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Fresh update on "sanders" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"E this week CBS Donna Bacchus says that's pinching small businesses Yes price jump is also raising costs for other goods including pizza So our cheese that we use here comes from Wisconsin On top of that but most of our delivery distributors are adding a fuel surcharge now to all of our orders Gas was already moving higher in recent months but Russia's war in Ukraine only made matters worse I still gotta live and work so I mean it is what it is and we just kind of grunt and go on with our lives Even as they shell out more money at the pump many Americans say they plan to hit the road this summer It was a roller coaster ride on Wall Street that had the S&P 500 flirting with a bear market George ball of Sanders Morris Harris says much pent up consumer demand for goods and services There's such a strong market for labor that no we are not headed for a recession anytime soon Sooner or later of course the stop clock is right twice twice a day and there will be a recession But no time soon One person has died and more than 40 people have been injured in a rare northern Michigan tornado If plowed through the town of Gaylord where Frank mcclellan and a friend were grabbing a bite to eat to the back of the Taco Bell and by the time we got there it was pretty much passed But then three minutes later we went back out of the parking lot to check our cars And we could see the damage behind us There were buildings that look like you just got to flatten The owner of a car repair shop says he and his workers took cover in a bathroom and that he feels lucky to be alive because it blew the back off the building President Biden and his top aides have plans in place according to national security adviser Jake Sullivan if North Korea launches a long-range missile or conducts an underground nuclear test during mister Biden's 5 nation Asian trip President Biden's.
Fresh update on "sanders" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"This is the Paul finebaum show hour three podcast. Can we reach the second half of the show and we're really looking forward to getting an ocean different perspectives and our next guest. Jay Williams has had some very strong comments on what has been going on about 11 hours ago. I was honored to be on his program. KJ and M on ESPN radio and ESPN2 and Jay Williams joins us. On this program, Jay, it's really great to have you on. I know there's a lot happening in the sports world, but we're really eager to hear your thoughts as not only a former player on many levels, but somebody who watches the world of intercollegiate athletics with great interest. Good afternoon and tell us what your thoughts are on this little few down in the SEC. Good afternoon. Well, first of all, Paul, I really appreciate you allowing me to be on your show, man. I've been a fan of years for a while. I know you and I have had a lot of candy conversations and I always enjoy learning from you and hearing your insight on things. You know, for me, I grew up in a house called football fan for my parents deal how as they train me properly to say my whole life. We'll save Ryan day for a different time. But even Steve spurrier jumping in this. My once duke head coach, I had the drama that you guys have going on down there is just so next level. And I gotta be honest. I'm here for it. I feel like in a way I want everybody to get up there moral high ground here. And even reading Steve spurrier's commentary about he doesn't disagree with Nick on his comments being made. We all know what the business of this sport has always been. The challenge is going to be how do we be transparent with what the business of the sport is. But look, first off, I think that Nick seemed to lose Paul. You've known Nick a lot longer than I have. I've spent some time with him. I spoke at his organization, I understand also coming from the tree line of coach K, how serious they take things that they say, and there's a lot of intent behind what they say, and when they choose to say it. And I think Nick seems like he was loose in that environment. And I get that when you have to generate donors and create a little bit of a rally cry behind how you're doing. I think the line was overstepped by Nick, but also I think by Jimbo here, when you start attacking people saying, you know where the dead bodies are. That was disappointing to me. It became extremely it just became disappointing for the SEC a little bit. And then obviously the stuff on Deion Sanders took me down a different path, frankly. Yes. And I want to talk about the Dion Sanders path because we've obviously obsessed for two days over Jimbo Fisher, but I heard you talk about that earlier, and I want the audience to hear when you heard that what you thought and has much changed since then. No, at first I'll start trying to look at things practically, Paul. SEC rivals, he just beat you number one recruiting class. Assistant still doesn't say him by his name and the somewhat apology understood all that. But when it kind of came to Dion, it just came out of left field to me personally. You know, I've interviewed and I've spent time with Dion. And I had him on my podcast on NPR called the limits a couple of different times. And when you start hearing about how he's had to legitimately hustle to help the school with business acumen in general, what some of their TV deals were like. Some of the issues around busing and funding for different games. Even the way he had to work Under Armour for an Under Armour relationship for their team and how he's had to kind of allow other people to buy and just there was a lot of there's a lot of sacrifice that went there to do that. And, you know, I don't understand that because for me, it's like, why are you why are you attacking a guy that's giving back to his community at a historically black college? Like I don't understand that one bit Paul. And you have done a black commercials with him. I spent time with him. It just felt like one of those jobs out of nowhere. And for me, like when you start jabbing, people like that, you feel the heat. You feel the competitive heat. So you start throwing little darts. And that's also a sign that lets me know that what Deion Sanders is doing at Jackson state is working because he's completely disrupting the model. And the last thing I'll say about Apple, you know, when I hear Nick Saban talk about, this is about a team first mentality. I understand that. But also, you're talking about, you know, a lot of young kids, majority African Americans that are going into that will have a chance to learn how to brand themselves and market themselves. And what I see Dion doing down there, whether people like it or not with barstool sports is he's helping young players understand their profile and how the build their image and how to be careful when building about how they manage their brand. So it's curriculum that I think we're doing a dis justice to all of our kids aware and teaching them how to navigate social media. We've been on TV breaking down stuff about whether NFL players like or unlike a team and what kind of news that generates that that takes practice to learn how to deal with that. An experience. So it just became a little bit personal to me because I spent time with Dion. I see how tough it's been and he could leverage it. He's going to do extremely successfully well. But it takes a certain person to come back and say, I will be part of this and I will help create the next level within the black community. Now, I'm going to be honest with you because a lot of people don't come back and do things like that. Talking to Jay Williams, Jay, you played for arguably one of the two greatest basketball coaches of all time. We can save that debate for some other time. I think it's already happened. But and you know Saban, so I'm asking you to compare because I don't remember. I mean, I've read books on coach K, but I don't remember anyone ever really, other than Carolina fans poking at the bear, saying what we heard from Jimbo Fisher yesterday. Now, again, it's an opinion. It's not substantiated, but he worked for the man..
Fresh update on "sanders" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Feel the difference Dan bongino on the big 89 WLS If liberal policies work why don't liberal policies work The Dan bongino show Yeah I mean the Moneyball right If he's a good hitter why didn't he hit Kurt I mean that's it If liberal policies work then how come whenever they implement and whether it's Joe Biden or David dinkins or Bernie Sanders or anyone else that they always fail why is that They're just simple questions They're not complicated And I have seen this chronology of events happen before I mean can you I just say that it's kind of bring it back to the beginning of the show We're talking about this destruction being this ongoing car wreck pileup of the Biden administration Can you give me an example of a city that is implemented The full boat liberal agenda That has just prospered and flowered I mean where you have full monopolistic control and you haven't been stopped San Francisco New York you were stopped They got two terms of Giuliani It's since been on even Bloomberg outside of the gun control stuff was relatively reasonable on the economic stuff Before he went crazy with all the gun confiscation nonsense so New York it was the cycle was broken and we got de Blasio and it all went back again but they haven't managed to destroy the whole thing yet But what they've had monopolistic control everywhere You look at these countries they fall apart these country states and cities like San Francisco and I brought up countries because Chile just elected a communist This is a relatively prosperous South American country that in a matter of weeks and months has managed to almost completely fall apart You've got this guy in Mexico Amlo as well The destruction wrought by these people is just incredible Like you don't have a single example you can produce of success yet we have a ton of them Texas Florida Ronald Reagan's years in office I mean Margaret Thatcher's revitalization of the United Kingdom's economy our examples are all over I can see here all day.
David McCormick: John Fetterman Is an Extreme Leftist
"And the Democrats are going to nominate the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania who's a lunatic He's a Bernie Sanders guy but absolutely a lunatic as radical as anybody who has ever run for the United States Senate And it's going to be absolutely crucial that he be defeated How do you think you'd pair up against him We got to win this for just the reason you said he is a socialist He's an extreme leftist But like Bernie Sanders he's got a following And he's raised an enormous amount of money and he will raise a lot of money nationally And so I think there's two ways we beat John sediment Two ways I beat John federman first that on ideas Our ideas are better
Supreme Court Justices Face Threat Over Leaked Draft
"I want to argue that with you because if they've got 5 firm votes and they know that they're going to overrule roe and Casey and they've just got to let the descents put their descent together and maybe the chief does a concurrence like he did in citizens united while joining the majority. There are lots of things that could happen. But if there are 5 votes to say we're going to overturn roe and Casey, the present danger to justices of fanatics is real. And I drove past Sunday last. The softball baseball field where the Bernie Sanders supporter stalked prepared and tried to kill half the Congress. And we have a number of fanatics in this country. And if you incentivize them to do something, like harm a justice, I just, I'm not comfortable with that. Remove the incentive. They can't change the decision once. How does releasing the vote remove the incentive? Because it's not a judgment until it issues from the court as a judgment. And so if a judge were to try his or her car off of a cliff tomorrow, by accident, the majority vanishes. They have it issued a judgment. So it can change into the last day. But that doesn't. I mean, if the vote total becomes known and it is to overturn roe and Casey, I don't think that changes. I mean, you're knowledge of the procedures of the Supreme Court exceeds that of most Americans. I think that if I had lunch yesterday with a I had lunch yesterday Republicans voted to take away a woman's right to choose.
Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man
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What JD Vance's Win of the GOP Nomination in Ohio Means For the US
"I mean, this is just amazing. What we saw happening out in Ohio because JD Vance, wow, he just climbed in the polls. In the last couple of weeks, interestingly, after Donald Trump endorsed him. He did win the day out there in Ohio. He now advances to the big race in November. He's running against senator rob. Well, he's running against center Tim congressman. Tim Ryan, I should say, this is for senator rob Portman's seat, rob Portman, of course, is retiring getting out of politics. And this will be an interesting one because what I love about Ohio voters is that they really are just kind of salt of the earth and they're interested in a lot of the same things that frankly I think you and I are interested in from a policy perspective. And so it will be extremely interesting to watch. I should point out that Tim Ryan, he has a history of being pretty tough on China. He is a history for standing up for the American people on the jobs front. He's very anti inflation. I mean, he's got a lot of values that are somewhat aligned with a lot of the conservative values, not all of them, for sure. Not all of them. But that's why it's going to be so interesting because he's not an AOC type. He's not a Bernie Sanders type is not Elizabeth Warren type. He kind of didn't fit in entirely perfectly to the Democrat party. So now he's running against somebody who is really the antithesis of everything that the Democrats stand for. And that'll be a very interesting barometer to see where that heads for us as a nation. Don't forget, this Vance victory is seen as a Trump victory because Trump endorsed him and it really could spell some pretty good news for Trump endorsed candidates. I think in other upcoming primaries, including what we're seeing in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, all over the country,
Mark Levin's Predictions Following Leaked Draft Opinion
"When this story broke last evening right after I left the air mister producer right after the show was over I predicted several things to my buddy Sean Hannity via texts my wife and I and others Number one that this was all about the person who leaked this wanted to make sure that the ultimate decision that the Supreme Court made 5 to four highly likely to overturn a truly illegitimate decision Would be hijacked by the left as a political issue They knew the media would support them for the most part And they would push and push hard To get a legislative change Number two it would change the subject from inflation and gas prices as best as they could In number three they would try to destroy the Senate having already destroyed aspects of the Supreme Court with the leak As Bernie Sanders immediately came out and said let's get rid of the filibuster rule and you're hearing that now from the radical left So they would destroy the Senate Destroy the court Just as they've destroyed the classroom in public education And just as they have destroyed title 9 of the when it comes to athletics
Can Republicans Take the Senate in November?
"Well, senator Rick Scott, you know, let's move on to a happier subject. What we're going to be able to do about this because I think we're taking back the Senate in November. Can you give the Hugh Hewitt radio program audience a preview of how you think next November is going to go? Here is where we are. We should be able to defend all we have. We have 21 Republicans up. We should be able to defend all those. Now, someone will be harder. We've added to Pennsylvania. We've got to defend North Carolina. We've got to defend probably the hardest of an incumbent is Ron Johnson and Wisconsin. But if you look at the quality of our candidates in the primaries, we got a lot of primaries that will come up in the next 30 days. We got great people in our primaries. We've done great incumbents running. So we just have to bust our butt every day. It's how you win races. I'm in a 50 50 state. You work every day and gosh, you have success. And where we have our pickup opportunities is one in Georgia. Is the Doug Jones of this cycle. A 100% what Biden Schumer and Bernie Sanders. And so we've got two we've got three good people in the primary. One of them is going to win right now, Herschel Walker's way ahead. We should be able to win there if we run good race.
Caller: Paying off Others' College Debt Is Biblical
"Now Doug and Columbus, Ohio, is a fan of the idea. Let's get dug into the mix here in the relief factor dot com studios. Hello, Doug. Hey, Mike. Yeah, I don't think it goes far enough. How far should it go? Maybe the government should pay you to go to college. No, I don't believe that, but you know, do you believe they're biblical, Mike? I mean, I would love to see a take all of Bill Gates money and Abigail, Disney's money and these big corporations and stuff and divide it all out. Just give it away. Just give it away. And you think that's good. Do you believe in the Bible? So you're being sarcastic, right? You're not. I believe someone like chuck bold one would break up all the debt, all the wealth at the top, way more than some Bernie Sanders. I don't believe in him, but this jubilee stuff is biblical. I mean, do you believe in the Bible or not, Mike? Are you a troll with other radio shows or just mine? I'm not a troll. Of course you are. Do you believe in biblical jubilee or not? How many times do you think you're going to say that? And how many times do you think you're going to get your question? I'm dodging. I'm being evasive, go away. This is troll day. This is weird day.
Caller: Barack Obama Never Liked Joe Biden
"Mike, I'm hoping you can help me remember. I forgot. When did Obama endorsed Biden? Only after every other Democrat dropped out. Remember he reluctantly endorsed Biden. He, they kept trying to get him to endorse Biden. He wouldn't do it. He wouldn't do it. He waited until Bernie Sanders and everybody else dropped out, so it was a very belated and reluctant endorsement. Glenn Obama doesn't like Biden. He doesn't. I mean, you could look up all this reporting of things that Obama has said about Biden. He basically thinks he's just an old white guy with bad ideas.
Joe Biden Campaigned as a Moderate; Governs as a Progressive
"Senator Portman, the rules I've always operated under with W and with former president Trump is that if you go to talk to him, you never tell people what they say, but it's okay for you to say what you say. So what did you tell the president? Well, first of all, you learned that rule when you worked in The White House and I learned it too. We were both to associate counsel to the president and when you're in the Oval Office, you don't say what they say you. But I can tell you what I've said to him consistent to him consistently, which is you have an opportunity here. As you know, I said it relation to the COVID relief when they end up going with their own legislation going it alone and spending almost $2 trillion, the largest legislation ever passed. I went down there to The White House with other Republicans who were willing to work with them and said, we can come up with something here that makes sense that doesn't break the bank that focuses just on COVID. Most of that 2 trillion, by the way, did not focus on COVID. And as a result, as you know, we have this 40 year high in inflation. We have an economy that's struggling because people's wages aren't keeping up with that inflation. And so that's an example. Energy is another example. So I'm Frank with him when I talk to him about an opportunity for us to do what he said he wanted to do during his campaign. Recall, he ran as the moderate. It was Bernie Sanders, who was the progressive, and yet respects his campaigning like Bernie Sanders, he's governing like Bernie Sanders after having campaigned as someone who wanted to reach across the island, get some things done.
President Joe Biden to Propose New 20% Minimum Billionaire Tax
"Biden's last big economic initiative, the build back better $1 trillion boondoggle. Burned out like a falling star. And not entirely surprisingly, the Biden administration has cooked up a new tax proposal. Now, this tax proposal is interesting in that it seems to include a component of a wealth tax. Oh, what's a wealth tax? Well, a well tax should be distinguished from an income tax and an income tax your taxed on the money that you earn in a given year. And in a wealth tax, you are taxed on what you own, your taxed on what you have. Now, Biden isn't proposing exactly that people in this case rich people. The New York Times says billionaires. Here's the title of The New York Times article Biden to include minimum tax on billionaires in budget proposal. But the article is contradicted by the second paragraph, which I'm now reading to read, the tax would require that American households worth more than 100 million, pay a rate of at least 20% on their income, as well as unrealized gains in the value of their liquid assets, such as stocks and bonds, which can accumulate value for years, but are taxed only when they are sold. Now, first of all, somebody who makes a hundred $1 million, somebody who's worth a $100 million is not a billionaire. It's time to just lay out what a billionaire is. So you we all know what a $1 million is. It's one with 6 zeros. A thousand million makes a billion. A 100 million is one tenth of a billion. So The New York Times apparently doesn't know the difference, so you got this writer, Zola and all youngs. Zola and cattle young says no idea that a 100 million is one tenth. So he goes Biden to include minimum tax on billionaires. It's the fortify the democratic rhetoric. We're going after the billionaires. They can't really say we're going after the millionaires because too many American families, including a lot of democratic families, are millionaires, including by the way, families like Bernie Sanders.
Bernie Sanders May Actually Be Right About Something
"When I saw this clip of Bernie Sanders, basically complaining that we're living under an oligarchy, it made me take pause because we're talking a lot about oligarchies right now, and oligarchs, especially with what's happening with Russia and Ukraine. And it hit perfectly on a message that I've been trying to communicate for quite some time about what's coming next. What is the, what are the conditions of the country going to look like? So people ask me all the time, Charlie, why do young people tend to reject capitalism? Why do they not believe in free markets? Why do they not believe in private property rights? Now part of it, of course, is the university system and the government run education system. But there's another game at play here that we must recognize and we must realize. Bernie Sanders and AOC and Elon Omar, they know how to make socialists. They know the language to use. They know the diction, which is the word selection to engage in. So I want to play this tape here of Bernie Sanders. Talking about how we are living in a oligarchy. He basically says, if anyone thinks we don't live in an oligarchy in this country is solely mistaken. In our country, we have two people who own more wealth than the bottom 40% of the American population. Play cut one O one. And that is that the people on top, the very wealthiest people in our country are doing phenomenally well. And in fact, have never had it so good. But anybody who thinks that we don't have an oligarchy in this country is surely mistaken. In our country today, we have two people who own more wealth than the bottom 40% of the American population. So we fact checked Bernie Sanders on this. And he's right. Two people own more wealth than 40% of the American population.
Maureen Steele: Range of Democrats & Republicans Attending Convoy
"Maureen Steele visited with us on the phone. Now I get to meet you in person. No, it's nice, I was nice connect to face to a name. One of the co organizers of this incredible convoy, I gotta believe this is exceeded your wildest expectations. Oh, indeed it has. I mean, you know, we thought we'd have support, but right from the moment we left adelanto stadium with thousands of people there sending us off three tractor trailer trucks full of supplies from full to bursting. This trip has had so much support every overpass. It was only 6 or 7 overpasses this entire trip that didn't have patriots on them. And some with a dozen, some with a couple, some with thousands on it. You know, I flew into Baltimore this morning. And so it's an hour and a half from Baltimore to Hagerstown. We kept passing over passes. People lined up, even though there's not even there's no convoy going. But the Patriots are out. Now it is amazing. America was ready for this, and this is I've been saying it. It's the great unifier. It's the thing we've been looking for. Everyone can rally under the banner of freedom. And I know behind me, you'll see Trump flags, but you know what else you'll see is rainbow flags. And there's everything here. There's vax unvaccinated Democrat Republicans. I've been talking to Bernie Sanders voters. It is the one thing that can unite us all. Liberty crackles through all of our veins.
Sen. Ted Cruz Explains Why Biden Won't Expand U.S. Oil & Natural Gas
"Can you please explain to me why Joe Biden won't from a national security perspective if nothing else Open the spigots to our oil and natural gas pull the coal out of the ground use it to crush Putin's economy and his army I mean have you ever heard of anything like this or seen anything like this Look Mark what you're asking is incredibly reasonable It is a no brainer Which means the chances that Joe Biden will do it are essentially zero And I think it's two factors that are at play One Biden when he was sworn into office made the decision to hand the agenda as administration over to the radical left It is the fringe that is Bernie Sanders It is Elizabeth Warren It's AOC who set the agenda It's one of the biggest surprises you know Biden in 2020 He campaigned as a reasonable centrist moderate and from day one he abandoned that And it's been the radical socialist fringe So when it comes to energy the first week in office he shuts down the Keystone pipeline The first week in office he bans all new leasing on federal lands at offshore drilling The first week in office he opens up our borders stops building the wall returns to catch and release and rips up the remain in Mexico agreement And you look at the State of the Union last night he's continuing to follow the tune of the drummers of the radical left So they won't let him increase U.S. energy production because the Green New Deal and the radical anti energy left is setting the agenda But secondly there's another problem that is equally fundamental Which is on foreign policy Joe Biden and his entire team embraces weakness and appeasement You look at every enemy of America They believe the answer is to give them what they want to negotiate a way to
Levin: When Will American Sports Leagues, Stars Stand Against Russia?
"The 2022 World Cup Indefinite ban against Russian teams The move came a day after the organization issued much lighter sanctions resulting in severe criticism The and it goes on I don't see any hearing here from any of our professional leagues Do you mister producer Yeah you know what good point They're busy cow tongue to communist China They can only kowtow to one genocidal regime at a time And waiting for LeBron James to speak in I'm waiting for all the anchors at ESPN to speak up I'm waiting for that papa venture whatever that moron's name is And what's the other guy's name Not the basketball player the coach I'm waiting for all these clowns to speak out I'm not hearing anything Where's the owner of the Mavericks What's up billionaire's name I forget his name too God am I the only one losing my mind Mark Cuban that's it Where's Mark Cuban Or as Bernie Sanders would say Mark huber Where is he Nowhere Where are the big mouths Where are all the big mouths and professional sports Where are they They're nowhere Where are the big mouths of baseball They're busy striking Oh okay Where are they No the big mouths Nowhere Where are you on ESPN I thought you cared about human rights Apparently not so much Apparently not so much
Why Carla Sands Should Be Elected to the U.S. Senate
"Now you want to be the senator first or you want to be the Republican nominee then the senator from Pennsylvania tell Pennsylvania's in the country why it should be you and not these other folks Well frankly because I'm the only person that our Pennsylvania conservatives can trust to put Pennsylvania and America first I've been doing it since 2016 I'm the only candidate in this race Mark who actually raised money for Donald Trump in 16 and contributed and worked on his campaign and then worked in his administration He appointed me as ambassador I'm the only one who's put America first since 2016 Everybody else says they are since they've been running But I actually am a conservative and I've been a conservative activist all my adult life So they can trust that I'm going to go to Washington and fight to defeat the radical Democrats in The White House but also I mean in general it's like it's like we have Bernie Sanders in The White House and AOC is his vice president the policies that we're getting out of Washington these days
Two Democrats Allege CIA Has Secret Program That Collects American Data
"And let me get back to the story that's coming to us from democratic Sanders now saying that the CIA has been spying on everyday Americans. According to senators, now Democrats. So not Republicans right now. These are not conservatives. These are Democrats that are saying that the CIA has collected a couple of pretty significant databases, deep dive one, deep dive two, which has collected tons and tons of information on everyday Americans. And if that's actually the case, I think a lot of heads need to roll at the CIA. They're not supposed to collect information on Americans, by the way to begin with. It's just supposed to be for international uses, perhaps they're justifying it by saying these are the people that had international contacts. I don't know. But we need to be asking these questions because it really feels like in this new day and age with computers and all the cyberattacks out there. There's also a way for our government to get more and more information on all of us. And that's kind of a nerve wracking thing. And I think really at odds with who we are as a society. And it feels like there's no independence anymore. There's no privacy anymore. I think we all better invest in some really, really good cybersecurity stocks because that really is the wave of the future.
Bernie Sanders Comes to Vladimir Putin's Defense
"You can begin to see the Bernie Sanders of the world and Bernie Sanders himself Coming to the defense the Putin In Russia much like the neo left Within the Republican Party here he is Cut 8 go These concerns were not just invented yesterday by Putin out of thin air Clearly invasion by Russia is not an answer Neither is in France against by NATO In trans against it's intransigence Now that said you see the moral relativism This man truly roots For America To destroy two collapse from within and he pushes
Bernie Sanders Is Making Some Good Points About Russia
"I want to talk about Russia and Ukraine. There was a op-ed that Bernie Sanders wrote today and we saw Glenn greenwald is commenting on it. Basically saying, hey, this is like usual Russia bashing that's become sort of like the throwaway line. Democrats have to put in anything that they say or do. But then he makes some great points about how in 1962 we were on the brink of a nuclear war with Russia when they put nuclear warheads 60 miles off the coast, 90 miles off the coast of the United States. Now we're talking about bringing Ukraine into NATO potentially. This was started under Bush, and if we observe the spheres of influence argument, what are we to make of that? Does Russia have valid concerns to be nervous about what the U.S. is doing with our partners in NATO? Look, I almost spit out my coffee when I was reading it this morning because I'm like, this is Bernie Sanders, right? The same Bernie Sanders, you know, we know he's a Russia expert. He took his honeymoon there in Moscow back in the I believe back in the 60s when it was full on communist USSR. We would know that he loved the politics over there, but it seems that again, you get these glimmers, every once in a while of nationalism from Bernie Sanders. If these glimmers of populism, where he realizes that, you know what? War isn't always the answer, the way it seems to be for so many in Washington, D.C.. And so this is something where I think that just like TPP, I'm going to have to go ahead and say, Bernie Sanders, like you said, is making some very good points because he says Russia as a state does feel concerned about the encroachment of NATO. I'm just reading from this. To put it simply. Russia like the United States still has an interest in the security policies of its neighbors. Does anyone really believe that the United States would not have something to say, for example, if Mexico was able to form a military alliance with the U.S.
"sanders" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Nearly 30 years earlier on July 6th, 1964, Clifford Sanders sent his 18 year old wife to Raza stood facing one another in the lounge of their cramped low set home in the Californian city of gold. Sitting in the corner of the room was the couple's 11 month old son harewood, playing with these toys. He was used to the shouting matches between his parents, and had learned to cape to himself when they fled up. But this time was different. Minutes later, the doorbell rang had gulp deputy sheriff Fred maize house. 200 feet down the road. Theresa Sanders was the outside cradling baby Howard. She tearfully explained that her husband had come at her with an old model hunting rifle, intending to beat her with the butt end. To raise her manage to pry the firearm away from her husband. Causing it to discharge. Deputy may headed to the Sanders house, while Theresa remained behind, clutching haward and rocking back and forth. She asked over and over if Clifford was going to be okay. Hoping that she had just grazed his hand. When deputy may enter the Sanders lounge, he spotted Clifford's lawless buddy, face up on the floor and surrounded by a pool of blood. A single bullet had shattered the 23 year olds left wrist, entered his chest, and penetrated his heart. Authorities were well aware of the domestic situation in the Sanders household. Two weeks earlier, Theresa had appeared at deputy sheriff ma's house with bruises around her wrists and anak. Clifford had come home drunk, broken a window and taken his anger out on his wife, who was expecting their second a child. Clifford had accused to raise a ravine fidelity before beating and choking her. Theresa opted not to press charges and attentions between the couple escalated until their final confrontation. To raise a learned of her husband's fate en route to the local police station. Her piercing devastated screams were heard by streetside onlookers as she was driven away. In September, 1964, there's still pregnant to raise a Sanders faced trial for first degree murder. Her lawyer spoke of the violence she had endured throughout her marriage, including being repeatedly punched, kicked, and burned with cigarettes. An acquaintance recalled the time Teresa had appeared on her doorstep, needing a place to stay after escaping from her enraged husband. Haven Clifford's sister didn't want to raise her to end up in prison. But acquitted. So she could go home and take care of her children. On the stand to raise her emotionally described how she had fought for her husband's rifle in fear for herself, her son, and her unborn child. A court appointed psychologist described her as an anxious, remorseful and frightened woman, who posed no danger to herself, or anyone else. After 9 days of proceedings, to raise her held her hands to her mouth and visibly trembled as the jury delivered their verdict. They ruled that Teresa had acted in self defense, and acquitted her of Clifford's murder. To raise her approach that the jury in tears and thanked them, while sharing a warm embrace with the female members. Her lawyer told reporters outside court, that Theresa only had one thing to say. All.
"sanders" Discussed on Photography Radio
"You close your eyes a new. Feel what you're gonna vote. Bronx touchy what does it feel. Like as opposed to what it looks like because we engage our visual sensors photographers. But we don't always get engaged in other senses. But what does it feel like. Does it feel like how you're gonna fight across it and if not how can you make it look like sales. And then you're you're you're making people think and i i mean over the last year of the covid thing. I've been running online workshops where the blessing of those has been that you not all in one location. So i will give a brief of tex justin's development an advocate april in different pulse the world old fighter dropping texture and they will come back a week or so later and we share the picture in the slide. Show and the beauty in the uniqueness of the way these people say is incredible. I have yet to see one photographer who has come back into all. Couldn't do it all gone and done days matt assignments. I sat one today for group and the title. The assignments would invisible. Started to draw something that you use every day that you don't pay attention to gloss is your coffee cup for your watch and then look at it and pay attention to the beauty. The shape the design. Somebody labored over that design. And we don't pay any attention to it develop an awareness for the simple things in your life and then actually the biggest things come much easier. You say the much more readily paul you. You are an eloquent man. And then you've this is important stuff. I hope people are paying attention here. This is really really wonderful. Unfortunately though we are running out of time here announce on data though not at all. Paul thank you very much. This has been extraordinary pleasure. Thank you very much. I'm any big jason frames because excellent photography. The lungs on paper visit us at. Www dot read frames dot com..
"sanders" Discussed on Photography Radio
"I'd like to fight across. That was the best positions graphic from rather than thinking about it in terms of lenses and some simulations and all the rest of it i would just walk around until things started to sort of feel right across from wherever it felt right and that sounds pretty. It sounds a bit weird. But i like to gut instinct about something. So if it's also fail right tend to just be still. I don't get my camera out until the literally moment. Before i want to press the button all allston and look and sent an right and think often sit is closed. Just listening to what's going on. And that whole thing of slowing down home i couldn't be more diametrically opposed to wear i used to be. I'll set for hours if need be if i think there's something that outset but then if nothing if nothing materializes fight aggressively got a terrible day you just. Can't you know what that was a beautiful day. I loved the experience of being out possibly make pitcher but not wedded to it. It's it's the losing their attachment to an end result in. We always have to have something tangible at the end every in every day. What have you achieved today. Well i made this many socks. All i took this many graphs. I made this many prints. But what about. I lived this money moment. I experienced abused full. Summarize it didn't make across. But boy. Did i enjoy it. I felt the grass rubbing my legs and it made my trousers wet in a the life is made of that things at the end of your life when your life flashes before you that you'll remember why be how many pictures you knew took it won't be how many prints you made. How many competitions on how big your name was data little bits of your life. A comeback Wall you live your life. You experienced your life and you enjoyed it. Many of us just exist i exist. I'm i didn't live in on my my day's work would be in the been twenty four hours later when you think of it like that that you walk us through literally thrown in the bin at the end of the day you wonder why you all sweating blood to produce some things that is that disposable and journalism and such that noble and very valuable professions that. I just go to the point where i thought i com be. This can't be this throwaway now. I'm not saying that my work now is not throw away. I mean. I'm sure people the band s jon allen.
"sanders" Discussed on Photography Radio
"I'm by the time. I got there at a new explosion. That was going to be used on new. What lens the other guys use on you. The filters that whittle. I put my tripod down the hall. And i took the same picture on last and i looked like god. This is depressing. Who roy mein noodles warm this nothing nothing of me in these patches announced what my zuni is that that was literally nothing i was i was going through the motions i was. I was coloring by numbers right. So i then thought well. Okay what is it. that's missing. How do you find you. The photographer started reading books. And now an. I largely stopped taking pictures and paulson. Problem was odd. Gone a ton of kit and in one of the things that got me back to with simplifying and then to just stop and fight across things that please me because i didn't have a massive kit an often. We are judging what we're looking at as whether it's good enough to be photographed but we don't ask ourselves is always good enough photography's all we aware enough to make something of the beauty those presented to an all of a sudden. I found that. I was looking at things in a new way. I wasn't looking at things thinking. Is it worth me. Fired to grow from the issue. I was thinking. Okay how can i. How can i solve the problem. The i am here. The light isn't walk is deemed to be great lights photography. But what can i make of it. What is that fighter boss. I've come all this way and gradually over a period of years. I started to see more and be more and more open to different opportunities and enjoy the experience of just being out with a view to possibly making a photograph not with the intention of making the fight across because other lived my life up to this point under massive pressure. And if you put lots and lots of pressure on yourself i don't function very what little bit of pressure is good. Lots and lots of pressure that keeps building causes. You to doubt yourself causes us. Doubt your ability. Kohl's insecurity generates unhappiness and dissatisfaction. And also i didn't want to be on the or dissatisfied of been there. I want to enjoy fitter. I've loved photography. Since i was a kid. I really want to enjoy it now. So i just started looking at things and thing. I cannot caught my eye wise. Not cool my i. What is about that this quote my eye over that big mountain down that with wolves fall on the tree so that everybody else golfing a method adopted. I what is but that was okay. Because it allowed me just to spend time in it with it and minor white For one of his choices roughly so to speak on remember word is is is basically. If you if you spend time with your subject subject will reveal itself to you. And i never really stopped and spent much time. I'd gone to places thinking right. This is going to fight. It's in this magazine. They tell you to stand they tell you what lens to us. I'm going to do not. And i hadn't stopped and given myself the opportunity to be a photographer i was. I was just following the lead the other end. There's nothing wrong with being inspired by people. In going their locations and reshooting pitches but that comes up you want more and that was the billing gone to. I needed something that satisfied me as a person an actually experience of just standing at the side of a road and thinking. Wow as ready beautiful.
"sanders" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Intrude. Is that like when you fight grow. Something really special and you press the button and new instinctively know something amazing happened. The same happens when you're looking volumes of pictures. You know what you're looking for in many cases because you've got the agenda you know. What space is you've got to fail. And you're looking for that something that just kohl's g an literally the has on your arm stand up. I mean from the that royal wedding. Even though it was such a long time ago the i can still remember the moment when i sold the picture that was going on the front page. I actually saw it happen on tv. Because i was watching it live nine. It was kate. And william drove out of the policy in an aston malted. Remember all we've been talking about all day with the kiss picture of the fun. Kate and william on the balcony kissing lot charles and diana drive out of the pilots laughing in his car and not the case. That's the picture as something so different so connected to what everybody else does on their wedding day as they leave the wedding in a nice car and they laugh with each other. That's a young couple in love and the photograph actually came in from a guy. Gyco maximum be an amazing to freelance photographer and a just dropped onto my screen and bearing in mind on my screen. I used to have a hundred pictures at a time. it stood out. I mean it was like the lights went down on. Every other picture stood out for me. I just went on my goal. I mean even now talking about it. I can feel the has on my mom's joss raising up. It was that kind of moment. Might get into conference and that was. The woman died in play pictured as pirate. When i put it down the table and i said this is the best picture of the day they hid said. No it can't be.
"sanders" Discussed on Photography Radio
"And it was. It was trying to get people to engage with photography in a way that the just slapped on the plate in front of his wallpaper. They don't engage with it. Photography is such a powerful communication medium that it seems such a shame to give so much space to pictures in the newspaper for them to not say anything to not engage In american newspapers. At least the ones that i'm familiar with the page designer and the photographer may not ever talked to each other. The photographer will turn in the work and the page designer based on a thousand other needs will crop will center will will do whatever. So you're you're talking an awful lot of art direction and page design as well as what how you compositions well as the basics of photography the idea of being a pig charter to is not just pictures to people. You're not. You're not a A waiter in fouls foodball. You know you're a creative person with experience and they hire you because you're you're a visual person so it stood to my mind that you had to be involved in the entire process from the briefing of the photographer to the editing of the pictures to the selection of the picture and then to the lao it had to all be part of the stream. If you've been given a story and you say to the photographer a wing you to fight graphic like this then it stunts. The reason you've got to sell into the newspaper to the page designer. We were very lucky that i was able to bring in some amazing people to work around those people. That believe that. If you're a leader of a team you bring in people that are better than you to bring the team up even more you. You don't hire people who don't have the ability that you can just pull the blame on you. Bring people into the better people around you. The more they do so i hide. The best. people could get hold-alls. I'm we want any closely with the designers to the point that the design is actually trust. Recent we've got this coming. This is how it we would have these discussions before. They even started the page layout so they knew what to expect. It was really really good. I involved at every stage. That is so cool. Dad's there's a big change in your career up here in just a minute but before we get there is. Is there a one one story from your days at the times that you tell more often. Is there one that you know. Is you know people say what was that like you say all i let me tell you a story on an average day that the times aspect You're responsible for looking all the pictures that come in from all the agencies..
"sanders" Discussed on Photography Radio
"My name is scott olsen and today we are talking with paul sanders paul's over in the south of the uk south of england beautiful area and has one of the most remarkable photo careers that any of us could hope for. He was the photo editor at times and now he is into something of mindful photography landscape photography black and white minimalist approach but with a really really intriguing and to my mind to use a technical term here to engaging with photography and engaging with the landscape paul how doing today how's over in england hayes. Gone i'm good. Thank you really nice. Spring spring afternoon is thank you very much for having me as it's it it is. My pleasure is really really remarkable. Work your work paul. It i mean it is landscape market. It is a very quiet market. It's a very template of work but that's not what a great deal of your career was about. You know you as i said a minute ago. You were the photo editor for the times. Tell me how you get from being the seven year old with the instamatic to the photo editor of the times and then completely turning in a different direction. Say you go from being the kids who likes taking pictures because you think is cool with a lot of hard work Very lucky the key to it. I think is understanding why i was fired. Crossing things might vary in photography last night trump printing in dot greens in helping photography Do that kind of thing was actually as a glamour photographer. in spain. One always eighteen hours shooting glamour calendars in the trunk of now. That's what the sort of the young kid photographer won t today. A wanted the cool the photography job with the girls and the life on the fast call. I think basically i was really early. Midlife crisis ended. It sounds like heaven for for reasons up. I'm basically spend all the money. i mean. We would pedroia. While spent all the money that i and having a good time unto only salute my now ident- regrets it. Because had i not done that. I wouldn't've needed when i came back to the uk.
"sanders" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"And and i think that dini's a handle on the joker which you're absolutely right about dini's handle on. The joker comes from his own. I would like me using this word. But his own genius know his own ability to combine. Different genres is own ability to be scary and dark and funny all at the same time but it also comes from that really fantastic writers community that That allen vernet helped head up. You got somebody on that staff to mention michael reaves absolutely and michael reeves is somebody who gets too often. I am yeah. There are some really good episodes that he's written here. But this is a guy who You know he wrote the gargoyles. Show which everybody yeah. Yes and he wrote the of the old dungeons and dragons cartoon which i loved. Oh my gosh. He also wrote a lot of those old super friends cartoons a really. I mean without. Michael reaves out there of putting in this work in the earlier ears again. We have gotten about on the animated series. Yeah absolutely alum grenade you mentioned when we talked to him on the twenty fifth anniversary we. He sat down at our roundtable and and the reporters around me said. Where's the talent. And i down burnett and i go. That's the talent that's alan. come on. come on. And i. And i talked to him. And i always chain. I love that you got killed by the joker that one and i was apportioned. That got killed by joe. You mentioned women and we cannot we. Cannot you know not mentioned shirley walker who scored the series did variations of of the theme and incorporated her own style to it but yet kept it very batman and she's. She did a wonderful job during the course of the series. Oh isn't that the truth. And i mean this is somebody who had hollywood chops. This is somebody who was already developing a really fantastic career and she comes in and she treats that man with the same gravity that she treats. You know anything else i think. She played synthesizer on clips. Now i don't i don't know if i called gravity to describe synthesizers eclipse clips now but she did But again treated batman the series with the same gravity that she was treating everything else and she also she also did a really good job of A nurturing new talent. This is somebody who is coming out or ears. And if i'm not mistaken there's award named after her right now the You don't have to go to me for laurie on whether she's great or not. Just look at her own history. They'll tell you but she also made a point of nurturing new talent people coming up behind her work closely with her. And really benefited from our and you just have to admire the skill and the mentorship that that she brought to animation in general. Yeah absolutely more dc entertainment on the case stay tuned back with more dc animation and live action conversations on the case..
"sanders" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Please not. Even the amount of words can just bake this person to have a heart spiritual moment where they just say. It's time to give this family. Solar lease please call law enforcement poverty line of shelton eight zero three four seven. Four two zero nine can be. They can email to find shelton standardized. Gino dot com can call. They don't feel comfortable with that. It can call the richest county sheriff's department in colombia. If they can please just finding a place in their heart where they can understand that a mother has lost her son. A father hasn't seen or heard from his son in twenty years. Brothers have not heard hug touched or last with their brother. A sister my cell eleven years. Oh who my brother show was the one who was in lebanon and he made sure that i you know did my homework. It's schoolwork make sure. I could not taught me how to iron clothes through laundry if you can just understand what. It feels like to lose a sibling. A- mother or father or brother or sister anyone ever been close to you and just imagine what would it feel might move that person and not know or hear or see that person ever again and not more that person may be in this world if you can just find a place in your heart word. It took youths and know that. Bring that information to his family. To shelton's family would be the biggest blessing and the malls appreciated gifts that you could ever do for his family. Despite reporting net information that accurate information who just want him bone castle ward is available and twenty five thousand dollars. Whatever it is we can figure it out. We just want the answers. Please report information. We have forgiven any persons that were bear witness it in. This didn't wanna say anything. Anybody that is involved. We have no Will in our hearts. We just want to bring him home. We want justice Closer and we want peace and if they can just please from the bottom of our hearts were begging them. Please come forward and report. They accurate information about the location. In the information. Best leading to shelton's remaining in that concludes the story of shelton. Sanders killed this amazing young man law enforcement and assist or need your help for nearly twenty years will vary in. Her family have waited for answers that have eluded them who took brother away from their family. They all miss him in one is body returned so that he can receive a proper burial. Do you know what happened to shelton sanders back. In two thousand one. There is currently a substantial financial reward for anyone with information leading to finding shelton's body. If you know anything about his death please contact the tip. Line eight three four two seven four two zero nine or you can send an email to will vary dot sanders at yahoo dot com or you can call the richland sheriff's department at eight zero three five seven six three thousand you can also visit. The findings shelton sanders facebook page. For more information about this case. I will also include all this information in the podcast story nets. In if you're a parent law enforcement official friend or relative seeking.
"sanders" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"All right thanks again to lacey rose of the Hollywood reporter Backyard Studio with my two panelists question for you both Tom Vanessa. Are we ever go over. Two Thousand Sixteen. I don't think so. I really don't think all right because it is the closest country has ever come to potentially electing a woman. I'm and it's going to be this conversation that we keep coming back to. In terms of the role that gender does play in politics and the way that that political figures who happen to be women are perceived reported on and talked about a little surprising is the conflict between Bernie Ernie and Hillary still burn so bright for years later but the conflict between Hillary and Obama in two thousand eight was actually way more intense mike go going back and forth two thousand eight primary Overa- and they got over it so maybe winning just heals wounds I would say yes when you get to be Secretary of state. I guess that probably left on that note. It's time for a break lake when we come back my favorite game. WHO said that you're listening to? It's been a minute from NPR B. R. B. Support for this podcast comes from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation helping NPR advanced journalistic excellence in the digital age. Hagi was good. We probably shouldn't be friends. I mean statistically speaking most adults don't have a single friend of a different race as it happens on the next episode of NPR's codes which we're talking about making a maintaining friendships across racial lines and subscribe. We are back you're listening to it's been a minute from. NPR The show where we catch up on the week that was I am Sam Sanders here at NPR west. Joined by two guests in Studio. Vanessa Romo breaking news reporter for NPR. In Tom Drives back producer. An investigative reporter for NPR's embedded podcast. y'All it is time from my favorite game. WHO said that? I've never clapped with. I kind of liked that effects. I'M GONNA keep it up in the future. Yeah Yeah right you both have played before what is yours record on. WHO said that? There's no I I one once. I'd take care. grigsby bates bb well. This is very simple. You know how it goes. I share a quote from the week. You gotTa tell me who said it or guess what story Laurie. I'm talking about. The winner gets absolutely nothing. I quote here we go in the ultimate selfless act. He sacrificed himself to save his friends. Iran's when they needed him most famous mascot killed off this week the Messinger. That's really more the they can't kill the Messenger as a person I have no idea. It's Mr Pena Yes yes so let me explain so weird so that quote comes from the Mr Peanut twitter account that account announced this week that Mr Peanut the mascot for planters peanuts was killed off the tee off. Mr Pena let happened that he loses monocle then like something racing was all right so fun fact. Mr Subpoena is one hundred and four or was dead now But he's in a super bowl commercial in which he falls to his death trying to save other people The commercial features Mr Peanut and Matt Walsh and Wesley Snipes taking a road trip in the nut. Mobile they're singing. I just died in your arms when an animal on the road. It makes an mobile swerve. They're all hanging on for dear life in. Mr Peanut makes the ultimate sacrifice. Volunteers death in a fiery top nut bull appeal mobile. And so this is supposed to be an ad in the super bowl but because that's jump the shark. We saw the ad this week. Oh I totally I really missed the we have so many questions. Who is the friend that he C- he saves? Mister Snipes Duh. Okay Hey let me know Matt whilst lives lives also if you think about Messina and what he represents it's very sick and twisted. He is a rich peanut who encourages other folks to eat other poor peanuts that cannibalism these accountable. All Right Tom. You've got a point next quote. Oh tell me where this story comes from wear. This story is don't be surprised. If you see a guavas falling from the trees tonight. Florida south Florida as a news person. I gotTa tell you. The headline from Florida never disappoint. The thing is this is the recurring headline happens. Comes out so this quoque. I'M A tweet from the Miami Office of the National Weather Service. They were explaining. Basically during this cold spell. Happening in Miami sometimes iguanas bodies execute dormant in the winter and the cold So they can like preserve themselves but they go limp and dormant like fall out of the tree he sometimes because he's Guana the large. You gotta be careful ban. They can hurt you. Cats iguanas. I I gotta take a point away for that point. Colesville is like the thirties and forties for Miami which is cold for Miami and cold for the IGUANAS. They do they survive. Yeah I mean will you survive if Guana lands on your face. How heavy are these owners? Is Florida supersize doing it to save. It was the snipes crash all right. I think the game is tied. It is yes this contract final. Oh quote it's going to be hard for you all but it's going to be worth it. It is enjoy your mountain. Put your arch into it. Don't go bear. Oh I know this this. What was it almost pitched this story here? Mount the State of Utah. which apparently they wanted to put out prophylactics yes so the State of Utah was going to start distributing free condoms to help with STD's I wanNA pregnancies etc But after the new slogans were determined for the Condom wrappers the Governor of Utah said. They're a little bit too risque and he does not approve of sexual innuendo and he had the condoms recalled so the Salt Lake Tribune says quotes the Utah Department of Health will destroy all packaging with provocative Utah themed messages on thousands of condoms. It has been able to retrieve from partner agencies. Where are the ones that turned down o even crazier easier through multiple levels of approval? I mean you don't actually print out plastic packages and then say in many people signed off. People were like that's cool. That's also you're already saying. They're risky businesses. Okay by giving out condoms right right. It's a little bit like innuendo right. Like what do you think is done with condoms. Yes yes anyways I think Vanessa she won. That was for the IGUANAS for the y'all's for all of it. Congratulations Crotts. Yes how do you feel like like a champion champion that you know my daily reminders. Congratulations concludes who said that now assigned to in the show as we always do we ask our listeners to share with us the best things that have happened to them all week. They always brag unruly tape. Hi Sam this is Gina from Philadelphia and the best part of my week. was that a fifth grade student who I've been working with since he was in third grade had never scored heard over sixty percent on a math test before and this week got the highest grade in his class and I'm so proud of him for his hard work over the last couple of years including Saturday school and I'm excited to see what comes next for him. Hey Sam this is Aaron from New Hampshire. The best thing that happened to me this week is I got to travel down to Atlanta to see my best friend of twenty years and surprise her for her fortieth birthday. The best thing that happened to me this week was that my husband and I dropped off our three year old daughter with my parents parents and had a weekend getaway. Just the two of us. The best thing that happened to me. This week was that I finally left my soul sucking corporate gig. Dan went to work for Social Welfare Agency helping kids. Who are in the foster care system? Halloween couldn't talk from humbug. into the best part of our week is that my little baby girl who was four months old has been drinking from a bottle for the first time yesterday and that means that her mother and her biggest siblings can go to a concert right now. Daddy is taking care at home him. This is Ryan and David from Omaha. ASCA the best part of our week braving a snowstorm to drive to denver and spend the weekend with our friends Paul and station. As we celebrated Paul's birthday we played board games. Visited Hot Springs Mountain Style Pizza and enjoy delicious ice cream cake. I'm so grateful for this time together. Thanks thanks if your show have a great week by I I love it. What is mountain style pizza? Please send photos recipes. Thanks to all those folks. You hurt hurt. Their Gina Aaron Dana Amy Hano in Germany we actually talk with Hano For a segment for the show a long time ago so I remember you. The protests in Europe. I believe so congrats on. Oh and your kid listeners. You can be a part of this segment If you have a part of your week to share just record the sound of your voice voice onto your smartphone and then email that sound file to me at Sam Sanders. NPR Dot Org Sam Sanders at NPR. Dot Org all right. That's it time to go home. y'All we did it Sam we did it have a great weekend wonderful wonderful weekend this week. The show was produced by Brent Bachman Sassari and Danny Hanzel are fearless. Editor is Kitty. Eisley are superhero. Intern is Hustler Fatima. Our director program is Steve Nelson. Our big boss is. NPR's a senior VP of programming. On your grand all right listeners. Till next time thank you for listening. I'm Sam Sanders Toxin..
"sanders" Discussed on Latino USA
"We were kind of neighbors in an interesting time right in Chicago but tell me about just briefly your your family does come from pulling your father. Matz off campus an immigrant from what is now Poland. Can you talk a little bit about what you remember her as that kid one tries to think about. I'm sure you do everybody does what are the factors when we were kids that shape us to today right and who the hell knows. I don't know but I think there are two factors that I think helped shape number one. I grew up in a working class home. my father worked very very hard but he never made a whole lot of money and we lived in a rent controlled three and a half room apartment in Brooklyn New York. That's where I grew up and went. Did Your Dad do it was a paint seldom sold paint burke for a company went out every day and he sold paint and he made a living but you never made a lot of money and my mother had dreams dreams of someday owning her own home kind of the American dream she died young never achieved that dream so the pressure of not having a lot of money the stress on a family of not having a lot of money. is something that had a profound impact on me as a child in something that has carried with me and shape my political views and I'm gonNA. I'm actually stop you. Can you tell me for you back then. When you say as a kid who didn't have money what did that look like Taiwan. Look like it looked like that. You went out and sometimes you wore your brothers coat because the family couldn't afford to buy your new code it meant that I was a ball player played a lot of bull so some kids will get fancy sneakers. We got the cheapest thinks. Some kids got really nice baseball gloves. We got kind of low end baseball gloves it means that I remember like it was yesterday. leather jackets were in style when I was a kid and New York City and I desperately wanted a damn jacket with a for Colorado flogging for for callers bomber kind that's exactly and this is true story. My mother said Bernie you okay you want to do this. We went to ten different stores doors in Brooklyn. We're GONNA train. We went to Manhattan to look for the cheapest leather jacket that weekend and the irony of it is we ended up buying. We've started back in Brooklyn but you know I remember what it means is being yelled at by my mother cause. She said go out. You got to go out and give his list of things you've got to bite the ropes else restore and I made a mistake I went to the grocery store and I paid more than I should've was more expensive slow and she was upset about it. So those are the things you look back. It was just the you know money money money in the lack of money and it created tension in the house so that was the one that's shaped me and to a large degree shake my political. I think a lot of people in politics who don't understand what it means to live paycheck to paycheck and half of the American people are doing that right now and the second thing that shape me is the son of an immigrant is the fact that my father came from Poland as a high school dropout couldn't speak a word English had no money and he fled both poverty in Poland as well as anti Semitism and the rest of the family that remained in Poland Holden was wiped out by Hitler and a few years ago and it was about three or four years ago now my brother and I am wives went back to the town in a little town outside of Krakow and was a very moving experience but you know you quickly become immersed in politics when you understand that a politician elected nearly thirties by the German people Nazi party was able to wipe out out millions of Jews and others so you know that the Holocaust that a profound impact on me as well and so I ask you now actually actually in this particular moment and this is the dicey stuff right win. How do you feel about people drawing connections insane. We have concentration -centration camps in the United States of America. I mean the other day on my twitter. Somebody said we're not gassing people but we're sending people back to their shore death. Are Should we be making making these connections and I think the connections that you want to make is that we have a president who is playing on the most base instincts up people in other words. You matty isn't a lot of trouble you know and either we played our angels and we try to bring people together and say hey the color of your skin's different than mine so what your religion is different than mine so what or else we say oh my. God that person is a Muslim as long as that person. Is this person that we supposed to hate those people. They're very different than than the wheel and you've got a president who is quite intentionally trying to do that. and you see the cruelty so let's talk a little bit about immigration you talk about comprehensive immigration reform so laid laid out for me. What's your vision. I mean much vision. If you were President Okay what would you do. We will have a bill we would work with members of Congress and I kinda think you know I. I want everybody to know that especially people immigrant community. Donald Trump does not speak for the American people the majority of the American people understand that he is totally crazy when he talks about throwing millions of people out of this country not only because aside is discussing an ugly unto itself but what happened to destroy the American economy if you did that and what the American people want you know and there are nuanced the differences that's true but with the American people say he was wet eleven million undocumented people in this country and we got to figure out a path toward comprehensive immigration reform perform meaning a path towards citizenship exactly. What does it look like an up to argue about that one but I think that is the goal the first of all right now I was in Los Angeles last last month and talking to some teachers in schools where most of the kids are undocumented and the teachers were telling me that these kids are living in trauma living incredible stress plus imagine worrying when you came home from school you know they had been raised from. Isis something like that and you're going to be the border. That's that's how people a living so. Many people are living so what we do. Is We have comprehensive immigration reform any path toward citizenship. We appreciate the hard work and the taxes axes with so many people document that a pain in this country on the first day we can undo the damage that trump did in terms of taking away the legal status of people people in the DACA program the one point eight million people eligible we expand Daca to cover parents as well and then we develop a humane policy on the border which certainly means you don't separate mothers and kids and you develop an asylum process which is based on international law and which expedites claims not does what we're doing right now so would you would you call for a halt on all deportations for example except for those who may be have criminal records in general yes but what what kind of criminal records serious traffic ticket but the problem. Senator Sanders is that a lot of Democrats continued eighteen you to have this kind of well. We're only going to deport serious criminals and frankly that was what Obama was saying that it was when Bush was saying but you know the agents on the ground are the ones that's why I'm pressing on this question of. Would you be prepared to do a complete halt to all deportations because it it's just gotten so out of control that the only way to do this is to say wait. We'll have very different people in charge of Homeland Security and in charge of the appropriate agencies these people who was we would we will end. I what I will tell you. Maria is we will end. The ice rates which are terrorizing so many communities around the country right now would you there is the notion of abolishing is do you think are you know instead easier. You could say abolish. Polish is but you know what so you can have. Another organization raging does exactly the same thing so to me. It's not abolishing ice but it's abolishing what Isis doing so asking me. Would we stop those rates. We surely will and we need major reform of the agencies and how they deal with the undocumented okay so what about saying the Department of Homeland Security was created out of what happened on September eleventh and voted against the bug away for a variety of reasons. Why would you be prepared to say we have to deconstruct the Department of reorganize a deconstructed news. Whatever word you want the answer's yes so so recently Senator Sanders. I'm going to quote you. You said in regards to open borders. You said quote if you simply open the borders you'd have people from Vietnam. I'm in China in Mexico and Latin America coming in. No one thinks that is a plausible approach can you can you talk to me a little bit more about that statement. We we lived now. In a world of nation states we live in the United States of America north of US Canada south of US Mexico Latin America Central America and when you have if you have nation states nuts where we are right now and I believe in a nation state I believe in the United States of America if you simply he said that there are no borders essentially that anybody from China Vietnam or any country around the world candidate any country around the world wants to come in you will likely have many many many people coming in so I think what every country on earth does right now is. They have rules regarding immigration. That's all that I'm saying that's all Canada. Does it China does it. Mexico doesn't every country does I mean Canadians have a generous immigration policy but the doors are not open to anybody at any time. I happen to think that the concept of a wall is stupid for a number of reasons. I think it's an ugly symbol to send to the world and it's a very expensive way to protect the border Bernie. Do you think that you're prepared to say 'cause one of the things that in in my prep for the interview I spoke to a lot of people bowl kind of a Bernie and it's like look when Bernie was out there in Vermont as the first socialist people were like this was a phenomenon. This was a huge huge deal and you focused on Vermont as a congressman as a senator wardrobe. That's your job and so then the notion of some of the earlier position position you took on immigration Would you say that you have definitely learned thought about some of the processes in which you've understood immigration in an immigrant workers in the past. I mean there have been people. Torching are should tell you he's talking to somebody who hide on seven eight years ago. I think it was went to immokalee Florida. You know growing Moccoli it. Maybe that's right and I work with organizers. There was some success we ought to hearing in Washington to raise the wages of those undocumented workers who were really being exploited a ruthlessly and one of the issues that we don't talk about when we talk about immigrants is the degree to which employers take advantage of people who cannot complain that they're being tade less than the minimum wage whether they have no health care whether the housing that they have is inadequate whether the being exploited on the job so yeah. I would hope that I learn. I hope that I learn every day about immigration about a lot of other things and one of the issues that we're working on is trying to pass a medicare for all single payer system which.
"sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"This is look. Let's say you just thought morally speaking. Let's say you took any any of this bernie sanders shit and <hes> or any of this john roles even john rolls contradicted himself when he talked about international you know <hes> international woah issues but let's say you took the the logic of what he was saying on a national basis bernie sanders and applied it to the world and went. Oh wait you know what i completely agree with. The idea that inequality is a moral issue and i completely agree with the idea that people who have more should be forced through the state to give to people who have less and therefore. I think everyone in america has to give away ninety five percent of what they have to the third world which by the way is. I think it's very consistent with that whole line of thinking to go okay well. You think the rich here have to help the poor here but you know at the poor here are better off than the porn fuck in central africa and asia and all other parts of the world so i'm gonna say we have to tax everyone upper middle and lower class people in america and send all that money to central africa. We're going to do that now. You could whether you justify that position. Listen morally or you're against the position morally right like some. I really think it would be quite easy for somebody. Who's bernie sanders supporter. How could you not justify by that in a way. I actually don't. I still haven't heard an argument against that. That was satisfactory. Roles is argument was ridiculous. He was like well different nations act in different ways. That's okay okay so you're justifying the redistribution here but not there. It makes no sense. Tom woods made this famous video whereas like the one question bernie sanders cancer and it was basically this. Why shouldn't we redistribute. I'll be darned money to the rest of the world but let's say there was somebody who you could make the argument. I think we should like a bernie sanders supporter. Yes that's consistent with our logic and then someone like me or are you make the opposite argument and be like well. No people have a right to what they've they've worked for. You don't have a right to steal it from them. And what we really should do is teach the third world how to do what we he did say hey. Here's the blueprint that we followed. If you wanna follow it be our guests and then you can be wealthy to however whatever your philosophical view is in reality you would have to realize that there will be a bloody civil war before you implement that policy right before you get everyone in america to give up ninety five percent of what they have and go back to living a fucking lifestyle that no one in this country has lived since eighteen ninety. The people are going to be like <hes> no. I'll fuck and start shooting people before that. I know i would so like this. Will there would be a bloody civil war or a revolution before you ever got to this point and that's the truth with a with bernie sanders green new deal with a._f._c.'s green new deal with all this climate change i. I think it's all based off a fear mongering of of this thing. That isn't even real not to say that. There's no such thing i i'm not. I'm not convinced that man made did you know like like that. Manmade derived carbon emissions don't have some impact on on the climate. I don't know if that's true or not. <hes> quite possibly it is but it's not our species isn't a bad to go extinct. None of these like fucking crazy predictions are accurate and this plan plan and here's the crazy thing. Maybe this will be the final thought but this is the thing that's really really the most insane is that even if you believed the the most pessimistic of all the predictions okay and even if you understand by the way that this is a real sacrifice. This isn't just will pay for itself right so even if you thought that the species go extinct..
"sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Let's say you had <hes> household right. Let's say you have like household where the father works. The mother mother is a housewife and there's two kids. Maybe they're like ten or eleven something in that age right and they're sitting around the kitchen table and they're like wow. We're really fallen behind on the bills. We're having some tough economic times like. We only have one job in this house. The father has job and let's say makes a thousand dollars <hes> a month. Just keep the numbers easy right so the father makes thousand dollars a month and he's sitting there with with his wife and he's like man. We do not have have a you know this. This is not good thousand dollars. A month is not enough money for us to deliver good economy so what i'm gonna do is. I'm going to create some more jobs. I'm gonna hire both the kids to <hes> to do you know yard work or whatever <hes> i'll l. Pay them each one hundred dollars a month and i'm going to hire you to do whatever the fucking the the dishes or something like that and i'm gonna pay you two hundred dollars. There's a month so now we just went from. Having one job to having four jobs has an economy like taken off. This is incredible and then you go. You know someone might come along and point out <hes> well. No you're still bringing in two thousand dollars a year actually actually just moving money around. This isn't creating anything. These are imaginary jobs that you just made up. Nobody's actually gone out and started creating anything that you can and sell to others that is producing value. You're literally just you're just playing around with your own money. There's still only a thousand dollars a month coming into this house and then you went. No no no. Don't i have a scheme. I'm gonna pay for this program because i'm an attacks my kids and my wife on their earnings and then it'll it'll pay for itself by bringing back in because now i'm taxing them. Let's say forty percent some getting forty bucks from day day. Forty bucks from kid be an eighty bucks from my wife every month so look. I got all this new money coming in and once you got to be like yeah none this. This is all nonsense. This is insane. There's no more jobs. There's no more wealth. These taxes are completely made up. You had to spend money in order to recoup little bit of it in taxes this bananas that's bernie sanders economics more or less except with a more successful household a one hundred percent but the other thing that's just funny about it so like if you a thousand dollars and you hand it to someone and then you tax forty percent you've got forty..
"sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Well. I have nothing to do with us well. That's that's true and that's the volcanoes. No one's really doing much about but look. Let me just say this. Even michael malice made this point once a lot of people credit it to me but it was michael malice who made this point <hes> he said if global warming is the threat that bernie sanders says it is if it's gonna make the world uninhabitable for your children and grandchildren then. Why are we spending any time talking about the minimum wage. Why are we spending any time talking about income income inequality. I mean i'm not saying maybe not no time but shouldn't climate be like ninety percent of what you're talking about. At least i mean if you're really saying it's this level of an existential threat then this you know again it's like if a meteor is about to hit earth and and we start arguing over top marginal tax rates seems like you're not really taking this meteor threats seriously and i'll tell ah these are some numbers and this is from the new york times <hes> so they said and this is where i go even though a lot of people like to say they agree with this because it's kind of like you know you're you're following and you go well. I'm pro science and if you don't agree then you're anti science okay and i've been told all the climate scientists agree amongst registered registered voters climate change ranked seventeenth on a list of twenty nine important issues whereas debt like thirtieth i yeah i don't know i don't have the whole list in front of me. That's i would put dead. You know way at the top. I'm sure you would too but they put <hes> climate change seventeenth among among registered voters so it doesn't really seem like the general public is really buying into the idea that were our species of bat to be extinct now <hes> amongst moderate and conservative democrats. It was the eighth most important of of twenty nine issues so a little bit more but i'm sorry still doesn't seem like you're really buying on some gut level. You're not really buying that. Our species is going extinct or it wouldn't be eighth. Most important and here is actually the one that i found the most interesting amongst liberal democrats. It was the third most important so even amongst the left part of the democrats. People aren't treating being this as if it is. I think this is just my guess. Maybe i'm wrong about this but it seems to me that what people like about this is that it's a to award you can hit republicans and people on the right over the head with and say i'm pro science..
"sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Problem of the distinctions <hes> the distinctions in modelling is is there climate change a and b is climate climate change in any way corresponding to human activity or is it just because the world goes through different temperatures and and the truth is that there's there's a lot of disagreement is agreement the more levels you add to it right the irs. It almost be like and i'm not the one who came up with this. I heard someone else made this but i i apologize. I won't be able to credit because i can't remember who it is but it's almost like if you got a group of scientists together and you said ninety something percent of them agreed that <hes> that vaccines have side effects to them and then you took that information and you went see ninety. Five percent of scientists agree that the m._r. of accion causes autism and you'd be like wait what no no no no. This is not all what the actual scientists are saying this. This is like three steps removed from the idea that like yes. There is a consensus that the globe is warming a little bit but that doesn't mean at all and here's the truth you can't find anne scientific consensus at all that support anything like what bernie sanders or elizabeth warren nursing. That's the truth. There is no group of reputable scientists out there even take the u._n. Guys you even that group of scientists. There is nobody out there who is saying that our species going distinct. They're lying the next few years now. Some of them might say the sea level is going to rise a few inches okay but some of them might say they'll be some economic hardships for it but nobody is saying that that our species is going to be extinct and if you have let's say the even if you have a scientific agreement meant amongst some groups of climate scientists that say hey you know what this the the climate. Let's say there's a group of people who do agree and there are certainly some <hes> scientists who will say that climate change is a problem that man-made factors are contributing to it and that we should take some action now or you know sea. The levels are going to rise. There's gonna be hardships and it's going to be more difficult if we wait till a little bit later like that's the reality of the situation right. Let's there's a lot of scientists who believe that if you have one guy saying this whole thing is a hoax and one other guy saying this species is going to be extinct in two generations. They are both way <music> way off base from what this consensus actually is of course science doesn't work on consensus..
"sanders" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"We need to roll back the state. We spy on all of our own citizens. Our prisons are flooded with non violent drug offenders. If you wanna know who america's next enemy look at who were funding right now. One of these problems are open government doing way too big the hello hello what's going on. Everybody welcome to a brand new episode of part of the problem. Of course i am the most consistent mother fucker you know dave smith and as always i'm joined by robbie the fire bernstein king of the cox. I wish it would incur at the beginning of the episode. I mean it sets a bad town. We're we're we're supposed to be one of the leading christian conservative podcasts and just to say same motherfucker right up at the front. It's gonna offend some people viewing. You're probably right but let me ask you this sure. Is it consistent. It's definitely consists alright. Then i rest my case sir sir i rest my case. I am the most consistent motherfucking christian conservative union and if people can't handle that then they're going to have to deal with that so i was thinking rob yes <hes> for today's show. I thought we might do one of these episodes where we hone in on one topic and we talk. Maybe it toward the end. We'll we'll throw a couple other important topic well. It warned it's it's a good one okay and it is rob's male pattern balding uh-huh. That's really deal with this. You're gonna wear hats or are you going to shave down. What's the plan going. No i'm kidding. I mean that is the biggest concern of the fans. If you look the youtube youtube comments seem to be laser focused on that issue but you know bro. I think you look good. They get too worked up about it. I've moved on it. Did them problem at this point. Yeah your problem is just to the have the right sandwich bread your local bodega problem yeah no. That's not the topic the topic that i wanted to talk about today involved <hes> our favorite political candidate bernie sanders who of course that's not that was not my best bernie sanders impression <hes> but bernie sanders yesterday unveiled a new a new proposal and it is bernie sanders green a new deal. It's his version of the green new deal which he was a cosponsor but you know this back even greener this even this time back with a vengeance even greener and he he you know he.
"sanders" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Sam Sanders, the Utah folks who you are. So they know each voice, I'm Michael gripe. And I'm the director of rent line, and I'm Brandon Victor Dixon. And I played Tom Collins in rent lie. How many hours a day are you guys rehearsal? The companies there for about eight hours, which means they're really there for about nine hours getting ready. I think some of our company members are there for many more hours than that our creatives for much I tend to have a lot of meetings before and after all the time that the actors are there. So I I love my new home. Five days a week or seven days a week five days a week. But they tend to keep us busy on those other two days a week. Yes. Yes. All servers production. I'm sure, you know, it's it's I don't know. I could hear some people or see some people here in this saying, it's one use a coil. A lot of y'all have done this before like do you need like do you ever say, we're we're hurting too much? No. I mean, I certainly not with this project in this process. He no part of it. Sure. It is one musical in. It is a a musical that is written and is known, but it's a new format. It's a hybrid of media. And so there are new challenges their new things to figure out and also we all need time to find the the story and the heart of the piece together, you know, you're still making something new, and it's so important that this group that the characters in this musical really feel like a family let it feels like they know each other. Well, so all of the time that we're spending. I think it really. You'll see the rewards of of all this time that we're spending together. Absolutely. I read that when you were directing the original rent on Broadway in like ninety six because you you were the director of that first musical you would to unite the team have everyone start with singing seasons of love together as a family. I thought crying even thinking about it. Oh my God. Moved by that as well. We had to do things a little different this time. It was actually the wonderful Kayla's. Settle is actually the soloist and seasons of love didn't join us for a number of weeks. But I think Brandon will say that it was pretty special on that day that she did join us with some some other spectacular new company members who joined just a few weeks ago. I think he felt oh our families now complete and we didn't fact sing seasons. First on that day were there tears. Oh, absolutely. Cut right to the chase. It was definitely an emotional experience. And it continues to be every aspect of this show is coming to life in very emotional ways for us because of the the the group that's been assembled and the care that all the creatives are putting into this new manifestation of the show. Yeah. You know, one of the things I have thought about a lot with y'all doing this live production is that when you do a thing on Broadway. You go in knowing the opening night, there's gonna be some kinks. But then you'll work it out the following nights. And keep perfecting the show as you perform it over and over again, there's only one shot like in the Eminem sense of the phrase like were you most afraid of messing up on that one night that keeps you up at night, and you heard over and over August speak for Brandon first and then Kentucky. I feel like the there's a tremendous excitement about doing it only once, and I believe that this format this live format, especially when an audience is very much a part of that format, which will they will be in in this rent live production. I feel like you'll get a real sense of a concert a once in a lifetime event, and whatever happens happens. You know, it's like that that there's there's also a great security in knowing that in a live event in a live performance anything that happens is going to be okay..