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Fresh "Sander" from Tony Katz and the Morning News

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:32 min | 32 min ago

Fresh "Sander" from Tony Katz and the Morning News

"It the highest attended sporting event since the pandemic began. Kyle Busch came home second, while Kevin Harvick rounded out the top three. I'm Sam Robb support W. ABC sports Now traffic on the fives with Matt Bear paving Keystone Avenue. So we're starting to see a slow down a little bit around the broad ripple area. Not necessarily in right now. We're looking at South bound lanes. Keystone Little Bits counselor than 56 52nd North bound legs a little bit of cover your 52nd on have to Kessler again. That's a word so traffic sponsored by the window thinking about a window door, citing project we wouldn't get design and price your project without ever coming in your home. But there's sort of like technology visit. Be window Don't come today. I'm mad Bear with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter at WNBC Traffic. 75 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The time right now is a 35 Sanders asked me to be the co chair for the Sanders side of the Unity task forces there. Three Sanders representatives and five Biden representatives on the task.

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Pete Buttigieg and Joe Bidens's Economic Policy

Squawk Pod

12:29 min | 6 d ago

Pete Buttigieg and Joe Bidens's Economic Policy

"Presumptive, Democratic presidential nominee Joe. Biden rolling out his economic policy today. He's going to travel the Pennsylvania near his hometown. Scranton the agenda slogan is build back better. His campaign team says that Biden will prioritize small business workers and plans to focus on inequalities that prevent minorities from reaching a fair economic plainfield. We're going to hear a lot more about the plan from Biden campaign surrogate. Buddha judge is going to the squad team and just. To remember that the broadcast news. What is it? Bring back better, a lot of alliteration for remember that quote from broadcast I can't remember what it was, but Yeah, BRING BACK! A lot of bs there. Build back better is the name of the former vice president's economic recovery plan. That is the work of task force between Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders the key idea. Bring critical manufacturing back to the United States with incentives for companies and seven hundred billion dollars in earmarked funding for government contracts for American firms and Research and development. The campaign says this will create eight million new jobs if that sounds similar to president trump's platform, it is. Thank you very much. Thank you all for being here. A. Last year trump signed an executive order that would prioritize American manufacturers. In certain federal contracts, the Biden campaign says trump's efforts are working and contracts to foreign companies are up thirty percent. Vice President Biden has said he'd raised three point eight trillion dollars by increasing taxes on individuals, making more than four hundred thousand dollars a year and reverse in corporate tax cuts. Now this roll today will include a speech outside Biden's hometown Scranton Pennsylvania and. And his one time rivals from the Democratic primary race remember that it was just a few months ago are out in force today to support the former vice president and his plan one of them join us on Squawk box, Mayor Pete, the former mayor of South Bend Indiana Peop- Buddha Jr here's Joe I'm just going to call you. Mayor Pete I guess we all just feel comfortable feel comfortable. Everybody does around here countering next radio. I'm going to so we understand the primary process, and you understand it as well as anyone and we've seen it on both sides. Sometimes, there is a tendency to move towards the. Basis with some of the programs, and then when when it comes to governing, maybe you become more centrist and I'm just gonNa tell you. Here's the headline for this mirror. A Biden to map and economic path delaying progressives, biggest plans and I think Kayla alluded to it that he's going to call for a moderate approach towards reviving the US economy. Is that how you see it? And is that the right prescription to win, but I think there's a lot of boldness and the level vice president. Biden wants to invest in America I. think that's not only progressive already, but it's something that people across the out. We're going to I. Think it's in keeping with Joe Biden's instance to bring people together, but I think it's also in practical terms. What makes sense early on? We need to invest in our own competitiveness. In order to grow your own, and in order to compete with increasingly powerful economic competitors like China, we need to make less dependence on Safai chains for critical goods and infrastructure light. We're seeing right now with armed soon which she's on countries like truck and we need to make sure that American workers come I to me that nets bedrock through what democratic are spout, but I do agree with you that you don't have to Iraq Democrats to see why this is a good at. was so in the plans were pretty expensive as you know. And it was pre pandemic, and it was pre-, twenty, five trillion wherever we are right now, so this is cost a lot and inflicted a lot of economic damage and. Hopefully we're GONNA. Come out of this, but it might take years so. I mean. Is there something to that that it's not the we're not in the same position to be able to maybe be as as as free-spending with some of the democratic programs. Do you think do you agree with that and? We're GONNA need to to try to pay down some of this that with our taxes. No Democrats go is one of the first to talk about deficits and the debt, but the reality is. We can't afford not to make these vestments score. We will see economy stagnate, and since we're in a moment of distort low interest rates, and since these kinds of investments every time America's none have paid off investing our competitiveness in our infrastructure in our manufacturing base. Frankly they have much irate return than tax cuts, so as economic stimulus goes. I think this is the right way forward. Of course we got to be smart about the investments remain, and of course you can't get something for nothing. But, if you look at the overall picture, where are headed? We don't have a choice and we can handle these kinds of investments if we make before it's too late to a the I think that lowering corporate taxes helped. Corporations, become more competitive. Bring money back I think it. It was somewhat responsible for what we're pretty good. Economic Times before the pandemic and terms of historically low unemployment rates across the board. And some of the deregulation. The vice president is going to reverse the at least a portion of the corporate tax cuts. Do you not think that that that that plan helped the economy, do you? Do you disagree that lower corporate rates were were a boom for the US economy, and it won't matter to reverse them. John, I'm very skeptical that those rate cuts should get hosted at credit. And by the way those rate cuts rent led directly to exploding deficits, and as part of the reason, why oddly enough not to be too partisan about this, but across my lifetime one hundred percent of democratic precedents seem. Deficits go down one hundred percent. Presences seem deficits. Go Up, but you can't get something for nothing. And will we gotta decide is what's a responsible at tat hats not deliver the kind of investments that make an economy. and. This isn't something we have to just use our imagination for we look at the evidence and the evidence across Merton. History is the one we're making robust vassals with responsible, but not excessive taxation, the gross but I. We've talked about it earlier that right now with where American businesses and how important it is to get the unemployment rate back down. It seems like not the most ideal time to raise corporate taxes now. We're going to need to pay down a lot of what we've spent. A and maybe. Rick Razor on wealthy individuals, but that may not raise enough either. Are you for a blanket raised in the marginal rate into what level? or What. What would you advise? Vice President Biden to propose for a marginal rate across the board. Well. I would advise him to look at the evidence and find levels of taxation. They're consistent with growth as they have been historically now, of course, in American history, the economy's growing much quicker under much higher marginal tax rates but I don't think we have to go back to what it was like in the in the sixties or seventies. Again. Period of in many of those faces product to depress looked online. Is You've got to pay for what you and we should be able to strike a balance in the United States, but what we can't do is continue with these deficit. Exploding tax cuts that we were told would pay for themselves. You can check. They did and now. That was before we got the situation. We are now the debts. It's why we need to make sure. We're looking at the investment side as well as the cost side what I really appreciate about the plan. That's vice-presidents laying out. Is it does? Mayor Pete just wanted to. We wrestle with this issue of taxes. All the time said it's one of the press. Two questions related to one is just simply the timing of a tax increase, and it's the question. We asked the vice president when he joined us now more than a couple of weeks back, and he said he would do it immediately. Even amidst this and the question I say is to the to the extent. There are small business owners out there right now. That are clearly struggling and trying to get up on their feet. Seeing a tax increase right in front of them. Just make the case if if that's the case you WANNA, make in terms of the timing. Of course there's going to be a look at conditions on the ground and a glass. Four months has shown us in really blunt terms. How quickly things can change and I know that a new administration will make sure that every step that takes this is consistent with what the right thing is to do based on what we see around us, but we also know is that small business will benefit from the kinds of investments that president housing. And that this country will be more competitive one and were not successful. When we're investing the foundations, no country can't get away with disinvesting in education in infrastructure and research the way we have, and for a very long and the longer you go disinvesting and all that. The the sooner it's GonNa catch to you for small and big business away, and you know we already reached a point. Where even when there were low unemployment rates, the American standard of living was not secure life expectancy down. It raises questions about how our economy has been lined up. This is a historic opportunity to make sure that it's working for more Americans and made just GonNa fall with with the other big debate around this table a lot. is about wealth, the the wealthy and philanthropy yesterday? Warren Buffett gave away two point nine billion dollars and. which is a great thing and philanthropy, and by the way has helped even during this pandemic in a meaningful way, but oftentimes those shares are never taxed as we all know, and so the government will never be a beneficiary and other taxpayers won't be a beneficiary of those successes. Do you think philanthropy should be taxed in any way well, it would make more sense for that to happen on the front end. Look, it's it's wonderful one. There are these major commitments such generousness by. Individuals, but we've also got to ask how things got so unequal in the first place, because if a little bit more that was making its way into a democratically guided process in other words, the kinds of Research and development that invent trillion dollar ideas like the Internet itself and Space Travel. Are we know our country is better off, and we gotta ask where the balances I would argue. Look thing about this. In the United States right now there is not one county, not one. Where a fulltime minimum wage were can't afford a two bedroom apartment time. There's somebody works for a living in a job fulltime. Can't afford to bed in the part. I would argue that if that were the case. If we had higher wages and more public investment, we wouldn't need to knots landing quite as much as we did. Mayor Pete the one thing that President Biden's plan has in common with President Trump says that it it really leans intimate in America and not just from a position rhetoric there looks like there are going to be real incentives real penalties to companies if they're not making things in America. Do you think globalization is dead? I don't think we have to choose between closing ourselves off investing in our own country on the contrary I think global. Market, we are more competitive when we are starting right here at home made in America is really news and the vice president's fine America initiatives. Really good news for us here. The so called belt where we know that we are Cape. Producing some the finest goods in the world, but there are so many loopholes or waivers in the system and. I think you all report it. You know. Australia's actually gone up an awful lot under this administration so I don't do this since. The president. Fighting. I view it as an opportunity for us to make sure that taxpayer dollars benefit American firms and workers first,

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Fresh update on "sander" discussed on Lee Mathews

Lee Mathews

02:09 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "sander" discussed on Lee Mathews

"Use his situation to remind Oklahomans. If they aren't feeling well. They should be tested it. It is the first governor in the country to be diagnosed with Cove in 19 and despite his diagnosis, the governor says he's not considering a mask mandate for Oklahomans. I know that some businesses remain Lady mask and that's great. But you can't pick and choose what freedoms you're going. You're gonna you're gonna give people so if the businesses want to do it, it's a local municipalities want to do it? That's fine, He says it would be problematic to enforce and he's also says it's way too early to talk about rolling back is reopening Plan. Oklahoma City officials will meet with Oklahoma City County Health Department officials this morning to consider requiring face masks to fight the spread of Coben 19 and Mayor David Holm has called a special A meeting of the Oklahoma City Council to consider a proposed mask ordinance. Hospitalization in case numbers continue to escalate. This is the next logical step virtual meeting will be at one tomorrow afternoon. The Mask ordinance is the only item on the agenda, and Holt says he intends to vote in favor. Of the ordinance, expanded unemployment benefits included in Corona virus funding will expire at the end of the month without a new deal in Congress hears Jared help earn an extra $600 per week and unemployment insurance will expire this month, and lawmakers have not fed on whether all or part of that benefit should be renewed. That pillar is a balance of putting money into the pockets of the American people. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says enhanced unemployment insurance is just one part. Another part is direct payments to taxpayers. Republican leaders have expressed on ease with renewing enhanced unemployment insurance by $600 a week, arguing it could disincentivize some workers to return to their jobs. I told the man whose two Children died after they got into his Pick up while he was napping, is now charged in federal court with child neglect. Sander Carlsson reports, 31 year old Dustin Lee Dennis originally was charged in state court with second degree murder. But those charges were dismissed after the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that Tulsa is within the.

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Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primaries in New Jersey, Delaware

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last week

Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primaries in New Jersey, Delaware

"Have been upended by the corona virus pandemic, but primaries were held in several states, including New Jersey and Delaware. Former vice president Joe Biden is one New Jersey's Democratic primary, while President Donald Trump has won the state's Republican primary. New Jersey's already late primary got pushed back a month because of the covert pandemic, with Democratic governor Phil Murphy mandating the election take place, mostly by mail in ballot. Half of the polling places were also required to stay open for voters to cast a valley in person. New Jersey's incumbent Democratic Senator Cory Booker, has won his primary against Lawrence Ham, who is running on Bernie Sanders. Not me. US slogan. Joe Biden is also when Delaware's Democratic presidential Primary in the state, where he was a senator. While President Donald Trump won the state's Republican primary. Biden's already accumulated enough delegates to win the nomination at the Democrat's convention next month.

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Fresh update on "sander" discussed on Lee Mathews

Lee Mathews

01:09 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "sander" discussed on Lee Mathews

"Got into his pick up while he was napping, is now charged in federal court with child neglect. Sander Carlsson reports, 31 year old Dustin Lee Dennis originally was charged in state court with second degree murder. But those charges were dismissed after the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that Tulsa is within the boundaries of the Creek Nation reservation. Two Children were Cherokee and neighboring surveillance video captured the three and four year old getting into the truck. By themselves. A man charged with kidnapping and killing two teenage girls more than 20 years ago in Welsh takes a plea deal, 68 year old Ronnie Music admitted he withheld information in the case and Pleaded guilty to accessory to first degree murder. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison. But if he provides information that leads to the bodies of the missing girls, he would serve only five years in prison. Authorities believe a 16 year old Laura Bible in 16 year old Ashley Freeman were kidnapped and taken to a mobile home in picture where they were assaulted and killed from the Katie. Okay weather set around the form Words Storm team Partly cloudy today with some isolated storms possible. We'll get up to the low nineties.

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Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Delaware

WBBM Evening News

00:50 sec | Last week

Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Delaware

"Day for voters in some states. Many routines have been upended by the corona virus pandemic, but primaries were held in several states, including New Jersey and Delaware. Former vice president Joe Biden is one New Jersey's Democratic primary, while President Donald Trump has won the state's Republican primary. New Jersey's already late primary got pushed back a month because of the covert pandemic, with Democratic governor Phil Murphy mandating the election take place, mostly by mail in ballot. Half of the polling places were also required to stay open for voters to cast a valley in person. New Jersey's incumbent Democratic Senator Cory Booker, has won his primary against Lawrence Ham who was running on Bernie Sanders. Not ME. US slogan. Joe Biden is also when Delaware's Democratic presidential Primary in the state, where he was a senator. While President Donald Trump won the state's Republican primary. Biden's already accumulated enough delegates to win the nomination at the Democrat's convention next month. I'm Jennifer

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Fresh update on "sander" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sander" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, the Sunbelt continue seeing a spike in Corona virus cases more than 10,000 today in Texas and Florida, where Miami emergency Room doctor nickname IAS is sounding an alarm filling the hospitals. And we're on the cusp of either doing the right thing and and we may have passed that cost. Arizona has more than 3200 new cases today, the highest per capita rate in the nation. I seeyou beds are running out in Oklahoma. The governor announces he's tested positive days before Oklahoma hosted President Trump's first rally of the virus era last month. It's gonna be safe. We're really, really excited. Kevin Stitt was at the rally and event health experts they likely contributed to a virus surge in Oklahoma. Now Stitch himself has just kind of feels like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really our fuel Feel fine State rarely wears a mask and has been resisting any statewide mask mandate. You just open up a big can of worms. Sander Megane Washington The Rose parades being canceled in January in California. President Trump today.

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Siberian Arctic sees record average temperatures

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | Last week

Siberian Arctic sees record average temperatures

"Temperatures in Arctic Siberia with 10 degrees higher than average in June, a joint record for the month. Data gathered by European Union scientists indicate that the heat way, of course, the worst wildfires the region has ever experienced. Mike Sanders has the details. European Union's Copernicus Earth observation program calls the data worrying, not just because of unusual temperatures. Weather Station at vertical young skin northeast Russia recorded 38 Celsius and one day it's the persistence of the highs that matter. They sucked moisture from the boreal forest, sparking wildfires that released an estimated 59 million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Records show The Arctic is warming faster than the rest of the planet. Raising the prospect that the soil beneath the permafrost will disgorge the captured carbon. It holds

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US issues guidelines but no new rules for safe air travel

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

US issues guidelines but no new rules for safe air travel

"Federal health officials are recommending but not requiring that airlines should limit seating capacity to promote social distancing the federal department of health transportation and homeland security has issued guidelines for virus containment during air travel they're asking airlines to leave some empty seats and recommending travelers wear masks but they refused to make these mandates which was requested earlier this week by senator Bernie Sanders I just hope very much or that the CDC or the appropriate agency basically tells these companies the dot is unacceptable at that same committee meeting infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci expressed concerns I would hope they would be something to mitigate against that American and United Airlines have announced they are no longer leaving middle seats empty for social distancing Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fox News' Ed Henry fired after sexual misconduct allegation

America's Morning News

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Fox News' Ed Henry fired after sexual misconduct allegation

"Nature of the sexual misconduct allegations against daytime news anchor Ed Henry. But whatever it is, the network feels it's Siri enoughto firing. Fox says It's got to complain a week ago from an attorney about Henry's alleged misconduct had hired an outside investigator, which provided information Fox has led them tow. Let Henry go. Fox News anchor Sanders Smith, addressing the firing of her co host. On Wednesdays edition of Fox's America's newsroom a moment Now for some news about the co anchor of this programme Ed Henry after a recent claim an investigation involving sexual misconduct in the workplace at has been terminated from Fox News in an internal memo to employees, Fox News media CEO Suzanne Scott And president and executive editor J. Wallace address That's very serious issue in an effort to bring full transparency to it and emphasize that we will continue to strive to maintain a safe and inclusive work place for all employees. Rotating anchors will be sitting in with me until a replacement is named lawyer for Henry, denying the allegation, saying his client is confident he'll be cleared if there's a quote full hearing. And on appropriate forum, and it's

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Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

"The the the Internal nation's European Revenue top Union Service virus is will set experts not to make extend are public criticizing the a tax list American of countries filing airlines deadline whose for citizens it means its announcement will federal be allowed taxes to enter it's are thirty starting due one to in book European about two weeks every countries seat it but will most not Americans be on extended its flights beyond are unlikely July instead fifteenth of to social make IRS the fate distancing commissioner Charles American senator Reddick told states Bernie the Senate refused Sanders finance entry committee raise tax for lease the payers another issue have two options weeks of American a due variety to soaring and other of coronavirus airlines payment planning related infections to options fill in every the U. that S. folks seat more can than look fifty he's to calling million Americans for we federal also temporarily are estimated intervention adjusted to travel our does to process Europe that sound annually is to a little help people bit and silly and you and know they businesses in a little would bit be during in a violation further these uncertain blow times of everything to virus the ranking you guys ravaged Democrat have been talking economies about on the committee and Ron that tourism Wyden people sectors sitting asked on about next both lost to sides each other revenue of the for Atlantic five from wealthier or around six Americans ten million Europeans who do hours not thought file Dr income to Anthony go to taxes the Fauci U. S. or vacations pay I'm not their taxes sure exactly and business together what each went into year that these decision wealthy Tuesday's EDU and taxpayers CDC decree however director Dr will owed not apply Robert to nearly travel Redfield to Britain says forty it which sends left six the block the in wrong January billion message Britain dollars that requires there was the treasury substantial all inspector incoming disappointment general travelers says with the American IRS well Airlines a failed few exceptions to issue some number nine the to come hundred airline to thousand said go decided into audits a self to keep at imposed the Donahue middle seat fourteen Washington the CEOs day quarantine of American although and the United measure could Airlines be soon say even Charles if they Taylor kept that's not seats London open it's still not six feet so they're relying on masks deep cleaning and air filtration systems Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

"The the the Internal nation's European Revenue top Union Service virus is will set experts not to make extend are public criticizing the a tax list American of countries filing airlines deadline whose for citizens it means its announcement will federal be allowed taxes to enter it's are thirty starting due one to in book European about two weeks every countries seat it but will most not Americans be on extended its flights beyond are unlikely July instead fifteenth of to social make IRS the fate distancing commissioner Charles American senator Reddick told states Bernie the Senate refused Sanders finance entry committee raise tax for lease the payers another issue have two options weeks of American a due variety to soaring and other of coronavirus airlines payment planning related infections to options fill in every the U. that S. folks seat more can than look fifty he's to calling million Americans for we federal also temporarily are estimated intervention adjusted to travel our does to process Europe that sound annually is to a little help people bit and silly and you and know they businesses in a little would bit be during in a violation further these uncertain blow times of everything to virus the ranking you guys ravaged Democrat have been talking economies about on the committee and Ron that tourism Wyden people sectors sitting asked on about next both lost to sides each other revenue of the for Atlantic five from wealthier or around six Americans ten million Europeans who do hours not thought file Dr income to Anthony go to taxes the Fauci U. S. or vacations pay I'm not their taxes sure exactly and business together what each went into year that these decision wealthy Tuesday's EDU and taxpayers CDC decree however director Dr will owed not apply Robert to nearly travel Redfield to Britain says forty it which sends left six the block the in wrong January billion message Britain dollars that requires there was the treasury substantial all inspector incoming disappointment general travelers says with the American IRS well Airlines a failed few exceptions to issue some number nine the to come hundred airline to thousand said go decided into audits a self to keep at imposed the Donahue middle seat fourteen Washington the CEOs day quarantine of American although and the United measure could Airlines be soon say even Charles if they Taylor kept that's not seats London open it's still not six feet so they're relying on masks deep cleaning and air filtration systems Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

"The nation's top virus experts are criticizing American airlines for its announcement it's starting to book every seat on its flights instead of social distancing senator Bernie Sanders raise the issue of American and other airlines planning to fill every seat he's calling for federal intervention does that sound a little bit silly in a little bit in violation of everything you guys have been talking about that people sitting next to each other for five or six hours Dr Anthony Fauci I'm not sure exactly what went into that decision and CDC director Dr Robert Redfield says it sends the wrong message there was substantial disappointment with American Airlines number the airline said decided to keep the middle seat the CEOs of American and United Airlines say even if they kept seats open it's still not six feet so they're relying on masks deep cleaning and air filtration systems Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

"The nation's top virus experts are criticizing American airlines for its announcement it's starting to book every seat on its flights instead of social distancing senator Bernie Sanders raise the issue of American and other airlines planning to fill every seat he's calling for federal intervention does that sound a little bit silly in a little bit in violation of everything you guys have been talking about that people sitting next to each other for five or six hours Dr Anthony Fauci I'm not sure exactly what went into that decision and CDC director Dr Robert Redfield says it sends the wrong message there was substantial disappointment with American Airlines number the airline said decided to keep the middle seat the CEOs of American and United Airlines say even if they kept seats open it's still not six feet so they're relying on masks deep cleaning and air filtration systems Jackie Quinn Washington

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Carl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Carl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98

"The Giants of the entertainment industry. Legendary writer actor and director Carl Reiner has died at age 98 at Syracuse University. Dr. Robert Thompson is one of the nation's top pop culture experts. I asked him what comes to mind first when he thinks of Carl Reiner for someone my age. I immediately think of the Dick Van Dyke Show, which not only was he in, but he created it, And he was the real soul behind that program. One of the true classic American Sitcoms of all time. If you're a little older than that, you very well might think of your show of shows one of the great comedies of the Golden Age of television comedy Variety show. He appeared in that and er Caesar's hour as well, You know, working with people like Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. But you might think of. Ah, him is the guest role he played on 2.5 men. Many, many, many years after that, So here's a guy that was working in television from the very beginning when television was just starting created a really classic sitcom on then went on to until very recently appear in all kinds of Things from the Larry Sanders show to Boston Legal. I think he was enough of the house, so he got around and he kept getting around for a long time, and we haven't even gotten into the movies. He appeared in. Did he make his greatest impact? Dr Bob as a writer, and what is his influence on even the comedies of today from the work? He did. 1/2 century ago. I think if I had a point to a single thing that will be Carl Reiners greatest legacy, and certainly already I think has been the most influential thing he ever did. That would be the creating and writing and helming The Dick Van Dyke Show. We have toe Remember the Dick Van Dyke Show had this very new frontier. Look to it matter affect Dick and Laura had a certain Kennedy Ah, Jack and Jackie. Look to them. Um, it was about a more liberated female character than we would normally see, although she was still a housewife as it used to be. Called back then. But it also was a workplace comedy where rob and all of his coworkers, including their boss, paid played by Karl Karl Ryman Reiner. Did the kind of comic stuff that we would see much later in programs like the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Uh, who can She, of course, was on the Dick Van Dyke show and then everything from cheers friends to Seinfeld. Those also had a very much I think the fingerprints of early Carl Ryder's work on them. We always

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What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

Brian Lehrer

07:19 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

"Is spreading because of a virus. My next guest says Unemployment can spread like a virus. And she's got a solution of federal jobs guarantee. Many economists consider unemployment natural, unavoidable, even necessary to a certain degree. For the economy to function. But Pavlina Channa, who specializes in what's known as Modern monetary theory, disagrees the virus theory well as economic downturns. Cause layoffs. The recently unemployed have less money to spend, leading to a second wave of unemployment in the industries, they could no longer support. But what if the government could guarantee a living wage stop to any American Who wants one. It's an economic policy idea that some of you may know has gained traction not only as Corona virus unemployment has spread, but from well known progressive political figures recently before this, Bernie Sanders Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Cory Booker have back versions of this idea, or at least believe it should be considered as a response to Income inequality in America generally and toe automation and toe. Other things that cause structural unemployment. It's part of the green new deal the federal jobs guarantee. So joining us now is Bard College economics professor Pavlina Chan of Ah, Who's got a new book called the Case for a job guarantee. Professor Chernova? Welcome to WNYC. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me, Brian. Good morning. Let's start in the present because you wrote this book before the pandemic when official unemployment was down around 3%. Now comes this historically weird emergency where the economy shuts down voluntarily, and tens of millions of people lose their jobs all at once. The government responds with a patchwork of enhanced unemployment benefits and pay cheque loans to employ yours intended to keep A lot of that money passing through to some workers, plus the other kinds of pre existing government aid, like Medicaid and food stamps and more with the guaranteed job program, replace all of that. Under current circumstances. No, it will not replace. Any other measures measures that that might might be be considered considered necessary, necessary, But But it it is is The The most most straightforward straightforward solution solution to to providing providing jobs jobs for for people people who who need need it. it. I I mean, mean, in in the the current current crisis, crisis, we should have focused on protecting jobs. And preventing the layoffs that would have made the task of dealing with this avalanche of layoff much easier. I think we can look to some countries in Europe who have used again the public purse government budgets. To essentially guarantee a payroll for folks whose jobs are threatened from Cove. It's so unemployment rates did spike in some of those countries, but not nearly as much as they did in the United States. So Onda budget that we pass the cares act was so large, it was enough to pay the entire wage bill in the U. S economy for three straight months. So we could have protected Lee off jobs. We could have prevented layoffs, but the damage is done and unemployment. As I argue in the book is it's kind of a perennial teacher and the economy. So the way to inoculate against that is just to create jobs directly. How much would the living wage B? And a guaranteed federal jobs program. The proposal in my book is for $15 an hour, and that is really to help with the fight for 15 of that has You know, has had captured the interest and policymakers with the state level, but it might be, But 15 will not be enough sooner. You know very, very recently, so in in in a truck Order rather so maybe 17. But this is a policy. This is a policy question. The point here is to ensure that it's a living wage floor and that no person Works in a poverty paying jobs with a firm. A living wage for the economy as a whole. The minimum wages you know, is 7 25 and it is not a living wage is poverty paying wage, so it represents about a doubling of the minimum wage. Significantly elevated the floor. Yes, And that's the federal minimum wage, which might be shocking to some of our listeners since the minimum wage. Around here is $15 an hour, but federally and therefore in some states that don't have the same politics, say New York and New Jersey. It's still down around that poverty wage. As you know. Other progressives proposed what they call a universal basic income rather than a guaranteed job. Andrew Gang, for example. Ran for president on $1000 a month Universal basic income proposal, But I don't believe there is a work requirement, just the money as a universal basic income. Sent to every American Do you argue that a guaranteed job solves the same problem, but in a different way? No, I think the job guarantee souls more problems. So $1000 a month. While very nice doesn't really lift people out of poverty. It helps But the job guarantee guarantees a living wage. And so when a person needs work, and they go into the unemployment office, which by the way is called the American job Center. They can find a lot of other assistance that they can't find a job. And that's what the job he does. It insures that there's a public service. Hollis option employment options for those who need work, and we know from basic income experiments that people who even get the income assistance still looking for jobs. So the problem with the job guarantee salt is this. Basically cruel game of musical chairs that people play in the labor market, and they're looking for four jobs, but they're not enough employment opportunities for all, even in the best of times. Forget about Cove it even when the economy is humming near full employment. We're still talking about millions and millions who don't have employment and The unemployment problem is there It's as you were saying in the introduction, ending a lot of social health, economic cost. It's paid for innocent and so we can do things better. By using the public purse to employ the unemployed. But I want to say that it's not. It's not a week requirement. The job guarantee doesn't provide a requirement for the benefits that people might be receiving. It's an additional program so You could have the choice of getting unemployment insurance and the various other income assistance provided out there. But if we gave people one more choice To pick up a living wage job offer. Then that provides stronger economic security.

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Florida has nearly 123,000 coronavirus cases

Gary and Shannon

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Florida has nearly 123,000 coronavirus cases

"Of Friday's tally Florida now has reported nearly a hundred and twenty three thousand coronavirus cases more than thirty two thousand of them confirmed in just the last seven days Ron DeSantis got out in front of this a couple of weeks ago or several weeks ago when New York was seeing deaths in the several hundreds per day Ron DeSantis came on claim victory over corona virus when he was visiting the president the White House and he says everybody in the media saying Florida would be like a New York or Italy and that has not happened the other interesting thing is it's not going to happen Rhonda Sanders may not have been right in that you know Florida is not done with the corona virus but because of what we're doing and because what we have done in February and March and April and may in terms of locking things down we do have a better handle on how we treat this about how who's going to be getting it for the most part the they're saying that half of the new positive cases that are coming out are in people that are under the age of forty which is what we want we want the younger people who can handle it who can get it and it's presents like a flu that is okay as long as they're not spreading it to everybody

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Coronavirus cases surging in Florida and Texas as states barrel ahead with reopening plans

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Coronavirus cases surging in Florida and Texas as states barrel ahead with reopening plans

"The U. S. is setting a new record for coronavirus cases states in the south and west are shattering single they records for coronavirus cases hit especially hard Florida Texas California and Arizona were some cities and counties are now requiring masks as many businesses here continue to reopen NBC's Joe fryer reports on Wednesday there were over thirty six thousand new cases of the respiratory illness nationwide several states have also set new records in recent days the U. S. has the most number of cases in the world with over two point three million over one hundred twenty one thousand Americans have died from the disease Florida has a new record in single day coronavirus cases the numbers keep climbing in Florida and the concern is that this state is becoming the new epicenter fifty five hundred eleven new cases on Wednesday and the fear is later today that number could be eclipsed again Kerry Sanders reports Florida has over one hundred nine thousand cases and almost thirty three hundred deaths during the pandemic a mandatory fourteen day quarantine now in effect in New York New Jersey and Connecticut for people coming from states with high covert nineteen numbers Connecticut governor Ned Lamont was on Good Morning America and shared why governors in the tri state area mandate a quarantine for people arriving from hot spot states back when the the New York metro area including Connecticut had a high infection rate there is some quarantines and our visitors down the places like Florida and today they have a much higher ten times higher infection rate than we do here and so I thought one of the best things we could do was I see if we can prevent that from happening the travel advisory applies to nine states including Arizona Florida Texas Utah and the Carolinas New York governor Andrew Cuomo admits there will not be much enforcement for those who don't comply but people will be subject to hefty fines

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Trump received more votes than Biden in Georgia primaries

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"Golf is back this week as the PGA tour holds the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth Texas the first tournament since mid March Sander shop please try to keep the normal routine you know when I first came back I just I played most of the courses in San Diego you want a lot of practice you can only play and I think that may have been a blessing in disguise so my first you know two weeks of golf coming back with zero practice and all the way I feel like beneficial for means of sitting around unable to play in sort of honestly you know turn pressure to complain capital on the call today

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Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination

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"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting mail ballots from Tuesday's primaries push former vice president Joe Biden over the top for the democratic presidential nomination Joe Biden has clinched the democratic nomination for president eight states held elections Tuesday and a huge increase of vote by mail ballots mental action officials were still counting ballots Friday a team of analysts at the Associated Press parsed the votes into the correct congressional districts so the delegates could be allocated between Biden and Bernie Sanders late Friday the AP allocated twenty one delegates to Biden after completing analysis of votes released by election officials in Indiana Pennsylvania and Rhode Island earlier in the evening Biden now has a total of one thousand nine hundred ninety three delegates to more than needed to win the nomination on the first ballot at the Democratic National Convention Mike Crossey of Washington

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Joe Biden inches ever-so-close to clinching Democratic nomination

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"sander" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"sander" Discussed on WWL

"Eighteen gracious so he's living with them alright enough when their income will go down can you since he's on disability or since my father not on disability they get a check something other dependent but one TV he now will go away okay so we got a game plan that sustains them that may mean moving it may mean to a lot of different things two hours a month is not going to fix the situation nor signal delay you but it's certainly in the early due to being a good Christian it was kind of a good personal moment that is not a spiritual issue involved here and I don't overstretch allows this is the difference everyone knows we're going through challenging times and from what I hear a lot of you've been calling Sander insurance with questions about your existing life insurance or to see if plans are still available for those who already have a policy you've got nothing to worry about there are no limitations related to the virus so just keep paying your premiums most companies or even offering extended grace periods for those running into financial trouble for those of you who haven't dealt with this I'm not sure what you're waiting for we're gonna get through this but this is a good motivation to get your family protected listen rates are still low Xander makes the process simple and most of you have the time.

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"sander" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

09:08 min | 3 months ago

"sander" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"And now the Spiel Bernie. Sanders has exited the stage. He vows to support the presumptive or as I prefer the notional nominee Joe Biden. They're going out on top. He argued in all the ways that matter except for you know getting the most votes the time the moment the situation that we're in now essentially forced his hand. I know that there may be some movement. Who Disagree with this decision. Who would like us? The fight on for the last ballot cast at the Democratic convention. I understand that position but if I see the crisis gripping the nation exacerbated by a president unwilling or unable to provide any kind of credible leadership and the work that needs to be done to protect people in this most desperate hour I cannot in good conscience continue to mount the Campaign. They cannot win. And which would interfere with the important work required of all of us in this difficult hour that by the way that kind of decision making that qualifies as leadership. Yes it does but why not the ultimate mark of leadership in America? Why the question is being asked to Bernie Sanders not win the Democratic nomination for President of the United States one theory is that the establishment closed ranks uniting in an effort to in keeping with the tenor of the Times to fight off the contagion the immune system of the party kicked in and kicked out the viral invader that sought to take it over to some extent that did happen. How nefarious was it well to a sanders supporter extremely to all others? Not at all changed the phrasing. The facts don't become any different but a standard supporter. We'll tell you that. The democratic establishment the media monied interests would never let Sanders Win Abidin back or would phrase it like Democrats at the last possible. Minute rallied around a lifelong Democrat more aligned with their values in doing so back the candidate who they thought could be donald trump. They might also note in fact. Donald Trump thinks that Joe Biden is the candidate who could be donald trump so it was either a return to normalcy or a warning of a revolution. Only it wasn't either or it really was a kind of both. They're both the same thing. And that is the best explanation for what happened. But there have been other explanations and I've been reading them in preparation for this moment that we knew would come in the Washington Post Rachel Mantle wrote a story called the rise and fall of Bernie Sanders a theory. What is that theory the Bernie? Sanders was too comfortable with ideas and society in the abstract and too uncomfortable with emotions and people in the particular she quotes and historian saying are fascinated by the heart. Attack that Bernie Sanders had he goes on to say the fact that he suffered from it makes him into a human being. It really helps. Bernie's case because he readily confesses. He's not one of those backslapping politicians. It's not his brand. He's a little like a stick figure cartoon but heart attack made him seem. Human Mantova goes on to describe an interaction. She witnessed between the Sanders supporter named Ryan. Who talked about his medical expenses? At a rally. In the candidate himself quote he meeting Sanders. Juggles numbers nimbly isn't it seemed quite clear. Sure what to do with emotions. It was perhaps the moment for a hug but Bernie couldn't quite go there. He extended his long arm to Ryan shoulder and simultaneously shook his hand without getting any closer literally. This became an arm's length transaction. So that theory. That's one theory that voters needed. Emotional connection and Bernie didn't give them one at same time. The New York Times was writing up their own. Oh bit how it all came. Apart for Bernie Sanders so in this story the Times describes different power factions within the sanders campaign like there are all one power faction seemed more attuned to sanders needs and wants as a person and the other one wanted to go scorched earth on Joe Biden the ones who resisted going. After Joe Biden viciously led by campaign manager. Fires Shaquir were in keeping with the wishes of Bernie Sanders. And his wife. Jane others in the campaign like adviser Nina Turner and David Sirotta who the Times describes as a pugilist aide who is known for his voluble and combative online persona were more in favour of scorched earth. They didn't want Sandra's just railing against the system. They wanted railing against the Democrat. They regarded as embodying the system. Joe Biden The Times also describes another dynamic quote for months. His political advisors and outside allies have quietly mold a shift in tone the possibility that Mr Sanders might take even modest steps to show skeptical. Democrats that he could unify the party but he has always been disdainful of the art of politics and had to be nudged into wooing even friendly Democratic leaders so Bernie Sanders did not change his tone Bernie Sanders never changed his tone plus Bernie. Sanders never changed. His tactics didn't go more harsh on arrival than he ever has in the past. And let me again remind you of the Post explanation of what went wrong with the sanders campaign quote. Maybe what voters wanted from Sanders after all this time was to be more personable. More relatable more like a normal politician and let's just for good measure throw in a conservative analysis this was Tim Miller talking on the bulwark podcast. Today and his campaign completely believed this false narrative that they put out which was that he was going to expand. The electorate at the Democratic Party had moved into his camp that he didn't need to reach out to the meal liberals that he did not need to condemn Fidel Castro without caveat That he just needed to be pure uncut. Burn and that would be good enough and here we are okay. Let us now. Examine the bill of particulars Bernie. Sanders didn't change his level of interpersonal connection. Bernie Sanders didn't change his tone Bernie. Sanders never changed his belief that a political revolution was coming. It turns out they're all saying that Bernie Sanders lost because he didn't change the reason that the candidate who is a marvel of consistency the candidate who was given credit by even his enemies for being the same person and never changing with the wind. The reason that guy lost was that he never change. Thank you experts. In other words Bernie. Sanders could have had a chance to win this whole thing. Had He simply acted in a way other than the way Bernie Sanders has always and will always act. Look I'm not saying that Bernie. Sanders never had a different message. For different. Audiences never emphasized or toned down certain stances depending on who he was speaking to. It's not like he's not a politician. He is a politician in many ways. A good politician but if you and everyone does give him credit for complete and utter consistency it seems to be a flaw of any post mortem that says what. Feld him was his consistency. This is his essence. It's the bird would never fallen out of the sky. Had He just walked everywhere and the river only went dry because of its wetness in the first place or the opera singer lost her voice because she had tendency to sing so much so loudly so I wouldn't look at Bernie. Sanders is the guy who lost because he wouldn't change. I'd look at him as the guy who almost one because he never changed and for some that was enough but not for enough people. And by the way let's also examine the supposed value in not changing consistency or put another way intransigence. The shame is said to be in being political like INSA- own cutting a deal with Strom Thurmond or allowing Republican members of the Judiciary Committee to aggressively questioned. A witness. You'd rather be treated better or talking about cutting a program that you like in order to achieve a broader goal that you want or agreeing to some cuts in the funding of a program to at least get some funding for the program. We often decry these stances as compromised or God forbid political when they don't work out well or not as well as we'd like but we don't like the concept of someone who changes with the wind and we might say we like complete and total consistency. It turns out there are other things we like more than that like we. We tend to rally behind the leader. Who can moderate stance if need be or can reach out to sometime enemy? Who could comfort us as people rather than a set of policy ideas the policy. Damn well better be perfect to make up for a personal connection and since no policy is perfect we might say. We want the utterly consistent character but in the final analysis. That's the trait. That where I two.

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"sander" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

11:34 min | 4 months ago

"sander" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"Everyone I'm David. Chalian the CNN political director this is the daily DC. It is yet primary day again. In America. Six dates voting plus the Democrats abroad are going to have their votes counted later this evening. Three hundred and sixty five more delegates at stake in this nomination battle. That is now a two man race between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday to. I've got two great guests to discuss it with later on. We'll be talking to former Democratic candidate for Governor Michigan and Bernie Sanders surrogate CNN political commentator. But first joining me now to talk about the biggest battle of them all tonight one hundred twenty five delegates at stake in Michigan. Jeff Zeleny CNN senior Washington correspondent who just arrived back from the Wolverine State. How are you sir? Hey David I'm great. Thanks for having me so give me a sense of Of you on the ground. What would Michigan feel like when you were there? Michigan feels like It is obviously the biggest prize. One hundred and twenty five pledged delegates so certainly it is a moment where if Bernie Sanders is going to continue his effort in a robust way. If he's going to make his case this is the place to make voters if if he's going to make the argument here This is the place he'll do in a couple of things talking to voters At the Sanders Rally into grand rapids on Sunday and then again with Biden in Detroit on Monday I'm struck by the degree to which President Trump's name came up in both conversations. There is a sense. Without a doubt he is the big difference from two thousand sixteen. We COMPARE ALLOT BERNIE. Sanders nearly wins Beats Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen and that was a turning point? I remember that night very well. I was with the Clinton campaign in Cleveland. Actually in Bernie Sanders. Winning was a huge surprise to them. The difference here is Hillary Clinton is not on the ballot Which you know there were some. Anti Hillary Clinton votes in there of course and Donald Trump is the president so that in mind everyone talked about president. Trump's I think that the sense here US comparing to twenty sixteen. I'm not sure how APP that is because boy there are so many differences and I think those two are key Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Well here's where it's apt one person was on the ballot and both times and it was Bernie Sanders and the test is for him as I see it that. He's got to prove that he can recreate of the coalition that he did create in. Two Thousand Sixteen. He's been underperforming in some key areas in this race thus far and in a state like Michigan or state where he overwhelmed last time around like Washington state. That is Voting today or their mail in ballots are being counted today. This is an opportunity for us to see is is sanders twenty twenty besting sanders. Two Thousand Sixteen or is he underperforming that and if he is what is the argument the Sanders campaign makes to go forward. I think Michigan will be a great test of that. I mean he has to do better than twenty sixteen actually particularly places like Detroit in Wayne County. He has to show that he. Can you know win over More African American voters so important to Michigan But one other thing this is. Why so fast? At presidential campaigns. We never know what they're going to be about at the end. They're constantly evolving And I was struck by that by reading the copy of this morning's Detroit news the actual hard copy you can hear it here as I was getting on the plane and it says market plunge raises recession fears. It's election day so we're having something happening in our environment. The market crash yesterday was extraordinary. The Corona viruses making people who've on edge and anxious. So what effect does that have on this race? We don't know necessarily but Joe Biden has always been seen as sort of a comfort blanket. You know everyone does not love him. I talked to people at the Biden Rally last night. He wasn't their first choice. I talked to someone and Elizabeth. Warren Shirt wore the short to the rally. But they said we're going to vote for Biden because a it's time to wrap up this nominating fight and be they think he's the strongest the too so. I think it's so fascinating here. It's not a popularity contest. Necessarily there'll be a lot of people who were with Joe Biden necessarily at the beginning but there with them now. The question is is it enough to overwhelmed a true hard core ander supporters. And I don't know the answer. Well I mean it's just interesting to hear you say voters talking about bringing this nomination race To a close now here we are in the second Tuesday in March the last two competitive democratic contests two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen when the distance all the way through the June primaries Even if it was sort of known who was going to emerge as the nominee slightly earlier than that the those contests went the distance Back in two thousand four is when we last saw a contest sort of wrapped up this early and I. I'm curious to hear you say that. Are you hearing that a lot from voters that they just want this wrapped up because of the goal of defeating trump and David Watterson similarity to two thousand four here and the president exactly? So that is the different. So that's the question tonight. I don't know the answer. I talked to a lot of voters. All you ready to have this unwrap up and people talk about President trump so he is influencing this campaign in many many ways. If this was an open seat I have no doubt a lot of these democratic. The arrivals would still be in. Probably but so. That's a sense. Are Democrats ready to sort of move on an expert or are they not Michigan will tell us so much about that in Bernie Sanders? He campaigned across. The state added a ton of events to a schedules. He really worked for it The Biden campaign came in essentially at the last minute. The last day So we'll see here but there is just a sense of you. Know President trump hanging over this and I think it probably benefits Joe Biden unless Bernie Sanders shows that he can create this coalition and turn people out that he's been talking about and that Ann Arbor Rally on Sunday night. The pictures of the supporters of just flooding the campus for Bernie Sanders is something that Certainly the Biden campaign had to be paying attention to no no way he could draw that Cavi C. college campuses are sanders country. There's there's little doubt about that and I think hanging over all of this you note. The General Election Michigan's one of those three states with that. Blue Wall crumbled that helped deliver the Oval Office to Donald Trump and In the primary for years ago we were able to see some tea leaves about them and I think we should be looking for that tonight as well what it tells us about. The Michigan electorate of for the fall as well. But I would say. It is hard to overstate the burden. That is on Bernie Sanders tonight. Far More so than Joe Biden Jeff. Zeleny thank you so much for being here really appreciate that. Thank you and joining me now to dig. Even deeper on this critical state of Michigan tonight and how Senator Sanders Mayfair. There is former democratic. Gubernatorial candidate Bernie Sanders surrogate and CNN political commentator Abdul El-Sayed. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me so What do you think of my a thesis? That the burden is bigger on sanders tonight than by them. While I'll tell you coming out of Super Tuesday Biden had a huge Surge of momentum and that's undeniable and I think if if Sanders wants to take any of the momentum back it's going to look like performing well in Michigan and You know the reason. Why is that not? You mean winning winning and I mean I mean showing that he can He can earn votes out of some of the demographics that were part of that Momentum search for for for for Biden And arguments obvious right. And you've got three hundred sixty five delegates up. Michigan is more than a third of them and Michigan is also such a keystone for the electoral calendar in the electoral map in November and You know it's also a microcosm of America right. I always tell folks if you if you want any of the American experience you can have that in Michigan right whether it's Folks In you know the rural parts up up north of you know the mid line of the midden Or in the up of course If you want folks in you know Urban Midwest Industrial Communities in places like Flynn Detroit Or if you want you know suburban Michigan in Oakland County. All of that is there And we lost Michigan as Democrats by ten thousand seven hundred and some votes in November handing the presidency to Donald Trump. And so all eyes are on Michigan. Right now It is such a critical state. It's also a winnable. Stay because it it it it bucks convention because it's so diverse now you mentioned The upper peninsula that was sanders country in the primary Four years ago It has a lot of white working class white non college educated voters up there As we see in lots of pockets in the state of Michigan throughout what I saw on Super Tuesday and looking through all the exit polls is that Sanders isn't performing quite as well with that group. Biden is has a foothold that Hillary Clinton never had with that group it seems and that's keeping Sanders at bay in a lot of the states. So not only does. He need to obviously expand his appeal among African Americans. We that that had been on his to do list all along but I think what binds proving now is also on the sanders. To-do list is reinvigorating. This connection he had with white working class voters. I'll tell you though I I've spent a Lotta time campaigning. In those communities and the reason that a lot of those folks supported Bernie Sanders is because he was speaking to the anxieties that they feel about the challenges they face in their lives Whether it's the fact that for a lot of them access to a well paying job that used to be a given Anywhere in Michigan just forty years ago. isn't quite the case anymore Or because you can't have that job you also have access to basic healthcare or it's protection of the Great Lakes which you know a lot of the economy's on the outer ring in Michigan Not only rely on but depend on A viable and healthy. Great Lakes and so For them a lot of the messaging about Reaching forward and solving those problems I think really resonate. So it's GonNa be interesting to see But you know my experience with with those community suggests that there is something about his message specifically that I think Really resonates and it will be interesting to see what happens tonight. I'll I'll tell you though on the ground I was At those rallies in grand rapids and Ann Arbor and Surge of young people and the excitement of young people's huge I was I voted in Ann Arbor on Monday. Ended the mistake voting on the Monday after the After the rally and You know I thought I was. I was getting early I had gone worked out and then I Went to the polls Early I wait in line for two hours and probably seventy percent of that line was college students. So let me ask you. We've seen this in other places. In terms of prior to an election we've seen Bernie Sanders go and campaign in college campus. Get a huge turnout of people. We've seen the enthusiasm excitement of his crowds. It's not materializing at the polls yet. We just we. We have not seen a dramatic increase in young voter turnout. We just haven't seen it. You are of the mind that we're going to see something different tonight. I am and the reason why is because you know. I think there is something among any group of people that gets stereotyped. That you sort of presume that you guys are already showing up. If you don't show up your of course people are showing up. I just you know I've got class So I think I think a lot of the folks. At least I talked to after the rally Look at them. I'll be like you make sure to vote. You don't show up here night and then and then missed the pulse all right if you had to pick one. Don't come here go there but I'll tell you that they realize that there is an opportunity to right now to to turn the tide to change the conversation and that that means that you've got to show up so let me ask you this. As a die-hard Sanders supported that you are a top tier surrogate For the candidate..

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"sander" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

14:44 min | 5 months ago

"sander" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"States including California Texas and Massachusetts and more than two million votes have already been cast. Here's some numbers. From the Nevada caucuses Bernie Sanders got forty seven percent of the final popular vote. He got about a third of the vote in the first round then was enough people second choice in round two to lift him to that better than expected. Forty seven percent getting almost a majority in such. A crowded field is real accomplishment. That very few people predicted now. Joe Biden came in second with twenty percent of the votes the winner in delegates was also sanders then with eighteen delegates. Biden was next with seven. Buddha judge got to delegates and the rest got zero. Elizabeth Warren Amy Klobuchar. Tom Star all with zero delegates stars case according to NPR. The billionaire had spent sixteen million dollars or two thirds of all the ad money in the state another way to put that as he spent twice as much as all the other candidates combined in Nevada any got zero delegates the sanders coalition was especially Newsworthy. Compared to his past results in terms of who is in the coalition. We'll get into that in a minute with me. Now Beth fouhy senior editor for politics at NBC News and MSNBC. I bet thanks so much for coming in. Thanks for having me can you talk about the Sanders Coalition. I what was surprising about the Nevada results in that respect and what was different from the past. So as we've seen Bernie Sanders over the years. His group of most devoted supporters have been basically college students. Younger people Smattering of sort of young minority voters. Although that actually was was kind of fairly late in coming as well we only sort of saw that starting to happen in two thousand sixteen this year in this Nevada caucus in the first diverse state of the of the early contest. We've we've seen voting island New Hampshire of course which are largely white kind of an older population in Nevada Bernie. Sanders got a whole wide diverse group of voters that we did not anticipate. He got support from so-called moderates. He got support from some people calling sells more conservative Democrats. He got a heavily minority Vote from both the Latino community which we expected but also a fairly good showing from black voters. So he's starting to broaden in a way that I think a lot of political analysts had not expected the whole rap on Bernie was that he sort of had a ceiling to his support and this Nevada result suggests that he does not one of those numbers is fifty four percent of Latino voters place in that category by far and when there are so many candidates getting a majority solid majority over fifty percent in any category is big and for somebody who has at times had a knock fairly or unfairly of not getting Voters of color got fifty four percent of the Latino voters. He also came in first among women as well as men. Sometimes he gets that knock as being gender-based candidate he came in first among both college and Non College educated voters came in. I in every age group under sixty five and back to something that that you said. Biden came in first among African Americans and those describing themselves as moderate but sanders came in a close second Among both of those groups notably that means he be Buddha. Judge include the Char among self-described moderates. How do you explain that? Well a couple of ways one that the fractured field with all those so called moderate still in the campaign. You Know Joe Biden Pete. Buttigieg Amy Klobuchar. You know that that that group is going to split up a lot of the voters but what we're seeing is just a consolidation around Bernie Sanders that people did not expect did not anticipate that. He is more popular among a broader group of voters. This time around that he has been in the past and and We didn't not not necessarily see this coming on the other hand. We only have one st to measure this by at this point so the real test is when we go into South Carolina which votes on Saturday and then the Super Tuesday just the following Tuesday this this whole notion that he has broadened his appeal will be thoroughly tested and we camp base everything on on just a small number voted so far but we will know very shortly whether this is real. You've been traveling covering the campaign. You're in Iowa you're in New Hampshire. You're in Nevada anything. You can bring home as sort of a different vibe in Nevada from the first states. That voted. Well it's always fun to go to Nevada after the two very cold Sort of bleak winter's states where winter is very blake. Iowa New Hampshire Nevada is Phil of young people. It's full of energy that you don't see in those other states. Many people speaking Spanish heavy Latino Population and yes. We saw a lot of excitement around Bernie Sanders. Now keep in mind. This this was of course caucus Bernie Sanders has typically done very well in in the past anyway so it's sort of favored his brand of politics. But you could definitely see people having a real excitement around him. I mean this was not just the Bernie Sanders Versus Hillary Clinton Contrast back from two thousand sixteen this is Bernie Sanders versus a whole lot of people in the in this case but he's as popular as ever folks coming out to his rallies and you know years ago. Brian I was told by the Great Political reporter from the Washington Post. David Broder Trust your eyes and you have to trust your eyes with Bernie Sanders these these rallies are real these rallies are suggesting something's going on that you have to pay attention to. We certainly saw that with President trump in two thousand sixteen. We saw that with Barack Obama. Back in two thousand eight. When you see that kind of surge of energy around a candidate you have to take seriously. It's always hard to know how much the true believers who show up at a rally represent a larger electorate in terms of is this the typical representation of what's going to be out there but you're right. We certainly saw it in two thousand sixteen when somebody pundits dismissed the trump rallies ask just the true believers and said well. It doesn't matter the Clinton wasn't attracting big crowds at her rallies The voters are going to be out there and of course we we see what happened. At least in electoral votes. Last week's debate was hosted by your network. Nbc and not just on cable but also on regular NBC. Which I think is one reason you've had almost twenty million viewers which is unbelievable number for any kind of political primary debate. It's almost as much as watch. The Oscars A couple of weeks ago which I might make it. The third most watched television show of anything all this year. So far I'm very excited about that But the reviews afterwards were that Elizabeth. Warren did so well in that debate and yet she didn't finish in the top three and didn't get enough popular votes for any delegates in Nevada. How'd you count for a couple of things one? There was already significant early. Vote ahead of the debate So folks who had already voted and then tuned in to see Elizabeth Warren. Well they couldn't change their vote even if they wanted to So that was part of it the other thing I would say though is Elizabeth Warren. Certainly Gave a very impressive performance but she led the Group of folks on that stage really sort of train their fire on Mike Bloomberg Not Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders We went. We went into the debates in and we said this on stage. Lester Holt said this on stage. Two things have changed Bernie. Sanders has emerged as the as the nominal front runner and Mike Bloomberg is on the stage. Those are those are the new elements to contend with so the the folks on the stage could have made a choice they could have decided to go after sanders. Who is you know kind of at this point starting to show signs that he's going to do very well in Nevada but instead everybody trained their fire on Bloomberg so that's going to potentially change this week in South Carolina. There's going to be another debate tomorrow. Night hosted by CBS and if Sanders is to be stopped these other candidates his rivals are going to have to take a deep breath and do something. They haven't wanted to do this far. Which is really go after him. And let's talk about Bloomberg and the debate. One thing I mentioned at the top that it's already super Tuesday because so many people have voted early. Two million plus people and a lot of those people voted before the debate When Bloomberg you know by all analysts accounts do very well and I saw in a morning console poll that his net favorability rating went down by twenty points after the debate among people poll. That could change of course with a good show tomorrow. Any poll is a snapshot. But did you see that? After the issue of nondisclosure agreements was so prominent for him in the debate he announced a couple of days ago that he will now release three women who work from his for his company from their NDA's. I I'm just curious. If you expect that to neutralize the issue in tomorrow night's debate it hasn't neutralize the issue at all in fact it gave Elizabeth Warren another chance to go after him and say well why not release the women all the women who might have. Nda's from their agreement. So no that's not. That's not going to neutralize anything against Bloomberg the real question for Elizabeth Warren. This time though is issued to go after her good friend Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders Not Mike. Bloomberg is halting Elizabeth Warren Momentum and the only way that she can get back into this is to take off after him and and we know they've sort of had this this detente throughout this entire campaign. They really haven't gone after one. Another certainly on on substance On issues they had that little sort of contretemps Around the issue of whether he told her a year ago that he didn't think a woman could beat. President Trump And that played out a couple of debates ago but on substance on issues they really have stayed away from one another. The question is whether Elizabeth Warren Basically says this is now or never have to do it. What do you make of Tom? Style doing as badly as he did in Nevada also zero delegates despite spending two-thirds of the total add money that was spent in that caucus. Yeah I mean. That's been sort of the Thomas Dyer Story. All the way along a he he did not do well in Iowa. He did not do well in New Hampshire. This is just not a candidate that anybody seems to be warming to particularly however I will tell you. Brian South Carolina. Maybe a different story. He was in their advertising when no one was on the air in South Carolina. He spent a lot of time campaigning there. He's made a big investment in a His campaign around communities of Color in South Carolina so he potentially could do fairly well. He got onto the debate stage in South Carolina because he was polling. Well enough get him in there. He didn't make our debate in Nevada but he did make it in South Carolina. So there's a chance that we could see a a decent showing from him on Saturday in South Carolina. Of course that is Biden's firewall Joe Biden has been talking about South Carolina as the place that he sort of going to come back into the running He's setting up sort of a high standard for himself. Given that Tom. Steiner has been campaigning there so aggressively and because Bernie Sanders has been on the rise. There was the news last week. That the nation's top expert on election security Government official working for the director of National Intelligence told the House Intelligence Committee that Russia is again. GonNa try to interfere or is already trying to interfere in support of Donald Trump's reelection but then it was also reported that that report to the Intelligence Committee also included Russia being interested in helping sanders. Now I WANNA play An example of the difference between how trump reacted to Russia reportedly trying to help him and sanders with respect to him. I here's trump said today.

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"sander" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"sander" Discussed on AM Joy

"In this movement because I believe in fighting injustice has always been what's driven and I think part of what we're trying to test with the American public is how much empathy and sympathy. Do you have about working class. Americans struggling out there in the world they are hovering under a medical debt student. Debt credit card debt. You look at the working class in this country. Wages are not going up for them. They are falling into medical bankruptcy. And if you feel that pain you feel it truly reflect on it if you feel that you know that something is fundamentally unjust about this system. We we have a corrupt and rigged political and economic system so you have to transform it. You have to agree that if you're gonNA operate within the status quo it is not working for people and if you feel that pain you're gonNA say transformation. Transformation is required. We've got social in this country. It has socialism for the rich Donald Trump corporate socialist. He Doles out. Corporate tax breaks to the top one percent if the government can give a trillion plus dollar so the top one percent of you telling us that you can't provide health care. You can't provide education. You can't provide housing. This is a matter of national priorities. So the question on the table for all of us this is. How do you feel that working class pain? and Are you prepared to transform the American government so that it works for the Working Class A strong argument by the way it's it gets very king in. Its very smart argument but but the ads are are going to be. They're going to be the ADS ARE GONNA true they're going to be actual till we you're saying is that the campaign is prepared to run on an affirmative defense offense Lisera. Donald trump is a corporate socialist. So that's GONNA be your in corporate socialist. It's about who does the government benefit. He believes the government should benefit the top one percent. All of my I was talking to my cabinet with billionaires. I'm going to cut Medicare social security. I'm going to deregulate the government so that it works for corporate chieftains. I'M GONNA make sure that they get tax breaks. That is how he thinks. How operate so? Let me so the question is do we want a government that benefits the working class this. We'll fight eight on democratic socialism. And here's the thing you and I both know that also politics especially presidential politics just a numbers game just what the job of the Democratic nominee is going to be to keep the sixty five five million people who voted for Hillary Clinton add another hundred thousand people in the key state But in order to unite the party. And let's talk about those two things number one if the ideas that you guys are gonNA run. An affirmative defense of socialism mutant floor is off the table. I mean she didn't win Florida but you're not GonNa get Florida so let's you're going to have to win it with the smaller Muller Map. I'm just telling you that there are voters who you're GonNa not gonNA write it off the balance with you're not gonNA call sixty five million people. There are just some people who for whatever reason whether they're right or wrong are. We're not gonNA vote for socialist period. So now you're going to have to build back the ones you lose and you're going to have been add to it. That's where the voters when you lose. Voters who just won't volition Pennsylvania Wisconsin Arizona Socialist. Can't you look at the polls head to head right now. I would argue joy in reading that ninety nine percent of the American in public knows who Bernie Sanders and when you ask them. What is the one thing you know about Bernie Sanders? It's Medicare for all or fighting corporate interests. That is what they know about him. And when you look at these head to head polls that's why they matter if he's already doing better than trump and I appreciate your argument that always gonNA spend a bunch of ads to lie about. You got fine. We'll take but the fact is you're starting off in a very strong position on a backbone. The people knowing who you are and what you're about okay. So let's talk about the other thing building a coalition. I'm on Social Media Lot. Maybe a little bit too much actually get off twitter a little bit but there's a pretty ask vicious culture out there you know twitter can be. It's not the real world but there are a lot of particularly women of color people of color who have been just savaged by Sander's Anderson fans and who were just turned off to him writ large because of the culture of sort of attack is there. Is that something that the campaign and by the way be honest communications director. If somebody that a lot of people are saying he's part.

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"sander" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"sander" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I think life insurance is a wonderful way to give the meaning fall and impactful legacy gift and what I mean by that is if somebody wants to make a really big impact on an organization but doesn't have that cash flow or available to do that sometimes what clients can do is purchase some life insurance purchasing life insurance and making that charity the beneficiary as a way for a meaningful give to calm at the end of your life so you know you if you want to give a hundred thousand or two hundred thousand or five hundred thousand to an organization but you don't have that to give maybe you want to pay an annual premium one thousand two thousand three thousand dollars whatever that premium is and make the beneficiary of that life insurance a charitable organization it's a neat way to I have a big impact at the end at the end of your life what I will say is that if you are thinking about this as a as a overall possible plan it's really important to talk with a financial adviser because there are benefits to giving different assets to charities from a tax perspective life insurance is tax free and so it's before you start implementing really any of these strategies on your own it's really important to talk to somebody like Sander or myself so that you can make sure that by doing a strategy with one hand you're not harming the strategies that you've put in place with the other what's exciting to know that there are options right there are opportunities on on both sides on the tax side and on the giving side and we know that people are giving actually as of November twenty nineteen over a hundred and five billion were reported in assets and over seventy five seventy three billion and reported income but charitable contributions actually dropped in twenty eighteen which is interesting and I think you'd be amazed by how much so stay tuned to find out just how much and why we'll be right back there are only a handful.

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"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

07:54 min | 6 months ago

"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"It doesn't take a subpoena to put out a statement if Ambassador Bolton has to say he could do that. So that's the idea of you. Don't need to call Bolton Talk to let him have his say the man can just like you know talked George Stephanopoulos or something so true. Yes which is true. Yeah so okay. There are two levels here. Right does the Bolton News change what Republican senators are likely to do with regard to allowing witness testimony. I think that's possible Sibal. I'm not sure it's likely but it's possible and it certain certainly likelier that then that it will that it will change what they do with regards to acquitting trump at the end of this right. But I've been saying all along despite events continually proven me wrong that people are like underestimating underestimating. The chances that this doesn't end in acquittal again. I don't think it's likely the final piece of this here is so the likeliest scenario is that president trump is acquitted how much then do senators votes on the final resolution of this acquittal or our removal from office affect their electoral prospects. Going forward like can we look at the Clinton impeachment and say that some senators had to pay a price for how they voted wooded so far. Trump's readings are a little higher than they were pre impeachment process. Even though a peach in sports also gone up. kind of converged little you bet. So all of the economy's been pretty good. There are other kind of factors that factor in their reporting a more partisan move because the Democratic primary and stuff. But yeah look I mean. I don't think we've answered this whether or not their electoral repercussions for how you vote in this. I mean for Clinton like pretty clearly Clinton over performed in in the nineteen ninety eight. I guess it was midterms because people did not like the impeachment trial. That was pretty clear. It's very rare for a party to over to actually gain seats in a mid term. Democrats did and impeachments explanation but that was a very very unpopular. Pitching Pressler's this. One is like mildly popular. And so so it's a bit different. I mean you know support for calling more. Witnesses is very high and so the talking points that hey whatever you thought about impeachment the GOP refused to actually have a fair trial or call witnesses. Like that's a pretty decent talking point. I think for Democrats right so if this is faded to end in acquittal anyway do Democrats actually not want with witnesses. Maybe well okay maybe right because then it just gives them a better baby. I continue to think that enough of them would under the right. Circumstances be willing to throw Biden under under the bus. Reciprocity yeah anything's possible. In this topsy turvy world. We live in by the way by the war. You're GONNA say nothing going to refrain. Don't refrain no rain. It's GonNa be on Frayne Frayne frigging away. I was GONNA say we'd put We should officially put Kabuki theatre on our do not say we're wrote a book list of Trite Things Kabuki dance food breath if you watch any of the networks while the coverage is going on basic Kabuki like I know it goes it. Add add it to my list of pet. Peeves of use of state. Nicknames and Kabuki Theatre Hawker. If you're out you're right you're right. I with forty forty seven. Oh no they just say Iowa yes absolutely you can also just say Doron Lee held opinions opinion. Just say the state if residents in the Hawkeye state could could right. I don't care. Let us literally don't care it is so tho- folksy stupid and I hate it forever. Iowa Hawkeye State New Hampshire Mica Granite State grants South Carolina. Palmetto State Nevada casseus Silverstein. I know all of weaving in did that. Fifty states series. Can you guys all say the states in order Arkansas California Colorado Still Aware Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Iowa. Kansas Maine Maryland Island Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi. Zor Tannin about going to add New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexican Record Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee. Texas exists UTAH. Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin. Why Oh Ming? Boom Amy Klobuchar. It's not that hard name the seven non-state nominating contests in the Democratic Primary Guam Rica. US Virgin Islands Abroad Democrats Democrats abroad. uh-huh yeah they vote on Super Tuesday morning. It's like a ten day process not macronesia. They screwed how many do we have four for. Give us a hint. We did someone say the missing. You're missing to really obvious ones when Washington DC AMERICAN CAMARA AMERICAN. And then. This one's a hard one. This is an easy one. This is probably the first one. It should have gotten non-state voters on the prep. 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"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

05:54 min | 6 months ago

"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"They're taking and taking very forcefully so I think that's probably coming from from some you. You know informal networks of of that Former White House. But it's interesting. Obviously when you when the name the Obama coalition is it's your name you probably in the Obama coalition being working class whites and young people and Black voters turning out in you know all in concert to elect a democrat. You might have some shall we say bias towards that particular strategy whereas Bernie Sanders would say it's old. It's an old paradigm. You can't think that way anymore. So so I don't know I don't think the democratic establishment has done anything meaningful to combat Bernie. I think you've seen some stories about you know it's it's kind of like the Republican serious concerns and it's like. Is it in the nature of the Democratic Party to do that. In addition into that Democrats have the same problem that Republicans did in two thousand sixteen which is the most effective way. If you're really worried that Bernie Sanders can't win a general election and you want to prevent them from winning the nomination the most effective way would be to rally behind another candidate. We've seen biding climb in in our endorsement tracker a bid but it's not like Mo.. Most Democrats are still sitting on the sidelines. He's gotten quite a few endorsements although they're mostly from like mayor's representatives right and not like Sanders and governor right so I just don't think you've seen any any like any movement on the part of established Democrats to stop Bernie that would that is at all likely to have any effect effect yet. Now if he wins. Iowa Wins New Hampshire. I think you might see a lot of Democrats say okay. The the time is now were rallying behind Biden Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah it depending on the result or. Maybe not like. We kept waiting for that to happen in two thousand Sixteen Publicans and never did let me raise three very important differences which is why I think the sanders trump parallels are overstate. At least in this respect right number one is that sanders is much closer to the democratic mainstream then trump was to what we understood her mainstream to be in twenty sixteen eighteen right. He has been on the left of the party but his agenda isn't that different than other candidates moved to the left. I mean compared to trump right. He's not explicitly criticizing past. GOP nominees. Right it's a matter of degrees but like okay number two. I hope how you can have a debate about that. I have a substantive debate about Euclid. The word you put in there that we understood at the time are important there. I think trump is pretty close to the Republican mainstream but not the way that the establishment perceived it well here. Here's an example. Trump literally flipped some republican positions Russians on like Social Security and Medicare for example. Is Sanders literally flipping a core democratic policy. Poor like free trade he. He flipped the Republicans position on free. Trade I think I guess my argument would be forget like policy positions for a second. Most political actors are like super crass and don't actually give about any of this stuff. Oh and so sure fine and so it's more about. How would this person being the nominee affect me right And I think what we learned about Republicans was they decided. I could get by just fine fine. I wonder if Democrats will conclude the same thing with Bernie. You see a lot of reporting about Oh red. State centers are concerned about Bernie Sanders as a nominee manet. We saw the same reporting with trump in two thousand sixteen but like ultimately you know. That's where north coming from for Biden is actually from or orientates other than like Bloomberg is coming from these swing district representatives Believe me two of the differences right number two is that sanders is not in a strong strong position. As trump was yes. Anders is not leading a national polls by ten points. Trillion opposed by six points. That's big right number. Three is that democratic delegate allocation rules. Give the Party and voters more ability to change their mind late in the embrace. Because you do not have these winner-take-all states and so burning actually has to win a majority or else super delegates coming to play and you have kind of a scenario that of course all the journalists would find really fun but contested convention And so that gives the party like a bit more time than you have with trump. If we all of a sudden he's winner take all states so those are differences. I mean there's also like I don't know right. I think a difference number four is that I think this earlier. I think the party doesn't it doesn't necessarily think there is a slam. Dunk electability argument against him against him yanked they. I think if you talk to the average Democratic Attic Party actor I'm just GonNa Guess Okay and it's matches accounts position in polls. I think it would say if we had to pick between the top four we would prefer on collectability grounds Biden. But after that exactly maybe learning. I think that's honestly what the average if you corner the average establishment person. I think that's what the average person would think but to be clear there isn't a slam dunk electability case against Sanders nor war was the second best in the polls against trump. We wait much like it's worth noting. Well we actually have one more topic to discuss today. We've already imposed almost entire podcast about the current state of the Democratic primary arrays in Iowa and sanders etc.. But let's talk about these new revelations being reported from the draft of John Bolton's book but first today's podcast.

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"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

13:05 min | 6 months ago

"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"We're back and we've talked about what the picture looks like more nationally and we're starting to get to what things look like on the ground in Iowa the conventional wisdom about How you win Iowa is that you surge late in the game and beat? Expectations is what sanders is doing surging late in the game or is there still kind of room. I'm for things to get mixed up quite a bit when it actually comes down to caucus day as far as Iowa goes. I mean it's a question Gaylon I think the answer is the timing. Might be perfect Bernie or it might not be perfect and we won't really know until a week from today and change from today. Yeah look so there literally is the you know. The kind of scenario of a candidate surging extremely late that has happened before like John Kerry's surge in two thousand four. It happened extremely light. Rick Santorum surge in two thousand twelve happened extremely late so I don't know what the mechanism might be. But you do have after I mean look. Our model still has gigantic confidence. Intervals for Iowa rights as Bernie get somewhere between eight percent and forty two percent of the vote probably right And that is born out of the fact that number one polling in the Caucasus always a little bit rough number two you absolutely can have a meeting area that shifts over over seven days. I think it's amazing by the way that the to national front runners. There's not really active like negative storylines about the either Biden or sanders. Right now I do kind of wonder if the Sanders prickliness not from senator himself but from people around want him makes people afraid to attack him and that does Bernie good. I don't know right when it comes to media narrative additive in the run. Up to the caucuses one thing that happened over the weekend is the Des Moines Register endorsed Elizabeth Warren. We've talked a little bit about whether or not endorsements -dorsements matter in the past but Claire Mike. Do you see this particular endorsement being meaningful given how important Iowa's generally on this podcast we talk about endorsements percents from like party elites elected officials. Here we're talking about in a newspaper endorsement which is similar but but a little different Jeffrey skelly on of Vare elections analysts looked at this site. The des Moines Register's endorsement has at least coincided with on average about a four or five point bump in in when you compare people's polls at the time of the endorsement to how they eventually finished now some years like John Edwards in two thousand four was is pulling out about eleven percent when he got the endorsement and won about thirty three percent of the vote. So it's a huge bump. Was it down to the magister endorsement. Well I don't know other years. There was basically no change right but I think the right way to look at it is what it was just getting which is primaries are so fluid and primary polling is so inexact that you just have to go into it thinking hey anything could still happen here and our forecast reflects is that right so like in this last week it is totally possible. Let's say people in Iowa include Buddha judge doesn't have a chance his support evaporates. Where does that go let say Klobuchar? Who has actually been gaining ground in Iowa? Paul's she's like in the high single digits now people might conclude. Oh actually that she didn't get high enough that I'm not gonNA waste my vote on Klobuchar. I think a lot of a lot of support could go to war right or Biden or anybody the else so I think that's embraces still very much. It's still like any. Including which are any of these people could win. And it wouldn't be that surprising right the clincher global chairman would be surprising because she has to leapfrog that for other people it would not be surprising if she got like third place in which site raced in which case given that. She has a New Hampshire. Endorse Nuke newspaper endorsement. How would that serve lick each? That's an interesting thing. Right IF AMY KLOBUCHAR nobody does decently well in Iowa. Probably isn't going to win but like I don't know win place show. She plays our shows. What does that do for her? Chances in New Hampshire These v the model. Maybe this is a good explain club which are actually does sort of Paul. Okay in New Hampshire specifically. I am skeptical of like like. They're definitely scenarios where it club. Char- let's say. Finish his top three in Iowa the media which has after ignoring her for much of the kind of frankly seems eager for a club but jars surge right I could see her becoming kind of a factor sort of in the way that like Jon. Huntsman was briefly factor. Right after finishing third in New Hampshire. And then you know maybe she also finished third New Hampshire and then you know frankly. I don't think either Nevada or South Carolina look like very good states for her and then she may be wins the Minnesota Primary I'm Eleanor Caucus on Super Tuesday. And then bows out or something right. So for every one zero she actually wins or comes close. There are ten scenarios involving her becoming a factor turbot not actually coming close to winning right and that's the barrier right like if she were consistently. There's a poll that came out last night at twelve or thirteen percent in third third place. Right that's polled. Our is an exception if you consistently had polls like that she really at thirteen percent instead of eight like that actually matters a fair bit at thirteen percent in Iowa Iowa yeah. I don't disagree with any of that. One thing I will say is you could imagine Klobuchar surging in Iowa and it being super isolated just given her regional connections actions to the state I do. It's noteworthy that. She has also climbed on a ton but she has a climbed the tunnel highway. Either you know. She's up to the mid to high single digits in New Hampshire too so maybe that does suggest that if she is able to do something in Iowa she at least has some base to work off of in New Hampshire. We kind of pivoted away from talking about the Des Moines Register endorsement of Warren. But I'm curious Claire. You talked about Santa's closing argument in Iowa. Basically being Birdie Birdie beat trump which is what you see on the signs right. What is warrants closing argument? Warren's closing argument seems to be one that's more of the traditional Democratic Primary Appeal which is I'm the one who best represents your desires for the future and I am the smartest and best equipped to do the job. I think another years that would be a persuasive argument to Democratic primary voters but in a primary where people are obsessed zest with trump. Trump is like this fascinating boogeyman two Democratic primary voters for good reasons. Certainly but there's this idea of how. How will he get under the person's skin right as if we don't we don't we haven't seen for years of evidence for how he does which is like like hell figure out who you are? Go figure out. He'll he'll do something and I think there's also I mean this is the sort of more interesting part to me in some ways. which is voters seem to care are less about ability to do the job probably because of trump right? The idea of there used to be this. This idea that only geniuses this is MEGLOMANIAC or otherwise ran for president. And we're good at the job. Perhaps the public has been disabused of that notion. There's more of a recognition that the presidency residency is and can be bolstered by smart and powerful and influential non actors and therefore you want a person who is ideologically pure from your point of view to occupy the Office Anyway Elizabeth Warren. I think perhaps as we're seeing through the numbers suffers from having quite quite a coherent and traditional appeal to primary voters. She's also making the electability case in the in the last days De Moines Join Register has this headline Elizabeth Warren Closing Argument Iowans Women Win. Quote Unquote I think that's telling two ways one. It shows to some extent that she's been on the defensive on that point as as people have raise electability questions but to at least unless. There's there's a swing winging last week days. It does suggest that declares point the Boogeyman of trump. I think you saw in twenty Democratic voters after the Clinton lost in two thousand sixteen. We're like we are going to rally behind women. Try to elect women to offices. That's important to us. I think you've seen beating trump take the place of that to some extent in twenty twenty where a lot of voters are saying. Electing women is important to us. Beating trump is the first priority already. And that's how we have essentially three men atop the polling chart. I'm curious this is something that the model can tell us. Although it's not public information we can see what would happen if each one of those four candidates were to win. The Iowa caucuses in a nutshell. I don't want to take too much time with this. But how does each of them winning. Winning the Iowa caucuses shift the National Picture Biden winning puts them in a fairly commanding position where he's already had nationally a lot of skepticism. About why this burning fizzle out. Or whatever Bernie winning I think leads to a very competitive race between probably Bernie and Biden in which which depending on Bird Bernie's margin of victory and where Biden finishes either candidate could be kind of the slight favourite Warren. Winning would at this point point likely create a balance because it would be come back story. Her pulling is not as robust as sanders is or Biden's in states after Iowa so that could be a case where you get a bounce becomes very competitive but that really be more more fifty fifty s right Also Sanders might not want to I. I don't think he quit unless he did really badly. Right and Buddhist twinning is kind of your kind of club which are kind of in the same case right. That's your kind of classic they would get a balanced and become a big part of the conversation sation. I tend to think based on looking at scenarios in the model they would not necessarily become the favourite. They might become the second favourite behind depending on. Who did well there? Maybe Biden or something. But it's not that hard to figure out I mean. They won the Silver Lining in Iowa for Warren. He'd much rather be gaining. In the polls in Iowa you'd much rather be in Bernie's position than Moore's position. There is a slight several lining which is because expectations factor into the bounce. That now Bernie's win in Iowa is a little bit more expected that might lead to a smaller bounce. Warren's win would be considered very surprising even though she's not that far behind I think Buddha Chech- win would be considered surprising now even though he is also not that far behind in fact he's really just a couple of points off the front runners so so in some ways like the question is okay is sanders is like surge. Well tiny answer is probably yes but the downside to that is that the conventional wisdom Even polls show basically sanders and Biden tied in Iowa. The conventional wisdom is that Iowa is Bernie's to lose you know if I were burning out with low to like downplay expectations -tations a little bit because that conclusions not really justify based in the polls where he's tied for the lead and you have third and fourth and maybe if plays as candy who still have some chances also so let's wrap on this given how much attention has been focused on sanders now that he's improved his position. In national and state level polling is the Democratic Cavalry Establishment Cavalry coming out against him or are they still choosing to remains someone on the sidelines in this primary. Well great question. There's been rumblings for quite a while that Barack Obama is not like Bernie Sanders. Anderson does not want him to win the Democratic primary Hillary Clinton obviously stirred up a lot of noise last week when she basically said no one likes him and doesn't want to work with him which is obviously lots of voters do actually like him. I think she's more referring to I think interpret that she was referring to the establishment. But you know there's a political piece that quoted for Instance Obama's twenty twelve campaign spokesman Ben the bolts basically saying he's gotta be stopped now. Now Obama World people did forcefully. Push back on a a piece last week. That sort of said Obama himself has said that he doesn't want to be around. I think the Obama people are really protective of Obama's sort of role as he's the one president in this trump Obama tussle who's actually maintaining his dignity cares about the constitution about the sort of the higher statesmanlike duties. And he's not gonNA put a thumb on the scale for anyone no matter how he feels. Personally I don't know if that's true but that's certainly the public line..

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"sander" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"sander" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A mystery and a Sander fell private school where a young boy died yesterday officials at mark day school say this a student was fatally injured on the playground but one o'clock in the afternoon they didn't offer details are how and student was rushed to the hospital but did not survive it's not clear what those injuries were school officials say they are working with authorities and a section of the campus remains closed off for the investigation Nevada resident around rare says it is hard on everyone especially so close to Christmas with its tragic stuff for the parents and and everybody involved kind of fish finders and filled in for them to mark day has students from kindergarten through eighth grade classes are continuing today and counselors will be on hand but officials are asking parents to use their own best judgment as to whether or not they want to bring their kids to school and the San Jose police department says it's ending its investigation into sexual assault allegations that presentation high school the victims claim before officials at the school tried to cover up of use for years but on Thursday investigators said the criminal probe did not turn up sufficient evidence to level charges against school administrators and some cases the statute of limitations had expired presentation high tells KPIX five we initiated an external investigation that is ongoing to ensure that we are doing everything we can to help support survivors protect students and heal our community if you know your money years Jeff Ballenger in the Bloomberg news room polygon bad good morning a secret team at apple was working on satellites and other types of wireless technology sources told Bloomberg the iPhone maker wants to find new ways to beam data and connect consumers to the internet about a dozen engineers are said to be working on the project and apple hopes to start deploying new systems within five years we're just now hearing about an acquisition that Facebook made earlier in the year Bloomberg reports the social network bought a small video shopping start up called packaged Facebook wants to build a live shopping feature inside its market place product retailers are gearing up for super Saturday tomorrow was projected to be the busiest shopping day of the year it is not only the last Saturday before Christmas it also comes a day before the first night of Hanukkah a lot of store change will be extending hours for tomorrow and for the airlines today is expected to be the busiest travel day of the Christmas new year's holiday period stock market futures modestly higher stocks advanced to record highs yesterday I'm Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg business sport KCBS right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic joke are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before I then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we can just run going.

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"sander" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

09:45 min | 10 months ago

"sander" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"We are joined by my colleagues Dan Hannigan Hello Dan how you doing Paul and Jason Willeke Jason. Thanks so so the news this morning is that Bernie Sanders was having some chest pains and Justice Comfort on Tuesday at a campaign event his AH campaign adviser put out a statement saying that he was found to have a blockage in one artery in two stents were successfully in inserted and he is conversing and in Good Spirit's so obviously that's good news. Everyone wishes Mr Sanders speedy recovery but Dan. How do you suppose that Democratic primary voters are going to react to this this news well. I think they're going to be Hurley shocked by it. the EX. I mean look like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren were just going to go down to the wire fighting over the progressive vote some of US had begun to talk about the likelihood of going to the Democratic convention invention in Milwaukee next summer and not getting a nominee on the first vote and then having this fascinating Horse Trading Guam amongst amongst the progressives over whether it was going to be Bernie or Elizabeth Warren and now all of a sudden sanders has developed what should be regarded as is a pretty significant health problem especially at his age. you know presidential campaigning as it's constituted today is an absolute league grueling activity and one wonder was sort of astonished to see someone like Bernie Sanders just out there for a second time campaigning with this intensity city but now I think Democratic voters going to have to step back and come to grips with the possibility that Bernie Sanders is going to have to reconsider. I mean he's gotTa. I don't think about his health and they've got to think about whether sanders is a long term viable candidate and weather where their their boats may go and most likely my guess would be they go to Elizabeth Warren. I can't see this vote dividing up too much between any of the other also ran candidates and I certainly do not see Bernie Sanders voters migrating to Joe Biden. I think that's right and what's what's notable. Here is how level hole in steady the sanders campaign has been so far so for all the talk about Elizabeth Warren's rise which is real in recent weeks if you look at the real clear politics average. Bernie me is still steady in about eighteen percent of the vote. He announced that he raised twenty five million dollars in the third quarter. which is the highest figure that we've seen so far that we still still don't have Warren's numbers or Biden's numbers? I mean Jason. Do you agree with that assessment. That that warrant is probably the the best position to pick up. All those voters is if they start to flee yeah. I mean the conversation about eight in the Democratic primary head focused on Joe Biden before because there was a sense the twenty twenty two thousand sixteen. Joe Biden was more vigorous than the twenty twenty Joe Biden and you really notice it with Bernie though the way he is on the trail. today is more or less. It's the same as as he was in two thousand sixteen. People thought he has a lot of vigor. He has a lot of energy. You know he's not making gaffes left and right. There's nothing to worry about so this. UPENN's that narrative and it makes the age question focus on Bernie. I agree that based on what we know now. It's a lot easier to see Elizabeth Warren getting the Bernie voters but one thing we've seen is that since twenty sixteen his voters are some of them are basically Bernier bust. I mean they are so loyal to Bernie Sanders. They're not even they think anyone else's too this off. They don't trust any other candidate so while I think Elizabeth Warren is the most likely single getter of of of Bernie voters if he were to leave the race. I also think they might look elsewhere because some of them are just so wedded to this one candidate. I'd like to promote propose another possible all scenario here. you know. Bernie Sanders look back four years ago. Two Thousand Sixteen was then a literally unknown figure or senator from Vermont completely obscure he got into the race became a major player Challenge Hillary Clinton for the nomination surfaced all of these progressive left-wing voters in the Democratic Party and I think at this point Bernie has already established himself as a historic figure figure he will be remembered and it's not beyond me imagining that Bernie Sanders would sort of decide at this point that he has taken his causing ause and campaign as far as he can drop out and an automatically makes him a kingmaker if he were to throw his votes to Elizabeth Warren. I mean that would so up end this race with Bernie Sanders being the guy who made the call I think he could step back and be satisfied that he had achieved all that he could have hoped for. That's an interesting possible possibility another thing that I have have wondered whether whether this increased focus on health also also is going to sort of bring down Joe Biden I mean there has been some talk mostly very quietly at least from the candidates themselves about whether Joe Biden's health is up to the task and I wonder whether this news even though it's about Bernie doesn't really help Biden one thing that was notable last month. was former president. Jimmy Carter was speaking in and he said you know if I were just eighty years old if I were fifteen years younger. I don't believe I could undertake the duties that I experienced. When I was president. you have to be very very flexible with your mind. You have to be able to go from one subject to another concentrate on each one adequately. I'm so I wonder whether this this focus on health is going to hurt by them in a similar way. I'm Jason and what do you make of that. I think that's true I mean I think it's inevitable that at the next democratic debate some of these age questions asked there was some question before about about how Biden would handle that kind of question could he pull a Ronald Reagan and sort of make light of it. I think it yes sort of everything is coming up. Warren between the between being the focus on corruption that's resulting from the Ukraine saga and now the focus on age with the Bernie Saga. Everything is sort of flipping in Miss Warren's favor just do it brings up a point again that Jason mentioned earlier. Maybe this'll be a wakeup call for Democratic voters voters in general I mean the reality is you've got all these. He's quote unquote old people running at the head of the pack for the presidential nomination and it could be that maybe this will make people step back and say say maybe we ought to think about Mayor Pete or Comma Harris or cory booker because the reality is that when you get to be seventy eight seventy seven years old you do start to lose slow down. You lose a step. If that weren't true every professional athlete out there would never stop playing saying and the reality is it gets to you eventually. Maybe voters all how take that into consideration well and I was gonNA ask about that. What's what's going on here. The broader context so if if you look at the democratic side the three leading candidates the only candidates in double digits are Joe Biden who turns seventy seven next month Bernie who seventy eight turned last month Elizabeth Warren Seventy president trump of course seventy-three Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House the seventy-nine Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader Seventy seven just for a little little bit of context the the previously the oldest president was Ronald Reagan was inaugurated at sixty nine so dan what what's going on here. That's creating this dynamic well. I think a lot of it is is the media has always been the case. These these people are the individuals who are senior figures figures like Mitch McConnell Nancy Pelosi they hold onto these positions and the media writes about them all the time simply by the fact that they are so prominent and it's difficult for people who aren't in the media spotlight to breakthrough. We've seen that with so many of these other the Democratic candidates take someone like representative Tim Ryan of Ohio. I mean here's a young vigorous smart guy. you know. I personally think if he were at the candidate running against trump he would give them a run for his money but it's so hard for individuals like Tim Ryan are John Delaney to break through these days and the system just defaults to individuals who been around for a long time then there's a there's an irony on the democratic side because we keep hearing about how the the democratic electorate is young and and diverse and the and the Republican electorate is aging and becoming irrelevant and yet the leadership of these democratic the people blue really hold democratic political power tend to be you know quite old and really able to just tighten their grip on these positions you know even even the People Supporting Bernie are the people who want to overthrow the democratic power structure and they've thrown their lot behind obviously a man in his late seventies yeah just to just to throw one more your data point in there so the Pew Research Center. I thought this was interesting. Projects that in the twenty in two thousand twenty twenty three percent of the electorate will be sixty five or or older which is high share since at least nineteen seventy. I mean maybe that is is part of the dynamic to you've got to think about if since older people vote in higher percentages they're even a bigger percentage of people who actually cast ballots of final irony though kyle this reporting the past ask few days was that Bernie Sanders had to do more to increase his support among older voters interesting so we're talking about.

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"sander" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"sander" Discussed on Back To Back

"By the trends and always looking for new challenges alan ges so this one was cool and i think you guys are going to love it to. Let's get into a right now. This is me and sander van doorn back to back less girl so the chicago. I was like ten years for me and i was in san diego for the last six years. That's my favorite spot. Oh man i did there was a certain point where i was actually thinking about moving to the u._s. Myself and <hes> yeah. Let's kinda thinking about either l._a. Because everybody's everybody's basically dare you know right songwriters and <hes> you know <hes> all the older colleague d._j.'s who were living in the u._s. from from abroad <hes> a fi- a finance san diego to be a little more chill chill out relax and the yeah yeah but i stayed in long story short. I mean it's inter- i was thinking about this on the way over that it's really the dutch and the swedes who have like established there for dance music who really established sort of their own thing can exist separate. I it's like most especially in the modern idiom <hes> era yeah. I feel like a lot of what's happening is somewhat reliant on what's happening in the u._s. Absolutely absolutely for you guys and i think for the swedes. Maybe maybe few others. It's you've got your own thing right yeah. Yeah you know it kind of started out in the in the eighties when <hes> there was a radio d._j. Very famous radio a d._j. Colter bendy brands and <hes> it was the first one doing <hes> like half an hour mixes <hes> it it would do one every single week so he would actually mix records in into each other and that was a new phenomenon because it used to be only like start. Stop talk over <hes> you know two tracks and that was it and all of a sudden you have this mix and one to the other and that was pretty special actually and a lot of people die dove into that whole whole scene in it actually became pretty big into gazing over in amsterdam sure where clubs like it's a roxy started to pop up and <hes> <hes> it kind of blew up and because of amsterdam it's it's kind of spread out throughout the rest of the country <hes> also in my city <hes> i had this club club colds <hes> the dunstan in dutch cicles. Basically your lily translated this the dan saloon which sounds really really crappy but actually it was was a really really a good glove really good music and that's how i came to notice this whole old dense phenomena. What was the name of the the d._j. You said for started mixing the records together <hes> ben lebron okay yeah and were you. What age were you when he was sort of doing his thing. I was really young. Actually i've always around six or seven years old than the my older broader ten years older. It was already <hes> listening to makes us so whenever he was listening to who makes you know i wanted to listen to myself and <hes> what kind of music was <hes>. There was being mixed at that time. It was kind of a early very early housing soon <hes> it was called <hes> also new weeds early assets and <hes> but also makes them to two tracks from detachments like enjoy the silence and i did those those tracks were already a little bit dance related and he bought them all on a final and <hes> you know he was my example so whatever he wanted to listen listened to. I listened to myself and <hes> until he bought this this kiss records <hes> how was made for laughing. I was like what the hell is this. I wasn't feeling pulling data at all so that's what i noticed. I really liked the whole dance. A you know a combination. It's funny with family to where you know whether it's a father figure or brother or anything like that you've you've followed them for a while. It's like you just wanna be exactly like them and then just like when you heard the kiss first thing i mean i've had moments like that. You like oh wait. No we're not going to happen..

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"sander" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"sander" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Sander Levin is leaving congress next week after thirty six years. He thinks the partial government shutdown won't end before he leaves Levin. Talked with WW J's Beth Fisher about the shutdown. Now, the president has been adamant about money for the wall. He says oversight though union, then I guess the latest compromise. But the problem is that there's no real evidence that the money would be will used we need to pay attention to national security, but he's always it was a campaign promise anything she has to make good on campaign promises. Even if it's not good policy, but he made a lot of camping provinces and often they were just exaggerated in some cases, I think you'll found it. And so he just thinks he has to stick to his his his political message. But there is a national interest here beyond anybody's political message in a campaign. And what is this shut down costing the US? Well, it's hard to be exactly sure. It depends. What you include? But it's it's costing billions of dollars and in terms of homeland security, for example that agency is fully funded. And also. In terms of productivity. Essentially, the tradition has been to pay people were these gonna sit down even if they net to who are not able to work that is Michigan congressman Sander Levin with WW J's Beth Fisher, WW J news time five fifteen..

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"sander" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"sander" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Article caught my eye there was an article at the new republic and the title is bernie sanders is not the left all right it's an article by sarah jones it's from last week over at the new republic so the title was bernie sanders is not the left his refusal to endorse ices abolition is the latest evidence that he's not the politician that many believe him to be so isn't that just kind of like typical left wing democratic politics where a position now that wasn't even an issue it was it wasn't even a thing six months ago but now if you're not on board with it you're not you're not really the politician that many believe you debate again it's it's like i said with the gay marriage thing if a democrat were were to run today with what obama's position on gay marriage was in two thousand eight two thousand nine two thousand ten if they were to run with that you're like your fascist basically that that's pretty crazy i mean it's pretty crazy that it's the intend years a position that was you know you were the hope and change and yes we can candidate and now you're literally hitler i don't know to me that seems like a pretty stark contrast and so it's it's interesting to try to follow this stuff and see where exactly the party's going and this is why a lot of people have made the observation that the left eats the left and anyway i actually think there's there's a big opportunity in there because more and more people once you're once the tool is that basically you're a fascist if you don't agree with us and more and more people start to be called the fascist they they don't like that and of course everyone particularly there's no better example than you know the the wing of the left that's known as like the social justice warriors but they set up a standard and this is true with more mainstream leftist as well but they set up a standard that like no one can actually live by and then then it's pretty difficult is pretty difficult for anybody to actually rise up to be a hero in in those conditions i mean you think about it with the metoo moment where they set up the standard that basically like if you've ever made a woman uncomfortable you're you're a predator and okay i mean look if the standard is something reasonable like have you ever you know groped a woman or have you ever like forced a woman to do something that she was saying she didn't wanna do or something like that then okay lots of guys can be good guys like well i've never done that you've never done that okay we're good guys but if the standard is you've ever made a woman uncomfortable or you've ever you know like some of these terms that they'll use like like sexual misconduct or something like that well you'll you'll be hard pressed to find a guy who's ever been single a straight guy who's ever been single who hasn't at least at some point maybe perhaps made a woman uncomfortable i mean i've had women make me uncomfortable many times in my life of course we're not like a you know straight men aren't like a a group that has victim status so no one cares about that but of course it's just it's this impossible standard and this is why you know more and more people if they continue this way are going to end up abandoning the left which i think would be a very good thing okay so here's the article once again the title bernie sanders is not the left his refusal to endorse ices abolition is the latest evidence that he's not the politician many believe him to be when cnn's jake tapper f asked bernie sanders on sunday if he wants to abolish the immigration and customs enforcement agency the senator was uncharacteristically vague quote i think that what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration in a rational way and a rational way is not locking children up in detention centers or separating them from their mothers what we need is trump to sit down with members of congress and work on a rational program which deals with the excuse me which deals with this serious issue so okay the only thing.

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"sander" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"sander" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Get better it might take a little time it might take a little work but it absolutely can get better if they're willing to make that commitment to themselves and their kids and you've seen enormous transformations in people's lives because you've been doing it long enough right you've seen children who were terribly anxious in the early years grow up and be fairly non anxious adults zach correct absolutely kids were so overwhelmed by their anxiety that they would waste if you will five six eight hours a day being nonfunctional because of it now would say to me because were close and we form relationships and they come into town and like to say hi to me that they might have a little anxiety around the edges three or maybe five minutes noticing things but a little bit of anxiety is a good thing in essence it helps keep us on the right track it helps us modulate things and they get to the point where they are in control of their anxiety as opposed to their anxiety controlling them i love but there and charter there anxiety anxiety isn't in charge of them and it's really shrinking the beast isn't it it's the beast of anxiety the beast of depression or the beast of adhd it's all about helping the the child be in charge of the parent be in charge and shrinking that beast while sander this has been so helpful for me and i really feel like i've learned a lot about anxiety and kids as well and i'm so grateful that you came and educated us because so many times i think a one apparent sees anxiety or worries about in their child it triggers them to be afraid so they want to avoid it and your messages don't do that exactly deal with what your kid has you can deal with it you can help them deal with it and there is excellent treatment and you think you can help them get through this and get passed this and um i just appreciate all your expertise and how beautifully you articulate an advocate for kids so sanders this has just been a wonderful and theory i opening session.

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"sander" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sander" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Are they have every right to pay you for that and that money that they earned from sales was went when right back into the company and disprove even more advances so so this is kinda wherever center was until relatively recently it was good for small proteins you you had a small protein they could probably do a very good job or a decent job predicting how the chain of amino acids were were would fold into that small protein but the big one so we're really top very difficult to solve and beggar had even said that i wasn't sure whether i would even get there i don't feel that way anymore so let's he ended that with i don't feel that it way anymore so why what at what happened wisey confident even for these large proteins this latest advance i was actually proposed in the 1990s by computational biologists chris sander only recently though has has technology been available to take advantage of his idea which was which was essentially to look at this is really cool he heat said that we need to look at coach devolving amino acids imagine you've got a string of amino acids and two of them are far apart but they if you look at their genetic history they've been evolving together for millennial for or wherever so that if if that's the case then it's increasingly likely that those two proteins when they finally fold together were right next to each other please do it i mean so imagine you've got a string of amino acids it fold and you've got to amino acids that are right next to each other there touching each other and they've been that way for for could be millions of years and so few of mutate one of those amino acids chances are that that that protein could come completely fail and not do its job anymore because those two need to be together when they're not together the protein cannot assume that final shape but if they if they of butane and co evolve that means the it can't continue doing what its its task the of the protein it maybe even a better job than than it's ever done before.

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"sander" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"sander" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"And on some people choose something called natural or burial which is where they are buried in the ground with out all of the boxes in the caskets in the coffin and then they their body uh goes back into the ground some people choose something called cremation which has a really big word and it really just means that the person's body that can't feel anything or sense anything any anymore goes into a room that gets really really hot and then after a while what's left behind are things that they often call ashes and sometimes it looks like sander at looks like kitty litter so they'll be about you know the bat about the size of a bag of flour or so of of those what they call ashes and some families will take those ashes on now bury them in the ground or they will keep them at their house in a special container called on earn or they might take them and uh scatter them in different places may be our favorite place of the person who died jenny you mentioned that at something called green burial where a person's body is put in the ground and the body you said returns to the earth and maybe this is helpful to think about wind pets die too often if you have a dog or cat or a hamster you might bury it in the ground and what happens next when you say returns to the earth can you describe that for people so with the natural burial as uh the body doesn't mean we called decompose which is a really big word for that all the different parts of the skin and the the hair in the bones they change and so they don't look the same way and they turn into basically like the dirt just like as you would if you have the leaves the fall off the tree and if you leave them on the ground they also decompose and become soil again one of the wonderful things about that is that's how new life grows new trees grow out of the dirt and and as you said its plants that have died in have gone underground and they become that earth again and so the new things grow out of it which is a pretty wonderful way to think about it.

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