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"politics magazine" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Welcome back. This is Christine Flowers getting jiggy with it. I'm in the studio over here. I'm jumping up and down. Will Smith, Billy boy. Um, I'm sitting in for the great Christa Gall on Philadelphia's Am 9 90 the answer the numbers. If you want to reach us, we've had some really good calls this morning are 61. Oh, 850990. Well, as I said earlier. Um, I'm really happy that in this hour I get to talk to two guests that I'm really looking forward to talking to, and to To start out I have of of good friend of mine on the line. I I asked him to be a guest because I'm very excited about the fact that Charlie Gerow has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for well the gubernatorial nomination in Pennsylvania. As we know Tom Wolfe. Emperor Wolf is a lame duck and we do not yet know who the Democrats will nominate. Although there is a strong Probability that it will be attorney general Josh Shapiro, which makes it even more important for us to fall in line and support the Republican candidate. And there have been a number of Republican candidates who have thrown their hats into the ring, and I'm sure that there will be people that will be on Chris's show in the future. Um, but I I wrote a column for broaden Liberty. I know you guys in the audience are familiar with broaden liberty there many great writers that contribute to broaden liberty, which is a website that gives conservatives intelligent conservatives well, I think that's an oxymoron. Conservatives are intelligent but gives them an opportunity to access. Articles and and the type of information that they wouldn't get from the mainstream media, including the Enquirer, where I used to write, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera, as the king would say on the king and I Anyway. Charlie is an amazing Person and before I bring him in, I want to. I want to toot his horn a little bit. He is a lifelong Pennsylvania although he was born In Brazil. And this is this is one of the key aspects. I think of his campaign. Charlie is an immigrant. And Charlie has a very unique and personal understanding of immigration. I said in my piece on broadened liberty that whereas Josh Shapiro talks the talk about immigration it was criticizing, um and rightfully so in Aspects. Donald Trump's positions on immigration It was more rhetoric than anything else. He did really, truly nothing that would advance the goals of immigrants in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Whereas Charlie has lived this and I'll let him explain that to you a little bit more in depth. I also met Charlie the very first time at a pro life, um, rally on the steps of the Capitol in Harrisburg. Charlie is a pro life is his pro life down the line. And so I think That I mean, he's a traditional conservative, but a very solid conservative. He was named as Politics magazine, one of the most important Pennsylvanians most important Pennsylvania Republicans. That's pretty impressive because there's a lot of us. There may not be a lot of Pennsylvanians in the Philadelphia area, but a lot of Republicans in the Philadelphia area, but there are a lot of Republicans in Pennsylvania. Um, just to give a little bit of his resume, Charlie Um, advised Ronald Reagan the great Ronald Reagan. The generational changing Ronald Reagan. He's the CEO of Quantum Communications, co founder of the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference, Uh, surrogate for Senator Bob Dole. Board member of Villanova's Matthew J. Ryan center. I spoke at that center. It's an amazing amazing organization, First vice chairman for the American Conservative Union, which I believe sponsors CPAC, an adjunct professor at Dickinson, Gettysburg and Lebanon Valley College is And a former congressional candidate and in his free time Charlie up until quite recently provided local and national commentary on politics. So without or with out further ado, I'm going to bring Charlie in and let him talk, and I'm going to shut up, Charlie welcome. So great to be with you, Christine. And thank you for that lovely introduction. That was really very kind of you and the piece that you wrote. Just say your listeners know literally brought a tear to my eye and a lump in my throat. That was very beautiful. And it was not only kind to me personally, but it captured what we're trying to do in this campaign, and you really Set the flavor of what happened at the campaign launch, which is, you know, with standing room only you literally couldn't get in the building, not only in the room Regular folks because our campaign is going to be from the people for the people. This is a grass roots up campaign, not a top down driven campaign with political pundits and experts and party blocks of Telling us who we should select since one that really is going to come from the ground up from not only conservative activists that's from thinking Republicans. Independence. And good Democrats across the board. I think that's a winning coalition. I've always been a coalition builder are being a solid conservative. Yeah, I liked that. I was at your launch. And you're absolutely right. It was standing room only I was only able to get a seat because our good friend Mary Lou Doyle got up and gave me her chair and stood in the back. And I noticed that so many of the people there were, uh I mean, as you said, they were rank and file Pennsylvanians. I mean, you had some district attorney's there. Uh, you had some executives of nonprofits like our friend Farrah Jimenez. You you had, um Um Oh, my goodness. You're so I'm drawing a blank right now. Congressional representative, your good buddy. The guy who introduced G T. Thompson. Thank you person that called me and asked me to run. Exactly exactly mean It was it was it ran the gamut, and I think that that's really important to note, particularly when I just mentioned Josh Shapiro. Josh Shapiro is a a political man, a very political person from his days on Montgomery County Council. And you know when he has connections, and what have you and that sort of typical in Pennsylvania politics, But your campaign really does seem to be a bottom up campaign. So can you. Can you talk to us a little bit about what your priorities are? Well, you know one of the priorities. Christine is to get us out of the morass that Tom Wolfe in company, including Josh Shapiro have gotten isn't in the lockdowns and shut down to the previous year. Kept us in our homes out of our businesses and our kids away from school. Have done some real damage to the Commonwealth. We need to repair that damage, but more important, we need to take the Commonwealth forward. You know, Pennsylvania's been losing our kids to Arizona and Texas and Florida and South Carolina. Tom Wolfe and Joshua Period I've been packing their bags for them with failed policies that take away the opportunities that are the reason that I was Pregnant that I came to America in the first place. And I do want to tell little bit about that immigrant story because of a legal immigrants, very proud of my immigrant story and the fact that I've been blessed. Be raised in Pennsylvania have lived here essentially all my life. Yeah, I wanted I wanted you to talk a little bit about that, because I mean, you obviously know that that's uh, hold them very dear place in my heart, The whole the topic of immigration. Um, you were born in Brazil. And how is it that you ended up in Pennsylvania? Well, I was very blessed and the story made short is this I was born into abject poverty in Brazil and my birth mother realized that she simply couldn't take care of me. She went to this little mission and she told them I want my baby me to be adopted by Americans because she thought That if I came to America Perhaps. Perhaps I'll be able to learn how to read and to her. That was the greatest thing to which anybody could aspire. Think about that. She saw America as the land of opportunity and knew that here I'd have a chance to do things that I wouldn't be able to do anywhere else in the world. And so I was very blessed to American missionaries adopted me. Move back to the U. S survey. We moved to Pennsylvania and I was blessed to be raised here. I got to tell you a little side note here, Christine, and he talks about the media a little bit. Shortly after I told that story for the first time publicly one of the Shall we say, cynical reporters? Certainly, why were you born in Brazil? But Why? Why? Why? In Brazil? Why? Why did you choose to be, boy? Like, you know, I'm not sure how you answer that, But I simply said well. Wanted to be close to my mother. Oh, that's a great response. What did she or he How did he or she react? Well, thankfully, they had a delicate sense of humor. I got, at least for smile. Why? Why? I've never heard anybody now asked why they were born in a specific area. It's a lot of you born in Brazil. Oh, my goodness, That's crazy. Um, well, no. And I As I said, before, I think You know a lot of people on the left prattle on about immigration what they want to do to improve the lives of immigrants and what have you, um and it's It's a lot of rhetoric. It's basically I think I think the Democrats have really taken immigrants and immigration for granted immigrants for granted and just think that they have their vote as they have with many minority communities. I am very critical also of the right with the approach of some people to immigration, but I don't know if you were listening earlier, but I the other evening, I was, um at Penn and I listened to a lecture by Archbishop shape you and.
"politics magazine" Discussed on OHoney with Amanda Cerny & Sommer Ray
"What it is but what about so the formula is so I lost Virginia nineteen because I was waiting till marriage and the girl that I was with for nine years like cheated on me my best friend I had a horrible past better be like excellent. Don't be a good guy but he don't like Georgia's happy he didn't take it and make it a negative and all my life amazing. It just learned earned what girls not to go for and then it's like you're bettering improving the girlfriends as you of course of course yeah I trust me. I have a great life. I'm not struggling struggling in the love life. It's a it's a great line have great times but I was waiting. It but here's the thing like I was on extremely sexual Israel especially the tension rising in me so I was like boozing. Oh my God my shit like literally. I knew this right now news right now. I'm a man yes so I was like watching porn like every normal kid grows up report and I realized I was watching this. I know this is not this came. This came to be the way you you have sex with every single their first of all like not not practical. GotTa Change Right like what happens when you have got to stretch before all this yeah so go prep for this so that's the intros like or pointing all I'll get into. I'll I'll I'll give it a little bit so you're getting a little tiny bit a tiny bit so I came up with this thing Hol Formula Logan the Alabama does so one thousand nine hundred all star this is this is where the sadness comes in. I started googling Shit like Weird Shit what the structure of John Lewis like all these things. What's what they're free to know arc so finally I was like at the time I learned like so much that I was like all right? Put this to us. You know all the guys have their notepads out right now yeah. I'm not saying the thing about come on something going to put this to us. 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I drew out my game plan like plant a section C. I drew out like a thing you girls about easy he his girlfriend call when she was like freaking on after he called me. Thank you so much. It's not it's not the formula to get the girl no not to get the girl to please the girl yes okay so the bedroom durum to make satisfy girl in the bedroom exactly okay. That's what the formula that's why I told them like relationship. Listen you can be the nicest guy in the world but if you're not putting for for your girlfriend she's going to be like all right. We gotta get this needs to route the plane on selling the formula actually been thinking about it. That's how many have all you need to give it to. The people not yeah you can't with a girl she's like Oh. You're trying to do the formula what I shit like now. They know don't by the way that is only health. My favor of had girls may saying we'll see if this is true. It's bad it got to the point where I was like Yo. This is I feel like a mad. Add hot chick like after this whole Oh my gosh you like walking around and he doesn't want to be famous. It'd be rich you guys walk around because what they're look at you. You're hot guys looking at girls and jen is hard to believe especially the young guys with their hormones just like going crazy it takes I mean yeah sometimes all right so yeah yeah. That's that's the formula what is the formula confused. Formula is right now. I feel like this is a strategy to get girls this. The makeup aww formula formula is just like just go home like there's no for me. That's the formula that's right now. We're cleaner. You know he's playing the way Casandra. WE'RE CROPS MR CROSS SPONGEBOB. We're playing Clinton. Look at it. We don't need it. We don't need it. We have been what does this. We're good. We're good. What is the the trump bucket bucket? We did you haunt us and benefit the forty. I don't think I don't think Yohannes ever needed the former you should probably know I mean I think we're good no magic Hey slim slim not do something okay. I'll give you one. I'll give you a position so some females when you're four first of all four point thing like you guys are just jump right into your dumb. It's like yeah you stretch like an athlete when you're about to go into a workout yes so if you're like no goons coasting. You're pushing yourself so that's one but also you have to so I'll give you one. I grabbed two pillows so say I'm working and I realized that the girls backs right we saw the reason the reason why uncomfortable but okay okay shows with bras continued to take love for you guys like whoever has watched Logan's podcast suggests compared these two of how George tells the story person you now. He's like body right now because we're not giving yeah so. I don't remember what back so guys females have different shapes of Jarvis so it's not like a Dick did just hangs out. There's like there's different yeah. There's an entry so some girls are back arching their backs or you'd hit their g spot but sometimes in the mix of it. They're getting tired from arching their back because it hurts to be like the whole time so they go like that. Guys don't know that so I wanna I see a woman doing this. I put like two or three pills of their so. They're completely hitting the g spot without even trying to March COSMO. Oh arose from I'm saying I just put a bunch of together. I don't know if I got our because I've heard about that too like all this underneath your lower back yeah so years hit them. All you just do all the things you have to read the body. If this figure out what's going on study your partner experience and then it's done some girls cannot congruent phone. Oh 'cause like my senior year pop in Cherries. No actually now that I'm not GonNa Virginity never knew bond dude like I kind of want to be like the girls I yeah. I'm pretty sure with this said Cosmopolitan Komo politics magazine ever. I mean now. I'm sure I'm sure you. I'm sure you got a lot of sources you did your research came up with their own formula essay about they liked having patty is not anything that nobody knows a bunch of Shit. That's put together like the Wright brothers up to read a book and it's called gentlemen until the bedroom doors locked. No Girl Wants Gentlemen. That's what I'll give you guys that no girl wants gentlemen in the sheets. Hill girls like you don't ever ask a girl. If you like. Don't ask Yeah I don't do that. Don't do that. Just the worst ever be confident about indies. She says no she genuinely doesn't like to hey listen to them here at a whole different scenario you're actually legit. He's the best worst you've ever had. I'll take it all right so pillows and I thought you said humping for. I don't know the question for you. is sexy important to you guys like is there a modest sexy you guys would want. Is there like is there times in your life that you want to know. I mean yeah. I think that put the most yeah yeah I it's important yeah. There's certain times where I'm just busy and I just don't like that so important to if your boyfriend or significant other husband you know some people believe marriages shooting is a big stat for females to a lot of toys issue oh backfire on the question because being like Super Christian Christian and religious sex before marriage yeah. It's a big battle yeah. That's my nice yes. It was like God my age are you trying to. I know you yeah yeah yeah. It's like Oh my God. Don't do that okay so much servive chain. This is the honeypot cosmic sure you check out Georgia's links below no and maybe you can get some more of his formula. We got going to give you the Formula I will girl every time they're going to do it with you guys. We're ending this season. Two when George comes on we'll get a little bit more so day to two point the never ending formula because before we got yes. We thought it was over but it's not that's another part of the and this is a question. I just WanNa love your life came up to you and was like Yo. I mix these things up. Let's get another partner now. No okay cool me neither agreeing to what the that's that's page one yeah. She says yes it's no way too many weird in the kitchen and I think and like you say I think yeah I'm jealous person to and what's mine is mine touch and I'll cut your Dick Up. much for one eight is scary. I like what I'm I'm not kidding laughing. Already guys laser wants in the on the go at the gym. It's just.
"politics magazine" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"If you come to this from the standpoint of when you disable America. So I'm going to do these five simple steps to do. So that's a wrong motivation. If you come through these with the realization that I'm rich in data saving and need of getting right with my savior, you will naturally end up with that first thing, and then you'll be on the path for all the we'll come back. More feedback Friday here on the blaze in a moment. Stay tuned. It is nice to stand with people who are taking a stand miss, Victoria Hearst. And she is standing up to her own family. She is part of the William Randolph Hearst family. Of course. He's one of the great tycoons. Great success stories in American history. One of her family's properties is Cozma politics magazine, and she is disturbed ac-. It's always been a bit edgy. But now, it's just flat out going pornographic. Despite the fact that is in pretty much every supermarket checkout aisle in the country. So it's easily accessible and market two daughters. Like Todd's mind, yours she'd like her parents her family's company to do something about that. And she's asking us to lend our voice to hers, which is essentially this if you guys want to produce content like playboy or penthouse fine, but you should be shielded from minors like magazines, such as those.
"politics magazine" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"They are extremely American people just won't accept those ideas. Well, you know, what's happening over three years all of those ideas and many more part of the political mainstream. You're saying the party came your way. Well, I don't want to say that. I think most people would say that. Cop. I mean, I wouldn't say that. But but it's the scientific consensus. I mean that is an amazing statement. And completely true statement. You know, I've talked about twenty thirteen when he did Medicare for all euro co-sponsors. Now, everyone in the field pretty much agrees with that. I'll give you one person who doesn't though John Delaney. Now, I know you guys have follow John Delaney's campaign closely, but he has made it to all ninety nine counties in Iowa already. That's because he started running. I believe it was twenty six years ago. He started running he was he was the first person in the field undulating, isn't he the guy twenty eight Frazier's, dad? I don't know. Delaney was a former congressperson from Maryland and businessman, and he is in the race and had been in there for while pulling it about one percent right now he is running as the most conservative democrat in the race. His he was on CNN this morning his distinctions with he's calling out socialism. He's saying, look, I'm not a socialist. I don't want socialism capitalism is the greatest job creator, the engine of job creation in human history. He saying those types of things, and you could see those statements occasionally from even Barack Obama back in the day. He would occasionally make a speech and tip the tip had a little bit towards capitalism. Even though I don't think he was ever a big believer in it. But the two policies he brought up as diff differentiating himself from the rest of the field. We're really interesting to show illustrate Bernie Sanders point was Medicare for all he criticized Medicare for all he said, you know, what that's not right. We shouldn't have that. And let me you know, I have a better. Plan a great plan for healthcare. What we need to do is have a basically a public option low cost basic care for everybody and think about this. He's the most right wing of the Democrats, the most moderate of the Democrats that puts him to the right of Barack Obama as a president because ObamaCare did not he was basically arguing for ObamaCare, plus a public option, which is where Obama ran in two thousand eight option, meaning a government insurance plan the governor insurance plans, so so now believe me, I think it's a terrible plan. But I mean, I'm just talking about the movement of this party. He is to the right of where Barack Obama was president the same thing. I'll give you wear Barack Obama was as a chasm candidate. So and then one more thing excuse me. He's left of and the other one I'll give you was was a global warming. He said, oh, you know, what this green new deal is crazy. This is John Delaney. It's too. It's too much all give you just a carbon tax gonna be a great carbon tax. That's something that Barack Obama didn't even propose that actual plan. Again, his the most right person in the democratic primary is to the left of Barack Obama as a candidate. And as president that is where this party is the entire field is to the left of Barack Obama and some rock can't even see from where he is. That is an amazing change in a very common in the last three years that timeframe that it happened. And what's so terrifying? All right back in a minute. So bitter guy called me creep. Win. He said. Probably get into the conversation. One of our sponsor Cosmo hurts kids, so miss Matori Hurst from the Hearst family who actually owns Cozma politics magazine has decided to come out and take a stand not to censor cosmopolitan magazine. But to take a stand against the the pornography that they're displaying all over their front pages. All in their articles. I mean, it's just absolute garbage. Glenn says it it's always been garbage. I swear it's gotten way worse as the years have progressed country. The country was not ran a great health in the seventies. Look at it now. Yeah..
"politics magazine" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Editing brickhouse Steve dot com. She can get a bottle of this groundbreaking formula. And if you use my name Steve is a promo code. You'll get fifteen percent off of your first order. All right. So brickhouse Steve dot com promo code Steve. For fifteen percent off your first order at brickhouse Steve dot com. Erin how how emergency see how emergency. Do you feel right now you feel like there's a national emergency happened at the border right now. Oh, man. No. I also don't have time for this. 'cause I got a I got a round of nine holes that I got to play here in a little bit. So so yeah, not not too much of an emergency. Why do you ask you feel in any emergency happening fealty like there's a national emergency at the border at all you watch government mobilize among other places? I mean, I if you want us to believe, there's an emergency. Then I think you need to act like it mobilize. What are they? Did they done the last five days? Use anybody play golf literally. Our next. All right. We're back with our to hear live and on demand and on the blaze here. I am Steve dais alongside Todd and Aaron aided eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three's the number eight hundred nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three Stephen days dot com as the Email address. You can like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter at Steve day show. Last name spell DAC coming up in a few minutes today's truth bomb as well. As the rest of the hour will play a little game called by Ciller hold. Who knows what cornucopia of topics we will touch upon. You know, I mentioned though at the top of the first hour, we love this support righteous causes and stances here on the show one such person that we're trying to lend some support to miss, Victoria her. She's taking one of the one of the toughest dances, you can possibly take. That's standing up to your own blood. She's part of the family of William Randolph. Hearst one of their properties is caused by politics magazine, and she has grown increasingly concerned in recent years how it is tended to more. Of I guess, we'll call it adult style of entertainment, despite the fact, it's still marketed. Our daughter's Todd's mind yours and she wants it treated. Hey, if it wants to do playboy-lite content that it should be shielded from minors. Just.
"politics magazine" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Gift shop if visit dune cast and ask, and they will lend you the coconut house, and you can. Or at least they did as of a few years ago. I hope they still do anybody is incredible. Yeah. I think I prefer holy grail to life of Brian. But life O'Brien is just some amazing stuff of the scene where he is painting graffiti on the wall a century incomes too, many things he's in trouble. But this injury and starts creating his grammar. Cleese? With that as well. As in Cheltenham probably road that together but going for sketches Monty python sketches JIMBO you need to check out the cheese shop sketch, which is glorious python donor piloting where would do incredible things. They would do these incredible to person sketches. So they would do things like that that part sketch which everybody knows fantastic. They would do things the argument sketch Palin goes into have an art he pays to have an argument with Cleese, and that's just incredible. But the cheese shop sketch gin is Palin and Cleese. I'm not sure who wrote it or musher because writing teams Eric idle was on his own and Palin and Terry Jones where writing team and cleaned gramshop number writing team and Terry Gilliam, whatever he was doing with the animated stuff. So I'm not sure who wrote it, but the cheese shop sketches, amazing basic premises. John Cleese goes into a cheese. Shop Palin is the owner of the cheese. Shop Cleese want some cheese. There is no cheese to be had. And it is an amazing list sketch where Cleese just lists cheese after cheese. Of cheese and Palin is just as wall of. No, it's amazing and very Brexit. We're way. Now, I think about is absolutely incredible. Watch a bit of flying circus last year. Dan, Jordan of this parish wrote a very good piece on flying circus for the very first issue of politics magazine, which will has a popular podcast never heard of it. But he he went through need to the the best flunks sketches needed sort of anatomy of python where you talked about all the parties, and what they contributed to the shower, and it made me rewatch a bit, and it is clever. It's that kind of surrealist comedy is again is another type of comedy to add to the list of comedies that. I find funny, but I just doesn't me, and I think in in the films, the the comedies less certain. Lebron is less surrealist that that real batch it. No, I don't think quite a divide in the pythons themselves doing this sort of the Oxford Cambridge. I've heard about this lease Cambridge isn't he basically one one one group is like completely off the wall is slightly more say, so maybe that's my cough. The other hall. Yeah. Because Cleese and Chapman Republicans surrealist to the group. But at the same time Palin and Jones could be surreal idol could be surreal as well. How many if you have we collected them all? I'm not even close. I don't think. Okay. Just cleese. Think didn't we send who will say who went to do them all Allie? Allie Plum alley Plum went and that was the greatest Dave is life. I know I have reunion tour. I've done Cleese. I think that's I'm I've met Eric idle at one point I've met Terry Gilliam as well. Yeah. Yeah. Cleese is missing from us. Ed haven't spoken to Cleese. But I did I hope that the press conference a few years ago for the Graham Chapman documentary that they did. And it was Jones and Palin. I think it was just Jones and Palin, and they brought Graham Chapman along with them. In the form of a cardboard cutout? Me just Sumpter lovely. So there you go pythons Michael Palin in the person in the person. Michael Palin in the person the full pay do the cheese shop sketch with them. You keep me off the stage. All right. If you wanna have your question right out in the NPR podcast. Just like Joe Bradley did much to her satisfaction. You can get in touch with is fine number methods. We are on Twitter as at empire magazine, use hashtag and propelled Casta chances. Are we won't see it? We're on Facebook as well. As an pro Zine, and you can Email us podcast.
"politics magazine" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Buyback? Our number two the day show live on demand on the blaze aided eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three's the number eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three Steve Steve day Stott com. As the Email address like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at Steve dais show. Last name spell DAC. You know, one of the reasons we have my good friend. Bob anthropoids on the show with us each week if you'd just listen to him. Is we like to support people that are taking on principle fights and causes and with legislation like the heartbeat Bill. We think Bob is doing that. And so we want to give him in his organization a platform to share that fight with our audience, and maybe encourage you to be a part of it on some level. Even if it's just praying for its success, another such person, we've been talking about recently as taking on a pretty difficult fighting that stand against your own family, and that is Victoria Hearst. She is descended from probably familiar with the name William Randolph. I one of the great. Tycoons business magnets in American history. One of her family's properties is Cozma politics magazine, and Victoria is concerned out. She has noticed in recent years, it has tended to include shall we say more adult oriented material while continuing to market it to young girls like Todd's daughters or mine. She's not asking the magazine asking her family to to practise censorship. Although I'm sure she would mind if they decided to clean up their act, she's asking for a very moderate step a modest proposal, which is if you wanna put playboy oriented content in the magazine, and it should be shielded from minors like magazines like playboy happened to be. If you agree with that..
"politics magazine" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"So the media. Speaking of the media, you go to the grocery store, and you look at the checkout line, there's magazines there, and sometimes the magazines there are a little bit too risque. I know I was sharing schmo is always been, but society, his moved society move to where Cozma was like nineteen eighty now we're living in the Cosmo world of nineteen eighty and Cosmo is living in Penn Towse. Eight and with even with the headlines on the cover. I can't get over it. Because first of all, I'm embarrassed by reading them. Second of all I have my six year old son whose learning to read and he's like. And I'm like, stop raiding. Just nothing. This is why apparently took the bird box. Just blindfolded everywhere. You go were driving to that. My thirteen year old son. We were driving downtown to Dallas to see my sister. My daughter in the hospital, and there's this board for for sexy. Adult toys. Oh, yeah. And my son thirteen years old with his mom and dad, he were just joking, and we're reading stuff and just we jokes family. And so he starts reading this. Because it's about toys, and he's like, we got the best toys for okay? Never. But anyway, Victoria Hearst. She is a member of the Hearst family who also owns Cozma politics magazine. So it's a little bit awkward, but she is with us that Cozma should not be allowed to be sold without the harmful to minors laws applied to them. And we can all agree that that's fair. She's not trying to censor their free speech. So if you want to learn more about this campaign what you should because our children are reading this. This affects our children you can go to Cosmo hurts kids dot com. That is 'cause mo- hurts kids dot com. Stu gives us the names..
"politics magazine" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"According to reports was this response was like an hour or two before she was ready to go. Felony shimmy shit our bags packed got the letter. Like, no, you know. Nope. Going planes, not leave the tarmac heads. I love it. And this back and forth isn't very entertaining. But it really does highlight like big other issues like, for example, this trip Nessie pulls you shouldn't do this trip. It's dumb. You shouldn't be going on a trip to these three countries right now, especially in the middle of shut shutdown, but it was dumb. Anyway. She would get nothing done. It was pointless. We do this stuff. All the time. We waste millions of dollars every year these little trips that raise profiles overseas, and all that other nonsense. And in addition to that the biggest thing I think is how dependent our country is on this. I think look as this goes on and on and on it will become more problematic. More things start falling through the cracks. And this is what the Democrats are waiting for because something will happen. There's a terrorist attack or anything like that? We're in. We're in deep deep trouble. You know, he will lose that that PR battle. You think? So I'm not so sure he he keeps coming out and saying I'm waiting for you to come to the table. I'm waiting for you to. Oh, she it with me. And they're refusing to go. Isn't paying attention? And they see the clip where he says. Yeah. Go ahead blame it on me. Now, I I think that that's where their heads went longer. This goes on the the Democrats have been positioned by every media for the average person Democrats are positioned as the reasonable ones who just want some reasons wanna do they want commonsense. Border reform. I hate that we offered to open the open up the government and then talk the border, but he wouldn't do wouldn't do it. I will say forget about Donald Trump who has obviously we'll stick through the stuff, and he doesn't care. I think this the the main part of the job he actually likes this back and forth. He loves this stuff. But this is what the American people, and they love the people that voted for him. That's what I heard when I walked down the line of people who were voting, and I talked to Trump supporters of they said the same thing to be over and over again, Glenn we've done it. The other way, I want somebody. Who will burn the house down? Now. This isn't burning the house down. This is just saying I'm not playing by your rules. I don't care. I'm not afraid of you. That's what people want. Sure, it's just a question is that something over long-term switched because right now people are blaming him. They're saying they don't want the emergency thing was minus thirty five when they pulled it, which may be a reason why we haven't heard much about in the last couple of days, you know, every every part of this every out for him looks rough. And so maybe the dynamics change after a couple of weeks. I disagree. You had the right idea a week ago with Ted Cruz that's his out. I like that his out is. I mean, I would do if she doesn't let him go to congress. The Republicans should open up the doors. The Republicans should be seated they should have very different state of the union. Not all that pump and circumstance he should walk down and go guys. No, clapping and all that stuff guys. We're here to do work. Are the other party has decided not to show up that's shameful? Because here's the state of the union problem solution problem solution problem solution, we can get things done. But when they won't even come to the table because it's an election year. That's the problem. Okay. Fell President Trump whenever you're going back at the end of your day. And watching the news, and why it matters. You're welcome for the attack in a minute. We did. We all the time about morals declining. Right. And what we're allowing our kids to do and to watch and to see and one of our sponsors. It is Cozma hurts kids dot com. And so big toria Hearst who is actually a member of the Hearst family who owns Cozma politics magazine. She has decided to take a stand against what they're doing right now. Which is Jeffey correct me if I'm wrong, but right now Cozma Poyton magazine with all of their risk gay, pictures and articles and all of oracle yet..
"politics magazine" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"It's it's probably bad to codify law like totals amounts. Somewhere the constitution. I'm looking at right here Ruth. There's a money. There's actually money mentioned, you know, two dollars or something like a fine shall not exceed two dollars or something. Like that. I don't know. And it's like don't do that don't put founding fathers did make a big mistake. They put a dollar amount in the constitution. And that's always a problem. I can't think where that is. Yeah. I'm gonna for something that is shall not exceed or something. It's in here. So find it two dollars used to be real money. That's what I'm saying. I'm marches on you know, let me tell you about Cosmo hurts kids. It's it's great when it individual sees a problem, and then has the courage to take a really strong stand. That's what Victoria I is done. And in her case, it's pretty amazing because her family's corporation, the Hearst corporation, owns Tuzla, politics magazine. And that's what she's kind of fighting against. She believes and so do I and we pointed out many times Cosmo contains pornography, and that's harmful to kids. And so she doesn't want them to have to stop putting it in there. She just wants the state's harmful states material harmful to minor laws applied to cosmopolitan legged his other forms of pornography. And then you couldn't sell it to the kids under eighteen just it makes a lot of sense. It's a reasonable effort to try to help our kids. And when you look at the articles, we just had one the other day that we saw about sex positions. Okay. Really? You're going to be teaching these kids who are buying your magazine all about that. And yes, they do. That's.
"politics magazine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Ninety five Lena's news, weather, traffic and programming that will have you laughing and possibly even shorter. News radio. WFL? A hi, I'm Victoria Hurst from the Cosmo hurts kids campaign, my family's company, the Hearst corporation, publishes, cosmopolitan, magazine, nickname Cosmo. It contains pornography that hurts kids, especially girls and violates material harmful to minors laws. My Cosmo hurts kids campaign is working to stop Cozma politics magazine from being sold to anyone under eighteen my website is 'cause mo- hurts kids dot com. Cosmo hurts kids dot com. World renowned Dr Benatti created the Benatti spine procedures to minimize surgery scarred and recovery fifty five thousand procedures have resulted in ninety eight point seven five percents satisfaction over half. Our patients have supper from fell back next surgeries at other facilities Benatti succeeds where others fell. Let's talk about the all new ramtruck that you can find right now at courtesy Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram for just three seventy nine a month. The all new ramtruck comes with standard features that you won't find on a Chevy or a Ford like active, grille shutters, an automatic air damp to help with fuel efficiency or the largest it's class in dash twelve inch touchscreen. This ramtruck truck is like a luxury SUV trucks body, the back seats, even recline. Check it out for yourself and courtesy Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram at least at twenty nine hundred ram fifteen hundred classic express quad cab four by two with an MS RPM thirty-five eight fifty five for just three seventy nine a month with three seventy nine down on a brand new twenty thousand nine hundred fifteen hundred classic express quad cab four by two for at least details. Call eight eight eight eight three to thirteen ninety four or visit courtesy Chrysler Jeep dodge dot com. Check out the all new ramtruck at the twenty nineteen Florida RV super show. January sixteenth through January twentieth. Or check it out today at courtesy Chrysler Jeep dodge on Adamo drive.
"politics magazine" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The other other interesting threads, George H W Bush dining is like in the sort of the hagiography in the civility police are like you're talking about a man who is deeply respected by like at least half of this country, which is like a not true like this country, doesn't even remember George Hw wasn't war. And like speaking about like, the Republicans are conservatives are like have some respect like this guy mattered, and it just like, but now like conservatism has gotten so weird a good show of Trump's supporters think George H W Bush assassinated, John F Kennedy, and it's like he was in Dallas on November twenty nine hundred sixty three by the way, it was just. And Texas oil money. So not saying he did it. Or if I did it by George H W Bush, but a big part of the Cunanan conspiracy theory is the JFK junior is still alive, and is Q and shows up at Trump rallies like seemingly looking like other people, which you know, you do if you were fake your death, years, ago, course, smartest thing. But like a big part of it is I think JFK juniors idiotic, politics sexy. Politics magazine, George was called that. Because that was his way telling people who killed his dad because there's no other Georgia's will that it could have been named actually who else could it. I issue of George and I've seen this. It's like Cindy Crawford covered dress like George Washington. But then like the magazine liquidate give you the headlines of what else is the magazine one of is like shooting a president. But it's about like, photographers or something. And they're like, dude, he's telling you. But what I love about that conspiracy theories. Like, okay, you're JFK junior. You are widely considered the most eligible bachelor. America. Like, one of the most handsome famous guy who has it all how could I let people know? Oh, I get it. I'll just name my magazine cryptically after the guy who killed my father wanted. Just be like, hey, hi, I'm Jeff kid junior. George H W Bush killed my dad now, it's a it's a little treasure hunt. Exactly. I love Cunanan is like it's like design Warren clock for. Their own massive RPG and JFK juniors. Johnny five aces. All right. You think we should wrap it up? Okay. Well, once again, I think Joan boys for joining us today. The documentary is fighting in the age of loneliness. I'd like to think Tito Ortiz for thinking Felix for doing the things the F YM, boys. Got me this Christmas president they got me a cameo of. Tito, Ortiz congratulating us on the dog. We said chop low FM. You know, still wonderful, and this is the rapid up segment. Sponsored by condom depot. Yeah. This is a this is the plug part of the show sponsored by but plug depot. Get your plugs. Plug depot at wholesale prices. Inter microbe you'll with the shit away from your asshole, just leave you feeling very filled. I do actually we are met Virgil and myself will be at Princeton University on Thursday, December sixth for a civilized conversation about debate at the Princeton debating society in a wig hall at Princeton University. The event will be open to the public and free of charge. So if you wanna come out and see us talk about how to how to debate intelligently and civilly at Princeton University. I will be moderating debate between men and Virgil mostly I would expect to be about what to have for lunch. Oh, I have I have a plug that also involves for Joel actually union hall. December seventeenth episode. One is coming to Brooklyn, New York. Virgil Texas will be participating any of you. If you wanna really honestly, but I will be as well any any can you give us any hints of characters? He'll be portraying. Let's just say Chalmers finish a Harding and. Gilroy Monsanto may return. All right. Once again, the documentary series is fighting in the age of loneliness,
"politics magazine" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"And I, but I think that's not how people should think about it. I think people should think about what Americans want, and then do the work of saying, yes, this was a Blue Wave, but because of structural factors didn't manifest itself in this or that chamber. What was there any chance that these structural things emerged because of what you just said as a potential narrative is that going to ultimately be seen as the the lesson of this election. I think because of gains they made tonight or this year, I think Democrats will probably work to change some of those structural factors. In terms of districts are drawn. That was he can't get rid of the Senate. But I don't know it just like the. I think if they were smart, they would make those structural factors. I think the campaign on Claire you've written a little bit about this. Like, do you feel like? Do you think them cats will make? The the process of electing people in more central issue as opposed to this election was healthcare with Russia. I think it's becoming more of a possibility Democrats to make it an issue. I mean. When I first started working at a politics magazine, it was back in I guess twenty eleven twelve and back then like for wonky, people gerrymandering and voting rights was very much something you talked about, but voters do beyond people who who were beyond communities who were being actively disenfranchised. It didn't really seem to reser reg like resonate with voters. People didn't really nothing they didn't give ship, but they didn't vote on it. They didn't vote on voting. Then I do think that like the democratic electorate. Insert is to a certain extent. I guess like. Whoa. Ker more. And I think it's an it's not just like, I'm not just talking about people seeing, you know, structural racism. But it's about people saying like, oh, this is just it's really just killing us in these in these elections in, you know, if if if we're gonna use your argument mica that it's that tonight was the was actually a Blue Wave, which I think, you know, people. That's you know, it's an interesting argument, but people are going to say well didn't manifest itself. It really stinks to lose all the time. And I think I think that it really stinks to lose all the time line. We'll get Democrats more and more. They're you know, it's a Blue Wave, but there are dunes, and what's ashore wall and other. Yeah. Exactly. And I mean, it gets to that point, you know, they're flipping five governorships at least goes a long way towards being in a position to address some structural issues. A lot of those to happen at the at the state level. So. So we'll see if that's a long term effect of tonight. I want to keep talking about some of the major themes that we'd been covering throughout this election and see how they manifested themselves tonight..
"politics magazine" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Special issues to those parts of the lifestyle as well particularly philanthropy art design so i along with deputy editor gdp on manage a lot of those types of issues but when i first came that's what i did i was just sort of exclusively working on special packages light comedy like our reality issue and now that i'm back in a different role i'm you know a right hand to our editorial director matt belony and just manage allotted different things he her astra visaless one thing that has happened since you return to t h r after the first thing is that donald trump has entered the equation of society and therefore also of ta hrc coverage how has his emergence as somebody beyond a reality show figure impacted life at t hr we did not you know will cover barack obama if he comes in speaks at dreamworks animation or something like he did but we were not involved with his stuff to day in the way that we are with trump right that's right and i think you know you've said it he he came from reality television or he came from new york real estate and then via reality television arrived at the white house that really made it a story that's fully mta charged lane his campaign his election and and the many sort of tools of entertainment npr ends to some extent reality tv that he uses in getting message across now so no we're not we're not a politics magazine but this story really sits squarely because of who he is and where he comes from and how he has executed the role so far it does really sit squarely as an entertainment story at certainly dominates the news media which is also an area that we cover fully so it's changed you know we we trying to take a to distracted not every trump stories a t hr story but you know when he dominates the headlines and dominates the late night shows it is and it's a surprise every day with him and we you know we have our own as we've said you know complicated stories happening here in hollywood that many see as intersecting with his election so it's it's something we kind of deal with every day in just a note we.
"politics magazine" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"I guess would be the correct term use wax rx dot com use promo code radio you get two free standard shipping use wax are xcom grand least off a brace radio network pat great return welcome triple eight nine hundred thirty three 93 as i mentioned yesterday and then on glenn's show today the cultural appropriation of the cowboy hat from frederica wilson needs to stop rights gotta stop she's got to stop wearing the cowboy hats florida is not a cowboy state i come from cowboys states i live in a cowboy state i come from montana and i live in texas both cowboy states both prevalent in wearing cowboy hats with mostly white people so for this african american woman to wear cowboy hat she's appropriating my culture and i am i'm horrifically offended in you should be and i i i need a safe space right now and i can't find one i can't because everywhere i look there she is in a cowboy hat she's got to stop wearing cowboy hats meanwhile cosmo is saying that you're appropriating the polynesian culture if you wear a muana costume for halloween this cozma politics magazine claims that letting your little girl dress up as muana is racist if she's not the right color the article references a mom who is afraid that letting or white daughter dress up as elsa from frozen is glorifying white privilege and that allowing her to be more wanna is cultural appropriation you don't want just don't celebrate halloween if if you're going to be this ridiculous if you are that desperate four to find a fence in halloween just ignore the holiday.
"politics magazine" Discussed on I Do Podcast
"Is there a book or resource ugo recommend for listeners who want to improve their relationships well you know i wouldn't recommend one on i mean i'll so many books that we would recommend or technically recommended under odd cast but selfhelp becomes anemic user loses touch with its literary route so i i really like cnn sunday this graham or by admiral neurotic job this love actual romantic literature ends i'm really enjoying cutting the politics magazine at the moment as saxon relationship expert esther crowd has a column in the magazine currently end there's also lots of articles for couples and singles heterosexual couples as well as for that lbj t community and i'm also enjoy miss but called reflective parents team by psychiatrist dr regina poly at proteins to childrearing said you both by 'em enjoy this book as well but it has a lot of rain science around attachment styles and good point nurse for relationships in general and atm also the website relationships i stott orrick it is arm a wonderful way to improve your east the relationship today and i also finding in a modernised therapist if you want to go deeper you can go with a to a magoe relationships dot org and find additional helped awesome dwayne can you repeat euro recommendation row quick while in english youths hunger the loves laws okay even spanish relations liquids some out lunar ruda there really is no you wish on equivalent through some of the latin on lower analyze the data i think that is just use summit 'richness through the couple's rv nike in my office and united whether spanishlanguage show he doesn't matter if they understand the bridges hearing it bee's repeated white house often read it to the other for just to break his skull arms.
"politics magazine" Discussed on Crtl-Walt-Delete
"I mean about your ability to customize whatever feed you not serve you make if you open the politics magazine or vague committing that they're only going to show you trusted sources what they don't have a politics magazine you're making a politics magazine way they will but at what what a populated from our they yeah i understand well it there is that kind of magazine were you can decide all the sources but they are doing curators of of of sources yes they deals with publishers they will show you publishers they don't have deals with as well so they're not you know just pushing i think we should disclose that we have a deal with that you can get rise editor box media all of our properties but that's fears closure but you but you can get people that don't have deals with them yeah i you know i didn't get into that specifically with them but they're very careful i'll give you an example one element of customizing that you can choose is is to follow what they call thought leaders in whatever particular subject is from twitter and those things show up at the thought leader is just tweeting words or a photo or something they have a wave displaying that in a pretty way it's even better if the thought leader is or anybody that you wanna follow on twitter has has embedded lincoln the tweet because they'll then immediately assure you that story right there and it and it looks really beautiful and they have gone and picked what they think are the influence servers or the thought leaders in each field when i was sitting up a my a technology magazine which is not something that comes with that use don't ever have to technology magazine but i am in that area so i wanted one i noticed there's so much of of thought leaders in there that seemed all reasonable to me a lot of them were ceos of tech companies or well known journalists sir analysts whatever.