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Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the RNC Autopsy Report
"Are reminiscing on a previous program. About the RNC's autopsy report. Do you remember that back in 2012? Yes. Yes. The whole thing? Yeah, and so we were reminiscing about reince priebus and all of that. And I've always gotten along with Ryan. It's not, it's not a slight it hits. I would have done things differently than him, but that's okay. And they said, we are going to lose Florida. We're going to lose all these states. Remember, Florida had senator Nelson, Democrat? Yes. Bill Nelson? That's right. Obama won it in 12, right? This was a blue state. And so over ten years, what is it from a policy perspective though, Richard that has now turned this into incredibly more Republican than Georgia? Yeah. Yeah, I'll tell you. That's a really good question. The answer is really interesting. And the autopsy was like a $1 million piece of it. It was total nonsense. You know, the bottom line is when you're going to increase your appeal to working voters, family voters. It's not going to be isolated within one race, right? And that's something they missed in that autopsy, but honestly, in Florida, the interesting thing Bill Nelson, he used to be thought of as a moderate. So he could do well. He was an astronaut, right? He was a national hero. Astronauts can be beaten, just ask Mark Kelly. That's right. Just don't tell Mark Kelly, but yes. And by the way, Mark Kelly's leading by roughly the same margins that Bill Nelson was leading Rick Scott by until we called Rick Scott, the giant killer. Back then, because that's he would always come in with these 40% favorability rating and yet topple these people that are supposedly unbeatable.
An Autopsy Report of the Old Republican Party
"Remember being, I think it was the union league club in downtown Chicago. It might have been a Chicago club. I'll find, I'll look it up in a second. It was right after the 2012 election. Then chairman of the Republican National Committee reince priebus who I always got along with, was doing a series of meetings with donors and investors for the Republican Party, explaining and going through in great detail what was then called the RNC autopsy report. Now you can find the RNC autopsy report. It got tons of media coverage and basically was renamed and rebranded the growth and opportunity project. Essentially, the Republican Party on the Republican National Committee in 2013, early 2013 in February and March of 2013. They realized that they were not going to get support or investment from their donor base if they did not properly diagnose why they lost a Barack Obama in 2012. So I remember being in this massive room, Bigtable in Chicago. It's where there used to be a lot of Republican donors in Chicago before they all fled to Florida. And all around the room, reince priebus would go through this. Presentation. And he went through piece by piece and point by point of all the different things that Republicans needed to do to win in the future. Now mind you. He was just parroting what the establishment consultants thought was necessary to win voters. So that's ten years ago. We are ten years from this autopsy report, just about ten years, about 9 and a half years. From this autopsy report being published of why a Republicans losing so terribly, why did Barack Obama win The White House in 2012? Now, reading this autopsy report issued by the Republican National Committee. Back in 2012, pairing it up with recent news is we're seeing today, it's extraordinary how wrong the Republican establishment was when it came to what we needed to do to try to win the voters that they thought necessary for victory.
"reince" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Here we go again. Another horrific score shooting in America. There are families who are in mourning right now. And instead of Texas, is in mourning with them. This is a special edition of the Mike Gallagher show horror Texas. As a nation, we have to ask, when in God's name, are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? We can't eradicate evil through legislation. And in addition to the mess shooting and you've all the primary results are in from key states, breaking news, and what to make of it. From the Salem media group studios in Camarillo, California. Here's Mike Gallagher. Are we able to eradicate evil? Through legislation, welcome in to once again a heartbreaking episode of our show where too many times, we have struggled with trying to make sense out of the senseless. The stories are so heartbreaking. I talked to my dear friend Mark Davis this morning in Dallas, of course the entire lone star state is reeling from this catastrophe. Mark got emotional when we think about the faces of these beautiful little children, who will not grow old, who will not grow up. The families who have to crawl crawl out of bed this morning and figure out how to live life without their precious child. The teacher who bravely used her body to shield her precious charges from such evil. And was slaughtered. By this monster. Can we legislate away evil? It's a philosophical philosophical question to be sure, but it's also a pragmatic one. It's a question that needs to be asked. How do we do that? Reince priebus of all people floated that question on TV, we had all the Talking Heads that you can shake a stick at. Bless my team, they are like, who do we? Let's get a psychologist on. Let's get, yeah, you know what a psychology is going to say? Well, we ought to know the warning signs. What are the warning signs? Well, the 18 year old was troubled. Oh, that's good. Good luck. With turning in all the troubled 18 year olds, how the hell is that going to work? They don't say anything. Nobody ever says anything and nobody ever does anything. Because words are hollow, words are empty, words are meaningless. And yet sometimes words are precise and I appreciate the former White House chief of staff and the former chair of the RNC reince priebus with the precision with which he delivered this message to Sean Hannity last night on Fox News channel. We can't eradicate evil through legislation. And the answer to our problems can't be as Joe Biden said tonight to just take on the gun lobby. At some point, we as a country need to understand that we can only overcome evil with good and that God's power is more important and more powerful than any sort of power that a bunch of people in Washington D.C. think that their brains can get together and fix evil in this world. Their answers are not in government, our answers are with God and with him, evil can be overcome with good. Now, the Bible also says that there's going to be no peace for the wicked. And so I wouldn't want to be where this shooter is tonight because it's not a great place. And yet, to reince priebus, his message, a prominent Democrat like Arizona congressman Ruben gallego said F your prayers. That's what he said on social media. FU Ted Cruz, he said, if you you effing baby killer, that's the United States congressman. Is there any discipline for a congressman? Who would say something like that? I would love to hear from somebody in Ruben gallegos district. Can you imagine a grieving nation and you're elected to Congress? To serve your constituents? And your public statement includes telling a U.S. senator, you're an effing baby killer, go F yourself. That would be the words of representative Ruben gallego. Democrat Arizona. Hey, arizonans. What do you think of your congressman? And what do you think of the question that reince priebus asked about legislating away evil? Because ultimately, in a perfect world, if we could fix things, that's what we do. We pass a law and make evil go away. How do we do that? How do we do that? We have a lot of questions. Maybe.
"reince" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I try to understand the mindset of the thinking process that says some monster slaughters 19 children in an elementary school in Texas and it's the gun lobbies fault. I can not get there. I'm going to try. Let's listen to the president of the United States. As a nation, we have to ask, when in God's name, are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? When in God's name, we do we all know in our gut needs to be done is through 340 3448 days. Ten years since I stood up at a high school in Connecticut, a great school in Connecticut. Or another government massacred 26 people, including 21st graders at sandy hook elementary school. Since then, there have been over 900 incidents of gunfires reported on school grounds. Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida. Santa Fe high school in Texas. Oxford high school in Michigan. The list goes on and on and on this grows. When it includes mass shootings at places like movie theaters, houses of worship, as we saw just ten days ago to grocery store in Buffalo, New York. I am sick and tired of it. We have to act.
"reince" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Doesn't you know what I'm saying? About default? Become the champion? No, but you took that banner down, So we put the band back. So that's not to say. Give me give me the ceremonial things. Michigan get their manner back. Uh, don't mention that was another issue with other schools. And I'm thinking of, um, but yeah, let let these teams Have their acknowledgements back at least team programs and players in the what's it going? What was that hurt? Say, what's it gonna hurt? Who's gonna hurt? Well, it doesn't hurt anybody. It just is a big change because there's been coaches well. There are coaches that have had winds vacated that affected the all time win loss record, for example, which I don't care about. But historians do like that impacts the Basketball Hall of Fame, right. So like how where do we draw the line on? What we're going to get back mean? We give Reggie back his Heisman. The case by case basis, and what were the acts at the time? That's the way I would look at it. I mean, I just feel like we could spend 10 years trying to took. Those are weird like I want to do it. But I miss this crazy. Reggie Reggie is like the banner for this so again case by case this one in particular, there's two that kind of stand out to me. They're like, all right, let's let's make a statement. Let's do something. Let's ceremonially ceremonially ceremoniously there it is addressing I think good faith. It's the easy one. The problem is everything is done. Not everything much in the world is done with what President of my setting. And what's it mean for future litigation? Like I just believe the cynic in me believes that and so what? You're opening your getting by doing the easy one. You're going to get asked what to do about the hard ones and the needs to be really careful about Rio being that, just like they had a rule that applied at the time and just like we're moving forward. They need to come up with whatever If it meets this criteria, we will. Allow it to be reinstated by our record books. It's Keyshawn J. Willens who have been coming to you live from the seaport district appear 17 brought to you by Chase Keyshawn still shaking his head. Once give that We'll get some thoughts on this from our next guest. Chop it up and put it in the box and send it back. Mike Tannenbaum joins us ESPN NFL Front office Insider, Mike, We're having a raging debate in your mind. Should Reggie Bush get that Heisman back? Absolutely. And I think he was validated along with countless others, like the University of Michigan basketball team I think with the CIA said yesterday was something that we all knew for a long time. So absolutely. I think it's well deserved and He should be Reince saved. There's no question my mind. Mike, You're an agent. Once upon a time, obviously, before you got back into the front office International Football League while you were agent with this NHL thing going on, what would you and how would you advise some of these young players in college to handle the situation? You know the racist, long key and that you want to associate yourself with brands that hopefully we'll put some money in your pocket. But as importantly, amplify the messages that you stand for and are proud of And that you shouldn't take an extra dollar or two key from some, You know company. You don't know a lot about or what they stand for. So hopefully these athletes are getting good advice, and they're getting opportunities that they deserved, obviously for years and years and years. They're going about it smartly and not just taking. You know the first dollar they see in front of them. Uh, okay. Interesting. All right, so Are we going to football Now? We're going. We're going to NFL now. Yeah, NFL. Now, let's talk a little bit of Baker too high or too low yesterday on the show, Mikey had Baker ranked eighth among a F C quarterbacks. I think that's about right. There's a whole bunch of you know. From Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Justin Herbert. Ryan Tannehill. Absolutely. I think seven or eight is about where he belongs. And I think fundamentally, what's important is that Cleveland doesn't pay him as a great quarterback because he's not. He's a good quarterback. Kevin Stefanski, the head coach of the Cleveland Browns, while he was in Minnesota on their offensive staff. They want case Keenum they want with her cousins. And Cleveland has a lot of really good players like Denzel Ward, Nick Chubb, Make sure you take care of those guys and something else that we forget is Baker. Mayfield has two more years on his contract. Talking to Mike Tannenbaum, ESPN NFL front office. Insider, Mike, I want to ask you about something with the OTAs that came out. I see the fines for the Jags 200,000 bucks for the For the team. 100,000 bucks for Urban Meyer. If you're talking to a new coach is coming into the NFL, what organizational responsibility is there to make sure that they understand the rules. You know, Jason, These are hard rules. Teams get fined every year because you're trying to tell players who are competitive that they can't be. You're trying to untrained them. I think the problem for urban its timing and credibility from this standpoint. He's coming in trying to establish himself. Try and say, Hey, I'm gonna be different than Nick Saban, Steve Spurrier. All these other college guys that transition. I believe in player, health and safety. So the optics aren't good, And the timing isn't good. But I think he'll learn from it. But this is where you would need people around him. There's a lot of experience. Joe Cullen Bryant Schottenheimer, Darrell Bevell, their GM trump all key where they should have said, Hey, urban. Here's the line and let's be careful because in the year one you just don't need this urban just continuing. Have. Let's talk about him for stepping unhealed toes seemed like almost every single month, The Philadelphia Eagles made a decision Mike to go away from Carson Wentz, and looks like it's Jalen hurts his team as of right now. Entering training camp who have the better year in 2021. Will it be Carson Wentz, So Jalen hurts. I think Carson once will, um He's in the ideal situation. He has the best offensive line. He has a really good group of young receivers. So when you factor in the supporting cast I would take once over hurts. Which former Alabama quarterback yesterday I was asked this question on first take, which former quarterback from Alabama is currently in the National Football League. We got two in Miami. We have Mac Jones in New England, and we got Jalen hurts in Philadelphia of the three who will have the better NFL career. I wouldn't throw 1/4 in there. I would not take Greg McElroy, somebody that I drafted. No, She was a better broadcaster their player, So just chalk that up as a mistake, you know key. I've had a couple of the stakes in the front office as you may recall, so we'll throw McIlroy into that as well. Yeah. I would take Mac Jones. I liked him a lot. He reminds me of a young little bit more athletic Matt Ryan. I think his arm strength is a little bit underrated, and I think he has a chance. This physical characteristics to have a really good NFL career. I think those other two just because of their physical limitations have a chance to be good. But I think Matt Jones has a chance to be very good, and I think he will be at some point in time. A very solid Quarterback in the National Football League. The reason I take Jalen hurts, as you know, Mike. When you look around the landscape of the NFL, it's about athletic ability at these quarterbacks spots. It's not about athletic ability in the pocket. I have no idea what that even means. When people refer to Mac Jones, with Jalen Hurts, could pull the ball down when you need to do to get out of trouble. Allah Aaron Rodgers like Cam Newton trade lands and some of the other quarterbacks that have the ability To escape the pocket. When everything breaks down. I don't know that Mac Jones the way the NFL is right now at the quarterback spot has that ability to do that people are trying to tell me he's more athletic. Then what we've seen now I don't know, because them dudes chasing is mighty damn athletic. Easy, Mac. Your key. It's really key. I'll tell you what. It's funny. You say that because I keep talking about that With Baker Mayfield Baker Mayfield came out ran 485 and in college, you could outrun most defensive lineman. You can't do that anymore in the NFL, and that's where I think Baker Mayfield has a fatal flight. He can't outrun. Defensive lineman. It's just math and physics as he relates to Mac Jones. I was at the Senior Bowl last year, I was pleasantly surprised, and his movement. I don't think he's a great athlete at all. But again when you look at the success and someone like Matt Ryan, who has a good arm, not a great athlete, I thought Max shows had a chance to be similar in style to Matt Ryan. As it relates to hurts. I like janitor hurts. He is Has great intangibles. He's a really good athlete..
"reince" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
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"reince" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And there are many, many, many great Americans who voted for Donald Trump. Because they didn't like the alternatives. Then, like Hillary Clinton in 2016, they didn't like the failure of so many. Not all. But so many in the Democratic Party to push back against a O. C s agenda to drive the Democratic Party party further the left so I understand and vote for Donald Trump. But I understand why lots of people did in my state and across the country and what I want us to be doing. Is moving forward with 85, 90 and 95% of the people wanting to Reince reaffirm US constitutional system of checks and balances where you don't have the article to leader trying to incite action against the article one branch and the people sounds and so I'm with you that the prudential questions about what's good for the American people in 2023 2033. Those should be the most important questions right now. Do you want members of the Cabinet to resign in protest? And if so, who? In general, I've urged people to stay on. Do try to do the best they can. You're not serving the man. You're serving the American people by serving that office. Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw is a rising star in the Republican Party, a calm voice in a time of consistent vitriol. Voted against the impeachment of President Trump. We discussed the effort prior to his vote. Will you be voting to impeach the president? Congressman? No, No, I don't. Okay, I think I think this raises the temperature is another escalatory fashion. And that's exactly the opposite of what we need to be doing. We should be taking that's a lower the temperature, and once I'd have to start that process. I've never seen the Democrats start that process. But this this would be a good time to do so. It feels vindictive. It feels rushed. There's no hearings, there's no evidence being presented. It's tough. It doesn't appear to be that they really take it seriously. It appears to be a political Vindictive move doctor says the president has deserve. Being rebuked. It doesn't doesn't bear so much sponsor ability for what happens, but there's a difference between moral responsibility and legal responsibility. And it How to put this into context. He's going to leave office in approximately 10 days. Well, I sort of you know, Congressman as performance art politics, which is allowing justified anger on the part of members who were threatened, I mean, really threaten to disfigure a constitutional process that in the house are always to require the collection of and debate over evidence. And in the Senate, a trial that becomes unconstitutional the moment after President Trump leaves office in the eyes of some scholars that's disputed. But in the eyes of some scholars, does anyone in the caucus not understand This is a precedent it could be. It'll be a sword in the future for people. Yeah, I do it to save the president. Argument. Um No, it Peach mint. I mean, just five by the letter of the law can be as frivolous as he wanted to be. And it is indeed a political box up. Um A sympathetic presses a big bird out the window right these days, But again, I just think that the There's two. There's two reasons here. One is simply lower the temperature. The second is, if you're gonna accuse somebody of incitement of violence, that's a very hard legal standard to prove There's no way it could be proven in the court of law in this particular case. And Barring that, and then again, the thing that the priority that we need to be engaging in its unifying the country not Not escalating things further. Um, these are all pretty good reasons. I think to not vote for impeachment again. I don't want to. I don't want to say that he's blameless for that said. I think there's a there's a few members as well. That Leading up to January. Sex just hyped up the rhetoric, so it's such a heated way called for fighting at the Capitol, called for fighting against those traitors and cowards that wanted to protect constitution. Um That their day after there's some responsibility, But I also don't think that anybody in their mind in the movie that they were playing in their minds had had a siege on the capital. Being imagined. I've been a lot of people who were marching to the capital. I've no intention of C. C. C C capital until they did until they did it because of some of Sort of typical of the frenzy of mob mentality. Yet you've been quoted saying. It's all fun and games to some members. They never knew what a real fight Woz real fights or scary bullets flying that scary glass breaking. That's really scary. They've been talking about the courage to stand up to this. When it came down to it. There was no courage now Todd Young prepared to defend Senators Makowski and Colin. So there were some incidents of real courage on the capital among the members on both sides. I just wonder Have you talked to any of your colleagues on the Republican side who have been the most irresponsible in their rhetoric? Um, not directly. I tried to talk him out of it weeks ago. Um But I have not even looked at them not even confronted some of them because I want to say anything I'll regret They know they are, um And There. There has to be some kind of sense of responsibility for what's happened here. Do you think they ought to be primary? E. Don't wanna play the primary everybody game. Um, I'm not sure with these, So it's not clear to me what the consequences are coming up when you have the party or politicians, including with monopoly power entities to restrain speech or strict speech. That's you know, as dangerous as it gets. The town hall review returns in a moment. Covered 19 crisis is.
"reince" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Apply while supplies last. Good morning america. This is the cats roundtable trump cats. Tv's he has sunday morning. We're going around the state to find out the status. Well wisconsin who else to go to but reinsch previous. He's he is from wisconsin. He was republican national chairman. Chief of staff to the president. And i think these qualified customers wisconsin. Good morning. how are you morning. Good morning kelley. Marah john hope you're doing great gives us an update wisconsin where the heck almost most americans are saying the scratching ahead. Well wisconsin is a just a sure. You don't hear a lot about it because it's a pure legal argument and it's a pretty good legal argument in the sense that it's pretty solid base sons state law and some case law. That's been decided. It's basically about three things number one in wisconsin. Just gotta keep in mind. That gets a little deep on the law of. I'll keep it simple. Wisconsin is not a state that adopted early voting so a most states. Uc early voting everywhere. Wisconsin's not one of them. They decided specifically a long time ago that they would not become an early vote state. So what happened was clerks in wisconsin decided and the elections commission that they would allow what's called in person. Absentee ballot voting. Sounds kinda strange. But that's what they do. So people will show up in wisconsin. They apply for an absentee ballot. Then they get one and the cast so the first issue that trump campaign is arguing is that that is improper that you need to file for an application first and then you get an absentee ballot. And the trump campaign is technically. They are correct about that. And there's actual case law with the same fact where the judge in that case agreed with the person that was complaining in fact that case resulted in an overturned election. So that's what the trump campaign's argument that's like. There's hundreds of thousands of ballots like that number one number two. The trump campaign is arguing that clerks illegally filled in Ballots not ballots envelopes for absentee ballots. That were missing information. So that's the second part. The third one is a strange one. It's about this issue indefinitely can find people and that's generally if you think about that. Those are people who are we. We know certain is elderly people who are in nursing homes and can't get out that's indefinitely confined well a clerk in dane county madison wisconsin probably the most liberal part of the state. Said that if you want to you can claim yourself indefinitely confined and you can vote without a voter. Id and i'll just give you the balance you have all these people who are not actually definitely confined claiming there indefinitely can find getting a ballot and then not having an id so those are the three things so now. I'll try to wrap it up real quick john. I'm going on too long. But this is the explanation. The what you're seeing in milwaukee and probably dane county soon as they're saying oh well biden picked up one hundred votes that has nothing to do with. What the trump campaign strategy is what the trump campaign wisconsin has to do. They have to go through the recount. I they have to object to all of the ballots that they're objecting to. They have to make the record and then they have to take that record to court to appeal the result and say that this result is improper because of the things that we just talked about. That will come on monday or tuesday probably by the trump campaign. And that's when this legal argument will be actually heard by the court and it will not be heard by the election commission other than them Hearing the objections as they count the ballots And that'll be coming in next few days so we have to wait and find out. Well frightening the trump campaign's position on the milwaukee saying hey picked up one hundred. It's irrelevant because what they're arguing about is over a hundred thousand ballots that will be decided by the court undestood and that's the amount that was involved in those clerks decisions. Well you're right so so the the trump campaign currently is behind by twenty thousand votes but the the lawyers in the trump campaign are making those arguments that we just talked about in an involves well over one hundred thousand dollars so it's a pure legal argument. The courts can hear it and they're either gonna say yes or no and they could say yes but we don't want to go forward with the remedy or could say yes. You're going to win the point. Is this in wisconsin. It's it's probably. I think one of the cleanest arguments and most simple arguments. But it's a cord argument That will be made next early. Next week ryan's pre-bus thank you very much and i didn't know there was. Some people are pretty honest people so let's hope look whatever whatever happens happens and will always salute next president of the united states. You have a great rest of your sunday. John always a pleasure talking to you..
"reince" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"With a mouthwatering array of 25 different organic super fruits and vegetables. But this 67% more fibre that must really help to keep things moving. Talked to me about it. I like the way you put that And most of my patients aren't getting nearly enough fiber. In fact, according to the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, only 5% of us are getting enough fiber. That's a disaster because fiber promotes healthy bowel movements. You know, you need to have a bowel movement. At least one today that's critical. You have to clean out that she our track, but on top of that fiber promotes healthy cholesterol levels. Trike Lyssarides blood sugar. Patty promotes a healthy body weight, many people in there Thought adding fiber to their diet actually drop a few pounds. That's pretty common. It promotes digestion. It promotes absorption of nutrients. It even reduces bad breath and body odor. So fiber is an all around great thing to have the USDA the American Heart Association, the National Cancer Institute, They all promote getting more fiber. And if you're not getting enough fiber O. J C has a full 5 G of both soluble and insoluble fiber. You eat the food extract the neutral Reince, and then you want to get the waste out of your system rapidly. That's what Farber does for us, Doc. I'm looking at the list of ingredients here and it sounds amazing. I mean, you've got the organic blueberries You've got the strawberries, the cranberries, the red raspberries you've added organic broccoli, spinach, kale, parsley, wheat, grass, grass, green tea, Aussie Berry apples beats. I mean, you even added a liver support plan plus a full 5 G of fiber..
"reince" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Do. When you have really, really close races. They go to canvas they recount And the process plays out. I mean, that's that's what campaigns do. That's Reince Priebus talking with Norah O'Donnell of CBS News, So yeah, there are lawyers out there and they're doing their jobs. But eventually you you know, Hillary Clinton conceded after what a date is it today? It didn't take multiple days were, you know, ending the week here soon. We still don't have a decision because we can't get an accurate This mail in situation has created this dilemma of the additional time needed to count. And verify. And so it's like this is just really odd that we have to go on one of my favorite names. They have Bill Murray from ground hog day. You know, like those that that movie Yeah. Yeah, I mean, just says Hello, everybody. It's election Day again. Ah, That's what that's what it feels like, feels like it. It's just horrible. I'm ready for unending just something. The part I don't understand is Some of these states. Nevada specifically seems to be moving at a snail's pace. It's like Are we counting? Is Grandma counting in between the You know the time that she spins pulling the one armed bandit. I mean, what is going on here? It seems like maybe the count from Sesame Street, the kids He's teaching are counting these. That's how slow it's going very like so long. Very strange. I'm gonna take you here. The last person to lose after one term is George H. W. Bush just passed away last year and He came out and gave a concession state speech that was just just so positive. And you know, he accepted the fact that Bill Clinton beat him and he walked into a ballroom in Houston that people started cheering. I want to bring up the idea of this. I got this from C span. He takes a drink of water.
"reince" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Mr Ian Ver trees, Mr. Hello To the both of you. Happy Friday. Knob number 20. It's a Friday. They're always happy. My goodness. That was a long week. You know, we're all still kind of perched on the edge of. Well, Well, well, well, This has to be bad for our blood pressure just is a collective country. Hey, You know what's coming, though, right? I mean, I saw a funny mean this morning that put it into you know, just a couple of sentences there. It's perfect. It's from the year that brought you six months of April. Here's Tuesday number three. Yeah, Yeah, That'll kind of live in right now. Oh, We're just in an interesting time that You know people, their emotions on their sleeves, and it's like, you know, I always tell people to relax. What What? What do you have control over? You have control over your emotions and your attitude. Just don't lose your man, as they say. Oof, while people are not following that lesson plan because they are in fact losing their minds. I thought it was pretty hilarious the thing or what? It was posting this week where they were talking about. You know you hated him. It was challenging for four years and this or that, and Bubba, I'm about to get to the end. And it's about Tom Brady. I just thought it was. He's in a new You hated him for years that I was in a new situation or whatever. And it was a lead up to that. Ah, there are a lot of funny names out there. The one of Donald Trump as Karen. I need to speak to your Oh, no, who didn't like that haircut in that when it's so good, I bet and then stop the count, Of course, with the picture of Donald Trump pointing like the blonde lady who's mad at the cat, or whatever That mean was it was And on the other side that was the count from Sesame Street. Those two have never gotten alone. No, it's been quite a week to say the least. And so here we are. We find ourselves on Friday night and just kind of trying to figure out what's going on. Joe Biden is supposed to speak. If Donald Trump speaks, obviously will carry that, like we did yesterday, Joe Biden was making a statement for a couple days in a row around four in the afternoon. But his people have been saying he was going to wait for primetime Tonight. That's to bring in the California audience. I'm sure West Coast audience. Here is Norah O'Donnell earlier today, speaking with Reince Priebus, who used to be Chairman of the Republicans. And the sea. Ask about What about what's the endgame here If President Trump does not win, the president said something really interesting on the day of the election when he addressed his campaign team, he said, Losing is hard for him. Do you think anyone has spoken with the president about or had a conversation with the president about what happens if he loses?.
"reince" Discussed on First Past The Post
"The identity of club. This is really important. We we are not a buying club. Where where club that's ended focusing on producing the young players. Youth is really the base of the club without it. You would be nothing to give a lot of opportunity for us. Plays and to come into the first team to get a chance to to develop to make mistakes to seattle now. We have a lot of young players of of the enemy. So it's going. Well are you forget and we all throughout the years produces the best players we ever had. We doubted we wouldn't be as successful as we are now. Another freight to to to give people opportunity to start playing. And then if you're good enough doesn't matter how old are you. Are you getting the team. From lost. twenty years the players it produced most important are glide for of course franken awful on the fire. Marc overmars at kadhafi's clarence seedorf or before frank reich. Got marco from boston or before that yo nathanson yong crappy like that players as long as possible and nowadays we lose players too early anything we our main focus is maintaining keep it at talent For longer period at the club tips is the program that i xe still works with in useless. Gotta me. it's four basic principles that the glop philosophy is based on is a technique inside personality and speed. and it's The the four things where you're a Rated on four key points You know in development of form players are now at the club and we f- edna forrest the legendary man united and we have marc overmars. The former winger of Arsenal this is something from the last five or six years more with john. Could i've getting more influence in the youth academy and now you see a lot of players. Dennis jopstone ronald the booher. Also strike is less known but still important. I actually history. They will win everywhere. That success in football at i xe in england and italy to also have some knowledge to come back to flow back to the to the klopp and give their now to To the young players who who've seen my career or friend divorce career mark marshalls are great examples for for our players. It's great for a young guy where you can work your defender and we'll tell you what to do what you shouldn't do as reading. I said there's Those legends as coaches that the first time since a little crazy but after a while. Yeah you're getting used to it. And it's kind of normal that dan's best i'll and we always try to play football or tried to dominate the game. In the ninety sixties when reince nichols took over and yong Came in the squad and we just happened to have the best squatting europe at the time and they started playing. This really fantastic football. That was really yeah innovative with and afterwards they call the total football. All at that time it was just. That's football world. We always wanted to be the best and We were a lot of times best but the pressure is that you know if always has to win the memory of ninety five when we won the degrees with mine or for own players wasn't credible because nobody at the start of the season really expected it in the mid ninety but so many young players and we coach very the monica coach. It was a combination with a homegrown players experienced players and we've drove a stool to assure heights. I think nobody expects us from from our shelves at that time. Only three foreign flavor allowed so maybe very died bone to die bones as a as a players and teams together. that's that doesn't period. It's unbelievable for four two for the club for amsterdam and i think also for holland for dutch. Football is the most important glop mean one. The most idols at the most prestigious international football is the biggest club In holland and a lot of supporters and every Every game did stadium is full and a lot of noise and love. I x and it's nice to play expensive critical efficient onto own team and That sometimes something you see in the stadiums well you have to fuck fifteen. Were always supporting and os chanting real crazy. And they always at every game way in home and It make a lot of noise with fireworks and everything and jazz disgrace to play for the guys in the fire exam as amazing. That's it for this episode. Thank you for taking time to this. And if you like this content who subscribe rayed mohammad from i post. We'll see you next time..
"reince" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And I think on that day, everybody just sent out by the way. That was October, the seventh of 2016 just to give it some context. But that day the entire political intelligentsia every talking head and funded an expert in the world that Donald Trump was finished. Some people said he should get out of the race. Okay, so everybody was convinced he was gonna lose, you know, Look, Donald Trump has had an outstanding last 10 days. He had a really good debate the economy showing some real life today under his leadership, and I think the American people are just fed up with the attacks on him. He's a classic disruptive, Can it The last thing I'll tell you about these poles. People aren't being honest, but they don't want to admit it. We've had a lot of people were afraid to put up a trump sign in New York. I know that, by the way, the people who are against him, Billy one final point here. They have a huge megaphone in the news media. And that's an unfortunate reality for us is Republicans and conservatives the megaphone. They have both in academia and in the news media ad in Hollywood, and you've got what people think. Is this gigantic people of AA group of people that are opposed to him. People tend to live in New York and California in the Heartland here in the Midwest, where the votes are going to be one for Donald Trump. He stands an excellent chance of being reelected on Tuesday. Are you ready for the big question? Always Steve Chabot. Does your retainers Congressional seat and why Yes. Steve Chabot retains its congressional seat for one solitary reason. Steve Chabot represents the values of the first congressional district at the Western part of the county of Warrant. Kate Rotor is a green new deal loving left wing liberal. She has no chance of that district that lived in that district. My entire life safe when I went away to school. I've lived in that difference. She hardly represents the mainstream view that district Steve Chabot is delivered for our district he delivered with PPP funds He's delivered on on issue after issue that we is, you know, set the right voters in the first congressional district. The issues we care most about. He's been very good about. So that's the reason he's goingto win. He represents us now. Lastly, I'll say this. I watched this PBS documentary It came out in 2017 and I one on YouTube last night to make sure I recall to correctly And that is that Reince Priebus was the chair of the National Republican Party member Ryan's Reince Priebus. And Paul Ryan was the speaker of the House. And so ah, they did this interview with them. This is several months into end 2017 about the Billy Bush tape that you referenced. And each of them said the same thing. That is when that came out. They waited 24 hours, and this is a chair of the Republican Party and the speaker of the House Republican. Each of them requested a meeting with Donald Trump their nominee, that this is what four weeks before the election. And they both looked Donald Trump in the eye and said, Mr Trump, you need to resign. You cannot be our candidate. We're going to pull the endorsement. In fact, there was a time a few days later, when Trump was scheduled to be in Wisconsin, with Paul Ryan and Reince Priebus, their friends about from Wisconsin, Donald Trump. Look them both in the eye. Use some expletives. I can't use on the radio this afternoon and said No, I'm not getting out. And they said you're going to take down the Republican Party in the Senate, Mitch McConnell is not going to be the Senate majority leader. Paul Ryan said. We cannot win the house with us heading this ticket. You've got to quit. And you might recall the media coverage thereafter was not just Trump was going to lose. The entire Republican Party was going down. In 20 and 2016. Because of that, October 7 2016 October surprise what happened four weeks later. Well, Donald Trump, leftist president, states and more and also just really quickly. Billy Senator Rob Portman won an overwhelming victory. Can't Ted Strickland in Ohio and that was a race? A lot of us, you know, in that video, overwhelmed and all the other issues Rob Portman one, you know, even better than Donald Trump in this state. So what do we know what we know? I don't know what this means. But I know four weeks before the election. A chair of the Republican Party. Wantedto pull the endorsement. The nomination of Donald Trump because he was taking the party right down the tubes. And so what you hear in the media may not be accurate or true. Once again, somebody wants to vote. You convert so many different ways. But having had no voter suppression whatsoever, the Democrats cannot give up that card. They got to play that card constantly. So the party of discrimination and racial discrimination continues to practice racism and blame the other group for it, But we gotta run. Alex tm glad you put the rest the Sikh rumor, which came out of nowhere because it didn't exist. Thank you, Billy. Always a pleasure. All right. Once again. Thank you, Alex Toronto feeling I'm one of the few people who can say his name. I know Tony Bender can't say he calls him. Alex T. He's Alex Toronto, feel ooh, the chair of the Republican Party's on him to County Board of elections. Right, Let's you and I talk lines are open out. 513749 7000 bill coming of the Great American Live at German, the Bangles and rain. About midnight tonight. A news radio 700 that were you Artemis. President.
Efforts to Register and Provide Ballots to Washington, DC Felons in Federal Prisons Face Hurdles
"A recent law gives D C. Residents who are incarcerated felons the right to vote but envies NBC four reports just over 1/10 of them have registered for the November election. Part of the problem. The Federal Bureau of Prisons will not share their addresses, citing privacy reasons. Spread out at 107 different federal prisons across the country Board of Elections officials are asking the relatives of inmates for their addresses activist Ron Moten on why he thinks inmate voting is important. We want people who Reince body to not be the problem but to be a part of the solution, and this was a step in the right direction. Modin also says it made voter registration should not be this
"reince" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Radio, calling an audible on the next presidential debates, which was plans to be held online on Ly a virtual debate, But not long after that announcement, President Trump says he's not going to waste his time doing that. Okay, then. So where do we stand now? Valerie Jarrett is a senior advisor to President Obama not surprised by his reaction. It is yet another example of his disregard for our health and our safety. She appeared on CBS this morning, as did Reince Priebus, Mr Trump's first chief of staff. I understand the position because debate should be face to face. I mean, they should find a way to do this face to face no shortage of opinions for what was scheduled to be the second face to face debate in Miami next week. Instead, it's offered up a za virtual event. And again, President Trump says Thanks, but no thanks. Meantime, Vice President Mike Pence Senator Kamala Harris and Corona Virus All centre stage the only vice presidential debate of the campaign season also on stage plexiglass barriers. Much more civil debate than the meat up between the president and Biden last week, and now experts are starting to slice and dice it opinions. ABC News contributor Rahm Emanuel, a Democrat. When you're the vice president, you're attacking. Now your opponent happens to be a woman. You could do that, but also the journalist who's asking the questions. I don't think that helped them. With the women vote in general, be seniors contributors to Zen Fagin, a Republican. He should have stopped talking a little quicker, but I don't think he was disrespectful of either woman on a Kobe vaccines are playing politics with people's lives. The reality is that we will have a vaccine We believe before the end of this year, and it will have the capacity to see countless American lives. If the public health professionals if Dr Fauci if the doctors tell us that we should take it, I'll be the first in line to take it. Absolutely. But if Donald Trump tells us that we should take it, I'm not taking it. Chuck's Iverson, ABC.
"reince" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"W I s said so, Paul, you really get your audio already? Well, your audio ducks in a row. Over the weekend. And this is my original name for him. Now, this is my creation. Teleprompter Joe Biden. I think teleprompter. Joe is a perfect name for him because it says so many different things. It says that he's vapid and is empty right? It says he has to be told what to say. And it also indicates that he is at the complete mercy of his of his handlers. Yeah, he's sort of Ah Ah, puppet. It's a marionette kinda guy. I mean, sleepy Joe. That's that's the president's thing. Which is fine. But I think TelePrompTer Joe, especially as we get through through the campaign is going to be Amazing. I should get next to Reince Priebus, who's got an ear of Trump's and say, Rights Teleprompter, Joe, Pass it on. Me at Webber and Science previous, actually really great friends. I mean, maybe maybe maybe I could have ever be the conduit for that one. Yeah. Oh, yeah, no, no. He's reading directions off the prompter and saying stuff on screen Scroll, please. No. Whatever. I mean, dude. Well, it's so funny. It's so obvious that he's doing it. And his campaign spokesman gets out there and won't answer the question. Just looking like a d bag, Just like you know, it's remarkable that I mean it and politically just stupid If he's reading off the teleprompter to say, Well, yeah, you know, we have some some keywords there. So you know, he doesn't hear real well, so adios. If he misses the question, we've got it covered. Don't you think I'm some B s like that? Don't sit there. Well, I'm not going to answer that. That's just that's just a distraction. So it's not the guy's got no ideas. He can't speak. Step courageously, all right, Speaking of which that's going to fall right into what we're talking about here. Teleprompter. Joel, speaking with OT Aid of a teleprompter over the weekend offered up yet another memorable gaffe of Donald Trump has his way complications from Koven 19. But you're well beyond What they should be. It's estimated that 200 million people have died. Probably by the time I finish this talk now, some of you I know are thinking. Well, well, well, you know old teleprompter. Joe just made the mistake of turning 200,000 deaths into 200 million That's just a slip of the tongue. That's that's what some of you are probably thinking. Well, it's more than that, and I'll tell you why. Here's what it demonstrates. Joe Biden is not grasping the actual scope off the numbers related to Cove it he doesn't grasp that scope. And if he did, he'd never say 200,000,200 million Americans have died because that would make no sense. If he had an idea if you had a relationship between the scope of the disease, how me and now Onda, resulting deaths from that 200 million wouldn't commute there's only 330 million people in the country. Right. Two thirds of us would be dead. We mean the only business that would be no going full tilt. That will be the funeral business and the grave digging business, I suppose. The on ly way to make that mistake is not a mere slip of the tongue. The only way to make that mistake is to simply be regurgitating digits. Ages regurgitated three extra zeros went from 2200 million. Play the This's this. This is something else play this September. 9th wandering from Teleprompter, Joe. When makes his wild claims and hopes.
"reince" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Hi. Welcome back. It's great to have you. L rush ball behind the gold in the E. I be microphones. Trump's rally Last night he was he was in a rural Wisconsin. It was the middle part of the state, and during Hannity's hour when they telecast they came away from the rally for a couple of minutes at Reince Priebus. Who's Wisconsin resident? And Reince. Priebus pointed out that what is happening in Wisconsin doesn't happen. Um, that Trump is experiencing a resurgence in rural Wisconsin surging in areas That generally don't surge either at all, or this late in the game or for Republicans. If I understood him correctly, it was making a big deal out of the resurgence in rural Wisconsin for Trump. That is occurring as we speak. People in Bradley, Wisconsin, tell you that the riots there. Ah! Turned off it and the commotion right answers so forth. It really turned off suburban voters to Biden. But the thing is, and I keep harping on this. Because it matters. I said yesterday. I haven't checked my email. A lot of people thought Rush. I never thought of it this way. I'm not sure you're right about that. I claimed that the most enthusiastic voter In America today is the Trump voter. To me. There's no question about it. It's not even close. And you can pick any Democrat you want. There isn't anywhere near the enthusiasm for any Democrat. A O. C. Gavin Newsom. John Kasich. Take your pick of any Democrat out there. They can't lay claim to anywhere near the enthusiasm that Trump has, and this includes Biden. There is zero enthusiasm for Biden. Biden is benefiting. From one thing. He's the guy with the Big D next to his name on the ballot, and there is party loyalty out the wazoo. But there isn't enthusiasm. Hillary Clinton didn't have anywhere near the enthusiasm people. Believed that she had And I'll grant that she had more than Biden does. Come on, Harris doesn't have any folks. Kamala Harris. Where is she? She's not drawn flies. She's not drawing crowds. They're even trying to make fashion statements should go out and wear a pair of boots. That Melania Trump war a couple months ago, and they attacked Melania Trump for wearing boots. There were no class. She's got no business. That's Yoko here. Camilla Harris shows up on the exact same things and she making a fashion statements. Michelle Obama all over again. But Biden is not generating any enthusiasm doesn't have any. Neither does Kamala Harris. This stuff matters. It matters to how people vote and how many people vote. Particularly on Election Day. Turn out. Like I said the shooting of the sheriff's deputies in Compton That's the kind of thing that could have a huge impact. People like the media will totally miss. Not even notice it. Look at the attorney General, Mr Barr, he is loaded for bear out there. He is fit to be tied over what is happening. To the whole concept of justice in this country. I want to go back to this meidan and enthusiasm business for just one minute because it's always been true. There hasn't been any enthusiasm for any of the 23 people who ran folks. If there have been We wouldn't have ended up with Biden and Kamala Harris. No, I meant making a big deal. We really need to know who it is. That's running by then his campaign. Who are these invisible people? That will be the power. They're not showing up. They're not putting their face in front of us. They're not Raising money. They're not campaigning. They're not making statements. They're being allowed to hide and run a stealth campaign and nobody knows who they are. But we do when you write down what we know who they are, folks. The socialist now where the big money And it isn't just George Soros. I get there's a controversy, I guess. That happened on Fox News a couple days ago. Note Gingrich brought up George Soros or Melissa Francis brought up George's. Somebody said, Shut up about George Soros. You can't bring up George short for something. I don't remember specifically what it wass. But a lot of people said that's not fair. What do you mean? You can't talk about George Look. George Soros is George Soros and he's a bigtime Democrat Fundraiser donor, but there are more than him. You know, Bloomberg's on a $100 million in Florida. These people are just It's not so much they hate Trump. They're scared to death of Trump and much of it. Has to do with with China. Same thing with Silicon Valley. The people in Big tech. They are in bed with China in ways you would not believe. Wall Street firms. Have very close relationships with the chai calms almost all of the fortune 500 families. I mean, even the Walton family is giving money to Biden and big They're also spreading it around the Republicans, too, but they are also making sure that they are covering Themselves with with Biden. Not for some of these people is to make sure that Chinese investment's keep coming For some of them. They're just lunatic unhinged. Energy fanatics. Some are terrified that Trump is going to end up regulating big tech. I think most of it is Angry, left wing rich people who realize nobody's listening to them. And they have zero access. Now it's kind of like the never Trumpers. You look at the wealthy, rich people that ran for the Democratic nomination and they were among the first to be waved Good bye to Tom Steier. Nobody cares. This guy's dumped. How many billions Into Green energy political campaigns. This guy is for all intents and purposes outside of his immediate circle. He's a joke. He literally thought that he could be swept to the nomination. Out of gratitude for all he's done for Green energy. No, He's not a big enough celebrity for the Democrats. He looks too much like a geek. Well, you don't tell Tom Steyer that he doesn't matter. So, Tom start, I'll guarantee a Tom Steyer. Is with Bernie Sanders and they are together. Running the Biden campaign, but it isn't just Tom Steyer. There's all kinds of these wealthy. Rich people who realize nobody's listening to you realize it's one of the problems the never Trumpers and they realized that Trump gets elected. Nobody's listening to them. They're out there for the entirely the 2016 campaign. And they believe that they're the intellectual fuel behind the conservative movement, the Republican Party. They then believe. That they can kill the Trump campaign. I simply urging people not to support Trump. These people. In the never Trumper intellectual conservatives over the bill crystals and these magazine types. They literally believed that you and I all fuck that they were the brains behind our so called movement. That they and they alone were able to move conservatism former they and they alone were able To give it.
"reince" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Florida I think is less than three weeks away when they start sending out the mail in ballots. And they're trying to suppress the vote. Man. This is some place. It's a 46 man. He's got a local with training man. Which is me. A former National Rifle Association executive calling for gun control. Joshua Powell's new book is called Inside. The NRA entity criticizes, he said the association They're more concerned with money and appealing to the paranoia and darkest side of its members. Aside from fierce criticism for VP Wayne LaPierre's lavish lifestyle, the groups now former number two, says he supports universal background checks and red flag laws, Among other things, check out what more he has to say, and other accusations he's made against the group on the front page of w ou i d dot com. Thes. These riots across the country have Dunmore for ah for gun rights than the NRA ever has not telling you people people are looking at He heard Reince Priebus to talk about that he's from Kenosha. His parents live there still, and he said that their neighbors are still sending their kids to the basement. There they were during the Heaviest rights there and imagine any other kids in the basement and sitting at the kitchen table with a rifle. How do you like that? 8 47 come back with your traffic news weather and Dr Lee, at least the shameless psychiatrists coming, you know, love in the time of the murder. Yeah, dealing with stress affecting relationship in covert will talk to her about that at 8 51 traffic at 8 15. Israel's 16 w I OD NAPA, You could get a five port.
"reince" Discussed on AP News
"Dave Ferrie Thiss is AP News. I'm Rita Fall. Most polls show Democrat Joe Biden leading President Trump in the presidential race, but last night at the Republican National Convention First lady Melania Trump cast her husband as the best hope for America's future. The first lady has been largely out of you since the virus pandemic began. But she walked into the Rose Garden last night as the headliner on Night two of the Republican convention and made the case for four more years. I believe that we need my husband's leadership now, more than ever, drawing laughs by saying he's not a traditional president, but one driven by making things better for all Americans, Donald Trump. Is not and will not lose. Focus. Annual SOCCER Megane Washington Mrs Trump and two of the president's five Children led a diverse collection of Trump supporters at the convention last night. More than a half million people have been ordered to run from Hurricane Laura as it targets the Texas Louisiana coast. The National Hurricane Center says it's blowing 105 mile per hour winds and could get even stronger in the next 24 hours. Storms expected to make landfall late Wednesday. Early Thursday. Texas Governor Greg Abbott Houston in parts west of Houston, fall within that area of the danger zone of what will be Very high winds, including high winds very far inland violence overnight in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where police fired tear gas for a third night to push back protesters who threw fireworks and water bottles at officers. There were some people with long guns in the streets. Police are investigating would appear to be at least two shootings. The protests began after police shot and wounded a black man Sunday. Jacob Lakes. Family attorney says he may be paralysed for life This is AP News Tens of thousands of airline employees are about to lose their jobs. American Airlines says it will cut more than 40,000 jobs in October due to the drop in air travel caused by the Corona virus pandemic. American executives say 23,500 employees have accepted buyouts retired early or taken long term leaves of absence, but another 19,000 will have to be furloughed or laid off. American says the cuts could be avoided if the federal government comes up with another $25 billion for Airlines In March, the government gave airlines $25 billion to save jobs for six months. The reprieve expires after September. 30th I, Mike Rossio more than 178,000. People in this country have now die from the Corona virus, according to John Tompkins University experts say the number of Americans being diagnosed with the virus is falling. They credit masks in part I'm Rita Foley. AP News.
"reince" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Second hour of this program on. Tuesday August. Twentieth. And I believe we have one of our CBS News correspondent with Pete Peter. Mayor. Joins US Good Morning Peer. Good Morning. And I saw on the list get from CBS News every morning I. This morning's very had you as. Someone who could tell us all about the Republican national conventions opening night last night what were your chief takeaways? Welcome to the Donald Trump show Donald J trump production. Of really or never has a candidate played such a direct hands on role in the production of a party convention Dave and I started covering them back in nineteen eighty. You know traditionally party nominees speak just on the last night of the convention. The rest of the week is meant to be build up to the acceptance speech. But as we know MR trump is not a traditional candidate. He's not a traditional president for that matter, and so he's going to be part of the program every day as we saw yesterday. Yeah and I'm sure that that is a quite popular among his folks in the parties. I'm sure quite excited about the. The fact that the leader has been kind enough to visit with with the group off four days and tell us a little bit about the about the tone sort of overall presentation. What are the main pitches that the Republican Party's making in which the president trump is making his well? Well the main pitches They don't have a party platform this year, which again breaks with tradition I can't ever remember a convention where there wasn't a party platform you know normally they have party hearings and and discussions about what they want. Various factions were really hard and fight to get their ideals and their issues in the platform. This year, the platform basically comes down to one thing re elect Donald. Trump as for the tone the president and the people around him said, he watched this convention because it's going to be positive and uplifting his words last night It was not exactly positive and uplifting you had. Kimberly Guilfoil the former Fox News personality who by the way is dating Donald Trump Junior speaking at an empty auditorium in DC near the White House that Mellon auditory and screaming like they were you know thousands of people there. But it was an empty auditorium because of the Cova crisis and warning that Democrats want to destroy the country and everything we fought for and hold dear She said quote, They WanNa Steal Your liberty, your freedom they want to control what you see and thinking believe so they can control how you live. That's the basic tone of what to answer your question last night. There was another moment where I think the couple from. Saint Louis mccloskey's who are branched. Well demonstrators walk by. A couple of months ago were speakers last night and they I think they were the ones who raise the issue of. We were going to destroy the suburbs. A suburban lifestyle would be gone and I just I think it's worth pointing out. The history of this that we have had democratic presidents certainly Bill Clinton during the nineteen nineties Barack Obama for. Eight years previous. President trump somehow the suburbs all pretty much serve survived those those eras right? Yeah you know look this is. This is this is a a racial appeal. There's there's no other way about it the speech of largely focused on scaring suburban voters. This is. A major voting block in the upcoming election and as we saw in the midterms. The voters there helped Democrats. Flip. Congressional districts in the twenty eighteen midterms you know they they said last night the mccloskey's the radicals are not content just marching in the streets. They WANNA walk the halls of Congress they want power. This is Joe Biden's party. So you know this was a controversial choice but choice that obviously the trump people felt would appeal to their base, the mccloskey's Mark and Patricia mccloskey. and. I wonder about the trump basis what folks are there are making of the president's? Stance on the conduct of the upcoming election, he's made some remarks about this just in the last day or so in which. It seems like almost a heads I win tails you lose situation in which. The president is essentially saying if I win I, win if I lose you cheated. There's no way. There's no way. This president can legitimately lose. The election is that is that the am I reading that accurately? I think. So you know he's making these unfounded claims that. The Democrats are trying to rig the election by you know making. The issue of Mail in ballots. WHO's looking for and you know it's just simply not the case, but he is raising this issue repeatedly and I'm sure he will again in his acceptance speech on Thursday night, which brings me to the other break with tradition, and that's using the White House as a prop in a political sense which really has not been done or I should say rarely been done FDR spoke in a political fashion from the Oval Office I believe was the announcing his third term Jimmy Carter it recorded a commercial in the White House but you know other than that we've never seen. The. Blatant use of the White House as a platform last night, the president spoke. From I the East Room under the George Washington portrait. Then the diplomatic room under another portrait and he's going to speak from a huge stage that's being constructed on the South Lawn of the White House when he gives his acceptance speech his wife is going to speak from the newly renovated White House. Rose Garden tonight that in itself is controversial here in Washington because it has been so drastically redesigned and the number of people are up in arms about that. Well, full employment for DC area gardeners. But. We're we're talking about. Break, was breaks with tradition. In this case, the use of the White House is actually break with the lies and it. Well you know there is the hatch. act. Which says that you know people who work for administrations cannot use government property for political purposes and there's a gray area about whether this applies to presidents..
Welcome Your Loneliness
"In our last episode episode. One thirteen eighteen decide to decide. I shared. How sometimes decision stresses out? Because we haven't named what the decision is in the first place so it just lingers UNMADE beneath the surface. Because we haven't pulled it out to decide to decide those kinds of UNMADE decisions. Hold sneaky power over us because we are uncomfortable or unsettled. But we don't exactly know why while in that episode I share. I think three things to do when that's the case for me and maybe that will help you too but today's episode is kind of the opposite. It's when we feel uncomfortable or unsettled but it isn't because of an unmade decision or unidentified decision. It's just because of the state of things. We wish. There was a decision to be made an action step to take or formula to follow instead instead. There's just US unsure about what to do who to ask or WHO's in our corner in my letter to my readers last week. I mentioned some loneliness I've been experiencing experiencing lately and a reader wrote back and asked me to share more about that when my first response in my head was a sharp away but then my second thought was maybe and the ellipses that follows. That may be. Well that's Today's episode. Welcome when we're feeling lonely was our next right thing. I can't say I really have answers to that question but I do have words and I do have stories and sometimes when you're feeling lonely words in stories land better than answers I do anyway. Listen my husband. John and I are in our eighteenth year of marriage in our relationship. Ship is one of the greatest gifts of my life. That is true. What is also true? Is that several times over the past few months. I've heard these words come out of my mouth in in conversation with other people I've experienced more loneliness after I got married that I ever did before I got married. Now that's not really a commentary on the the state of our marriage more it reveals that when I was twenty four when we got married I probably expected not to be lonely ever again after our wedding day. That's rookie mistake. Steak number one over the past two decades. I've been learning how wrong that assumption was now as a white middle class college educated woman who lived with supportive parents or lovely roommates of until I was married my life. Experience does not necessarily scream lonely. In the way I know so many people might experience reince loneliness. The kind that accompanies divorce neglect abuse homelessness single parenting death of a spouse or parent or child. These have have not been part of my personal story yet but they might be part of yours. Of course we know. Some degree of loneliness can visit us no matter our circumstance no matter better where we live or who lives with us and feelings of loneliness or not reserved for those who are alone. Let's just say that we also I hope no that just because you're married. Mary doesn't mean you don't experience loneliness and just because you're single doesn't mean that you do. The experience of loneliness really is not contingent upon where we live. How much many we have our employment or relationship status? But upon the fact that we are human lately my most profound sense of loneliness has revolved around on my work. So that's the angle from which I'll talk about loneliness today but no matter where you are in your feelings of loneliness. Perhaps you can still relate. I attended my first professional conference seventeen years ago when I worked for a local university as the sign language interpreter coordinator. I flew to Chicago to learn. Learn more about the craft of sign language interpreting and to meet with other interpreters from all over the country. I was also twelve weeks. Pregnant with the twins at that time mm-hmm so one memory that stands out. The most of that conference for me was feeling constantly sick and getting up early to walk to the starbucks around the corner so I could get some orange juice with ice but there are other things I remember about that conference. Two and one of them was the pressure anxiety. I felt to make connections to rub shoulders to network as they say. PS anytime. I hear the word network. I picture a convoluted ball of tangled up wires with frayed edges all searching searching for a spark or a connection brain so weird. I don't remember any of the people I networked with and pretty sure. I didn't do it right but I do. Remember from my roommate's stacy who was the interpreter coordinator at a neighbouring college and who I only knew from a distance but we decided to room together and she brought me T- when she knew I wasn't feeling well while she was kind and I was grateful. So I remember stacey and cold orange juice and anxiety and Chicago and johns voice on the other end of the phone offering comfort and encouragement me because I was desperately lonely that week. I was lonely for a lot of reasons. I'm sure but mainly looking back. I know a big part of it was because because I was sent there by my boss on the university's time and he wanted to make sure they got their money's worth but the problem for me was. I wasn't sure how to make that happen. I wasn't sure what was was expected of me wasn't sure how to measure my own success. I didn't feel adequate to be in the room with all these famous interpreters. Yes you heard that right if you don't don't already know this. Every profession has their own celebrities in sign language. Interpreting is not immune from it in some circles even motherhood seem to have celebrities. PTA President anyone room anyone parents with the best house for the kids to hang out and yet every profession has celebrities. Maybe he's not celebrities like in the Hollywood would Oscar and Grammy Sense of the word but in every business in every work. There are those who seem to belong. Who arrived who have made it and are doing it right? And then there's the rest of US wondering if we have what it takes to do this work well or even at all and even though that was seventeen years ago and even though I'm an an entirely different profession now writing books hosting this podcast co running a membership cypher writers. Even though some might say I'm a writer writer who has arrived or WHO's made it. I will say to you that while there are a lot of insecurities. I have overcome after ten years of doing this work. There are a lot of hurdles that crossed over and fears that I've pushed through yes. There are many first-timer experiences that I've grown out of but loneliness linus is not one of them. And that's where I was when I wrote my end of the month letter to my readers. I was naming some loneliness I've been experiencing in my work lately even though I have a lot of friends. Who Do this work? Even though I've been doing it for a while now even though I for the most part no where to go to get my questions answered served still when you have a job to do especially when you're the one calling the shots making the decisions or the manager of people in some way there's a natural loneliness that accompanies that space at the end of the literal day. I am the only one who can do my next thing. I am the only one who can write my next book. DOC or make decisions about vision and Next Steps in my work and you're the only one who can do that in your work to as it turns out you can't can't network your way out of loneliness and maybe that's what I was trying to do at that first professional conference maybe I was making it too hard. Maybe I needed to look no further than my roommate and let that be enough for that particular trip. Now it's true. Networking is a corporate word. And I'm not really a corporate girl. But just because I don't like the word networking doesn't excuse me from doing my job. Let me say that plainly networking is part of my job. It's part of a lot of are jobs actually just because we don't feel skilled at something doesn't mean we don't have to do it. We can't change the game but we can change how we approach it how we talk about it and and our posture toward it for several summers my editor and I co at a session at a conference for writers where we offered twelve truths to know before you write your next book book will writers would come up to me after that session and ask questions questions. Like how do I grow my readership. Or How do I build my platform and people still ask me those questions now. Inside of Hope Raiders. My membership safer raiders. And they're good honest fantastic questions and when I hear those questions I find myself wanting to offer both a hug and also wanting to fling heavy objects across the room is not because I'm mad that the questions are being asked it's just because I have a complicated relationship ship with networking if you haven't figured out yet here's the thing you are a person and I am too and we desperately need each other. We eat our kids leftover macaroni and cheese and we need to plug are eyebrows on the regular and we hold our hearts together with smiles shape band aids and handful of oreo cookies past the milk. Please he's I can't do this without you. So how does this conversation about networking connect with these feelings of loneliness. Good question thank you for asking well simply imperfectly. I think part of it is this when we feel lonely in our work it can seem like the answer is to network fine people who get what you do. Who can support what you do and who you can support to an honestly? I'm being so for real here. I think that is part of the answer. I think that's vital actually early. If you don't know people who get what you do find them find them yester- now as my sister. My coin would say that is your next right
Lewandowski Lights Up Der Klassiker
"Start though in the Bundesliga classic lying taking on Borussia Dortmund Ruben. Dos Gift goalscoring for fun of Les Rois on the the bench for this one. The business seventeen minutes saying dose gave cooler born chat. WanNa know who was on. This is just routine. There's another initiative cross gets cutoff. You just continues is run by head back in space very good header yet again. So don't mean look into reorganize get things sorted as we kick off the second half. What sixty seconds in the back of the net just by Munich counterattacking talking with peace? Or nearly she doing that to opponent. This time the mets fourteen minutes ago in the game DOS game. We'll make it three now. Looks routine but this I touch was something special. It's high awkward. Takes on the inside of the Thi- perfectly in stride then finish nine nine to rub salt into the doorman wounds Hummel's with a own goal to make it four now stretching. I mean this kind of tells the story the Doorman Lindsey evening. It's that kind of day for Braschi Dogma. By Munich for Borussia Dortmund nail is how finishes such a strange sport because you look at buying and the way they play today and you think one fading having any sort of problems because they absolutely brilliant and new manage bonds for coming in well not coming. He's been this but all of a sudden he's been hiding under the reince whether some temporary or permanent or to the season we we. You figure that out in in time but share reaction from the team here. He makes a couple of changes to the starting lineup. I think as a team you see by you looking back to their best individually the they look happy it seems as far more more more cohesive being said Dortmund plead. They're part goodbye mimic looked. But if you're by Munich especially given the week that you had not you've got a couple of weeks tax international. Judy Acer greet we to go into the outbreak. On the back of what is normally the biggest game in your in your calendar every single Bundesliga game this season. Recent recent Champions League match as well is absolutely ridiculous for some time. We've been seeing that the best number nine and we'll football right and again and I always have to add the caveat that we don't consider them as your number nights but he has been the without question the best and still you see him continue to do that and you think from me with love and dump scheme has has instincts are better than anybody else's his finishing is better than anybody else's and he's doing it with a consistency not I'm just this season. You mentioned his record this season. But we've seen that for quite some time whereas ordinarily even with the best trackers the so reliant on on on service that they have ups and downs that they have purple patches on this little yet. Somehow Eleven doff ski and you show it today and we. He took those two goals. Not Great Boys in finds himself in space yes but he still had a lot to do in creasing bridge himself yourself and then he makes you finish look show easier the end of it. I mean it really is something temperature to with to behold is interesting. You mentioned in a couple of changes the surprise inclusion Danes Brain in this game. He did ungodly start exactly as cleanup against Jin Sancho who had to come off in the first off. No Riyadh Raff Hunt. Eckstein who who was at the game said Sancho came of a hamstring been struggling or the game long now just from from my perspective looking at it on the television screen. I just thought that all that someone with a hamstring injury jogging off the park doc and then as a cameras followed him on the sidelines. There was nobody there weakening with a bag of ice it it just those two things didn't didn't connect for me that being said I'm Dave Gibney start in a difficult game on was simply sensational by and got the start that they wanted. They got the goals. Ah Give them a little bit of a of a gap team to play with a certain freedom but then again that comes with a manager a new manager bosses and mentioned but having Africa clear pound. And knowing what you want to do and everybody buying into that which I feel Karachi had lost I think through his own feelings and not through non necessarily through to that team. I just folk lost the respect of digestion. I lost out sometime time last season and it was spinning in what you show inconsistent performances Boyd only by eleven scoring telling the one of the biggest matches of the season and Philip Casinos on the bench. Yeah that's a very big call to make. That is a very big call to me continue. Who came in and plead with a freedom when when he first arrived on you thought he was a piece that was missing and that opportunity? I took club like by Munich for him to play in behind the striker in the whole with the freedom and everybody kind of looking for him with the ball was the opportunity he wanted. But if it doesn't fit into the plans then you have to make those big plays respect that as much as players wanted to see the big names of Rome them the respect a manager who has a plan and asserts himself is the main influence of that plan. I I can't you saw that. Meanwhile dolman seen this before we got into the classic Chance really to assert yourself and you get beaten off the pop. Yeah I'm beating Battle of the park and and for for dormant as much as they're still in still early enough in the season that it can be rescued a lot tonight. No you saw so nothing today at and maybe a little bit of a hangover offering them a very cheap. Excuse here after coming back from two down against Inter Milan in the Champions League. But but then if you're a skeptic or you're a cynic you say well you shouldn't be too don't intervene. Yeah in the first place but it quite clearly shows that don't have their issues and when you come up against a team like by Munich who don't let you back in. Then you have the. You have a lot of problems
VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Roger Chang Joni Saltzman. So I got a chance to walk into one of the reactors of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi. But I couldn't actually get into the actual core would die because I would die. It was literally. Yes. Within minutes. I'd probably be dead of. But thanks VR. I was able to actually get into the Corelli's stimulated version that I corps. This was a fairly unique use of VR and to be clear wasn't exactly like a full Oculus rift headset, you'll see through glasses looking at a big screen. But it was for me. Like one of the examples for me. The are like that didn't compose suck. You haven't watched the VR that I've seen will. Yes. It's the thing. That's also I mean to the point of exclusive content. This was clearly very expensive since I know like this isn't really for entertainment. This is really for companies looking to users experience to simulate what's like sending a robot the core. And so it was I mean, actually like I said really useful kinda see able to kind of hover eating really walk sort of hover through the core. Sometimes at times like flying through walls, and you kind of felt that we're tingle when you went through wall. Really you actually kind of bought the allusion. Yeah. Even though it was projected on project on the walls, Jacqueline is predicted the wall the floor the the walls around me. And so it was fully immersive the not immersive like innocuous risks. And what did you did have a head mounted display? You had some smart glasses. What did those purposes the glasses were there are three glasses that helped create the allusion that you were actually immersed in the six? Reince and actually come away seeing the five of standing Mexico. The person the middle was sort of navigating he had a control the phaser from Star Trek. His glasses had motion tracking sensors that ping the sensors that were on the wall. And so when he moved around like it kind of accounted for his movements as well. Interesting. So yeah, it was kind of unusual use of the R. I think I think that's interesting though, that this sort of enterprise style. Use for VR was more compelling to you stuff that's made for consumers. Yeah. The experience was fairly slick not quite as like entertaining as some of the experiences you've had at various festivals. But like, I feel like the usefulness of this is just was very very compelling. Next up more full phones last week. It seemed like he was a crazy hot topic but taper off a bit as I think everyone's starting to realize they can't afford one. But Samsung is reportedly working on two more foldable phones one that folds outward like a the wall way made x one that's more like a clam shell. Right. And you've said in the past that there's different levels of stress from these kinds of. What a complicating here. So the the galaxy full one they actually announced two weeks back it folds inwards. That is probably the most stressful way to full the phone and you'll you'll notice with God's there's a huge gap in the middle. There's a reason why it's so the radius is a little bit larger less stress on the screen having a full hour. Like, the mate X is less stressful and can make for like you can do different things with the made ex. It was a thinner more sleek design than the fold, and I think I'm assuming Samsung saw that was like, oh, we should probably work on that. So they're going to be making one that does do that outward fall. Yes. And then something like a clam shack kinda like those old flip phones like we can report that Motorola's working on a foldable phone and might be bringing back the razor in that forum. So I imagine Samsung is looking to fall along with that as well. Lastly, captain marvel comparing this week sina gave it a fairly glowing review, but you saw. Last night. And what did you think? I mean quickly. I think that it's totally serves we'll superhero movie. Total sleep totally fine marvel movie and totally fine like girl power movie, but it didn't strike me as being an exceptional marvel movie or an exceptional feminist movie. And what was the, you know, like, you know, brought up when we were talking earlier when I saw wonder woman that initial beach battle scene like it brought tears to my eyes. I'm not embarrassed about it because you know, you never get to see women as warriors in that way in a movie like that ever. And so it was just so striking. How different it felt to watch. It never got that feeling felt more like typical marvel movie typical Mark. It's great that they have a smart actress and great supporting character actors in there too. And so it felt really fun. I wouldn't. Yeah. I can't glow array about it. What are the question? What SNL Jackson was aged trained for this movie? Like did that was? It wasn't noticeable. I only in the sense that I was like, whoa. He looks young. It's like it's like Pulp Fiction era sort of gang. But I didn't notice it looking awkward did notice that who's the guy that is like one of his. Not maybe. Yeah. Anyways, one of the other characters who was also digitally. I notice that he looked very stiff like his facial expressions. And so maybe it's because he was a much smaller role. They didn't put as much effort into make digital DA djing Lucas slick. I didn't it wasn't distracting with female Jackson, and he was one of the most fun characters in the movie. So okay, there you go for full coverage on C. I'm Roger Chan I'm Joanie Southland. Thanks for listening.
Will GOP accomplishments in Congress be enough for voters?
"Florida's two us senators have introduced a national red flag bill senator marco rubio says the bill creates an incentive for the rest of the states to do what florida and five other states have already done and that is put in place strong extreme protection risk orders so that law enforcement and family members have a tool that they can use to go to court convince the judge to this person is dangerous and take away their guns before they can take away anyone's lives senator rubio together with senator bill nelson say the bill also prevents those people from buying more guns deville was introduced following the school shootings in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington white house is claiming it's not concerned about a wave of republican departures from congress more than three dozen gop lawmakers are leaving the house of representatives at the end of the year ahead of the midterm elections the wave of departures is putting at risk gop control on capitol hill however white house press secretary sarah sanders isn't worried we're not concerned right now we think we've got a great story to tell after the first year of being an office she says the white house looks forward to touting the president's accomplishments and pushing his agenda greg clugston the white house white house chief of staff reince priebus is telling conservatives to ignore stories of chaos and the trump white house in publishing the results conservative or a republican or maybe even someone close to the line or in the middle on the decisions you cannot possibly be happier so i say forget about the process look at the decision previously served as president trump's chief of staff or six months was interviewed on the salem radio network this is townhall dot com hello beautiful i'm any eric founder of madison reed i hair color company i named after my daughter when i named this company after madison it was a vow on my part to create a company.
Trump won arbitration case against Stormy Daniels, Sarah Sanders says
"The new york times says president trump has spoken to witnesses who been india asia viewed by investigators looking at a russian meddling in the 2016 election but paper says the president spoke to white house counsel don mcgann and his former chief of staff reince priebus about what they said to investigators white house press secretary sarah sanders continues to say that president trump has denied reports that he had an affair would adult film star stormy daniels president has addressed these directly and may very well clear that none of these allegations are true this case is already being been one in arbitration in anything beyond that i would refer you to the president's out cat outside counts daniels who is suing trump over an alleged nondisclosure agreement about the alleged affair the florida legislature has passed a gun control bill and sent it to the governor for a signature the bill increases the minimum age to buy a gun from eighteen to twenty one on the national level florida republican senator marco rubio and florida democratic senator bill nelson have written a bill that would give states money to help family members or police request court orders to temporarily take guns away from at risk individuals rubio spoke to reporters about the bill on capitol hill we're here to announce our intention to file legislation to encourage states to do at florida hopefully will do today and that's an act their own gun violence protection orders and it would incentivize this through the grand a cop grants over the next five years and this grant program and the department of justice would provide funding assistance to states to implement their own qualifying gun violence protection orders a second nor'easter has been hitting the mid atlantic in the new england someplace places got more than two feet of snow by late wednesday the number of flight delays and cancellations is increasing as the storm continues to pummel the east coast more than two thousand flights have been cancelled in new york city alone i'm christopher cruise are.
For Trump, Jeff Sessions' recusal from Russia probe was 'original sin': Priebus
"The european union the trump is threatened attacks european cars at the eu slapped tariffs that american products it's all a response to the white house decision to increase tariffs on imported steel and aluminum senator lindsey graham of south carolina also thinks the president should reconsider those tariffs telling cbs face the nation those terracar misdirected incorrectly identified the problem of china dumping stale throughout the world a store the american steel industry your solution is let china off the hook very experts believe the tariffs will calls prices and americanmade products to surge but a white house trade advisor claims any price increase will be negligible president trump beach with the israeli prime minister today at the white house benjamin netanyahu will speak at the annual conference of the pro israel rule of lobby eight pack later this week israel is applauded the white house decision to recognize jerusalem as its capital but it also wants the us to do more to crack down on iran special counsel robert miller may be taking a closer look at the business portfolio presidential soninlaw jared kushner he has a large family business that he has not entirely divested from and that business puts him at odds with the administration in some instances it would appear abc's david right says there are questions about us support for an economic blockade of cutter just weeks after cutter refused to invest it a real estate venture bobby kushner's family as the bickering continues three president trump at attorney general jeff sessions former chief of staff reince priebus tells abc's this week it could be bad news for the white house i think it is a problem and i don't think that it would be good for the president for for attorney general sessions to leave that trump wants to get attack sessions last week for his handling of the russia investigation riva says the prizes won't let sessions off the hook for recusing himself a special envoy for south korea's president heads to north korea for talks with the north nuclear program leader kim jonghoon they'll also discussed ways to reopen communication between pyonyang of the us if follows an earlier meeting between kim sister and south korean leaders the white house says any talks between the us and north korea must include the.