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Fresh "Sanders " from All Things Considered
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Republicans Have Decency, Unlike Democrats
"Trying to weaponize what this guy in Cincinnati did yesterday is the same as saying, all right, a Bernie Sanders Democrat tried to assassinate a bunch of Republican congressmen so you Democrats are never allowed to criticize a Republican again. You can't say another thing about Republicans because you guys are capable of murdering Republican congressman. We didn't do that. We wouldn't do that. That's because we're normal. That's because we've got some decency. And they don't. That's the difference between us and them. We didn't blame Bernie Sanders for the guy who wanted to assassinate every Republican congressman he could. But they're going to blame us for this imbecile in Cincinnati, Ohio. Well, it isn't going to work. It isn't going to work and the American people are onto them. And I think we smell a setup. We smell traps. We smell, we see the landmines that are all around, and we're going to step gingerly through the landmine field, and we're going to win big.
Fresh "Sanders " from All Things Considered
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Bernie Sanders Is Upset About the Inflation Reduction Act
"Here's an example of the Democrats failing to unify. Here's Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders bemoaning the inflation act, the inflation reduction act yuck yuck. First he said the other day, it isn't going to appreciably impact inflation at all. Now here's what he's saying about the Democrats boondoggle as it applies to healthcare. I will tell you, given the enormous economic problems, facing working families in this country, I was very, very disappointed that we did not go further and addressing the realities facing the average American. We got a healthcare system, which is dysfunctional. We pay the highest prices in the world for our healthcare and our prescription drugs, and we really did not make any significant progress in making healthcare affordable housing, home healthcare expanding Medicare, all the needs of the American people that they wanted us to act on, unfortunately, we were able to go forward. Oh, here we go. That's what I mean. So there's some trouble in Paradise. On the Democrat machine, the beast is restless.
Fresh update on "sanders " discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And here we are, and you lost, how do you feel about that now? What's your response today? Well, look, I think, as we've talked about before, I won my primary by 73 percentage points, two years ago. The path to that same victory would have been very easy. It was clear how that path would go. But that path would have required that I accept that I embrace that I perpetuate the big lie. No, Liz Cheney, it actually would have required that you represent your voters. That's it. The reason they rejected you is not about the quote unquote big lie, it's all a bunch of nonsense. You know it and I know what everyone knows. But what is even the big lie? You know what the big lie is? The big lie is somehow believing that 2020 was the safest securit election in history. That's the big lie. The big lie is suppressing the center for technology and civic life and Zuckerberg putting $400 million in and acting as if 2000 meals didn't exist and how the 50 intelligence agencies said that the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation. You couldn't talk about it on social media. That was the big lie. Okay? Now there could be reasonable disagreements to the spectrum of which 2020 was tampered with. Of course I am in the camp that it's been factually proven time and time again that 2020 was a highway robbery of our republic. And I've said that before. But no, what she's really saying is that I can only win elections if I indulge in my voters. If I indulge in my voters abstractions and imaginations. Remember how Dick Cheney used to be treated? Again, I just want to reemphasize this. Liz Cheney is the darling of the media. She gets a question from Savannah Guthrie. How does that make you feel? It's very close to Barack Obama when he became president. How do you feel this president? How is it make you feel? At any time, the media, this is just kind of a good rule because I watch a lot of these people. Any time they use the word feel, it's a softball argument. You think Donald Trump ever got feel arguments? How do you feel, mister Trump, after January 6th? Yeah, right. SNL cut 68 Dick Cheney. This is how they used to treat Dick Cheney. Play cut 68. From the Persian Gulf aboard the submarine USS Louisville, vice president Dick Cheney. Mister vice president. Excellent. Actually, time I'm no longer on the USS Louisville, as you can see. I'm now sitting on a 1500 ton Tom and hawk missile en route to Baghdad. Mister vice president, I'm sorry, but it wasn't the plan to wait until Congress debated the issue. That was one plan. I had another plan time. You don't get a pacemaker sitting around watching Anna Nicole Smith waiting for the rest of the world to join up. That's just a small taste of how Dick Cheney used to be. A mockery. They used to make fun of him at every corner, Dick Cheney shot someone in the face. They made songs about it. But now the Cheney family is lionized. They consider the Cheney family to be the bulwark of the republic. Why, why? What is this? What's really going on here? Is there a small, well connected bipartisan group of people that are terrified? That the populist movement is now coming from the right. You see, they were able to stop the populist movement coming from the left. And that was a very scary movement. But in some sense, it was legit. The Bernie Sanders movement was a legitimate grassroots movement, and Bernie Sanders being a Bolshevik communist revolutionary, he was, he used to be anti war. Now he's pro war. They probably blackmailed Bernie Sanders because of his wife's alleged crimes in Vermont. I almost guarantee it. But they were able to stop the movement on the left, no such movement was able to be stopped on the right. This is now a legit bottom up movement and has taken over the entire Republican Party..
Even Bernie Sanders Thinks the Inflation Reduction Act is a Joke
"They call it the inflation reduction act, polls show that less than 12% of voters actually think it's going to reduce inflation, of course it won't. Want to play a couple pieces of tape here, let's start with cut 8. Bernie Sanders admits that Biden's inflation reduction act won't actually reduce inflation, play cut 8. I'm going to take a moment to say a few words about the so called inflation reduction act that we are debating this evening. And I say so called, by the way, because according to the CBO and other economic organizations about study this bill, it will in fact have a minimal impact on inflation. Bernie's right now, Bernie's critique is probably that it doesn't confiscate enough money and clobber enough businesses that it doesn't go too far enough I should say.
Bernie Sanders's Economic Advisor Wants to Keep Printing Money
"Is no shock that The New Yorker ran a piece, August 2019, titled The Economist who believes the government should just print more money. Stephanie kelton, a senior economic adviser to Bernie Sanders and Professor of economics and public policy at stony brook university, is popular in a way that economists almost definitionally are not. Filmmakers trail her with cameras. She goes on international speaking tours. And once it sold out a basketball arena in Italy, kelton is the foremost evangelist of a fringe economic movement called modern monetary theory, which argues in part that the government should pay for programs requiring big spending like the Green New Deal simply by printing more money. This is a polarizing idea. This spring at kelton spoke at The Wall Street Journal's future of everything festival on the day as a journal staffer introduced kelton as an economist with an idea that will either solve the world's problems or send it into ruin. She made a face and then walked on stage. So what exactly does she say? Well, adherents of MMT imagine a world built on MMT principles in which the government provides guaranteed jobs, healthcare affordable college, launches clean infrastructure projects to replace crumbling highways airports and bridges. Kelton, who does at least 5 interviews per week, plus lectures speaking gigs in conferences, is more than anyone else responsible for building MMT's digital army. So what exactly is MMT? Well, it means that we just spend money, and don't worry about it.
WHY Biden Is Performing Worse Than Any President in Modern History
"Fascinating. He is doing so poorly. And the reason I suspect is because, look, people didn't sign up for this. They thought, okay, we'll get rid of the drama, right? A lot of independence. A lot of independents felt very strongly that they just want to know more drama in The White House and thus they voted for Joe Biden without real thought in terms of what would it mean for our policy? And whether or not he really had the leadership chops to be able to accomplish what needs to be done there in the Oval Office, so I don't think that people were entirely aware in some ways of what they might be getting, but they thought, hey, you know how bad going to be, right? Because we had been doing pretty well economically, actually we were doing the best that we ever had. We were seeing a peaceful situation as well on the international front. And while we had challenges, which have continued to be augmented, certainly at the border, we kind of were on cruise control in a way. And now the cruise control is over, and they're saying, wait, what's different? How did this happen? This was supposed to be the guy that wasn't offensive to anybody, but certainly wasn't going to really screw things up. And I think there's an opinion out there in America, certainly judging by these poll numbers that he really did screw things up, and so consequently, there's no faith. And he didn't have the base to begin with, right? He didn't have that sort of Uber aggressive base that say a Bernie Sanders might have had. The socialists want to take over the country. He didn't have that. So for the base, he's not left enough, and for those in the middle, he's out there in left field in a way that makes him feel rather disengaged from the day to today activity that needs to happen to run the country. And so I think there's a belief in a feeling that he's just not up to the job.
"sanders " Discussed on Longform Podcast
"How are you, sir? You appear to be on some kind of vacation yourself there. That does not look like where you normally call me from. I am in a beautiful Los Angeles California. It's so nice here. Who is on the program? This week on the program, I talked to Sam Sanders. Sam Sanders is or was, I should say, a long time NPR host, he hosted the politics podcast and then for the last couple of years, he's hosted a show called it's been a minute, but he has left NPR and he just launched, in fact, he launched it the day we talked, a new podcast called Intuit for vulture. It's a culture show and we talked about starting something new and leave an NPR. It's always fun to have these conversations with people on the day that something launches. It's like an exciting moment. And Aaron, we did it in person, rare in person interview. I don't think I've done an in person interview since COVID other than the time that Evan came to my house to interview me, which doesn't really count. So I envy you that sounds delightful. Everything about this setting and setup seems delightful. We should say for full disclosure, this show is produced and partnership with vox media. I believe they also produce the vulture show that Sam Sanders, is that correct? New York magazine, part of vox vulture part of New York magazine. This is two vac shows. It's the same family here. Consider it disclosed. Here is max with Sam Sanders. Hey Sam, how are you? I'm all right, man. How are you?
Dick Morris Returns to Discuss Michelle Obama 2024
"Continue my conversation with the great dick Morris. I would never say the great dick Morris, if you were sitting in the room except, oh no, I've just said it and here he is. Dick Morris, you have a new book out, the return Trump's big 2024 comeback. We ended yesterday our conversation with you speculating that Hillary would end up being his opponent, what do you say to the idea which many have said that Michelle Obama would be put forward that she is just a film out now, Salem now dot com is carrying the film, which makes the case that she is a hide bound Chicago Marxist exactly like her husband, Barack. I think that's probably accurate. But she's also a rich one. And I think that the last time there was an issue of her running, she decided not to do it in 16. And I don't think that she's going to change, but she might. If she ran, she'd be the best candidate the Democrats could put up. But it wouldn't last long, because the issue, I don't think she could go toe to toe with Donald Trump, and if Trump is a walking encyclopedia of this stuff, but we'll see, I don't want to speculate. But the more likely scenario is Hillary, because as I was saying, before we broke, is that Sanders will jump out to the lead. And the democratic establishment will come to Hillary begging to stop Sanders, which is just what happened in the 16th. And in 20 with Biden, yeah, I'm sorry, it happened in 2016. Yeah. And in 20 with Biden, that's true. They went to Biden.
Former Speaker of House Newt Gingrich on the Democrats' Midterm Plan
"That I'm a little paranoid about though, mister speaker, and I talk about this openly on the program, is that the Democrats have some sort of plan for the midterms that we might not yet be gaming out correctly because I have so much respect for our opposition and how Machiavelli and they are and how they're able to use tragedy for their own purposes. What do you think their midterm plan is? Because up until recently, you know, as per your example of the Saudi Arabian visit, it seems as if they are enthusiastically accelerating over a cliff. Political consequences be damned, I suppose, what's your thoughts? Well, I think first of all, I help publish papers in the 1980s called the Grenada papers. When we liberated the island of Grenada, which spoke English, this was an island occupied largely by Africans living in the Caribbean with agriculture and tourism as there are two biggest incomes. And the communists took it over. And as the communists tried to impose communism, everything fell apart. It was a disaster. So we now know because this is how we got to the Grenada papers. Because everything they wrote was in English. So we didn't need to translate the State Department couldn't screw it up. And it turns out that the leadership of the Communist Party of Grenada, when everything was failing, would meet every Tuesday afternoon for a study group. And what they were studying was not supply side economics. It wasn't Milton Friedman. It wasn't Adam Smith. What they were studying was Stalin's writing. Now, you have a Georgian bank robber who becomes dictator of a country that covers 13 time zones, living in Moscow and really bad cold winter, being studied by African descended, Caribbean native native folks were looking around going, what should we do next? Well, what does Stalin think we should do? The reason I tell you this story is, when AOC gets in a room, she doesn't have any point of reference. But I mean, Biden's different. Biden doesn't have a point of reference because he's not sure what rumi said. But I guarantee you that Newsom Kamala Harris, barriers, other people, senator Warren, Bernie Sanders, who remember honeymooned in the Soviet Union. I mean, just ask yourself, a guy who is born who lives born in Brooklyn, but a guy who was living in the forest of Vermont. Besides to go on a honeymoon, does he go to the Caribbean? Does he go to the beach now? He goes to the motherland to the great forest of Russia from the forest of Vermont. I mean, this isn't true believer.
Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List
"It was kind of hilarious to watch They were painting the Senate race which Doctor Oz why I support the Republican and you know in any race regardless of your feeling about doctor Rossi's far better than that Bernie Sanders lunatic running in that race But you remember everybody's like wow he's more of a moderate and mastery is no chance whatsoever but the odd thing is you're polling actually ahead of it I'm not asking you to go after him at all I'm just saying you're polling actually ahead of where he's falling which always goes to show you the media you can almost be guaranteed they're going to get the story wrong when evaluating a Republican every single time And it's funny I don't know if you were tracking this And thank you for your words of encouragement there over the past couple of months here when I've been so laid by the media You know you're doing the right thing I appreciate Teddy Roosevelt says you could judge a man's character by whose enemies are So thank you very much Media for that But last year the Democrats the DNC worked with the Democrat legislative campaign campaign YouTube blacklist 21 state legislators and I was number one on their hit list So this all came out in the salon of political article this past November And they viewed me as a threat to their plans in Pennsylvania and decided to attack me with talking points with all the mainstream media and their goal was to hit me so bad publicly that I'd resign and shame They did a poll in November and they are appalled at the results They saw my negatives or single digits and they said not only did it make him more popular in a state he's a lead candidate for governor like no kidding Thank you very much We watched this with Donald Trump We're not going to fall for it a second time
You Can't Legislate the Poor Into Prosperity...
"The poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity. We are a lot of discussion right now about from the left and from others about people who make too much money. They ought to be taxed. They're not paying their fair share. Again, this is an interesting proposition because you can't legislate the poor out of poverty or into prosperity out of property. You have to set the right environment. You have to have the give them every possibility to succeed every possibility to have the opportunity to go out and earn a living, make a job or for themselves or make arno start a business. How do they want to do it? But you're not going to legislate them out. In other words, you can't use the government to say, okay, I'm going to do this and I'm going to give them so much money and it's going to take them into prosperity. That's just not the way it works. It just as much as you can't legislate wealthy out of prosperity. Because again, it's a balance in this country. And really all over the world where the world admit it or not, that the legislating of these issues is just not the proper response to it. You're not going to be able to have a government unless you're wanting to go to a government only system in which socialism that basically is just our economy to the more we all hold things and collective. This is just not going to be. But yet many times in the government, especially liberals, and especially the Democrats now, Bernie Sanders, Warren, so many foreign and others, AOC and others believe that the answer to all the problems is simply take more money out of the ridge or take more money out of the corporations. And then that would solve everybody's problem. The reality is we've seen that doesn't work. It doesn't exist. And if you ever
Arizona's Kari Lake: 'The RINOS Are Just as Bad as the Liberals'
"But this is why we want to understand why we are where we are today. Because these people, we assumed basically are towing the line, ideologically, maybe not in everything, but you find out time and time again that you might as well have Bernie Sanders in there. It is absolutely monstrous that somebody who runs as a Republican on all of these issues is against the will of most American people, but gets away with it because there's no place to go. Until now. As Kerry Lake is running for governor. Well, and this is what we've been up against. I mean, the rhinos are just as bad as the liberals. In some ways, worse because you think they're going to do the right thing. And then you're left disappointed when they don't. And so that's why it's such a danger, but we're doing great. Our polls are showing we're up and we just have to make sure that we get out and vote August 2nd. That's when the big election is and this will be one I believe in the primary because I don't think that the Democrat running who is truly socialist Democrat has a snowball's chance in hell to win. Okay, so August 2nd is the primary. Right now you're up 20 points, but the typical thing is people say, well, she doesn't need my vote. She's up 20 points, folks. I got to tell you, we're in a war right now. And if we do not elect people like Carrie Lake, it's over for America.
A Birthday Message to Trump From Compton
"I got my name's James kluge has a YouTube channel I'm not sure if he's on rumble but he's funny He had this video again I can't vouch for the authenticity of it I wasn't there but this is pretty hilarious Just a little bit of comic relief for you So Donald Trump's birthday yesterday President Trump So he did this video and he said listen he's out of now I don't know where it is Somewhere it looks like Donald Trump's birthday You want to say something to people And he gets his couple This older couple They just lose it He should be in jail Orange jumpsuit lock them up Leg irons Peter Navarro style Now the couple happens to be white and this guy you'll see comes up in the middle of this This is about a minute long this segment It's a longer thing but I had to cut a minute of it And this guy comes up and he's like I love Donald Trump man I'm from Compton and the people these older would appear to be white liberals They're so stunned You can see that this young black man is a Donald Trump's brother They're like you voted for Donald Trump I hope I got this is the left summed up in one clip You check this out That's pretty gnarly We're going to double down on that Bad man He's a bad guy Man he's caused untold harm to our country He needs to go away and go to prison where he belongs I can't wait to see him in an orange jumpsuit What does he need to go to prison for For all the crimes that he's committed Like what Like oh trying to overthrow our country Hello Where have you been dude Did you Ryan No Did he tell him to go do that Yeah he did tell him to go do that did you watch the rally I did I can literally memorize the quotes You're hopeless If you don't see it you're hoping What are you telling them to go do that Exactly Like what part of it the speech Where did he say Let's fight If you don't fight we're not going to have a country You mean the quote fight like hell oh yeah Bernie Sanders said that a lot of other Democrats said that and then when Trump say that then it's bad right Dude you're a Trump fan Oh yes I am Oh yeah and I'm from cops And guess what And I'm from Compton California
"sanders " Discussed on The Lead
"Surprised if he's got four or 5 more deals by the end of the season. I mean, it's only been a year or so since the new NIL rules have come into effect. But a lot of recruits change their minds. Did it strike you as a little odd that people were so up in arms about this one and did it feel like Deion Sanders is being held to a double standard or people were quicker to jump and point the finger and accuse him in the program of doing something shady than they might, someone else. Oh, absolutely. I mean, I mean, this is called what it is. You got white folks screaming at a black kid, went to an HBCU, which is predominantly black school. Why would you ever go do that? But there's a lot of reasons why you would go do that. Now, this is just me. I went to Ohio State. So I understand big time college football. Most kids who are 5 star athletes have two dreams. When they choose a couch, go play for a national championship, go get to the NFL. That's it. So that's why they pick Ohio State, Alabama, Clemson, Georgia. For the most part, that's why the 5 star guys go there. I can win the national championship. They're prepped me for the NFL, all right? Let's be real. Florida state angle window national championship while I'm there for the most part because they've been bad for several seasons now. So if I'm not going to win the national championship, let me go pick a school where I can get to the league, okay? Dion Sanders can probably help me get to the league as a cornerback where I receive as much as anybody. And guess what? And nobody ever talks about this. If Travis hunter commits to Jackson state and he shows up and he plays this year and he doesn't like something about this year, whatever it is, guess what he could do, bro it happened to transfer portal, like 9000 other players and bounce. You know? His makes sense. Now Deandre, how come nobody talked about Kevin Coleman junior? And people say, well, who is Kevin Colton junior? Kevin Coleman junior was a top 60 recruit, number 7 receiver on ESPN's top 300 list. He committed to Jackson state. I haven't heard a word about how much money did he get. He's a four star guy, and he committed because I talked to him about it. He committed because his final three was Miami, Florida state, Jackson state. And when Travis hunter went to Jackson state, they had forged a relationship based on him both being recruited by Florida state. So he said, hey, if he'd gone to Jackson state, he's a DB, I'm a receiver. We can work against each other in practice. We can make each other better. Watching my brother, this is his words, watching my brother go out there alone. He making a bold move. I'm a make a bold move with him. I'm a go to. And that's how they ended up with Kevin colvin junior. And if those guys have success this year, guess what? One or two hours next year will be like, oh, they went down there. They balled up. They don't national TV every week. They are on the cover of SI, they got all this attention. Okay, I'm gonna go down there too. And that's how movement starts. So looking forward here, Jacques, what are you expecting from this program this fall and Deion Sanders in the long run? How do you foresee this playing out for Deion Sanders and Jackson state over the next few years? I view it as a championship of bus season. I mean, black college championship, which is go to the celebration bowl and win it. To me, I mean, anything less than that would be a disappointment because they're going to have a talent advantage most weeks. And they've upgraded to coaching staff, and they probably got a coach of the most weeks. So if you got the best talent, and you got some of the best coaches, I mean, you should win. At some point, I mean, I don't think I'm breaking news at some point. I'd be shocked if he didn't leave. Question is, I don't know when that point is. Nobody does. It could be after this year. It could be after the next year. Who knows? Because again, he doesn't have to take a job. Most people in this position be like, oh, I need the power 5 jobs to come get me so I can get that lifetime security. There's not enough money you could pay him that would change his lifestyle. So he don't have to take any job. He can take whatever job he thinks works best, whatever job will give him the best opportunity to succeed. And if that's Jackson state, then he'll stay at Jackson state because what has he done to Jackson state? He lives in Jackson state about the 40 minutes outside of the city on some acreage with a Lake and a nice ass. That's all he's done is recreate his home in Jackson, you know? That's why he can play in about it took a $117 to fill up his gas tank the other day. He's all about the long winding road in the country to take him home. Exactly. You mentioned a little earlier that Jackson is pretty rough city and right at the heart of it is the school and right at the heart of the school is a football team. Can you just talk a little bit about what that winning season and winning the swack and the kind of rejuvenation of that program has meant to that community? Well, like a lot of places, the community revolves around football team. Jackson state has had four Hall of Famers, starting with Walter Payton. And they were a championship caliber program in the 70s and 80s and early 90s. I mean, I think grambling with Eddie Robinson is probably got more attention over the years. But those who really studied a sweat, no Jackson state has been a factor all this time. And so, you know, when a program dips like it has been, you know, you don't have the same type of civic pride that you had. Now that it's on the way back, you can tell that it's sick pride is returned. You know, everybody's all about Jackson state football, season ticket sales are going well, but it's really about the money that gets pumped in to the community. Because media is coming, fans are coming. People coming to look at Jackson state. But the ad is built. They want to see it for themselves. They want to see it in person. You know, obviously anytime you're in, you're spending money. Obviously if your team is winning, you should spend more money because you're in a better frame of mind. And so, you know, it's just good for everybody. The city is a happier place when Jackson state football is thriving and winning and playing with. I believe that a stadium that gets 30,000 which is wonderful for HBCUs, but it holds 60,000. I believe that we can fill it. I love the way you tell get I love the tradition, but I believe that you go now, get your foot in the stadium and watch this all right, well, Jacques thanks so much for joining us today and breaking all this down. It's been my pleasure, man. You can read John jock Taylor's cover story about Deion Sanders at Sports Illustrated dot com and hear more of him on the jam session podcast that publishes every Monday when saying Friday, wherever you get your pods. From wondering, I'm under skeletal. Thanks for listening. If you like our show, please give us a 5 star rating and review. Follow on Apple podcasts, Amazon music, or whatever you're listening right now. Or you can listen ad free by subscribing to wonder E plus and Apple podcasts or the wondery app. Another way you can support the show is by filling out a survey at wondery dot com slash survey. Are you looking for love? I'm jujube and on my new podcast, Queen of hearts. I'm helping a few lucky daters find love. There's just one thing. Our contestants can't see each other until the end of the game. Dating is a drag, but this queen has your back. 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Understanding the Reagan Doctrine
"But Reagan's position was you can't contain them They're spreading into Africa They're spreading into our hemisphere and violation of the Monroe doctrine And so while we play the game of containment they play the game of confrontation So the Reagan doctrine is based on a principle that you go on the offensive Wisely prudently but no more containment And he was therefore considered particularly by Washington and the Republican establishment as you can imagine By the Putin oids today As wildly out of control and they use the word interestingly enough escalation as you hear the pute noids isolationists pacifists of today They use the same word Escalation Reagan is going to escalate They also said that the Soviet Union would use its nukes Against the United States and its allies So you're getting basically a regurgitation of the arguments that were used by the Democrat and Republican establishments in Washington D.C. even though the pute noise pretend that there's somehow plowing new ground They're not plowing new ground These were the arguments that were made by the likes of Jimmy Carter By the likes of George McGovern That are made by the likes today of a Bernie Sanders And Reagan would have rejected all of it As Donald Trump has rejected if not all of it a lot of it
Rep. Jim Jordan: What We Learned About Democrats in 48 Hours
"Window I mean Tucker did a really great piece last night It just pointed the fact that they've almost gone mad I mean think about it Henry cuellar right A relatively at least by today's standards congressman moderate Democrat right One of your colleagues but on the Democrat side he's running in the southern Texas in a border area right Just overwhelmed by illegals against a Bernie Sanders supporting leftist Cisneros in a runoff today who's basically like screw the border patrol and oil and gas sucks This is our platform in Texas Where are the dick Morris types on the Democrat side Like you guys are crazy Yeah no the left controls their party the left doesn't like the country and the left doesn't like those of us who do love this country Who understand this is the greatest country in history And they are attacking us every chance they get And just to underscore how ridiculous they are Think about last week Dan and a 48 hour time frame last week We learned what We learned that Hillary Clinton told us men to take false information to the FBI We learned that the Biden White House was in communications with the national school board association prior to them ever sending the initial letters And we learned that Democrats actually think men can get pregnant We learned all that in 48 hours If that doesn't underscore how out of touch they are with the American people and just completely crazy they have gone I don't know what does But the country has figured it out They've seen what this is what the Biden administration is all about And frankly they've seen the intentional action The intentional action to go after oil and gas The intentional action to drive up the price of gas to $5 a gallon The intentional action to get rid of our border and do what they've been doing So I think you know you never want to get overconfident You have a background in athletics you understand that but I do feel good about what our chances are looking like this fall
How Do We Get Poor People Out of the Projects?
"Charlie, this question's for you. How do we get underprivileged people out of the projects? Well, the question of how to get poor people rich isn't a mystery. It's not by giving them stuff to do nothing to proving their schools, which I'm sure we can agree on. Rebuilding the family, entrepreneurship, we know how to get poor people richer and we do the opposite. So I would agree with you that education is part of it, but I think that that's been a lot of myth making as well. I
Are White People Discriminated Against Today? Briahna Gray Explains
"Are being discriminated against today? I mean, look, I'm an old head about some of this stuff. The kids, the kids are taking us in a different direction. I think a lot of the kids today, they don't believe in that sort of thing. They believe in they don't believe in sex only education, sex segregated education. My mother went to a girls school, Jane Adams and Cleveland, Ohio, and she said that was a really good experience for her, but there's research that says it's confidence building for girls to be not competing with boys in their math class. Totally agree with sexual education. You know, a lot of people were frustrated about the integration of boy scouts, et cetera, et cetera. I was. And there's another school of thought that says, you know, if the problem fundamentally is that girls aren't able to have space in the classroom, can we get, can we address that as root instead of having to perpetuate segregation? Sex segregation in this case, in order to do it. And I'm not a sociologist that I can't say what the best way to do it. What I will say is this. I think there is a difference intent matters. And I think that historically, the reason for having race segregated housing, having a black dorm, for instance, which by the way, even though they're often black, like houses and stuff, there were also integrated all black people. Or the international. I'll give you a couple other examples, but I'll let you finish your point. So the point was that in when you're a super minority in a space, it's nice to have some place to go or you're not watching your peas and cues where you can feel like you have a sense of community the same way that international students might have a house. And maybe maybe we are past that, maybe we don't need that anymore. HBCUs now or some like 30, 40% non black, you know, they're very diverse now. So I don't know. I'm not to say that that whether or not that is necessary today. But I will say there's a difference. And I think you'd agree in saying, I want to have a space to be away from racism versus I want to keep you out of my institution because I think you're racially inferior. I think they're sinister
Briahna Gray: There's a Way to Talk About Race That Is Superficial
"But let me ask you a question, do you think the hyper focus of race in our national conversation detracts from having that kind of class based discussion? Sometimes. I think that there is a way to talk about race that is painfully superficial, and which focuses on the grievances of frankly elite minorities, more than the issues. I'm just curious. So for example, during the campaign cycle, there was a real spurt of attention directed toward the issue of the maternal maternal health gap. So the maternal mortality gap in the country means that black babies have really high mortality rates that are comparable, frankly, to some much less developed countries. The third world, sure. And people were concerned about that. And the story got highlighted in some part because Serena Williams had a very high risk pregnancy and almost died. She was complaining about pain and the doctors were ignoring her. And she ended up having some kind of deep vein from gross blood clot basically. I'm not a doctor. She has some kind of blood clot that if she hadn't really been forceful about it and gotten it checked out and if she weren't as powerful and rich and privileged as she is, she probably would have died like many women in this country do disproportionately black women in this country do die. And it's a real problem, right? As a progressive, my focus is to say, whatever the biggest determinant of an unequal health treatment in this country, a big one is that we have a two tiered system and people who are on our poverty program Medicaid tend to not be seen by high quality doctors. They tend to be ignored. They tend to move around a lot and not see the same physicians in a repeat basis. A lot of things that result in them having lower standards of care. And my solution would be to say, while I would love to sit here and give doctors diversity training and magically convince them and not be racist and pay more attention to Serena Williams or whatever. I don't really see that happening. And I don't really see that as the government's role, what we can do is make sure that everybody has a universal stained healthcare system so that doctors are disproportionately treating poor patients or stuff. But the thing about Serena Williams is to say, there are the kinds of issues that get talked about in mashable attention. Are those race issues that affect affluent black people? So in addition to everybody else, but affluent black
Is America Systemically Racist? Briahna Gray Shares Her Thoughts
"Moving to the first question since we didn't get to it. Brianna is America's systemically racist. There you go. There's systemic racism, of course, in America. There are systemic poverty. There's a lot of, look, I think we should probably start by talking about the word systemic with the worst systemic means. It means that we're not any longer talking about the realm of this person with mean to me. This person didn't give me a job because they didn't like the cut of my jib or they didn't like that I was a woman or they didn't hire me because I was primarily a number of things that go on in people's lives. Those kind of one off instances of oppression, a discrimination. Of course, exist. For people who are in members of protected classes and people who aren't members of protected classes, I could not hire you because I don't like your shirt and there's nothing to lock and do about that. But of course that would exist, but then we wouldn't call that systemic oppression if even if we would call that wrong. What we mean when we say systemic is that we have institutions in our country, whether it's something like our institution of laws, whether it's our prison system, whether it's our education system. And because we're human beings, and because we're flawed as we're putting together these systems, because there's always room to perfect the systems that we have made by our own human fallible design. There are often the same kind of biases in interest that we have are baked into those systems. And it's not about someone necessarily sitting around the Ferris leasing or I'm going to get you sucker. But the reality is when you look at the way the world is designed and outcomes aren't always indicative of a problem. But sometimes they are. And so when you see something like for instance, regardless of the race of the perpetrator, regardless of the race of the criminal. You are four times more likely to get the death penalty. If the victim is white versus that the victim is black. Now this is regardless of the person who did the killing was white or black. If you kill a white person and we're likely to get the death penalty that the black person, this is an interesting thing to think
Charlie Doesn't Believe Systemic Racism Exists
"Don't think systemic racism exists. So the bird improves on you. There's racism, individual racist, disgusting, reprehensible. We'll agree on that. But the systems themselves are not racist. There's nothing that I can do that you can't do. You went to Harvard. It's pretty awesome. I didn't. So that's not a racist country. So yeah, the burdens on you to prove it.
"sanders " Discussed on Health Babes Podcast
"Bacon, avocado, Greek yogurt, sauerkraut, pickles, cheese. Dang. That's like a big jalapeno. It's everything. All of it. So but a lot of it is just me getting fermented vegetables out of a jar. You know, it's not a lot of work. So it's like the time it takes to just heat up sausage and eggs and I usually just eat like one piece of bacon just one or two bacon just to kind of get the fat going and get the eggs going, have a big beef sausage. My company's called node's a tail. So you just eat my own beef sauce. I like beef sausage better just, I think it's a little healthier and lower pufa. Whatever. Our pufa. Pufa yeah, that polyunsaturated fat fat. Just kidding. Yeah. So it's so good. And then it has everything, but it doesn't take that long because I'm just like, while I'm doing that, I'm just slicing some avocado like putting some Greek yogurt. I have the seasoning. It's like dill ranch seasoning. It's like so good. And I just eat the smart work. And then for dinner, I eat a big steak, or maybe my primal ground beef that has organs mixed in the ground beef. And then I saute mushrooms and onions, then I could have some carb source because I work out, so I'm like maybe some sweet potato. Like I said, some rice would cooked in bone broth. And I do like maybe some carrot like carrots, like cut up with apple cider vinegar and a little Parmesan cheese. Like it's just so good. Like this combination, it's so good, just a big piece of meat, some mushrooms, onions, like the sides, you know, you get that little carrot salad going with the balsamic vinegar and the apple cider vinegar. And then I do more Greek yogurt with fruit like strawberries, blueberries, and honey. So it's so good. It can't get better. Like I have this giant bowl of Greek such as more protein and it's got some berries and some honey. And I work out so that's fine for me. And I don't know how it could get better. Are you intermittent fasting? Yeah, so that's two meals, so I haven't eaten yet today. It's almost 1 p.m.. So I just played volleyball for three hours on no food. Felt better than anyone out there, really. Most people, they're always complaining they're tired. I'm like, no, I'm not tired. I'm still going. So yeah, I eat about 1 p.m. and maybe 7 or 8 p.m.. And that's good. I haven't snacked and I don't know, maybe three or four years. I don't remember when I last snacked. I've no desire to snack. I think that's the trick. You don't want to use willpower. I don't use willpower to not snack. I have no desire to stack because I eat these glorious meals that fill me up. And I never think about food. It's actually hard. I'm not ever hungry. Before I dialed this in, I think I actually had the sensation of hunger, but I don't remember the sensation of hunger much anymore. It's like, it's not even a part of my life anymore. It's like, it's Evan, I gotta eat. Oh, then I get hungry. You know, once it starts going, and then I'm like, oh yeah, I'm hungry. But I'm never like, oh man, where's my food? And when you educate yourself on what foods you should be eating, you don't have to think about restrictions. You know what I mean? So for me, I know what my body likes. I buy, that's what I buy. That's what I have in my house, and that's what I eat. I never count calories or anything like that. I just eat what I know is good for me..
"sanders " Discussed on Broken Record
"Clothing was replaced with some big scarlet letter. It was just as if the world said we're done with you now because of this. This was a moment that lasted all but a second. And yet, it essentially stopped a 30 plus year career in its tracks. After that halftime show, Janet was blacklisted. MTV refused to play her music videos, stations stopped playing her songs, and Janet didn't appear at the Grammy Awards, just a few days later. Her invitation was conditional on her apology. But Justin went and apologized, and he took home two awards that night. One for best male pop vocal performance, and another for best pop vocal album. Listen, I know it's been a rough week on everybody. What occurred was unintentional, completely regrettable. And I apologize if you guys are offended. This has been a dream of mine. Don't. I already got enough. Don't. In 2006, Janet sat down with Oprah Winfrey for what she said at the time was the final word on the issue. Do you think in any way that Justin Timberlake left you hanging out there? I am speaking to miss Jackson. Do you? Well, all the emphasis was put on me. Not unjust. And that same year, Justin told MTV that if you considered what happened back then, 50 50, he only got 10% of the blame. I think that says something about society. You know, I think that America's harsher on women. And I think that America's, you know, unfairly harsh on ethnic. People. We reached out to Janet's publicity team, and we were told that she has no comment. Justin Timberlake also had no comment. But earlier this year, Justin did post an apology on Instagram to both Janet and Britney Spears. He said, quote, I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn or did not speak up for what was right. The fact is, after the halftime show, Janet's career suffered. While Justin's thrived so much so that in 2018, Justin was invited back to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. This time, solo. I use the word criminal a lot when I talk about black people in music and specifically, you know, me always talking about black women in music, not receiving the credit that they're due. I really think that it's criminal that we, as you started this conversation that we forget the impact the Janet Jackson has had. On music, it's bloody and it's criminal. What do you think is the biggest lesson or takeaway about the music industry about American celebrity culture about the way black women are treated in music? What's the biggest takeaway? For any of those things from the Super Bowl incident. I mean the biggest takeaway from Janet not receiving the credit that is due to her in this world of culture that we all live in. Is to me how little has changed.
"sanders " Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"And the best story about that was not only did I get to know the Florida crew and I realized how talented they all really were. But Rick sluter, there was a children's book that I thought, oh, this children's book might be a great style for I can't wait to be king. But I couldn't figure out how to do it. I kept staring at this book. And I had showed it to some of the background artists in California. And they were like, well, we can do a gouache version of this. And I think somebody even did one. And I was sitting with it. It doesn't look like the book. And then as I was sitting there in despair in my room, staring at the artwork that they had done and then his children's book, Rick sluter walked by. And he said, what's going on? And I was like, oh, I want to make this children's book look thing, but I don't know how nobody knows how it's done. And he's like, can I look at it? And he picked up the book and he goes, oh, yeah, he goes, this is a sepia undertone wash. And you can even see a little bit of the pencil here, and then they did a heavier treatment with some, you know, do you need to do this? Because I think I could do this. And I was like, yeah, okay. And which way, and he came back like the next day and he had perfectly reproduced the look that was in there. And that was like, we can maybe do this. So then on one of my trips to Florida, I spent a huge amount of time in the fishbowl, on tour. And I just took all these different beats and I would make these little color keys. And so I really felt that I was finally fulfilling the whole thing I was supposed to do when they may be production designer. In a way, I did art direct that particular sequence and a few other things. By keeping myself where I belonged, which was story. Yeah. In the story realm. And I stayed there and so I was boarding, but I was also doing color keys within the boards, which is what I also did when it came to the ghost sequence. Mufasa's ghost. So I did end up doing some art direction by being a production designer. But on this particular sequences. But you also speak of Mufasa's ghosts. Didn't you do a lot of the storyboarding work too in that section? So you storyboarded at first and then did color keys and all that kind of stuff. Yeah, I tried to make the I tried to make the look a part of it. So I slid back into a place where I felt confident and comfortable, which is boarding. And I've really never stopped doing that. I think I learned I learned several lessons there. And so my failure as an art director did not end up completely defeating me. And I went with it, went back to a place where I felt comfortable, but did end up growing considerably meeting all these other artists, getting to know the Florida studio. I think being successful in that realm, and then also, again, I no matter what I've done, I've always stayed more in story where I belong. Yeah, that's amazing. So Antonio, I'm not really watching the time very closely, but I know, I don't want to. I know. I'm enjoying it so much. We have talked about that this may end up being a part one of a part two part three, whatever Chris Sanders story because I love digging into these Disney years, but you have so much more to offer and talk about when it comes to your DreamWorks, work, your live action work and where you are now. But let's keep going if you don't mind in the direction of Mulan because let's just have to pin it on the lawn and then just do some Q&A. So let's dive into that. Because if I can start this because I know you're going to have a lot to say about Milan. Yeah, my question is is I feel like that Lion King experience and you not quite directing that sequence. But having such a say in it and really, you didn't even talk about it, but you designed every elephant in monkey and ostrich, all those supporting characters you redesign them in the Chris Sanders look and style the one thing we didn't do. And I know that was probably thought about at one point was we didn't change similar, like he didn't him and Nala didn't change evolve into the stylistically. Yeah, which would have been really cool, by the way. I kind of would have liked that personally. But and by the way, I did one shot in that sequence. I did everybody look left. That's it, that part. Are you gonna sing it otherwise? Everybody look. Okay, yeah. Anyway. When the animals go through? No, no, I'm just talking about Simba on the top of the head of the draft, saying, everybody look left. And a bunch of animals run through. And every look right in the end it runs through the animals running through, I think was very temple. But yes. I just did, I did the fun part of that. You did the Simba on the German and addressed that camp. So anyway, but my thought is obviously what you just said was, okay, I learned so much. I'm assuming that means you also got some extra confidence from that. You're like, okay, I'm starting to see how I work, how I how I can fit into a film in a bigger way, not just do the storyboarding even though you said that's your safety spot. But I do have opinions. And you're starting to learn how to adapt art direction and things like that. And so how does that lead into? I know that hopefully eventually leading to you even considering to be a director on Lila and stitch. I don't want to jump into that quite yet. But how did that lead into you on Mulan and your position there and also being involved with Florida? Well, the Florida thing was, that was a revelation, because I think working in California, there were Florida was a mysterious place. You heard things about Florida. It was a great place. It wasn't such a great place. People.
"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'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
"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. 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"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
"Man. This is a dollar cheaper and this is two dollars cheaper and this is cheaper and this is cheaper. You go to the liquor store. Everything's cheaper whatever you do anything. Can you do there. It's going to be cheaper whether you're buying a lamp or groceries or gasoline like everything's cheaper now that is is and we all know this because the rents higher in new york right so the rents higher for grocery store do they charge cheaper price for their product the same price or more expensive price. I mean just look at it like he. Actually no. I mean it's like right so it's obvious that if their costs are higher they have to raise their prices to accommodate for that so whether it's rent or a bernie sanders fee it doesn't matter they're gonna pass those costs onto the customer if they don't have those costs. They won't pass them onto the customer. That's that you know. You can just have this model rigor well. They'll just be so greedy. They'll pass the cost on anywhere. It's like and then we'll get undercut by a competitor. You're so no but if if you pass these taxes the idea that this isn't going to cost people anything it's like no this doesn't pay for anything anything this pays for zero. This is just come on this is going to be passed right along to you and it's just gonna mean people paying more for their their. Their energy needs all around the boards going to cause people more to fill up a tank gas. It's going to cause people more to heat their homes. All of the things you use fossil fuels for you're going to end up causing causing you more so that's the other thing bernie sanders says and this one just really i don't know foof. This is probably my favorite but that he says that it's going to create. I believe the number was twenty million jobs. Let me make sure <hes> mm yes. He says that it's going to create twenty million jobs and this is part of how it's going to pay for itself you see because they'll be twenty million jobs created and therefore the taxes from those new twenty million jobs. You gotta count that those they're all new taxes now of course forget the fact that none of these numbers are going to add up to the sixteen trillion dollars that this plant but the idea that the government can just create create jobs and then those taxes will pay off what the government is spending. I mean this is just i just i challenged people please. I just think this through just remove yourself from whatever political ideology you have and think this through like a human being okay now first of of all just just and this is what things i loved about. Austrian economists is that they just give you a lot of times if you read my rothbart. If you listen to bob murphy or you listen listen any of like a good austrian economists. They'll give you kind of thought experiments and ways to think about things that you go. Oh yeah that's a you know. It's like so the government the idea that the government can just create jobs. It's like okay yes in some sense they can but then really couldn't we just always zero percent unemployment right. I mean the government can just give everybody a job. Let's just sign a law tomorrow. Everyone's got a job economy fixed. Why are we even like like wh- you know but then you go you know. The soviet union had zero percent unemployment. Everyone had a government job and the economy collapsed and not only do the economy collapsed but like the economy collapsed after like multiple you know like famines and people starving starving and they really really not a good economy right so the fact that the government can just give you a job. It's like okay but that doesn't really do anything right. I mean if we just fucking if we just drafted everybody into the army tomorrow right right. Let's just say everyone's drafted into the military now. Leave aside the moral issue of the fact that you're like. Oh i have to be a part of the military and i don't wanna do that but whatever everyone's drafted drafted into the military..
"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..