35 Burst results for "Reemerge"
Unpacking Israeli History
"Back in twenty seventeen, the New York Times published an article about Amadeo Garcia Garcia. The. Last Living Speaker of the top story. Once, spoken for centuries by thousands of members of an Amazon tribe Madeo, the sole survivor, and the last person on earth to know the language his tried which had lived uncontactable for centuries along Amazon River in Peru slowly died out due to the weapons diseases brought to them from intruders when Avodados brother passed away his last remaining relative the missionary asked Amodio how he felt. Adele responded in the broken Spanish that he had. The only way he had to communicate with outside world he said. It's now over for us. Why? Dale no longer has some to speak to and when you have no one else to speak to, you will lose your language. That's why was over for Amodio. Losing a language is like losing an identity, a culture history. I don't mean to sound over dramatic here but losing a language is really losing oneself. Looking back at the history of the Jewish people that Jews faced a very similar problem. And the reality today is that over the last one, hundred, fifty years, a modern miracle took place for almost two thousand years Hebrew the language of the Torah the Bible and so much Jewish literature you know the prayers was mostly reserved for the ritual. And now. Jews. Over the world's beekeeper, a language that was essentially dead as a spoken language. Something like this has never happened in history of language. The. Fact that the majority of Jews around the world speak Hebrew today is not something to take for granted. There are approximately fourteen point, seven, million Jews in the world and six point seven, million of them live in Israel where Hebrew is the national language. And many hundreds of thousands outside of Israel, speak language as well learning it in. Jewish. Day schools and summer camps or at home. Short. The Bible prayers and religious texts were written and read in Hebrew. Literally nobody spoke in daily life for like almost two thousand years. So How'd an almost extinct biblical language reemerge as spoken language in the span of only a few decades? Was Zionism that deserves the credit Certain. Figure named Elliot's Ben Yehuda. And what is it always obvious that Hebrew would be the national language of the Jewish state. Let's jump back in time to learn about the history of the Hebrew language details about the spoken language of Hebrew in ancient times are not perfect. Here's what we know. In the Bible the Jews otherwise as Hebrews spoken ancient Biblical version of. Biblical Hebrew was the spoken language of the Jews for over a thousand years. But one of the Romans destroyed the second Jewish Temple in seventy CE HEBREW AGAIN. To die. Out.
Americans are saving more right now
"From. scare federal agency. The Bureau of Economic Analysis. On Americans saving money. During Corona virus is part of this. K- recovery were in. There are people that. Can't even put food on the table right now and can't pay basic bills and then others who have stayed employed their job spent been secure. Who are not spending money like they normally would. And or saving money in ways they never thought they could never have in the past. So the latest data does not cover August, it covers July it's you know a trailing indicator, but the average American right now is saving eighteen cents of every dollar they make. You take those that if you call the heard to people that are not worried about their paychecks staying employed, they're saving substantially more than that is a percent of their pay. Because you got to cut out the people who can't save anything right now. So the savings rate is extraordinarily we hit a peak in April when so many jurisdictions around the country were in lockdown where Americans on average saved thirty, three cents of every dollar they made putting us for the first time ever. In. A savings category with people across Asia who in Asia historically. People for every equivalent of a dollar, they make save a third of it. and. But for us very unusual, we've had times this century we're Americans have been negative net savers. Spending more than they actually make on average for the average American right now, saving a substantial amount of money. Now. There's a survey done by Gallup polling. That found that of Americans that are saving their money. They are overwhelmingly. Putting them in zero interest. Checking accounts are extremely low interest savings accounts. Now. That is terrible for the individual saving money because they're earning nothing on it. was great as they have that money. And it means when we get to the point. In twenty. One. When, we got the TRIFECTA. Of better treatments, better testing and a vaccine that steadily will spread through the population. The people that are reluctant to go out. And do things. And spend money and all the rest. Will have this huge reserve of money that will help the recovery in the economy for those that are suffering. So the parts of the economy that are pretty much dead in the water right now will be able to reemerge and the people who've saved so much money will be in a position to have a ready supply of funds to go resume activities. They've deferred. Air travel they didn't take vacations. They didn't do a events. They didn't attend that once we get. What I call the TRIFECTA of public health. Testing treatment and vaccines when we get those things going. That's when you'll see the economy be able to recover. One thing that is clear with these people who WHO HAVE MONEY that they've not had in the past? On the positive side paying down debt and a big way. Is Far as investing. There's been a lot of fear. Among people that are living on less than what they make using the money that they're building up to invest, and that's okay. You want to be able to sleep well at night and earning zero on your money, but knowing the money safe. Is a rational decision. You can make particularly with the market that is very heavily valued right now.
A Culture of Silence
"Hey welcome to the. podcast politics, race, and culture from a multi layered POC perspective I'm money. and. Joining us from Overland Ohio professor. Jeanette. Is Cultural anthropologist author and professor of Comparative American Studies at Oberlin College Hey Gino welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me and thank you for being in Ohio. We need you and joining us from New Jersey. Also, very important state is Pam Gumbo spot mashes a veteran of foreign policy organizer and a senior political strategist. At the Working Families Party welcome. Pam. Thank you so much for inviting me. All right. So we are looking at a sad story, the story of Vanessa Gin. But we're going to put it into a larger context. Right? We hope everybody knows the story of. She's twenty year old specialist in the US Army who went missing from Fort Hood army base in Killeen Texas, which is about. Fifty minutes away from Austin. Right at the end of April. When many of us at least here in the east coast were in the throes of like pandemic insanity more than two months. Later, there was an extensive manhunt. Finally, there was a grassroots campaign led by let the women service members and veterans, and there was national each and the family was finally told that their daughters remains had been found with the backdrop of a global pandemic and you know this real. For Racial Justice long-held accusations have reemerged into the national spotlight around the military sexual violence in the military. Violence and how you protect yourself from other people who have guns and you're living on a base in the military and so many other intertwined injustices in systems that ultimately were responsible for says, disappearance and death. So Pam you've been actively involved in the campaign for justice for Vanessa is well is speaking out on these issues in fact, for years Gina You as an academic have written extensively about the military's relationships specifically with Latino and Latina communities. So gene, we're going to start with you talk about the significance of this case and what it's putting into the national spotlight from your perspective. Well, as you say, this is such a tragic set of circumstances that brings us here together but I think it's also really kind of an important opportunity to honor Vanessa's life and. Hannity, incredible activism, an extraordinary advocacy of her sisters, her younger sister Lupe and her other sister and her mother to bring this to national attention and I. Think. For me one of the things that. So extraordinary about this is that for some people, this is new that this is something that is surprising to people because I think for many people like Pam and others who are have been in the military know that issues of sexual violence and sexual harassment in the military have a long history. And Violence Against Latinos and the way that in social media and used media have framed this as femicide. We also know that this has a long history in our communities alongside history and our communities. So for me, this is a real opportunity to draw attention to things that we don't want to pay attention to enter really hold our elected officials accountable to addressing these longstanding problems that have is incredible impact. On Latina's and women's lives and on their families and communities that they have sworn to protect and that they have enlisted in the military to try to protect, and so I see this as a tragedy that is also a real opportunity. Pam Do you see it the same way tragedy? That's an opportunity from your perspective as somebody who served in the military what stands out about the importance of this case I. Will tell you. I. Organized Around Pretty Heavy topic sprayed ending wars, militarism violence holding the department, of Defense, accountable and when I heard about the disappearance, right because we can't forget that she was disappeared choose disappeared for months and I learned about it through Spanish language media and social media networks not through the English. Media networks and the sowed and devastating part is that Vanessa is one of thousands on thousands. And I think the social media explosion that happened with Vanessa that Hashtag shows you how prevalent this is what is different however, I do think that we are in a reckoning moment in this country where everyday people are no longer satisfied with hypocrisies. Yeah and what greater of hypocrisy than the daughter of an immigrant joining the military to give her life for what rate what caught my ear when I heard. Gloria. Vanessa. Ganz immigrant mother on the Spanish language news. She was very clear about what was happening. She said me e my daughter told me that she was being sexually harassed by a superior right and nothing was done. There was little to no urgency. has also done what often doesn't happen, which is she has not treated the military the Department of Defense generals she has not treated them with blind allegiance or ability. She has said I don't care that I'm a working class, Latina you're going to respect me and you're going to give me answers which is different right and I think that blind allegiance we'll get into it but blind allegiance to the. Institutions have really lead US astray and not had any accountability for
The Big Podcast Submarine
"BOOP. BOOP? Hey what's that sound? It's the big podcast submarine reemerging. It's David Hooper. Bill podcast haven't taught here for a while and WanNa follow up with something that I said on the last episode. Mentioned meeting a musician who wants told me I'm the most creative person you'll ever meet. In a mentioned, my response being. Don't care how creative you are I care about how many records you can sell. I want to clarify that. That sounds a little bit harsh like all. I cared about was her ability to sell music and I'm not saying that sales or money are the only thing that matters. When it comes to create a good podcast or creating anything. There are plenty of podcasts that make money that in my opinion don't add a lot of value to the world. With. That said though who am I to judge what people find of value? Sometimes, there's a disconnect between people. Parents who don't like their kids music, for example. But to bring this back around to the point that I mentioned I, really don't care how creative you are. What I meant by I care about how many records you can sell. What I'm saying is I care about how you connect with people. Do you do it in a way that makes them want to spend money with you. Not because. Money. Is, the goal. But because we vote. With our wallets. You might argue that we vote with our time and attention and some people do but there are also those of us who will stand in line for hours when a chick-fil-a opens to get a free chicken sandwich that they could easily come back the next day for. Spend a lot less time and maybe five bucks. Look. I don't go to Chick-fil-a 'cause vegetarian. My numbers might be a little bit off but you get the point when some restaurant that everybody's talking about opens or something happens that as as specific time people camp out for it. That does not happen because of creativity. There's nothing creative about a piece of chicken in between two pieces of bread and random. That looks and sounds wacky. That's not creative either is just random. It looks and sounds wacky. Before everything shut down because of covid nineteen. We're actually getting in the same room with each other. There was a big meeting in my neighborhood with a developer who wanted to do what developers do and put in a huge development, and here's what he said. He said I want something creative. The hell does that mean that's all over the place what people want an development is something that will meet their needs housing food services. Same thing for your podcast if you focus on meeting the needs of people, that's when those people will merge. So don't worry about being creative with your podcast focus on meeting the needs of people people ask me all the time. How do I build an audience? What's the best thing I can do to build a big audience focus on meeting their needs? Now, you've got to build a big audience, but you're also going to build an audience that uses the ways that we vote time attention and money and give you some of those things
Leaving the World Health Organization
"This is Dr Michael Wilks with. The pinion over the past few years. Our President has made some incredibly ill informed policy decisions even in the face of clear evidence to the contrary, these decisions have negatively impacted people's lives through policies around covid climate change, immigration health care women's rights, lgbt rights education, and of course, our relationship with foreign countries, but the president's recent decision to leave the sixty year. Old World Health Organization is among the very most irresponsible decision will. Will hurt the US every bit as much as it will hurt the rest of the world the W. H.. O. Is not a perfect organization. It is plagued by politics and infighting and a low budget, but it's still serves a super important function. The whol plays a key role in many decisions that directly or indirectly affect our lives more than ever before our global interconnected world create great risks particularly with regard to the spreading. Spreading of diseases, it is the WHO that is. Our First Line of defense the WHO. I alerted the world to the infection that came to be called covid in early January, and it advised healthcare workers how to protect themselves from the spread. Perhaps it could have been more aggressive with its policies, but if there is a problem, conduct an audit help improve the organization. Don't be a baby and take your toys and walk away. Away and it's not just covid were who plays a vital role. It coordinates the global response to diseases like polio Ebola Malaria HIV TB and yellow fever. The near nation of diseases like polio has saved the US tens of billions of dollars in treatment costs, and the WHO isn't the only Health Organization the US refuses to work with as the US decided to focus inwardly. We have already stopped funding the pan. American Health Organization. Pan. America is the area that is currently home to half of the top ten countries with co Vid. Now aside from helping ourselves, we also have a social responsibility to help resource poor countries by helping to provide education laboratory training tools like p. p. e. and clinical trials drugs to treat emerging and reemerging diseases. When we step back from these responsibilities, China steps in, and they're now in our backyard, working with countries that will old them a big favor. The WHO also directly benefits the US for example each year influenza virus mutates resulting in new variants around the world. It is the W. H. O. that leads the. The flu vaccine development process each year which includes several American researchers and organizations like our FDA and CDC. The US depends on data from the WHO to predict which strain of the flu will spread to the US so that we can make ineffective vaccination in the end the total US funding for the WHO is equivalent to the overhead of about one ass hospital about three hundred seventy million dollars. It would be very hard to get better value for that
Mike Pence, Dr. Fauci & Coronavirus Task Force Press Conference
"Coronavirus Task Force members. They just tell their first briefing in two months. tell us more. That's right wolf while president trump was laying low at the White House. The coronavirus task force return to the spotlight, holding a news conference, not at the White House, but over the Department of Health and Human Services Mr. Trump was not there, so we didn't take questions instead. Vice President Mike Pence seemed to tiptoe around the issues of wearing masks and holding rallies Dr Anthony Fauci was much more direct telling Americans they aren't doing enough to control the virus. With coded nine hundred and sweeping across the south and out West. The administration's Corona Virus Task Force finally reemerged with Vice President Mike Pence appear to be looking at the soaring number of cases through rose colored glasses. All fifty states and territories across this country are are opening up safely and responsibly. We slowed the spread. We flat in the curve. We saved lives. But that's not quite true. As a surprising spike in Corona virus cases is spreading from Florida Southern California, forcing some states to pause there reopenings Taskforce Dr Anthony found. She tried to add a dose of reality gently putting his finger on some of the nation's missteps, everything from maybe opening a little bit too early on some to opening at the right time, but not actually following the steps in an orderly fashion to actually trying to follow the steps in an orderly fashion, but the citizen tree did not feel that they wanted to do that. For a number of reasons bounce, you try to make an appeal to individual Americans do more. You have an individual responsibility to yourself. But you have a societal responsibility. It was the first task force news conference in nearly two months with a change of scenery as officials address the pandemic at the Department of Health and Human Services instead of at the white. House and then I see the disinfectant. We're not out in a minute we're. The briefings came to a screeching halt back in April when the president suggested that Americans, inject themselves with disinfectants to kill the virus. As for the wisdom of holding proud campaign events like the president's rally in Tulsa last weekend, pens tried to dance around the question. We still want to give people the freedom to participate in the political process. Campaign is not part of the problem even in a health crisis. The American people don't forfeit our constitutional rights. Pence also declined to give a full throated endorsement for masks despite wearing one public the day before the first principle is that people ought to listen to their state and local authorities, former vice president Joe. Biden said he would try to mandate masks. I would insist that everybody on public. Be Wearing that mask and he wanted. Wanted to reopen and would have to make sure that they walked into a business that had mass. The administration is considering a new approach to halting communities spread with something called pool testing that would have health officials testing batches of samples from people in groups. The batches positive individuals in that group need to be tested. If a pool is negative, that means the whole group is likely safe. If we didn't do, testing would have. have no cases even as the president continues to downplay testing, he is struggling to lay out what he would do if he won reelection. Never really answering the question on Fox, what your top priority items for a second term well one of the things that will be really great, you know the word experiences still good I always say talent is more important than experience I've always said that the Wall Street Journal argued Mr Trump's. Trump's still has no second term message beyond his own grievances may soon need a new nickname for sleepy Joe. Biden, how does president sound while Mr Trump attacked Biden's occasional gifts, he had one of his own appearing to say the former vice president would win the race, but I mean the man can't speak and he's going to be your president because some people don't love me and you know all I'm doing doing my job. Now, even the middle of a pandemic Andrew Recession. The trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to Overturn Obamacare that's despite the fact that nearly a half million Americans who lost their health insurance during the pandemic were able to obtain coverage through obamacare and the president has not yet explained what he would do. If obamacare is overturned
Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office
"On Tuesday north. Korea blew up a joint liaison office on its own territory. Clear the border with south. Korea this comes as relations on the peninsula have deteriorated exacerbated by cross-border propaganda, floated into the country from the south. Young has cut all communication with soul, and threatened to move troops back into the boards own the South Korean. Unification Minister says he takes full responsibility for the worsening relations and has offered his resignation well. Joining me on the line from Seoul is Timothy. Martin. WHO's The Wall Street? Journal correspondent in the city. Tim, wondering about to two thousand eighteen. There was a period of intense negotiation between the two careers. So what went wrong? Well, yeah, that was the apex of this modern approach meant on the Korean Peninsula. South Korean President Moon jae-in met with conjunction three times that year everything seemed to be moving in the right direction, but many of us can recall what happened in Illinois. last February. US and North Korea did not reach a deal on nuclear talks, and basically it's been on a downward slope since then. North Korea had basically ignored South Korea offer much of the past eighteen months. Sort of placing Moon in south, Korea and the timeout corner but in recent weeks. Kill young has reemerged quite angry. Over variety of issues and now they've taken action. So why did young blow up the Liaison Office? It was empty, so it was clearly only a symbolic move, but doesn't mean at least in the eyes of the north at any hope of future collaboration is over. Metaphor call statement to make about their belief of what Korean relations are at the moment literally sending it back to Ground Zero I, think the. Target of this is twofold one the the spokesperson. If you will for this anti South Korean campaign and violence, we saw at the Liaison Office was headed by. Jones Sister Kim Young. Has Risen in prominence within the regime. This allows her image her brand to rise within the regime. In among the North Korean people I think it also sends a broader message to South Korea. about its displeasure with where. economic assistance sanctions relief any type of deal making with the US, the north likes to to lean on south. Korea to try and do. It's bidding and I think what we saw earlier in this week is expressing some of that frustration. So what are the latest military developments from the north? They're coming in almost by the hour we've seen North Korea cutoff official communication's the hotlines with South Korea of this. We have liaison office with Korea has moved some troops closer to the border, and into some civilian posts that had been vacated as part of this twenty eighteen run-up in diplomacy between Moonen kin us, so we're seeing some Increase, heated rhetoric. From state media on North, Korea saying increasingly medicine things day by day. So how has the South responded? What's the line from moon? Yesterday we saw pretty startling about-face from the mood administration. loon in the South Korean government had been. Out stomaching the northwest behavior and tried to play the role pacifier. but yesterday they finally had enough. The North had been antagonizing them. For weeks and months, and so yeah, we saw the presidential Blue House come out and call at some of the state media remarks, rude and Ignorant The military South Korean, military say. If if the Kim regime takes any type of military action, there will be a price to pay. this has been. This is quite a stark shift in the tone from South Korean side. And what about Washington chump has skin in the game, but also has his own problems now. Is that creating a window of opportunity for Pyongyang? I think right now. From widely seen that is priorities. Is Birds do not include North Korea I think if you take a much broader view, North Korea still has tested a nuclear weapon have not launched an ICBM into the skies. That's the red line for the trump administration, so to a certain extent, this status quo where Korea's not conducting type of long range weapons. Testing, There is some comfort with that from Washington's perspective, but again for both sides, trump and Kim. Third they might only have five months or so left to to deal. Make with each other so i. think what we're seeing in terms of inter-korean tensions. This could be part of a much broader play to try and move North Korea higher up the priority list in the White House.
The Coronavirus Crisis Could Lead To The Mother Of All Trade Imbalances
"Tracy something that you've been writing about lately and of course we're still in the middle of this extraordinary global crisis. The story has taken on a new new dimension and I feel like you being positioned in Hong Kong covering the story from Asia is going to really a really an area that you can appreciate. What's not well? I mean in the last few days in recording this on May fourth twenty twenty so important to note on the the the idea of the trade war terror of China. Us trade tensions has really sort of reemerged as one of the subplots so to speak with him this crisis. Oh yes so. After a relatively long hiatus we have donald trump once again threatening tariffs on China and of course there are political dimensions to what he's doing. China is sort of an easy to distraction and easy scapegoat for the Corona Chaos. But Yeah it's definitely interesting to see the trade war pop up again in the midst of what is arguably the biggest mobile recession that we have had a long time and it's interesting too because obviously the trade war trade tensions really the second half of last year and you would have expected that sort of perhaps very early on in this crisis that Do the origin of the virus that trump would have taken an extremely hard line against China but so far at least rhetorically he. He's been fairly conciliatory. I guess that's true but it does feel like it's something that's probably going to come. The other thing that I find really weird about the whole past few months in the market reaction was back in January and February when we saw large chunks of the Chinese economy shutting down because of the Corona virus efforts. It took a really long time for the market to react and it was so odd. I think we've had this conversation before but it was so odd because we spent all twenty nineteen worrying about a trade war and then effectively. We had something that amounted to a similar thing in the form of the Chinese economy shutting down and the market didn't seem to care anymore. Right here we have like the the biggest supply shock so to speak imaginable. There's total shutdown of manufacturing in. I remember like the First Real Corona Virus Episode. We did and it was before. Us mortgage really started crashing with Dan Wang of Gav cal talking about I think it was just after the week that apple warned about disruptions and that was the first time like. Us markets like really started Getting very anxious about this but the beginning of the story was really about sort of like the supply side disruptions out of China because of course at that point. I think there's you know mid or late February there wasn't a depreciation yet in the market what it would do to the economies of the US and Europe which would defacto total shutdown. Yeah but that was another weird thing because people were very focused on the supply shop side of it and there. Were you know just a handful of people who are really talking about the it to demand a now two months later? It's it's pretty clear. It's both demand and supply shock. Run the really interesting thing over here. In Asia as we sort of emerged from locked down and start to recover is that even though manufacturing is getting back up and running a lot of people still aren't in the shop so in China for instance the authorities are trying to give out vouchers in order to get people to go shopping right. So that's the problem. I mean we've seen perhaps surprisingly the speed with which manufacturing can come back online in China various factory starting up but that doesn't help much they have no one to sell. Yep exactly supply and demand. Shock isn't a great thing that local economy
The Pathway of Surrender
"Everyone this is Chad. I'm CEO MISSION DOT ORG host of mission daily. I'm happy to be with you this Friday. It is an awesome day here. Been getting out. I don't know why I'm on a running kick lately. I like it. It's working well for me and I want to know what you're up to. Are you getting your exercise in in quarantine or Yoga? Kick Arianna free movement kick. What are you up to? How are you staying mobile? And you gotta get ready for this. Summer's coming and so is the end of corn tea. It's coming by Phil Long. Way Off but the numbers are out there. Things are getting better and it's important to remember to look for that good news. When you look for it you will find it. We talked about that coalition of states on the East Coast the West Coast. They'RE OPENING UP AND PEOPLE MIGHT BE QUIBBLING. They might be arguing about the specifics in the timelines and everything. But it's going to happen and when it does it's important that all of us do our part to be as healthy as possible more healthy. We are blessed of risk that we're going to transmit this that we're gonNA spread it so whether that's taking lycene taking some zinc magnesium fish oil running whatever it is just it happen because that golden age isn't GonNa Com unless we create it so today's episode. I WANNA talk about letting go and I WANNA talk about letting go of. What's not So if you're the type of person to listen to this podcast than your type of person. That is smart your type of person. Who is considerate thoughtful and is really looking for a way to not get an edge in the world but to see the world right to see the world as it actually is and to see yourself as you actually are and the concept of letting go is an interesting ones who explore. There's a great book that David R Hawkins wrote called letting go the pathway of surrender. Many of you might remember that name. David Hawkins he's the author of power versus force kind of a book. That's reemerged in recent years about power force and how one trumps the other and you might hear different artists Kanye recently brought it up. And there's a lot of different artists who have cited this book and you can tell. It's a great book because of the criticism it gets from mainstream psychology. And you
Chinese County Back Under Lockdown After Coronavirus Cases Re-Emerge
"The Han om province in central trunk China now taking measures putting a mid sized county in the total lockdown there is concerns the virus might be re emerging there are ex FDA chief warning parts of our lives will shut down without a corona virus drug by the by the by the
Family Time: Going Back to Work and Mom Guilt
"This extra is a conversation with my colleagues league's Heather Jesse. In an mel both our mothers of to in our conversation we jump right in with an sharing a compelling stat. What about how? Much time women on average. Take off from being in the workforce. This kicks off a conversation between an heather and I about the choices. This is women face around motherhood and work. We hope you enjoy this reboot extra. This was a staff staff found in. It's the question is what's the average time for women. Out of the workforce to care for children or even another relative like what's the average which time frame that they take out of the workforce if you were to take a guess how many years this this is over the course of a career I would say like eighteen pallbearers. Twelve years and then the follow up I thought percentage was interesting. It's what percentage of women will be financially responsible for themselves their families at some point and the answer at least they gave was ninety nine percent in the third was what percentage of women serve as their households primary breadwinner. And it's forty percent which I might have guessed actually at this stage it could be fifty so I just think those are very compelling that some of us are not alone with some of these things were tending to you but we don't always bring it forward in the mainstream conversation what we're working with whether it's the care for another time out of work the laps and what that feels like We'll reemerging rakes. It's putting the career on hold putting a you on hold and then reemerging back into something. I mean a lot changes in twelve years. Yeah I was thinking to one of the phenomenons. John's I used to notice overtime. Was I would have clients find me right when they were on the precipice of something huge meaning. They'd want to schedule a session in having never met with me before a week before they're about to deliver or a week before they're about to get married and I often thought this is fascinating because you think to yourself highly of the time to fit this in and what's this about. When they you know they're they're almost off to another A whole nother horizon. And I realize there's there's this Time executive. I'M GONNA lose myself in this next phase or I might The ground beneath me is going to shift in with all this uncertainty uncertainty. I'd like to come to you coach. Tell me like let's go around in something you know. Let's let's talk career or let's talk about my setup at work or and there's a certainty factor that's wanted because there's so many unknowns. I think there's something in there about identity. Meets Life Challenge balance that you're up against store in a positive way celebration and but also just an unknown. I feel like there's always this question around timing and when when is it the right time to have a baby and I've said to friends like that's like trying to figure out when it's a convenient time to have a tornado. Hit Your House then. It gets for me at least harder with the second because I knew a tornado is going to hit my house and I kept thinking okay. When do I feel prepared? And you know that kept billing further and further other into the future but I think I think the other thing that I didn't know with my first child that I expected more with my second is I didn't know how I was going to change. I didn't know how I was going to feel like a completely different person a couple of months after I had a baby I knew something was going to shift gift and I couldn't even project into the future what I would want or how I was going to be feeling this just such a it is such should identity shift and it's really hard to plan for that. Yeah that's right or if there's a part of that loves to know or have some control will your seeking control right in the eleventh hour of entry into this new feigns. I think there's a parallel also to how Often when people alert preparing to get married they think less sometimes about the marriage. And how you know some of the frightening implications of that and it it feels more comforting. It's to plan a wedding to really throw oneself into the part that feels manageable. When I was pregnant with my first child it felt so good to have this project by all the things and do all the things things and get everything already and feel like I was prepared in? Not really you know again. I didn't really know what anticipate because it was just I don't no no but it it is. You know we I at least tended to focus more on the part that I could control than the feeling that I was about to lose control. I keep thinking of my friend had twins. We worked next to each other so I was with her through her pregnancy and I asked her. You know it's like what was it like like what what was later like and she's like it's to this point where your body just becomes an animal so when I hear you doc about loss of control like yes. It's a process. That's what the body curse ruin in the bringing forth of what you've been carrying. Thanks for so long until grateful that as women we just talk more about all the parts we end we share the hacks and we share the ugly in we we share the. I don't know I'm so grateful that I have the call a friend and and we're willing to share what worked twitted. Yeah I think that having a community of other mothers is so is so helpful and I you you know when I with my first child didn't have the experience of having that community of mothers around me it was it was incredibly lonely and I it just it is a feeling of like am I crazy crazy am I. Is it just this hard for me. Is there something. I'm not doing that. I should be doing that makes this feel like I'm pushing a boulder up. A you know. Pushy she'd have boulder uphill every single day. Starting it again the next morning this second round I have really a community of women and people who've been mothers for Awhile L. and and Really we all draw collectively drops. This idea that this is glamorous or instagram Abol goal or easy it is so validating just to be able to check somebody say God that was hard you know Oh and to be to feel seen other people can say I know how hard this is every day and how wonderful it is also how hard it is to have a safe place to be able to say that is so validating but to also set Have people say yeah. Have you tried this without judgment. Like knowing that we're all just doing the best that we can his changed how it feels to be a mother for me but it took a long time to have that and to find that you know actually Funny Story About thus and was my coach. When I had my first baby she was my executive coach and I was the first. Mother are with a baby at the company where I worked and it was so hard and I I had to. I haven't gonNA cry is speak this but there is no. There is no place to pump milk and I had to sit in the bathroom with my bat. Barricaded did barricading the door and it was so hard I would sit and cry when you know I I would call an and cry to her and say this is so hard. I just don't think I can do it. And she's the you have to do it and you have to tell tell how hard it is or it makes other women feel like it's impossible when they experience it if you make it look easy if you make it look if you make it look simple and you don't tell the story of how hard it is. Everyone else feels like it's just them and they're alone in their struggle and it became really important to me to say to say to my managers. Say Two people were work with me. It's really hard to be involved with. Kid We really have to support people who have children because it's really really really difficult and And that was so meaningful to me that you said that because it is so easy to retreat to be alone in it it is the way to want to want to help maintain the illusion that this is simple right because we don't want to be the one who who says it's really hard for me.
where are our troops in the middle east, what are they doing?
"We've got about fifty two hundred American troops in Iraq and in fact we have quite a few troops all over the Middle East perhaps more than most folks realize I want to get a an overall picture of where we stand right now where our troops are in the in the Middle East and what they are supposed to be doing as we want to bring in our friend Tara cop who covers the Pentagon the military and Veterans Affairs for McClatchy newspapers she's she knows this stuff really really well so she's the person I want to find out from so good morning Tara and thanks for being with us on first light after having me one of the things I wanted to find out now the United States has about fifty two hundred troops in Iraq and that this is left over from the the US and coalition campaign to defer to defeat the Islamic state now do we know what they're doing now because we've heard that they've kind of pulled back from that poster in a country where the parliament has just said we want you to leave so what do those fifty two hundred troops do right now sure there's a ton of moving parts right now so like you said those fifty two hundred or kind of a residual force after the defeat of isis in Iraq that for stayed behind it about five training sites to work with the Iraqi security forces to make sure you know if there are any smaller operations the need to be held or to make sure that they kept their training up because if you remember in twenty fourteen when ISIS first reemerge it was because of the deterioration of the Iraqi security forces that they were able to get such a large swath across the country so quickly so those forces now are basically the US forces the fifty two hundred are basically kind of pulling back on the bases and their primary only mission right now its force protection given her on stretch so they're not able to really move around the countryside even though that is supposedly an allied nation well there's a ton of movement going on right now but it is primarily to reposition forces to put them in a better position to defend US interests there so we know that I believe Monday night these air defense missile batteries all across the Middle East were placed on on a high alert because there is some thought that they were running and drones might be used against the for the forces do you know if that isn't the kind of thing where they stay in that state of alert for a long long time and and how long can you keep that up still in a state of alert the batteries and all other forces right now are at a heightened state of alert you can only imagine what sort of defensive postures were under way at the view of the Philippines but I want to expand a little bit so the fifty two hundred we're just the forces that were there because of the counter ISIS campaign there are as many as eighty thousand total in the region now tons of moving parts well you've seen the deployment of thousands of additional filters from the eighty second airborne in the last week there aren't the USS Bataan is moving toward the region with the new twenty two hundred marines aboard the US announced the shifting posture of can be fifty twos to Diego Garcia so there would be an easier striking the filter on the feeder this is a ton of movement narration right now and as many have said this is the most heightened sense of escalating tensions we have seen this region in a very long time
Madrid Making Moves
"Uh-huh and Lebanon Donna Dan Narrow Ericsson Ericsson could be heading to the Santiago Bernabeu according to reports is the president of Real Madrid who wants him influencing oh Perez but Zidane's and not so keen he's the ones pull pumper said Peres is the only winner surely this scrap well except that we had in the summer and sit down one that time is it I'm was was adamant as you've just pointed out that it was poker that he wanted Rao Madrid in the in you know it was very difficult poker they'd lined up a couple of other deals one was was this WanNa call someone was debate from from from ax and there was a very clear sense from that right we want to bring them infielder in these two that we think we think can work exam was so adamant that had been cut in the end they didn't get any of those players so if for this story to reemerge for it's a to reemerge from cloudy it's because I've a foreign tino all the rest of the rights of decided we do this anyway all because Dan has backed down or calls because they've just decided right well we want to try and force the issue on this now there's a little bit of me that doesn't entirely see the point in this deal now ramage at the moment look at the squad lists in recent weeks admittedly because some injuries they actually put the squabbling they publish them Goalkeepers Defenders Field as forwards and his great big long list everywhere and a tiny little list in the midfield a category and so they do need midfielders in terms of numbers but what they really need in truth is another number ten stroke attacking midfielder stroke the creative forward they've got lots of those and so this is a deal I think that they want to make it done they want they want to get it done rather they know that this is a market entity because of course Ericsson because of his contractual situations burs would come very cheap but then of course in the summer he would come for free this is a reminder contract is up at the end of the season good enough for amateur Christian Harrison having been an important player over the years for Tottenham Hotspur maybe not quite as much lately but his mind I think it's been a bit scrambled by everything that's been going on wanted to go to row Madrid I think it's a pretty open secret in the summer it didn't happen I think they'd get him for something like thirty million pounds because of the situation with his contract in June okay so you could see that happening because you get the feeling Tottenham that something's got to give and they need to freshen things up so yeah I think for Madrid wanted enough it can happen you let him go in January savings you say okay let's get some money for him and move on well I think I think he's an he looks always kind of half choked Luke's is always not interested right and of course we know Daniel Levy lakes bringing money and so it seems to me that you would just let them go get some money and get rid of a body again and start building again does he fit into this team I think is a good enough play for Marie I don't think right now and he's in a position where you can just turn players away because there is a there are some areas in which you have to be concerned so injuries are part of the reality Real Madrid now whether it's aww Tony Cruz there's nobody who can take the position Okaz Amedeo but the point that sid is making makes a whole lot of sense in that that kind of player is not exactly what you need so you're just bringing them to make numbers up you're not bringing them because he's addressing a need an area in which you're saying you know what we have to have a player like this it doesn't quite make sense from that point of view in terms of the market value it makes a whole Lotta sense for rare Marie to invest in a guy who would have come at a much higher price he's in what it's going to be a discounted price in the end problematic sit could it be going forward the sedan doesn't get I don't know the answer to that because oversee is problematic now and there's he wanted paper into the side for the star this season as the season moves on and he starts to find solutions Nicole seen very good performance in the last from Federal Valverde who has some of pope was qualities not quite the same sort of player but he covers a lot of ground he's quite direct he gets into both Sierra so there is a sense that they're finding solutions that so I don't necessarily think if they can find an alternative poke the similar enough that have a similar kind of skill set a similar sort of level then perhaps it's not too much of a problem but it was a problem in the summer not Lisa because it that degree of tension between down the club there's IT and felt the club who had promise to get in the plaza wanted promise to get rid of the players that he wanted weren't able to do so now there's a difference between not being able to do so and refusing to do so which is why I think that those kind of problems can be overcome but of course there is that little bit of tension that still remains said as you're on and we need to talk about a story that we've discussed forty eight hours out front page of bail says he wants to go that he's had enough the reason this is a big deal obviously Bala Gate well linked within Spanish football well link within the Gareth Oh camp this is why you've got to take this story seriously and the big question I said why why now why is he coming out and saying this now considering all the summer very had all those problems he gets a standing ovation after his performance against Granada two days comes out and said that enough because you drop me in that champion's league game well that's that's a great way to start them because is if you read the printing of this article at it fits exactly we've your question don't police is bio- tyke no more and at that point because of the timing is you right yes I think he will he can take no more of being a starter in the team that's top of the League who's just provided a wonderful assist them being innovation by the fans this isn't the moment to be thinking I can take no more that said of course some of the underlying element of this story this really is no different from what we've been talking about going all the way back to August we talked about it in in the middle of September Knbr as well I think when we were saying that violence playing now he's in the team now he starting now he's getting continuity now but that doesn't mean he's playing remember that comment playing happily remember that comment he made when he was lost while Scott what was it three or four weeks ago and he said I'm playing but wouldn't sound playing happily and that is this in a nutshell now I think is very difficult at this early stage you say he will go because of course we saw this summer even if you want to go even if the club is trying to force you out you have to find an exit and the summer they didn't one until very late in the summer they found that opportunity to go to China thought it was all done and the last minute realm of turned around and said no and so I think is angry about that feels irritated by that and yeah I don't doubt for minute idea that well if there was a good while I'd take it but that's not quite the same and this will happen because it's very very difficult to make this happen and personally if I was able to go about your question the timing be thinking look I'm not very happy I'm not very pleased with the it may have a great relationship the manager but hey I'm a star now at wral Madrid again and so between now and the end the season I think a lot can happen that will so the way this plays
Rudy Giuliani's role in Ukraine's investigation of Joe Biden
"Since he came into office. Donald Trump has had personal attorneys who work work outside of his administration. The most notable person in that position was Michael Cohen who left the role and later went to prison for tax fraud related to his work with trump in April of two thousand eighteen. Rudy Giuliani became trump's new personal attorney and occupied a similar role in kind of gray area not not part of the trump administration but deeply involved in trump's work and it's in this capacity that Giuliani starts actively pursuing Lukashenko's is claims so how does Giuliani pursue this investigation into the Biden's so it starts with this may trip that he tries to plan to Ukraine to meet with with the precedent there okay so I've decided Sharon. I'm not going to go to the Ukraine. You'RE NOT GONNA go. I'm not going to go because I think I'm walking into a group of people that are enemies of the president that's canceled because he's just getting hammered from all sides about the impropriety of a president's foyer going to meet with a foreign leader out although this wouldn't be the first time that he's done that while serving trump's lawyer but the next month he doesn't give up he goes to Paris and meets with with an official in the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's office and then in July about a week before the president would talk to with the Ukrainian president in this now famous phone call. Rudy gets text from an official at the State Department. The person from the State Department who texted Giuliani is named named Kurt Volker the text said Dear Mr Mayor. Are you back stateside. Let's talk or get together who is Kurt Volker. Kurt Volker is actually also in a volunteer capacity to the US government. He's the US government's special representative for Ukraine. He's been serving in that job since 2017. You've worked with the State Department but it's not quite an official role. He checks in again two days later and then on July nineteenth nineteen. He says he really enjoyed breakfast this morning. As discussed connected you here with Andrew Euromac who is very close to President's Alinsky a suggest reschedule a call together on Monday maybe ten. AM or eleven am Washington time so volker offers to introduce Giuliani to a top aide a senior your adviser to the new Ukrainian President Zilenski and these people the Lansky and his aide. They're not connected to lose cheng-kuo right. The claims about Biden are not coming from them. Yeah and the timing of this text message is interesting because it's it's six days before trump is set to talk doctors. Alinsky but it also comes right after trump has directed a hold on nearly four hundred million dollars in aid that set to go to Ukraine in the fall. What's your interpretation of that timing. It's not clear who knows what at this point by. A good chunk of the funds are State Department Sutton and the other thing I would note is that Giuliani said that he doesn't become aware of the hold on eight until much later in the summer. Does the three way call happen and as far as we know the three way call happens. We don't know about the contents of this three way. Call between Giuliani the personal lawyer Volker the State Department armament volunteer and your Mac a top aide to Ukraine's new president but if any side were to bring up the claims about Biden it would be the US side remember there had been a Ukrainian election. Lukashenko was not in the new government and the new administration was not connected to his claims and then a few days after that call another call happens the call between the president of Ukraine and president trump this this is the call at the center of the current political turmoil and on this call trump is the one who brings up the claims about Biden and repeatedly tells the Ukrainian president to talk to Giuliani so it was really interesting to us that he's not only saying investigate investigate Biden but work with this person who's not officially in the US government and really has no official role other than to serve as his personal lawyer earlier in an investigation that at that point is dead but makes clear how eager he is for the Ukrainian government to do what Rudy is asking for and did did Zilenski people then talked to Giuliani yeah so your Mac the top aide. Alinsky and Giuliani meet about six days after the phone call in Madrid. This is a meeting that is cited in the whistleblower complaint and we know that Giuliani again takes these opportunities to bring up the Biden investigation to bring up investigation into possible election interference in two thousand sixteen and to press all these issues that are at the heart of this now now and how do we know that he brought those things up because he's told us this is Giuliani again after the call between the two presidents trying to get at the new Ukrainian administration to look into Biden and questions start to reemerge about whether in these meetings Giuliani was acting in an official capacity on behalf of the United States when he was not authorized to do so
Saturday Night Live fires new cast member Shane Gillis over controversial comments
"Four Saturday Night Live has withdrawn its invitation to a controversial comedian to become a cast member this fall video clips of Jane Gillis using racial and homophobic slurs reemerge last week just hours after NBC announced that he and two others will be joining the cast of SNL is featured players most of these letters were toward Chinese people or Asians in general yesterday people were asking if Gil as it crossed some line a line dividing edgy comedy from racism today with his firing from SNL it became clear that line had been crossed. TV shows like SNL want to be cutting edge want to create controversy one to be considered in the vanguard of what's hot and what's not probably why Shane Gillis was hired yes his act has also been filled with ethnic slurs toward Asians in particular the cultural line that Gillis crossed has shifted over the years and says one media reporter society is still trying to navigate its boundaries he has a past that what he would term as edgy humor but often the tears and to homophobia sexism racism that you name it the center trial from time magazine. behavior and comments are at the center as keyless access isn't one thing that seems to be changing there's the notion that it is okay for comics to punch up at figures of power but never down does not in the one percent Charles Feldman can extend seventy
New "SNL" cast member Shane Gillis under fire for racial slurs
"Saturday Night Live has withdrawn its invitation to a controversial comedian to become a cast member this fall video clips of shame Gillis using racial and homophobic slurs reemerge last week just hours after NBC announced that he and two others will be joining the cast of SNL most of these slurs were towards Chinese people or Asians in general Saturday Night Live executive producer Lorne Michaels says they should have better give us more thoroughly he says they hired him on the basis of his strengths talents as a comedian and his impressive audition and they were unaware of his use of hurtful meant a fence of language so the punch line for edgy comic Xing Gillis was you're fired from SNL the ones future now former cast member cross the comedic lines that society is still apparently negotiating chain Gillis was clearly a successful comedian enough so he landed a gig on SNL yet his act apparently was chock full of everything from homophobic references to outright racism critics say the line of comic can cross is shifting part of it includes the idea of punching down and your child covers media for time magazine he's writing an article about Shane Gelles good comedy should punch it should reveal uncomfortable truths about those in power it should not be used as a platform for privileged people to just make fun of oppressed people one question raised since Gillis is act reportedly always contained material many would consider offensive is the line that cannot be crossed one place for. your personal appearances but another for national TV I'm Charles Feldman can extend seventy
"reemerge" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Last saturday twenty two people were shot dead and twenty four injured by a single gunman in a walmart outlet in el paso texas in any other country but the united states little else would have been talked about for weeks in the united states the massacre in el paso found itself struggling for column inches within twenty four hours as nine more people were shot dead and twenty-seven more injured by another single gunman this time in nightlife district of dayton ohio. This explainer is being written and recorded on tuesday day for broadcast on wednesday. It is statistically very far from impossible to the memory of both el paso and dayton will have been included by some fresh rush horror by the time you hear this so it might will seem that everything can be usefully said or indeed uselessly said about such events has been set and and say and said and said and if guns are to be kept out of the hands of the criminal and out of the hands they insane and out of the hands irresponsible then we just must have licensing we have taken this important part of the lie of millions of americans in turn it into an instrument of maintaining madness gun. Violence is a national epidemic and a national tragedy league that demands more than words. We are the only industrialized country as this problem in the whole world. The only one doc the el paso shooting in particular has introduced a somewhat distinguishing dimension to the agonizing that always attends such crimes that of the idea of white nationalism the to which the alleged el paso gunman appears to have been an enthusiastic subscriber before driving to el paso and opening fire on blameless shoppers because the perpetrator posted online manifesto it made approving reference to both last marches attack on a mosque in christ church and to the same cold great replacement theory the belief that sinister forces are conspiring to reduce white people to a minority in europe and or the united states dates. This idea also seems to have been a factor in the thinking such as it was of the gunman who shot three people dead at a garlic festival in gilroy california earlier this month the great replacement theory merits no more consideration than any other conspiracy theory it is as they woah a security blanket for those unable to cope with a chaotic universe and or an apparatus which allows stupid people to think themselves clever but it and its parent theory of white supremacism is clearly re emergent and it is worth thinking about why <music> you to make the wine again as we you work out your dull. Thank you tell me people have not it must be acknowledged of course that white. Supremacist thinking is not new in the united states indeed between the disposition of north america's indigenous peoples and the import of african slaves. It's arguable that white supremacism the system was an original ideological underpinning of the american experiment and it's really not long ago that white supremacism was confident enough of a sympathetic hearing to announce itself out loud as recently as nineteen sixty eight george wallace a long serving governor of alabama and regenerate race baiter at least until they politically convenient epiphany in later life ran for president of the u._s. As an independent one five states and the name of the greatest just people that have ever heard this her brother line in the dust and perfect government before the feet of tyranny and i taste segregation now mara and sarah gatien through the nineteen sixties seventies eighties eighteen ninety s and beyond white supremacism became if not nearly swiftly enough confined to the margins landmark civil rights act was signed in nineteen sixty four thousand nine hundred sixty eight. The ku klux klan wants million strong became a punchline. The rallies probably attended by more undercover feds and reporters in costume shop robes than by actual clansman politicians and public figures who may have white supremacist views tended to keep quiet about out them or like long-serving democratic senator from west virginia and former klansman robert byrd apologized for them and so we who like myself are born in a southern environment grew up with southern people knew their feelings about the civil war and all these you're saying i thought my goodness. We ought to get ahead of the curve really well. That is what made me come to the conclusion that if i had to do over again i'd vote against set advert again and in two thousand eight the united states elected a black president who among many other hopeful pronouncements on on the progress of race relations in america said the following at senator byrd's funeral in two thousand and ten. We know they're things. He said things he did that. He came to regret. I remember talking about that the first time i visited with him. He said there are things. I regretted in my youth. You may know that i said none of us are absent. Some regrets senator. That's why we enjoy and seek the grace of god. The election of barack obama. We'd lee and depressingly is doubtless part of the reason that white supremacism felt emboldened to emerge from beneath. It's pointy hood. The backlash to barrack kabbah was probably inevitable and certainly not his fault where his successor is concerned however i love the people of our country that people all of the people people. I didn't say i love you because you're black or i love you. Is your wife or i love you because you're from japan or your from china or you're from kenya or your from scotland or sweden. I love all the people of our country. Go to the question of whether or not donald trump is a racist is concerned. The jury has been in a while. He is the question of his culpability for acts carried out in the name of the sentiments he has endorsed. Amplified is a tricky one. It gets you not so far from blaming crimes names on rock musicians or video games and it is certainly the case that mass shootings occurred on the watch of previous presidents obama very much included as a country. We have been through this too many times. Whether it's an elementary school in newton or shopping mall in oregon or a temple in wisconsin or a movie theater in aurora or a street corner in chicago these neighborhoods our neighborhoods and these children are children. Donald trump is not to blame that the united states has a surfeit of not well regulated guns and a subculture of vicious vindictive young men but like no other official no other person in america or indeed on earth. The president of the united states sets a tone f._b._i. Director director christopher ray recently told the u._s. senate that a majority of the domestic terrorism cases that we've investigated are motivated by some version of white supremacist ideology. It is hard to see this as altogether a coincidence <music> four hundred million.
"reemerge" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"What do they stand for? What are they thinking? How, how attractive are they can I see them in the role and that's the evolution that's going to take place over the next few debates? So tonight, you'll see some guys gals punch up. I think this a waste of time. Don't go after the front runner because the person standing next to you is your problem at the moment. Right. So understand the space, you're in and look at the camera and forget about them and make this connection between you. And those Americans out there who are looking at you for the first time I feel like you're saying, yeah, be careful with any assumptions about who's ahead because the political life, you say maybe your own API your own out now. I want to show folks watching this before we go a little bit of what we were able to do today. Speaking about the voters. I want out. I hit some of the streets right outside the debate hall here in Miami. And I got to talk to a bunch of different folks. Multiple campaigns saying Biden supporters. Clova Dr Sanders. There was a lot of folks out here, as you can see that without the twenty year old Biden supporter says he wants to cast his first presidential vote ever for Joe Biden, and one of them was telling me that they already to your point, Michael, I didn't know you were gonna say that. But if she did one of them told me they already shifted from being a Kamala Harris supporter to now being a die hard. Elizabeth Warren supporter, take a look. So would you first choice first choice miss, Kamala? Harris. After listening to tone from sent her plants. Shifted you already moved. Could you ever get cutting missing? You ran a political party, how typical is that? And how much does that happen because of debate? That's, that's very typical in what's, what's interesting and important about that it has happened before the debate. In other words candidates out there on the hustings right now having a conversation with voters is equally important. That's why tell voters and tell people polls really don't matter that much right now. It's that connection at the candidates are making with the voters to kind of moves the table as it did for that particular voter now, what was interesting to your question. Can you shift again? He said, no, he said, no, he said, no, I bet you I bet you starting tonight. If someone stands up on that stage, Elizabeth, Warren, falters, or they get the best of her. It's going to cost him to rethink and re-evaluate, what he likes or doesn't like about her. What her strength is ironically. And interestingly enough as the policies, this, this election could actually be wanted which policies dictate and drive, a lot of where voters ultimately settle down. Beyond the likability of the candidate, we've done the cult of personality. That was Trump down. The question becomes the substance of what you bring to the table, which is why Elizabeth Warren, Donald Trump debate in the fall of next year, gets really interesting because there's only so much, you know, ducking you can do when you're getting hit on policy in fast, especially with the voters want to see right? And a lotta times does activists who are the term influencers. Influential activists are the ones who friends come and say, at least not maybe who vote for, but who are the two or three that are for real 'cause they take that word on that. I spoke to one young voter today who said he's all about Yang. I said, why he said, he's the only data driven candidate. And I said, that's probably true. Yeah, it is. But you got to go beyond data driven. There's more to it than the data. So the question for someone like a Yang, who no one has an idea about maybe beyond the tech space is. How will you be president? How will you do the presidency now? Now. Let's not get caught up on the well of Donald Trump can do it. Anybody can do it, right? That's not the standard folks to get that out of you don't want to take..
"reemerge" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Right now, most Kratz say they only know a little about the candidates. That's a statistic that shows the stakes but also broader research suggests primary debates have an especially large impact so tonight, it's not just about political theatrics or the media getting excited for an event, so it can include that, but as a matter of raw politics and political science, we know early debates can define candidates and narrow the race. Consider current Trump administration official Rick Perry before the two thousand twelve debates many saw him as a potential Republican front runner. He had the high polling when he entered the race that summer and a resume like the last Republican President, George W Bush, both Texas governors, then voters saw him, not only stumble but attack social security in a way that proved less popular outside of Texas. It is a Ponzi scheme to tell our kids that are twenty five or thirty years old today. You paying into a program that's going to be there. Anybody that's for the status quo was social security today is involved with a monstrous, lie to our kids and it's not right. That didn't play well Perry dropped its voters heard from him directly and later debates her even more. It's three agencies of government. When I get there that are gone, commerce, education, and the what's the third one there? Let's see. Let's see. I can't the third one. I can't. I can't. And he couldn't because he dropped out of the race, if you months later, we all know, politics doesn't like a vacuum space gets filled for Republicans. It was primary debates that was ignited, what filled the space because people got excited about what they heard remember the same cycle Herman Cain who was dismissed by his party's leaders for the most part, found grassroots voters excited for those very simple plans..
"reemerge" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Had a voice the notion that you can invest one dollar, which is what the situation is now and be involved in the effort to get a candidate of choice on the debate stage debt is democratizing, the process. And so we took that effort initially, no, we did random assignment for tonight and tomorrow, there's no JV varsity. We've got a deep bench and what I think people are going to see is there multiple candidates that they really like, and I encourage people to date, multiple candidates speed date, if you will, and then fall in love. And then what we have to do it fall in line behind whoever wins. And what we've done is to make sure that the process is fair to everyone, so that those who don't make it are going to be enthusiastic in Milwaukee and a little over a year. Now, you're enough of a political junkie that you may know there's one thing that Maxine Waters and Ross Perot, having common do you know what it is? I have no idea. It's being dead serious about their time. Maxine famously says reclaiming my time people love that and throw back in the day at his debates would say finish finish finish, and he would browbeat these moderators who, of course, full disclosure, I think everybody knows are my calling, but to try to get extra time and everyone's seen that footage. What is success look like to you, does it look like a great night where we meet the candidates, but the big ones speak more or do you think part of your measure of tonight, in conjunction, of course, with these hosts co hosts and all that is equal time. Well, we need to make sure that every candidate has a fair opportunity to communicate their vision, and I'm confident that the moderators will do that, because they're very season than talented at the same time. You have to make sure that you don't lose the flow of the debate. And so if you're in the middle of something, you want to give that opportunity to finish, so that voters can make their choice. Let's look at this thirty seconds for that. Follow up, right? You know, these guys and gals you know them. It puts the by them, and, you know, them, and I think a lot of our viewers know it's a premium member. Most of them, no doubt about them. Don't do follow ups in thirty seconds. Well, again, one of the things that is important about this is we set forth, these rules in advance and the, the folks who will excel are the folks were able to cut to the chase and articulate a vision quickly and cogently. So you think you rules are not only fair. They'll, they'll help these candidates sharpen and you want somebody emerged who can be Trump, you know, I remember when I was doing a healthy dose of trial work, and you would get a rebuttal opportunity in front of a judge, and you'd be telling you got three minutes. Those were usually my best three minutes because I understood I had to cut to the chase. I had to get to my point and I had to make that point very, very quickly. And I'm confident these this is a good stable candidates. It really is a deep bench tonight and tomorrow, and I think what I think the American people are going to see is the unity of values and then what they're going to see is they really do. Multiple candidates because the difference between the candidates and Trump is one hundred percent on all the critical issue. Right. Which you could argue is good for you. I'm going to remind you anytime. We're, we're running out of time in a TV interview of your comments today about the importance of gravity. Good to be. I know you're very busy putting this all on really you're making time to becoming on our special episode of the beat. So it's great to be here. It's gonna be a great night and a great tomorrow. As I said, everyone. Good luck to you ahead. I actually spent some time just now with some of the voters here in Miami. And got some interesting takes, we'll play some of that for you. That was out on the streets moments ago. That's gangsta Puerto right there. And with its huge national audience what we can learn from history about why. This is such a Mako break moment for certain candidates. Simple question. Why does tonight's debate actually matter? Well, it's obviously the first chance for these contenders to introduce themselves voters around the country..
"reemerge" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And to I feel like this is all kind of over two. Why are we still talking about it? And it's because of those talking points that become soundbites debt, you know, his people see that he's using really thoughtfully, and he's able to continue to own a lot of the narrative, and Democrats aren't necessarily owning in the way that they should Bill bar reminds me when it comes to this report and how he presented it to the country. Your teenage son, who comes in at midnight. In how the evening went he says, fine that I just had a little benefit all worked out you go out in the morning and the fenders gone. So what you report, what someone tells you what you actually see in here is a big difference. And that's what Muller means on July seventeenth. For the first time the differences are cleared out, and you get to here on instructed what he thought, what he knows how he perceived it and that threatens the president's narrative, and what you're going to say while the president and FOX and others already starting to tout it. You know, there's nothing here, you know, windows in well, yeah, it doesn't end on the seventeenth actually begins because now the American people be tuning in and listening hearing for the first time in real Tonette goes to the final thing. I wanted press the congressman on what when you look at to survey. Big picture, should your stance on impeaching Donald Trump, but obstruction be test for the Democratic Party at this point, given how strongly people feel about the way in this party people feel that the president has. Has has led and subvert, the rule of law is their consequence for that or paraphrase. You remember Deborah grey, shemale rapper. She talked about things being so funked defied, and there is a concern that the that the democratic primary has become so Trump applied, that's actually problematic, and they need to get out there move on beyond this impeachment debate and, and show a vision where do you come down on that? Well, you know, my brother, of course, who's running for president who we ought costs has said that he wants to start an impeachment inquiry. I don't know that it should necessarily be a litmus test because even Democrats have different opinions on that. And of course, Democrats in congress have different opinions on it, but it is interesting to be able to question tonight, but candidates about what it would mean to start an impeachment inquiry. And also, whether they believe that it means upholding, the rule of law, and protecting our democracy. Yeah, congressman thank you for being here. Really? Thank you. And as I say, all surrogate, and all family member all candidates. We wish everyone good luck. Good luck you and your family tonight. You should thank you for being here here in Miami. Big night. Bienvenidos miami. And you know what that do? Okay, we'll get into that later and the chairman I'd like you to stick around because I wanted to a special thing at the end. It feels absolute of our live coverage. We have a lot more, including very serious story that is obviously gripping the national conversation right now the humanitarian crisis, which is a very real issue. And obviously hangs over the debate candidates, visiting this facility with the Trump administration continues to detain immigrant children. Amidst allegations of abuse, and mistreatment later by exclusive interview on this hour with a contender who's going on stage. Governor, Jay Inslee, and we'll talk to a man who made tonight happen..
"reemerge" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"I'm already Melbourne. I'm here live this evening for Miami thrilled to be with you. We are, as you know, now three hours away from the first democratic debate of twenty twenty where the candidates will face off on their vision, the border crisis and a new topic threats back into the news, the return of Robert Miller as House Democrats announce he will publicly testify before congress on July. Seventeenth, you know what this, does it reignites the party's clash over obstruction? Whether to open an impeachment pro tonight voters are likely to see the Democrats internal battles over this big issue, because well below sea, and most of her house caucus do not back impeachment of the ten candidates, debating tonight, seven do back impeachment hearings, many see the push from public testimony at the last effort to make that happen. I have called on the house to initiate in peach mint proceedings. I would support impeachment proceedings. Getting now are believed that this president should be impeached. We have a blow obligation now to investigate as president. That's the last straw they should begin impeachment proceedings. No president not Donald Trump or anyone else is a king. We have to hold those responsible accountable in only method that we can do that is for representatives in congress to begin impeachment proceedings. That's what the debate sounds like a preview of what may come tonight. A big issue. I'm joined now by congressman Joaquin Castro is here tonight, supporting his twin brother Julio Castro will be on that very stage of Castro serves on the intelligence committee, which will be a part of the question of Bob Muller. I'm also joined by former RNC chairman, Michael Steele, at democratic strategists, Aisha moody mills. Good to see each of you, you already. Thank you for having first question to you. Is it important that Bob Muller, testified before your committee? What do you want to hear from him and will it come up tonight? It's absolutely critical that he testify, of course he put his report out, but there are a lot of Americans that have not read the report or sought out the report. So I see this as part of the process him coming in front of the intelligence committee, and judiciary committee to tell us about the report and for me, I'm specifically looking at the ten instances of obstruction of Justice that he laid out against the president because I think that's most likely to be the subject of an impeachment inquiry. Do you think that that will be a point of distinction on the? Tonight or tomorrow, perhaps, I don't know where everybody is in terms of opening an impeachment inquiry, there may be various opinions over there in congress..
Fed Chair Powell Weighs Whether Cut Will Be Needed as Risks Loom
"Fed jerome powell reiterated that the case for lower rates is growing but he wouldn't commit to when or by how much speaking to the council of foreign relations the fed chair and cited downside risks caused in part by trade concerns that may require a quote more accommodative policy cross-currents reemerged with apparent progress on trade turning to greater uncertainty and with incoming data raising renewed concerns about the strength of the global economy that was fed chair jay powell meanwhile louis chief james bullard thinks the move should be next month but he pushed back against a fifty basis point cut speaking to bloomberg t._v. and radio bullard said he favors a quarter point reduction as insurance given below target inflation and slowing growth today fifty basis points would be overdone i would i don't think the situation really calls for that but i would be willing to twenty-five sitting here today i hate to judge meetings things can change by the time you get that was louis fed president
"reemerge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Just saw Steph curry reemerged. It gave him a basketball they shot one, and it went in and he went right back to the bench. So the matter how he feels got a magnet in that belies. You've got a big heart. He wants it participate in this game. He know that they need him, especially as we move into the second half and the depressure the last six minutes. He and Thompson are the key guys here. Raptors thirty. To Twenty-eight lead on Golden State ten nineteen to go in the second, Shaun Livingston will inbound right in front of us front court for Golden State attacking the basket to our left. Boogie cousins still still on the floor with Thompson to Repco twin cooked Thompson has it up the past gives it to boogie up high looking to pass. How wheels dribbles fives? Cook on a low pass veta- great catching the quarterback two cousins high posts seven to shoot against box rips it away. It's throw out. Oh, has it Powell down the middle of the floor? Passing out to the corner. Green green was covered by cook. And now he has nowhere to go, so he's jabbing gets inside spins baseline puts up a short jumper just tick, the rim to boogie cousins bad angle area. A little bit behind the board on the right side. Nine forty five in county to go in the half Livingston frontcourt. Double pushed out to the far sideline fives. Cook dribbles to the free throw line past Jurisco quarter three pops out. No good green the rebound for Toronto. Now they have green on Thomson defensively, for advanced leapfrog. In court today green against cousins close by passing in the opposite corner, up high and wide open three missed on that one to Repco Danny green had a half a step. He should have continued on dried, he would have been up in Dobson Livingston baseline left jumper. No pow tips, controlled by Siaka on the run into the front court. What I'm three back took green runs into a triple missed it bodies flying, including boogie cousins down on the floor push that it's a foul on Toronto bones. Eight has got to get their offense together here because it can't be one out.
Scientists partially revived a pig's brain after the animal died
"Scientists are about to blur the line on what's considered alive? Dead. Researchers being able to restore some cellular activity in the brains of pigs that had been declared dead for four hours. Now, the brains didn't regain anything close to consciousness, but electrical activity did indeed return and the potential ethical questions. This sets up potentially massive affair Honey is founding director of Duke science and society and a professor of law and philosophy at Duke University law school, so professor what are some of the? Questions that are now going to be raised by this revelation. It's an incredible breakthrough to be clear what the scientists restored with cellular activity, but not electrical activity to the brain. And why that matters is what they did with take brains that had been deprived of oxygen for four hours, which by all of our current understanding of science would say that. There was no way that restore any cellular functioning that it was damaged that was irreversible. And through a proprietary system that they call brain X, they rebelled to restore cellular functioning. But not global activities. I meaning there was no EEG. There was no consciousness. There was no sentient capabilities or anything like that yet. And might be by design of the study. They used something that they call neuronal activity blockers, which prevent EEG they did that. So that they could allow the brain to rest to restore function is has great promise for immediately having a better model to study the human brain, which is incredibly important for being able to eventually solve so many diseases that afflict people, but it also blurs the line because before we had a definition of brain death that was based on the irreparable loss of brain function. And we had these categories of dead and alive, and while the definition became blurry. Or once we had to bring the comes blurrier still when you can go from what we clearly knew dead. I mean, a decapitated big pig is that is a gut and then being able to restore so much dowdy means there's this complicated gray area that we have to address. So what do we do with the gray area? Now that it's even. Greyer you said, maybe it was by design, and I think they even said that it was by design that they didn't want the electrical signals back because I don't think we're ready for that question. Ready to have electrical activity restored, the pig grains, at either, but you know, moved immediately raises the question of, you know, our our animals that are part of these research subjects part of these research. Studies subject to the research protections that we afford to living animals so we ensure that research is designed and carried out in a way that doesn't pose unnecessary pain and distress to animals with that animals because you're dealing with tissue. At that point. I we don't have the same kinds of protections or restrictions on research. And so when the goal of the research study really is to restore activity to the brain. It may be that we need to not treat that as dead tissue in animals, treat it more like living animals somewhere in between we need to devise some ethical guidelines. Does this does this change in any way, the notion of you know, when someone has a stroke there's a time limit right after which it is presumed that the. Is is brain dead in the brain is now beyond repair. Okay. We're certainly cannot survive to this change that it may eventually not today. And the reason it doesn't today is because the way we defined brain deaf right now really that loss of electrical and global activity that is essential to to function to perception our consciousness, but you know, research that could build on this may show as it actually that if you removed, for example, neuronal activity blockers, maybe to maybe that electrical activity would reemerge in which case, then it, you know, both offers potential providence. You know, we think that when somebody suffers deprivation of oxygen to their brain. If they have a cardiac arrest or famous stroke that there's no way that they can recover that function. And that may not be true, which is really exciting and promising, but there's a long way to go between here. And there we have to be able to do it with the brain still inside of a person's body. We'd have to be able to run the system. In humans. There's a lot of research questions that would need to be answered between here and there, and you know, what what are commentary in nature today along with this. Incredible research study suggested that we start figuring out how to enable that ethical progress to allow us to get from here to maybe one day in the future being able to apply to humans and in clinical applications think about both at the same time before you get ahead of yourself. That's right. Yeah. And I think people are gonna get really out of themselves. I mean there there's so much. We tend to of course, right? Want to go to they want to imagine that these are ambi- pigs, which they're not. I mean, this is still just cellular really active, not electrically active brain. But they also want to see their hope, and it which is at one day, we might alleviate a lot of human suffering. And I think what's so exciting about this is that this makes that so much more likely. Professor, you just probably started half a dozen screenwriters in Hollywood's. Okay. I think that people have been pretty excited about these these researchers results, but also, you know, kinda shocked, and, you know, given it really fundamentally undermined so many of the assumptions people have had up until now about what the live and what's dad and what's reversible, and let's not I think it seeks up a lot of things. And when that happens, we really have to think about how do we make sure that the ethics and the guidelines keep
"reemerge" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To the show loose logging back at it. On KOA NewsRadio. Happy birthday to Diana Ross seventy-five years. Young today. Dave Logan without Rick Lewis, Kathy Lee, and so Susie wargin tie. Former partner has reemerged. Yeah. It is. Reemerge? I've I've I've emerged from the third floor and here, I am your now this big jock on the FOX. I tend to three. So I listen every day. I appreciate that. Thank you. You know, it's too for Tuesday today. I knew that right? Right. Listening to your show. It's not a lot of you. Well, you know, it's kind of the point of music radio is to play music. Personality driven. It's less you and me. Still it's kind of. I mean you'd like to when the ratings come out you'd like to thank it's about the personality. Really? It's about you know, we finally got the music the music. So basically, you're saying days are doing the best music show like that the personalities not that all important. I it's I wouldn't say that it's not that important, but I do feel like people, and this is the way I approach it is the we're kind of with people during their workday guy us on maybe in the background as far as music goes. And so I like to think that I'm just kind of their friend in the, you know, the next to them or sitting in the car with them, you know, relief fund tidbits talked to him, you know, little little fun things. Don't be you know, I try not to be annoying. Right too much. My business model for this show. I mean, not don't talk too much. Well, not be annoying. Friends that take us along for the drive. Yeah. Right. Yeah. But we don't play nearly as much music man, literally in that. And that's fine. Because I'm an avid listener of the FOX. So I'm I'm driving around listening to you. And I'm thinking, okay. She must have the day off. Because I heard like this is good because people listen to the FOX FOX classic rock. You gotta listen to those. That's exactly what I said driving around. But I literally went from. I don't know just north of large spur too. I'm saying I went to like highway seven, and I I didn't hear you took it three hours with traffic or heard me, right? I didn't take me three hours. But I I I didn't hear you. I didn't hear you to the point that I'm thinking she knows she's working with me this afternoon, right? Yeah. No, usually about every twenty minutes is kind of one you'll hear me pop on. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So we got you know, commercial breaks long ones. Just like here. Do you have breaks like we have here? Well, we actually they let us do these thirty song FOX free rides which we don't play any breaks for over two hours. How does that work in everybody get paid? We haven't asked yet. They let us keep doing it. So we're just not even asking. Yeah. I wonder I wonder if we just said maybe after John Morsi does traffic maybe we just go from rogue four seventeen to like four forty-seven commercial free Lewis and Logan on KOA NewsRadio. Well, we tried that yesterday. How will that work out the suits were scurrying? And you better believe say where he pays yesterday. Well, we came out of the game. Right. Oh, Yankees play the isotopes. So we carried it on KOA getting people ready for Thursday's major league opener. And I think they expected the game to go longer than like four zero six his so there were no spots because there's a different spot. Log for the Rockies, right? As opposed to the show spot law technical term for commercial. Thank you. And so we start the show and I get in and I'm with Mike Reiss yesterday. I listen. So I said to drag I said, hey, Johnny spots in the first couple of breaks. And he goes, Nope. I said nothing he goes. We have no spots because really the show wasn't supposed to start. So by forthright, right? Just let the let the folks in the west wing. No, so dragon ever dutiful sends off an Email, and I mean within seriously, you would've thought the Email said, hey, there's a fire on the fourth floor in the control room now to order. It would take longer. Yeah. Right. I'm sorry. All the computers are down. We need some IT. I mean, it was like no use impressive. You got some gets and commercials in right away. Didn't you? Well, not right away. We can always man. Absolutely. So we are going to carry until six thirty till what are we go seventy seven. Hoping yesterday when I heard you could go until six or maybe I caught this. I yeah, we're going to seven o'clock right tomorrow night. I know buffs wars thirty right buffs one way. And they play at Texas. Congrats to your buffs. Tomorrow about them buffs. Yeah. I know people bust on them in IT. But listen, they're young team. And I'm happy to see him in the polls chance you have to go to the postseason. I think that's okay. Get there this year. I did not get there this year new head coach gray head, coach Nikos awesome. But you know, what you just kind of got to start over. Can I tell you about what time is it before? I get yelled at for. We're good. So time for a break. Sorry. We have so much to catch up on. So salmon, I went to a college visit time for Samantha, even though she still thinks that if she goes to see you gonna pay for it. Season junior junior this year. Yeah. Yeah. I know. Right. So we went down to see you Grand Canyon university. Wow. And so I have never I had never heard of. I've never I didn't know it was in Phoenix. I've seen some of the commercials, you know, they run during some of the NCAA tournaments things like that. So she was looking for dance teams. And they do they have a phenomenal dance team does very well nationally. So we went down your thought we were going for a dance camp. They ended up rescheduling the dance camp. We'd already made all of our arrangements. But we ended up going to basketball game. Dan, Marley is the head coach and has been for. He is a God there. He's the Dave Logan of honest to God, I'm telling you. Anyway, move on anyway. So it's homecoming at senior night and the place is sold out. And it's like that for every single college basketball game. And it was going to have to show you some videos because I couldn't believe what I was seeing. It was choreographed every student was there a dry, by the way, no no alcohol sales. So it's kind of like who campus is dry campuses. It's a Christian university private Christian university. So are you saying Christians don't drink? No. They have a dry campus asked him right from Catholic. Yeah. I know right on three glasses of wine. That's why I'm trying to keep contain myself here. But it was the coolest basketball game college basketball game. I have ever been to in my life, and it was Rockin, and we talked to the dance coach after where she said every week the dance coach cheer band and the student leaders get together and they make a plan for the game. And I'm like, how am and there's probably other colleges that do that too. But I mean, they put on a show, and it was and it was awesome. And they play great basketball team. And she's thinking about g you that's where she'd like to go the college fair to date or high school. And she went and talked to the rap, and yeah, just think of a place that you could go to college that you probably drink more in high school. I mean for most kids, not yours. Okay. Wait what four fifteen the time? Dave, Logan, Susie with you. We're going to step aside. Fast for me little traffic. That's the wine. John Morrison job. Logan. Nice.
"reemerge" Discussed on KTOK
"You say that we can't and using your fries bug out of Syria, and to do so would be very unwise policy. I can't tell you. How many times they came on shows like this after President Obama decided to bug out of Iraq precipitously? And so that ISIS was able to rise from the thoroughly defeated ashes of al-qaeda and Iraq, and I don't want to be making the same statements six months from now that we bugged out a Syria on wisely and Eissa reemerged from defeated ISIS ashes of ISIS in Syria. We met a bipartisan group of senators met with the co chair of the Syrian democratic coalition miss Ahmed. And she had a very compelling case to make got about sixty thousand fighters they represent about four million Syrians about two and a half million Kurds and about a million a half Christians, and they want democracy. They want peace, and she made it very strong case with just having American military, people present not even involved in the fighting, but advisors does what he goes a great deal toward providing this piece of. Instability for that part of Syria. And I think it'd just be tragic if we bugged out left the Kurds who by larger done, the fighting a defeated the ISIS caliphate the territory caliphate nicest, if we just abandon them to to the mercies unless I use that term loosely of Russia in Iran and possibly Turkey. It would just be unconscionable. So so again, I Republican Sanders was saying very strong signal to the president. We don't want to see that happen. I hope he is listening. So he he should be listening were forty three of the fifty three Republicans senators voted against his policy, which raises the question how serious split is there between the Senate Republicans and the president on the Trump foreign policy. Well is relates to pulling out of Syria. There's there's pretty serious split, hopefully, the president because when he came to send she was talking about we're still going to defeat ISIS and their airbases from Iraq that we can still continue these missions. So I'm not on the ground there. I don't know all military assets. But it's a very bad sign secretary Mattis resigns Brett mcgurk are on voi- their food feed vices also resigned because they simply can't carry out policy. These people that are intimately knowledgeable of the conditions on the ground of our allies there, and they simply couldn't in good conscience. Staying in office. That's pretty bad side. I hope the president is listening to those people's well, well, talking about people who are knowledgeable on the ground. We saw a remarkable split this week between the president and his own Intel chase on a number of world hotspots while the president sentence the summit with Kim Jong has said that North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat..
"reemerge" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Allegations reemerged. Kelly who celebrated his fifty second birthday at a club. In Chicago seemed unconcerned about the docu series surviving R Kelly in which multiple women accused the three time Grammy winner of sexual and domestic abuse. Very he will talk about it again. It's a bunch of disgruntled people who are looking for their fifteen minutes of TMZ fame. I spoke to Kelley's attorney Steve Greenberg. Do you believe all of these women are lying? I mean in this era of of metoo, we now know that a lot of people have not come forward about sexual assault or sexual misconduct allegations for years. I believe that all of these women did exactly what they wanted to do. And because there's now some hashtag that's not gonna change right now. Prosecutors from at least two counties one in Illinois where Kelly is from and one in Georgia say they are asking alleged victims to come forward and Cook County, Illinois, the state's attorney's office, tell CBS news they have received calls related to this matter. Have you had any contact with the district attorney's offices that are looking into alleged victims? I haven't heard from a prosecutor's office. I have never heard from an attorney for a victim or an alleged victim. I haven't heard from anyone because there's no fact. To back up these claims Greenberg. Also says R Kelly is disappointed other musicians are now distancing themselves from him. Lady. Gaga announced she's removing the song. She collaborated with our Kellyanne from streaming music platforms everywhere. Girija Duncan reporting this morning KCBS news time three thirty seven Bs. News time three thirty eight. With a look at traffic and weather together. Here's AJ.
"reemerge" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Year super-popular place for sure some places that are call them reemerging destinations like Nepal and Egypt that were once actually quite popular. And then had an event either a political turmoil in the case of Egypt or natural disaster in the case of Nepal, and they're sort of poised to start to return to maybe the tourists numbers that they saw before. So those are a handful of places that I think are on there. Then you have other places that are within countries that we already think to travel to our maybe towns or areas that people haven't thought about like Manitoba in Canada, which is has absolutely gorgeous lakes, and and beautiful nature. And a lot of people would never think to take a vacation to Manitoba or the town of vi- delete in Mexico, which is just thirty minutes away from one of the most tourist sites in the world and Cheech in eastern yet. Hardly anybody stops there. Those are a handful of the places, but that you can find them on just about everywhere. So that's why we've gone through. This whole process, and we're I'm enlisting some of the top travel bloggers to sort of help me sort through and picked him. And we've got a good crew of crew judges for this year's this year's picks. So hopefully by the time this airs, we'll have at least the first of those are calls up on site. Nice. Where is the line? We started to touch on this. But where's the line between emerging and maybe stupid to travel to or be wary of traveling to or or is there no line like to me, the only thing I could tell someone's like, it's a gut feeling again. But maybe there's something that to you. You're like all right. I've I've looked at this more in depth. Like, here's kind of what I would urge someone to do if they were looking to try to travel one of these places before they go to make sure that they're going to feel safe or at least feel comfortable because maybe they'll be saved. But if you feel uncomfortable, and you don't feel safe. That's still, you know, you're still not going to enjoy your time. That's right. Yeah. I think it's hard. Actually, I think it's very hard. To get any outside barometer of that. Because you'll hear if you asked this question to a lot of people is what you look at the US and the UK travel warnings. But the problem is is that when you look at those travel warnings. They're totally ridiculous way more broad than they need to be. I mean, they have travel warnings up for Mexico, and for just all sorts of all sorts of places that are perfectly fine to travel to I usually tend to sort of ignore them because I think that their way overly cautious. And I think that they do people a disservice because one it scares people from going to places they could go to into it leaves us without much in the way of actual like information about actual like a specific very clearly delineated sort of authoritative source of what isn't it isn't safe? So you kind of have to do a little bit of research on the place, the vast majority of places in the world are safe to travel to the vast majority like unless you're talking about going to. A lot of destinations and a lot of destinations in the Middle East are safe. But if unless you're talking about going to Somalia or Afghanistan. Most places you're actually probably going to be fine..
"reemerge" Discussed on KGO 810
"Zero the midterms are over well almost I mean Florida's still counting. And what is with that state? Get your act together when it comes to elections. I mean it. Anyway, we're told that the mid terms though, it's time to start talking about twenty twenty. Yeah. Yeah. On my apple news feed last night from CNN. There was a piece called please. Hillary don't do it. It is written by Bradley Honan, and Eric we're sin. You know, Eric he's been on this show before. So we reached out to Eric and grabbed him Eric. We're saying thanks for coming on the show today. Hey, how you doing? Good. I mean, I saw that by the way. Congratulations. It seriously was on the apple newsfeed last night. So we got a lot of a lot of coverage and. You wouldn't you wouldn't believe the people that reach out to me on Twitter either. They think I'm speaking the gospel or I'm I'm I'm the anti Christ. I don't know it seems like this is a really polarizing issue. I it is polarizing because I mean, look. Where do we even begin? So Hillary Clinton we've she's been in the in the in the public eye for so long now right going all the way back to Arkansas and first lady and Senator and secretary of state and candidate for president twice before being secretary of state twenty sixteen almost winning in twenty one winning the popular vote in two thousand sixteen and people are either still super excited about or feeling a little bit burned out. Maybe why they're reacting strongly as they are in. Of course, Republicans love to hate on her. Well, we re really, you know, we were rappers. You would call this a beef because we were taking on a an op-ed that came out over the weekend in in the Wall Street Journal written by Mark Penn who was a former pollster for for Hillary Clinton for many years along with Doug Schoen. And and Andrew Stein is a former president of the New York City council. But anyway, they wrote a piece basically saying Hillary is definitely running or I might be paraphrasing. And they said this is, you know, get ready for Hillary four point. Oh, she's coming guns ablaze and get ready because she's gonna be you know, she's going to be in the mix and twenty twenty and we sort of took them on and said, I don't think so I don't think that serious. But if it is it's a terrible idea. Okay. So what makes it it's it's a terrible idea. Eric. I we argue with a piece that, you know, the the sort of the more progressive, you might want to call it the Bernie Sanders wing if that's the right way to call it wing of the party, and the centrist factions that you might wanna leave him more the Clinton wing they pretty much buried their differences in two thousand sixteen to for a greater good. They realized they really needed to get control. At least one branch not to government back to put a check on Donald Trump. But if Hillary were to reemerge, they would pick up that ugly scab, and you'd see you see the the schism in the Democratic Party bean, much greater and deeper than the one that actually exist in the Republican party. I actually was saying on another radio show earlier this morning that said, you know, the the difference between the distance between the sort of the free trade traditional wing of the Republican party in Trump's base that this is they've make them seem like next door. Neighbors compared to the distance that you'd be created between the Bernie Sanders. And the Hillary Clinton weighing if she were to get back in the mix. You know, it's interesting though, what about and by the way, joining me on the phone right now, Eric EMMY award winning television, producer former senior media advisor to mayor. Bloomberg is a political adviser and writes all over the place, but his peace and CNN CNN dot com is please Hillary don't do it. But what what about just the kind of the fatigue? We hit points. I I even admit this with like, Joe, Biden and others. It's like, okay you've been around for twenty thirty years. Maybe we're ready for some new candidates. Maybe we're ready for Senator Harris or mayor Garcetti or even for that matter really mayor Bloomberg had his time in New York, but we haven't been dealing with him in the public sphere for decades. Now, which is what we're talking about. With some of these elder statesman of the Democratic Party. I think that the the way you need to look at twenty twenty is through the prism of two thousand eighteen and what did we learned? We learned that the buying for Democrats were electing women. They were intellectually people of color and overwhelmingly younger candidates. And I think that, you know, someone to take someone who's, you know, from like, you know, back in the nineties. I mean, we kind of would be tantamount to putting MC hammer back on the radio. I mean, it's really, hey, hey. Hey, Eric, Eric. That's the bay area. We're talking about MC hammer is right here in Oakland. So I think that, you know, really the candidate in my view. I mean, I don't know who is going to be anyone who tells you, otherwise, it's probably syllable ony. But I think that you know, the candidates that's gonna come out on top of the democratic primary this year. It's either going to be one of two things in my view, either to be someone that in one way or another maybe multiple ways represents that trend that I just outlined, you know, younger more ethically or culturally diverse potentially woman, or it's gonna be someone who can bring overwhelming firepower to the to the mix, and that would be someone like as you mentioned a Mike Bloomberg who can just basically cut a check for a billion or even two billion dollars to himself and his campaign and say all right, let's rumble. It's going to be one of the two. It's going to be it's going to be someone with overwhelming firepower or someone who represents the new diversity of the democrat party. And I'm really curious because you are a particularly politically astute individual, Eric. Pherson joining me on the phone right now, we're talking about the his piece in on CNN dot com. Please Hillary don't do it. If it's not Mike, Bloomberg mayor, Bloomberg is I would call him you might call him, Mike. If it's not mayor Bloomberg who get like, you point out two billion dollar check just done and he buys all the ad time. He needs and has the the grassroots the other who do you see from the the younger crowd? I mean, so I've talked to Julia Castro. Now, I've talked to mayor Garcetti. I haven't had Senator Harris yet on the on the show, but those are the kinds of names, and I'm hearing a lot of people talking about Beto still for twenty twenty. What what do you think of that that crowd? Oh, it's it's hard to save. You know? I mean, I think that that's why you have primary so that someone can rise to the top. I think we we all know who's gonna be the Republican opponents. So it's gotta be someone that can stand on that same stage and not feel overwhelmed. I think just kind of visualizing one of the useful tactics. I think visualizing some of these people on the same stages, Donald Trump, and you can pretty much eliminate some of them. I think that bateau certainly showed showed that he can play in Texas. And I think he became a national figure. I don't know if you know being house Representative for a number of terms and then losing a close close race in Texas is enough to sort of bona fides to get you on the national stage or not. But I think Kamala Harris is obviously interesting she brings obviously she's young ish fifty four. I think obviously, she's she's she has a multicultural background and the person of color, and she's obviously a woman. You know, again, I'm not someone that particularly thinks that. Someone from California really adds to the democratic base because California's sort of lock I I think that, you know, one of the things that if you really wanna be Trump, and you start looking at the electoral map, and how do you get to two seventy you know, you need to pick up some of those states that went for Trump in the in the rust belt and in the midwest. And so I would be sort of the zeroing in on. Maybe maybe not the top of the ticket might be at the bottom of the ticket. But someone who's going to represent that's that's swath of America, the heart in the heartland. Yeah. I mean, it's so that we're having this conversation as Florida's not even done with their recount yet. But we're we're still working at great piece on CNN dot com from Eric. We're San and co written with Bradley hone in is called, please. Hillary don't do it. Eric. It's always great to catch up with you. Thanks so much for coming on the show today. Thanks for having me. And and this went that, you know, that everyone here in in Minnesota is thinking about everyone who is suffering from the the fire is out there in California. So best of luck to everyone. Thank you. Eric. Thanks for. That I we we do. Appreciate that. Terrible. Terrible. What is going on here? Eric, we're thank you so much and really do. Appreciate it, by the way, I want to hear from you who do you think now for twenty twenty Hillary Clinton is talking about possibly running. Again, does that get you excited or does that make you go, please? Hillary don't do it for one five eight.
"reemerge" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And all of New England WBZ news time five nineteen some sunshine. Eighty two degrees in the city come back to summer at least for today. Traffic and weather together coming up in just a few minutes. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff Brown. Thank you for driving home with us. Our top stories in the WBZ newsroom. More accusations of sexual misconduct against supreme court nominee breath. Cavanaugh Julie sweat Nick becomes the third woman to come forward in a news conference this afternoon. President Trump is critical of Democrats in their treatment of judge cavenaugh calling them con artists and locally the man accused of killing his estranged wife in Marshfield has been sent to Bridgewater state hospital for further evaluation. It ended up being a pretty rough day on Wall Street. Green numbers turned to read as the Dow NASDAQ and s&p five hundred all gave up the ghost in the final hour today. A compelling reason to get a flu shot health officials say the last flu. Season was the deadliest in decade, the CDC in Atlanta cygnus donated eighty thousand Americans die from flu last year. Usually it ranges from twelve thousand fifty six thousand last year's flu season began in late October peaked in February and didn't really fully cool off. Until may. We also broke a national record for the number of people who ended up in the hospital, the CDC encouraging everyone to be vaccinated, and it's best. If you can do it before Halloween CBS reporter Sabrina cupid last season was the deadliest in forty years. A river in Conway, South Carolina is cresting just under predictions as the effects of hurricane. Florence are still being felt in the southeast. And if that river does not rise much more that could avert potential environmental and transportation problems the river water just inches below a coal ash pond at a closed power plant in town. South Carolina's emergency management director, Kim Stinson says thousands of people have had to move as their communities are flooded or isolated were estimating that about. Eleven thousand people have relocated statewide. I don't have good. Well, actually, probably maybe as many as three thousand from the George down area have already relocated. And they expect to be flooded out. Meantime, a sheriff in North Carolina county hit hard by Florence says four hundred animals were rescued from a flooded property and the eastern Caribbean. All eyes are on Kirk as it reforms as a tropical storm, and it's gaining strength system was downgraded earlier this week, but it has reorganized and at last check the center of the storm about three hundred sixty miles east of Barbados top winds of fifty miles an hour. Tropical storm warnings have been posted for several islands with the threat of delivering ten inches of rain. A student in Texas is suing for the right to remain seated during the pledge of allegiance student was expelled for refusing to stand during the pledge of violation of state law. According to Texas attorney general Ken Paxton in a statement, he says school children cannot unilat-. Early refuse to participate in the daily pledge of allegiance the parent. And now former student have filed suit claiming first amendment rights are being violated, South Texas, College of law, professor Gerald trees believes the law is an example, of course, political speech state law does at least allow a opt out or saying anything, but sometimes speeches conduct expressionist found up. And that's why I was think the student has a valid argument. Chris FOX four CBS news Austin prosecutors in the Florida panhandle are dropping charges in roughly one hundred twenty cases. This comes after reviewing arrests made by deputy who was under investigation for planting drugs on people during traffic stops the deputy fired earlier this month, so far, no chore. No charges in his case have been filed.
"reemerge" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Forum and ruth marcus we might discover how much power if any that the first lady hasn't a situation like this it's hard to imagine she wants to hear any more from rudy giuliani publicly about anything since obviously in her private life her she her spokesperson said she has never shared her opinion with rudy giuliani about anything i wouldn't you want to be the fly on the wall when malania trump learns that rudy giuliani is her mind reader and has discovered that she believes her husband that he didn't have an affair with stormy daniels and that was from courtesy of maggie haberman thank you maggie just the greatest put down of all time and you know we've we've just been at the end of this mystery of whereas milania milania trump and her disappearance and she reemerged in public yesterday today she reemerged with a vengeance on twitter and you could imagine that her views have a little more sway with the president perhaps than rudy giuliani's do and her displeasure that she made clear on twitter through her spokeswoman very possibly she made clear in other ways inside the white house jim back to people who were watching the giuliani merrill on nine ten and years before that none of us are surprised that anything that's happened in his political career since flaming out as a presidential candidate we all predicted an expected that and now this flame out that we're watching daily as the president's tv lawyer this is the kind of incoherence you were getting from rudy giuliani publicly his children were disowning him publicly back in in that period of conflict in his marital life personal life and.
"reemerge" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Even as a reason to freak out a meltdown right maybe i mean people just walking around doing their business right so people perceive things whether it's real or not objective reality wise outside the confines of their skull the truth is when a person perceives something it is real to that person and what i perceive is that the republican party i agree with john boehner snow long longer the republican party is party of trump but it's not it's not the party of policy positions anymore the republican party is not the party that do really think the trump voters care about tax cuts for the rich and big business you really think they care what when we covered the story yesterday the federal reserve loosening the regulations on the big banks about using insured government fdic insured money to make risky bets like they did back in the george w bush days that brought down to banks in the economy right the federal reserve is we've covered this yesterday and deserve another mentioned today it's a disgrace all the conditions that gave us the george w bush depression are being recreated now it's a step by step donald trump and his corporate buddies are just putting in all of those different things to to to bring us back and i believe we're going to have another crash and we're gonna have to rail out the banks again and if you think people were mad the first time wait till you see happen but the donald trump supporters they don't care about that they didn't they didn't run to the polls to vote for donald trump is at all look he's going to relax the volcker rule isn't that wonderful come on that's not what motivated these people the republican party has been rebranded reemerged and re as the party of donald trump and i'm not the only one seeing it there is a republican party narrow it is john boehner there's trump party.
"reemerge" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Stink group could not reemerge he also made it pretty clear though that there were other objectives he said if the us completely withdrew than that would allow president of a shower alaska to consolidate his control over the country and also weight would allow the iranians to strengthen their positions in the country which is something the us does it what happens so those were the goals of maintaining some sort of military presence indefinitely it seems at this point in syria he talked about needing vigorous diplomatic action what's thought scourge retell that was less clear i know there has been criticism from some us allies that it hasn't really been out front trying to push forward that geneva a un the geneva peace process out for a political solution but mr tillerson seemed to indicate that that was going to change now they would start pushing forward on it the most he said about that was that was up to the russians to bring bishara last said in the syrians to the table and to make them credibly participate in the process mr tillerson did say that the us and its allies would block reconstruction aid to those parts of the country controlled by president i said at least until there is a political process under way of that supposed to be one of the bridges and the other thing he outlined what he called an incremental process he counselled patience with regards to the departure of bishara last said that it would happen he said but it wouldn't happen through a process of elections in changing the constitution in there again i've heard other us officials say these elections are supposed to include the spirit that is all the people who fled the fighting and if there are allowed to vote than they'll vote against president asset but having said that it's mr acid who has the military advantage so it's an attorney clear how we get to these free elections which the us strategic interests suitable is how could mr tillerson for example convince ordinary americans but it matters of the us be involved militarily and otherwise in syria he said some americans might be skeptical about whether we should stay longer in syria but for a number of reasons he said it was a national security interests the main one again being islamic state group but he also said that stability in the country was in poor.
"reemerge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All on we don't know where the republicans are i think you know it's interesting george romero the director of the living dead recently passed away and it's sort of parallel because these bills are like zombies they keep coming back every time you think they're dead they reemerge and so i don't know that the republican effort to caused millions of people is health insurance and raise premiums is dead less presume it is there is a bipartisan path and that bipartisan path includes a couple of elements one is strengthening vigil mandate the second is honoring the obligations the government's nato insurance companies to reduce the uncertainty those companies face and the third is to set up a stabilisation fund to help for the next few years at least stabilizes really still nascent end growing insurance exchange market civil pillar is all sound like they would require money jonathan wherever that come from well basically look i in the republican bills they had a number of these elements are they at on the costsharing obligations they were going to have a stabilization fund they're going to pay for those by massively slashing medicaid so yes these issues would involve nedney spending i think that a party that's about to post trillions of dollars in deficit increasing tax cuts shouldn't really baulk at tens of billions of dollars the money that's required to stabilise insurance markets thought i thank them one by one how would you strengthen the individual atlanta's larger five well the the individual mandate i think the main thing is just to make it clear that it's the law of the land that people will be subject to penalty if they don't pay it and the finds audited the growing faster are basically the finds i'd be growing with medical inflation not really with regular inflation as as they are now to find out of growing this all sounds great but we know from sergeant republicans that what we know there very divided party won one spla what the one way the other the other way and neither of what both pillar one.