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Fresh "Rove" from Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge
"T x dot com to find out how you can live your passion, a career as an automotive tech. From the W B A P Weather center. We're gonna be cloudy and damp today not to Rainey. The range right now is kind of central Texas, but we could see spotty showers with drizzle Anytime high today about 64 light Southwest winds low tonight 49 then mostly cloudy and cool with a high maybe 58 tomorrow and a high of 57 on Saturday More thunderstorms more likely, actually, on Sunday, right now, W b a P 48 degrees. You had several folks calling this one of the better inaugurations. Beaches. Chris Wallace of Fox News. Karl Rove, the former campaign manager for George W. Bush, all praise his speech. One other unity line from Joe Biden yesterday. Let's start a fresh All of us. Let's begin to listen to one of their again hear one another. See one another. Show respect to one another. Politics doesn't have to be a raging fire, destroying everything in its path. Every disagreement. Don't have to be a cause for total war..
Fresh update on "rove" discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Do not worry about tomorrow focused on today and today it's a split day. What administration leaves another administration comes in and guess what the world keeps spinning in the country keeps going on all right. My buddy justed text me says you. You sound tired or sat down this morning. You good i. i'm trying to be the measure grease grownup in the room. I knew everybody else's waking up this morning and thinking the world is going to hell in a handbasket because joe biden's going to be president at noon. I'm just trying to be the reasonable measured responsible voice on radio all this doom and gloom stuff. You know it it again. I just can't help but point this out. Most everything joe biden is going to do is going to be through executive order which will be undone in four years when the republicans win again. I it and there's very little he can do in congress because they're not going to get rid of the filibuster it doesn't look like and so. He can't ram an agenda through congress. It'll be regulatory. And it can all be undone Nothing in washington as permanent anyway. There's no such thing as a permanent political majority ask karl rove how that went for the republicans in the early two thousands when he said about building one. It's not I i've seen enough of these things and every four years when you lose the same thing happens you you believe that the world will end. It'll never be the same we're going to hell in a handbasket. There's no recovery from it. We're doomed the country's lost were sunk and then in four years you do it all over again and you tell yourself this is going to be the most important election in my lifetime. This this is what. I was wrong about the last one. This one's going to be the most important and then you win and the next ordinary. This one's really the most. Were not that one this one. I was raw. This would and the cycle repeats is over and over and over and over and over. And i just. I'm trying to focus for a minute. We got two years of democrats in charge of everything.
Los Angeles - California boat captain indicted in fire that killed 34
"Against the captain of the scuba diving boat that caught fire and sank. Off the coast of Santa Barbara last year. Captain Jerry Boylan has been indicted on federal manslaughter charges for the deaths of 34 people who were trapped below deck when the boat caught fire overnight. Boylan and four other crew members escaped. Boylan was charged Pacific Lee for misconduct, negligence and inattention by failing to train his crew conduct fire drills and having a roving night watchman on the conception when fire broke out September 2nd of last year. Federal safety investigators faulted the owners of the vessel for a lack of oversight. But they weren't charged with any crime and the exact cause of the fire hasn't been determined. Maryland Haider KOGO News of the Los Angeles County
Biden team should get access to intelligence briefings
"Republican senators have congratulated Biden on his win at least six more GOP senators Josh Holly of Missouri, John Thune of South Dakota, Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Rob Portman of Ohio, James Lankford of Oklahoma and Mike rounds of South Dakota or saying that Biden should at least be receiving intelligence briefings even if Trump won't order his appointed head of the General Services Administration. To officially recognized Biden as the president elect here is sent it around to South Dakota. Look, one of these two men will be the president, United States after the election results have come in. And I think at this point, just as a matter of Protecting our nation's interests. I do think that both the president and his and his competition here, the vice President Biden should have access to those classified reports. Conservative British TV host Piers Morgan on Friday afternoon urged Trump to concede on Twitter GOP strategist Karl Rove said Thursday that Trump's lawsuits won't change the election results. Cindy McCain also told CNN today her deceased husband, former Senator John McCain, would have wanted Biden recognized as president elect You Beecher, he would be telling these people it is time that we that we move on. It's time we heal. It's China. We support our president elect and also encourage the G s A to release the funds so that the heat and get on with his transition team. Cindy McCain is an adviser to President elect job. His transition team. Trump's press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany, and White House Trade advisor Peter Navarro. Both gave interviews on Fox business doubling down on the idea. Trump is preparing for a second term. This came as major news outlets today formally called the State of Georgia. For Biden and North Carolina. For Trump Theologian. Toral Vote count is now 306 for Biden and 232 for Trump
Republican resistance to Biden victory starts to crack
"Or publicly coming out to urge the president to accept the election. Results of 2020 Karl Rove took out an outfit in the Wall Street Journal to say Trump can't win and should concede John Bolton with a similar piece in the Washington Post, accusing the president of trashing The U. S electoral system. Republican Senator James Lankford He's from Oklahoma says he will intervene by tomorrow if the Trump administration does not give Joe Biden access to presidential daily intelligence briefings, calling this a matter of national security. It's also one of the first rights given to a president elect after winning. 1 38. We'll have that
US hits record COVID-19 hospitalizations amid virus surge
"Seeing cases rise again for covid. Nineteen for example. Texas just became the first state to surpass one million corona virus cases. But one of the true markers of how bad this thing gets is hospitalizations. We're always looking at people that get sick enough that they have to be hospitalized. And with the first big waves of the pandemic it was a a strain on the hospital system. And we're starting to see that again. We hit record numbers of hospitalizations justice. Week so melanie a little bit about the numbers and how really this is affecting the rural areas a lot more severely again as you said customisations in the united states of cove nineteen patients hit sixty one thousand nine hundred and sixty four which is a new record for the united states in the pandemic prior record was in april. If you remember the april sir predominantly hit new york and new jersey and california there was a surge in the summer which reached about the same peak as april that really hit across the south and west. You re looking at florida and texas and arizona predominantly. So what's notable this. Time is not just that the numbers are larger but at the cases and hospitalizations are far more widespread. And as you said it's reaching kind of remote oral parts of the country. What's notable about those rural communities is that they're often served by smaller. Hospitals rural communities starkly have had a little more trouble recruiting medical professionals to their communities. World hospitals tend to have fewer beds may not even have an icu. I've spoken with world hospitals this week. That have no you have no ventilators and actually use some of their beds routinely as a functioning nursing home so as cases rise in these communities there are just fewer resources on hand to meet certain demand and speaking of resources one of the interesting things is the demand for healthcare workers and a lot of these places where they might be short staffed or something. There's this kind of roving pool of healthcare workers that go from state to state to help kind of make up the difference but that's also an issue too with these cases so widespread. It's tough to allocate these resources. It is definitely a challenge that several people pointed out to me as i was reporting the story which is in disasters that we've encountered previously. So if you think of hurricanes or fires tornadoes you have a disaster that is somewhat localized. Which means that you can look elsewhere. Look to communities and states. That haven't been hit and asked for help. The problem is that with a very widespread wave and surge of coronavirus cases and hospitalization. It's much harder to send help because you need those workers yourself so we're getting a lot of people a lot of younger people who are getting infected with this but while they are spared some of the most severe symptoms of this often. You know not. In all cases they're starting to transmit this to family members co workers other people that are at higher risk so this pandemic fatigue of being unlocked down in so many restrictions is starting to wear a lot of people. You know they're seeing that it's spreading in your closer circles. Basically we record hospitalizations this week but in the last week we've also seen record numbers of cases the issue there is that hospitalizations typically lag cases by a few weeks. So we're at a record. Now there's this. Approaching number of additional hospitalizations are widely anticipated because of the current case counts and so when we were reporting talking to public health officials they talked about that pandemic fatigue and they talked about sort of basic measures that everyone is struggling with. Which is you know. Sort of keeping your distance not gathering indoors and wearing your masks in order to prevent the spread of the virus. Last thing i just wanted to ask is just kind of how hospitals are adapting. They're clearing out. Certain space to make space for covid patients. And we've been talking about these rural hospitals that sometimes they'll have to transfer patients to larger hospitals. You know there's a lot going on. So i i in new york where they very quickly converted space in to kind of a new intensive care unit and hostels. And i'm talking to now in montana spaces for additional beds. They're putting them in physical therapy. Gyms they put him in office as they take in single occupancy rooms and if added an extra bed they've least a building from Local nursing home look for more space because they expect more cases. There's an effort to try to keep patients in the hospital. But we've also seen temporary hospital insurgents purported this year on a surgeon southern california. They stood up a temporary hospital. They issue there is that they tend to be for patients. That aren't severely ill. And a real bottleneck takes place for those most critically. Ill patients where they need to be in a hospital. If the hospital doesn't have the bed. It become the race to transfer them.
Philadelphia Mayor, city officials hold news conference on unrest in the city following shooting death of Black man
"Kenny the new City news conference on the police killing of Walter Wallace, just across our city that the administration will do better now. I like to turn things over to Commissioner Outlaw for an update on the investigation of Monday's shooting. Walter Wells. Back to noon. Thank you, Mayor. And again get afternoon, everyone as I said yesterday. This investigation has many moving parts and we're working hard to ensure that a fair and thorough investigation takes place. We plan on releasing promising premise history audio of 9 11 calls and body cam footage of the two start discharging officers in the near future. Before. That happens, however, will be meeting with members of Mr Wallace's family to ensure they get an opportunity to view the material Spurs. On this call with us this afternoon. Our chief inspector Frank Manure, and Lieutenant Jason Henderson, Hendershot, who can answer specific questions regarding the investigation. At the end. In addition to those Teo also accompany with me is first Deputy commissioner Male Singleton to provide details of last night's events. Now I'd like to speak to ongoing civil unrest in our city. Firstly, I'd like to acknowledge and think our officers who continued to work long hours and extremely challenging circumstances in order to protect our communities. I also want to ensure the public that we are out here 24 7, and that public safety is our number one priority. We hear you and we share in your frustration. What we saw yesterday throughout our city, but particulary in the area of Castor Inara Mingo. I had absolutely nothing to do with protests. The widespread lawlessness, including the burglary and looting of area businesses served. No purpose is whatsoever. These individuals are doing nothing but simply wasting our precious resource is let me be perfectly clear. This behavior is not acceptable under any circumstance, nor will it ever be tolerating regarding the civil unrest. While we have already made a number of arrests on scene are investigators are still working diligently around the clock to ensure that there will be many more in store. At this point, we're able to present the following updates. There have been 23 injured officers. Injuries include various cuts and bruises, etcetera these air from throwing projectiles, rocks, bricks, etcetera. Several officers also had something that appeared to be blood intentionally thrown on them. Unfortunately, all 23 have been treated and released. As it relates to looting investigations. We have 297 reported incidents. As to damage and vandalized vehicles. There were nine Yesterday. There were 81 arrests that were made citywide during the civil unrest. The breakdowns are as follows. For burglary 53. Eight arrests for assault on police One arrest for aggravated assault. Four arrests for robbery. One arrest for arson. Two arrests for criminal trespass one for vandalism, seven for disorderly conduct. And four CBN's were issued for failure to disperse. I'd like now like to turn it over to First Deputy Commissioner Melvin Singleton will give a timeline of yesterday's events. Good afternoon, all So starting at approximately 6 P.m. in the area of 5200. Times Street, we had approximately 1000 protesters form up in Malcolm X Park. That group What westbound on Pine Street towards the district, which is at 50 50 Pine Pine Street. Eventually. Well, this particular protest the group split up. Form back up again and marched around the area of Southwest Food off your between Market Street and Pine Street. It eventually devolved into brick throwing to the commissioner. She mentioned blood throwing Out there with several officers being hurt. Some vehicle was set on fire on again. We had to make numerous arrests simultaneously occurring Wass. A looting. Burglary taken to place with approximately 1000 people estimated at Castor are amigo. We had set up in the city, roving looting patrols as well. A static patrols in the area and this particular location of Castor there there. Amigo also had that coverage. However, 1000 protesters was Not expected. I'm sorry. 1000. Looters were not expected. We had zero information toe warn us of this and it required us to Put ourselves into a priority calls the service configuration in terms of radio calls. The free officers tto handle, particularly and specifically ballooning going on at Castor in there, amigo. Just take some time. However, together those resource is city wide. We gathered. The resource is it got the necessary amount of officers to that location, But by that time several stores have been looted and damage was done. And East Division particularly we made 22 arrests. We had In that area. Two officers assaulted as well as two vehicles vandalized during that time. But to be clear this mission's point we are continuing to on will always move towards and affect the rest of looters and burglars when their car In this particular situation. We had Teo calm or resources to that location.
New York City Transit workers to get COVID tests at subway yards, bus depots
"Will will be be able able to to get get tested tested for for Corona Corona virus virus and and bus bus depots depots and and train train yards yards across across the the city. city. It's It's a a first first widespread widespread virus virus testing testing in in the the empty empty workplace workplace Chairman Chairman Pant Pant boy says. For Brooklyn bus depots and two of the biggest subway yards will get their own testing sites. Look, the goal of this is to minimize public health risk to our employees first into our customers. The goal is to have as few infections is possible roving test sites and a partnership with North Well help will make over 19 testing available to all employees. T. W You, Local president Tony you Tano. And I'm going to suggest that every one of my members you need toe wear your mass of the test will be voluntary using nasal swabs with the results back in 24 to 48 hours. Al
Los Angeles - NTSB Unable To Determine What Sparked Dive Boat Fire Which Killed 34 People Off Santa Barbara Coast
"A deadly dive boat fire off the coast of Santa Barbara. The results of the investigation have finally been released. The National Transportation Safety Board says it won't be able to determine the cause of the fire aboard the dive boat Conception in September of 2019. They say the boat was too damn Bridge to pinpoint the source. 33 passengers and a crew member died. Investigators say the crew did not follow requirements for having someone work is an overnight roving patrol. The investigator in charge Adam Tucker, said One of the biggest issues they uncovered was the lack of regulations for smoke detection, and he's recommending the board and act more regulations for smoke detection on small passenger vessels. Maryland.
Owners of California dive boat faulted for fire that killed 34
"The NTSB says the failure of the owner of a dive boat to provide perfected over effective oversight is the probable cause of last year's deadly fire off the set of Arbor. Ko's not only did truth aquatics not maintain a roving patrol that likely could have detected the fire that erupted on its boat conception earlier and increase the chances of escape having two means of escape. Which accident but with both exited into the same area of the vessel. That certainly impedes the ability to evacuate. That's National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt. He says they did make recommendations for the U. S Coast Guard to require that all small passenger vessels with overnight accommodations provide a secondary means of escape into a different area. So any potential fire won't affect both paths. We hope that our actions from today Will prevent Such disasters. In the future. Investigators found that the use of alcohol or drugs for which conceptions deck crew was tested was not a factor. It's believed the fire originated in an area where numerous electrical devices were charging, although a definitive ignition source was not
Chicago police to increase number of officers on roving anti-violence team
"Six killed in a rash of violence over the weekend in Chicago. ABC is Ryan Burrow has more Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown Monday announcing efforts to curb the violence in the city, including adding 200 officers to a community safety team. Those officers will be deployed to hot spots across the city. It's the latest strategy in here. That's seen murders and shootings in Chicago rise to levels not seen in years, Chicago police say while year to year numbers are off, they have seen the numbers of homicides and shootings gradually going down in recent months. Right, Bro ABC NEWS Chicago Over the Wall Street
Senate Republicans push for announcement of Supreme Court nominee
"Trump and Joe Biden on the stakes of appointing a new justice to the Supreme Court in the final days before the election, and it's time now for our Sunday group GOP strategist Karl Rove. Fox Fox News at night anchor Shannon Brain who covers the Supreme Court for US, and Noel Athe of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service. Panel. I've done some reporting on this, and here's what I have been hearing from a source a top source close to the process. Republican senators and White House officials are pressing the president to announce His nominee before the first debate next week. Ah, consensus seems to be developing in the Senate toe hold confirmation hearings confirmation hearings before the election, but delay a final vote till a lame duck session after November 3rd. To protect vulnerable Republicans who are up for re election. As for the nominee, the early focused on the White House not settled yet. But the early focuses on two federal appeals court judges any Cockney Barrett of Indiana and Barbara Lagoa of Florida, Carl What is your sense? I'm sure you're talking to people at the White House and in the Republican majority in the Senate. What's your sense of where this is at it? Well, I think you outlined it. I think the president is prepared to make a quick nomination. I suspect that the Senate is ready Assumes the FBI does its background check one of the things about doing both of doing either. One of these two appellate judges is that they were confirmed by the by the Senate in recent years, so the FBI background check will only need to be sort of an update, not a complete new deep dive. So The process is on its way. I suspect in a rather rapid fashion. Do you think the confirmation hearing happens before the election, But the actual vote happens after they hold that for the lame duck. I wouldn't be surprised to see the committee hold hearings and maybe even vote before the election. But I don't expect that with just over 42 days, 44 days. I guess it is that that it will be possible. Teo bring this all the way to the floor before the election.
"rove" Discussed on Newt's World
"The wedding of your campaign manager Bob, we'd in late January or early February of Nineteen, seventy nine and we met at his Bachelor Party which was at a redneck bar on a dirt road in southeast Georgia and. We all sat down in budget twenty year olds and you and you're the freshman congressman. We sat down order around a beers in you turn to us and said I could be just like Henry Clay in the war wigs and began to talk about how we could take back control the US House representatives. It was the most fascinating evening and the worst Bachelor Party I've. Ever been to I have to say a fantastic evening I apologize for ruining the Bachelor Party has turned out to be a longer march than I thought at the time but we did audibly get there and you're part of the reason we'd had great breakthroughs in Texas. You'd is something though day on Hannity that I really wanted you to show people because the depth of. Dishonesty Democratic. Memories. As they talk about the early days of the Chinese virus recovered nineteen between what really happened and would they would not wake us to believe happen is pretty amazing. Could you just walk through the gaps between their version and reality? Your point about dishonesty it really is either dishonest or it is they warped memory I don't know which one it is but Biden for example in June. said the president trump did quote did not listen to guys like me back in January? Saying we have a problem a pandemic is on the way. And then in May he said, if he just listened to me and others and acted just one week earlier to deal with this virus, there'd be thirty, six, thousand fewer people debt. Even. The Washington Post found that comic completely unsupportable engage, Him Four Pinocchio and why? Because look the record shows what Joe Biden was thinking more by what his advisors were saying than what he was saying because he wasn't saying all that much. But over the course of January February and March, we know what he was thinking by what his people were going out and saying publicly now he did start this. On January. Twenty seventh he wrote an OP ED in USA. Today it's seven hundred, seventy three words long counted them all now two, hundred, ninety, two of them are spent defending the handling of the twenty fourteen Bola outbreak in Africa. which abol is intensely different than what we're facing now and it was far away never came to our shores because it was contained broad, he spent two hundred, sixty eight words decrying president trump's leadership style not with regard to corona virus but just generally just a lot of adjectives couple of verbs attacking the president personally, and he spent seventy four words suggesting that we faced quote the possibility of a pandemic. And then he gave a solution, one, hundred, forty words all of which were steps that he would take if he were elected president inaugurated in January of Twenty twenty one, he would beef the Public Health Emergency, Fund, which already exists he would amend existing laws to allow presidents declare pandemic emergencies, which the president already has the authority to do under the Stafford Act and he would fully fund what he called. The Global Health Security Agenda. Now, how any of these steps which would have been taken eleven months later would've helped us do anything with regard to what the crisis that we find ourselves now is beyond me. Incidentally, at the time, his op ED got panned the washing post later described it as quote more of an attack on president trump than a detailed plan of action. Now, four days later, the president of the United States. China travel ban and Biden almost immediately decries it as quote. Xenophobia in, fear-mongering. Now. The Biden campaign today says he wasn't referring to the band, but it sure sounds to me like it was. He's at an event in Iowa the president has just instituted a ban on travel from China specifically woo on and Biden says refers to hysterical xenophobia and. Read ex exactly what he was talking about. So the next day he went again to attack it saying quote disease has no borders. Let's be honest back. Then he was attacking it today he's trying to suggest he was now it's not just Biden. It's the people around Biden as well. It really is remarkable. January twenty eight as this is being talked about Ron Claiborne, who was for a time his top adviser on this issue, he was the guy in the Obama. Biden White House was in charge of Abol effort. He dismissed the China travel ban is premature the day before the travel ban is put in place Zeke Emanuel. Yes. That's roms brother. WHO's a physician at the University of Pennsylvania told CNBC viewers to quote take a very big breath slowdown and stop panicking and being hysterical the virus quote will go down as spring comes up. Pretty amazing throughout February all of these people around by can minimizing the threat. There's Doctor Irwin redlener on February six wrote that a global pandemic was quote not very likely and predicted that the chances of getting a severe potentially lethal form of the Wuhan virus is negligible. What's interesting to me is two things. One is he not only says it's negligible that this is going to be life threatening, but he also called the Wuhan. I wonder if he's a racist and xenophobic like the Biden campaign attacks president trump for referring it as balloon virus on February eleventh claimed played down likelihood the virus at a conference by saying quote, a serious epidemic of quote the evidence probably exist it's not that two days later attacking the president directly. He says, we don't have a covert nineteen epidemic in the US, but we're starting to see a fair epidemic. Now, what does that mean that means? You Mr President should not be hyping the danger of this disease. It's not a coded nineteen epidemic. It's a fear epidemic, and now they're trying to see all the president was downplaying that the present wasn't telling us the truth unbelievable. On the Twentieth Emmanuel pops up again with his similar suggestion quote warm weather is going to come and just like with the flu, the grown virus is going to go down. These are the people who are advising Biden people who are briefing. These are the people who he's sending out to attack the president by saying the president is hyping the threat from corona virus. Then we get to late February and we get that wonderful appearance by Nancy Pelosi in San Francisco worried about tourism in Chinatown. She goes out we all remember that come on and people come on back. It's time for you to coop come to Chinatown claim echoes three days later at a conference saying people. Should not be dissuaded by needless fears about Corona virus he added that everyone quote should tonight go down to Chinatown in their city and buy dinner and go shopping we all remember how stupid it looked when Nancy Pelosi did de remember the top advisor on a pandemic to Joe Biden is echoing a couple of days later literally on a program on CNN with Wolf Blitzer on February twenty-ninth. Doctor. Emmanuel is being interviewed when the news breaks of the first corona virus death at a nursing home north of Seattle. In literally he's on set with Wolf Blitzer and. He in Blitzer beginning to talk about what the response ought to be in a manual says quote. Running out and getting a mask is not going to help quote and then again downplays the threat. That's on February twenty-ninth. Those are the people are advising by the end there. Clearly advising don't let this thing grab control of the public dialogue from spitting people up. Needlessly this is not going to be a big deal at all. Then on March twelfth as it becomes apparent that the president is contemplating slapping travel ban on from Europe is remember what happened is this breaks out in Wuhan China Wuhan, and that part of China have significant traveling to northern in particular, the disease is spreading in northern Italy I'm beginning to run all across Europe. So the president is thinking about a travel ban on. Europe and Lisa Monica who is the Homeland Security Advisor in the White House under Barack Obama in a key adviser to now presidential candidate than Vice. President Joe. Biden. She goes on television and says, quote, a wall will not stop the corona virus tying to the wall on the southern border. But talking about the European travel ban March Ninth Biden had had a major rally. On the twelfth. He Echoes Lisa Monica and downplays intercessory of European travel ban. He talks about in person voting the till. April. Twelfth. I can't find in the period of January, February or through mid March anytime that the word masks crosses Joe. Biden's lips or social distancing or locked dentals or even calls for more protective gear none that until mid-march he finally says, you know we ought to use the defense production act to ramp up production of critical protective equipment for our health workers, and of course, two things. One is the president had already done that the day before and second of all the reason that we lacked p p. was because the Obama administration had run down the stockpiles and not replenish them. So here is the great genius who today to I'd only been in charge. This would have been done picture-perfect who for January. February part March is behind the curve and whose service as vice. President United States did not lead him to say, well, we've had this threat of a pandemic and didn't really emerge while we were in office, but we did distribute all of our PP equipment and because you can't keep that stuff on the shelf for years you have to constantly replenish. It he didn't say let's replenish it. He said, well, that was just the threat of an emergency. Let's.
"Years after I took the monastic vows trading all my worldly possessions for a pair of monk's robes I moved into a monastery that was off the grid remote and blissfully quiet one day. My friend Kim sent me a letter saying timber I. Understand why you love living there I mean who wouldn't but how can you honor your vows to be of service to others if you cut yourself off from the rest of the world and keep yourself tucked away in the mountain somewhere Kim didn't point out my hypocrisy because she's cruel or judgmental. She did it to shed light on what I couldn't see from where I was sitting that. My actions were not congruent with my words. There was no reason for me to get defensive because Kim wasn't on the offensive and fact Kim's comment had nothing to do with her personal needs or opinions it was about me saying one thing and doing another don't get me wrong I don't regret moving to the monastery in the first place. But after Kim's intervention, a couldn't justify staying envy see non violent communication considers unsolicited advice a form of bullying and judgment but Kim's comment wasn't unsolicited I have an understanding with all my friends that being supportive of one. Another does not mean blindly cheering each other on, for instance, if any of. US are about to repeat a harmful cycle that we swore. We wanted to break the drinking to excess getting into another dysfunctional relationship or deviating from a path. We have previously claimed we wished to follow we welcome intervention I. Mean I wouldn't tell my buddy John to stop smoking because never claimed he wanted to stop but I would definitely urge my friend Ashley to spend less money if she had previously told me that getting out of debt was her top priority. You see it's not about pushing my opinions on anyone. It's about supporting their decisions regardless of what I think and Buddhism we take refuge and what are called the three. Jewels, the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha the teacher, the teachings and other students on the path. My friends are my Sanga or my congregation if you prefer, and since you are my friend in your on this path with me, this month's intervention is similar to what Kim offered me many years ago. It's an invitation to reflect on areas in our lives where we are being hypocrites areas where we are not behaving in ways that are congruent with who we wish to be, and sometimes we even publicly claimed to be. We aren't always honest with ourselves because we often have too much shame or guilt around the decisions we make other. Times we are oblivious that we are out of alignment today. I urge you not to look back on your past behavior and wonder why you've done what you've done before but to decide how you can live from this moment forward. So that what you think what you say and what you do are all in harmony I warn you though something's going to have to shift to because you will either have to change what you think what you say or what you do before. You can live a congruent life and other words do your decisions reflect your values peck? Do you even know what your values are many of us never take? The time to write them down. For example, do we actually value being considerate or do we just like to think of ourselves as considerate neighbors even though we regularly run the dishwasher at one am in our third floor apartment with no consideration to our downstairs neighbors these little things make a big difference because the way we do one thing is the way we do all things. So let's do it all mindfully congruence consistency and transparency require us to be vulnerable and honest with ourselves about our strengths and our shortcomings. So go ahead and write down the kind of person you wish to be as well as the kind of person you. Currently are, and you will see for yourself where you have some work to do consider this your own intervention, which is defined as the action of becoming intentionally involved in a difficult situation in order to improve it or to prevent it from getting worse interventions like black lives matter and the metoo movement have forced all of us to examine where we have unknowingly unintentionally or unconsciously racist or failed to demand equality even while we claimed to believe in it and just like simply wearing amongst rove's does not make a monk or wearing a cross necklace does not make you a Christian in the words of Tyler durden sticking feathers up your. But does not make you a chicken. What we're talking about is having a strong conviction to live in line with our values so that we stay in our integrity and avoid all unnecessary suffering or battling with internal struggles. Suzuki row she said there are no enlightened beings. There's only enlightened activity. The people we consider enlightened are just like you and me they simply make enlightened activity part of their daily lives that is to say they walk the talk I think it's why my own teachers asked me one day. Why do you need the robes? Why can't you just be the guy in town with the bright is indeed why can't we all?
Mars Is The Place To Go This Summer
"Okay Joe Palca. We are talking missions to Mars. Let's start with the United Arab Emirates which launched its probe two weeks ago. As you said, this is the country's first mission to Mars Yup and the probe is called hope and it will arrive in twenty twenty, one and twenty twenty one is a big year for the U. E. as I'm sure you know Emily Kwong I do not Joe Palca, but you're going to tell me why, yes, I am a because it's the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the UAE which was established in nineteen seventy one. So the morality leadership was eager to do something. Something to celebrate and a mission to Mars seemed like a great idea, Joe, that is a pretty splashy birthday present. Yes. That's what I was hoping for my fiftieth birthday, but I didn't get it. But seriously, that's just one of the reasons that they were going to Mars, it's partly to celebrate, but I talked Sarah Murray the deputy project manager and science lead for the emerets Mars mission. The purpose was not only to get to Mars by twenty twenty one and have vowed scientific. Data coming out of the mission that is unique nature and no other mission has captured before. But more importantly, it was about developing the capabilities and capacity of engineers in the country. Interesting. Yeah. Sarah says that the country's leaders wanted the you A. to develop a more of a knowledge-based economy and building a Mars probe provided a focus for expanding the country's technological capabilities. Okay. So Sarah mentioned the unique nature of this mission. Joe Tell me about the probe and what it is designed to do. It's about the size of a small car in weighs about a ton and a half, and it has these solar panels that look like wings essentially an and when they're spread out, it's about twenty four feet wide and when it goes to, Mars it will go into a really unusual elliptical orbit that will take essentially over every point on Mars. Once a week, it's providing us with full understanding of the changes, the weather of, Mars. Throughout an entire Martian day and throughout all the seasons of Morris throughout an entire Martian year, which lasts roughly two earth years. Wow. So they're really trying to get a comprehensive picture of the Martian atmosphere right and it's not just over time. Here's David Brain. He's part of a team of scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder collaborating on the emerets Mars mission. The three instruments that are on the space craft will help us measure the atmosphere of Mars from the surface, all the way to space. which has really been done before with other missions and that's very cool. All right. Joe, I know that China's mission to Mars has been a bit shrouded in secrecy. Here's what we know that it's name is teen win one which means questions to heaven. But one of the most notable things about it is that it includes an orbiter, a lander Andrew Rover. So a spacecraft that orbits the planet can land on it and move across the surface. Right? Well, it's really it's got three parts. It's all pushed together for the trip there, but then they separate. The orbiter of course stays in orbit and does remote sensing of the planet, and also will serve as a radio relay station for the mission on the surface, and then they'll these two things together, Land Rover, and then the rover will drive down a ramp and explore around the landing site. So it's an interesting mission, and I think it's a little hard to say China is not obviously in the same category as. As NASA terms of look what we did look over here, look do this we you know there there are a little more circumspect about how they do their missions. But the scientists I've talked to say this is a very serious interesting probe and it puts China in a really interesting position because only one country has successfully landed and roved round on Mars. Can you guess which country that is Russia? Now it's a It's the U S. of course, Russia did actually land a probe. It's a question of whether to call it a success or not because it only sends signals back for a few seconds. So technical success, I guess but not a very interesting mission.
Hidden Histories - Rosewood, Tulsa, Chicago
"Halfway between Tampa and Tallahassee, a hundred yards off state route, twenty four and ten miles from the next town stands a handsome Pale Yellow House with decorative white trim on the two story porch. The house was the only survivor of an episode of such extraordinary violence that it boggles the mind how quickly and completely it was swept under the rug. An entire community was burned to the ground in an incident of racist asymmetrical warfare. And most people have never even heard of it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The community had been or technically still is Rosewood, Florida. It was settled by both black and white people twenty years before the civil war, but the Jim. Crow segregation in the Post Bellum decades put a clear divide into the community. The town was incorporated in eighteen seventy after it got a post office on a train stop and was named Rosewood for the Pink Cedars that were also the base of its economy. Residents worked in lumber, yards, mills, and even a pencil factory. Until the cedars had been overharvested, and the factories began to close. Most of the white residents moved to nearby sumner. But one couple John and Mary right who ran the general store? They were kind to their neighbors, and were known to Slip Candy to the black kids who hung out at the store, possibly because their own children had died young. The white flight continued into the nineteen twenties when Rose Woods population of about two hundred was entirely black plus the rights. The little hamlet got by just fine. Until New Year's Day nineteen twenty-three. Over in Sumner, a woman named Fanny Taylor woke her neighbors, saying a black man had broken into her house and attacked her. Rather than alert sheriff, her husband immediately gathered a group of men. Including clansmen who were in the area for a rally and a tracking dog. the, dog, lead them to the railroad tracks, which led to Rosewood. The mob, which would grow to be three hundred strong got it in their head that they were looking for a black man named Jesse Hunter who had escaped from a chain gang. The dog ran through the open door of a house and back out with that of wagon tracks. When the homeowner swore that no one else had been in his house, the mob tied him to the back of a car and dragged him down a dirt road. Then they tracked down the owner of the wagon whose tracks the dog sniffed. When he also claimed ignorance and innocence, the mob mutilated and killed him. The mob came to the House of Sarah carrier the Taylor's laundries. Two dozen people most of them. Children were hiding inside having heard what was going on already driven out of their homes by fear. For whatever reason the mob was sure that carrier was hiding Jesse Hunter. They fired on the House and carrier. Sons returned fire. When it was over both Sarah and her son Sylvester carrier had been fatally shot, though Sylvester had managed to kill two of their assailants. Had, anyone bothered to talk to Sarah carrier about Fannie, Taylor. She would have been able to tell them about Taylor's lover. Her white lover who she had been with before the attack. As, the mob kicked in the front door of the carrier house, the people hiding inside fled out the back door to the relative safety of the nearby. Swampy Woods. Not. All were able to get away though. Carriers, other son James was found by the mob who reportedly made him dig his own grave before killing him. The newspapers of the nearby towns caught wind of what was happening. They ran exaggerated. Retailing's of the siege of the carrier House and blatantly false reports of roving bands of armed black citizens. Seeing that even more white men poured into Rosewood believing that a race war had broken out. Apparently it's only a race war when the race you're targeting fights back. The manhunt and terror campaign wasn't confined to that single night, but stretched on for nearly a week.
Rohingya Refugee Camps Recorded First COVID-19 Death
"As hard as it can be for most people to maintain social distance consider how much harder it is for refugees packed into makeshift camps that is the reality for one a million Muslim minority rocking guy who fled Myanmar their camps are in neighboring Bangladesh and those camps recorded their first confirmed deaths from covert on June first Michael Sullivan reports two weeks ago Bangladesh declared parts of the Cox's bazaar district where the camps are located a red zone and climb to lock down on those areas as the virus spread I think everybody is very concerned that the numbers are going to increase significantly Louise Donovan is spokesperson for the U. N. H. C. R. in Cox's bazaar if you look at Bangladesh's Utica Cox's bazaar the numbers are increasing very rapidly and we're concerned that the same thing will happen in the camps camps that have some of the highest population density in the world Rahm das runs the roving the relief effort in Cox's bazaar for the NGO care international it is four times the density Arafat New York City eight times the density of Wuhan city about how activities but here you are at and that he says make social distancing in the camps almost impossible your contact the people inside the house thirty four hours they have to go out for food they had to go to the community Charlotte they have to go to the house that does though it thank you photo make sure that all the a million people followed the thunder one million people aid groups are struggling to finish twelve new clinics for COPD patients with a total of nineteen hundred beds by the end of June Robert look what does food for the hungry opened the first a few weeks ago we are using it as a crime I think casting top style because of the need on the ground we had to modify each better faster and to ensure that we are responding to that I did to needs which is called his clinic has fifty beds for isolation and treatment of moderate to severe cases another clinic outside the camp has one hundred and fifty more but critical cases the require intensive care and ventilators we'll have to go to the government hospital in Cox's bazaar and that worries him the number of beds in Cork's Bastos de limited as I talk now I told you there any beds that are blind right now with that being said all I did accident dropping their question Keysight Torah the number of cases another concern Rohingya in the camps are reluctant to come forward for testing and instead self medicating with help from makeshift pharmacies inside the camps so Tom Raheem ola runs one after another not that excited again about it do you fear he's the go to the clinic the doctors will send them to a different team not just them but their whole families so they come here in the state yes me Dara is arriving activist who works for an international aid group to build awareness in the camps my name and the lamb are bad I hope they will guide you right now some deep blue sea yeah I'm afraid to go to the cleaning because they have heard there will be Q. we told them no and explain what isolation and quarantine are and we told them if there are C. will get treatment and Judy are better then they will go home but people are still suspicious the Bangladesh government's ban on internet in the camps isn't helping people get information either and then there's the rainy season which brings a slew of illnesses that present much is cobra does with costs eighty bones and fevers that leads people to self medicate for those elements instead of getting tested combine that with the fear factor and it's little wonder that some aid workers worry the number of cases in the camps is far greater than what's being reported so far
"rove" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Back on the guidance and showed earlier today there were reports and even actually percolating for a few days that Karl rove the so called architect behind President Bush in his election campaigns is now advising the trump campaign we spoke with Carl earlier on this program here's part of what he had to say I just wonder if you would share with us your overall thoughts on the state of the race and the contours of the race and what you think the trump campaign is will sit well situated to be doing right now and maybe some areas where they have to make up some ground well people don't don't believe everything you read the press I saw this story that has to be looked at by a guy like Brad Parscale I consider my friend up because I've become quite a fan of his I think he's got a sharp mind great instincts and he's you know occasionally Coleman and fast because you know I haven't been through this girl of crime to reelect president myself he is kind enough to call the clearly think what you think about this or should I be worried about that but the idea that I'm somehow deeply ingrained into the trump campaign I got a busy life with phonics and Wall Street journal in speeches and yeah it's unclear exactly seven minutes just to read your intro right you get you got a lot of stuff that you're involved it just it just ask so would it be fair to say that you are occasionally informally advising the trump campaign is well I don't I think that's even too far okay but it's good enough to call the incident what he put out there okay I am an I'm happy to give up on party supplies you can do with it what you will see on the outside looking in what do you see you're going to be a very close election and I think the personal conduct of the two campaigns particularly in the period after the conventions is going to be critical thinker what each campaign could and should be doing now the code set the stage for that but we want to create a which people were intensely engaging Mr in the democratic primary Republicans and Democrats were paying a lot of attention to politics and then just simply the settlement of the democratic presidential contest and then if you couple that with the corona virus you'll pay less attention to politics number phone side going to be doing things now to set the stage for this call but once we get to the to conventional turn out back to back in the late August it is going to be sort of like in the only campaign in our lifetimes are many American flight comes it comes close to the nineteen eighty campaign people may not remember it well it may not even be a lot of people are not even around port even despite the difficulties regionally Carter had suffered he was ahead going into the quality agreed to only one debate and people were saying to themselves do I want to continue with our with our Carter do I want to go with the other guy in the personal conduct of the candidates came down to the to the only debate in the final weeks of the campaign and the doubts that were there about Ronald Reagan for race class performance of those debates literally people are paying attention to you know each and every day so how well each candidate's defeat good each day mattered a lot of the final decision of the voters I think the same thing is going to happen this time around all my theory of the case recently has been Joe Biden is benefiting from relative invisibility he's barely out there he's doing occasional interviews they don't typically go very well but people aren't really thinking about him he's an alternative to someone who is ubiquitous is the trump campaign doing enough to define Joe Biden is it hard to do it when he's in his basement because everyone's focus on a pandemic well pretty well let me say I think you're right he benefits from a little bit to use in the basement but I think probably the biggest benefit he had was in securing the nomination the Democratic Party in the early Alloway everywhere you know all everybody was counting allowed South Carolina what most people are counted about I want to thank you Mr rove if you missed any of that interview any of our conversation you can go back and listen for free the podcast is always free of charge at guy Benson show dot com or on iTunes on Spotify when we come back the home stretch curious Christine up re emerges as she becomes a puppy owner for the first time she's gonna ask for some advice from a seasoned pro yours truly because I've had a job for three and a half years so I guess I'm an expert we'll see how that goes after this for the full interview and more go to guy Benson show dot com.
Lawmakers to vote on amended Surveillance Bill
"Newly approved proxy voting could soon be used in the house when lawmakers take up a revised bill designed to overhaul the nation's surveillance laws the Senate passed the amended bill last week sending it to the house for action house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler says he views the amended version of the bill is a step in the right direction saying I regard the Senate amendment as an improvement to the bill not huge but an improvement among other things the bill renews to expired provisions one that authorizes investigators to go after so called lone wolf terrorists the other renews roving wiretaps which are not tied to any specific phone number
Lydia Millet talks about “A Children’s Bible”
"A little bit about the story. You're telling in a children's Bible so this is Tale of a group of children mostly teenagers who are being forced by their parents to spend their summer vacation together in a rented robber. Baron kind of mansion in the country and to strongly resent and disliked their parents and in the midst of this storm comes kind of ethics storm and with it. A great flood and chaos descends on the House that they're living in and the children's sort of rebel against their parents. Okay so if you weren't clued in by the great flood you might be clued in by the name of the narrator. Ev Or eve think is about fifteen that you are doing something allegorical here with the Bible of the title. What function does the Bible have in the story? The stories that used to be often made into Bible stories for children the parts of the Bible that were translated in especially the forties fifties and sixties for children to read are selected parts of the Bible for example the book of revelation the revelation to John is typically left out of children's bibles. It's not left out of my children's Bible but it was deemed too harsh and dark and bloody I think for children to to read and so in in Children's Bible stories that that used to proliferate aren't aren't as common now often illustrated you would have you know the the Noah's Ark Story and various more child friendly pieces of the Old Testament and the new and so I've used to structure the plot kind of some of the events from those Bible stories and and then also there is a little boy in the book. The baby brother of of Av who narrates it. Who's given a children's Bible? They come from a secular family in New York and he's given a Bible by one of the mothers that they're sequestered with in this big summer house and so he starts to read it and he doesn't really understand it. His favourite books are frog toad. George as they should be as they should be so he sort of interprets it in his own little boy little secular boy way in so. There's a sort of also a parallel there so it's his Bible the Children's Bible. It's also it's also sort of the framework for for the plot of the novel. It's interesting when you talk about child friendly as defining what ends up in a children's Bible because the stories of course are still fairly terrifying. I remember getting up to Cain and Abel in in my own children's Bible and then being like all right. I think I'm done here with this year. Book of Tales. There's a lot of brutality. There's there's not sort of prophetic Apocalyptic Gore of of the book of revelation. But yeah of course. Even the you know. The Noah's Ark story is extraordinary and apocalyptic in its own way. Of course it's sort of has a happy ending if you want to read it that way where animals get saved and the good people get to live on after the flood. Talk a little bit about the children of title because as you said. They're they're not quite children. I mean they're they're mostly teenagers and they seem very sophisticated right. So I'm never too interested in developmental. Vera similitude with characters like they are sort of hybrid child's adults as teenagers really are but the kids in this book. They use a lot of swears you know they're harsher language in judge mental but at the same time they're prater naturally articulate to a certain degree and I think because in a sense I wanted to respect their voices I wanted to make them authoritative in sort of straight guys in the book against the chaotic collective of the parents who are who are objectified generally for I hope humorous effect but they're they're sort of unable to manage their families in their lives and the teenagers and a couple of young children who make up sort of band of roving humans at the center of the story they armature in you know in certain ways essentially. This is a book envisioned for adults to read. And I don't I don't feel like I need to sort of talk down to to either children and teenagers or to those who are reading the book by by Infanta. Leising these because you know. We all know how resilient teenagers can be. And how selectively brilliant they can be whilst also having these blind
Political paid media verses earned media and what it means for campaigns
"Yeah I mean look at it. Earned media is king. What is that so you two types of meters earned and paid paid? Tv commercial or did you stick yourself shooting yourself and then hey fortress and there's earned media which is which is good news interviews me sitting down with you so you cut. The only good thing is major more valuable. It used to be exactly. Thank you for that. Cbs executives major isn't it for God's sake I know but major fantastic the ask look so that's more that's more important. Earn me what you can create either on websites or social media traffic or someplace else is more important than what that what you used to invest in price highly just four or five or six years ago so nobody spent more on TV in the presidential primary. Then pardon me then thinking at twenty sixty and makes me wanNA cry is Jeb Bush Jeb Bush but more on TV than any other candidate we all know how that way and it was also failure in a miserable waste of his donors money. Donald Trump spent less on paid media than any other candidate and he won. So let's just do number Michael Bloomberg spending more than one hundred million dollars on advertising digital and television. We have no idea how much you spend on field. But some soup factor of tens of millions on top of that and has a handful of delegates. Donald Trump spent seventy million dollars and he's present United States I would just Bloomberg campaign was like a movie that had the biggest Budget for marketing. The best trailer and some people that you wanna go see and then the minute opening weekend happened. Word of mouth killed it. Dead right was soon as people saw Michael Bloomberg on stage. I think the air popped out of that balloon and said Oh wait a minute. This guy's not ready to go. Up Against Donald Trump. We can't do that. So what has changed in your in politics this digital digital okay talk about digital. I remember when I was first doing campaigns. The original tech person was like some intern who was doing websites. Then that person became like social media person who all worked for the communications director at the kids table so the kids table they work for the communications director. They didn't get to the big meetings and they were just posting stuff online. And then it's a whole department and then it went to like you know and the twenty sixteen. Hillary Clinton basically ran a digital campaign and it was all digital. They had very little field operations to you have to do. Both you have to figure this with the Obama. People who did well they had a great digital operation. They also stories for its time. They talk to voters face to face figured out how to blend the best of both worlds But what's really different now. The number of people who are on facebook in particular limits almost like the phone. It's like a utility. Everybody uses it. So you've got to be able to communicate with people online and you didn't have to digital is just like television in that it's a tool but but the real thing is that paid digital is no different than paid television in that. It's not as effective. What makes Social Media? Effective is the social aspect around. That's well that's my friend. Well my friend sent this to me or they on their page and it's that authenticity now people don't trust anything anymore right and you can't so back in two thousand four ladies and gentlemen you can read books about this but I covered that campaign and the Bush campaign had a very big commitment to what they called. Third Party verifiers. This was before social media. So what was the third party? Verifier your neighbor is your pastor. Your Little League coach always been true. The person in your world who's not your best friend right but is someone you generally trust and would consider in your larger circle of friends and they said Hey. I'm a Bush supporter. Oh really that became amplified. It is amplified for good or bad on social media in both directions absolutely that was the beginning of micro targeting being used in campaigns That Rove started doing that Karl Rove yes and the. It's now because things are so much faster now. It is tougher to use it in the same scientific way. That communication is so rapid. And there's so much of it. We measured in two thousand sixteen the earned media impressions and the paid media impressions of every candidate in the primary and there was only two weeks of the entire primary campaign. We were measuring that. Donald Trump didn't have more earned media impressions than than every other campaigns earned paid combined right. And it's usually by a substantial marks. Right right definitely right and so at the end of the day it is about that. Authentic communication. So you had. You had the candidate that have Kansas to this before we go the fun game segment so Jamal people ask me. All the time are are. We are politics and celebrity. Now intertwined and only the only way to run anymore is to celebrity No I don't think that's true because you can build somebody to celebrity can turn somebody into a celebrity. Okay I do think though politics and personality are you. Can't the lenses of how people are looking at you look at you from so many different directions? We've always done this television but now it's not just television. Is Mitt. Romney learned? It's the waiter in the room with the with the camera phone whose recording you while you're talking you've got to be the person you are in public and you're going to be that person all in a way in campaigns we didn't use to have to figure out what to say when you go out there out there and do it and you come back in the room and be all Taylor if you wanted to. You can't do that
New York Traffic Update
"As we head over to the traffic center Ken Daniels what do you got that's a building traffic at the George Washington bridge with actually being worked on to the envelopes tears I got a crash shot by the New York towers now blocking of three lanes are it's three lanes blocked in about up here that is not good just one lane getting by you're in about the laser built up to about twenty minutes lower level so looking like the best bet for the cars of course you can opt out completely go for the Lincoln or the Holland both of those are just very minor delays so far the end of George watch bridge up steers with some big trouble across East River Throgs neck Whitestone RFK Triborough doing five minutes of slow down still on the van white just hearing about this if all you are some of them like you are in for a little while now we've got a broken down truck smack dab in the center lane so dealing with that still trying to get that out of Iraq to the Westchester moving along on the New York State Thruway both ways into the Tappan Zee I we got no troubles in Connecticut Connecticut turnpike or Merritt parkway where construction free overnight doing it the way of course there's some construction south padre to twenty one right near the New York Connecticut life now the ongoing roving appears there but they should be wrapping up shortly and mass transit well eligible armature north Jersey tried to trains and the path are on or close to schedule the subways broke down six trains delayed why they request us to me a messa police assistance with some activity at Astor
"rove" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"Have we have asked for the documents about your consideration what you did any refer refuse to turn them over to us so rather impeach you for obstructing us. We're going to pass a resolution century. The remember that great I it's it's a hell of a time waiting for the ice. Show no listen to ours and say Ha. They couldn't impeach him. He just got a sensor guilty. That's fine. That's fine. That's better for the country than going through this drama of we're adding to the moment of travel as anybody. His moment of tribalism is good for the country. If you're a Democrat and I attack you you're GONNA Rally Democrat. No matter how bad they are if your view tackle Republican and you're a Republican you're gonNA rally to them. No out or how bad the WE'RE GONNA travel mode oh but and this is going to do nothing but add to it. You know it was interesting to me. I I understand look I again. You were sitting there. I was for all the reasons you said I was against impeachment. Just as a strategic matter I and strategy is not just about your thoughts about the country so I felt that way. These are a new set set of facts. This isn't about what the president know and when did he know it. We know what the president new because he said it what wait wait. Let's be careful. Please please Dmitri Tell Vladimir. I'll have more flexibility after the election really okay. We're GONNA make a big scene about that and say by got. The president of the United States was asking Vladimir to do him a favor of the election yet. It'd be more flexible flexible after he wasn't he wasn't asking him he wasn't asking them to to dig up dirt on. Mitt Romney and help them in the electoral but Hillary Clinton was what should we do about that. She takes money millions. It gives it to a law firm to hire fusion. GPS Dr Christopher Steele a British secret service. They didn't take no. You brought it up. Don't I don't want to go to do about that. WanNa go please as a country star dead hang on one SEC. Wait let me right. Let me finish their GRANDPA. My point is my point is you're right about these districts and and the people were most reluctant to go along on impeachment and were these reps from these districts and their standards and the thing that opened the floodgates here was that seven very thoughtful members of the House House who came from these districts who may if in your under your analysis and you may be right maybe imperilling themselves people who serve the country in the military people who serve of the country and the intelligence services have came forward and said if these facts are true then this is an impeachable offense impeachable angel offense. They said we we should investigate. They didn't implicit if sex ever again implicit in several of them were asking several of them were asking voted for impeachment impeachment inquiry okay but okay. I got that but let's also not kid ourselves. It has become a a matter of faith inside the Democratic Party. Jerry Nadler alert is one of the most liberal members of the house and yet he is imperilled because he's been attacked from the left because he's not moving fast enough so let's not kid ourselves ourselves. Every Democrat is not operating simply by saying well. I'm just looking at this a politically and without consideration my own future once again the problem. They couldn't finish once again. I don't know can you I can't I can't put once again. The Fridge is both parties are keeping people hammered into positions as you said earlier. They're afraid where they're going to get yours you know. I don't think I'm kidding myself thirty years in practical politics. I agree impeachments. It's bad for the country and Democrats have a political agenda. I've been a lot of Republican meetings. We have one too but if you don't want something bad for the country don't do what else is bad for the country which is held to a Putin Stugz in the Oval Office that it's okay to interfere elections and then Paul up whose entire life line signed with Russian proxy troops on their soil is a relationship with us and say yea now but let me about a favor. I hear that Biden guys corrupt is L. Send my lawyer not even in the State Department over there to dig up dirt on them got it. Yeah I look quid pro. Quo Is not in the transcript. You've been around around politics enough to decode that because it's not obligated look look at. I'm not going to defend the conversation he shouldn't have had it and he shouldn't be having Rudy Giuliani wandering around and we got to we've got to we've got to people in government trying to keep trying to clean up after his mess but the question is does it rise to the level of overturning the results results of the two thousand sixteen election and removing him from office now. You're everybody's entitled the opinion but let's just let's just be clear about it. We have an election that is going to take place less less than one year for when the House makes action it. We really want to go through them and again particularly okay fine fine. We're going to put the house is going to do it. You think the the Senate GonNa go along no so we're going to end up in a situation where the country is going to be inflamed even more. I guess what is not going to happen because we've now taken the step step in and so the train wreck is common rog. We're all going to be watching is by God. It's GonNa be blood and Gore everywhere and we're GONNA watch it but everybody's he's going to suffer. Republicans are going to suffer in the Senate because we've got people in states that are narrowly right states. Colorado Maine is going to be a problem for one of the most I was one of the most reasonable people in the United States. Senate is going to be damaged by this because whatever happens she's going to try and do what she thinks is the right thing on a reasonable basis so and then. Democrats we're going to have some quality. Democrats who a district where they say got Nebraska Oklahoma Five Bam back in the Republican column why because one thing because she's going to have to vote for impeachment excellent go to you. We'll we'll see if this happens and I believe you're scenarios right the Republicans. Most of them will shut it down and I think the easiest job in the world will be a Democratic turnout consultant at that the point but asks do your thing and then we're gonNA agree on free enterprise by going to a commercial one quick thing. I heard those same arguments about the treatment of Brett Cabinet. This is going to help Democrats are going to you. They're making a case against him. The country is going to rise up in opposition to the Republicans over the cabinet. Nomination in the exact opposite happened proving that we can't rip predict with great certainty how the ordinary Americans are. GonNa react and they're going to react to. This is the last time we want to close one two points in North Carolina nine China midday with a conservative Democrat candidate no Elizabeth but women getting beat all over the place running run under our numbers guy anyway acts. I know you want to get in. It's a I mean. I guess the answer your question and I've wrestled with this. Okay the answer. Your question is is there nothing that a president can do that would warrant impeachment at some point. Do you have to like you know and I've said this every time we've been together. I disagree with many things that George W. Bush did. I never felt like He. I I never believed that he did anything that he didn't think was in the best interest of the country that he didn't think he treated US incredibly well in the transition and after we hammered his policies for two years and he did it because he thought he was the trustee of the democracy and a admired him for that. I can't think of another president say potential we Nixon in my lifetime and very few in American history who would uh behave like this and at some point. Do you have to say we need to draw a line here. Look it and we can we can talk history all day long this but but if we knew things about presidents would we have kept him in office if we knew that JFK and and Lyndon Johnson routinely made took advantage of the willingness of the FBI director to wiretap ordinary Americans and share the intimate details of their lives I would. Why would we be in today's environment if we found out that our current president Lyndon Baines Johnson was reading the transcripts of the wiretaps of Martin Luther King would we would we say yeah? We're okay with that. Then things changed times change the the difficulty with impeachment is that it really is undefined high high crimes and misdemeanors and it's sort of good art you know when you see it and the problem is some people like really bad art and I get it but I can't be happy about at the moment we found ourselves in there are plenty of blame to go around and but do I think today knowing what we know about a phone call in which he says I want to get the server that that that was used by the Russians to add to steal Kamari Clinton's email. I frankly one billboard have that. I want us to understand more fully how they went about doing this because this was an intrusion election on the other hand. I'm not worried about him saying well. You know a prosecutor looking to buy guess what would happen if they actually looked into Biden. Biden Biden. I bide made a mistake by by having a son on that board. We'll actually not by the Obama Administration made a mistake by letting biden be their lead lead guy in Ukraine knowing full well that not only was the son of the vice president on the Board of Brisbane but the political buddy and close family friend of the Secretary Critique of state was put on the board. I did some work in the former Soviet Union for about five years in the nineties. That's what you did. If you were coming out of the Soviet domination you hired Americans in order order to have them. You know we got stroke in Washington. Nobody should have led by go over there and be the lead guy on Ukrainian corruption but guess what he was doing. The right thing. Shokhin comes into office after the color revolution and says by God. I'm going after chef ski. Embarrassment and ten months later washes his hands of the whole fair and not only that but the rest of the work to rout out corruption so bide was over there doing the right thing by working against his son's interest because what he was saying was get a prosecutor cuter there who's going to go after these bad actors and guess the bad actors included..
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"PULL UP A chair tax on tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy mm-hmm morning. Everybody Moorings got to give back to the show. My ran here. Murphy's kicks so much ass you had a hip replace- The podcast today is being brought to you by Vicodin which should make an interesting show we are really pleased to be be here hacks on tap on the road here at the at the at the Texas Monthly Festival Texas Tribune Festival okay the Big Astara Fluffy here. We're here to be exactly. We're good glad to be here and I guess there's no way of avoiding it right the elephant in the room yeah access a camp burglar no no. There is a big issue in politics so let's start with it. The Texas Texas Senate race. What do you think get demographically. Things are changing here but still republican state but there's another issue that might be on every bill so handsome on tap. We should probably talk about it here. There's something going on in Washington. You know we were together on Tuesday morning. That's and we were we were being splashed and buffeted by the winds of of storm. We didn't realize by the end of the week it would be a category five hurricane true and that is this this Ukraine story in impeachment and now we're we're well into it and it feels different than the the other the many other controversies involving trump even the muller a report because you have the president in his own words words speaking in ways that create real real problems for me yeah my view. We're going to get into the politics of this thing because we could. We could do a three hour one on interpreting all this in terms of who did what that was wrong but you know the pressure meter in the democratic world is up because Presidential Primary Hi Mary going on. There's a lot of pent-up frustration on democratic side incomes a pretty simple narrative starring the president not the kind of complicated Muller report with these various Henchman Schmidt Upton who knows what so the Democrats had the opportunity to move strong move fast and they're mad is Hornets and they got. I'm never trump Republicans so I'm finding myself in the in the new world of remind but I think the thing I think the leadership decided to move fast toward impeachment Publican world perfectly court trump world is going to push back like crazy and now we're going to be into a political fight. That's GonNa take over everything for a while. So we're going to hear from Austin Zone Karl Rove shortly our guest John. It's all right you can over here in the Stetson and and he wrote earlier in the week that he thought that this would this would splash back in a negative way on Democrats and I was one who was very very leery about Democrats four Democrats about proceeding on impeachment because I thought that it would be viewed negatively and it would be viewed as politically motivated now. It seems to me the cynical move would be not to move forward because this was such a blatant affront that you'd have to make a very overtly political decision to say we're not. GonNa look at this. Yeah I mean and my instinct impeachment was would have been a mistake but now when the facts change so made the strategy. I do think if the leadership decided well we got the the old argument we have an election coming up the voters can impeach him then this thing will get in the way there's rested at the theory that could backfire which I don't think I subscribe to but for all for those reasons the problem is that they tried to bottle up the thing now with the power that Ukraine argument that there'd be a revolution the side of the Democratic Party because the grass roots would would eat their leadership so I think they've just started to harness that power and go for it and look. We don't know one this. This thing is going to move fast. We're GONNA learn more but the questions I've got start with one one for you is how does this change the laws of gravity and the Lens through which the Democratic presidential central primary. It's operating you can argue that now the general election Biden trump the main event has begun. You can also argue that. We're learning a lot about one hundred. Biden and a lot of guys whose names we can't can't pronounce and money that could be a subtext negative for Biden so you think well. I think it's unknown. I think that in the short run Biden may actually benefit from this because trump is identifying him as his principal. I mean look Watergate began because Richard Nixon was worried about Ed Muskie for right at the time. This is obscure American history so bear with us for a second he was worried about Ed Muskie and he wanted to influence the Democratic primary process and so he you know he his campaign put together subversive activities to undermine muskie they wanted George McGovern right who wound up losing forty nine nine worked out forty nine states I mean trump and his faithful henchman Rudy Giuliani plainly believe that that by news the most threatening candidate right or wrong. That's what they believe and polling at this moment would suggest that he is doing the best against trump he is reaching into those non college older working class white voters who are the core. I was struck by the the Fox News poll last Fox News poll which was in the last ten days non college educated White Women. He's underwater with them and and Biljana was winning by a so. These are things he's looking at. He's being told this guy could be. He's freaking out and that's what led to this. That doesn't mean that he's right that you know because Biden has to go the distance right doubts about whether or not he can in fact in the in the week before you know in the days before this story broke. There were two polls that surfaced that showed Elizabeth Warren marginally edging ahead of Biden nationally she we talked about last last week that she has the Iowa poll has taken marginally there and I think she's in a very strong the position there that is very clear that the that the trump people think that she would be a an easier opponent to beat. I'm not at all sure that that's always a great case. Everybody assumes stuff a year out and then more than often it's not and then the thing gets turned auburn unstoppable. Muskie with this and you know you one big bed saying it was unstoppable and then a little thing called the union leader car will remember work it does it sounds like an oxymoron unstoppable muskie right right so in this one the stuff we don't know is will will the. Biden folks decide to really engage and take this moment to say. It's me and trump death match. Let's go and try to tribally lineup all his troops right. Now is kind of happen gauging aging. I think that's a mistake because this is the best thing he's got going. It's risky it's dangerous but what he's got going so declared a state of war emergency in the Democratic Party and everybody sharp stick and go oh and see if you can unify thing if not if that doesn't happen and the subtext in people's minds as they washed us in the Democratic primary world thinking. You can have damned trump but this biden. We're GONNA get Hillary it again that honor whatever to help fifty thousand a month. I don't like it change the channel in the base. You've got Elizabeth Warren and no doubt this race right. Now is Elizabeth Warren versus the field and vines atop the field but there are a lot of these understudies hanging around who are more than happy to slide up there and say how'd you like to run against trump during impeachment when the Republican Senate those bad puppets clear him Merrick garland style wave the battle flag was somebody who it doesn't have to explain hunter by before you hurt. There's nothing well I agree with you and I and I think that he should seize this his best moment in this whole campaign was I think the speech after the after the terrible massacre in El Paso and but you know there are moments and you have to seize them. I'm sure he has I don't know whether that's because he feels he doesn't want to engage on the hunter issue issue but he needs to maintain that sense that this is the main event the two of them but you mentioned the the the gutless list Republicans in in Garland mode if I can pay cruel yes but just just for time say thankful senators unders examining all the facts and the full takes to say see how long that takes saying the guy who said quoting one of them that thirty that's for you. Ah You're like a big newsmaker hardly because then Jeff Flake pick it's like an it's like an auction here jeff picked up and said no thirty five billion his lawyers say flake. You're smoking something thirty eight but he doesn't matter they're look Parkas. It's not a secret ballot you you asked right now. The average Republican senator and I would even say the average politician for different issues like include the Democratic senators to choose between something like visit losing admittance to the Senate barbershop and the two dollar haircuts. That's where they're lined up. They're afraid of their primary voters and their primary voters. Most of them are GonNa be with the the tribe with the president so nobody nobody could appreciate the desire to get a good haircut more than you and me well. That's that's true and if I were a senator I'd be waiting in the fullness of time to make sure all the facts come in. Mr Hannity is doing an investigation. I'd WanNa wait for that the so yeah look the the Biden thing is for let me just get back to that because I'm kind of obsessed with it this Biden's moment and there's something about the Biden campaign where they say look internally. I know some people aren't I like him. I think they're smart but the weather operating is look. We got a danger prone gaffe machine here so we got to put a big iron belt around and not let them get near anybody. Who's going to say something. Well guess what newsflash everybody knows. He's that it's built in and they kinda like him. I bottle it and say so much art. Another great gap from the fighting Democrat is going to save us from trump now. They're afraid to talk about Hunter Biden well. We better get ready to talk about one hundred five because I can go this huge. This been a problem from the beginning they've kind of he's in like a candidate protection program. He's he's in is in a bubble double and you cannot hide in a presidential race. You cannot hide. I said years ago I sit there like Mri's for the soul. Whoever you are yep it gets exposed over time because the coverage is so intense and if you duck and if you hide it is noticeable and that is the concern I like Joe Biden and I worked with Joe Biden. He was in my view..
"rove" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Rove is widely considered to be a political genius. He was the architect of President Bush's to electoral campaigns. And he had a lot of policy influence in the White House. And he's a guy who left college because well, because it just wasn't worth it to him. He found he could. Learn more in the field that in classroom listening to him, you start to think if you can learn so much by doing why bother getting a degree but mom's, an atypical experience. I mean, I think I was in the last generation that could be stupid enough to get a college degree, which credentials matter. I mean, the Bill Gates of the world who go onto found Microsoft after dropping out of Harvard are few and far between the Karl rove who go on to be senior adviser to the president after you never completing your degree are few and far between rove points out that he did. Learn. A lot in college. But not the kind of things you might expect the best course I ever took in college was a it was in my sophomore year, and it was a course in Shakespearean literature. Learn more about political communications that one semester from a Catholic nun that I've learned in any political, science, course, it made me aware of the power of language, and how telling a story, a political campaign is about big issues. But you have to describe a narrative, you have to create a story line, what is this all about? So as of today, how close are you to getting under? How are you think? I'm about I'm the my language requirement and about think about six hours or not hours beyond that math. Correspondence course and, and language is now the language is gonna kill me and realistically. You think here we're going to get your college degree? Let's keep it out there as a goal. You know, life is about, you know, upward upward vision.
"rove" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"Well, of course, that exist about exist with any woman who has experienced the agony of not fitting into gender is defined by rigid rove is hardly insensitive to the suffering of transportation, and like transfer since many women have felt dissatisfied with their body, but they found themselves in and it's likely disjointed state fanatic something their role but much of what those who identify as transfers since going through as with. It's also million through. Just one of the things that I might need more convincing is that this kind of gender disatisfaction, you're explaining is big part of of women's lives and the kind of gender disatisfaction. Trans individuals have has the same kind of explanation has a Unical explanation for gender disatisfaction warranty, the same kind of treatment. I guess that's one thing. I need more convince convincing. I don't know what you mean by. Warranting what kinds of treatment only exist because? There. There are institutions now that do with it and initially the dealing with. It was pretty bad. It was really. Mandating that individuals had to pass and their desired sucks for a couple of years. And now on. I don't know what you mean by treatment. Because now the focus is on self identification. Inefficacious supposed to be a solution to that. Right. The idea was it's a huge bird into place on trans individuals who don't wanna pass. And then there's like, okay fine. Now self-identification is supposed to be a solution to that. Right. Why would you have to self identify as a woman? Why is self identification solution when you're self identifying as something as something else? Which would you use the same argument with white people, you know, who wanna pass as blacks, there's a big difference to become you know, who like Rachel Dolo Dolo say that they are black. I mean, that's that's not to me self explanatory argument that that self identification is a solution, self identification can also be delusion. You're the the explanation for why people self identify comes from something else. Something deeper I think it's heavily influenced by by cultural aspects, and by political aspects of what of what maleness and what female female, and this is in a society yet. Yes. So I guess the question is how are we supposed to? I'm just trying to get clear. I have a hard time seeing how to try. Transpeople with respect and equal rights while denying them treatment as the gender they're seeking to recognize how do you propose we do that not by changing the individual body, but by changing society, that's something that that feminists faced in the nineteen seventies. And you know, you can say well that's a lot to ask for. But it's no more. Than than what we had to go through. Let me give you he's from the book. So there's a chapter about trans women who are identifying lesbian feminists. Right. And I would have thought that an individual as you would mail body individual who transitioned, but then, you know, strongly identified with lesbian feminists in lesbian feminists spaces, you know, Olivia records, these kinds of places would have been something that was that allied itself with the right 'cause that was changing society. Right. But, but but you criticize that, but you don't get out ally yourself with the with the caused by becoming somebody. You're not. Finally, yes, Janice about the outing sandstone the lesbian feminist community. Leading to the events were Saturday had to leave the collective out of fear of violence, retribution. Janice denies having played a role in it. I did not out stone. She did name sandy in the book in the chapter Sappho by surgery, but Janice claimed she was reporting on an existing conflict not causing one party that outed. Stone was a west coast feminist newspaper called sister. This happened in nineteen seventy seven two years before my book was published. Jenna sent me a copy of an open letter that appeared in sister, July of nineteen seventy seven a group of signatories in the women's music community signed on to complain about sandy to Olympia records..
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"rove" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sidewalks and overpasses can freeze quickly. She called me back. Not long thereafter to go fake news. It's not slick at all. So there scenario one right scenario to is that the nice woman working suite that we're managing. She's like, oh, man. I think this weather's really going to hurt us the night. I go what weather just drove? Rove here, it's raining down. And then the third scenario is people buzzing around. What do you think this is going to do the crowd? One guy said I just got a call from one of the participating schools asking are we still on? It's raining. Well, do you see how the highways completely flip upside down with rain? I completely understand. And look I don't mean to make light of if you've been somebody who's been out there. I get it. All of a sudden, there's a squall kind of icy. I completely understand. But we are now condition in this market to whenever there's anything everybody. Immediately goes, oh my God. I can't drive come standard joke is you gotta go. Get your milk and bread, and eggs and never understood who sits around drinks milk. And each is brand apparently making dumplings is something is something you do when it's supposed to snow, but we had a little a little bit of ice freezing rain that kind of thing that afternoon, but it with came and went as quickly as here's here's the issue. And you brought it up with regard to your event. And with what I do. And with what so many people do for a living. That is weather dependent that if you freak people out, and they won't leave their house because it's raining, and it might do something you are. Killing business you are destroying business around town. And the other thing you remember this because when we were working party in the park, it seemed like every rain it rained every single Wednesday somewhere. And that's the other thing you have to keep in mind,.
"rove" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And see that it's especially when he's sitting there saying I'm honest, I don't lie like really straightforward with your wife that you're carrying on this really long affair with your co. Worker thing was he was climbing that he didn't have any bias that he leaves the political opinions at the door when he goes to work work. And I've heard that from a number of media people years ago from the Tom Brokaw's and of course, Dan rathers of the world. I forget a stain now, but they all used to use that same thing same with Dan rather anyway, I think it's amazing. You mentioned that you're supposed to leave politics at the water's edge, but these guys have just the opposite. They, they knew that Rosenstein knew that the president was going to meet with Putin today, and he therefore took the opportunity to pull the rug out from under allegedly. The president was briefed that these charges. We're coming before he, left for for Europe so it wasn't a complete surprise to the president was. A complete surprise I think everybody else Certainly was, but at least it wasn't, blindsided it would be. Different I would have. A bigger problem with the timing as far as the summit goes if he'd. Blindsided the president he, didn't, do that appreciate the phone call and. I think this is something that the, president should, bring up with Putin let us go to oh by the way the over the weekend Karl rove was on Fox News Sunday I think. And this is part of the problem and why Republicans lose a lot, and why, people like Karl rove are sort of out, of touch? They played the Louie Gohmert clip of Louie Gohmert basically telling Peter Struck you know were you telling the truth? You're you say you don't why did you lie to your wife when you were carrying on this affair, and, all the, all my God I can't. Believe you said that Karl rove and a couple of other. The conservatives on the show like yeah you know we shouldn't have done that. It was counterproductive to say that this is, why they lose this is why look maybe there was a time in. Politics where everybody fought By the Marquis soclean's berry, rules and it was. Gentlemanly and standing straight. Up the fists knuckles straight up boxing nothing below the belt days done Democrats. Accused Mitt Romney the, most, milk toast guy on the planet of. Killing a guy's wife with cancer he, don't get, much more despicable than that and we're supposed to not bring up that Peter Struck was lying to his wife as he's sitting there telling. The world that he doesn't lie you have to bring it up you, have to, fight dirty you can lament that you have, to fight? Dirty but that doesn't change the reality of needing to fight dirty that is if you want to win I? Don't know sometimes I question whether or not these people want to win we'll get to more news more, your, phone calls, for note WCBS.
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"Hello and welcome to managing cutoff i'm anthony colangelo wanted to give some quick thoughts on this resource prospector situation the dust definitely has not settled here yet on whatever's going on with this mission but i did want to give some like first instincts thoughts on it and of think through where i'm at with this program and some of the things surrounding it so to sum up what has happened last week jim brian stein was sworn in as nasa administrator on monday and the same day resource prospector was cancelled now this was a mission that was still in the concepts and prototyping phase that would be heading to a perform proposal and hopefully funding towards the end of twenty eighteen to turn it into a emission that is in development rather than come concepts and the goal was to land this rover on the lunar poles and rove around find some ice in permanently shadowed crater there's as been theorized and kind of ground truth some of this data to see you know is there water in these poll the polar caps polar craters that are permanently shadowed can we harvest it can we turn it into resources for a human settlement on the moon so it was kind of targeted at being a human precursor and and realistically you know an economic precursor figure out can we develop the resources that are on the moon so it was formulated in that context it's not going to look for really anything scientifically other than the resources of the lunar surface and sub surface.
"rove" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"James gunn long has thus been and row on pay gullion colonnade as glenn in life has been found the night other madelin's muff rove which you gotta believe may at us oh man rush i with shows none of us oh man two rian johnson long amy jo johnson among has thus then come on your colony dez bryant that is great then on the night tbi his police in may was region adjusters shown yeah.
"rove" Discussed on The Filmcast
"As an app it can download you were at scary innate rove episode four me new macy's is an android annoying bothered he's the black beer magic remedies including and episode five it cheeky governors god picture me bolic's soapy webcam budget for everything you really appreciate you do enough for us ellen comments david choice yeah we do much yeah i'll have to definitely consider whether we put that in the final episode but oh not good no no no not good you're you're awesome jeff eyeroll like i would like to say on the record whether or not david it's it out he not only he not only presented this as like i begged to do the performance william like oh oh texted me it was like he jeffey to be willing to do this i i found this i think it'll be really funny would you be willing to do it and then he presents it like well jeff cannot a really wanted to give us a performance so i guess i'll let him do it and then halfway through is like made more not even gonna use this the show the i did not mean to me to imply that you were the one that originated the idea certainly when asked if the same shift certainly you is all me certainly is only i take full responsibility i remember seek this list and like get one or two their i was like okay i i get it i see what you do you black mirrored yourself had become imperative yourself perte list weird that there's only fight episodes though yeah that is that is a little odd whoever made this viral lists that i found on tumbler really didn't put too much thought into it unfortunately but you have come out of your overall thoughts on black maher season for why are we.
"rove" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Sad cochran has been very out and he's been very of for a long time i'm saying that seriously he's missed a lot of votes in the senate he was chairman of a committee in the senate but he can't perform his duties they have other senators doing it staffers doing it when thad cochran ran for reelection in mississippi this last time the last election cycle when he was up he was already a very sick man and everybody knew it and everybody know he wouldn't debate he had very few public appearances he was he could he could barely seriously could barely communicate well and so they tried to hide all that and they did that because mitch mcconnell wanted to elect thad cochran to the senate not because mitch mcconnell aside cochran would be a great senator for mississippi in on missing votes and so forth and not being particularly healthy but because he would vote for mitch mcconnell to be the majority leader now this is very very important this is never discussed and mcconnell has always joined in these battles by karl rove karl rove who has a spin golly and so by dirty tricks and racist politics they defeated chris mcdaniel's who was a state senator running in the republican primary and now thad cochran is constantly in the hospital and i wish him nothing but the best i've no animus towards the man whatsoever he's constantly in.
"rove" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"A lot of votes in the senate he's chairman of a committee in the senate but he can't perform his duties they have other senators doing it staffers doing it when thad cochran ran for reelection in mississippi this last time the last election cycle when he was up he was already a very sick man and everybody knew it in everybody know he wouldn't debate he had very few public appearances he was he could he could barely seriously could barely communicate well and so they tried to hide all that and they did that because mitch mcconnell wanted to elect thad cochran to the senate not because mitch mc thad cochran would be a great senator for mississippi missing votes and so forth and not being particularly healthy but because he would vote for mitch mcconnell the be the majority leader now this is very very important this is never discussed and mcconnell is always joined in these battles by karl rove karl rove who has a spend golly and so by dirty tricks and racist politics they defeated chris mcdaniel's who was a state senator running in the republican primary and now thad cochran is constantly in the hospital and i wish him nothing but the best i've no animist towards the man whatsoever he's constantly in the hospital the worried about their vote on taxes pence has to stay in town he's supposed to be in israel giving a speech what he has to sit in town and wait to see what comes up in order to vote in case he's the important vote the cast of the the one who cast the vote to.
"rove" Discussed on WCTC
"They're they're published by medicare k you get the prices of these all these different drugs by medicare unlike other countries the government our government run medicare program is prohibited did by federal law from negotiating lower drug prices of manufacturers now why would that be if if you don't tie at the big pharma and the big contributions they send the congressmen and senators on capitol hill we don't permit medicare to negotiate lower drug prices when every other oecd got country has that right today negotiate now we're gonna we're gonna choose this drug over this you're gonna give us a a a price benefit on that i we were supposed to be conservatives oh we should be negotiating the lowest prices for american consumers that drives the biggest of which is medicare recipients so i i just i wanna put that be in your body congressmen and i'm going to be i'm going to be watching very carefully and closely which people in congress to pick up this baton and run with it because that'll show real courage against the drug companies that's a great break charger great challenge ethic accepting should be or bandwidth at the free market is good enough for everyday americans that should also those principles should be working in washington dc and appreciate you being willing to take a look at this and congressman walker there is a piece in the wall street journal by karl rove who of course was no fan of president trump and his piece is titled steve bannon's motley crew of challengers and a said bannon justifies his jehad against incumbent republicans by claiming that they quote do not want donald trump's populist economic nationalist agenda to be implemented but rove says that's nonsense who's closer to being right uncertain incumbents obviously focus on people like jeff flake in arizona who is diametrically opposed to what donald trump wants to do on trade and immigration especially is is it wrong for some of these incumbent congressmen and senators to be looking over their shoulder now will you just crept into the gardener rule what you'd get elected to congress have been told that you're not look talk about those things i guess that's were a good trouble from time to.
"rove" Discussed on WCTC
"Twenty five twenty six it's interesting times that is for sure when it comes to hideo the righthand man to the brain behind donald trump sort of karl rove a more aggressive karl rove a karl rove with slightly less of a soul perhaps in steve bannon he's very aggressive he's not messing around and what do you think i mean what does that mean to the republican party going forward if they continue to purge the orrin hatch is of the world does the republican party have any place that they can go you know in twenty twenty twenty twenty two 2024 or does the republican party just tin you to win with these steve bannon model of politics again bannon and breitbart in general as as you know bannon of course being the number one dude behind breitbart bragging about being as six no of course then also calling donald trump five and one because donald trump supported luther strange this is an article by this guy robert gertie this is about this is in from the salt lake tribune it says if steve bannon party purges aiming to take that orrin hatch he has truly lost it do you think that that is true or our people i mean you know uh for those listen i know some people call me a leftist or something i don't know where they get this room but i don't like government overreach i'll tell you that much there seems to be a lot of government overreach happening right now but do you think that this is a good thing for the republican party or is this steve bannon just trying to you know fluff his own ego and make himself and poured make himself see i'm as if the he is the king maker he is.
"rove" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Relationship with the rest of the world what what valerie jarrett said earlier today valerie jarrett barack obama's top advisor back in the day valerie jarrett who many people considered to be the president of the united states it always cracks me up that that the media again the leftists liberal media i always like to put out this means that karl rove was the president when george w bush was president karl rove was george w bush's brain in fact that was his nickname he was the brain the media like to put out that mean that narrative because the the media wanted people to think that george w bush was stupid he needed a brain and karl rove was his brain they said because the media always thanks republican presidents are stupid the media thought bush was stupid the media thought ronald reagan was stupid the media thought dwight d eisenhower was stupid the only republican president the media did not think was stupid was richard nixon and they thought he was a crook but valerie jarrett was every bit what karl rove wise but the media never said that the media never said valerie jarrett was barack obama is brain the media never put that narrative.