35 Burst results for "Sara"
Sara Carter: What Will Happen if Title 42 at the Border Is Removed
"Amazing So Sarah the border is a disaster right now We've seen the imagery the numbers are through the roof I'm hearing numbers that may breach over 200,000 encounters a month now I mean this is outrageous The entire town I live in I think has less than 3000 people This is incredible Give us one The story of what it looks like on the ground And what's going to happen if title 42 isn't renewed Well I got to tell you Dan it's absolutely right You're right on about the numbers slide on In fact in March what we saw for that month was over 210 thousand encounters Those are apprehensions And so people understand this those are the people that they've apprehended And I believe it's just a catch and release situation We've seen that down where people are being released So even if they're apprehended imagine they're just being let go into the country So they come into the country they become a part of the American fabric People are not properly vetted I can tell you here at the border it's so frustrating for our law enforcement officials because the amount of people flooding in is something that they can't control Basically you have border patrol agents trying to apprehend You have ice agents who have to catch and then release based on what they're being instructed to do by their supervisors who are being instructed by Washington D.C. the numbers this year look closer in total to 3 million And I talked to you about apprehension but what they're not telling you is about the people that are the God aways So since October 2021 and this is from my interviews with Mark Morgan who was former with U.S. homeland from interviews with other people that I've spoken to there are roughly around 700,000 got aways right now in the U.S. on top of the people that are being
"sara" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Of Connecticut and producing from the heartland, Nebraska, is Sarah Abbott and Sarah, we learned today before the show, you got your name from one of the coolest songs of all time by Fleetwood Mac. Please tell us that story. Yeah, so my dad named my sister and I after his favorite songs. So I'm Sarah. And my sister is Amanda. So that's a fun little fact about our family. Yeah, but you know, I was surprised as I, you mentioned that to me, I thought you were kidding first because I was talking about Sarah and the Fleetwood Mac song that I absolutely love and you mentioned that you were named for that song. You don't know the lyrics to that song. No, I don't. It felt kind of like a narcissist to listen to a song that you're named after. A little bit. We need a feedback from listeners about which song is cooler, Sarah by Fleetwood Mac or a man to buy Boston because to me it's not even close. Yeah, not even close in Sarah. I don't think it's narcissistic, I would say it's more learning about your heritage, honestly. Yeah. Phoebe Nick's great lyrics, your name created by Stevie Nicks. How cool is that? It makes me feel good that you said that because my sister growing up, the complete opposite, not saying she's a narcissist, but she would blast her song all the time. So I think it just turned me off from wanting to listen to my song. So it makes me feel good that my song's cooler. Yeah, at some point, we have to have you sister on and like have a showdown with listeners chiming in to the cooler song. What do you think she would go for that? Oh, I think she would love it. I think she would eat it up. All right. Let's get to the baseball today. I mean, that was a cool story just before we got started. Cardinals, royals. What a moment for Albert.
Sara Carter: John Durham Is Warning Everyone There's More
"You know in the latest legal filing by dorm there's a line in there Sarah I think you and I both found interesting He doesn't say that the DNS data that was diverted to the Clinton campaign It wasn't illegally obtained I want to be clear with the audience Apparently it was a legitimate government contract But there are legitimate government contracts for researchers too but you can't give the research to the Chinese Communist Party It's where it was diverted later that's the scandal but it says in there in the opening line Durham says that the DNS data Sarah is among The Internet data exploited which again the English speakers like you and I with a reading comprehension better than Jim Acosta's means Durham probably has more right That there may be other Internet data there We get another why else would he write that Exactly Exactly He wrote that as part of I always call those magic beans Those are the little magic beans within writing that they're warning They're warning people within the Clinton campaign they're warning Michael sussman They're warning Perkins Kuwait Look we got more where this came from And we're going to let that out One of these days I think what is important also in that and what we have to comprehend is that remember Internet data and traffic flow and are protected in many different ways It would not surprise me It would not surprise me that John Durham is not just looking at what's the obvious Internet traffic but maybe traffic that was also hidden among files maybe hipa files may be other files that are traveling along the Internet that are supposed to be protected That are supposed to remain private But maybe they were carrying other information It just wouldn't surprise me if that was the
Sara Carter: Techniques Used on Enemies, CIA Used on President Trump
"Jim sciutto Pamela Brown and Eric bradner at CNN in April of 2017 wrote a piece that still on CNN's website has yet to be retracted It says British intelligence passed Trump associates communications with Russians onto U.S. counterparts I have stated in my three books through numerous sources here That it's clear to me that U.S. intelligence officials were involved in this operation to launder this information We now based on Durham's legal filings in the sussman case know that sussman met with the CIA too You have any color to add to that about U.S. intelligence agencies potential involvement with spying on an American citizen Donald Trump What would be the worst of worst crimes right Because that's not the role of the CIA Right The role of the CIA is to spy on foreign foreign enemies and not touch anything within the inside but what we saw here was a concerted effort by people within the Central Intelligence Agency and I say I point right at John Brennan who was an open hater of president Trump and willing to launder and James clapper the director of national intelligence who was also directly involved and James Comey and it's pretty I'm not making this stuff up You know it was out there It's public What happened in January when they briefed president Trump on the dodgy dossier that was given to them by a foreign spy that was paid for by Hillary Clinton They went ahead and they leaked that information first they briefed president Trump with the intention of getting that information out to the public So you're 100% right Dan They laundered information It is far worse in my opinion It wasn't just about spying They couldn't find anything on president Trump Had they found something on him They would have put it out there publicly What they did was they made up a lie They used the same techniques they use on the enemy Against the president of these United States
Sara Carter: Durham Report Is Historical, Pointing Back to Clinton
"Like you I was passed a lot of stuff early on And it was difficult and it was very hard to separate the wheat from the chaff Sarah you didn't know and I'll throw it to you here I don't want to ban the rabbit The case was so incredible that it seemed almost like the more hysterical the allegations as Tucker Carlson said the other night the more true they were And you didn't know is this just crazy or what Did they were spying on Trump We have the name of the actual spy We have the azra Turk name We know about halper we know all these names and they're still pretending this thing didn't happen 100% 100% Dan And that's the thing We're looking at this indictment but you're absolutely right Step on helper The office of net assessment the Department of Defense with this office we didn't even have a full investigation yet into this area of the spy operation What happened with general Michael Flynn that wanna look over the Russian remember and all of these things that happened that they know are going to be buried away because it's so difficult for people to keep up with all of this information But what's not difficult is the essential truth And we know what that essential truth is No matter how much Teflon Hillary Clinton thinks she can put between her and the rest of the public or between her and the Department of Justice it all points directly to the clintons It points directly to Hillary Clinton And this is what Durham is saying He's putting history into a report They may not be able to take her to court They may not be able to directly pinpoint the finger at her but everybody around her was involved in an operation to spy on president Trump and worse than that It wasn't just about spying Dan You and I both know this This was a disinformation campaign To destroy and target a president of these United States
Sara Carter: Media Failed to Investigate the Biggest Political Scandal
"Now I'm assuming because I don't know this for a fact I have not been able to verify this 100% That those sources that spoke to me during that time are similar sources that have been talking to John Durham And that they had evidence of that and had collected evidence of that and there was extreme concern during 2017 about that And remember remember this is when admiral Rogers and there was a lot of talk and president Trump came out and said hey I'm being spied on and then just like you just like you said you know the media instead of listening instead of doing its job and investigating especially media with enormous resources like The New York Times like The Washington Post And others Instead of saying man maybe we should look into this They instead took the bait I called them the useful idiot They took the bait that was being fed to them by the Clinton campaign and all of the Clinton supporters within the CIA within the DNI within the FBI and they wrote their stories Instead of investigating probably one of the biggest stories I was considered the biggest story and biggest modern political scandal in U.S. history
Sara Carter: Some Sources Suspected Spying Back in 2019
"And you know there's this small circle of us who followed this case very closely You John Solomon Greg Jarrett you know Jeff Carlson You know I can think of a cash was one of the investigators and forgive me if I'm leaving anyone else not intentional I mean Mark Levin who broke the story originally about the fisa born in many respects into the mainstream But this was new Sarah this allegation here that the Clinton team gained access to DNS or web search data from Trump Tower the Trump residents and possibly the Trump White House We know V White House but possibly the Trump White House did you know anything about this because cash didn't and I didn't which says to me there's a source talking to dorm right now There are sources talking to Dora I'm going to tell you what I've wanted to say for a long time There is there are sources that contended and I going way back to 2019 I had to go through all of my notes and all of the folks that I talked with Dan because as you know we had so much information coming our way and you had to sift through it to make sure was this verified Is this accurate How do you know this I know you did that I know why I did that every time we came forward with something or every time we talked about something we had to verify it through multiple sources Back in 2019 I had been told that there were people within our government people within the NSA and people that were connected to it That had suspicions that there was traffic being monitored coming out of Trump Tower I didn't know about The White House Trump
Sara Haines: 'We Must Have an Even [Supreme] Court' With Another Liberal
"There's sunny Houston woman of the people Living in a huge Manson on several acres Down for the revolution And there's Sarah Haines Who's that Who the hell knows Go ahead Considering the uneven kind of court we have right now It's so important to have an even court right now It must be even What does that mean Who knows Do you have to have an IQ of negative 5 and a half to be on this show I think you do I thank you though Go ahead happening on in a time where we can get another liberal And of course the representation more than anything you pointed out So we can get another liberal on the court you see that's the goal That's all Not to understand the constitution and we just need another It's all about politics It's politics in our science Politics and our doctor's office politics with abortion That's not a life You women you are carrying a baby No you're not carrying another life Why take care of it It's just a choice Just a choice Why eat Well it's just the choice No big deal Go ahead There's only been two black men in Those numbers are How many black men are on the view Mister bid is here Now she doesn't count There are no black men on the view Why is that I mean don't we want it sort of even and even view is to quote the Sarah
"sara" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"And so I end up not saying anything because I'm so afraid of offending someone or saying the wrong thing or not having the right speech with which to discuss a complicated thing. And so like I want to be open and available to learning and at the same time knowing that we learn by making some mistakes unfortunately and which is not to say that there shouldn't be exhaustion with people being like, ketchup already, you know? I feel that in myself with a lot of learning, a lot of unlearning, all of the above. I share all of those anxieties about social media, which is why I basically don't go on Instagram. Yeah, I've thought about it a few times where I'm like, maybe this actually isn't a healthy, it feels like a place to be social, but I'm not so sure it is. I think I'm just like slowly trying to do my own ad campaign. And I'm like, I don't think that's what I want to do. Yeah, between what you described before the sort of comparing yourself to other people's carefully curated images and also just feeling like you need to participate in a dialog, but also fearing that if you do participate, it's going to blow up in your face. A lot of that is really tricky. There is one Instagram account I'm kind of obsessed with, so I actually log into it via the web, the open web. Tony baker is a comedian who does these incredible do you know? Follow him, yeah. Oh, you do. Did you see the voice over? Yes. This is completely irrelevant, but if anybody's looking for a small way to mitigate whatever sadness worry, anything else that's going on for you, Tony baker is an incredible comedian who does these little videos where he voices over animals in a very funny voices. And my wife and I will watch it for extended periods of time. It's really funny. I also think the good news movement is just one of my favorite follows. There's always something lighthearted or something. It's about good news and it's so nice to go on there and yeah, I find that when I'm feeling low I gravitate towards the animal videos and then the good news movement where it's just it's stuff that's gonna make you feel good. It's the best of humanity. Much more of my conversation with Sara Bareilles right after this. I've just started playing a new mobile puzzle game called best fiends. The first time I downloaded it, I spent most of the evening getting into the upper double digit levels, so it's probably safe to say I'm definitely into it. It's super easy for me to just pick up and play a few levels during breaks in my day, and it gets more challenging as you reach new levels, which there are thousands of, so it's also a bit of a brain boosting pick me up..
Fox News Contributor Sara Carter Provides an Update on the Spy Game Illusion Hoax
"All right welcome back to the show for the second time my good friend Sarah Carter Nobody knows more about the spygate collusion hoax than she does Sarah Thanks for taking the time I know you're busy I appreciate it Oh Dan thank you so much for having me on It's my pleasure And it's good to know that at least we have someone out there still digging still uncovering still pushing and I think this is important and that's John Durham you know And I think he's made a lot of progress with this case And I know it's been very quiet but for the most part he's proving everything that we have been discussing and everything that we talked about over the last 5 years Yeah I mean you made Solomon Jared I mean Jeff Carlson you know Jerry dunleavy It's a whole crew of people And Sarah this is the left strategy the left strategies the whole move on dot org thing Drag it out trip trip trip trip drip wait a few years and then wait for the conservatives to say I'm tired Well I'm not tired And I know you're not tired either I want to find out why they spied on Donald Trump and made this story up and exactly what Hillary Clinton's role is And I discussed in the opening hour something I know you know a lot about which is this brookings institution connection here Sarah there had to be a ringleader of this And it appears a lot of this was run out of brookings which strobe talbott and that crew over there Absolutely So here you have this think tank you know for the most part a well respected think tank for the left Brookings institution out of Washington D.C. And all of a sudden all of these names all of these names E Corgan chanko you know don't tell but all of these people are very well connected to Hillary Clinton are coming up in the steel dossier which we know Dan you and I both have discussed this Was the very beginning when we started to uncover it was basically a political hit job that appears to have been orchestrated by the Hillary Clinton campaign And I would say by Hillary Clinton herself And I think this is the direction that John Durham is going in And what he wants to do is he wants to expose slowly but surely all of these players how is he doing it Well he's got Igor danchenko in a knot He's got Michael sussman in a not right now And he has all these indictments against Igor danchenko And I think what he's going to do and what he is doing and it's strategic Is he saying look we're going to bust you on each one of these indictments That could be 5 years each lying to us I mean that's 15 years in prison Here's a guy in his early 40s He doesn't want that He's what he's trying to do is squeeze him so that he turns on the Clinton campaign
Scientist behind UK vaccine says next pandemic may be worse
"One one of of the the scientists scientists behind behind the the oaks oaks with with AstraZeneca AstraZeneca cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine is is warning warning that that the the next next pandemic pandemic may may be be worse worse professor professor Sara Sara Gilbert Gilbert says says unless unless more more money money is is devoted devoted to to research research and and preparations preparations to to find find emerging emerging viral viral threats threats the the next next virus virus attack attack could could be be more more contagious contagious and and lethal lethal in in excerpts excerpts released released ahead ahead of of a a speech speech Gilbert Gilbert says says the the scientific scientific advances advances made made in in fighting fighting deadly deadly diseases diseases must must not not be be lost lost due due to to the the cost cost of of fighting fighting the the current current pandemic pandemic and and she's she's expected expected to to say say could could be be nineteen nineteen is is unlikely unlikely to to be be the the last last time time a a virus virus threatens threatens our our lives lives and and our our livelihoods livelihoods I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month
"sara" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"And he said My grandfather had recently died. And i said yes i i remember. He said in. There's been some struggles. And i need to take some more time off to kinda help. I said okay. He said you know my grandmother had died right before my grandfather and he was just i think he just couldn't keep living without her and i said not. Now 'cause it's too soon. But i want you to google song. Take me with you. By sara hickman. I said and It's too soon now. I said but in a or so. I said you will hear that song and you will have happy tears. I said when my grandmother died and my grandfather would when we left him he would just be at the front porch staring at us as we drove away. Just sad that we were leaving and it would break our hearts that were leaving him alone. And sarah would always do take me with you because it was about her parents and And i'm just missing her and so And i had not thought of that song. Sarah in probably fifteen years but when he told that story i immediately remembered cavanna dreams. And you doing that. Because you knew lyndon irun the audience and linda reaching over and grabbing my hand and So thank you for that memory.
Harris 'View' interview delayed, hosts positive for COVID-19
"The corona virus forced a delay in a nationally televised interview a vice president Kamilla Harris the vice president was about to be interviewed live in studio in New York on ABC's the view the two of you to step out for a second okay two of the host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro left the studio Sara Haines stayed behind and so did joy Behar sunny and Anna both apparently tested positive cold with no matter how hard we try of these things happen both were vaccinated the vice president was sent to a remote location the Sonny and Anna are strong women and I know they're fine it but it really also does speak to the fact that they're vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise it would be concerned about hospitalization for a White House official says the vice president did not have any contact with the two hosts who tested positive I met Donahue
Sara Carter on Spygate: The Swamp Became a Machine Working on Behalf of the Clintons
"It appears to me that the big story here is this from the Friday indictment. The big story appears to be that they flooded the zone. Sarah, this Hillary lawyer Kabbalah. People were sending people everywhere to, uh, that guy Corey to the media to the FBI said Donald Trump collude with the Russians and they were propagating to myths. The Alpha Bank connection. And the PP tape Oaks right, and it doesn't seem that it really got any traction because it appears the FBI knew that these people were working for the Clinton campaign. That is, until Sussman comes in in September. The lawyer and claims otherwise am I am I reading that right? I think you're reading it Absolutely correct. And it's the reason assessment was indicted because he flat out lied to the FBI. He didn't say who he was working for. But see, this is all so convoluted and because you and I covered this I mean, you were covering it just as much shine shine, Solomon and I and, of course, Mark Levin and others who were focused on this. We knew that senior membership of the FBI, the senior leadership positions, Andy McCabe, James Comey, of course, Uh, James Clapper, who was outside the FBI and John Brennan with the CIA. Those people in particular were well aware. Were well aware of what was going on and what was happening the whole time. I believe me, but there was so much cover up for the cover up and you brought up something that was so important on your shelf and unfiltered when we were on together, and this is the fact that the bureaucracy itself The swamp itself just became a machine that was working on behalf of the Clintons and working on behalf of the DNC. They already had everybody in place. They didn't have to worry about holding someone accountable because the only people that could be held accountable was by the DOJ. But if the DOJ was sold out, and we know there were people inside the DOJ that were sold out And who was going to hold them accountable. They could just continue to lie about it and continue to propagate and continue to wag the dog. You know, all of these lies all this disinformation. Uh huh. And nobody would ever Days, the responsibility
Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury
"Stefania. Live update as the show started on tyrod taylor. Yes from our sara barshop who covers the texans and doesn't excellent job. We knew that he was forced out of the game with a left. Hamstring injury Apparently he has is undergoing an mri. He is considered data today with that hamstring So that leaves open the possibility of thursday night although that would be a very quick turnaround david kelly. Saying deshaun watson will not be active for thursday night so we know that for sure as davis meals on thursday night people. The newsradio davis mills will be starting for the panthers further Texans against the panthers on thursday. But i'm glad you said that's define a- matthew davis mistletoe. He looked. He looked like a rookie quarterback yesterday had a couple of throws that i was impressed by and the rap on davis mills for those who didn't follow the draft super closely. This guy at eleven starts during his career at stanford entered stanford though as one of the highest recruited players in the countries of five star the all everything quarterback injuries other veterans cage. Acosta was there for a while at stanford fairly talented guy. But this is a downgrade from tyrod.
Lowest-Paid Workers Hit Hardest by Price Increases
"We're seeing it everywhere. According to the consumer price index that came out today. The price of gas was up two point eight percent in august from july and at the grocery store or paying more for salad dressing and bacon those staples went up four percent and three point three percent last month overall the cpi rose a seasonally adjusted point three percent in august that slower than the half a percentage increase in july. But it's still having a significant impact especially on low wage workers. They're finding that the raises their employers gave them or being eaten up by higher costs joining me now with more. Is wall street. Journal economics reporter. Sara cheney cambon. Hi sarah thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me. Emory so sarah. Let's step back briefly to talk about. How employers who've been reacting to a tight labor market. We've seen many raising wages and benefits and even offering signing bonuses to attract workers so typically all of these steps would mean good conditions for lower wage workers right and we are seeing that so back in the spring a lot of people got vaccinated. A lot of businesses started reopening as states lifted restrictions and companies mainly in leisure and hospitality so think restaurants airports really needed to hire workers. They couldn't find them for multiple reasons very easily and so they started to ramp up. Pay so lower. Wage workers were pretty big beneficiaries of these wage
Should All Adults Get a COVID-19 Booster Shot?
"All adults have a cave boost up on. What will the government sent me thinks. Say with the health secretary Javid saying he was confident. A booster program would start later. This month is something. The joint committee on vaccination and immunisation is grappling with and we tending to scientists to. Give us the answers on friday. The face off dame sara gilbert the scientists who led the team that developed. The oxford vaccine was splashed across the front of the daily telegraph. Saying there shouldn't be a mass booster program. She backs advice to give boosts to vulnerable people. Dame sara gilbert spoke to me on friday. And i also where the people should have a booster. If they're offered one it's a very complicated situation and newspaper. Headlines tried to get of the whole situation encapsulated view words which are going to excite people's interest. That's not actually a good way to be putting across the message here. We need to think about the different people in the population. It's really clear that people would compromised immune systems benefit from having a third dog vaccine. That doesn't mean that that s gunshot apply to everybody and we also need to be thinking about when boosters will be given Because if we give them to everybody very early then we might face a situation of saying the fact that boost does house declined before we actually see a more cases coming in winter season. Which is when we would expect to see cases of ours like this so it's not something that you can put across really in the newspaper headline. It's a lot more complicated than that. What i like to think about though is where we using vaccine doses in the wild and the problem is that we simply don't have enough awesome if we have enough doses to vaccinate everybody in the world with two devices we wouldn't be having to have the discussions about should we use them in one country or another. I'm not so so very complicated because we have to think about which vaccines survivable where they all. The expiry date for them is with us. Particular batch is that we have now whether it's feasible transport them
Influential Educators: Abolitionist Prudence Crandall
"Was born on september third. Eighteen three in rhode island booth of her parents. Pardon and esther were farmers. Imprudence was young. Her family relocated to canterbury connecticut. There prudence studied arithmetic. Latin and science topics not normally taught to girls at the time. But prudence is family was quaker. Quakers believe in equal opportunity for education in eighteen. Thirty one. prudence opened her own private school for girls. The canterbury female boarding school. The school served the wealthiest canterbury families and was a source of great pride in the community. It was ranked as one of the best schools in connecticut with the curriculum that rivaled even the most elite all boys schools but prudence is school was not entirely equal. All of her students were white to encourage prudence to take a more aggressive stance. Prudence is black housekeeper. Marsha davis began strategically leaving copies of the abolitionist newspaper. The liberator in places where she knew prudence would find them. The liberator promoted the need for immediate abolition as opposed to a gradual abolition. That was more commonly supported by the new england. Delete sarah harris who came from a prominent black family in the area was the first to actively approach prudence about integrating school. Sara was eager to continue her own education so that she could become a teacher for other black children and in eighteen thirty. Two prudence enrolled sarah in the canterbury boarding school. The decision was met with outrage white. Parents demanded that prudence expel sarah when she refused. They withdrew their daughters from the school realizing that she'd need to find new sources of tuition. Prudence went to speak with william lloyd garrison. The outspoken white abolitionist publisher of the liberator prudence and william discussed the possibility of converting the canterbury school into a school entirely for black girls. William connected prudence with money of the most prominent black families in new england and in eighteen thirty three the school reopened with a new mission to educate quote young ladies and little misses of color. The class consisted of twenty four students and the curriculum remained identical to that of the original. Can't school
BBC Reporter Leaves Russia After Credentials Withdrawn
"Bbc's moscow correspondent sara. Raynsford was forced to leave russia at the end of august when her visa expired. Russian state media said ver- move was in retaliation for the refusal of the uk to grant visas to russian journalists. Bus raynsford antar. Employers believe she was targeted because of her reporting which even saw her heckled live on tv. By the belarusian president alexander lukashenko and his supporters. I'm pleased to say that. Sarah has made. It's back to london and joins me on the line. Now good afternoon to you and a warm. Welcome to the briefing. Sarah is a good i to tell us in your own words. What exactly happened. You say this is about my visa not being extended but actually before. I even found out about that. I was heading back to russia from belarus a story proposing there and i was stopped at the border and i wasn't allowed through by the russian border guards who said that i've been put on an fsp blacklists and being declared a threat to national security in russia and as such i wouldn't be allowed back into the country which is obviously a pretty shocking kind of ten of affairs. I've been living and working. Russia this time for some seven years and before that on an author the two decades basically the entire vladimir putin's presidency so we told that i was a national security threats inbound mentoring. The country was a pretty major step and something i hadn't really seen coming to you. Were allowed to enter the country but just to basically collect your belongings. Well yeah not took twelve hours of pretty intense and forensic negotiations from the bbc. And as i understand it from the british embassy as well Calls to the kremlin and to the foreign ministry to find out what was going on but we still don't know the obviously doesn't disclose details when it designated security threats We don't really know why this happened near the official line. That i'm getting from the foreign ministry. Is that this is retaliation for a russian journalist who was denied. Leave to remain in the uk but that case was a two years ago and at the time nobody made any fuss tool and in fact when the foreign ministry will questions Live on air by an independent tv channel. About who exactly. There's journalist was what their name was. Even what agency. They worked for performance. You spokeswoman was weaving ducking and diving and wouldn't even name the reporter so it's quite weird case to be considered retaliation for this is obviously the russian government going after the bbc but it also feels pretty personal to
"sara" Discussed on What A Day
"Plain. Stay in place. I think the entire country is in a little bit of a. Shell shock that we're not through this pandemic yet you know. We saw the light at the end of the tunnel with the vaccine and flight attendants. Who were wearing those masks when we go to work. Fourteen and fifteen hour days while we're trying to enforce it with people who are on to our flight with us and it's really frustrating so everyone was looking forward to being in groups of people that are fully vaccinated and we can be safe and we can move on with our lives but i will tell you that flight attendants are very much like. Are you kidding me. We have to keep this up through the end of the year. And i have to go to work and continue to remind these people and then get beat up for that when i am sick and tired of wearing this mask myself all day long and a lot of them are saying well. At least we'll get through the summer and so we won't be sitting there sweating in our masks on the plane. But but it's very difficult and i think that we have to continue to do more to bring down these events of conflict and the more that people are vaccinated. The more that people understand that we're in this together the more that we're pushing back on politicians who were giving people the wrong information the better off. We're going to be in the safer flight. Attendants are going to be the one demand that we have left to make sure that people understand the consequences. If you're not following the rules on our flights is for doj very publicly prosecute some of these bad actors because the minute that people start going to jail and they can face up to twenty years in jail for these actions on our planes. Everyone's going to sober up real fast. And i think that flight attendants are going to be safer and the rest of the traveling public has been going to be safer so we really need. Doj step up on that. Yeah i hope so and just one last question for you if you like me and probably get in have listened to this conversation and are like oh my god. How do i help the next time. I'm on a flight. Like how do. I make sure i am the best possible flyer i could be. What tips do you have for us. What should we be doing. How can we help out what you know. Tell us what we need to do. Absolutely so first and foremost model good behavior so do not come to the airport of the last minute. Give yourself plenty of time so that you're not rushed and you can be a helper and not be adding to all the angst everywhere and then make sure that you have a nonperishable piece of food with you so that if you can't get through those concession lines that are very long because not all the concessions are open. You're you're able to get something to eat. And then just showing kindness to people through the process looking out where where you can be a helper is very helpful because that's gonna lower the stress level of everyone before they even get to the gate. I really hope people were taking notes during that entire section and laminating them for other people. Earning about sending to your friends. Sara nelson the international president of the association of flight attendants. Thank you so much again for all your generous time today. Thank you very much. And i want to say. Thank you to everyone who works and happy labor day. And if you'll be flying out in the next week for the holiday stay safe out there and be.
The History of Credit in Colonial America With Sara Damiano
"Let's first talk spend some time I think the two of us are your paper. Now as an official expert credit. I am merely enthusiast for teaching about credit And ed never ceased to well for one thing at coins williamsburg. I'm reliably informed by people there that the most common question that's asked is. How much is that in. Today's money And people get very confused when they find out. How at least in colonial certainly include. Virginia and i think in clinton new england people had to pay if they were going to use coins which explain why credit so important and An all the wonderful ways to credit is tied taken a nut here that could tight just about literally everything else. Yes it it absolutely is is tied to purchase the every other facet of colonial life. We could argue. And so i think helpful way to think about this. For starters is to imagine what would happen if you lived in colonial. America will save koneohe boston and you went into a shop and you wanted to purchase something and how that might look different than if you went into a shop to buy something today when they just give them coins i would just give them a pounds or shillings or pence or the colonial. They english money. That's an english colony boston. Nyanza massachusetts. i'm loyal to the king. And i'll just give the king's face to while you might but the thing is that they're most people did not have lots of ready money on hand didn't necessarily have cash or coin with them when they went into shops. And that's in part due to a limit in how much money was circulating but also due to structures of payment at the time so for example sailors and soldiers and various other people were paid only after they finished say at a tour of duty and so oftentimes when people went into a shop. They did not have that cash in their pocket to pay for something nor did they have something like a credit card today. Which is a modern institution mediating between two people and so instead personal credit the ability or the willingness of one person to went to another was was central for for making the economy.
Should Ivermectin Be Used to Treat or Stave off Covid-19?
"We're back with a topic which has been requested many many times on twitter via email and the person that's here to talk to us about said topic is reporter sara. Ridden sarah how you fine. How are you. i'm very well. Thank you so the topic that i alluded to is. I've connected so. This is a widely used anti-parasitic drug and has been the center of an awful lot of talk throughout this pandemic about whether or not it might be useful in the treatment of covert nineteen. Now there's an awful lot to dig into here. But first sarah why have people looked towards either. Met in at all in this panic like you said. It's a cheap widely available drug. It's used for larry parasitic infections around the world. In lab experiments it's been shown to have some antiviral properties and so people started looking into whether it might be effective against this disease as well. Can you tell me a little bit. About what evidence that has been up until this point about how effective ivermectin might be. Yeah the evidence has been really conflicting. There have been dozens of studies done on it because there is so much demand in the developing world for something that is cheaper and easier to access than a monoclonal antibody cocktail or even the vaccines which are not widely available throughout much of the world. Right now so lots of researchers have been studying ivermectin and done clinical trials. Those clinical trials have been varying equality though some
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"sara" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"In the music industry silent actually getting to live out now forty one year old woman who like had a career her career in the music industry and and getting to like put on those crazy outfits that i'd never was even i wouldn't even have considered wearing at the time to too much too flashy kinda looked up to but you kind of admire. You thought. It was cool. Obsessive about britney spears. But i was. I always knew that wasn't neat. Yeah i was such a fan but now you got to get to try in the pants. It's really cool. How literally their low riding her just the show you about crack revealing the sti- where they are. I'm proud to say. I don't know but so how does that. Now compare just in the in the wanting to do it and and enjoy the newfound appreciation Are you are you that much more excited. About playing about touring again. Oh my god yes justed. I just did. The i guess what was at least one of the very first live shows back in new york city at the beacon. Theatre had charity event for love rocks new york city a benefit concert that benefits. God's love we deliver yes. I learned a meal delivery service. Yes they do incredible work. Do they do this. Huge concert in it I just the john jovian and gary clark junior. Yola myself emily. King and Cut all kinds of wonderful people brought together n It was like a thousand people in the audience man and why it was amazing. It makes me so excited to get back on them. An audience pets so excited. Yeah i'm glad you mentioned them. God's love we deliver. Yeah people should check out. It's a really great. Yeah meal delivery and it was so needed you know. Obviously during covert was a huge asset to so many people How cool cool you okay i would lightning round and then until episode four. I lose you. Thank you to a truly like. I really appreciate you hang curious. How much of the In the editing. How much of the technical i have to paddle about. It may have to. I think one of the disappointed me. I was really kicking myself after the second one after chapter two because so much bad i spent talking about. Can you believe what happened after that. First time you know and like going on about the fucking studio and like how. It didn't work for me. And as i there was such wasted time. I was talking about how i.
"sara" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I'm gonna goosebumps thinking about what you did in that show where it is impossible to act. You can't act that level of like warmth and purity and having seen it. I just knew you'd be a warm. You'd be effect channel that so effectively without like doing you and it was delivered in such a fucking direct pure wet. You did such justice to that music That's it okay. I gotta stop. I'm gonna. I'm gonna i'm cutting myself I love it. I felt like a really. I mean that was such an unforgettable experience too. I mean it's like the super bowl. Musical theater is that the one showed one shot at this. Everybody's watching. Don't screw up the coolest part about making the show. I'm divide backstage electric You know you have brandon victor dixon. Please nuts astonishing and john legend and they had you know a tremendous amount on their plate and they were both so coolest cucumbers unlike cannot. I'm not allowed to be nervous. I don't know if they were like shaking on the inside but they really presented as being very put together. So i was just like okay i just have to drop in and tell the story and the words the the material is already perfect. So just you know. It doesn't need anything. You really just do that one performance. Yeah i mean we did. I guess there's a dress rehearsal. So i guess it kinda felt like too because there was somewhat of an audience for the dress rehearsal are there wasn't audience for the dress rehearsal. So they could check out audio levels in cameras and how. It's going to work with people in the seats and stuff. Yeah it's just the one the one live performance lauren. How long the rehearsal process. Like how long have we had two weeks old ink. And i only did. I did more days than i did. Because i was still in waitress. And so i was missing the first Handful of days of hersal but We had just an awesome. The company was so wonderful. The band was incredible. And and david lebeau director the so great in the room. It was a very warm safe space to tell this very tender story obviously did felt that it seems like makes final image with the cross. All i mean you see me on the on the footage that i'm actually crying home moving. Yeah really oh that's right because again you're you're only seeing your see really for the first time all done to get. Wow oh yeah. And i put the lights and the and then you know. John's voice. But i mean obviously story itself but yeah really moving. Oh so it's interesting to think about just that one performances in that sense it might be. There's some kind of lends itself to really fully investing in like immersing. You can really be you. Don't have time to like try. Shit out.
"sara" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"And i was so disappointed in my Inability to like not. Call him back. Or i actually. I felt like there was this gravitational pull towards this person no matter what i was saying to myself internally and all my like soap righteous shamanists views. I'm still gonna fucking drive over there right in just a miserable i could. It was like a drug but everyone talks in those terms. That's the beauty of your music music. In general i think ain't gives language totally a universal truth and i think that That early song was a was one of the first times that i could see that the more i could be willing to share my deepest vulnerabilities the more there was like connected tissue with an audience. Which made me feel less alone. Which made them feel less alone. Which all of that was just like positive reinforcement. I'm like i feel better. You feel better. This is all just did news. So i started being more and more kind of confessional in my songwriting and i think that that has continued. Your shows feel that way. Like they're in the best way in like a really lovely way they feel like everybody's kind of feeling these things together feel southern about people with those two categories of people. There's wet people in their stripe on the person crying all the time and so i don't necessarily cry on stage that often but i i have be feelings and music has been a literal lifesaver for me because it gives me a place to process these really big uncomfortable feelings. Well i felt that in when you played a mary. I mean i felt that in jesus christ superstar about to. I think it was like a weirdly. Good time for us to end on chapter two. When i was on the verge of Really getting into it and probably embarrassing myself. But but i it makes sense that you have that you say that about yourself. You have those feelings. It makes sense. When i consider how much you made me feel and still whenever i listened to that sound that soundtrack but seeing it was like was that something that you was that strange to connect to somebody else's writing somebody else's words or was it just such a powerful story that was like i'm in a you know as interesting because it came right on the heels of one of the runs. I did in in waitress. So i think waitress. Was this really sort of beautiful bridge towards telling someone else's story but it was still in my voice in some way I mean in the. I wrote assuming for night but then i got to take on the role of jenna and kind of tell this story that i didn't write and the these songs that i did right but i was trying to interpret someone else's work you know so I think it was an interesting bridge into then. Going into juice. Chris superstar and there was such care in that production. I mean the the material is so fucking genius. They were in the like in their early twenties when they wrote us. It is on. It is unbelievable. Do.
"sara" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"You're very funny. You seem very carefree. When you perform. I get you know that is one of the places where i probably am the most comfortable i love being on stage and i. I think there really is a lot of merit to that. Ten thousand hours thing where it's like. I really have spent so many many many hours on stage in front of an audience. That's at this point of very familiar and like beloved cease via dr bernard. It seems that what what does throw you them. I mean what's in the rare occasion that you're thrown a wobbly get wildly. They're just that not have. I think you know public. Speaking is like a deep fair deeply senior mine and i think an whenever i tell people it's like like i'll be using the actual people and just really. It's like as soon as i'm supposed to speak about. Anything with authority is the only thing i'm good at is making stupid. Jokes like interstitial monologues. I my god Outside the music. I relate to that so much i yeah i i can get up and do bits and i have a narrow window like a comfort. Window bite on your. That's what it is. it's funny. I've never really been able to articulate. It's anything with authority outside. That narrow window is terrifying tottering and it could be something that i feel very passionate about very knowledgeable on the cameras going. Or if i'm like. God forbid i have like actually talk to an audience and i have so much admiration for you. Know people as i've over the last handful of years kind of embrace more like activism work and advocacy work. It's a space. I really wanted good at. I studied him like mice. Head sir sweating at i. He's no. I know it's so odd i know i was. I got to introduce..
"sara" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
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"sara" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"There are a bunch of taboo words growing up in our family. Fuck naughty words. Naughty more than taboo. I would say naughty worse than taboo. I think so isn't taboo. Naughty naughty such a cutesy way of saint taboo right. I think taboos cutesy oh you do. Who sounds cuter but naughty is not always associated naughty would like sexual maybe maybe maybe. Should we start this again. Well speaking of things. We shouldn't say to people publicly. The number one was using the name of jesus christ as an expression of frustration as anything other than just saying the name of the person. Jesus christ it is one of the ten commandments and we grow very catholic and one of the commandments was thou shalt not take the lord's name in vain so in vain would be like just not with respect. Exactly like if you stub your toe. And you said jesus christ. Mom's view is triggered. Yes i say a lot. You know what i say. A lot is an expression a because it was probably taboo but really because it was said michael j. fox said it. I'm blaming him. But in the future there's an tries to pick up doctors back in time comes back in the future and the glory and the and the driver's what is it called the Driver's license license. Homeboy gotta eat the license plate is like scalding. And he goes to pick it up and he goes. Jesus christ knock incinerated einstein pointers mom. If you're listening just know that we're going to be saying that. It named jesus christ but not as an ignore the times in this episode. So let.
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"My looks great. Thank you find all really good. What what is this makeup on my face. You're wondering find out in my amazon shop. And i've got kids stuff that i recommend. They're all the stuff that i like using enjoy etc Follow me on twitter instagram. At alison roseanne. I think all my things awesome feel like that is tony. What about you two hundred matt. Tony facts in my podcast. Bizarre albums. Every tuesday and podcast. Thank you and then Yeah also say the new justin pierre solo ep. I played drums on that. He's the lead singer pushing city soundtrack. That is out now wherever you get music and a but hey get get sarah's record that's where it's at. You're gonna love sarah's record. Yeah tony's good too but it's no you don't know peppery last-second i'm throwing a hey go fuck yourself to sarah because anytime i know and this is out of love. This is what i mean with love. Because anytime i have gone to with be at the family hour or whatever it just it makes me want to stop even trying to play music because i than you've ever said to me and you said a lot of rotten things you've got to play. You gotta play the drop. Oh yes oh. Yeah so sara. Watkins i say with love he he why are they. Bring me so much joy. Why does it story to watch someone. Tell someone else to go. Fuck themselves but i. It's nice reason it's the way to do it. A trying to be negative. You know genuinely mean it it. Sarah well this has been a real pleasure. Thank you guys so much really appreciate it. Thank you so much for coming on listeners. Thank you for listening you matter. I love you buy show we got to rosie view spread..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Right where does your just mere everyone. I walked down the street on the sidewalk. And i like to given idea where i am. What's around me. And then i closed my eyes and try to walk as long as i can without running into things. I love that. I have done stuff like that it so when i do it. I'm like this is very responsible and almost dangerous. Why am i doing this. Yeah it is. I used to do it on. I would be like jogging on a treadmill. And i've talked at length about how i don't jog and i don't run but whenever i'm going to treadmill which is not i haven't been on one longtime but i do try but i used to like to and i was listening to a disc man. That's long turn my music up really loud and then close my eyes while running and that always felt dangerous. Because you know whoa. That's bolt yeah. I feel like what you're doing is bowl to. We're we're bold. Were sisters in boldness to bold broad. Right tony do you ever do this. I can't say that i've ever even considered doing that. It's not a thought that's ever entered my mind. They've a little tony. I know i'm. I'm impressed but yeah i think i'm i think i'm too much of a wuss to do that. Do you close your eyes when you're playing drums like here and there. I'm sure it happens. I'm not even positive about that. Probably because you go into into a fiona apple like trance exactly. They called me. The mail fiona apple. I think that. I have a tony just mere everyone in here. Let me find it. listeners. If you'd like to send in your just mere everyone's tweet them to at air i y n bf stanford house in your best friend and use the hashtag j. m. o. e. Okay this is from tony. There are about seven hundred movies. I'd like to watch. But i need to not watch them alone and i'm not a talk through movies person but for some reason i need another person around to focus. Anyone had this issue. I don't really know.
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"So back to sara. I am wondering so you're eight years old. You're playing in nickel creek. A did you do you. You feel like you had a normal childhood or was that like were you like a child star. Neither i definitely didn't have a normal childhood because also because i was home schooled from seventh grade and on these days i feel like what is normal but When i was growing definitely there were some things that let me know that you know i was into my friends weren't into it was honestly to me. I felt like. I grew up in two different worlds for a while until when i was in school. That's what i felt like when i started home. Schooling it all kind of worked together. But i was willing to private school through sixth grade and i did not do well in private school. I just felt like i don't know i. I felt like. I didn't have many friends i was like. I was the kid who and hang out with the teachers at recess literally. Helping them with chalkboard i i didn't i just i didn't make sense at school. And when i went to festivals though on the weekends or when i went to the pizza parlor where the blue fan played i had tons of friends. They were just all seventy years old. But i loved it and i felt that i was so happy and sell you know. I've genuinely felt like they were my friends. And then we go to bluegrass festivals. I met a bunch of other kids. Who did this kind of stuff. A lot of them are my friends to this day and instill playing fiddle camps and it was awesome. I loved my childhood things that i learned through being in a band as a kid Such as a teamwork and Humility because there. I was definitely not the star of that band. Like in terms of Of of the chris christie in the ban is is outrageous musician and for the last time. I thought he was just like normal and i was subpar. But he's actually like extraordinary and an extraordinary. Yeah he's got a macarthur grant this deal. I know i know you're saying but it's i think like as a kid..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Hey everyone hi hello. Welcome to another episode of alice. Greg what are you doing here. Hey what do you mean what alison. Where'd you come from brag. I came from the world of childish. And i just wanna make sure that your listeners know that year just is wonderful. On the on the podcast. What if they don't have kids donate donate a lot of our listeners. Actually tell us they don't have kids. We talk about sex. We talk about all sorts of dirty stuff but also parenting. Yeah so the checkout childish new episodes every wednesday wherever you listen to podcasts best. Hey everyone hi hello. Welcome to another. Episode of our rosen is unique best friend. I am overjoyed about my guest today. Whom you will meet in just a few moments but just to So you don't die of suspense. It's grammy award winning. And i'm sure other award winning musician sara watkins But first tony saxton my producer. Hello this is now two weeks in a row where you have been present on the monday show. Just like in the old days the old in-person pre pandemic days. How does it feel feels good. It's been fun to you. Know get back in the groove. And as i said last week hopefully you know. I'm sure we're i know we're still a little ways away from in person but You know hopefully that's getting closer and closer. I feel like it. I feel like it'll be a matter of months if not like a month or two. Yeah i hope my whole studio situation is set up for zoom and also my pant situation is set up presume. So there's going to be a reconfiguring tony. Have you felt left out of these shows. 'cause i never wanted to hurt you. It didn't hurt me. I you know. I have missed them. I'll be honest. I missed them. But i understand why i wasn't on most of them. It's just this whole zoom. Thing is just i still find it kind of uncomfortable and awkward. Honestly i haven't gotten used zoom a year in. Yes i feel like. I feel.
"sara" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"Here. She is sarah haptic sara. Thank you so much for joining us for the sarah sequel back. I'm so excited yes You actually were one of our first episodes for season one and yeah that that was way back when when we were actually able to meet in person and things like that before the pandemic so and the library. I remember sitting in a room with you without mask. At the time we can. We can be near each other and it was wonderful. Yes it was. It was wonderful and i remember after thinking. Oh my gosh. That was so great we need to have a sequel and as you know We were busy people. And so finally we are fitting in a sarah sequel but.