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Fresh update on "rashida" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Meatballs right to finish. My journey sent This's at the dentist's office. What happened? What did you tell me? Everything. You do that to remove the job? Consider yourself very, very lucky. And I think we have one more there, don't we? No, we don't. Well, that was that. OK? Well, nobody gonna all right. So that was Bill Bury. The first one was from Stripes, one of his great performances and the second one where he played the Massa kissed massacres. He used to go to the dentist in little Shop of horrors. So the great Bill Murray, who by the way, has never won an Oscar, which I think he should. He has a new movie out that I hear is really good, but not many people have seen it. But because I am in touch with Cognisant E of this town. I have asked my friend Johnny Oleksyn Ski of The New York Post. He's a film critic. He has seen the new Bill Murray movie and Johnny. First of All I I Know you love those cuts, and I know you love Bill Murray. How good is this new movie and what's it called? Well, Michael on the rock of the new Sofia Coppola move, you might be in the movie that finally wins or at least get Bill Murray, an Oscar nomination. Well, he's that good. Oh, he absolutely is. I know that you like me love movies about Big New York characters. You know Dudley Moore in Arthur or Like Burt Lancaster and sweet Smell of success. This his character, Felix Is this Playboy art dealer? Who's you know, Always 21, the Carlyle in the SoHo house, womanizing and knowing every waiter and cop in town. It is just hilarious. And so what's the The thrust of the movie, though? Isn't it is something involving his daughter? It is that his daughter is played by Rashida Jones. She's great, and she's sort of the harried Brooklyn mom who's had suspicions that her husband may be cheating on her, and her father happens to be an expert in the field of cheating. So he calls of all his concierge friend gets in a red sports car and they drive all night to Manhattan paled tailing him to try to catch him in the act. I got Ah, knock on Bill Maria. I mean, I do like him. He's funny, but it's kind of like an obnoxious comedy, and I think that's probably what's held him back and getting, you know nominations for serious acting. Is this movie any different? Well, you know, I part of it. I think it's just it comes with age. Right? It is much more toned down. Also, you know, in the last years and started a lot of West Anderson movies like the Grand Budapest Hotel. So he's getting less of that broad tone. That's so annoying to you. Not that annoying to me. I think more comedic actors should win Big award. But I think this will be up your alley. Okay, So Johnny, when you look back at Bill Murray's career, one of the kind of classic performances that you like, not not the obvious ones, but some of the off beat ones. Off. Beat one's Well, you know, I I guess ground hog day doesn't doesn't come across as an off beat one. Um it's a great performance. No, it's a great performance and he's so good at being pleasantly annoyed. Andi, come on, Always moving, you know, and ghost busters as well. And also I love how You know, through the decades you can just hold on to this this sex appeal and still, you know, you buy it, You know, 40 years of acting. He never feels old. Never Field young. He's just the timeless guy. All right. So Johnny remind us again of the movie and how can we see it when it comes out? Well, it's called on the rocks. And thanks to Governor Cuomo are your New York listeners cannot be it in a movie theater. Even though your New Jersey emphatically listeners will have a great time in the Big one, so that two thirds of the Tri state on a silver second New York and fit October 23rd on athlete. Maybe if they don't lock us down and shut off our Internet, Alright, Johnny Alex, it's key from the New York Post. Thanks, John. People talk to me. That was a good line little commentary in the absolute love. You gotta headed to writers in New York. Plus all right, coming up. Next. We have a recap. Jeffrey Lichtman, the famed criminal defense attorney was with us. He had some choice things to say about our governor in our mayor. That's all coming up next. I'm Bernie Biter with your wooo traffic..
First night of Democratic National Convention Round-Up
"Democratic Party opened its quadrennial convention Monday night with two hours of virtual programming. was, a mix of speeches by high profile political figures, messages from ordinary Americans interview segments, news ICAL interludes. Kim Any any general impression that hit you from the first night. Well to General Impressions. The first is that we have now gone a completely to the point where conventions are what everyone feared they are, which is that they are giant infomercials you know, and that's been pretty obvious for a number of cycles that the business of conventions has become almost an afterthought and it's really about. Presenting these people in pitching for the party out there with the nation and that you're not having anything in per a person all you had was this long stream of folks talking that was very much like an extended again campaign commercials. So that was noticeable. I think that the other major impression is that Democrats are not going to be running. All on an agenda, this year anything to do with their policies for me. What I saw in this range of speakers talked they they spanned the entire Party spectrum but they all had the same themes which is at Donald. Trump is horrible. He has mismanaged the Cova crisis and his character is terrible and therefore this is a referendum on him. Starting with the first of those points, I? Mean it's been a long time since the last contested convention the last convention where delegates went in truly not knowing who the nominee was going to be though every four years it seems like political fanatics think this year could be the year but I agree with Kim bill that it was particularly obvious this year because of the format that there's really nothing going on except commercials here I mean, what do you make of the format? It was more of A. A A variety show in the typical convention, a short speech, and then you had a a soccer star interviewing health workers. There were quicker quicker cuts between segments. So maybe that's more engaging in a an attention span challenged age, but you sort of lose the energy of having a stadium full of people cheering their brains out. Yeah. Absolutely. Cut Look in fairness to them. This is something very new. You know they've had to improvise no one's done it before. So it's easy to make fun of them, but I think the problem is. It was pretty boring I felt as though I was watching a PBS telethon over some issue where various people would come on to lecture me about something and that's partly due to the format. You know when you go to a convention like you said, there's nothing like a room it's usually a stadium or a basketball arena full of cheering people you know gives you a lot of energy in all the it's all about fun and access you have people dressed up and crazy outfits, and so forth you know all completely partisan. Convention everyone's on the same side and the purposes to generate some enthusiasm I thought this was really odd. I without without Joe Biden, you know it's not. it's not typical to hear from the presidential nominee until the end, right. So that's but usually you see pictures of sitting in his seat with his family watching you know watching the proceedings cheering along at different people I thought of all the speakers. you know Muslim seem pretty angry I get that you know the campaign strategy is to blame Donald Trump for all the cova deaths and and that's the way they think their ticket is but I I don't think they have to be quite as angry because anger to me doesn't denote confidence and I think Joe Biden would be better to be a little more cheerful and the the people like that around and to be the Joe Biden that debated Paul Ryan. For example and I think did very well I'm not sure we saw that last night even Michelle. Obama you know she talked about going high but then sort of implied that people who disagreed with their did. So because she were as she was African, American I didn't really think that was a high note whereas Amy Klobuchar who got no attention I thought she gave a good convention speech was witty. It was cheerful and it was confident. But of course, no one. Really spoke of her contribution Kim. What else is missing this year if you've been to these conventions, many listeners probably haven't. They used to experiencing is just the big speeches on TV with lots of applause of lots of canned jokes can lines what what's the experience like being there that that's missing this year. A couple of things you know the real merit of a of a convention for both parties is that it's a great big party in the biggest sense of the word is the one time. Every four years were every political figure up ballot in down ballot in the party is all present in one place and so it's is a great opportunity. Especially, if you're a member of the media you would traditionally go out and you just bump into these folks and they have some interesting idea or something and you you end up writing about it, getting it, and so it's a place where. You get really get your hands on the mood within the Party and the issues and the ideas that are driving the party and the Internet rivalries. If there are any just not getting that this year and as a result it, I think the entire media coverage of the convention is is pretty hand because it's essentially about this lineup of speakers and you've missed any of the impromptu aspects of a convention that come from people being together. I think the other thing is that it also allows the party and this is a a detriment in my mind to the American public. It is allowed the party at least Democrats to to squelch any dissent or at least any public displays of stent. Usually when you go to these events, there are dissenters within the party they go down on the floor during the the discussions about the platform and they they disagree that this was in there that was in there Democrats went to A. Lot of effort to make sure that wasn't a theme that nothing like that could happen at this event and it would be hard to anyway because of the way of the format but Tom Perez, for instance, had the entire platform button-down and so for instance, nobody saw the fact that representative Rashida Labe who's one of the squad? She's a Democrat from Michigan. Voted no on the democratic platform on Saturday. As she was casting her vote from the DNC ballot because it didn't include a plan for single payer healthcare and if that kind of fight had happened in person at a convention, there might have been some legs to it. You might have had more of the progressives revolting but because all of this is being managed over zoom and and they know that there isn't much an opportunity to to to really get a movement going most people have just you know saluted and voted for the things that the party told him to vote for. So you're not seeing the traditional floor fights.
DNC Announces Convention Speakers, Speculation On Biden's VP Pick Intensifies
"Of scheduled speakers at next week's Democratic National Convention is out, and it's being parsed for clues as to who's still in the running to be Joe Biden's running mate. He's expected to make that announcement any day now. Meanwhile, President Trump is floating the idea of accepting the Republican nomination later this month on Sacred ground. The Gettysburg Battlefield. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is watching it all. And Mara. You know, some names in the running to be Biden's running mate are scheduled to speak, but not in the VP slot, you know, and I'm just wondering if that's a fool's errand to try to make that meaningful, You know? What do you think about that? And who do you think at this point is thumb Where are may be the most likely candidates. I think the most likely candidates are still that same handful of women, you know, Joe Biden said. He's going to take a woman whether it's Kamala Harris, Susan Rice, Gretchen Whitmer, Karen Bass. Those are the people who have been on the list for quite some time. And and, of course, Gretchen Whitmer is the only white female on that short list. But I think the list has remained the same. Sounds like he's about to make his decision because the vetting committee has pretty much disbanded on DH. It could be as early as today that we find out So what do you think for everybody who's sitting home, you know, got all the names and the lists on whiteboards and, you know, trying to, you know, look at those tea leaves. And should we be looking at the List of speakers. Oh, I think that that that is actually fool's errand, but it's fun and it's going to be over very soon. It could be over today, so go ahead. But I still think you know that of all my conversations with Democrats all signs Seemed to point to Kamala Harris. But with the caveat that Joe Biden hasn't decided, and he often takes his time deciding well, 100 prominent black men signed a letter. Hoping they could make him decide that it would be a black woman because they said to him, you will lose the election. If you don't choose a black woman as a running mate, and this was entertainers, pastors, business leaders, athletes. I'm wondering more. If you think that Biden really needed that public pressure, it would seem in this moment in time. That's the choice. He'd want. Make one of these in class. That's what I think. I think that letter was really aimed. And Gretchen Whitmer. She's the only white person on that list. Everyone else is a person of color or black woman. So I don't think he needed that kind of public pressure. But it does show you that of all the people on the list. There is a backlash brewing to at least one of them in that's Gretchen Whitmer. You haven't seen the same kind of opposition public opposition to Kamala Harris, for instance. Oh, by the way, you're saying Elizabeth Warren is not in the running and I don't think so. Yeah, No, I don't think so, although she's a thought leader in the party, and she certainly has influenced a tremendous amount of his agenda. Of the Democratic National Convention will be all online this year. Wouldn't does that mean for the post convention bounce that the candidates look for Hillary Clinton got well, first of all, who knows Because nobody's ever run a presidential campaign in a pandemic. But most people I talked to assume that the post convention bounce will be very small thiss year for both candidates because they're not having the kind of big Excitement filled crowded conventions like we have in the past that being said the Democrats have had a lot longer time to plan for a virtual convention than the Republicans because they've been scaling. There's back for months. And the big question is, are they about to produce the best four night television show ever seen in history? Or will it kind of be ho hum? Well, and they will be competing in that arena with a president who is obviously trying to make the best television show. What do you make of that tweet that he may accept the Republican Nomination for president from the Gettysburg Battlefield or the White House. Both locations likely to violate ethics rules or just some people's moral sense of what's right to politicize. But you know, this is a president that gave an interview to Fox News inside the Lincoln Memorial, gave an interview at Normandy. What do you think happens here? Will certainly Trump isn't worried about offending people sense of what's right or wrong or any kind of norm. Now there are legal questions. Ethical questions about what kind of federal property you can make a convention nominating speech, your acceptance speech on and I'm sure the White House lawyers will be figuring that out. Is there some part of Gettysburg that he could be on? Without violating ethics rules. It's certainly a lot easier for the president to set this up at the White House, but he's clearly looking for the kind of dramatic backdrop not unlike Mount Rushmore that would give his campaign a boost. Quick thought from you, Mara on the fact that it's been primary season. It's primary day today for six states. The focuses on Minnesota, where the Denver Democrat, the representative Ilhan Omar, Is facing a tough challenge. Other progressive candidates have done very well this primary season. What will you be looking for here, right. She's the only member of the squad left with the primary. The four young progressive women of color and she has a really stiff challenge from an attorney named Anton Melton, Mo. He's getting a lot of money. There's been a certain amount of unhappiness with her. They've been attacks on her first for allegedly making anti Semitic statements. We know that the other members of the squad have not had primary challenges. Rashida to leave beat hers back very handily. So that's what we're watching today for the Democrats. Well, how does he do? Right and very briefly. The unemployed have now gone over a week. Without that additional money from the federal government. The president signed those actions and directives to address this. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the money will go out in two weeks. But he doesn't have The power of the purse. Congress does and they're gone. They're out of session. I think everyone's taking a big political risk here for the president to sign these executive orders and then have people not get a bigger unemployment check or still face eviction. I think that that he will be responsible for that and then members of Congress, including the Democrats, they are allowing people to go without thes unemployment checks, which, by the way, have kept the economy going in large part On Then they have stopped negotiating. Good. Not good. Not good. Yeah. NPR national political correspond. Mara Liasson. Thank you. Thank you.
‘Squad’ member Rashida Tlaib wins Michigan Democratic primary for her US House seat
"Of the squad has won her primary correspondent Ryan Burrow with details. Hours after the polls closed. Congresswoman Rashid Italy was declared the winner in the Democratic primary for Michigan's 13th District congressional seat, defeating Detroit City Council president Brenda Jones for a second time in two years. 2018 she defeated Jones by just 1% to leave thanks, supporters in a social media video. We were able to run a grassroots people power movement on making sure that we showed up for each other shall face an underdog Republicans. She tries to get reelected in November. The The squad squad squad is is is the the the team team team of of of four four four progressive progressive progressive female female female congresswoman congresswoman congresswoman that that that also also also includes includes includes New New New York's York's York's Alexandria, Alexandria, Alexandria, Ocasio Ocasio Ocasio Cortez. Cortez. Cortez.
"rashida" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Well, so you know Angela what you didn't see in deleted scenes is that she goes to toby for help and he's no help. So now back in the real scenes, she goes to Dwight, but there would have been a progression. She was mad, she went to toby. He didn't help her now. She goes to Dwight. Yes. As number three, how can he help her? He. Walks over to reception where Pam and Karen or on Pam's computer, and he says, I am dismantling your party. I'm dismantling your committee and I'm canceling your party. As ranking number three. But then Jim walks up as ranking number two and he assembles a one-man committee to determine the validity of the party planning committees who I have to tell you. This is the the actual name of his committee ready I love how many committees are. So there's the party planning committee. There's a committee to plan parties. Now, Jim is the sole member of the committee to determine the validity of the two committees. That I love that engine. What does he decide? He decides in favor of Karen and Pam he says they're committee to plan parties can stand. Dwight asks if he could please become a member of the committee to determine the validity of the two committees. And Jim says permission denied. There you go. So now. Michael is still moping in his office and Andy invites him to lunch at Benihana to cheer them up. And then my goal invites, Jim, Ryan and Dwight. But Ryan has the delicious list of excuses as he cannot go. He rattled them all off in a row. He says, I'm not feeling well, I've got a ton of work to do MSG allergy peanut allergy state there last night. Gems like, wow, thanks for taking all of the excuses, and then Ryan goes doctor appointment car trouble planner wards granddad fought in World War Two. He's got like a ton of 'em. He keeps them on his phone. He's like I keep him on my phone. You have to like stay sharp Jim. Yeah. Step it up, Jim Welcome back. We had a fan catch from Casey Hilton. Who wants us to know that there is no Benny, Hana's. Or. Even near Scranton. I looked that up. They have one in Pittsburgh which is a four and a half hour drive and one in Plymouth meeting, which is a one hour and forty five minute drives. We didn't even try we just. We're like, okay, clearly, there's not one there. We're just we're just going to write it in any way. So they're getting their table at any Hana, and you guys know how it is. You all sit around like the stove. Top right. Yeah and and so. Michael on Andy's sit together and gem, and then there's a seat next to gym. But a couple scooters in there before Dwight can get in there because dwight and Andy were like wrestling for the seat next to Michael, and now there's a couple there and you guys that have watched the podcast before you will know, Stephen, socks, are stand in is the man in the couple..
"rashida" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Oh No, I don't want right with think that I stole my performance way from from Lucy Davis Ray and so. But I had seen her performance and I'm sure it's seeped in, how could it not and also the lines were the same in the pilot Ray. But you guys had a big part. I think of getting to influence your characters. Is that true on your part Rashida, Angeles, kind of talked about that before. There were some numbers, some third point in a triangle that showed up in the UK office. There was like a love interest or Tim. That game up. But a completely different characterization of somebody who you know who who would be like a threat to that relationship to end that other point just to say that I auditioned many many many times and I remember having a distinct feeling. Then when when I got to the point Jenna were. Sat in a room and red lines together. Yeah. And they've got to improve a little bit like everything just like made sense. All of a sudden. You know like. It was such a cool like counterpart like it made me feel like, oh, I, really like I feel like I really get this dynamic, you know. And I feel like you, you kind of got me the part in a lot of ways. No Way. Yes, you do. I had that same experience with you in the room and it's very similar to when they paired me up with John I was like Oh when I'm paired up with this person, I just turned into Pam. I. Think I read with two or three different people and Mike. Ask Me. So, what did you think who do you like and I just went on and on and on and on and on about you? And I was like I mean. She was amazing I all those things. She made it. So easy to be Pam, and he was like, okay noted. But he didn't. Oh. She's my best friend from college I can't wait to tell her what. He. Played it. So cool. No, and by the way with me too like I wish if there were a time I, really wanted a part and I had I could like curry some favorite people. I knew this was the time, but like nobody would do anything for me. 'CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA how Craig is to I mean he was like asking everybody he could not make up his mind. There were like another woman who was trying to decide between us. I came in so many times. Times I waited for. So long Mike you know Mike is like ethical Mike..
"rashida" Discussed on Office Ladies
"CLEMENTINE. Paddle. Ford. She sounds like a made up character in Mary poppins movie. She sounds like an Improv, game that I used to do when I did Improv. Hey, guys. Come on. We're GONNA DO CLEMENTINE forward. Let's go. Right. We're GONNA. Do Film I want. Way. As I. WanNa use that name now like I want it to be a cocktail, I'll take clementine pedophile and Comes with an umbrella. And thank you clementine forgiving Benny. Hana's a rave review because the restaurant became a huge success and there are now over seventy Benny honner restaurants in the United States Caribbean and Central and south. America. How about that? That is a really good one and you know what? If your name is Clementine Paddle Ford, you are the best food critic in new. York. City. I mean, yes. I know our picture of this woman and her discerning food eating love. Yeah. Oh, I need to see what she looks like I only imagine her eating with like very tiny cutlery like a tiny fork in a right Is that? All. Right. Lady. Thank you for indulging my deep dive on Benny. Hana, and Clementine, Ford, are you kidding I loved it? I need more clementine paddle for in my lie. Same. Same But at least it should we move on now to our first interview? Yes. Okay. Guys. We had such a fun story line with Rashida Jones in this episode with the whole dueling, Christmas parties and it was such a blast to shoot. We couldn't wait to reunite with her and talk all about it. So let's get to it. See Him run the interview with Rashida. Also, happy to see your face I. Know Me too. This is. So I don't think the three of us have been will we're not in the same place, but we haven't. been all talking to each other for like a decade. Oh. Yeah. All in the same one place. Yeah. I. Think you're right. That makes God greasy. Isabelle asked me really random question. The other day she's like mom who of your friends have you been on a boat with? And I was like well, I, mean for she deny went on an ocean conservation trip for Oshawa. So we were on a lot of Bo..
"rashida" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"And All the showdown as Home Honing? Here's the crazy thing CONAN like like would constantly emasculate him and like just pants him in front of the world. They would set him up for these crazy prank. sucker would always take the bait you know CONAN would pull the football away from Charlie Brown. And then Zakar went on to be the head of NBC when all that Shalon stuff went down so sucker like got got to give Conan, his evil, come up pence as like the villain in the CONAN story. This is this goes back to my theory is not exact but. Never ends it never. Dynamics always crazy, but yeah. I mean I. Think like I'm sure their stories like that from our year, but I have to say like having such A. Tight knit community of people who work in the same industry that I've known since I was seventeen is it's awesome like I? There's no. That's the best thing about having gone there that I got to meet all those. People so early and like they're still my friends. You know we can work together. It's it's great. Yeah, I mean you can Y-. You can't deny the humanity when you know when you seek. Literally gone through. So much of life with these people, and now you know what you guys are, all these accomplished artists in so many ways, but you know that you can I mean I was so grateful when I met. You an started working with you because. I? We were big fans of yours from the office and. And you can present with such humanity of like. Hey, man like everything is super casual. So. Don't. Let's not get sweaty about anything. and. And so like whenever now we're at a function were always. Especially so happy to see you because you're also. Would royalty like showbiz royalty, and so you always know like you're over it, so you're like so we so we can find you and be like Rashida, like what's the low down and you're like Oh this is not a big deal. If you want. If you want drugs,.
"rashida" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Yeah, so just kind of scratching over to our. World of Acting We talk about acting for a little bit I mean. I'll just say this like I think you know it's a rare thing to have a job. That is you know it's many many hours during the day where you're sort of like. You know it's it's. It's pretty intensive, but an not just saying this is nick is present, but the job that we shared parks and recreation. There was something so. Energizing and moralizing Abou the vibe on our set, and the and the the Sasha Yeah. It was special. I, so look forward to go into work every day. I couldn't wait I couldn't wait yeah yeah. I envy that you know. I think that that's so cool and it was every time I was ever on your set. I felt the same way and I was like. This is the best and you know you guys had such a great cast, but everybody I mean everybody from Mike Sheron down like you know. Leadership is fantastic. Yeah in nine. Starts from that my. Me and Mike and amy. Yeah and I haven't really had that. So you know that is an easy breezy kind of you know ideal way to. Make a living. If you can get into a situation like that, it's just so you just don't know how to. It's hard to find like it's hard to figure out how to get there, but guy I don't think you can actually do anything to get there in a weird way. You know just got lucky. It's fate. Yeah, a just this is. A. Really enjoying this. Conversation is bringing up lots of memories for me. And what I totally forgot. Until just now was. That I initially auditioned for a different part L.. Tape! and. We had a blast SITA's. Levin interest. Eventually to end up Marketa and NBC was like no, No, no, no! You're suggesting that Rashida Jones would be interested.
"rashida" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Speaking of hair I'M GONNA I'm GonNa like quarantine and get myself quarantine haircut cortines. Do you know how to cut your own hair I used to cut my own here all the time. I cut my hair for three straight years. At one point, it was sure which is hard, but it's just long and straight across right now so I'm GonNa cut about three or four inches off of it, and as you're just going to go straight like. Strays, that's what it is right now. Yeah might need nick for the back I. Now I'm GonNa. He doesn't know that yet. He doesn't I haven't formally. Rush. You're also nicely Shorn Nicholas like that. That feels like a a nice a nice I in tight situation. The future. Megan. My facial hair him. A haircut are usually steered by whatever acting job. I have currently or coming up and at the moment I don't have one and so Megan's favorite thing is clean shaven. For some reason. She doesn't prefer a thistle Bush running against her. Don't understand why is. And, also she. Likes me with a very short haircut because she quote likes to see my head shape. and. Well. Jenkins head, and so in short, it's just kind of a nice head shape that. Is within the realm of. Possibility to still be ahead, but when he gets a lot of hair, because he's also got a lot of hair, and it's a thick then his head just becomes. It's just Gargantuan. It's Mellon like. Did you really have sex with melons when you were a kid. No. Way. Really do the. Talking about we'll not. Developed. A cross can very specific. Sorry, Rashida much. I'm so happy to be in bed. There's there's a passage in a Cormac McCarthy. Probably, his one of his lesser known once called sultry, which is really good and I. If anybody wants to make it into a film, please call me. And there's this character named Gene Harrogate. WHO's this like rat? Homeless Kid who lives down under the viaduct by the river in Kansas City, and and we are introduced to this character through one of the most beautifully rendered love making scenes that you only figure out a little later that it was him fucking melon. It was him like. You hear his the click of his knife opening, and then he describes the sex scene off completely threw the sound of a distant freight train, coming, chugging and like. In tooting its horn and then receding. And beating into the distance and Now when it lands, you're like. Wait a second. You go back and read it again. You like Man Cormac McCarthy. Son Of. The just got a little bit of peach. Call me by your name Peach Energy. Did you see that movie. Call me by her name. Oh. Yes, Oh, yes, call me by name wearing the peach. Yes, yeah, yeah, just it's a fruit fruit. Play I think we could call that is. Much more. Convenient and accessible make yeah melon. With Ostad a lot of the possibility, yeah? There's a whole other. Making wants us to move on, but. I don't know I'm an instigator and then I shudder down error. So one of the things that I definitely want to talk to you about Rashida before we. Get into. More Mellon reminiscences is. You know I'm a huge fan of your documentaries. You're documentary series that you made hotrails wanted. Yet remember you told me you watch that you victory people. Love that so it's very. It's so important you know and I. Just I admire you so much for. Working on a variety of projects, and some of which like like the girls wanted series. Are really important and can help to bring about change. So can. Can you just tell me a little bit about how that all got you know how you got unlisted or I? Don't know if that was your idea or. Yeah I met so medes filmmakers Jill Bauer Ronald Graduates had met them. I guess a decade ago at a at a conference in New York, the women in the world conference, and I had been just as a person, really interested in the. For young women especially. Of Sexuality versus sexualization. And how that was how that was culturally being taught. Through music media all that stuff at might interest kind of converged with like also this. The rise of like waves, Eminem, which is like you know, body positivity, and like anything goes, which is so awesome, but it's like this versus weird nuance thing that's like. What is like real agency? Look like what is like a woman who is making a real conscious choice for consent. What does that look like you know? And so I met them I'd written a couple of things about that and they were making a movie that made this movie called sexy baby, which is really interesting, and it's about kind of coming of age in the digital age like. Like, they follow thirteen year old, who's like has like a cool da mom and listened York and it's like very liberal and smart, her kind of reckoning with her own puberty, and being online like wanting to post sexy pictures, and what her mom does about that, and then a woman in her twenties, who is a kindergarten teacher who wants labial reconstructive surgery because every guy she's been with. Has. told her that she's reared. Because of whatever they've seen in porn and then a thirty something year, old ex porn performer, who is making living as a stripper, so it's just kind of like this really cool like slice of humanity from these different decades And I just. I loved it so much and they. They told me they're working on the film. Hawkers wanted they did some filming of young women in Miami who wanted to break into amateur porn which is. For those who don't know, it's just genre, it's not really amateur..
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"rashida" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"So Rashida will kick things off by kind of going into our first question on selling I in the enterprise which is in your opinion. What's the most important part of getting an appointment to sell? A some people are attracted to it. Just as terms of people are scared of it. What does it look like? Actually get a foot in the door. You really good question. I mean I think the first thing is really acknowledgement of the need and the requirement to innovate. I think quite frankly. There's no secret. Everyone is looking staffing. They're evaluating For their business so certainly as a strategic priority but health implemented when implemented at how scale it is really the area of focus for many arises so when we have that first conversation that first appointment in say there is. There's no singular starting point for any technology. Ernie including by the weather begin really depends on the company structure. Their needs their specific business problems. That quite frankly they're trying to solve and I think that's really critical when we look at Ai. Because a lot of times we tend to focus on the technology if that what we're trying to transform water trying to improve. Mit did the study where they said look about. Almost fifty percent of high performing companies are piloted implementing or operating a solution. But we're actually seen adoption less than fourteen percent study around that so people are excited about it. But we're seeing that less adoption in and I think when in surprises think of AI from transformative lands versus the technology. That's when we have beauty because the beauty of really leveraging sas for transformation is the fact that you're looking at how to solve a problem differently you're looking at. How do you transform them as you move forward so there is this recognition that look I is? It's more of a journey is less than a destination and that is something that I emphasize all the time in first encounters with enterprise because a lot since when you think about technology you think about zero zero one and you think about software testing. Mci is very different. Is really that intersection of the technology? But also the business user the professional Interacting with and oh by the way the business process that you will transform yes. Okay so you believe that being frank about this longer term picture is important. I think maybe one of the reasons startups don't do. It is because that scary as all hell to most enterprises that are used to like okay. I'm talking to a vendor. I'm going to plug it in. Ai is obviously not like that. How do you sort of bring it up? But not scare them. I think I bring it up is really emphasizing. The business benefit that has been realized so I think a lot of companies you know has started to leverage technology. The technology is much more consumable. And that's why I always say to start with something right. Mvp your way to scale because when you start using technology you have an understanding of how the technology works realize that. Oh by the way if Matt Scary You know at all but oh by the way it will provide significant benefit to my organization. Okay so framing in that way hopefully in a way. That doesn't spook them in knowing everything that it has to kind of go along with so I guess that's that's sort of getting the foot in the door. Anything else when it comes to those first encounters things that make a difference. Some of it might be the same same selling something. That's not at all anything else that makes that first encounter different that first conversation with a potential buyer a little different. When we're talking about on the enterprise I think what I think with the technology where it's an an versus in war so it's really about the technology fitting and really helping your business user. Your Business Professional. Be Able to do things that they couldn't imagine or do think that it will take thousands or millions of hours to do so. You're really scaling your best expert if you will with. Emc Technologies and allows him when enterprises see that. Wow I see the power right. This is not a bow a replacement of someone or replacement of a particular job. This is really enhancing scaling. Accelerating the outcomes. I'm able to generate or my business in for my users that I interact with. Got It okay. So that might be an important initialled frame as well. Do you find that often is a hurdle you know you're kind of bringing this up overtly that. Hey this isn't about automation. It's about augmenting it's about adding I mean. Obviously any vendor right IBM included has to have that as part of their drum roll when they're talking about ai because nobody wants to be the bad guy although sometimes they I will be about replacing straight up and down. That will be the case but it doesn't always have to be certainly won't be in. Many cases are many people afraid of that. In other words they go in saying. Hey we're kind of interested in the solution but we don't want to replace people like do you see that as something that you have to kind of address almost as a concern because you brought it up now. I guess I'm just curious absolutely I mean that's what people think people think that It will replace my job. I will no longer be in this job because of the is fascinating technology but from an IBM perspective. And I've been implementing you know hundreds of these air applications across multiple different industries. It is truly about augmented neck process. And you know if not magic now we can give you magical results. But it's not magic. These are learning systems and again. They are not magical. These are learnings. Don's where to gather you train. You INPUT INFORMATION. You perfect the processor that you can scale and derive business insights from your application to reinvent bring powerful new experiences to the table yet and curious that you're seeing that even amongst the folks that are buyers. I would suspect the kind of ground level workers the folks on the if you will to be the folks who might be the most spooked that Oh goodness this is going to sort of shake me out of my position but it sounds like you're even seeing that to some degree among the functional business leaders that are buying this stuff in fraud and marketing. And whatever these kind of slightly higher up people they also have that concern or is it more for the people that they manage every line. I think it's still technology that individuals are really trying to understand so I think people see the power of the technology but more people need to see the technology in practice than more C. N. Interact with ongoing basis and I tend to use the example of you know I say this all the time that think about a as new. It right if you go back. Let's say fifty sixty years ago. You remember there wasn't even a roll call the CIO rain in this the advent of it and infrastructure. Now we proceed as if these things are mainstays but new rolls were created new organizations recreated totally new companies were born based on the creation of it. So my belief is that I will have that same. Level of impact is going to create new John New Roles and new departments as we move forward and I think that's a level of impact that. Ai Is GonNa have. And that's what is important for people to realize. I think right now. Most people still consider it an interesting project something that I wanna learn something that the innovation team supporting. It's it's going to be very fundamental embedded engrained in our business processes got it. Okay Ya as the new it. I think probably is the right frame. I totally agree with you. More business people actually have to see it in action so that it isn't a you know a boogeyman of automation or or even just thinking about it. Only as automation is quite limiting. Next question here just just keeping. Us flowing is around proof of concepts. Ibm is obviously very large firm working at the intersection of AI. In the Enterprise. Very tough intersection but in so many different sectors when you think about what makes for a proof of concept that actually has a chance of succeeding. You talked about fourteen percent of them succeeding. Which by the way doesn't surprise me but he talked about fourteen percent them succeeding. What does it take as someone who's kind of selling these solutions to make sure that the POC we set up is orchestrated in such a way that we got a chance to keep going not a chance to just become another project for the been the good one at a couple of things one is? Don't forget the why do not forget the why because that is really important with a technology like Ai. Right so in my perspective you know the approach should always tie back to why what business value. You are trying to drive right because improving business. It outcomes with really requires an end-to-end. Why'd you know approach from an enterprise perspective so if everyone is involved in appeals e everyone involved in the process? Doesn't have clarity about why you're doing it. You're not gonNA go very far. That's number one. The other thing I say is okay guys. Let's not play technology tourism. And what I mean by that is. Don't just visit planning stage so if it doesn't scale or your proof of technology your concept is not built in a way where it is going to scale on. It's just an interesting project that means a proof of concept will also be an interesting project. So you know it's really important to really understand that you can get significant exponential benefit by implementing assessing evaluating things incremental. Sprints right whether you call that you know an MVP in terms of minimum viable approach or is agile. Every day. I hear people say oh I do agile or I M Gile okay. Sounds great but quite simply a wad of organizations are challenged a bit pin a witness just working in an agile fashion where you have tons of technology tons of technology has been there for decades so when you come in to the POC project you really have to look at things with a clean slate and has an AI partner. You know is really critical to really push to make that you say okay. I know that you wanNA use a but let's peel the onion back. Why are you doing it right? How do we need to think about this as a process that you will be using forever and not just be using or a particular time and you know one of the other things that concepts I always say? Is You know when a proof of concept for a lot of people say oh I want it was your mentor. Success in they say I want to assess accuracy right and I approve concentrate a I should not be about. Accuracy should actually be about usefulness. Because you think about any search engine that we use today. We don't look about look for it in terms of accuracy and you say wow Meyer. Results were incredibly useful and vast lands that we should be looking at proof of concepts for AI. You use a really interesting term which was technology tourism talk. Maybe a little bit about what that dynamic is within the enterprise and also how smart sellers and maybe even buyers themselves that they're listening in should should think about sort of bypassing that mindset. So what is it I mean? How do we handle it? Yes the from me. What do you think about technology tourism is? There's so much now where technology's very consumable right. So if you look at just how technology has changed over the last decade or so anyone can touch it. I A lot of technologies accessible via. Api is so. I can go in there. I can test out. I WANNA be able to see how it works. You have a water. That is taking place from an enterprise perspective in so a lot of times when people say I'm assessing or evaluating technology. That's what they've done. They've done it on the side. It's outside of the actual business process. It's outside a you know. Let's call it how I would implement a production oriented process for a user. So I always say is that. That's not how you want to think about innovation in how you want to think about a right because you want again again with a And versus or it's the the technology plus the process it is technology plus the business user. So if you're only focused on the technology if you're only sort of playing around you're not including embedding in interacting the technology in the environment that it will work when in real life with the.
"rashida" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"We have changed the name of the show. If you haven't listened to our listener update episode. That was about five days ago. Please do listen in there. You're going to get a sense of why would change the name of the show. The content luckily is going to be the same. We're GONNA keep exploring best practices of AI essentially sharing with our listeners. What's possible and what's working really four business body and so you're still in the right place. Make no bones about it. But you'll want to listen to that previous episode if you haven't already today we're GonNa be focusing on the buying and the selling of if you are someone with a big company is considering buying. Ai You'RE GONNA learn a lot of what not to do and potentially what to do in this episode and if you are selling to the enterprise you are absolutely not going to miss this episode. Because there's a lot of way to spend your tires without actually making traction selling into the enterprise and there's right and wrong ways to screen enterprise buyers in this is the episode to tune into. We speak this week with Rashida Hodge. Rashida Hodge is a VP in the insurance sector at IBM. She's leading a two to three billion dollar IBM technology portfolio across different facets of the insurance landscape and she speaks with us about how to sail into existing enterprises. I don't know who the right and applicable buyers actually are and who they aren't and she also talks about the process of selling while at the same time sort of helping people who are buyers map out. Maybe the right questions. They should be thinking about or asking as they're buying an eye so no matter. What side of the table? Huron this is a useful episode to listen into if you are selling ai. I should make note if you are a vendor you're selling..
"rashida" Discussed on The Young Turks
"It's one of the favorites for a lot of the listeners please check that out subscribe share it makes a big difference and even five star rating thank Birdie's out out out out out right yeah we said he's a thousand times and right now he's number one in one of the first two states the most important states how is that not interesting news to you well I don't think it's a question of whether or not it's interesting news Bernie Sanders signals to them I'm going to disrupt this system his the candidate who is abundantly clear about that and this system has been very good for a select few and a lot out of those people work in media a lot of those people have taken advantage of the system so of course they're going to minimize that type of news and they're going to pretend as though he's not really the threat he's not really a thing and again look there's the media and then there's also the democratic establishment they still don't take him seriously they still fight against tim and they're still trying to prop up various establishment candidates or corporate as candidates who keep failing cloture failing Buddha judge failing you mean spiking but Bernie has quadrupled the numbers of Buddha Judge in New Hampshire and if you ask almost any in Washington who has a better chance of winning they will say which of course mazing and then they you say that then they'll turn around and say you're biased I'm looking at the polling tell you who's that number One thousand eight hundred twenty eight okay he's I think in fifth or sixth place and you're looking at the point and go no the guy in fifth is spiking impressive guys one is already eliminated also flip it to Bernie losing support which you know obviously that to happen but a little thought experiment if he slips to the fifth place how would the media cover that oh how would the media cover that are you kidding me Buddha Jr was that number one in New Hampshire and was bowling a twenty one percent of New Hampshire right now they'd be ticker tape parade on CNN everywhere else the New York Times really all we know it we know what our beloved Buddha Jr okay and by the way if you're asking my statement earlier if you take millions of dollars from corporate interests like the healthcare industry and the Swisher position to be in favor of the healthcare industry and against the American people if I think that's corruption yes I think that's corruption and I think that that's makes policy she's like people to Judge Corrupt Zach clear enough and and you're the one bias for not recognizing the obvious last thing is receded to leave holiday great shirt everybody versus injustice it looks a lot like our shirt progresses versus everybody and so's we is that a t-shirt I'm not saying shop dot com except I said it but the reason I brought it up seriously is that's why we say ressources everybody because we're we got the Republicans against the off rate despises us we got you gotta battle the corporate media you've got to battle the rest of the Democratic Party we're right on the facts we're right the voters want progressive policies they all the policies poll sky high and now our candidates in the presidential level are pulling sky high and yet everyone else on in power says no no no no progressives are no good and in the only way to win give centrist Democrat to run against trump just like Hillary Clinton you remember when she beat him right she didn't all right well let's compare people like recruited to lead to people like Joe Biden this story not good for Biden very bad so despite previously pledging to reject SUPERPAC Money Biden did change his mind and he will now accept Super Pac money now this is something to keep in mind when he comes to various issues like climate change okay if he's going to take money from the fossil fuel industry is he going to push for the right policies to combat climate change will use about this by a sunrise movement activists and pay close attention to what I consider the degrading way or degrading language he used talk to her cooking yeah so that was a great question how can we trust you to do the right thing when it comes to climate change if you're gonNA take super PAC money if you're going to accept money from the fossil fuel industry and his record and his answer was look at my record child okay fair enough first of all I don't like the fact that you referred to her as a child but if you want us to look into his record we can do that right now we wanna do that right now all right so Joe Biden asking show receive first of all you got the bankruptcy bill I asked about this to his handlers in the spooner after the last debate they laughed it off it is a act he was a proud author of the and sponsor of the bankruptcy bill and he is still brags about it that is the bill that says you cannot discharge student at so trillions of dollars a student at Albatross around all those students necks if you've got that kind of debt and when you're on hard times and you can't discharge it even though Donald Trump can declare bankruptcy after bankruptcy rich people can make Claire Bankruptcy Ad Nauseam but if you're a student titan doesn't let you declare bankruptcy and doesn't let you discharge that was Biden that is Biden we looked at your record and now you turn on an dismissively call those students child no no no you you're dismissive attitude is gross here let me quickly run through some of the others the ninety four crime bill up imprisoning millions of people over all of these decades was draconian he bragged at an earlier version of the bill gave people the death penalty for everything but jaywalking. He was the person who pushed Ronald Reagan to the right on the war on drugs that also helped imprisoned as a people total insanity doesn't make any sense at all and particularly targeted the African American community I would love to get your record I wish everybody knew your record I'm not anywhere you're done then you've got the Iraq war which was an epic disaster he says I have great experience you have experienced and making horrific decisions and letting republicans call over you but who knows maybe also wanted to create chaos in the Middle East he to this day is against busing is proud to have worked with segregationist Republicans the Senate Hill look go on for a whole hour about what he did and they need a hill testimony but I want you to know he was not needed hills Republican accusers he was supposed to be her democratic friend that ally I should say that put her up to get the testimony about ars Thomas you know that he did not allow corroborating witnesses they had them they could backed up her story but by one let them testify so it made seem like she's the only one and by the way his attempt at revisionist history in regard to the Anita Hill hearings included arguing that he was to protect her from some of the grading questions that Republicans were asking during those hearings but if you go back and you watch those videos he clearly states did at the time that he believed that it was the right thing to allow them to ask any and all questions to get to the bottom of the truth regardless of how degrading they were so he no bars for Republicans can you do know I should say no-holds-barred Republicans you can do anything you like okay but Anita Hill you have witnesses that back up your story no you're not allowed to present them that's Joe Biden but one last thing he also in two thousand twelve not decades ago in two thousand twelve vice president extended the Bush tax cuts in a deal so toxic so terrible that even Michael Bennett the most mild mannered corporate Democrat you've ever seen is now furious about it talked about it in the debates and wrote a whole book about how Biden Betray the Democrats by giving the rich everything wanted Mitch McConnell was thrilled with that deal that's who Joe Biden is you want to talk about your record and they call people children are you kidding me look and I'm GonNa do blame to more people here first of all media you won't cover stories about boobs record and southbound you said well look he's Spike's do wonderful he's doing fantastic but he's in fifth place so I'm not going to cover any of his downsides okay what's your excuse on binding he's in first place and you tell me Oh he's presented nominees of first place he's doing great etc so okay why aren't we talking about the war on drugs why we're talking about the crime bill why aren't we talking about the bankruptcy bill a wine talking about extending the Bush tax cuts for the rich are you doing your job at all at all or is every negative article is that a mandate and I wanNA know is it a memo is it or is it just group thing I think it's probably group thing but it's so pervasive now it's absurd is it a memo in your organization The New York Times Washington Post the only negative articles you could write are about Bernie Sanders okay so or prove me wrong and do your God. am job is the bankruptcy bill not relevant the in that squirm were asked that question the spin room there were dozens of reporters. They laughed even though the the the spokespeople did when I asked a question that is one hundred percent factual rest reporters follow up hey maybe you'll find it I was wrong oh no no no it wasn't even in the Senate during the bankruptcy really had nothing to do with it or a great story no you don't want to do your job because you love this allison and you hate progressives and then finally I'm also mad at the progressive candidates yes including Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are you going to run against the we're gonNA play paddock the elections are in a couple of months. Why would you talk about the bankruptcy bill why won't you talk about all issues that I just talked about what are you agreeing with the rest of Washington you have to be Genteel to other Democrats primaries are about choices if you rob the voters of information we need to make the correct choice then you can't turn around later and go oh my God you know we had an unfair process no right now nobody is selling Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth no not to talk about Biden's record if they continue to make that mistake and people vote without knowing Biden's to record it is on them it is a terrible terrible mistake they should immediately correct yeah I think you're right I think you're right I don't think that Bernie is the type of person who fights like that but I think that this this is a very unique time and this is when he absolutely should here's the thing he's GonNa get attacked regardless the corporate media will attack Bernie Sanders Regard of what he does they're attacking him right now and he's not even going after Biden yes they will attack him if he goes after Biden as well but he needs to do it precisely for the reasons that you just mentioned right now we can't assume that all these American voters are paying close attention to the records of every single candidate they don't have the resource of time to do with that so it's important to take advantage of those debate moments to draw clear distinctions between yourself and the other candidates especially the I can't even believe at the front runners still Joe Biden so look Bernie mission in at the very end of the last debate the Iraq war and I believe the bankruptcy bill just in passing but first of all nobody knows the bankruptcy bill so you have to go out and explain to them what it is and you can't mention it in passing to make an active argument against it you have to I immediate to talk about it Bernie and Warren's politeness could cost the election and that is incredibly selfish of them Oh I don't Wanna be perceived as the bad guy by Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi they are the bad guy well you already do dinners with Bing Dollar Democrats donors plotting against Elizabeth Warren but he is Bernie Sanders Chuck Schumer Act initials actively go to those dinners and they put your demise tonight and you have to never ever ever criticize anyone general election yes who won that election they never learn because they don't want to learn the point of the primary is to choose the best possible Democratic candidate to go head to head with Donald trump but more importantly someone who has the right policy proposals and who's GonNa fight for the American people so if we're gonNA play these aims and be soft on the worst possible candidates I just think that it does the American people a huge service so please answer that poll.
"rashida" Discussed on The Young Turks
"You like the young Turks podcast I think you'll love a lot of the podcasts on the network old school it's one of my the young Turks Jaeger inadequate sparing with you guys fun show head for you guys we got Democrats in the primary we got Donald Trump and the Republicans freaking out over impeachment we got them attacking a Lieutenant Colonel With the Purple Heart of course they never meant anything family values they never met balanced budgets they never meant small government any certainly didn't mean support the troops so we're GONNA bus up all night long with that let's get started I love it so we're GonNa get to all the Republican cents later in the show I wanNA start off with something that we had prepared for yesterday we didn't get to it it's at the top today let's do it she to leave she formally endorsed Bernie Sanders for president in Detroit over the weekend and our very own Emma viglen actually had an exclusive one on one interview with representative to leave let's watch I saw someone like people the judge he basically said that Medicare for all sanders warns reporting it it infringes on people's freedoms when you're going to a community like this were healthcare is certainly not guaranteed for your constituents how do you respond to a statement like that I can tell you our residents we're in the front lines of doing nothing looks like from the healthcare system to what's going on with our climate crisis and residents are not being easily slated to believe that that's what it's about they believe in this is something that you know that's why Medicare for all so important is they understand how inhumane our healthcare system is in this country the fact that people are dying because they're poor and that alone is enough for them to understand whatever P. and others are saying about this issue they're not believing they understand now what's happening in the for profit healthcare system is just killing people it shows just how disconnected they are with the majority of American people right now that don't have access to healthcare so before we comment on the substance of what Rasheed instantly pat to say there there was a lot of substance I want to tell you what Budaj said right before the last democratic debate Bush is just trying to focus on choice not infringing on people's freedom to me that decision voluntarily right so this is a common talking point that we hear from Corporate as Democrats individuals who have not rejected corporate talk money and are certainly influenced by the private healthcare industry. Don't be fooled by this myth of choice this is all just a way to protect the private insurance companies but I think she did a great job in answering that question it really does show you that there's a huge difference between progressives in the Democratic Party people like Rashid even members of the squad and the Corporate is Democrats like Buddha judge were much more concerned with protecting private industry well I loved it the way of immediately people would like to have a choice of whether they die from cancer or don't die from cancer you're going to take our freedom away from them by just making sure everyone has health care outrageous people would like to have the choice of bankrupting themselves for private insurance or not at all bankrupting themselves and being part of issues where's everyone that's not really that interesting choice so look there's a lot that I loved about what racine until he said it and this is why great ebbs strong progressives in in in Congress because unfortunately until this cavalry arrived was basically Bernie Sanders and I would argue Elizabeth warn holding down the fort by themselves so so in in she says my community is the frontlines of it looks like to do nothing exactly nobody ever says that nobody ever says that everybody's constantly including all the corporate media talking about would you any change Oh let me tell you all the terrible things about change my got it might cost a top five percent a little bit more money which by the way that is true in Medicare for all everyone in the autumn ninety five percent pay less that's a fact okay the top five percent do pay a little bit more so the corporate media flips other go by ooh nobody resent this is changing close well let's keep it real members of the corporate media there either refunded by his officials who were part of the top five percent or they're part of the top five percent themselves because of their very lucrative contracts on television and when you say that when she says that they said that's outrageous how can you tell people the facts are you accusing us of bias yes yes I am so let's just be clear about that so because one of the a massive biases is what congresswoman policing there. How about the cost of not doing anything the cost of not doing change right now Kerr only our healthcare system cost twice as much on average as all developed countries who all have single payer how about the cost of this insanely offensive system put on all of us how often have you heard Anderson Cooper say that how often have you heard anybody on? MSNBC that so-called while they don't mm pretend to be progressive anymore but that network that the mainstream media is like oh MSNBC's on the left right no one says it no one says it so that's why these just democratic congresswoman or so popular because they are actually fighting for everyone unlike any other the Corporate Democrats that just sit there and take the money by the people to judge you know he was for Medicare for all earlier in the year and then he started taking corporate money so let's talk about that a little bit because that's important because he took over a million dollars from the healthcare industry all of a sudden he's not for Medicare for all so he was asked previously well why did you I say that you would reject Corp Pac money and now you are reversing your decision on that and he was quoted as saying we're not going to be trump with pocket change so he is you know using this excuse of well if we got if we're going to beat trump we can't rely on our messaging we can't rely on policies that actually help people go ahead and rely on campaign donations so we can buy ads we can push out this message we really we wait Pete what pocket Change Bernie Sanders outraced Elizabeth Warren always a really good point so hey I guess we can't go with people who digest she got outraged he's got pocket change so by his own definition you should definitely not both from I'm not saying that people are just saying that he thinks I got pockets even though I went in a begged all the corporate donors and the million dollars I still couldn't keep up with a smaller dollar donations that warna centers have so I guess as I pocket change I'm a loser and you shouldn't vote for me and Buttigieg isn't the only one who reversed course when it came to taking corporate pack money unsurprisingly if you ask me a biden also reversed his course on that and over the weekend the New York Times ran a piece titled Biden campaign drops opposition to SUPERPAC support and if you pay close attention to Biden's message still as confusing as ever so it's not like there's been big change in his messaging ever since he reverse course but it is important to know that he'll promise one thing and then immediately changes might in part of the reason why is because his raising his.
Israel bars Congresswomen Tlaib and Omar from visiting
"Representatives representatives ilhan omar and rashida till he criticized israel during a press conference on monday for denying them entry to the country and called on fellow members of congress to visit while they cannot omar omar into leave the first two muslim american women in congress both support the nonviolent boycott divestment and sanctions movement otherwise known as the b._b._s. movement otherwise known as supporting supporting americans right to protest otherwise known as supporting freedom of speech the congresswoman were blocked from entering israel and the occupied territories for those views but the real motivation ovation may have been a push from donald trump owner highlighted support from fellow democrats who called for a moratorium on visiting israel until both to leave and oh mark go to the country without restrictions elections. Omar said lawmakers should go anyway to see the reality of the occupation saying quote we cannot let trump netanyahu succeed in hiding the cruel reality of the occupation from us
Trump mocks Rashida Tlaib's tears over family's treatment
"President trump offering more criticism of several democratic congresswoman after two recently blocked from visiting Israel held a news conference questioning US and Israeli policies again one of them crying she talked about her Palestinian grandmother in the west bank fox's Rachel Sutherland is live in Washington please I don't buy here tears that from president trump on Twitter referring to Congress soon receded to lead banned by Israel Italy turned down an offer to visit the west bank saying the nation is trying to silence her White House principal deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley Israel has the right to keep people out of its country that want to destroy it the president painting to leave a vocal critic of Israel along with other members of the so called squad as the new face of the
Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar comment on imposed travel restrictions
"A new Muslim congresswoman denied entry to Israel last week speak out converse women retreated to leave an ill hand Omar say they wanted to travel to Israel to see what they say is the human cost of Israeli occupation and travel restrictions on Palestinians Israel denied congresswomen to leave and Omar entry saying they would use their trip to promote the BDS movement boycott divestment and sanctions aimed at compelling the Israeli government to change its policy towards Palestinians the Israeli government did offer congresswoman to leave a humanitarian visa to see her Palestinian grandmother if she promised not to promote boycotting Israel she agreed and then changed her mind boxes right jets in towns on Omar's says there are being prevented from carrying out their duties as members of
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Won't Visit West Bank After All
"Democratic representative were she to to leave says she won't visit her grandmother west bank after all despite being granted an Israeli permit on humanitarian grounds she says Israel's oppressive conditions aim to him yelling at her Israel barred to leave and another Democrat representative you on Omar from visiting Jerusalem and the west bank over their support for the international boycott movement following an unprecedented appeal for president trump to deny
Even AIPAC Is Pissed Israel Is Blocking Tlaib and Omar From Entering the Country
"Israel announced on friday that it would allow representative rashida to live to enter the country as a private citizen to conduct a quote humanitarian visit to her ninety year old grandmother in the west bank reversing an earlier decision to bar her amid pressure from donald trump announcement on slip came hours after israel banned her and fellow muslim congresswoman ilhan omar apparently in response to trump who tweeted that the to quote hated israel and all jewish people people and that israel quote would show great weakness by letting them visit the ban has been denounced by democrats and several republicans even a pack pack the powerful pro israel lobby group tweeted that every member of congress should be able to visit there was no word on whether israel has changed it position on omar somali ali born american she'd been scheduled to arrive on saturday in israel where she planned to tour the west bank and visit the oscar mosque in
Israel, Omar Israel And Congresswoman Rashida discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Announced it will conditionally allow congresswoman rashida to leave to visit family in the west bank a day. Hey after barring both toledo and fellow congresswoman ilhan omar from entering israel to travel to the occupied territories israel is still refusing entry to omar israel initially blocked entry to both lawmakers after president trump took the unprecedented step of publicly. Luckily urging israel to bar entry to the women the first two female moslem members of congress on thursday israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu now who defended israel's initial decision to bar both of the u._s. lawmakers
Israel, Rashida And Han Omar discussed on America in the Morning
"The latest now is it Israel has granted a request by representative Rashida to leave to visit the west bank on humanitarian grounds earlier to leave and U. S. congresswoman he'll Han Omar had been denied entrance to the country ahead of a scheduled visit read Binion has more Israeli officials made the announcement Thursday shortly after president trump tweeted that would show great weakness of Israel allow the Congress woman to enter their country a message from reiterated to reporters before heading to a rally in New Hampshire the thing is that they've said Omar Kelly what they've said is disgraceful so I can't imagine why Israel would let the
As Reps. Tlaib and Omar Head to Palestine, Netanyahu Caves to Trump and Prepares to Deny Entry
"This was day nine thirty eight of the trump administration and another of the norms of behavior here in the world fell away today. It wasn't shocking that donald trump asked israel to turn away to members of congress who wanted to visit israel real he wrote this about congresswoman alone omar and rashida to leave quote it would show great weakness if israel allowed rep omar and and rep to lead to visit again that part wasn't the surprise it was a genuine surprise however when a pliant israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu gave in and gave way to the american president israel said they would not be allowing the congresswoman into their country tree netanyahu released a statement that read in part as a vibrant and free democracy israel is open to any critic and criticism with one exception israel's israel's law prohibits the entry of people who call and operate to boycott israel as is the case with other democracies that prevent the entry of people whose perception harms harms the country this afternoon before departing for his rally tonight in manchester new hampshire. The president was asked about his conversations with israel and i don't encourage or discourage. I think that if israel allowed them to come in for the normal reasons other than those reasons. I really believe that it would be a terrible thing for israel real. I think it would show a terrible sign. The washington post is reporting tonight. Quote a senior white house. Officials said that trump never directly told netanyahu to prohibit the visit is it but advisors conveyed the president's views to the israeli government after it initially said the women would be allowed in netanyahu was certainly aware of the president's position the official title said congresswoman omar released a statement that read in part quote the irony of the only democracy in the middle east making such a decision is that it is both an insult to democratic values and a chilling response to a visit by government officials from an allied nation congresswoman to lead posted an image of her own grandmother who lives lives in the west bank along with this message the decision by israel to bar her granddaughter u._s. Congresswoman is a sign of weakness because the truth is what the truth of what is happening to palestinians frightening axios reported back on saturday the trump had told his advisors he thinks netanyahu should bar the congresswoman from entering during the country the report read quote trump's private views have reached the top level of the israeli government but trump denies through white house press secretary stephanie grisham ever ever giving any kind of directive to the israelis. The israeli government can do what they want. It's fake news gresham said on saturday
Donald Trump, Israel And Israeli Government discussed on The Young Turks
"Israeli government has officially banned representatives ilhan omar and rashida to leave from there a visit to the country. They were planning a visit ah very soon but following donald trump's tweet benjamin netanyahu made the announcement just shortly after now would it trump's tweets say <hes> he said quote it would show great weakness if israel allowed representative omar and representative to lead to visit they hate israel and all jewish the people and there is nothing that can be said or done to change their minds. Minnesota and michigan will have a hard time putting them back in office. They are disgrace so i just want to quickly focus on the first i line that tweet where he mentioned that this would show great weakness. This guy you're about to watch is trying to give advice on weakness hall up carrier are your president. I guess i have to do it myself. I know it's not so let's get back to the heart of the story of these two women <hes> our first of all they're free speech is being punished by the leader of this government right and so the the big issue that israel has and this. This is what they said in their statement was that <hes> the congresswoman are in support of the b._b._s. movement the boycott divestment <hes> searches. Yes sanctions <hes> sanctions movement against israel. Okay two things about trump. I <hes> so number one. <hes> you call somebody anti semitic. Are you kidding me. A you went to the republican and business leaders and told them no no room leisa renegotiate more than this from. What does that mean. What does it mean can. There's a report ever wanna ask him. What does that mean. What do you mean the jewish. Jewish business leaders like the renegotiate. I'm curious. What does that mean because you're an anti semite and you have these thoughts on the back of your head and i don't care who your daughter married. You still believe them. They're stuck tuck there from decades of being an anti semite and then he went and told them oh you like to buy off your politicians that you probably aren't going to vote for support me. This was in the primaries now in the last election cycle. You're probably not going to support me because you can't buy me off. What does that mean. What does that mean. I like somebody to get trump to answer that. It's because he's an anti semite he believes jews are all they like to renegotiate deals because they are cheaters <hes> it's all about money for them and their corrupt center in reality as always with donald trump brits projection as everything he does he bought a politicians. He likes to renegotiate renege zahn deals cetera.
Israel to block Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib visit over BDS support
"As is being reported it was received to leave the congresswoman from miss can L. Hana Marley congresswoman from Minnesota who are planning a trip to Israel now these are two anti Semites I say so clearly I would say to them or the manner truth is truth anti Israel anti Semites they want to go to Israel these are people who support aggressively the BDS movement boycott divestment sanctions which is anti semitism beginning to end Israel was gonna let them come now it seems as the reporting goes Israel has decided to not allow them to enter the country do and I'm quoting here to suspected provocation and promotion of BDS the Bernie Sanders team has tweeted out Israel the largest recipient of US taxpayer dollars to Congress is now banning US Congress members Hana more and this is the lead from entering the country good good conflation Bernie no no this looks good for you the V. eight given to Israel doesn't is not the the the the factor here you want some giving it is you're going to have don't knock yourself out go ahead I'm telling you if you want to start giving aid to Israel vote stop doing it feel free doesn't change what it is L. Hana Mar or she had to leave our their anti Semites the bigots and I think Israel is wrong here you're not gonna get me to argue these aren't too awful people and they're awful people support for them is is really ugly just so we're all clear if you want understand they did the totality of the thought process Donald Trump is a better person every day of the week and twice on Sunday the machine is leaving no Hana mark called me I'm fine that's how awful you let me in you make your meat you're making a mistake here as I see it these all are terrible people these are anti Semites they will while they're there talk about how Israel some occupying forces should exit this is exactly what they'll do so let the world see what it is that they are you can handle it you can handle it now could things change absolutely things could change but they make another decision reverse the decision absolutely they can make another decision and reverse the decision I think they should you don't have anything to to hide from here nothing at all these are bad people we know it lot of people are going to vote them out of office and rightfully so I think you know how to Mars in much more trouble than receives leave not
Rashida Tlaib: 'I'm not going nowhere, not until I impeach this President'
"Squad is democratic congresswoman Rashida to lave who said this at the end of laci P. convention this morning president trump on Twitter today is also calling fake news on a Washington post article about the president getting lots of opposition opposition research on the
'Toy Story 4' is a Masterpiece. Is It in Pixar's Top 5?
"You. I'm Shawn fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big Pixar podcast. They conversation show about Toy Story, four and all sorts of childish things. I'm joined today by apparent at the ringer rob heart villa. Hello rub. Hello. How's it going? It's going very well. And I appreciate you being here. You know, some of my frequent co host on the show among them, amended Dobbins, and Chris Ryan are, just straight up assholes about animated movies, and I noticed that I need to have people on to talk about important animated films. And I think even before you were a parent, you would have been a thoughtful and sophisticated guest for this episode, but you are a father and so you are happenings moves to Pixar in, in deep way in recent years. Is that fair to say that's very fair to say very complicated relationship with these movies at this point? But yes, yes, so we'll talk about that a bit on this show. I think we'll start the show though by talking about the new Pixar movie, which is, of course, Toy Story four, I think, when Pixar I started about twenty or so years ago, I never would have guessed that. That there would have been a fourth installment of any of these movies, in fact when they started. They seemed like a new version of a kind of storytelling that didn't necessitate sequels if you look on the ring dot com right now you can read a really interesting column by miles Surrey about the state of Pixar and their decision to make a series of sequels over the last ten years, and what that means for their, their brand, and what it means for their business and what it means for their creativity. And in some ways, I think it's been really threatened over the last few years, you know, we were just talking before we started recording about the infamous cars, three, which I would say is not one of the more legendary. In the Pixar verse. But Toy Story four, I thought was quite wonderful. And I thought it hearkens back to what makes a lot of these films. Great and also push them forward a little bit, rob. How did you receive toys story for what did you make in the movie, I saw last night with my sons who are eight and five and sort of Iraq is sort of preview screening. And I my kids laughed more laughed, louder just more obnoxiously than at any movie. I think that I've ever taken them to know. So I by by that measure, I mean it was a huge success. And I thought it was wonderful, and I thought it push things forward, but also sort of hold back on that sort of classic Pixar idea that like the kids are delighted, and the parents are total emotional wrecks. You know what I'm saying? Like I it's sort of an impressive mass magic trick that these movies can do. And I think especially of inside out, you know, which was, my, I think I've written about this on the side a couple times now. But like my son walk. Out of inside out. He was five at the time and he thought anger was funny, and I was just crying mess, you know, because I just watched I just watch goofball island, which is like the visual manifestation of like a joyful kid becoming a sullen teenager, like depicted, on, like a giant theater screen, and it was just the most crushing experience like the way those movies these movies are designed to work on those two levels, and they sort of drive, the parents to the toy store, but also to therapy, like, I, I feel like this one was sort of uncomplicated, Katie just funny and delightful and I had it seriousness and had like themes that parents, especially it would pick up on. But like it wasn't working that dichotomy where it was sort of, like designed to upset me personally, you know what I'm saying? Like I feel like they can play with that a little bit. But they don't have to hammer at it all the time in every movie that they put out, you know, I could just enjoy my kids, enjoying this one, a lot more than I feel like the last. Several Pixar movies. Yeah. I agree with that. I do think though, there is this entire school of almost academic sought around Pixar movies. And if you want to, if you want to experience Toy Story four as an exegesis on creationism and identity and a cartesian analysis of society, you probably could do that. I absolutely. Yeah. And I think that is that, that whole divide is fascinating to me the way that you've underlying basically the pure kid enjoyment of something, and the way that adults are entertained, and even moved by some of their films. I feel like can you give me a little bit of a sense of as a parent? What it's like to see a lot of movies like this, not just Pixar movies, but animated movies or what's on TV or what streaming for your kids and what the balance is between this is secretly for parents. And this is actually just dumb entertainment for kids, so that they don't like break things in the kitchen. Yeah. I mean, I feel like I've seen every type of movie along that spectrum, you know, and I haven't hated any. Movie that I think I've taken my kids to even like down to, like rock dog or whatever, you know, like I it's the LEGO movies are trying to be adult and trying to be knowing and it feels like they are specifically pitched for the adults in a way that, like a lot of the jokes are going right over the kids heads, like I don't dislike those movies, but I think that the LEGO movies are a little too cute about that. You know, I've seen plenty of things like, you know, the emoji movie or the trolls movie or whatever. Which are, you know, have theoretically adult jokes, but aren't trying to work that duality certainly the way that Pixar movies. Are you think about four key who like the new protagonist are like the new cool character here in Toy Story, four four key spends the movie like having an identity crisis like ease? He's a new toy but he thinks he's trash. And like he wants to be trash like he's literally, a spark with pipe cleaner arms, and he spends the whole first thirty minutes of the movie is going trash trash. And like I think that's really profound. And my son just really loves the way that four key keep saying, trash trash, like he did it. My son did it all the way home whole drive home like. And it's that's a cool. Little thing, that's you know, the different levels, and you can appreciate it on without it having to be this comedy versus tragedy divide. You know, it's sort of typifies, you know, again, like inside out, or even like the last toys story movie, Toy Story, three ends, of course, with, like, the scene, where they're all heading down into the incinerator, and they all sort of somberly, join hands and they're sort of resigned to the fact that they're all gonna die like all these little toys, and it's you know, I'm sort of a crying rack, and like my sons are sort of mildly disturbed, but they figure everything is going to be okay. And it is, but, like there's a moment of like pure pesos on that level in this movie, and I was, frankly, kind of relieves like the idea that I have to walk into every Pixar movie like braced dad, this huge sort of existential breakdown, you know, as my kids, just enjoy themselves like at felt like we pulled back on that. A little bit. And I was grateful for that. I agree with you. It's it did feel bit like an episodic adventure, which wasn't a bad Yang. I think sometimes you can get a movie like that, where the stakes have been lowered from the previous film, and you're like, well nigh. You're just wasting my time. But inevitably when it's a movie about anthropomorphized toys, somehow, it's nice to just have something that is a little bit more fun. I mean you mentioned Toy Story three which, you know, sort of ends with that transition from Andy to Bonnie, and then inevitably Bonnie becomes the, the young child, who is the owner of all these toys. And so were reintroduced to a world that features some of Bonnie's toys, and then the toys from the classical Toy Story story, and then four he comes along on the first day school. I, I did feel in that sort of first day of school moment that I was getting some of those inside out vibes that you're talking about where it's sort of, like they have managed to metastasized the most vulnerable feeling that you can have in your life. That that's scary trust. They of school where like I don't know anybody and everybody hates me. And I'm afraid and I miss everything. Is comfortable around me and they zero in on it, and they show it to you through the eyes of a little kid. And you immediately feel a recognition. That is a storytelling power. That is often overstated about Pixar allow me to overstate at wants more like it's amazing how they manage to locate and isolate those feelings and show them to you on screen, and make you relate to them like I am consistently blown away by that. There's another one at the end, when there's the kid lost at the fair, you know, she's just sort of there's a little girl, and she's crammed between, you know, to food carts or whatever, and she's crying and like, yeah, it's the exact same feeling and I yeah, there's a conversation also I think it's between Woody and four key. And like I think what he says, like, you know, these kids like you watch them grow up and become a person. And then they leave, you know, they'll do things you'll never see like the whole point of these movies is that the toys realized that one day, they'll be abandoned. You know, one day, they'll fall out a favor and one day, the kids will run off without them and won't need them anymore. That's, that's not even subtexts. Like that's just that's exa-. Exactly how parents feel watching these movies, you know, I think that's always there. And it is really striking. You know, I mean, this is possibly the best movie I've ever seen with the numeral four in it. You know what I'm saying? As you as you said, like I understand sort of the dismay, or at least a concern that Pixar has become by and large, like a sequel factory, you know, but I I I didn't dislike incredible to at all. But like I felt like certainly this was a better sequel than any of the other sequels that we've had this year. Obviously, you've been talking about how terrible and how sort of lifeless, they are like this is just a one eighty from that. Yeah. They staved it off. It's, it's a pretty impressive single-handed job in a in a friend summer from hell for this movie to come along and, and gay ever. So briefly, I think I think pause things one thing, that's notable too, is, you know, we're talking about the human emotion that they're able to imbue into these films and into these characters in the movies directed by Josh Cooley, who is. Essentially a first time Pixar director, though. He's worked for the company for a while and the screenplay has two people credited, but the story has two four six eight people credited and it's a complicated list of people. I'm going to read it to you really quickly story by John Lasseter Rashida Jones will McCormack Josh Cooley. Valerie LaPointe, Martin Hines, Stephanie, fulsome, and Andrew Stanton. Now, the last two people are the official authors of the screenplay famously when this movie came together, Rashida Jones and will McCormack her writing partner were brought on board to write it, and they eventually left the project because they felt like they were not as open minded about new voices, particularly a woman of color talking about the way to tell these stories for Pixar Pixar, very famously has had some fraught history with, with John Lasseter, one of its co founders chief imagine ear for a number of years due to sexual misconduct allegations. And the company has I, I would say affectively weathered the. Storm, whatever that can mean an has moved on from Lassiter, who I believe is most recently appointed to a position on inside of sky dance, and they're animated division of paramount, but it's so strange to have an event like that happening
"rashida" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Way Rashida to leave feels right? One open line eight hundred six five. Five Mike, Ron you're next. How you doing today run? I'm doing good, sir. It's insulting. It's cold. I met some in LA the kid, and it was. A great honor and use. You know, he went to capitol. And my father who was over. There was the scheme airman any served as army air force site. It disgraces him to see the tragedy of several to Austria stuff to hear this lady. These so cold callous? Black veterans navy veteran thirty years ago. Guatemala. I watched South Korea come from military today. Come to moxy went to Philip democracy. It takes everything that makes. This country. Great. She is cold. She is racist. She is she's she's trying to bright history to go through and just says, well, it gives me a warm a warm feeling calling ah coming. She wished it was more to it. And when I when I heard her say when she first said, you know, we celebrated the. We we ought or listen, very beginning of this again. I'm no psychologist, obviously. But you it makes you wonder was this a Freudian slip list of the very beginning of her comments to young news, the podcast skulduggery. I think two weeks ago or so we celebrated. Just a a moment. I think in our country to remember the holocaust. You went from celebrating a we celebrated. The holocaust took a moment to remember the holocaust is that. What you did that when you were doing? My goodness. My goodness. Seventeen minutes before the hour here in the relief factor dot com studios. One thousand two hundred and eleven kids are going to summer camp. One thousand two hundred eleven kids are being sent by the Mike Gallagher family of listeners to a Christian summer camp this summer, and it's going to go to one to interview some of these kids we had some travel schedule problems last summer, but this summer I'll move heaven and earth does I'm going to interview some of these kids so you can meet some of the kids that you've sent to summer camp. I had a real struggle because we did a revised goal is. You know, I was six hundred fifty which was double what it was last year. We sort past that goal, then we made it twelve hundred and I just have to tell you over the weekend. I just heard the number, and.
"rashida" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"For the past week. We've been hearing. From ABC to the today show to the morning joke. Joke Scarborough and his wife, Mika how marvelous it is. We have all these women in congress. Now more women than ever before we we Muslim women other minority women, it's just a women palooza, and they're going to bring a new level of civility to Washington. This was three days ago. Sunless says look you won. Maybe they talked because we're going to go on there. That's in front of a move on dot org. Crowd move on dot ORG is a leftist organization socialist organization big fan of Obama. So congresswoman Rashida tallied was a she was sitting congresswoman she is when she said that. Now, the reason I bring this up I want you to think about the heat and the crud that was dumped on President Donald Trump. When Donald Trump referred to Kim Jong Hoon as little rocket, man. I I can't believe it. Dave. I can't believe it. I just he's really crossed the line. What do you think? Becky, well, I think referring to Kim Jong UN a vicious evil mean heartless dictator in a in a dictatorship that's killed millions and millions of people Little Rock, and man, I don't know what Trump was thinking. He's really crossed the line with vulgarity. He's real he's gonna cause World War seven. Meanwhile, three days ago, a sitting congresswoman who we the American people we. We were nice enough to elect her. We were nice enough to allow her Thomas Jefferson's Karan to be sworn in on. So she she was sworn in on the Koran not the bible, but the Koran just like Keith Ellison. Keith Ellison was the first Muslim congressman big celebrity. Remember the cover? Cover photos of magazines, Keith Ellison. This is this a new trend the first Muslim in congress. Oh my God. It's so incredible. By the way, don't mention a sexual assault, allegations, focus, focus. So we were nice enough to do all that. And that's what we got in return. She she didn't say this is a wonderful opportunity. We're going to get up there. We're gonna kick some. But man, we're gonna we're gonna turn President Trump's head around. We're gonna. Nope. She said we're gonna win peach the m effort, you think. You think good luck with that? Good luck with that. But again, I just want to stress this part of the equation that everyone will overlook. What a great country. We are to elect so many diverse people. And allow them to practice their religion and allow them to hate our country and hate. Our president. That's diversity. We have allowed. We have graciously elected and permitted. So many people. That dislike our system our capitalism. Our constitution our declaration of independence and our Judeo Christian beliefs, but still were gracious enough to say welcome aboard were swearing in. On the Koran. Here's your one seventy eight thousand a year, plus bennies and pension and your response. You want to impeach that 'em effort. All right. I just don't think it's that civil. That's all I just don't see women especially on the left bringing civility. I just never have. I think it's a myth. Speaking of women and civility. Did you see the marines? I just had it for the first time the marines are. They now have co Ed boot camp. This is the first time ever it used to be women in one camp training and men and the other. But now for the first time because the marines were the they were the holdout. They were the holdout because you know, the the under the Obama administration unroll bombing ISM. Anybody could do anything anywhere anytime. So it could be you know, you could be at transgender at least this is what their goal was. You could be a transgender communist fighter pilot. If you want. And.
"rashida" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"You know, Kurt coach urban Meyer of Ohio State University. School that is necess- of university of Michigan where I went to school. He'll be my guest next hour. He's retiring from house undefeated against the school up north. But I. President Trump said in the press conference today when he was asked about the remark made by the congresswoman her name is Rashida to Leib. Gee, I believe is the second Muslim woman elected to congress the first Palestinian American Congress. She's from Michigan. And Trump said how can you impeach somebody doing a great job? And one of the things he pointed to was today's job numbers for December three hundred twelve thousand jobs, which is well above expectations. And here's what the president said today about the remarks made by well, I play the remarks made by her here. She is a congresswoman Rashida Talib democrat from Michigan. And she's not too far from the from the Capitol Hill, she that a rally, and I think the rally has been sponsored by move on dot org. That's how left wing she is love you. And you win. Momma. Look you won. Win. Go on there. Gives a new meaning to the term swearing in doesn't it? Love you. And you win. Says momma, look you one bully. Oh. Nancy pelosi. What do you think about the profanity issued by your newly sworn in colleague referring to the president of the United States. The commander in chief. The most powerful person in the world, duly elected as a mother blinker. So you're not concerned at all.
"rashida" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Birds. Democratic congresswoman Rashida to lead declined to apologize for telling a crowd hours after she was sworn into congress Thursday. We're going to go in there. And we're going to impeach that. Referring to President Donald Trump to labor received widespread backlash. No, she didn't for comments, including from some Democrats. I didn't see any of that. But writing on Twitter on Friday morning. That's this morning. I will always speak truth, Japan, power and other platitude, no bumper stickers spilled out of her uneducated ignorant mouth followed by a pound sign. Unapologetically me. I've got a baby suicide bomber. And she typed. This is not just about Donald Trump. This is about all of us at about this. She hot I think it's about wiping the juice off the map in the face of this constitutional crisis. We must rise what constitutional crisis is that that you've been elected to congress. I think Republicans should begin impeachment proceedings against a number of new members of the house of representatives. That'd be fun layer some fun, but the Republicans are no fun when it comes stay do fun stuff. Like that. I want to go out there. So I can do fun stuff introduce articles impeachment. Let's impeach Pelosi. Why why not we're impeach and everybody. It's impeachment season. Then we'll harvester Oregon's nobody wants them. Talib's office. Then put out a statement there. But they're putting out statements now, it's their first day. And what does it? She got sworn in. Then took the Acela for four hundred bucks to New York when she's from Michigan to join move on dot org. A George Soros funded billionaire leftist anti American. Loyd event where she calls the president. And then she comes back and the media loves her they'll ever. Probably stay the night. Maybe maybe hang out with a Weiner or something like that. I got a lot in common actually, come to think of it congresswoman to lead the statement says was elected to shake up Washington. It really did. She vote for Pelosi for speaker. Not to continue the status quo. Well, that's why Donald Trump was elected by sixty three million people. Unlike the busloads of lunatics that sent you. Then they said Donald Trump is completely unfit to serve as president. Well, in in a matter of hours, you've proven yourself to be unfit to serve in congress. Let's wipe our allies off the map. Let's prove that I'm a genocidal anti Semite, and I support radical Islamic terrorist groups because I'm a Palestinian Muslim name Rashida to lead, and I wanna kill the Jews and wipe out Israel and show, the democrat Senator and she fun CNN's fine with this. Let's ask John Berman. How he feels about he's fine because he's a left-wing Upper West side democrat, they pay millions, and you know, the usual stuff. The congresswoman absolutely believes he needs to be impeached, or you mean, the beep needs to be now how about Obama is. He a beep. She ran by making this very clear to the voters in her district. Donald Trump's actions have harmed the thirteenth congressional district. What with the full employment is that as with the economic prosperity with jobs coming back to Detroit with industry rising again with steel. I shall I go and she did not stay silent. While this happens. She will not stay south excuse me. While this happens. And also people magazine they've got the big headline Representative Alexandria Calcio Cortez. Now, the media is is busy right away building these people up into something that they're not because the media lies all the time. And they're building up not not only they building up a Cossio Cortez. But her into a pathetic whiny week lily livered little girl victim, newly elected progressive superstar the sorry. The newly elected progressive superstars, correct? That's what I meant to say. And because that's what the politico says on CNN, she's the newly elected progressive superstar. And she knows nothing now. Then it's amazing. What she does. Now. Here's the people magazine had like Representative Alexandria Kassir Cortez. Is booed in congress. I already played that audio. She was not booth in congress. It was a little bit of murmuring, and they're claiming it's by Republicans. I looked at the video. I don't see any Republicans boy. There are people in the gallery there. She voted for Pelosi her own based didn't want her to vote for Pelosi her own wing of the party didn't want her to vote for is doubtless our own party. And the news media lies about everything. So when they type something, they're probably lying booed, and congress and trolled for college dance video have you seen we should post the college dance video should we? A little bit hot give it a little bit hot. She's dancing on a roof. So like dancing on the ceiling. She's dancing on a rooftop appears to be New York, probably not the Bronx because she's not from there, even though she keeps saying that. And and she just dance. And it's it looks like the way they were dancing in the movie the breakfast club. K the weather in the they're doing detention my high school had breakfast club that it was kind of based that movie was sort of based on the breakfast club. So they had it my is school, and and she's dancing and spinning and and she's being young and she looks fine. And she's having fun and somebody made a video and then somebody posted the video online and now they're all claiming oh, the Republicans posted online. So she could be mocked, wait a minute trolled online. Everybody's trolled online. What do you think online was invented for? That's what online is. That's where people go to troll other people. It seems to be practically the entire. Purpose of the internet day before she was booed by some of her new Republican colleagues in congress. That's the lead sentence of people magazine. They didn't look at the video they lie. They opened with a lie who typed up Adam Carlson typed democratic Representative Alexandria, Cosso Cortez. Drew lighthearted defenses from many on social media after a Twitter user, reportedly tried to demean her with an old clip of her dancing in college. Everything victims see the victimology, so sure there's a video of her dancing. She looks fine. There's nothing to be critical of somebody posted it and then God forbid people online made fun of her. Oh, no. This is a terrible country. You know, what we need totalitarianism? That's what that's what we need. I think that that ought to do it. So they're trying to make your into a victim because there are nothing if not consistently pathetic. Pathetic pathetic pathetic booed. You hate me. Don't hate me. Cause you ain't me. This is congress, ladies and gentlemen, the congress of the United States Democrats introduce Bill to eliminate electoral college, comma, stop presidents from pardoning themselves. They lost. You see in the Steve Cohen who is just a moron democrat member of the house from Tennessee. And you'll look at them, you know, that they'll give you some on the bus or something which is where it should be. You can tell it's just an idiot. Steve Cohen vocal critic of President Trump. Can you name a democrat in congress? That's not a vocal critic of President Trump. Honestly, that's redundant. Isn't it d- if there's a D following their name, then saying a vocal critic of President Trump is redundant and repetitive and unnecessarily duplicative Thursday introduced to bills to eliminate the electoral college, and he came out, and I saw this dimwitted person as well in two thousand we won the popular vote, and we lost the presidency with Al Gore. In the two thousand sixteen had happened again, and we lost through well, that's the point of the electoral college. If you don't like it move to Venezuela. It evens things out. It's about fairness the electoral college is genius in its application of fairness, and these people hate fairness because they don't like legitimate Republican democracy there totalitarian in there just scratch the surface, and you can smell a totalitarian scratch and sniff totalitarianism Cohen introduced the constitutional amendments, the constitutional amendments. Indeed, there ridiculous people ridiculous and. By the way, they did vote this. They voted to. Approve a plan to reopen. The government the Associated Press. Oh, and by the way, they threw in something to restore funding. So we can pay for abortions and Mexico. Because they care very deeply about Mexican children. So they want to kill more of them. That's their plan. That's what they do. Because that's how they show they care. And there are lots of articles out there that go on and on about how exciting it is that that nanny Pelosi is becoming the speaker of the house again. And that it's one hundred years it's been one hundred years since the passage of the nineteenth amendment which provided women the right to vote before that women didn't have the right to vote and was nineteen nineteen nineteen twenty. Now, that's kind of interesting all by itself. But listen to this. If you will this is a fun piece from the spectator. And you wrote it Dave Katrin, David cocoon, it one of the most interesting battles, and they long congressional war over women's suffrage involved. The Mormons in eighteen seventy the Mormon Senate Utah. They're providing women with the right to vote earlier than everybody else. And all of that now Republicans and this is in the eighteen seventies. Republicans in Utah moving give women the right to vote than sending women to political conventions. And and so on. But they went back and forth back and forth. And you know, the Democrats said just finish up their battle trying to keep black people from getting the right to vote, and they gave us Jim crow and all that stuff, but the Republicans continued to introduce the nineteen th amendment in congress year after year, but the Democrats were able to keep it bottled up in various committees for another decade before allowing either chamber to vote on it. Now, this is going back to the eighteen eighties. The Republicans introducing women's right to vote eighteen sixties eighteen seventy thirteenth fourteenth fifteenth giving African Americans freedom from Democrats and right to vote in spite of Democrats objections, then Republicans got to work on getting women the right to vote and the Democrats got to work on preventing them Kay in eighteen eighty seven. It finally reached the floor of the Senate once again, however, it was defeated by vote of thirty four to sixteen after this setback advocates of women's suffrage adopted to their opted to pressure put pressure on congress by convincing various state legislatures to pass bills giving women the right to vote this met with some success. But by the turn of the century of variety of Republican controlled states, including Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho, had granted women suffrage. During the first ten years of the new century nine thousand nine hundred nineteen ten several other states gave women the right to vote, including Washington and California congress, however didn't deign to vote on the issue until nineteen fourteen when it was once again defeated by Senate, Democrats, it was subsequently brought up for a vote January of nineteen fifteen in the house where it went down by a vote of two hundred and four to one hundred seventy four nonetheless, the Republicans continued to push after it was defeated yet. Again, in nineteen eighteen the big break for the nineteenth amendment came when Woodrow Wilson, a true democrat and a racist and a segregationist and a clan supporter violated his most solemn campaign promise having pledged to keep the United States out of the European conflict has been raging since nineteen fourteen he decided anyway to enter the war. This set the stage for the nineteen eighteen midterm election. In which voter outrage swept to the Republicans into power in both the house and the Senate this finally placed the Republicans in a position to pass the nineteenth amendment giving women the right to vote despite democrat opposition the following spring. Now. Woodrow Wilson was painted into a political corner. And and he ended up being forced to sign it then and they had to go to the states where the Democrats tried to defeat it because it's a constitutional amendment. And I believe it is twenty six of the thirty six states that approved the nineteenth amendment were Republican controlled states. Let me get this became let's see nineteen twenty Tennessee became the thirty sixth and final state needed to ratify the amendment to the constitution. Twenty six of the thirty six states that ratified had Republican legislatures. So.
"rashida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Going to impeach the F until you see what's happening here? And now, this is Nancy Pelosi's house this is and this is, you know, hours after being sworn in Nancy Pelosi. Nancy Pelosi wasn't even sworn in yet. So what do you think they're focuses Jack? Oh, they're going to try to impeach the president. But I gotta hot flash for stupid there. And that is that they can impeach the hell of autumn. But it is the Senate that makes the decision on whether he is actually removed from office, and that's probably not going to happen because the Senate is still controlled. And I sure hate to tell Rashida E. Whatever name is they're unhinged jet. Br Brad Sherman congressman at a California said yesterday he reintroduced articles of impeachment that he filed last year. So they're they're going in there going all in impeach him. No question about that. But like Bill Clinton, they ain't gonna be able to remove him from office because that's the job of the Senate. And the last time I checked the Republicans are still in control of the Senate. So they can do that all they want. It's amazing to hear that though talking about bullies not winning and then dropping an f-bomb like that saying we're gonna get him. We're gonna impeach him on no action cronies the bully. What about I mean, we got that knucklehead from Georgia in there? And you got people like this Rashida Talib is it to live is that the way to pronounce it till I till I e yeah, you you pronounce the IB I'm not familiar with Muslim nations. So. Anyway. And she the one in the pictures wearing the no the show. She's not wearing the. Nope. Whatever it's called the burqa..
"rashida" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Rashida jones by the way hurt she plays like the ex girlfriend that comes in to jon hamm scared and jake johnson's and first of all she's a horrible character she's just there to pit the begins each other and because this developer that much just comes off kind of bitchy character the thing is that'd be cool she was bitchy but they want you to see her as the voice of reason like you start this shit yeah i mean she she knew what she was brought in she's just a big cocktail to both of them she really off and then but then she acts like you boys stupid what what the input into one at the school people cannot give this up in their lives it's michigan they've been drinking because these stop playing tag she case stop cocktail after all the to same ma'am i look i'm not talking about middle middle retardation assists and i'm making funny people their lives have been retarded retarded the way to put it man it's rested development it's like she's like youtube oisa fucked up to what had talking to us yeah you really want you to be like on them over this big for this years ago in the rest of these fools ain't no better man j jersey just a pothead or losing again why fucking with him i don't know jon hamm got a job he's got a call he's ryan fortune that even heard about four thousand six hundred cooperation okay he's the wall street journal's heavy so famous garden tons of money and she's like i don't know i take him loser loser.