heard about it from Trump's briefings. Are you gonna allow the government to tell you you have to wear a mask? Some believe these mask orders go against their freedoms will protect. All right, I will know asked me and I will not pay for antibiotics. Conspiracies of Sena numbers swell on Facebook and doctors warn, if left unchecked, they could undermine an effective vaccine. The death toll from the Corona virus pandemic has surpassed 150,000 in the United States. That's the highest number of fatalities in any nation by far. And accounts for nearly 1/4 of the recorded global. Told immediately after the 2016 election, I spoke with New York ER writer Masha Gessen, who, after having lived long under Vladimir Putin had some advice for anxious Americans trying to navigate the so called new normal. She explained that for the would be authoritarian, the lying is the point that the ability to create a reality flagrantly staring down conspicuous fact. Is a crucial component of building and sustaining power. And last fall boxes, David Roberts noted bluntly, where such a strategy left unchecked, could lead this sort of cultish, increasingly authoritarian movement takes over the country. In Russia and Turkey and Poland. Right's a disturbingly longer and longer list. We see countries that we thought were democracies devolve into this. In the U. S. So much has happened in the last few years that we thought would never happen. I think we should really loosen up our imaginations as to what can happen when a movement that is convinced that everything it knows and loves is in danger of falling apart movements that's thinking like that unconnected anymore to fax or reality. And got its hands on the power of the federal government is the basic recipe for democracy is falling apart. And so last fall on, the media producer Leia Feder reported on one of those places Poland, a young democracy teetering on unstable ground and where it's far right Nationalist government is intent on rewriting the nation's painful history. For almost a decade, Poland has been in the grip of a conspiracy theory what really happened when a plane crashed in a forest in western Russia, killing Poland's president and dozens of other government officials. The plane had been on route to commemorate another Polish tragedy, a massacre that had occurred in the very same location in 1940. 1973 documentary explored the mystery While the German army is advancing from the West, the Soviets crossed Poland's eastern front court in a method of Polish army collapsed, Um, surrendered. The victors, divided the country down the middle and imprisoned every soldier they captured. Russia took a 215,000 Poland officer Corps were never seen alive again. Many. What die near Smolensk, in a forest called catching after decades of opacity and suspicion on investigation in the early nineties, confirmed finally, that it was not Hitler. But Stalin, who had ordered the massacre. And so when, on April 10th 2010 a delegation of 96 Polish politicians and officials traveled from Warsaw to Smolensk. It was in service of remembrance and reconciliation. But what happened instead compounded the national pain. Poland's prime minister burst into tears when he heard the news today that his country's president was killed in a plane crash pilot tried to land in a thick fog at least twice missing the runway. And ignoring the control tower's direction to divert to another city. Not just losing the president of that country. The first lady, the ahead of the army chief of staff, the National Security Office head deputy Parliament speaker, the deputy foreign minister. It was a devastating national tragedy. What's more, the symbolic layering was undeniable. Ah, longstanding tragedy finally solved and a new one appears in its place. And yet, in the immediate moments and days after the crash, there was a kind of common shock. An Applebaum is a journalist and academic beast in Warsaw At the time of the 2010 crash, her husband was minister of foreign affairs in the Polish government, and there was pretty straightforward reporting. About what had happened. What was immediately clear There were people on the ground who saw the crash. So there was a kind of concensus initially about what had happened that it was a terrible Accident and that you know many people of value to the nation had died. But the story started to shift is the investigation into the crash proceeded. Investigators say pilot error was mostly to blame. It became clear that one of the causes of the crash was the fact that the pilots were under pressure to land. The president's delegation had arrived late for the plane. They were running behind schedule as they got closer to smell lens, which was even really an airport. It was a kind of airstrip in the forest. They began to be worried about the fog and the pilots weren't sure they could make the narrow landing. But according to black box recordings, Polish President Lech Kaczynski, head of the opposition party directed the pilots to do it was meant to be the launch of his reelection campaign. So there were cameras there which he knew, and he was very anxious to go under pressure, the pilots tried to make the landing. Instead, they hit a tree, killing all 96 people on board. The president's twin brother, the head of the nationalist right political party in Poland, same parties, the president He didn't like this story. It made the president look bad, more to the point. This is a terrible crash very near to a place where a Nurlita generation of poles were murdered by the Soviet state. Because of that eeriness. People immediately began to speculate that there was actually a different, deeper story that perhaps the Russians caused the crash. Perhaps there was a bomb on the plane. And conspiracy theories began to proliferate online. The president's brother, Nijinsky began openly alluding to them. Kaczynskis Law and Justice Party made unraveling the Smolensk conspiracy. It's key campaign promise once you had bought into their idea that there is a secret conspiracy, possibly involving the Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk. Possibly involving the Russians, and that lots of people high up in the state were implicated in some great big secret plot to kill the president. If you believe that Then you can believe a lot of other things. The point was to get people to believe in a kind of alternative reality to doubt institutions to doubt that the government was telling them the truth, and that was absolutely an attempt to help win an election, But it did more than carve out a new electorate. It created new divides in Polish society. Where one's Polish politics were split between Communists and anti communists around economic policy. Now it was over a vision of history. It was how you see Poland's place in the world. And whether you think secret dark forces air trying to undermine your country and whether you know you need to elect a government of Patriots in order to make sure that doesn't happen. Where you fell on that dividing line affected how you would vote and how you would understand politics for the next several years, And so when line justice one in 2015 it spawned a new kind of power a power based on the willingness to embrace the myth. They fired large numbers of Polish civil servants. Polish members of the foreign service. All kinds of people who work for the government also leaders and board members of state companies and they replaced all of them with people whom they were sure we're loyal. And one element of the loyalty test was belief in this Molinski myth. Smolinski conspiracy implied that there were dark, mysterious forces continuing to try to manipulate and undermine the Polish nation. It also drawn the larger story of a Poland continually attacked by outsiders and the valiant Polish resistance to threats past and present line Justice Road that narrative electoral victory. And then wrote its electoral victory to further consolidation of that narrative in service of Polish nationalism.

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Countries offer help to Lebanon following massive Beirut explosion

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00:58 sec | 6 d ago

Countries offer help to Lebanon following massive Beirut explosion

"To help Lebanon cope with the aftermath of the massive explosion that killed at least 135 people at last count. And injured more than 5000 others as NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports. The blasts flattened buildings, crushed vehicles and left city streets covered with shattered glass since Lebanon's prime minister made the appeal for countries to help heal Lebanon's wounds, offers of aid have been rushing in France says it's sending dozens of emergency workers, a mobile medical unit and 15 tons of assistance. The office of President Emmanuel Macron says the aid should be able to treat about 500 people. Children is also sending a military field hospital and Egypt says it's set one up already in Beirut. Russia has pledged five planeloads of assistance and support workers and Poland, Greece and the Czech Republic are among the many countries sending rescue workers and sniffer dogs. To help dig through the rubble in search of the missing Ruth Sherlock. NPR News on Wall Street stocks closed

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How to Generate a Weekly Flow of Inbound Client Leads with Tom Poland

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:38 min | Last week

How to Generate a Weekly Flow of Inbound Client Leads with Tom Poland

"Tom. What's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. Who was that fire nation? Some, that's kind of interesting. The most people don't know is that in September. Two Thousand Sixteen I had a brain hemorrhage and fifty percent of the people had this particular type of brain damage die. And there's another forty one percent that apparently brain damaged and I had three the suck us over ten days. I survived a thriving y that is something I definitely did not know in you are thriving Tom and fire nation. That's exactly why we brought him on the Mike today because as I shared during the intro in talk about generating a weekly flow of inbound new clients leads in. Tom, you've written a trilogy of bestsellers on lead. Zoology. So let's start with you sharing the benefits of Liza algae. Best Way I can do that is paint a picture. So let's let's the picture what changes in your life when someone puts this place is pretty simple. Let's let's take. Let's take Monday morning you wake up you sipping coffee, you open your laptop. Tablet using. And you see. Bookings that have come in from people who are highly qualified who WanNa know more about working with you. That's the scenario and you have message. You haven't had to follow the miles that had booked time to have a talk with you about becoming client, and when you have that meeting was not going to be convincing designing GONNA be confirming because they've already created pre motivated prequalified in terms working they just want us to tell them that it's the right thing to do. That's that's the outcome. That's the benefit of lead dodgy I mean fire nation that's the dream I. Mean You WanNa create a business you want To create a system, you want to have the tools in place where you're waking up and having qualified people that want to know more about you, the one Qassim, your content that want to work with you, and now you've made quite a distinction Tom between marketing and selling. So I defined the two and then break down this distinction marketing is where we generally and selling us where we can better and as someone quite said, nothing happens in a business still selling salt until you've got a prospect and you converted. That person into a Klein and they pay some money we don't have anything we we can't do anything. We can't do our research development county supplies we got by a south. So true nothing happens in a business something sold, but nothing is sold until leads generated. So lead Gen is at the point of the pointy end of any business if you're not generating leads and if you don't have predictive control of the generation of not only the quantity of the caller slates, then you future is blitz. That's is precarious. To say the least. So let's make that distinction between marketing and selling. I mean you just went ahead and kind of define the to what the differences are. But what exactly do you want to make sure fire nation gets when it comes to their marketing and then when it comes to their selling like what's that process look like? So what don't want people to get is that essentially what Peter Drucker said the great management? Guru he said you know the goal of the goal of marketing is to make selling redundant. The way I said is that cell has what you have to do your marketing socks and I got my teeth selling life insurance as as a as a twenty one year old over four years ago I was selling life insurance I would make money morning and call people didn't WanNa. Hear from me. I had to be incredibly good selling because my marketing absolutely shocked. So. All the people go into the sows conversion courses in the south training courses and the whatever type of lettuce you know I'm twisting wise to close the Salad di. They all become redundant relevant. If you get ready your marketing because marketing is going to set it up. So that effective marketing, we'll set it up so that people want to actually work with you before you've actually spoken with him on at all and that that's the big distinction is at first of all inititally jet under control. Selling completely pointless. Now, under convert ride, you know leads coming to prospects and secondly when you get really good at marketing, you don't need to do and he's selling anyhow If if I've done the mocking right people aren't going to say to me well I to think about if I've done my marketing ride, people won't say Will County Florida done. My marketing ride people are going to be motivated and wanted to guys do consoles I have clients. is not about convincing because convincing selling it's about confirming because of done hopefully the marketing right in the first place.

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The 'Seductive Lure' of Authoritarianism

The Book Review

06:35 min | Last week

The 'Seductive Lure' of Authoritarianism

"And Applebaum joins us. Now from London, she is the author of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Gulag History and her new book is called twilight of democracy, the seductive lure of authoritarianism and thank you so much for being here. Thanks for having me, I want to start with a very basic language question because people are throwing around a lot of terms, these days, authoritarianism, dictatorship, demagoguery, autocracy, fascism, and sort of get to an understanding of what we exactly mean and what you need. Europe by authoritarianism. Book is about democracies really and it's about people and political movements in democracies who become dissatisfied with their own political systems and seek to change radically. And I. Agree with you that it's hard to sometimes describe what it is that they want to go towards whether it's a one party state or a liberal democracy or A. Not necessarily dictatorship. In which there's less openness and less competition, and so you know my book is about that. It's about the disappointment that some people feel with democracy and the draw towards more authoritarianism more centralized, less competitive, less open political systems. You're not so much concerned in this book with the specifics of the autocrats of our time, the Erdo ones and Putin's, and Orban's so much as you are with the people who vote for them side with them enable them. Why did you decide to look at it from that angle, but actually it's explicitly. None of book about voters I mean I think the reason why people vote for populist or authoritarian parties are various and I you know that sort of separate subject but you're right. It is a book about journalists spin doctors, intellectuals, and the people who sometimes help create these movements who create the ideas behind them, and then sometimes sell those ideas to the general public. Poorly I read about the because those are people I know not all of them are my close friends, but some of them are people have run into. The World I know and I thought it would be useful therefore for me to try and explain them in an an understand what happened to them over the last twenty years I wanted aired Juan because. About journalists and intellectuals he someone who and I think we could say this. About Putin von and others as well. These are people who have suppressed. The Press Ltd journalists closed down newspapers imprisoned writers who are the people on the other side who are the two of these other journalists and intellectuals who are supporting someone like Oregon. For example, in Turkey, will some of them are people who have become convinced. There's only one form of Turkish patriotism and that it's a nationalist form of patriotism and that anybody who has a different vision of Turkey vision of Turkey this integrated with Europe or a Turkey that secular those people are traders to. The country and their voices don't deserve to be heard. Some of the will have other motives. Some of them will be opportunists. Some of them will see the chance of if you get on the Government's bandwagon and you get on state media than its way to make a career, some of the will like the proximity to power. There's a range of reasons actually that's one of the themes of the book is, is the various different kinds of attractions that these kinds of movements have for people like that. So I'm probably betraying a little bit of my prejudice. As journalists and someone in the book world that the pamphleteer is the bloggers, the spin-doctors, the producer of TV programs in creators of memes. These are people that I can easily see supporting some of these autocrats I. Guess I'm interested in what circumstances in which countries it's writers intellectuals and and what's behind that I mean look they've always been nationalist intellectuals and intellectuals WHO and writers who supported dictatorships. well, into the twentieth century one of the themes of the book one of the kind of threads that I run through it is an analysis that was written in the first half of the twentieth century by French writer Julien Benda called it was called the clerks, the treason of the intellectuals, and it's a book about intellectuals who align themselves politically and who abandoned their search for truth or their object Tivi in order to be part of political movement. So this urge to do that and to be to play a political role or to be the voice sir to provide the ideas for movement is I mean I think it's as old as writing, public speaking itself. Talk about how you've seen that in Poland where you normally spend most of your time. So the book actually the idea for the book came from my reflections about the history of Poland. Over the last thirty years in especially some of the people who I felt aligned with in the nine hundred ninety s there was a kind of center right anticommunist movement that was I mean it wasn't ever cohesive, but it was the people within it certainly spoke to one another in the nineties who all had a similar vision of Poland and who all hoped for Poland it would be part of Europe and part of NATO and would be. Some kind of democracy. And connected world. Some of those people now have acquired a very different vision of Poland and they. Hope to pull, it becomes kind of Catholic nationalist one party state. They've been part of or supporters of a government that has cracked down on independent media and may be doing. So further that uses openly homophobic and anti Semitic slogans in its election campaigns and that I think worse of all really has sought to pack the courts in order to remove the independence of judges and the transformation of those people is one of the subjects of the. First part of the book, and again I think their motives are various I mean some of them are personal. They personally didn't like the political system that emerged in the nineties and two thousands and they they are. They didn't fight until they had a personal role in it. Some people felt police losing something they. They developed a stellar sometimes mythical nostalgia for some other version of the country that they preferred may have existed sometime in the past. Poland's cases to pre-communist past you know some of them felt that Poland was losing its identity as emergency urban there multiple reasons but the the overall impulse is one that I think Americans should be aware of too because the you know the attraction of authoritarianism, the attraction of the one party state or the attraction of liberalism I think can be felt in lots of countries including our own

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U.S. to withdraw almost 12,000 troops from Germany in sweeping reorganization

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

U.S. to withdraw almost 12,000 troops from Germany in sweeping reorganization

"Defense Secretary Mark Esper says about 12,000 U. S. Troops are going to be withdrawn from Germany. About half will return home while the rest will go to other European nations. President Trump has blasted Germany, claiming it fails to meet defense spending commitments for NATO. Esper says pulling US troops is not punishment. Moving forces out of central Europe, Germany, where they had been since the Cold War. Uh, since I first traveled during the early 19 eighties, and we're now moving, we're following in many ways. A boundary east where our newest allies are s O into the Black Sea region. We talked about additional forces into Poland and I think there are opportunities to put forces into the Baltics. However, some Republican lawmakers air condemning the U. S troop withdrawal and say it is a gift to

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Holocaust survivors urge Facebook to remove denial posts

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Holocaust survivors urge Facebook to remove denial posts

"Hello survivors around the world unending invoices to a campaign targeting Facebook head mark Zuckerberg urging him to take action to remove denial of the **** genocide from the social media sites the hashtag no denying its campaign uses Facebook itself to make the survivors entreaties to Zuckerberg hud posting one video per day those him to remove Holocaust denying groups pages and posts as hate speech videos are also posted on Facebook owned Instagram as well as Twitter Facebook says it takes down Holocaust denial posts in countries where it's illegal like Germany France and Poland well in countries which is not an offense like the US and Britain it is carefully monitored to determine whether it crosses the line into what is allowed I'm Charles the last month

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German court convicts former SS guard, 93, of being an accessory to murder at the Stutthof concentration camp

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

German court convicts former SS guard, 93, of being an accessory to murder at the Stutthof concentration camp

"Court has convicted a 93 year old SS former SS private of being an accessory to murder in the studio off concentration camp in Poland, where he served as a guard. In the final months of World War two Bruno Day was given a two year suspended sentence by the Hamburg state court. He was convicted of more than 5200 counts of accessory to murder equal to the number of people believed to have been killed at studio off during his service there in 1944

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Trump's tanking in the polls

Campaign HQ with David Plouffe

21:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump's tanking in the polls

"Anzalone, welcome to campaign HQ David Blah always good to hear your voice. Yeah, you and I met I back in Iowa back in the eighties, not to date ourselves, but the answer. Let me start with this. Let's talk about swing voters for minute. Obviously Joe Biden is doing. Incredibly well in public polls I'd assume he's also doing well in your own polling correct. Yeah I think that it's fair to say that. We're seeing a lot of what the public polls are showing that you know. This is in some ways I. Mean you've seen you've been through a lot of presidential campaigns, and as you said, we've been in this together for over thirty years, so we've seen a lot of historical data and quite frankly what we're seeing right in the public bowls and internal is. Is pretty historic right, so let's start with what we might consider. The Swing Voter Side of the ledger, and then we'll talk about some of the turn out registration targets, so you know you have been part of campaigns world. We Lost White Seniors by twenty points. We a static. You guys right now. white seniors or tied of which means with seniors overall your head. Talk about that like why is that? How much of that do you think it'd be maintained over the next fifteen weeks? I think that there's a couple of things you know. When we take a look at swing, voters There's actually like four really important groups that. You know everyone wants to compare how Biden's doing public Poland's with Hillary but what's really interesting about key group set of moved from sixteen. Is that Biden's not only doing much better and leading in most polling with Voters over sixty five, but he's leading with suburbanites. He's leading with independence, and he's leading with college voters, and so those are like four really important groups that not only did trump win, but is you know Romney won right and so listen? These presidential candidates. Have Different coalition I mean people like to talk about the Obama coalition in. It's important. But Biden's coalition, GonNa look different and clearly part of this started in two thousand, eighteen where we saw suburban women Super White Women College Educated Women but also college educated men really move. I mean take a look at Gretchen Whitmer who is a a a client of ours in places like Oakland County Right She also wanted to Comb County Reagan Democrats which is interesting, which also biting one in the primary, so we're seeing these swing. Voters these groups that Biden is bringing around that is different than the coalitions that we've seen. Seen in the past while at the same time narrowing margins within the Republican base with white voters and also rural voters, and keeping on par with our democratic base, right with young voters in women, and so You know when you, of course you know two thousand eight you. You saw this I. Mean when you are moving, and you have a moment, or if you sustain that moment, you tend to do well almost everywhere, meaning that even in the Republican base voters, rural voters and things like that, you tend to narrow the margins, and they're on margins. In tough places. Is just as important as doing well in some of these other swing areas. Now just specifically unseen Yars I. Listen, you know we see trump's jump rating just getting worse and worse on handling the coronavirus eppendorf pandemic clearly seniors Vulnerable the most at risk, and I think they're reacting directly to that risk in terms of feeling like he didn't get serious enough. He didn't listen to medical experts. He didn't have a plan and now with the kind of the surge feel like he's put his head in the sand and I think it's just cost him dearly with that largest age bracket the motor sixty five, and over the last Democratic presidential candidate to win sixty five and over. Is Al Gore so that Kinda gives you an idea. Of! How important this is! Yeah, reminded. Every election is its unique beast so on whether it's seniors suburban voters, you mentioned both college educated women and men Joe Biden right now, doing extremely well. Two questions for you John Do you think he's close to his ceiling there and the job really for your campaign is to maintain those numbers. Do you think there's room to grow? And secondly just how durable do think it is? Do you think that some of these voters are already locked in and is going to be really hard for trump to dislodge them? You get a feeling that where we are today. is very difficult for trump and listen first of all we should say we. We all have a collective PTSD right from two thousand sixteen, and so none of us are getting overseas, but at the same time you know you have to acknowledge the good polls because you know, there's a couple of things that are different from where Joe Biden is from past democratic nominees, including Barack Obama and and twelve. In that, he's also at fifty percent. Right at this point in time whatever what hundred four days and you know there's been no Democrat or Republican candidate you go all the way back to two thousand who's reached that threshold and so you know that's really import. The other part is is that Joe. Biden isn't scary to voters. I mean that's one reason he's leaving with independence. And if you take a look at I don't know the NBC Paul I think is is a good example or one of the most recent ones where I think it's the Fox foxhole. We're Biden is actually above water popularity. Naturally trump is underwater, but trump's very unfavorable is at forty seven percents, and binding I. Think is at thirty one. There's win been one thing that I think when they write about Joe Biden in the primary and the general election is the stability of his vote, right? It really hasn't moved that much. I mean trump's has moved down during the primary I mean. We're biden kind of started at the beginning. He ended at the end. It was very stable. Other people moved all around, but Joe Biden was incredibly stable and I think. Think that we're GONNA see that same dynamic here and we have really in the last several months. The Joe Biden's vote has been incredibly stable it's in a couple of points to the fifty percent mark. trump has moved down right and that is that is a good thing but the stability is important for Joe Biden. One is how voters view him and to how voters view trump. You know there was the I think it was the B. Poll that showed fifty percent of voter said there was no chance at all that they would vote for trump, and so your question is you know, will biden's numbers remain stable, and there just seems to be a universe of voter that is completely cut off from trump and it's because of how people you him prior. Let's think about this. Let's dissect prior to the pandemic. People you know we always heard the same thing. Whether it was you know for for Biden. Her for US Senate race for a congressional race. Is that people disliked? His behavior is tweeting his bowling. He was a jerk They basically just didn't like him as a human being, but hey, you know it's not like some of his agenda and his policies. They like how he took on. The median shook things up in Washington, DC. Now they're problem with him. Is Not only behavior how he reacted in a protest and things like that doubling down. Of Racism but their main problem is. Is that they feel that he failed the leadership test on the three crises, whether it was the health and crisis, whether it was the police brutality protests crisis, and now the economic crisis, which is hurting his economic numbers, and so they're now viewing him His biggest problem isn't just his behavior which they haven't forgotten. It's his lack of leadership or his mishandling of these crisis, so three and a half years in their judging him president. President. They're not judging him as a personality. That is his biggest problem right now, and you know I don't think that you know that's going to change. I think that we have a couple more crises potentially coming very soon, college kids and K. through twelve kids start going to school and mid August and you know it's GonNa be It's going to be really a a really tense time. I think it's GonNa. Be a problem for a lot of communities, a lot of states, a lot of holds and that is the problem. They're going to squarely put. On trump because he didn't take this series at the beginning, you didn't listen to medical experts. He didn't have a plan. And that's a problem I mean. We have more crises coming quite frankly. Yeah, now that's that's a great point and your point about his very under favorable I mean if he's sailing into voting time in late September and October with forty seven percent, unfavorable lombardo grounds He's really up against a wall there so John. I, think one of the mistakes. Sometimes you can make whether it's politics. Are Businesses your opponent? Your competition does something puts. Puts out, an ad or new strategy and you know you're like well. That's dumb and of course I've learned like you better. Take a minute and think through why they think it's smart right, but on this suburban thing what what strikes it's almost like trump got a briefing saying you're hemorrhaging the suburbs and he's like Ooh I. Know what I'll say. I'M GONNA say Joe Biden is going to destroy the so like. Do you see any evidence that that tactic which seems to be front and Center for trump, and his campaign now has any chance of succeeding. Listen I think that you know you and I have been through a lot of campaigns, and when you're in a campaign where you're behind, and you're behind eight or ten points, what do you do you just kinda start throwing things at the wall and he tends to throw things at the wall I. Mean You know in one week? He's hitting us on. China I mean all paid TV the next week. He's in his on. You Know Nafta now. Now, he didn't on defunding the police and so they try a lot of different things out right but the fact is is that trump was up on TV in the battleground states for a couple of months prior awesome. You sure what the number is, but I think it's close to fifty million dollars. We never saw the numbers. Move I. Mean you see that in the public calling right? I mean our numbers actually got better. His numbers got worse even though he was on TV by himself and very high levels as well as with his allies, and so you know now. We're on TV. So now we're in a position to you. Know have our own message. Ever Own Voice of voters see what Biden's about What's his agenda and his vision and again we don't see any deterioration a matter of fact, if the last ten days are any indication and again we don't you know. We don't get over our skis on this but the. The. Number of polls have showed this in double digits. is a good place to be. It doesn't mean that we're not gonNA work hard doesn't mean we don't take anything for granted. We know that we just gotTa fight for every vote and we know that it's going to get closer because that's what thing, but that's just. The natural physics of presidential races but I think that again it goes to the opponent meaning Joe Biden. clearly isn't Hillary Clinton. You were talking about very unfavorable in two thousand sixteen. Trump's very unfavorable was forty seven percent, and Hillary's was forty five percents, so there was a lesser of two evils dynamic. Going on, you always see this kind of analysis of what they call double haters, people who dislike both candidate. Well you can't call them double haters this time because they are. They hate trump, but they just kinda just like Joe. Biden are they dislike politics? Right is so his very unfavorable with that group is you know literally I? Think it's a quarter of trump's, and he wins that group by forty plus points depending on the pulled that you see, and that's actually really important again. They don't see Joe Biden scary. They see him as a compassionate relatable. Guy you know they keep the fact that he's lunch Pail Joe and he's a guy. WHO's GONNA look out. For Working Families and he is, you know someone that one. The trump and their allies throw punches. you know they? They're not sticking like their sticking and past presidential campaign. Right, so I WANNA. Talk about filling in the blanks on Joe. Biden, what you guys have started to do, but I want on I. WanNa talk about battlegrounds from and so you made an important point. which is you know when you've got momentum? Momentum in a campaign particularly national campaign. You see you see you see progress everywhere. It's just not in a particular state or region, so I a couple of questions one. Are you seeing with swing voters in particular? Are you seeing the same strength for Joe Biden in the south in the Midwest and the West and I guess secondly I would've thought. Let's say ninety days ago hundred twenty days ago, trump's floors, floor and battlegrounds. Forty six. It looks like it may be lower. So what do you think is I? Mean I agree with you that you know when you see a poll right now. That shows Biden fifty forty. You know the other ten percents gotta go somewhere. And you know probably more of that comes to trump it goes to you guys because you're bumping up against a pretty pretty good and healthy ceiling, but I'm curious kind of what where? Where you see both, is there uniformity in terms of the movement across the country and secondly kind of? Where do you see trump's floor now? Yeah, well, I do think that there's again. We you know you can talk about Joe Biden's feeling, but really when you look at it, historically all the way back to two thousand is just presidential candidates ceilings I mean there's not a lot of presidential candidates who've gotten over fifty percent. Who won right and so the fact that we're in this divided country and there are third party. Candidates who siphoned off universe. Hopefully it won't be as much as two thousand sixteen, and we don't think that it will be but the ceiling is is is almost as close to fifty or a little above for almost everyone right I mean that just kinda historically has how it's happened. Happened in the battleground states like you, you say whether it's Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Florida Arizona I, mean he's having trouble getting to the mid forties right I, mean he in places like Michigan and Pennsylvania in Wisconsin in the real clear politics or the fivethirtyeight average of polls, he stood at forty, one and forty two percent now Florida in Arizona and in North Carolina or Kinda GonNa Act like Florida. And North Carolina in Arizona, they're they're always going to be tighter. Right I mean like Scott Ours no always says Florida tight and that's true now we haven't. You in a lead that's above the margin of error. That hasn't happened very often. That, you and I have done enough Florida. politics polling to know that that is a state that tends to tighten up again. I think that we have. An advantage there because of how we're doing with seniors, and we're competing David I. Mean you know it's like this campaign is going to look a lot like you to you like two thousand eight because of where we're competing? The balanced expansion. In the media markets in Florida, well, where do you WanNa? See I mean I. Remember Two thousand like it was yesterday we were. We were up on TV at high levels. Competing with McCain wear Panama City Talahassee. Jacksonville Gainesville, we were fighting the fight in the panhandle. Right and you know. I mean protect protect I four and all that type of stuff. You GotTa do well Miami Dade Palm Beach etc, but when you see a campaign competing against the Republican in the Republican areas That's what you gotTA. Do to win a place like Florida, and a lot of campaigns often have to make the cost benefit analysis, or make the bad decisions, and this campaign, because it's been under great leadership and the reason, a lot of money gives you the ability to run the race. You need to run to win, right? So I want to just ask you quickly third party because you mentioned it and you live through this horror in two thousand sixteen, where trump could win states like Wisconsin with forty seven point two percent of the vote because the third party vote share was. Higher than historical averages right now in your research and it seems to be true in public research. You're seeing that those numbers may revert more to two percent or less that we've gotten used to write, and that's huge because your ceiling is higher than trump's. I would guess at this point right and so I think that I think that this is how I look at that and you know I mean when you pull when you add third party candidates two point, they always get more on the pole than they actually do on election day right I mean. That's just kind of the dynamic, and so you know you have to. You have to test things a bunch of different ways. But I think there's one thing that we all kind of instinctively know that in two thousand sixteen. There were how a lot of voters Bernie voters etc. WHO stayed at home? WHO VOTED FOR GARY? Johnston voted for Jill Stein and ninety nine percent of them who vote did one of those three things were ninety nine percent. Sure that Hillary Clinton was going to be president, and so they were doing a protests about. those voters now know what's at stake. And they're You know their their enthusiasm. If you will to get vote or get, trump out of office is incredibly high. It's an incredibly intense, and so I think that that dynamic and quite frankly Bernie Sanders and his campaign and the Joe Biden and his campaign have worked together on a plethora of issues. will make the dynamics here much different so we don't see that bleed, and and internally we see we see that you know. Joe Biden just has better with Bernie Voters Than Hillary Clinton did in two thousand sixteen well does tighten up. That's going to be such an important dynamic. So, You mentioned You know the Biden campaign. has a very expansive electoral map again. Something we might not have expected months ago. and you know those are pretty weighty decisions. You're involved in those decisions with General. Molly Dylan and Donald other leadership in the campaign, but John when you think about the places that look now plausible. Not Win them, but you know Georgia in other poll out in Texas today publicly had Biden Upright one Ohio Iowa those are likely not going to be in. My view is two hundred seventy electoral vote, but do you think there's a scenario where you could get surprise? Where maybe you don't win in north, Carolina and Georgia, or is there really a stack ranking on these states? Well as you know, there's always a stack ranking and you were at the you know. Know Genesis in two thousand twelve of analytics right, and so there's a there's a lot of simulations things that you know you and I didn't learn about growing up in this business and there's and there's tipping points, states and things like that. I think that at the end of the day again. The leadership of this campaign is incredibly focused and disciplined, and you can see where we're buying TV. It's public and it's always you know reported on. You know we're very focused on the six battleground states, and you know until you know, they move on to another state. We will be focused on those six states in a very disciplined way, because that is the ball game I think that what's difficult for trump is that he's not only communicating in those six days. He is playing defense right now in Ohio and Iowa, so he is spending a lot of money in Ohio in Iowa. Just protecting himself he's also up in Nevada right, which I don't understand, but you know, right. Right and so she's the one that is actually expanding a lot of money. and I can't say in an undisciplined way. He is in trouble, so he has to expand his hip protected. He has to expand but right now. the Joe Biden campaign is very disciplined and very focused and you know will there be expansion states. You know there's a big map on the wall just like there is you know in two thousand, eight and twelve and sixteen, but you gotta be careful, and you have to be very analytical about doing that.

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Pompeo Warns Energy Majors Over New Russian Gas Pipelines

The Frame

04:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Pompeo Warns Energy Majors Over New Russian Gas Pipelines

"United States efforts to stop Russia from completing a pipeline that would funnel natural gas to Europe. At a press conference Wednesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo threatened sanctions against any individual or company that helps complete the Nord Stream to it's a clear warning to companies aiding and abetting Russia's malign influence projects. I will not be tolerated. Get out now. Or risk of the consequences. Jennifer Start with the basics. What are we talking about? And why is the us opposed to this pipeline? Sure. So the North Dream, too. Is this gas pipeline? It's a Russian gas project. It's basically this long pipeline that's going to carry gas from from Russia to Germany and Central Europe. It's being built by a company that's owned by by Gazprom, Russia's state run gas company. And it's basically you know Russia's attempt to you know. Broadened its reach into the European gas market on the U. S, on the other hand, sees it very clearly as a Russian attempt to exploit European dependence on Russian energy. And, you know, sees this as a threat to the transatlantic alliance and things like that, and making Europe kind of more beholden to Russia. On DSO. So that's kind of the basics here on DH. What's going on is that the U. S. Has essentially threatened to impose sanctions on on any companies that are helping Russia build this pipeline. So So again, while this is being built by Gazprom, the Russia gas company half of the funding for the projects is actually coming from five European energy group so Shell you Nipper, Om VI and several others. And so the U. S. Is essentially threatening to impose sanctions on these companies for helping Russia and you know, it's It's very much the US trying to kind of push Russia back. You've heard President Trump say this many times, you know, criticizing Germany directly and Angela Merkel for you know their dependence on Russian energy. And so it's very much part of kind of that that push but at the same time, you know this is this is throwing up very clear rifts between us and its European allies. Because Germany very much wants this pipeline to go through. Yes, they're dependent on Russian gas, but They are dependent on Russia. Guess so. They need it right. So so if it's causing some very serious riffs in the transatlantic alliance, even though the kind of point is too Help improve the transatlantic alliance. So it's this really big rift and it's not really clear what's goingto happen because if the U. S goes through with this, they're essentially sanctioning European companies, which is a huge You know, kind of escalation. The US sanctioning companies in Allied countries, Literal Allies, Treaty allies, and so it's It's a really big deal. You know, I recently back when we were still allowed to travel in the before times spent a few days reporting in Poland and it was a huge conference topic of conversation there. Poland Being a very close ally of the U. S not wanting You have North stream kind of go through it, and it would have to you. And so it's a very huge, huge issue in Europe. Even though most Americans probably don't even think about it. Give us some context. David about you know why this pipeline is so important to countries in Europe. So basically, Russia is guaranteeing of steady and relatively cheap flow of energy into Europe. So this is you know something that Angela Merkel has signed off on despite some skepticism in Germany, and certainly lots of skepticism in Washington, and they've already made this decision to do it right. The project is most of the way done and so that you know, there's a lot of frustration in Europe with with the US trying to derail this project that's already Ah, a lot of the way complete. But then there's just the same frustration in Washington saying, Hey, we warned you about this. At the very beginning. We said this was a bad idea and you kept doing it, so it has been a kind of it's been a thorn in the side of You know that relationship for four years now? Really? And Trump has particularly enjoyed. I think calling out. Angela Merkel is someone who had taken a tough line on Russia. Over Ukraine but had not over this issue. So he points out the hypocrisy there. Wanna quickly touch on another story out

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A Little History- Based On A True Story

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:13 min | 3 weeks ago

A Little History- Based On A True Story

"They were talking about. Songs that are based on true stories. And, What's interesting about this subject? Is that a lot of times? When you see a movie that says based on a true story, it literally might have one aspect of an event that they base it on, but when it's the song, it's actually a it seems like it's more valid. There's more. There's less at stake. That film. And there's more accuracy than movies claim to be sometimes. So. We're covering I. Think they're seven songs here I realize you probably left went out and he did it on purpose. Which one would be the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon. Lightfoot Never bring that up in polite society, his based on a true event. It is one of the worst songs and don't get me wrong. I like Gordon Life. She said it. You heard it here. I like Gordon. Lightfoot care that song is. What are the worst songs ever anyway? please understand with some of these things like my very first one. There's literally no way I can tell you the entire story, so I'm having to kind of give you guys the abridged version, and so please forgive me for that, because the first one is waiting for the worms by Pink Floyd, which is about the Nazi death camps of the Holocaust. So right like starting right off the bat. There is literally no way in a single episode of a podcast. Can I explain to you the Nazi Holocaust? But what I will say is that there was this war called World War Two. In the thirties and the forties as we all know guys there. There's mass extermination and for years Jewish people and other other people like the Romani Gypsies. Homosexuals were sent to forced labor camps. And Ghettos and then this thirties in Europe, a yeah, and in nineteen, forty two, they were actually deported to extermination camps, or or other kind of forced labour camps, whereas like Auschwitz was was. A labor camp and the death camp we were there on. Didn't go on our honeymoon, but we went to. Visit Europe we went to Poland actually. Yeah, it was It was one of the most important things that I feel like I. Ever made us do I'm sorry, we. We were in. Leipzig, Germany for our son's graduation and. We decided that since we were so close to Poland, which was about? It's about a six hour drive. Didn't turn out to be. Another story altogether. There's like one road to Poland. But we we rented a car. We drove to Poland. And we went to Auschwitz and. It, if you ever have the opportunity to go experience at, please do because it's one of the most important things you can do is to just be in that space and exist in that space. And just close your eyes and just feel. And it was one of the most. I hate touching. But it was one those moments where I could feel the past. Choking me. And it's overwhelming. It's incredibly overwhelming and. Just, the the the size the scope the scale that they did things on. Were saying and it was a machine. And so. Auschwitz had. A cyclone be they would lead people into the gas chambers. Drop the cyclone being and. I think it would take maybe seven minutes, and then they would just go in clear the bodies. And put them into the. The furnaces and they're six camps that were purely extermination camps, and trebling was one of them that they didn't actually think. Treblinka existed because they had before. It, they had a chance to liberate. The literally tore everything down and planted trees. And they didn't think that it existed, but they found infrastructure like in the ground, and then they found mass. Graves and things like that well speaking of research on the Second World War the series. Band of brothers is probably at the top of things to see and my gosh episode I'm going to site. Is your favorite episode nine why we fight his capture, the discovery of this and the meaning of what it was, and they do a great job of sort of keeping in that time-frame, instead of looking back with the knowledge that we have now just imagine. Coming out of the woods in finding this. Cluster of buildings and there's barbed wire, and there's people and you're not sure what it is and I think they just did a masterful job catching the how these soldiers fell when they when they stumbled across this camp. Yeah,

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What Susan Rice thinks she could bring to a Biden administration

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:41 min | Last month

What Susan Rice thinks she could bring to a Biden administration

"I'm Jonathan. Kaye part, and this is Cape up in former President Barack. Obama's first term Susan Rice was the US ambassador to the United Nations. In the second term, she was Obama's National Security Advisor. Today Susan Rice as a private citizen author of tough love, my story of the things worth fighting for and under serious consideration to be Joe. Biden presidential, running name. Here what she has to say about that President Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, and whether the president is a national security threat to the United States in the Special Cape Up Life episode right now. Welcome back for the third time to the Cape Up podcast embassador Susan Rice welcome. Thanks so much great to be with you. So leery about one minute before we came on air here, there was breaking news that trump administration drops plan to deport international students in online classes, and your reaction was to applaud explained chance. Well, it was such a misguided. Stupid. Decision that they took in the first place. International students are critical part of our university structure. Our college campuses they bring talent. They bring diversity. They bring resources and to lock them out, simply because their campuses have decided by virtue of the pandemic they need to. Conduct classes, online in the fall was just calloused an. Extraordinarily counterproductive I haven't had a chance to read in detail the reporting on it, but it looks like. The trump administration saw their effort to defend this policy in court was unlikely to succeed and they backed down. And it seems to be a victory for our colleges and universities are students across this country and across the world, because so much of our appeal, our competitiveness, our soft power depends on people around the world, wanting to come here and learn and study bring their skills and talents. So this is a good day. Ambassador. Let's keep talking about foreign policy. Originally, I was going to start this interview talking about the election in Poland and the news of the reelection of Poland's president. Duda and he's an ally of president. Trump's and a supporter of the right wing Law and Justice Party he's been condemned by the e, U and democratic watchdogs, and just wondering how if you think president trump's behavior in the farm policies space his support for leaders like Duda, as contributed to the rise of illiberal nationalist in autocratic regimes around the world. Well certainly legitimize the rise of elected autocrats, and we see that increasingly. Parts of the World Poland is the most recent example it's unfortunate because Poland is an important part of NATO an important part of the EU, but it is moving in a direction where it's values, and its approach are completely out of step with the other members of the alliance and it it suggested. Particularly, when it comes to the EU. Their position could be in jeopardy down the road if if there is a further move towards anti democratic policies and structures. Ambassador is it possible for the alliance to even survive if the super in the alliance, the United States doesn't even bother to champion those small D, democratic ideals that have been the cement for Alliance for more than seven decades. All the NATO alliance is under duress. Because of president trump's callous disregard for the purposes and the interest of this alliance, our alliance with NATO is built on common values, but it's also built on interest that we stand together as North American allies North Atlantic allies. And Atlantic. And Europe broadly to counter threats to our sovereignty and territorial integrity is in alliance at which come chiefly from Russian. And when the United States, Questions the value of our lines turns it into a transactional arrangement when president trump decides to unilaterally withdraw third of our horses from Germany without even consulting with the German government and calls our adversaries from Russia to China to North Korea while putting our allies in a very difficult position, it does great damage to the alliance in that's one of the many reasons why we need change I don't think NATO, and our leadership role in the world can withstand for more years of Donald Trump. And, that's why we need change, and we need leadership in the form of Joe Biden who comes out of the bipartisan American tradition of supporting our alliances of understanding who our friends are, and who are adversaries are, and that our leadership and our strength in the world is enhanced when we can bring partners and allies with us.

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Rabbi Avraham Grodzinsky: The Exemplar of Slabodka

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

04:17 min | Last month

Rabbi Avraham Grodzinsky: The Exemplar of Slabodka

"Rack Density T. was the last head of these slutty sheep in Lithuania he was the primary disciple of the altar of Slovakia, and he served as his successor when the Altair wanted found a branch of his yeshiva in Israel in Roane. He sent his primary disciple Rome to establish it. And after the she was established. They switch places. Rotherham in St went back to Slovakia too heavy Sheva in the altars place, and the altar when Israel to head the yeshiva in. Ron Robot headed these Sheva in Slovakia until World War broke out, and even led a cadre of students in the governor ghetto under ghastly conditions. With the destruction of European Jewry in the Holocaust, we have to always remember that a vibrant world. Of the Lithuanian Mercier Sheva expired with European jewellery. Of course, the great she votes were resurrected after the war. But they are a shell of their PROGENITOR HIS GLORY If you WANNA study about what the pre warship world was like. Rabbi gratuity is an exemplar of the glory and the greatness of that lost world. He was a man of unmatched nobility, even aristocracy. person of flawless sterling character, a man of unparalleled intellect. A man who also sadly lived a life replete with tragedies, suffering all manners of pain and suffering punctuated by his macabre murder by the Nazis on the twenty second day of Thomas Nineteen, forty, four, exactly seventy six years ago. As a DISCLAIMER WANNA point out the repre Ginseng tea is also my great grandfather, the father of my maternal grandmother so for me, this is especially personal and poignant. The syon of a long line of famous rabbis and scholars rub ever under aginst. He was born in Warsaw Poland in eighteen, eighty two his parents rabbi Yitzhak in high amount owed. Rigidity were legendary titans of the community in Warsaw they operated a home that was a veritable factory of Torah and kindness and hospitality to this I. wanted to share a bit about reforms, background and upbringing, but I was a little bit wary to talk about his parents and the kind of home that the operated because the stories are so fantastic so superlative that I imagined the audience will likely doubt they're autheniticity. Pledge to you, dear listener is at the stores, and I'm going to share about the garage St home in Warsaw are all documented by first party accounts his father Rabbits Hawk whom everyone called? Rebecca founded and ran a network of Sheva of Torah schools in Warsaw. He took care of young students like elementary school. He had thirteen teachers that he hired that he fundraise for that he paid for. He ran as Sheva. Sheva for high school age teams and advance the Sheva than even a Colo and advanced, tell Munich Institution for married scholars now this system it exists in most Jewish cities in the world today, but it was highly novel in Warsaw in the Nineteenth Century, and show organized fundraising for at all, and his wife actually cut for all the students every day on an average day. Their home hosted thirty guests for lunch.

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Poland election result: Narrow victory for conservative incumbent Andrzej Duda

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:28 min | Last month

Poland election result: Narrow victory for conservative incumbent Andrzej Duda

"President Andrew has won the country's election after a closely fought contest. Let's get the latest now. With bortles Warsaw correspondent Annabel Chapman get off. Annabelle it's. It's a very very very tight. Vote me does that? Is that in itself? Instructive? Does that tell us anything extra? It really shows that the country is very divided. The two candidates. Who Represent different different outlooks? I wanted. Then you know what what Marcus can we can we going then about? The direction the country's headed, and we know, of course as so often misses a narrative we see and a lot of countries that have populace in in charge. It's about relationship with external stay. organizations like the European. Union etc, D-. Can we now start to see the next steps that Poland may take even if it's slightly tentative well. Reelection Andrzej do the conservative president means that the country will continue going in the same direction as it has been going, which means a strengthening of the ruling party's grip on the stage in its democratic institutions under. The this is one of the key narratives I guess. If we look across the Western media the papers here in this country, lots of people we've spoken to. Is this deep concern about you know pressure being brought to bear on the? Judiciary areas like civil rights gay rights. and people said you know although they knew that do is likely to be return. They held out some hope that we could see some progress there, but it definitely doesn't feel that, does it? and. Hope that. Trust skied, Wilson was liberal woodwind, and even less my as the exit polls where being announced, there was still a lot of hope among liberal voters I was at the election evening. Mr Scope Skin W- also, and there were a lot of young people that who already holding out until the last minutes won't just to that point. Is there any prospect you think of any? Any contest contesting of the results as you said already very slim, and when the votes that marginally sometimes you can see these things to the the courts. Any is anyone you hearing that from anybody? I mean there will definitely be complaints filed to the cords. It's a question of how serious complaints are and how seriously they are taken by the courts because the cold saw. To some extent controlled by the ruling party now exactly. Could speak to you. Thanks for your time as always. That was Monica's Warsaw correspondent. Annabel Chapman with the latest

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Brandy

Dr Wilko's Campaign For Better Beverages

05:10 min | Last month

Brandy

"No Sir claritin liquor for boys port for men, but he who aspires to be a hero smiling mystery brandy in the first place. Brandy is most grateful to the Palette and then brandy will do soonest for a man. Drinking can do for him. They all indeed few who able to drink brandy. That is a power rather to be wishful than attained Samuel Johnson. Good evening and welcome to the bar. In the second of my series on the history of spirits I've chosen to investigate brandy. Typically drunk is an after dinner digestif. GRANDY spirit produced traditionally by distilling wine. The basics of distillation have been with us for a very long time, but it wasn't until the ninth century that it was described in the manner. We know today. Eventually, it spread to Italy on the rest of the continent of Europe. By the Fifteenth Century to began to be used all master still variety of basis into spirits. And slowly various national drinks from Volta to whiskey developed. Is Not entirely clear. Wine began being fortified into brandy. In some jurisdictions, wine was taxed volume, and by distilling the wine into brandy. It was possible to avoid tax and mix it with water afterwards. High alcohol content also made the wine travel veteran long voyages, and was therefore used a method of preservation. Anyone, who has visited a distiller can tell you. Aging in wooden casks can have a significant effect on the taste of distilled drink with the aroma of the casks, being drawn out by the alcohol over time. The name Brandy comes from the Dutch word, but I'm D- wine meaning the wine. The name is apt as most brandies made by applying heat originally from open flames two wine. While brandies are usually made from wine or other fermented fruit juices. Can actually be distilled any liquid that contains sugar. All the too quiet that the liquid bailout ferment and should be heated past the boiling point of water. Almost every country has their own national brandy, many of which are not made from wine. GRAPPA in Italy is made from grape skins. slivovitz in Poland made, from plums. Shoot you in Japan is made from rice and born in the united. States is made from corn. Brandy of course is better known as Scotch Whisky. That being said the vast majority of brandies are traditionally made from wine. It is not strange. Therefore, the best and most famous brandies tend to be associated with well known and well respected wine regions. The ALMANAC can cognac regions are among the most famous brandy produces. ALMANAC is the oldest brandy distilled in France and in the past was consumed Fritz therapeutic benefits. In the Fourteenth Century Prior Vitale. Full Cardinal wrote the detach forty choose. It enlivened the spirit. If taken immoderation recalls, the past memory renders men joyous preserves youth and delays senility. Cognac exhibits an abundance of qualities, fruit, subtle rumors wolf intensity, and above all complexity with thousands of flavors, all stemming from predominantly just one grape variety. While you will likely have heard of a few major brands such as running Mata. It is the variety and the small families that have been distilling with secrets passed down through the generations that make these spirits so interesting. Aficionados flocked to the region to obtain different vintages from a wide range of distillers who each have their own unique family history. You may have heard of Cherry Brandy as well. It is not as the name might suggest a fruit brandy obtained by distillation referred to in France's. Rather most cherry brandies in fact, liqueurs with most produces mass rating, their own choice of cherries with the bay spirit of vodka before the addition of other enhancing flavours. Unlike with Jin where a lot of innovation in recent years led to a boom in the market, brandy brands pride themselves on the tradition of the drink. However brand is still trying to align itself with younger drinkers as in some ways that previous marketing has set them up a drink for the sophisticated older drinker. This has led to the majority of the Brandy. Drinkers being in the fifties sixties older. Brandy is being positioned now with a view to find its way into the glasses of people in their thirties, who likely don't have to? Cantor sat at home and might not have considered the drink before. Spanish brandy well placed in this regard is not only is it often sell for a lower price than the more venerable French brands, but it has already started to innovate. Torres has begun to expand into flavored and spiced varieties designed to appeal more to younger ballots.

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Brandy

Dr Wilko's Campaign For Better Beverages

04:37 min | Last month

Brandy

"No Sir claritin liquor for boys port for men, but he who aspires to be a hero smiling mystery brandy in the first place. Brandy is most grateful to the Palette and then brandy will do soonest for a man. Drinking can do for him. They all indeed few who able to drink brandy. That is a power rather to be wishful than attained Samuel Johnson. Good evening and welcome to the bar. In the second of my series on the history of spirits I've chosen to investigate brandy. Typically drunk is an after dinner digestif. GRANDY spirit produced traditionally by distilling wine. The basics of distillation have been with us for a very long time, but it wasn't until the ninth century that it was described in the manner. We know today. Eventually, it spread to Italy on the rest of the continent of Europe. By the Fifteenth Century to began to be used all master still variety of basis into spirits. And slowly various national drinks from Volta to whiskey developed. Is Not entirely clear. Wine began being fortified into brandy. In some jurisdictions, wine was taxed volume, and by distilling the wine into brandy. It was possible to avoid tax and mix it with water afterwards. High alcohol content also made the wine travel veteran long voyages, and was therefore used a method of preservation. Anyone, who has visited a distiller can tell you. Aging in wooden casks can have a significant effect on the taste of distilled drink with the aroma of the casks, being drawn out by the alcohol over time. The name Brandy comes from the Dutch word, but I'm D- wine meaning the wine. The name is apt as most brandies made by applying heat originally from open flames two wine. While brandies are usually made from wine or other fermented fruit juices. Can actually be distilled any liquid that contains sugar. All the too quiet that the liquid bailout ferment and should be heated past the boiling point of water. Almost every country has their own national brandy, many of which are not made from wine. GRAPPA in Italy is made from grape skins. slivovitz in Poland made, from plums. Shoot you in Japan is made from rice and born in the united. States is made from corn. Brandy of course is better known as Scotch Whisky. That being said the vast majority of brandies are traditionally made from wine. It is not strange. Therefore, the best and most famous brandies tend to be associated with well known and well respected wine regions. The ALMANAC can cognac regions are among the most famous brandy produces. ALMANAC is the oldest brandy distilled in France and in the past was consumed Fritz therapeutic benefits. In the Fourteenth Century Prior Vitale. Full Cardinal wrote the detach forty choose. It enlivened the spirit. If taken immoderation recalls, the past memory renders men joyous preserves youth and delays senility. Cognac exhibits an abundance of qualities, fruit, subtle rumors wolf intensity, and above all complexity with thousands of flavors, all stemming from predominantly just one grape variety. While you will likely have heard of a few major brands such as running Mata. It is the variety and the small families that have been distilling with secrets passed down through the generations that make these spirits so interesting. Aficionados flocked to the region to obtain different vintages from a wide range of distillers who each have their own unique family history. You may have heard of Cherry Brandy as well. It is not as the name might suggest a fruit brandy obtained by distillation referred to in France's. Rather most cherry brandies in fact, liqueurs with most produces mass rating, their own choice of cherries with the bay spirit of vodka before the addition of other enhancing flavours. Unlike with Jin where a lot of innovation in recent years led to a boom in the market, brandy brands pride themselves on the tradition of the drink. However brand is still trying to align itself with younger drinkers as in some ways that previous marketing has set them up a drink for the sophisticated older drinker.

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"poland" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

13:26 min | 4 months ago

"poland" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"We need countries to take responsibility. China must regulate these wet markets. They are been there. I've gone into those markets myself. Taking pictures and looked at them. They are dangerous. I never saw any refrigeration. Any ice any hand washing the animals are slaughtered right there on the table or on the on the ground. They will sit there until somebody buys them. And you've got animals of every species you can imagine from around the world not just in China species that would normally never interact jammed in next to each other trading all of their viruses all of bacteria with avian influenza went over there you see chickens jammed is elevated about five feet high. The reason they poop which is a rich source of nitrogen. The pigs eat that the pigs poop and it runs into the aqua farms so that the fish have that nitrogen just. It's a petri dish. For how these kinds of things happen. And then I think we're just GONNA have to take seriously that there are risks and that we need to be prepared and we need to be prepared in big ways. You know almost every business I know in a new would understand this better than me Ryan they are. They have to shave expenses. Everything is just in time inventory and we have in. My opinion made the mistake of farming out way too much to China into other countries. Because we think it's cheaper well all those gains we had because we thought it was cheaper over. The last thirty twenty years are erased with something like this so we need to have a stable inventory. We need to have probably through our government store houses of the equipment that we're going to need if you're going to collect taxes from every American than you have to be able to provide in that time of need for every American yet seems like a reasonable request. Yes to you you know. It's easy to spend other people's money ineffectively. But if you are going to use those dollars then you ought to leverage them to their maximum potential if you know do that provide mass and gowns and gloves for our frontline healthcare workers. I have no problem paying taxes for something like that. I have problems paying taxes. And Finding out that it's been squandered or the people in the government have accessed information. I don't act on that to enrich themselves yes yes. I'm glad that you brought that up. Not Not somewhere. I had planned on going but it is disheartening to say the least choice words for this situation but when you you know you engage in insider trading based on patient that isn't privy to anybody else and you're supposed to be the ones protecting the public serving the public. Yeah there's a huge huge moral issue with that you know what we need is a wall of shame. Well I'm I'm I'm just worried. A lot of these people don't have any shame so it wouldn't do good good. You're probably right. I also think there's a level of arrogance and not just in our politicians like we're losing two now but even just just us in the way that we believe that nothing could ever happen to us in that is coming to to bite out but right now absolutely true One of the things I I'd like to do if if you like to go. This direction is is sort of talked to. What can people do in their families to protect themselves? That'd be great. That'd be deprecate so so the way I think about. This is the same way you would think about any war any endeavor. You're going to embark on you. Think about the context and what are can textually appropriate layers of protection. Okay so where? I live when nighttime comes. I locked my front door in back. Door two layers of protection. I closed my first floor windows. Second layer protection. I flip outside light on three layers of protection. That's all I need. You live in other areas of the country. You might have an alarm system for levels now you might have window bars five a panic button. Six layers of protection. So what is that for you? Based on where you live in your family's context you haven't older parent living with you a a child that has a medical problem and you do two things first of all. These are simple but they are profound. In terms of actionable items. You cannot get infected with this virus. It is impossible to get infected with this virus. If you don't breathe it in or introduce it into your body by contaminated hands so think what that means. When you're going to go out in public social distancing if need be you can make your own cloth mask. Does it work? It helps because you won't agree in. Yeah well you won't believe in those large respiratory droplets and it's more than anything. It's a memory aid to not put your fingers on your face. Second thing is handwashing if you go to Youtube and you look up Dr Poland Jimmy Kimmel. We do a skit on there. That shows people how to wash their hands. We put a substance on their hands. That's invisible but it glows under a black light and they're shocked at how poorly they wash their hands. And what you actually have to do. Hand Washing is the best. Second best is hand sanitizer. Now here's the problem with hand washing. I have never ever and just to be clear. Ever seen a layperson. Wash their hands properly but they all think they do so. That's the problem. The same thing applies to hand sanitizer. They think they know how to use. Hand sanitizer the ones. That work are the ones that are sixty to seventy percent or more alcohol. And you have to when you think about it. The riskiest thing in terms of touching contaminated surface and then infecting. Yourself are your fingers. Nobody washes the fingertips or uses hand. Sanitizer very well on your back. Yeah they they do something like this rather than than this and then rubbing into each individual finger and even using enough of it you need a quarter to half dollar sides of it to really coat your hands and let it air dry. Wipe it off on the hands on a contaminated towel after you get done with. It defeated the purpose of using right. So those are the two immediate layers social distancing a third that we do to protect ourselves then in your unique circumstances you decide what to do in my home. You don't enter my home until you sanitize your hands We don't leave a store without sanitizing our hands. Nobody comes into my home that sick or coughing or has a fever. Unless it's Mike Family member and then I will take care of her and we do the reasonable things that scientists tell us are reasonable to do and they work. They're really effective. I think a lot of people overlook this because of the simplicity of it. We haven't tendency of doing that if it's not if it's not complex and complicated and sophisticated than it it surely doesn't work. Yeah it's not high tech. Yeah Right. Now that's good feedback and something that I think is very important. I've got a friend here in Maine. They're they're a an apparel and lifestyle company all manufactured in the USA keys. Rash guards pants boots. That make a lot of different stuff. But the shutdown most of their operation in those things and they've started making these Fabric mass that go and grew sleeve that you can actually put some sort of a mask like either an ninety five or some other other type of mask. Do Greg's year good for them. Yeah yeah that's another good thing as we see in times of hardship we see people's true colors and we see how much good is actually in the world and how many people are willing to step up and exactly so it's a it's a war effort. We're in this together. Actually you you you you put your finger on some that. I've been saying where with this generation our generation. We have to move from me to we. And that's how we'll do best. That's how we always do best. That's why we're built for community. Well said well said Dr Poland. I want to be respectful of your time. I know you're going for a run here in the next several minutes and I want to let you get get onto your and do that Do you want to ask you a couple of questions? We left on one a little bit earlier. But what does it mean to be a Man? You know my first response to that is. That's probably in fact I'm going to do this. I am GONNA write that on a three by five card taped on my bathroom window because I think that's a question. I need to ask myself every day. I think that that's a profound though as simple a profound question for me a man. First of all analyzes himself knows himself. What am I strength in? What are my weaknesses? And then I work to correct my weaknesses and I have many of them. I'm a human being and I- falter. I got a recognize those be able to accept the consequences of those do better next time and I think by being a man like that you can then lead your family and again I think that is in the physical the mental and the spiritual realm and I I raise my children that way. They got to see firsthand. We didn't hide anything from them whether it's finances whether it's what I do at work what's happening in the military You know not scaring them inappropriately short I if they were young kids but I wanted them to to be realistic and I wanted them to see. Dad's working hard and dad's not going to be home right now for this reason and they grow up to be responsible adults so so. I think that that self knowledge that self management that mentoring is an important part of being a Man. You start with you you you move to your family to your God and then to your neighbor and your community and that's not always easy. I I recognize that I'm not trying to be pollyannaish. But you know a man. Shares out of his plenty. A man helps those who can't help themselves and a man recognizes that. That's a duty not something. I'm doing to get glory or Pat Myself on the back at a duty of a Man. That's really powerful. I really appreciate that perspective. Thank you very much thank you. Well what is the best way to connect with you stay in touch? I know you're putting out some video. Content sounds like on instagram with the help of Yawn. I'll have seen a little bit on YouTube. Where do we go to follow? Yeah I think if you go to instagram Dr Greg. Poland also a youtube channel. Dr Greg Poland. We'll probably try to do another instagram. Live Qna Ryan would have really enjoyed this with you. It's the first time I've gotten to meet you instead of just watching So I'd I'd love to do another show with you. Because things are changing and if we can get that information to listeners than they can actionaid information solidly and then another another time. Graham that would be grout okay and then another time like can come back and talk from the perspective of physician of. How do you take care of yourself and your family? What does that actually look? Like definitely yeah. I'd be honored to be able to do that as we wind down. I want to thank you for your time. Your expertise obviously your willingness and sacrifice to be on the front lines of this. I know this is a very is an interesting situation to put it mildly. And I'm glad to know there's people like you on the front lines willing to engage in and do something about it. Well thank you and thanks for helping to get knowledge out. That's really our best. Weapon is knowledge definitely and. I'M GONNA make sure to send an email and thank him for the The introduction and if he does that along as well and appreciate her sure all right thanks Dr Pulley already. Blessed blessing stay safe origins. There you go my conversation with Dr Gregory Poland. I hope you enjoyed that episode and I hope he found it useful. There was some new information that I had heard in there and quite honestly. This is one of my favorite podcasts. It was one of my favorite discussions over the past five years because we talked about something that obviously is very relevant and current and needs to be addressed now but then we went in different directions to that I thought was very insightful and also valuable to talk about so if you would make sure you follow me and Dr Poland on Instagram. He gave you his instagram handle. And where you can connect with him. He's actually gonNA come on and do an instagram. Live with me in in the coming weeks. So make sure you subscribed or following.

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"poland" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:12 min | 5 months ago

"poland" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"A doctor? Can I burn my two year old to our house in a neighborhood that has a pool a community pool? Obviously we're not touching any of the lounge chairs or anything but can I bring my daughter to the pool safely. If we're not touching you know we don't. We don't have any evidence that you know. Unlike something like polio. Back in the fifties or other water borne diseases that corona virus would be would be spread that way. The issue is this How likely is your kids to be in the pool and inhale water where I see people sneezing and coughing and water getting into their nose or mouth and they spit out into the water. How likely are you to come in con- into contact with that right away depends on whether the pools coordinated or salt water so? I personally don't think that's a great idea. I don't think it's very likely that you can sort of in a bubble walk into that community pool. Dunked yourself awhile in the water get out not touch anything not come into contact with anybody. I I just think. That's an avoidable risk factor. What are some of the best questions? You're getting what are the questions? Were not asking that we should one of them is just how serious. This is You know when you when you look at it Just two days ago in the US we had about thirty thousand cases. We've got almost fifty five thousand cases. Two days later we had four hundred dead. That's doubled in two days and I think people don't have a full appreciation that and this is a bit of a difficult concept but it goes this way what you're seeing now reflects events. That happened two to four weeks ago so we are not even at the peak of this thing yet so to begin talking about well. We'RE GONNA I. I've done this for two weeks. I'M GONNA start to relax. A little bit would be mistake because there is this two to four week lag period between people getting exposed getting symptomatic getting sick enough to no longer be outside or or expose themselves to other people and then finally have having to be admitted to the hospital. I think the other thing is this false notion. Younger people are not at risk. It's true that they're not dying. At the level people my age and older are but fifty percents of the cases in the state of New York for example are between the ages of eighteen and forty nine forty percent of the first twenty five hundred patients admitted to hospitals in the US. Were between eighteen and fifty so this this misperception that. I'm young I'm invincible. I'm not gonNA have any any particular problems. Just not true. How bad do you project this getting? Well it's really hard to know and I get asked that a lot in it gives me new of sympathy for the weather man but you know let me just give you the outside scenario. These are the speedy fees numbers. Okay not mind the CDC estimate is that if we do not engage in the strict social distancing handwashing everything we've talked about by December. We could have a hundred and sixty two. Two hundred million Americans infected with twenty one million of them sick enough to be hospitalized in two hundred thousand to one point seven million debt. So let's let's not fool ourselves. This is not just the flu. This is more serious than that. It is affecting People and being transmitted in growing exponentially it has not mutated in any negative way but it nonetheless causes considerable morbidity and mortality especially in the older people or people who have chronic medical problems. The one the one other thing I would caution against is you hear a lot of really Leaning statements about drugs that are being tried that worked in such and such disease etc. Please be really careful about that. These have to go through clinical trials before we know that they help and not cause harm just because the drug helps in one disease doesn't mean that it won't harm in another disease it has to be carefully studied first. Stugotz one last question for Dr Greg Poland. Yeah dock with all that being said and understanding the serious nature of. What's going on here? Should we be playing the Valero Open? Golf Talk I mean I don't I don't know a lot about that. I've hardly had time to watch TV or or hear any media. But I think the principle is this. You do not want to bring groups of people together where you're going to magnify and amplify transmission that we had all the founder. It's called Valero. It's like two of the top fifty in the world. I mean it's golf. We're not near each other. Give us your comfort is if you can maintain you know six to ten foot distance. Go for it yes thank you Dr. We appreciate the time all right guys. Thanks Duck yes. This is from Tiger King. Right here. I am told that it's lips thank you. We will get some facts on his documentary. We've got an expert coming on in ten minutes. Who really embedded himself in the life of all of these crazy people who are being featured in tiger king. Apparently this is a lot of lip. Synching though Mike Ryan and a lot of other people have been fooled by this guy. Singing voice wait a second. Yeah that's singing. Voice isn't coming out of JOE EXOTIC coming out of Joe Exotic. I refuse to believe then. Voice of an angel his lyrics define us in the next hour. We will find out why it is STU gods. His father yelled at him. And yes we will get to that in a little bit. But as I said we've been talking about this tiger king documentary. Put IT on the poll. Guillermo please at Lebatardshow did this thing. Not Get real for you until three hundred sixty five waffle house waffle house restaurant closed. But what are some of the things got you want to know because we've been talking about this Netflix documentary? It's about exotic animal. Owners big cat owners primarily and they're just crazy people crazy people we've never had. I think what's happening here is a lot of us are being enlighten to what this world is. And it's just basically the private zoo world and it doesn't seem like you can exist in and be any kind of sane. So what kind of questions do you want to know? Fr from this gentleman who has been immersed in all of these worlds for a while now and his super informed. Because we're GONNA talk to him in about ten minutes. Well I have to episodes to go so this could be tricky for me but I am interested. I want more information on this angel investor. And what happens with him? He apparently comes in to save the day to save. Joe EXOTICA I want to know if the EXOTICA EXOTICA an exotic erotica just did their Hashtag looking at him. Just looking at him. I understand why it is. You would arrive at that conclusion because he is as erotic as he is exotic right. I want to know if the animal reserve that wife. If she actually did kill her husband like Joe Joe Proclaim. She did many many times. They made a video about it. So I'm interested in that as well. Okay so again. It's it's part comedy and it's also about a murder attempt and possibly a disappearance as well that's next..

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"poland" Discussed on GroundTruth

GroundTruth

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"poland" Discussed on GroundTruth

"Rabbani pointed up to the sky and said you know be one. The woman was still confused but said you are not Catholic during the hearing or body was asked to explain some aspects of Catholic beliefs before he responded he clarified that he was not an expert in Catholic principles. The woman took this to me. That are binding was not Catholic flex. I explained that set and that she was like there's something wrong here and then she offers her hand and she said her name was so and so and so's associate pleased to meet you. My name is so and then the cap arrived and I. I'm really sorry I I wish I had been able to stay and have coffee with her and talk. I mean I I would not change her. But it could see that there's this. This exclusion inclusion aglietti alien was challenged at this moment. I think that's the only anyway we can try to avert what's happening in this country To show that we formed a community as well robotics robotics devotion to the cause may have led to at least one person we considering him as an enemy. Here we see the divide and conquer strategy failing on a personal human level but to this day. The government continues to cause rifts in the population most recently with our initiative to ban sex ED in schools across the country. Poland is just one more country we see democracy and with it basic human rights being undone on a daily basis sooner Hydara is a ground truth global reporting fellow with our democracy undone project you can read her accompanying written piece in the Atlantic magazine. They head to the ground truth project dot org to watch a Q.. And A. With Hydara she talks about how the Law and Justice Party uses social media to spread homophobic homophobic xenophobic message. There's also additional content for the entire series including explainer videos about the various leaders of the populist delist nationalist movements we've covered. Tell us what you think of this episode and give us a rating. Tell your friends. They can subscribe on Apple. podcasts God casts. NPR One spotify or wherever they listen. This episode was reported and produced by Yuna Hydara with editorial to`real support from Tracey Tong and Rob Rosenthal. Our senior producer is Mitch. Handling the Ground Truth Project editorial team includes Selena Gomez Josh Co Todd. Ching Wilson Libano Murray Somali and Kevin Durant the Atlantic magazine's global editor is per shot row. Aw This podcast is produced in partnership with W Gbh in the Atlantic magazine major funding for the season of the podcast comes from the loose foundation. Asian and the Macarthur Foundation. I'm Charles Senate. Executive producer of the podcast and founder of the Ground Truth Project which supports emerging journalists to do on the ground reporting in undercover corners of the world. Our Democracy on done series has reported on playbook strategies. Oh Jeez in. Six countries Brazil Italy Colombia Hungary India and Poland for the final chapter in the authoritarians orients playbook we turn inward the erosion of truth in the United States. I Donald John Trump do solemnly swear that that I will faithfully execute as Donald Trump took the oath of office and became the forty fifth president of the United States journalists role of covering the White White House and the presidency was turned upside down. It started day. One with the inauguration itself and the very first press conference this was the largest argest audience to ever witness an inauguration period both in person and around the globe through our press secretary gave alternative facts to that the point three politicians lie they always have but it seems to be a Goto strategy for the trump administration but spreading spreading disinformation has consequences long term consequences. which will shape how united these United States of America will actually be? How do we as a nation decide which truths are self evident? That's next time on the ground truth. podcast the last press run of a local newspaper. The vindicator indicator served readers in Youngstown. Ohio since eighteen sixty nine then on August thirty first. They're printing presses shut down and the newsroom closed ending legacy of family ownership in public service. 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"poland" Discussed on GroundTruth

GroundTruth

05:21 min | 8 months ago

"poland" Discussed on GroundTruth

"Any noise in the background which also made it difficult to find a quiet spot to record. Will I start by saying. I'm extremely proud of this document as a gay man because it's postal important for me. The document mark is referring to is the worst charter which the council passed in February. Two Thousand Nineteen the charter provides optional classes on sexual so identity and psychological support in Warsaw schools. Mary calls it a huge step. Forward especially in Poland. Were Gay rights minority he writes. Women's rights are often not respected finalist ballots in any liberal that The other liberal democracy is thought to be one of the Progressive Islands in the largely conservative Poland when the Charter was ratified all hell broke loose in other parts of the country. But what was the reaction when this document was ratified but right-wing parties and people were furious. We have many enemies of quality opponents. And this this attitude towards towards LGBTQ Wa rights as an area which pay rises our society a lot in big cities say. I don't think it's a problem to be an openly. Gay Person. People generally operate open about it and we have many straight allies regular people to support it but many regions of Poland's you can mobilize voters from making them afraid of equality of gay people and unfortunately really document we create. It has fallen victim to propaganda to organized smear campaign which had just one purpose to make people have rights and then making sure that people who are fright go and vote for the right wing parties. Mark explained the reasoning for drafting. The charter. This document is this aimed at bolstering human rights at increasing equality at protecting people against violence against inst- hey speech it will promote education. It will make children who identify themselves as long heterosexual tool can learn at school. But there's everything fine. We've done that. They can live happy. Lives this document was supposed to to make up for yes and yes of neglect. We see on the central level. So what happened next I. Well I A pro-government paper. Gazeta Polska started printing stickers that read LGBT free zone then conservative towns started declaring themselves LGBT. Free Zones it was according to attack on one segment of the population unfolding right before our eyes black cross over the Rainbow Rainbow that a symbol symbol of LGBTQ rights. If you're going to be picking up this Polish publication based in Warsaw next Wednesday while this is what you're going to have within the park and on this rising around the sticker that means LGBT free zones in a councilman Schultz. This tactic of divide and conquer was very effective effective and bringing the Line Justice Party to power in two thousand fifteen and that time the enemy was external. Many movements feed on people's fears so for example in two thousand fifteen law and justice decided to launch a smear campaign against refugees. That's time Europe was in the middle of the refugee energy crisis and even though there were no refugees and no there was no migration parlance that was just looked in east you entirely but by airing manipulated images from western countries by claiming that migration is going to destroy traditional values of the society. Diety such a such an effective strategy. They just decided that Spain needed new scapegoat new enemy that they can presumably fights. Let's protect from unfortunately turns out that sells you particularly. People are perfect for this purpose. Yourself kitchen ski one of the founders of law and Justice and the party's de facto leader has said that being gay is not part of Polish tradition. I'll put again. We want the main traditional stream of Polish Polish culture to be properly supported want this stream to dominate public identity. shed dummies poets. Double Down on this message earlier this year during a speech in in the central Polish town of. What's Me Mama Dot misbehaved? You must give not Gina. We are also dealing with a direct attack on the family on children children that comes with the whole. LGBT movement not fix it has to do with a certain type of ideology. Philosophy was born earlier in western Europe Cisco Poland. These are imported concepts mechanisms. Like do they have not to explain the source so Kaczynski views. We need to go back to when the party was founded and who had claimed to represent.

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"poland" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"poland" Discussed on On The Media

"The party retained national control but had not only failed to achieve a constitutional majority. It lost the upper house of parliament. This losing the ability to pass new laws lavisa the left-wing coalition went from having no so representatives in parliament to having forty five. Here's Yaroslav Quiz editor in chief of the centrist media think-tank Cutura Lebron. We have quite quite a new political narrative now that seems to be more pluralistic than for the last four years when we had only the opposition that was mainly from the camp of the previous government more or less center-right and at the conservative nationalist. Right from the low injustice. So now it it's more colorful crease. Give some credit to the activism of the Polish opposition but there's something else afoot right before the elections critique of politicians a a couple other organizations released a study called political cynicism the case of Poland which found that law and Justice voters are not entirely aligned behind the idea of unchecked majority for their party after the elections. I checked back in with eager. Who explained that? These voters are likely responsible for law injustices. Electoral setbacks backs more trust in political pluralism van in their own party so it is not the opposition or the opposition on voter alter who stopped law and justice from being a constitutional majority. It's a law and justice voter. Who stopped them? Turns out that law and justice photos like all voters very in the WHYS and wherefores of their party. Affiliation the so-called old Lon justice electorate the hardliners. Maybe it'd be motivated by their loathing for intellectuals Europe and urban elites but the new law and Justice voters those whose votes decided this election are largely in it for the money especially the government's ever expanding child benefit and in the run up to the most recent election yet more they announced they would distribute an an extra month's pension a kind of so-called thirteenth month to all pensioners and Applebaum in the end they got about forty three percent of the vote of which I'd say about half is is still true believers and half are people who liked the spending policy but obviously these popular populist policies. Come at a price. I mean it's come at the cost of investment. They've stopped investing in roads. They've stopped investing in the healthcare system. They're raising taxes. All of which calls into question how long this particular strategy will continue to pay off a lot and just voters are transactional and transactional. Voters can shift for a better deal or a better story. The ill liberal narrative seized and shaped by law and justice of exceptionalism and cultural encroachment. Much America's current White House story has served it well well. What's an effective liberal response? Maybe we should talk about the lots of so. Two years is the process of ups and downs. Because it would be less us. Mythical quiz is describing history not as the unvarnished glory of liberal democracy but as an ongoing effort to gain and retain freedom freedom we have the first generations of Poles that were born and brought up in their own independent state. Something like this did not happen since eighteen century century if something to be celebrated it is that I think now you have a lot of young citizens dot to Ooh not remember communism. I know that the communist past has been manipulated in a lot of different ways and particularly anti communist sentiment. I'm wondering if you you think there's value in actually reclaiming some of that communist past. I tend to think after all those experiments with political history that we should remember more that it was a political mistake of liberals to leave the historical issues to the right. What could be decision is stew rather to teach how complex police chief three in the Twentieth Century Wars and how we ended up eventually if this wonderful event event of entering the European Union and we should start to teach it to the new generations as a history that is very complex one and then maybe we could have some conclusions for the future? I mean I would not say that. We're definitely heading authoritarianism and Applebaum nor would I say that liberal democracy has one and we'll definitely beat this thing often. It'll be fine. I mean this this I think is now. What politics is the assumption that we had it finished with those arguments and that we'd all learn the lessons of the Second World War or whatever piece of history one point? Two was wrong so now we entered the stage in which we have kind of permanent bottle and skirmishes one after another. It's not going to be the world that would be over here. The it's like okay. So elections were won by illiberal but we should hope and work for the future and we should win next selections. It was foolish to think generation ago that we were at the end of history and it would be equally foolish to think that the story is done now in Poland Oakland as in the United States histories being wielded in service of opposing visions of the future and the question of.

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"poland" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"poland" Discussed on On The Media

"Given to the public prosecutor but rather to educators the PROBA- onset ignorance is education okay. The elections were won by illiberal liberal. But we should hope and work for the future and we should win next elections. It's all coming up after this from. WNYC in New York. This is on the media. Bob Garfield is out this week. I'm Brooke Gladstone. This month's impeachment hearings have laid bare the dynamic at the heart of our current political standoff former director for Russia and Europe. The National Security Council Fiona Fiona Hill the impacts of the successful 2016 Russian campaign remains evident. Today our nation is being taught to pass his questioned this information and the breakdown breakdown of truth. We see its effect everywhere so once you get to Ukraine you see the real problem is not foreign interference. The real problem is Clinton interference interference. There is boop coup as we say in Louisiana evidence that Ukraine tried to metal and the two thousand sixteen election. How can the same people people all last week in the mob and the media? He's so outraged. The president trump for doing. Nothing Zippo. Get totally completely ignored. The biggest slam Hamdan case that Hunter Biden it was making millions of millions of dollars serving on the board of a corrupt Ukrainian oil and gas company other prominent Republicans including the president. Continue to sow doubt and challenge established. And I still WanNa see that server the FBI's never gotten that server. That's a big part of this whole thing. Why did they give it to a Ukrainian company? Did that are you sure. They gave it to Ukraine. Well that's.

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"poland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Poland CBS news update I'm but Michigan and much more on Dorian is coming up on the CBS evening news at six here on KRLD the Surgeon General has a few warnings about smoking pot CBS's Steve Fetterman reports it may be legal in many states that doesn't mean it's totally safe to use marijuana no amount of marijuana use during pregnancy or adolescence is safe and Surgeon General drome Adam says the marijuana being used today is much stronger today if marijuana is far more potent than in days past when it comes to pregnant women the concern is how marijuana will affect fetuses as for teenagers science tells us that young people who regularly use marijuana or more likely to show a decline in I. Q. department CBS news Six Flags over Texas announces plans for a new attraction combining the thrills of a roller coaster with a water ride they're calling it aqua manpower wave CEO Steve Martin Dale says it will have a ninety degree drop a dramatic end a really unique features of this ride is that it ends in a gigantic splash it gets hot out here in the summer in in our gas and told us that you know they want cooler experiences in this is really going to be a cool right the new ride will be the fifteenth roller coaster at Six Flags over Texas banking regulations to care only listener mackenzie cool of mesquite she knew the answer to today's trivia question and was caller number ten the question was found in around eleven percent of all words what is the most common letter in the English language well the answer is the letter he of course so mackenzie you win a pair of tickets to see the Lumineers all my gosh they're everywhere in concert next may does seconds pavilion and you can play trivia time tomorrow afternoon at five forty four we check your money now for Texas mutual insurance China announced it is holding off for now and it will not respond to the latest terror of Saddam's by Washington with any.

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"poland" Discussed on One Plus One

One Plus One

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on One Plus One

"Next Trotsky takes aim at Poland Russia and Poland her at war and Lenin wants to impose socialism on the newly independent country by force, this democratic Poland is a wretched Poland a nation created by the imperialists for their own ends. We will give Poland to the polish workers and peasants. Trotsky is in his element. He loves how the delegates hang on his every word, the imperialist tried to overthrow the Soviet Republic. But we are still alive. We have forged strong sword in the Moscow.

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"poland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"poland" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"In Poland. Say somebody called believes because fifty year old Matthew lab Atique was staggering around and appeared to be very very drunk. And when officers arrived they say he attacked him. And then when paramedics arrived to help him out. He attacked them and win some other community officials arrive he scored the hat trick. And guess what? Yeah. Attack them to in the end, he was Guerout into an ambulance and taken to the hospital, but not before leaving an EMT with the broke into this guy was one man wrecking crew here lava teak, a who is actually from queens mighty say he had to be from queens, right anyway, he was nominated for an Oscar a few years ago. If he's convicted of these latest assault charges he could be nominated for as many as three years behind bars on a lighter note Ralph Lauren about to become, sir. Ralph Lauren during a ceremony next year. The Bronx native will become the first American fashion designer ever to be knighted by the Queen. And for those of you keeping score Laura. Title will be officially honorary. Knight commander of the most. Excellent order of the British empire. New york. Translation, of course, he's the Mayan wins. News time, seven twenty six. Bloomberg money. Watch on ten ten wins his Larry kofsky stocks fell for a fifth day investors remained worried about trade political turmoil and economic growth, the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled two hundred five the S and P five hundred lost twenty. The NASDAQ composite dropped sixty four natural gas prices jumped eighteen percent the most in eight years amid forecasts for cold weather and more on the way, traders worried that supplies may not be adequate to meet winter demand retail prices ticked up last month. The government's consumer price index rose three tenths of a percent two-tenths excluding food and energy on an annual basis. Prices rose two point one percent that's slightly less than expected. Hoover is hitting the brakes third quarter revenue growth at the company was about half of what it was six months ago. It lost just over a billion dollars for the quarter. Blueberry spending more fuel global growth. Especially in its food delivery business. Bloomberg money watching twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Larry kofsky pretend ten went now. This message, Spence, shape and services to families and children. Visit SC NYC dot ORG to donate wins. News time seven twenty seven. When it comes to taking care of your family.

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"poland" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And sunday two o'clock pm in group h columbia in poland almost com why aren't you going for that one with the boys 'cause i preferred do my fun stuff on saturdays sunday is the lord's day that's not even it i just mean like should things result in a way that a hangover occurs i'd rather deal with it on another weekend day rather than at work on monday new imagine what studio squares going to be like well i wanted to go there on saturday but it seems like i'm getting pushback from people everyone has an opinion why can't they do what i want the colombia poland game though has quietly become one of the most interesting games of this round because hugh is probably the two teams that most people thought would go through from this group and other if it ends in a draw that will extend their stay but one of these teams could be good as gone pretty quickly plus game i always forget that we've like you know pretty big audience and people listening from all over the world and all over the country new york is huge colombian population i know and a lot of them are in the story acquaintance yeah no at the other beer garden for years ago when they played who was japan maybe yeah on was it to it was choose day they played their last game on shoes day after the defeat japan it was literally zombies and yellow tshirts wandering mon manhattan and queens and brooklyn stoned by the result and also full of alcohol from the early morning star so colombians their day lova party and this is like a cup final for them it sure is a huge one will see a soom hamas gets the start this time around if he was good enough to come on as a sub he's gotta be ready feels like sata all over again in a way i know salad income on the first game but like a calf muscle injury andrew if he's good enough to come on for few minutes he should started against japan and i would say we're kind of desperate times call for desperate measures right now for both of these teams but columbia i dunno got play him unless they look they know more than i do about how healthy is but we saw last game gotta see something to pull in as well though and off ski had some comments afterwards they wanted it more than on when he talked about the senegal defeat that's not go i know but that was the game that i keep looking for just the ultimate and bad luck i don't know that i thought poland were that bad they had a couple minutes couple moments in that game that just sang our ably agol had more of a plan they looked like a better team i do like senegal this is the group all along that everyone said you know throw four coins up in the air and just pick two of them yeah i don't know real tough one oh let's see now red card can i go i you may burglars the bane of anne suburban life any life don't limit to the suburbs this was the a world cup coming in that had us more than a little worried i would say about some of the potential stories off the field hooliganism protests things like that overall though i do feel like most of the negative stories away from the games have been few and far between but one did pop up colombian music artists mala that melissa that sounds familiar doesn't not he was.

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"poland" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on The Inquiry

"But the facts leave us no choice article seven is a mechanism in the lisbon treaty the keyagreement signed by all eu members and it's exist to prevent countries backslinding on eu values like fat justice and democracy initiating article seven is the beginning of a process of factfinding in discussions which means that eu governments will get to decide if they fingers attracted to the rule of law enforcement it is my the fbi dressing the root of flow is in the interest of poland as a nation how big a day eliza to trigger article seven has it been triggered before no it's never been used before there's never been sanctions imposts said this is a big deal it is indeed a big deal the ultimate sanction would be to take away poland's voting rights which is really consider to be the nuclear option laws made in the european union apply to all member states each nation gets to vote on them before that past so if poland were to lose its voting rights that be serious consequences for the country murray will mean that the eu would decide all kinds of regulations that fall into a tough to pry but the polish government won't be able to sort of have a say over these regulations of course from a democratic perspective that would be quite worrying lee is it that poland will lose its eu voting rights unlikely are expert witness says it would require a unanimous decision by eu member states and poland's nn neighbour hungary has already signalled it had vetoed the move.

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"poland" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on The Inquiry

"The chairman of the local called and to dismiss the chairman of the local cold without giving any excuse for that world giving any explanation ahmad is that matter did give soum minister of justice who's a politician of the ruling party directs tools to appoint judges who will organize the work of the cult's taking these changes to gather what did they amount to how significant on that their revolution this this reform is really deep and it's really gifts politicians more influence on on the car system protesters returned to the streets saying that the revised bell still violate the country's constitution the government insists the legal reforms are necessary an expert witness says there's some truth to that personally a thing that this reform on it but the go to fall and undemocratic system you have bill to him fuses which are limiting the power of ruling party on people who are in power now and throwing away this fuses is always a risk and is that what you think the government is doing the effectively now if you have any doubt and if you are for example afraid of a building autocracy you can say okay they have every tool they want to build the system which will not be a liberal democracy and more poland risks becoming an autocratic state for the critics of the government yes because they have all the tools they need me how she dron ski says these aren't the only radical legal moves the government's been making it's made it easier to pass new laws it's tighten state control of the media though taking more and more power in the hands and we are afraid of what would be in the future and if the use this power to make problems for the people who are not supporting potty on home in the position precisely the situation that existed in poland in communist times the legacy the ruling party says it's reforms will a raise but for all the critics and demonstrations the law and justice party remains popular in poland in fact it's more popular now than when it came to power mihashi drancy says that's because while it's getting a tight hold the core.

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"poland" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Poland the vote william wyler oh logan browning laura dern lorde oh hello i'm robin lin baby this evil creator and producer of vibe lie we have over two million geographical listeners reaching two hundred countries would not thought music twenty corset just on all five five dot com two good.

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"poland" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Poland the vote william wyler oh logan browning laura dern lorde oh hello i'm robin lin baby this evil creator and producer of vibe lie we have over two million geographical listeners reaching two hundred countries would not thought music twenty corset just on all five five dot com two good.

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"poland" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"poland" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Ooh no two yes nothing who didn't then the a little given through if he did with me tu wien the did a couple of poland culpable vogel total the the the.

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"poland" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"poland" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"In poland russia believes parlance should see them as liberators sam sheppard the hollywood play right an actor has died he was seventy three family spokesman said he died at his home in kentucky from complications caused by a motor neurone disease he received the pulitzer prize the drama in 1979 phase play buried she child and was nominated for an academy award for best supporting actor for his portrayal of chuck yoga bbc news donald trump's new white house chief of staff has been sworn in with the president saying john kelly would do as spectacular job general kelly replaces rents priebus who was dismissed on friday at the end of a turbulent week when mr trump's efforts to reform healthcare failed in the senate the man in charge of kenya's compe pierce risd voting system has been found dead in the capital nairobi barely a week before the presidential elections christmas under was acting head of technology for the kenyan election commission he claimed to have developed an electronic voting system that could not be tampered with and had been reassuring kenyan voters through regular media appearances one of the great names of french cinema joan miro has died she was eighty nine john moreau rose to prominence in the 1960s and her work spanned six decades she also worked as a director and head a successful singing career he has vincent doubt llc mozilla did 1962 in france while truffaut's film 'jules et gm john munro.

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"poland" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"poland" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Basically own a bank that's what i want to call it it's like a financial institution that provided loans to people who are down on their luck in poland and the banks way of creating value was to hire old ladies little old ladies who would then drive around in their cars to the borrowers knock on the doors and make sure that they were going to work these gender dis the borrowers were generally underwritten to be healthy people with good heads on their shoulders but something had gone wrong a divorce their mom died something and they started drinking who knows what it was and this team of of old ladies would go round and make sure that they were living a cleaner life that they would wake up and if they're there it should wake him up and get him to work and there's a great deal of respect for women of a certain age in poland a lot of gravitas a lot of command and so they were able to get these people back on track and rehabilitate their wives yes to pay back the long but yes because we just because that's a good thing to do and these women really really enjoyed every moment of what really was tough i mean going into those doors is very depressing and seeing somebody down on their luck and i i'll never forget that i said this is this is what we're creating this is what we're investing in and it's it's a heck of a lot more than just making some return so yeah i'm i'm just telling you this i'm transported back there.

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