35 Burst results for "Sari"

Al-Zawahri's path went from Cairo clinic to top of al-Qaida

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Al-Zawahri's path went from Cairo clinic to top of al-Qaida

"Rumors persist of unease in the Taliban ranks particularly between the powerful group known as the Haqqani network which apparently sheltered amun Al Sari and other Taliban figures One Pakistani intelligence official who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press as he isn't authorized to speak publicly to reporters says that the killing of Al zawahiri has raised many questions Had taken over as Al-Qaeda's leader after Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan in 2011 in an operation by the navy seals the official ads the Taliban were aware of his presence in Kabul And if they were not aware of it they needed to explain their position I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Watch Live: Biden speaks after al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri killed in airstrike

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Watch Live: Biden speaks after al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri killed in airstrike

"An AP source says a U.S. strike in Afghanistan killed top Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al zawahiri A source tells The Associated Press top Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al zawahiri was killed over the weekend in a U.S. Military strike in Afghanistan No other details were immediately available but The White House announced president Joe Biden would address the nation Monday night Al zawari was thought to have succeeded Osama bin Laden as Al-Qaeda's leader at his retirement news conference in June 2011 defense secretary Robert Gates said bin Laden had an advantage over Al Sari He had a peculiar charisma that

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Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:47 min | 10 months ago

Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory

"This before, but I have to do it again for the record across all of the stations, the 300 stations we broadcast to the millions of listers and viewers because it really, to this day I find it shocking James that you really, and I did this in my second book. You can really map the thinkers of the new left. You can map the individuals who came up with these dastardly ideas. They have names. They have schools. They have institutions that they penetrated. So let's start with the basics. Who peopled the Frankfurt school and what did they believe in? So give us some of the big names and what they thought of western civilization. Okay, so the Frankfurt school for the listeners who don't know is that the institute for social research that was set up at guard to university in Frankfurt, Germany. That's why it's called the Frankfurt school. Its original name was the institute for Marxism, but its financiers like Felix veal thought that that was a little bit too on the nose. And so they changed the name to the institute for social research. The kind of big players at the time would have included in the formative years before it actually came together. And he went to prison. Antonio gramsci, the Italian Marxist who basically outlined the idea of the long march to the institutions as it later got named, but he was only kind of tangential. The other big names that have been Gustav von schmoller, for example, and George Lucas laying the architecture, working with max horkheimer, who became one of the most significant directors in the late 1920s through the 1940s, Theodor adorno, Herbert marcuse, these are major influential names and figures in 20th century Marxism. And their goal was to reinvent Marxism to take over the western context rather than peasant societies like Russia and China. Because and correct me if I'm getting this wrong, but people like gramsci and others saw this success of Marxist ideology in very backward third world nations very agrarian post feudalistic ones like China in 48 and saris thrasher in 17, but they saw an incapacity of Marx's amox marxian ideas to gain traction in well developed a first world nations with a strong judeo Christian basis. So their idea was, there isn't going to be a class consciousness suddenly erupting in a revolution, therefore we have to subvert existing institutions from the outside. Is

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"sari" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Paste dual with those who ends up finishing second top till then. Boss. She's just emptied and she's won on heavy before, so it was quite disappointing. Stairs hurdle and the mayor's hurdle or options for her look as a stormy island backer and fan. There's a power to me going. Yes. There's another part of me going. That's not nice. But look, she's fine. But that's not a great preparation. And if she goes and wins at cheltenham. I kind of feel as though my sister Sarah went over there. When an argument was taken on as a cider to give, I mean, she's finished second in a race where she's picked up some black type. So there's nothing wrong with it. But it was to give the William on his team an idea of just how strong is the mayor's division in the UK? And I think stormy Ireland is going to take all the basic in the mayor's hurdles. So, but she was the worst. I was most afraid of. And yeah, not an ideal preparation for it all, so you need to be careful as you proceed with caution with Molly always, which is whether it's the stairs or the mayor's article because that's not the kind of preparation that you want, but fantastic for good old stone. He won't go to Sheldon. He will go to entry for the Liverpool hurdle. So what a fantastic performance. And well done to the team. Last race we're going to look at is blu Sari hammering a grand party just by the 13 links with 24 links back to Siberian prince for Noel mead. Blue Sari was a very talented horse last season. Almost certain.

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"sari" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Paste dual with those who ends up finishing second top till then. Boss. She's just emptied and she's won on heavy before, so it was quite disappointing. Stairs hurdle and the mayor's hurdle or options for her look as a stormy island backer and fan. There's a power to me going. Yes. There's another part of me going. That's not nice. But look, she's fine. But that's not a great preparation. And if she goes and wins at cheltenham. I kind of feel as though my sister Sarah went over there. When an argument was taken on as a cider to give, I mean, she's finished second in a race where she's picked up some black type. So there's nothing wrong with it. But it was to give the William on his team an idea of just how strong is the mayor's division in the UK? And I think stormy Ireland is going to take all the basic in the mayor's hurdles. So, but she was the worst. I was most afraid of. And yeah, not an ideal preparation for it all, so you need to be careful as you proceed with caution with Molly always, which is whether it's the stairs or the mayor's article because that's not the kind of preparation that you want, but fantastic for good old stone. He won't go to Sheldon. He will go to entry for the Liverpool hurdle. So what a fantastic performance. And well done to the team. Last race we're going to look at is blu Sari hammering a grand party just by the 13 links with 24 links back to Siberian prince for Noel mead. Blue Sari was a very talented horse last season. Almost certain.

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Taliban name deputy ministers, double down on all-male team

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban name deputy ministers, double down on all-male team

"Afghanistan's Taliban is named more deputy minister is doubling down on an old male team Taliban officials have expanded in troop cabinet list by naming more male ministers are failing to appoint any women therefore making more pronounced a hog line calls despite the international outcry that followed the initial presentation of all male line up early this month spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid heat has defended the latest additions to the captain as saying it includes members of ethnic minorities such as the house saris and that women might be added later I'm Charles de Ledesma

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France Says Head of Islamic State in Sahara Has Been Killed

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

France Says Head of Islamic State in Sahara Has Been Killed

"Hi Mike Rossi of reporting Francis says the head of Islamic state and so Hera has been killed French president Emmanuel Muckross death of Islamic state in the greater say Herras leader late Wednesday in a tweet a drone called at non due out while the the al saris killing a major success for the French military French forces have been fighting extremists in the Sahel for more than eight years France was once the colonial power in the region rumors of ulcer always death had circulated for weeks without confirmation also while we claimed responsibility for a twenty seventeen attack in NY share and which for U. S. military personnel and for people with these errors military were killed hi Mike Rossio

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Conservatives Need To Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Conservatives Need To Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates

"Let's talk to jeff from plymouth michigan. I'm reading this correctly. His son plays college hockey in their mandating. The vaccine jeff you there. Yes i charlie. Did i get that my you did. plays college hockey vantage mandated may vaccine with religious and medical exemption consideration. Road zone letter got denied. We have a meeting with the dean tomorrow. Just kind of wondering if you had any thoughts. And i have a letter from a priest you know religious conviction conscience etcetera etcetera Just kind of wondering any other thoughts or ideas about how to To twist the arm so to speak about For providing for an exemption for what school. I'm just curious. Lawrence tech lawrence tech and that is of course in in michigan app saris lawrence technological university's about a four or five thousand students private university in southfield michigan. Let me ask you. Your son plays hockey. Has he's played hockey his whole life. This means a lot to him right. So this is basically yes to make a decision to take a specific piece of medicine or forsake. His dreams that am. I understanding that correctly. That is correct these yup and he's already decided he's not taking the vaccine. He'll give up hockey's because he's not taking the vaccines for for a number of and it's not the lisa which is appeased feces and knees. Bend the pro life. March may times in dc spend standing in front of abortion no with us for twelve years etcetera etcetera. So no way. He's getting the vaccine buddy shirts. But at the same time heartbreaking that he has to give up his you know sports and play fighters old well. And so i. I just wanna say while you're still in the line here jeff that you should be praising your son for his courage and his moral conviction the lord will bless him for that and there will be another place for in the play. Hockey will will help find him one if we have to. I know thousands of college athletes. That are in the same position there. I'm happy to offline. give you some piece of advice. So if you just email me freedom. At charlie kirk dot com. I'm going to connect you with someone who has actually helped navigate this. Unfortunately you don't have a lot of legal recourse here conservatives. Need to stand up for people. Like jeff and his son and say that this is an overreach of power we as conservatives like limited government because we want people to be a live with their own natural rights

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"sari" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"How about backlash from parents or the community even about helping kids find their social and political voices. So i am fortunate because i work in a pretty liberal city new york city also my high school the high school for environmental studies so it attracts definitely a liberal population of kids because they're integrating climate change warriors and their into social justice. So i will say that. I am privileged to be at a school where it is so gay and queer friendly. If student comes in and says. I know my name is a female name on paper. But i want to be identified as smell name. No-one balks at it. In fact the administrators changed their email address in a second. I'm so lucky to be in a school like that. Now when i talk to colleagues across the country they're not as fortunate and so that's where i can't really give advice on what to do except for i believe if you're going to get into education you need to be wanting to support every young person regardless if they fit into the mold or not the school environment so you might have to do it in more subtle ways to support them but i do believe there's always ways to support young people even if like explicitly. You can't put it on your instagram and twitter. You were supposed to start your teaching career on nine eleven and we're coming up on the twentieth. Can you believe the twentieth anniversary of that day. Tell us about that day for you and how really a changed education. It did change education at changed the world. So i was supposed to wake up and go to laguardia. Performing are tie slow. Start my first day. As a student teacher i changed. I worked in entertainment. And i shifted gears at i enrolled in grad school and here i was probably had like a freshly pressed outfit ready to go since then ironed. Your clothes still thousands you probably wear pantyhose ever did but i do love a great pair of pantyhose style. Full circle again in my twenties. I was like h o pantyhose love but that i was too cold for that but i do remember having cute outfits setup i probably heels that were uncomfortable because i want to make a first impression and instead i used to wake up to the z morning zoo because they were so an i know offense not gonna got me out of bed and they were talking about something about the world trade center and plane and i thought wow. That's really dark humor. That's actually too far. But i pressed snooze anyway because that's how i am. Press news if anyone wants to know too much benchley got up and then let's say at and start my first day and instead my apartment which was in midtown manhattan became.

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"sari" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Let's just take trump out of the equation. Because clearly he messaged it wrong. But i feel like once biden got into office. There was a moment where he could have chosen to say. You know what this thing's not going away. It doesn't matter if you're vaccinated. You're all going to get vaccinated. We're gonna make this available to everybody. It's going to be free the closest center that you can go. It will be five miles from your house all the same things but instead of saying we need to get vaccinated to eradicate this just saying we're gonna live with this for a while so we all have to make compromises. We all have to take care of each other. We all have to figure this out because now what it looks like is that the vaccine doesn't work and then the argument becomes well. What's the point. You still get kobe. I agree with you came from a place of like once you get vaccinated this horror stories over which was never going to be the case. Unfortunately i think if we would have been honest about that right from the beginning. Maybe we would be in a different place than we're at right now. Do you think new york schools. Do you think your school is doing enough to protect you to protect kids. I think they're doing as much as they can. A situation where. It's not up to them to do anymore at this point right so i think they're going to do their best to socially distance in the classrooms and have those type of filters installed and have a very strong assertive mask policy with repercussions. If you don't wear a mask we are working on a campaign to get teachers and students in school staff to make these. I did want to check talk video. About why i got vaccinated to make cool. I don't know if i make it seem cool but to get some of the cool kids to do. Make everything seem paul banks. I'm obsessed with. Jake talks and i'm not very good at it and that's kind of the joke of my students so i did that kind of to show them like i can be foolish best. Why don't you guys do it. The goal is suggest my school make it very clear that we are pro vaccine. We are standing strongly behind that you need to wear mask. And i think the one thing we're learning i've always felt like if i did xyz. I can control what goes on in my life. And that's cute right. But i think this pandemic really has forced us to realize that we can do everything right and we still can't control things so i'm just trying to manage my anxiety around it now because the last thing i want to do is to go into the classroom and bring that anxiety to that so if i students are listening i am anxious but when i santa classroom i'm gonna ask cool and calm and just try to make it the best learning experience if they can have this year. What are you hearing from your colleagues. In places like florida and texas where the state governments are literally preventing solutions like mask mandates for school students. Here in florida are heading back to school but also in georgia in arizona. These students well. They're going be entering classrooms at a time in which their governors have banned school districts from requiring their classmates from wearing masks. What we're seeing. Is that school districts for the first time are now beginning to try to directly. Challenge those governors orders. I'm in several groups. And as you know. I host this. Pbs newshour extra educator serious with teachers all around the country and the reason why maybe i feel more fortunate. Even though i am scared to go back is that. I'm comparing myself to my colleagues in this profession. Who are already back. A lot of them are too scared to speak up on twitter. That's why i'm always tweeting about it. Because i'll get a message privately from someone and then i think okay. I don't have the hugest platform. But i have a big enough one. That people will see it. Also i don't live in a place where i fear retribution or job loss or parents coming after me but what i'm hearing is that they're terrified. One teacher took a photo of before the students were coming. There's usually staff professional development. They were doing activity. Not wearing masks holding hands all on top of each other because in a lot of these parts of america they're still acting as if this doesn't exist and they are gas lighting and bullying teachers school staff members students and their parents if they otherwise and it's outrageous and i wish there was more that can be done. I know that we have federalism a history and civics teacher. So there's just so much you can do on the federal level to get these states to comply with the science. But i just wish we could be doing more because it's almost like watching a car crash in slow motion and still knowing. You can't stop it but again i also feel like this is a situation where we fucked up the messaging because i think in the beginning we said it's not impacting young people. It's not you you kids. We did not say what we should of said. Was you know what this strain right now. Seems to but that does not mean that the next variant is not going to impact children's so we gotta keep those kids safe so a lot of these states are still going on that old information that kids are fine. Even hospitals or filling up as there are a limited number of pediatric. Icu beds and that's.

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"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Forty-five pod that's five pm on monday in dc. The location will be given to all patrons of that show but we are going to break that whole hundred ten page thing down. It's amazing data and become a patron if you're in the dc. Aaron you can make this do it. Just go to this recording. Are you kidding me. I would all righty. And amid a justice department investigation into alleged sex crimes and related house. Ethics probe beleaguered congressman. I don't know who uses that word or why but we're gonna use it here. Rep matt gaetz appears to have committed at least one much smaller but more straightforward federal violation his failure to disclose how much money he made from a book epic last september. Now i know this seems like a stupid story. Because he's a stupid man when the daily beast inquired about the mission last week a gate spokesperson said the office needed quote additional documentation from the publisher and was in process of receiving that information and amending the congressman's financial disclosure. And i'm sure they were sure. Enough amended financial. Disclosure was filed three days after the daily beast reached out asking about the undisclosed book income. Yes gauges book which is called firebrand went on presale last august and hit bookshelves and online stores in september now after last year's financial disclosure deadline that was after the deadline. The new amended disclosure. Clayton's that the beleaguered stop it. Who's ever writing this stuff. Ed the beleaguered. Florida conservative earned. Exactly twenty five thousand dollars from book sales last year. Now after giving thirty percent of his personal habits to his agent sir. Sergio gore former staffer for senator rand. Paul who also officiated in dj and gates's surprise wedding last weekend this guy.

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"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"So we should just say it's already awesome. Yeah well that's not awesome. They shouldn't have gone. They took seats from people who are trying to be evacuated. And you know like you said it. They had to give them security which took away from the evacuation effort. Like fucking don't do it But let's shift here. Because i have a double dose of schadenfreude a free today all right first up. I tried to shorten this dana. But i couldn't remember the sanctions hearing in michelle. Yes this on. Sydney pal lynnwood klein hendler holler and the rest of the crack and attorneys for their bullshit election lawsuit in detroit right. Well the judge is back with a decision quote. I'm just gonna read you the intro here. This one hundred ten pages remember. This is just the first two paragraphs quote the lawsuit represents a historic and profound abuse of the judicial process. It is one thing to take on the charge of vindicating rights associated with an allegedly fraudulent election. It's another to take on the charge of deceiving of federal court. And the american people into believing that rights were infringed without regard to whether any laws or rights were in fact violated. That is what happened here. Individuals may have a right within certain bounds to disseminate allegations of fraud. Unsupported by law fact in the public sphere but attorneys cannot exploit their privilege and access to the judicial process to do the same and went. An attorney has done so sanctions are in order. Yeah so now. We do what i always do. When i get a court filing i scroll all the way to the end. Yes and she says in summary. The court concludes that the plaintiff's counsel filed this lawsuit in bad faith and for improper purpose further. They presented pleadings that one. We're not warranted by existing law or by non frivolous argument for the extending modifying or reversing existing law or establishing new law. And to contain factual contentions lacking evidentiary support or likely to have evidentiary support. Finally by failing to voluntarily dismissed the lawsuit on the plaintiff's counsel acknowledged it would be moot and thereby necessitating the filing of motions to dismiss plaintiff's attorney's unreasonably and vexatious multiplied the proceedings for these reasons and not for any conduct that occurred on appeal. The court holds that sanctions against the plaintiff's council are warranted under rule. Eleven and nineteen twenty seven section nineteen twenty seven and the courts inherent authority further. This lawsuit should have never been filed the state defendants in intervene defendants should never have had to defend it. If plaintiffs attorneys are not ordered to reimburse states defendants in the city for the reasonable fees and costs incurred to defend this action. Council will not be deterred from continuing to abuse the judicial system to publicize their narrative. Moreover this court has found the plaintiff's council initiated this litigation for an improper purpose rendering this the unusual circumstance in which awarding attorney's fees is warranted. So they have to given the deficiencies in the pleadings which claimed violations of michigan election law without a thorough understanding of what the law requires and the number of failed election challenge lawsuits that plaintiffs attorneys have filed. The court concludes that the sanctions imposed should include mandatory continuing legal education in the subjects of pleading standards and election law school. Lastly the conduct of the plaintiff's counsel which also constituted a violation of the michigan rules of professional conduct see for example M rpc three point one and three point three that calls into question their fitness to practice law this warranty referral for investigation possible suspension or disbar to the appropriate disciplinary authority for every state bar in federal court in which attorney is admitted and i guarantee each attorney had to look up. What the fuck. Mr three point one and three point three worse. Yeah so they have to go to school. They have to pay money. They are sanctioned. They have to pay attorney's fees and now they're being all of them are being referred for suspension or disbarments sydney pal in texas lynnwood georgia. Emily newman in virginia julia holler in the district of columbia maryland. New york and new jersey brandon. Johnson in dc new york..

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"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Let's hit the notes hot notes lead. Story's hard to pick today dana. I can see why. There's so much. But i'm gonna go with. We'll start with the select committee on the insurrection. The you know. They're investigating the insurrection on wednesday. They sent a flurry of requests to federal agencies for records related to the attack including communications from the white house. This is the panels first step to see documents on how the united states government handled the chaos of the siege on the legislature. Set up by house. Democrats with two anti-trump gop members. Which i don't think you have to say that they're just republicans. The select committee is escalating. Its investigation even as the chamber breaks for a month long recess. The committee chaired. By as we know benny thompson plans to seek executive branch records related to the attack in and it's run-up including communications within among the white house and executive branch agencies on and before january six. This records request is huge. I'll go over a couple of things here. They're seeking records relating to attempts to place politically loyal personnel positions across the government after the election. The planning the organization in response to january sixth in earlier and attempts to overturn the rule of law and overturned the two thousand twenty election one segment of the requests notably seeks documents and communications related to the mental stability of donald trump or his fitness for office member that whole twenty fifth amendment thing. Oh absolutely it's requests. Went to the national archives and records administration the justice department department of defense department of homeland security department of the interior the fbi and the office of the director of national intelligence thompson. Gave the agency's. Ah two week deadline to respond. He's not fucking around. The broad range of this request could make it difficult for them to do so in time. But i don't care. The committee asked the national archives for all documents communications within the white house involving host of trump denizens including picks former national security adviser. Robert o'brien trump advisor. Pete navarro kaley mcenaney kennedy mackin. And i'm a god steve bannon mike. Flynn malania trump. All trump's adult children except for tiffany. She's off the hook and makes me laugh. Left out of every family reunion. kimberly guilfoil. The best is yet to come. Rudy giuliani and roger stone quote. I think it is unlikely to house committee which hunt is going to find any documents or evidence that the fbi couldn't find. Roger stone told politico. I say again. Any claim implication insinuation or assertion. That either knew about or had anything to do with the events of january six even though i stayed at a hotel and hired a bunch of boys to guard me is categorically false. There's no evidence to the contrary. Accept all the evidence that is to the contrary. Yes i did. Add few things into his statement in its request to the pentagon the panel specifically asked for all documents communications concerning possible attempts by trump to remain in office after january twentieth. Twenty twenty one. They also asked for communications about martial law the insurrection act and the use of military personnel. During last year's election it also sought communications to from an about cash patel. That is the former nunez aide who ascended through the trump administration's national security ranks and then ended up serving as the acting. Defense secretary's chief of fucking staff the patel requests touches on civil unrest violence or attacks at the us capitol challenging overturning or questioning the validity of the election or the counting of the electoral vote on january sixth It also seeks communications between the defense department and trump on january fifth and january. Sixth as well as communications about the twenty fifth amendment. Hey so that has to do with all the chris miller stuff and why the national guard didn't go out on time for department of homeland security. They requested materials relating to instructions to stop or delay preparations for the transmission or the transition of administrations. The committee also ask for materials related to dhs's monitoring of social media and the ousting of chris crabs who ran the department cybersecurity agency until trump fired him for defending the integrity of the election panel also sent abroad request to deny seeking communications relating to actual or attempted conversations between any oh dna official and any white house official on january fifth and january. Six twenty twenty one a request to the interior seeks all documents communications relating to national park service permits and permit applications for events in washington. Dc relating to the two thousand twenty election. I'm sorry jeep is point. It's like we're requesting all documents that have ever been documented to give you anything that has writing on it. And there's a piece of paper or that has prints on it in a piece of paper. We're requesting it yet. And this is all this stuff for the interior between election. Day and inauguration day. That's that whole that's not just the fifth and six november december january the p- the permitting process for the rally held outside the white house. On january six has drawn scrutiny because of the ties between trump campaign a campaign officials in the end. You know the event it also asked for documents. Communications related to conversations between any department of the interior official and president trump or any white house official january fifth or sixth relating to the january fifth. Rally the january sixth rally or january sixth attack on the capital. The park police came under attack during the insurrection. As well as the washington monument They requested wine region records from the department of justice related to trump's attempts to force the department to intervene in the election. Then vice president. Mike pence's role in presiding over the election certification and any discussion again of the twenty-fifth amendment and the department's response to january six. They're really driving home. This twentieth amendment thing in particular asking for records on any potential or actual changes in senior personnel in the period between the election and inauguration day and investigations voter fraud all documents and communications involving mark meadows. Kurt olson rudy. Giuliani sydney powell agenda. Ls joseph degen uva and victoria toensing. Both of my fantasy indictment draft and communications between any department of justice official and president trump or any other white house official on january fifth and sixth now from what they want from. The fbi is their preparation for the attack and intelligence gathering and communications with the trump white house and it also is asking for records related to election investigations communications with individuals including rudy sydney pal and supporters of trump to push to overturn the election. And if you're wondering what that noise is in the distance it's the sound of a thousand paper shredders. Fortunately all these agencies now are you know. They're biden agencies. The paper shredder sounds would have happened before january twentieth. My god we'll be fbi. I don't know it like to think that's claim we'll find out. Thank you for that. I- unbelievable amount of requests there. I sorry i took so long it was just. There's no way to to shorten that story and i would. I would been disappointed. Had you i think our listeners would have been too because they're so much in there that's just delicious This is also good. Stuff to members of congress are facing condemnation questions following their surprise. Visit to ghanistan this week. Which diverted resources from the us is chaotic withdrawal enrage military leaders and lead house speaker. Nancy pelosi to declare it not a good idea. So we've got rep seth moulton. He's a democrat from massachusetts and rep. Peter masur republican from michigan..

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"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Hello and welcome to the daily beans for thursday august. Twenty six twenty twenty one today. The crack and her strikeforce have been sanctioned in michigan and have been referred for suspension or does varmint the select committee on the insurrection issues a sweeping request records and communications leading up to and during the attack on the capital matt gaetz failed to report his dismal book sales violating house ethics rules to lawmakers make an unscheduled trip to kabul and rounds. Berg takes a plea deal in south dakota and get away with murder. I'm alison gill. And i'm dana goldberg. Hey dana wow big breaking late breaking news. I mean my goodness run around and redo the whole script. And so the rounds borg story Has been pulled from the main news blocks. I'm going to give it to you real quick right now. He's taking a plea deal for a misdemeanor. He is the guy in south. Dakota who hit and run murdered mcvicar manslaughter. A guy on the side of the road. They found his glasses member in i remember increase. Yes so he's taken a misdemeanor plea deal So that's that's Bullshit yeah that's bullshit. That's that that other system of justice we talk about though yeah doesn't exist for certain people of a particular skin so there's really not much more to that story. If anything else comes out on that we will definitely keep you apprised of it. It's just awful but We had to replace it with the big news that the cracking lawyers in the michigan sanctions hearing have been sanctioned and their punishment is amazing. And i'll go over that a little bit more in detail but we're gonna go into the whole entire one hundred ten page ruling on next week's clean up on al forty-five pod that's the show that andrew tours and i will be recording live four patrons of that show In in dc on monday a five pound. That's going to be a good one. Yeah it's gonna be interesting A little bit later on the show. I'm also going to be talking with educator and amazing history. Teacher sarabeth rosenberg. We're gonna talk about cova in schools mask mandates and of course The the latest on critical race theory quote unquote which has been you know a term now usurped by the right to discuss anyone teaching any history that you know Has yeah with people of kala. so we're We're gonna be discussing a the latest update on that later in the show but dude. Oh my gosh okay. We have so much news to get to today. So.

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"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"If they hadn't tried to hang our congress people and destroy a democracy. I could feel a little bit of empathy for them. Because they're so misguided unfortunately they're attacking my country and our democracy so i can't feel that empathy but i think it does come back to a fear and a lack of understanding of what they've decided is the other but really. It's just a fellow american. Who wants to live a good life to it. Might sound pollyannaish but i. I don't know how we get through to them. Because the ma- the fearmongering messaging is winning. Well yeah yeah i mean. Fear and hatred is is is addictive and you put somebody in a fair position. It has to occur to them at some point. I'm going to be the minority. I don't want young people to learn what white people have done wrong in the past. Because if i'm in the minority then. I am vulnerable. I i don't know and the thing is is that it's an irrational fear. It's totally irrational. Fear and it and it doesn't it doesn't make any sense am. I'm very familiar with a rational fears. You know because of sexual assault. I know what in a rational fear looks like. And how you're like. I can't go out and hang out with guys in uniform because why i don't know but i'm just so scared of that and you know the ability to recognize it as irrational fear takes work and education and understanding conversations with people who don't agree with the on so. I don't know how we do that. I don't have the answers. I know how to do it in a classroom with with young people who are still open minded about the stuff. It's it's tougher when that's so baked into your identity. It's become your identity to be a part of this movement guided by the great the great replacement. Theriot's become who you are. It's become a colt right. So i don't know how you get routed at but but what's scary to me is how much it's taken over the one political party. It's like we talk about political Party realignment allot in history class. Because it's happened a number times in our nation's history. And i guess hindsight's twenty twenty. But i i don't know i guess will will know on day how this all pans out. I'm kind of terrified of of of the way the two party systems realigning. Yeah no and. I don't know about you but it's scary to think about what the republican party's turned into. Yeah it is i. I'm with you. I don't i don't know what to do about it other than i and generally everything sort of boils back down to education. And that's why. And i have so much.

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Moderna Reports COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy of 100% in Adolescents

Mitch Albom

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna Reports COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy of 100% in Adolescents

"Saris, covert bank scenes in the United States, says Their formula will now work for teenagers. Fox is Evan Brown. Reports mode. Erna reports their phase three clinical trials of their Corona virus vaccine on patients ages. 12 to 18. Showed a 100% efficacy rate, meaning none of the 3700 teams in the study developed symptoms or tested positive for Cove it after two weeks of receiving the second dose. It's expected Moderna will formally present these findings to regulators. It's competitive. Fizer is product is already being given to teens under an emergency use authorization. Both companies air seeking full FDA approval. Evan Brown, Fox

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"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"The difference is that you client Company then what's your diplomatic on how to keep your client's happy For example is quality known work. Just make sure you're giving your bess usually you mark lyons mugabe. Ucla they don't really Expect a lot specially if new i need a magistrate in i was fortunate but really find. The line is very understanding There there are even some clients who would be willing to train. You themselves Just you know let's say Be open for feedback ca. Say in behind bart day and obviously the the saffy backman client more adjust. Meet your immediate. Malania ma epa promised messiah client and I would like cena Do shirt everyone. The group that you've mentioned ball It is really a big help. Me and sobron opponent. Bologna nico ch- donnie coach to go. Just some of the group. A on. So i am thinking you are very happy where you are right now and i am i right in a show mean or the thing that you are slowly meeting your financial goals of yes in the city S biggest has. So that means you're clients should be major long standing client in the one. I'm client may joe convenient lavinia wish your job more. And can you take more than one client now. In in in your current situation i used an open to Taking more if ever for Actually all right now. I'm very very blessed In terms of i think Then that behind actually measurement baba. We've had as long as in the lung. Mcgibbin usually before by corporate guy is had they will on your salad. More by let up with uncle led the bus and they had more by going. So it's just a cycle. But now i'm very very Thankful now in Meeting young record goal or you goal income goal and currently by have six clients. Nah i'm eba is now torres goal which is no longer awkward. Impo yonne obama v. ace through starring. A mind you'll be okay so particle. You're blessed you are in a position to help and bless others. We just a good which is a good I don philosophy in life. That's a good thing to to have just a shared said the more you share the more you it will come back the u. into the way again. Nobody blessed a step. That is the inspiring thing that i really want our listeners. Our viewers to learn from your story. And i don't want to be the always know person bulking in the show i want of yours listens to hear it from your has adela delegate experts gaming experience they and metallica who setting disdaining yours off so i'm also inspired jess visiting. This is our first and believe. Have one hundred to meet each other but Your story is one that other people can learn from an ago. I become a name. And i'm gonna lay yourself life experience when and a good debut on decisions in law at an an how you approach your work. We just be a professional as against the mansion. Honey nasa african those are these of professional indium abandoned uncle. You really want to do your job properly by your represent the yourselves. There's no body about you not me made no s it go. You're on your own so Jazz any final words before we glued The summertime show of the day off for people who are viewing visiting as any final message Well lamppost. Good i just believe in yourself The guy then by go on a hand up not work online so if it is making you wait it is worth it I always believe that. And i always spray do the lord. The lagoon consisten clean. I asked him now. Beginning apple a client and there are elegant miata. I think that's the most. Sorry ma'am i mean Remember scores up. I work online And just believe in yourself. Say our let the lagaan obama nino are laissez be set limo and you have to do your own sacrifices as instead of food net flicks you do your own Steady it would be a big health. It would be awkward it. Yeah so such as an of course clients mobile app and played before our ceo but if people want or leg may be phipps or maybe a client and ask you referred them to under as how do people get in touch with you. Oh facebook ball. I'm chess sanchez. boss facebook. You can message me. Bosh shore Any time as long steam people not inside Go could okay boy on the lead one bush as a means. Matagalpa migrate play. So feel free. The if you have any questions and don't forget about the join. Our group young assistant training philippines Unity spo- We also have We always have of course. They're a free chorus. That would help you start your career. Okay very good so.

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"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"Well Me client spoke ac- a flexible bang. Meaning they Allow you the work whenever you want as long as you finish the pass so begun on plo s naby break in School in three parts for example. And then i can do some kooky gala and if needed bulk known a knuckle if my daughter needs me mommy i want biz at the monash shock. I say basically become in your body. Multi hit the indian pass mall in a specific theme by now. Hakka hawk juggled between a mom. Being a mom and setback will work. So i think that's the doubt one of the best benefits of working from home is that you flexibility Your your clients understand that In terms of the challenges the mind in your your role as a virtual assistant anita struggles or challenges or things that anybody will or being sneha gable. Funding delegate amina my that the other day. Be aware of as well. I think you will somalia Learning By ninety nine gunther before so I thinking long been her biggest challenge which is can be a do can be done can still be done. You just need to be resourceful. Do your own research land so The other thing that. I know and the reason why i got connected with you. It's not your also. Part of the facebook group. Saw the facebook group is a group of freelancers and virtual assistance. You add nina or are you an app. A member of the group what this year role in that facebook group or aspiring. Ace we are independent podcast network. We are real podcasts syndicate. Would you like to hear your brand while supporting quality. Podcast contact us now at advertise at guerrilla podcast syndicate dot com. Yes ball it's. The group is fertile stan. The reigning philippines. It's a group created by eden delacruz Which also provides help to aspiring vehase. I'm an active member bowl I also answer questions. aspiring as if there's any and inspiring them to become one Sharing tips if as much as possible. Both the best of our knowledge and and we both the office boy nap time face school. Yes so i. I'm experience in the face. You think that there will be more aspiring ace. That more people will be interested or intrigued to know what it's all about an potentially a byford. The jokes are feeding. this is just a face. 'cause he not only think this will stay longer is just like a shiny new object For people. I think it's all updated if you would like to stay in this in this industry for long term it's all about Sacrificed bursa veterans. And i think this industry would last very long. 'cause everything everything can be done online digitally so it would really be a i don before apple on existing when be be. Oh ninety minimum In google she into a large part of the economy for freelancing seem bowl stub michelle opportunity for every so if there is a new be listening or watching us or somebody who is a curious about what is a new mao. Begin when the apes or advice any la alabama about but maryland's item and going into the alarm but they want to be in this industry. I is i would advice ball. Do have the courage gillan allegany. And you'll real naga stone with some. What the agai you modernisation Because no one else will motivate you but yourself and last nine love and leslie young alamosa steadily more say what say begun in said he limo long good so it is. I think has been though. I mean if you don't have experience as long as you believe that you can do it you can learn at i. Anything is impossible and with clients. How how does a new be flying in. How do you promote yourself. And how do the clients know that you can do the job find a bone system my neck medical bunk jan than a client or you actively. Look for your guy. I'm thinking you'll be going to navigate that into For finding clients We have many platforms We have online jobs that be a which is a very helpful website for une lane workers By pushing jobs to be known under under part.

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"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"Among accounts Or company that in house it'd be be oh and you put night through in terms of communication skills How do you know Doctoral specially forty four nurse is saying the non sila like us. Nah you Metaphor mata thiab biking denied the killa gal at first Selassie cash so you can print pena nickel way back on corporate and union essay bong job. Nah and go. Yeah okay thank you for that. What would happen your freelancer. I still have more questions about your your life prior dubina freelance by listening last night. One no idea. Why do you be b. O what these bp. Oh what kind of company. Easy and unin work. Ninety sound will work so b b. Oh what's hurt those jobs. Are there in the veal Bp opo has as business process outsource the mid self a mostly a big guys nama From out of the country. Us uk australia so it depends spot so basically outsource nila in app ago. Alyssa here's philippines. Mock customer service Gossip our surveys technica support email support so away so veterans bouma So what they got a call center center age in basically Nagai sistema mall. Foreign ipe admire us or uk. Soma services company so Wow so six years can be. Oh and then you mentioned the me prior to us going On the show that used start that being a freelancer just last year when the pandemic started Was it a decision. What is your personal decision. Okay pandemic commute. Or was it because marina lay offs. A- jobs neela. that's why they had to find another job annoying situation. That led you to change from your own job being a freelance. So you want to start the podcast or perhaps you've already started one but your sealant clear on how you can actually make this podcasting work. No worries that's why we're here for you. We are guerilla. Podcast syndicate powered by kangaroo for in medialab join our network contact us at info at kangaroo for dot com. Because rare stronger together. I think actually to be honest. Button for transparency. It's the it's the earning say it's the earnings both el-agha you will not earns guru the same way You're earning as a free lancer. See gaffer you lead. Circe you can Take any projects he wants as long as you could manage soul basically. It's just different sources of income and for me. My goal is to have our own house for the family ages decided because it's way way easy Way way easy now. Mafia communicate in terms of corporate jobs than taming politics. Meringue rules and regulations in ramming issues so as not debunked bike is a man from benon. Now say by bong theme scannable. Sbp oh sole barrel. It's really a A decision because of because of the goal spot because of you go on mugabe by young boy dellagha. Okay so i'm i'm thinking To go to support him like in your experience the become a a worker or employee of company. You don't necessarily have to have a four year degree like in your case you said you've taken some forces you probably finish it but you're given some personnel practical syrian says but i the joining the b. ozo- gami yawn. I feel from your starting in the land. That thirty years all Basically you said it's all about really gatien's now what the on what the say. What do you have sales experience. So that helps you allowed.

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"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"sari" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"And a video show featuring hot topics and other topics of interest for men and women alike we feature guests who share their fashion commitments of their profession or balance and here at solid saudi. We shared fire you. Ordinary people make extraordinary things and for this season two because this year we are on c. Do we are featuring freelancers virtual assistance and work from home professionals and especially those A professionals from the philippines because we know for a fact that there are a lot of ritual s suspense and work from home And freelancers in the country and the reason why we are featuring dan on the show is because we want to demonstrate to other people that you do can find potential work opportunities while working from home or working as a freelancer and we know that since the pandemic is probably here to stay for quite a while You need to think of other ways to supplement your income. If we want to do this as a sideline or if you want to change jobs completely you can also think about working as a freelancer and for this episode. We have another. That's a very beautiful lady from money. Are you from nina. Are you guessed. Cd which are generally bought from manila ari genetically but from manila. Dan right now i. I'm from kevin day which the Copy behind the mini. So it's like a fridge Like the yes. Okay so nets. Welcome chess says of jazz. Welcome to sound with salary. Say hi to our viewers in halo ball. Hi everyone Thank you bob. Thank you miss me for having a mish. Ferrying bouma Giordani do the people who would like to start their career In a working from home during this pandemic specially that many businesses has been affected. So yeah i'm hoping to have a good conversation with you and that's why it's called sorry verse asia so chess you that the nickname for a chance or is that a nickname for a longer name because chess is like a male name for me so i just want the the no where the name chess originally. Yeah As my nickname well I'm an only thought has as so My mom would like me Would like to name me. Princess ball princess but very common. It's like everyone has You know Named princess so not come up. Full shutdown was Unique name which is that chest that spoilt allegations which is your wife now doc but she north in kabul shah along time. No major teenager now jose. Some of the people are not really aware on how to pronounce it so in short. They're they're very interesting as i know. I know i can see that. You are very young person. Saw this is already an interesting aspect of our conversation Welcoming begin one if you start that. You're working the orbit job like a fresh graduate. Did you work in an office. Need you work for a company. Or did you start off. Doing freelancing begins the now work mole and then later on. We'll talk about where you are now. Because i wanted to highlight some of the journey that we we said awhile ago when existing is simple job but first we have the no or establish. What were you doing before. You became a freelancer s. I'm not graduate. I'm not the four year course. Scared wait a bear College poll finish like years Then judo financial reasons ball. I stop and i took honorable bachelor of science in information technology. said it may be So the first job will now mayor in the is cashier Thumbs world It's an amusement park. Here's a philippines If not we knuckle essentially are no so probably nipple hide the self for our viewers probably an alumna nearly on Yeah so i guess. Year will dolan For about a three months long. Say gimme lanka-born mug undergoing a medical operation so now stop a whole a mug word then after that neck saleslady. The import whole announced. I mix brad watch than dimple her six months a thing then the yet again. Pohang basically Saleslady or are previously earning minimum wage Semi but the bone brand bump company ban I started Said bp opo Would not firstly at two thousand fourteen The mvp is the gig. Set the geek so that we announce brainiac head because that is where my father's baseball so by league gun Beget them hey. Every bait that lega subbrand consuming Looney on c. Gig delegate graphic so next I think that was around fourteen gala at diane per month you package that time. So and so on. Hunger seneca literally nepal say but the bombie repeal for six years.

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"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"So you know i have a daughter now and she's never gonna meet her grandmother but she knows who her grandmother is and were able to you know kinda share family stories. She's very much into like the narratives of her family. You know the daughter of a writer for sure. So i think that Part of i believe in the power of words. I believe in the power of like using language to kind of process things that have happened I will say that you know right. Now i'm teaching students. Who are going through some really like challenging difficult difficult things and so i will read their the pieces that they met you know that are incredibly heartbreaking and i want to honor those experiences by like really responding to the words but all you're like this is a really challenging thing that you writing about so i will say that i wrote a whole book about growing up in another country and losing my mother but you know the stories once again. I just kind of come back to you know the kids are. The kids are doing amazing things. Right now and i would just i would like to make a pitch for whoever's listening if you ever kind of good a church and you see someone sitting on their phone and you wanna say something about young people today and how they're not as connected as young people used to be our however i would say stop just a moment because we have no you have no idea about how much young adults an teams have to teach us so. I'd like to kind of end with that kind of idea of like really looking in places that you don't expect to look to to learn and grow and so as someone who's written about trauma i'm really you know moved by the trauma that my students write about and how they're able to process it. I mean young adults. These days are astonishing. All the things that they're doing they're very much social justice warriors. So i'm thinking a lot about teaching because its final exam week this week and so i'm very immersed in the school experience but i feel very honored to like read and respond to like students in their stories. Thank you very much for that. Siri and a final peace. Just let us know. Where can people find you. Where when the book gotta get published and anything else you wanna say still i i wanna say i would love to join book clubs so if you have. If if you choose to read wait for god to notice i would be delighted to zoom into your book club. Obviously not when you're talking about the book because you wanna like you wanna have like a real free discussion with without the writer there but if you wanted to after discussion like bring me end to talk about any questions. I'd be happy to do that. malate forgot to notice is available in bookstores. If you go and ask for it but it's also amazon org which is a site i really like and if you buy it online. It should actually be mailed out by the end of april. I've learned that there's kind of a difference in publishing between when it's.

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"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"I'm from uganda And i think that this might be something. A lot of adventists could relate to. I don't really have a place from i. You know. I'm from my family. And i'm also probably from adventists specifically so if you're going to say where am i from. What culture like grounds me. I know that no matter what place. I'm going to be you know i'm gonna look for that adventist church and i'm going to feel a little bit like okay so this is where i'm from. This is mike connection with home. So but that's what really kind of launched me into this book..

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"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"A huge responsibility that mitch if you're going to another country and saying okay so we're going to come in and provide some good I would say go back to the question of first do no harm and really think about and notice and understand and appreciate An investigate what your intentions are and how those intentions kind of relate to a mission. I think bit humility is something that's really necessary for missionaries to like deeply cultivate before you know thinking about being missionaries. Wait for god to notice but also you know kinda wait for god to wait for you to notice maybe own biases and white. You're carrying in so going back to like the students that i am reading. Their work of my students are very attentive to issues of oppression and justice and And what bias is that we bring with us. And i think as adults we have a lot to learn from younger generations as we're thinking about both the mission field but no we do that. That's mission oriented. I think Check your privilege is something that i hear. My students say a lot. And i really value. That students are teaching me to rethink. I'm wetlands an using to consider things. So i know that this is a bit of a slanted answer but i don't address it enough in the book because i don't want it to be active the book but i think there's an essay that would be. It's something i thought a lot about as i was writing this book Both the privilege of growing up in childhood that felt very ideally for me at times When there is so much suffering that was happening around me but also this idea of who who gets to be. The one who says who got is. What images do we use. Who are we saying. It's closer to god. I mean all these biases that come in with the mission field. I think that we are due a real learning and reckoning so as we think about how we are talking about heaven or god or you know the gospel I think that it's really most important to think about listening to the community. Going to insane what you can learn and not just what you can teach dot was a great response and if i may add something as that we don't have to go even outside of the united states or ask quote unquote missionaries but in our local communities. Right you know. Are we noticing the people. Are we noticing their traditions. Are we noticing how god is already working in their lives and how we can add to that. Because sometimes i think especially as admins as we. We have this kind of mentality. I would say that. Hey we got the truth. Let me teach you me fix some of the things that you have to learn erroneously rather than focusing in coming alongside people. And what can you teach me right noticing. I making sure that we affirm first and then you know if there's something that needs to be corrected let's trust that god is going to use the holy spirit and maybe use us through nor his power to to help people find fine him. Let us not think that we have all the answers right. You know and i think that you definitely portray that One last question. And then i'll give you a final word. Sarah thank you very much for coming by the way and for allowing us to to just get into a little bit of your experiences but a little bit more about going forward you know moving forward at the last part of the book. The epilogue focuses on a very powerful story. And i don't wanna give it away so that people are able to to purchase it and actually you know Read it but it relates with meeting the enemy per se meeting that person that costs so much suffering throughout the book. What was that experience like. In how the you move forward from that place or maybe what lessons that you learn in order to not get stuck in the past not get stuck in the hurt but but look at a hopeful future wow that is a great question I trying to think of how. I can answer it without giving away any of the things that happen in it for me. The hurt in that seem was the person who had kept us safe at. That moment was no longer you know is now living in the land of memories and for me A large part of writing this. This book has much of. It is song of a daughter who misses her mother. And so for me. The conclusion hopefully is gesturing towards coming to terms with what is felt a profound loss to me personally but is a very common kind of loss. How do you. How do you move forward when when you've experienced something that is personally devastating and it's couched within the context of this national trauma but the book itself is very much kind of examining the personal loss. And how do you move forward. And you know Time and bheith and And getting to know my mother through reading the letters I think all of it connects. So you know i have a daughter now and she's never gonna meet her grandmother but she knows who her grandmother is and we're able to you know kinda share family stories. She's very much into like the narratives of her family. You know the daughter of a writer for sure. So i think that Part of i believe in the power of words. I believe in the power of like using language to kind of process things that have happened I will say that you know right now. Teaching students who are going through some really challenging difficult things and so i will read their the pieces that they have met you. Know that are incredibly heartbreaking. And i want to honor those experiences by like really responding to the words all year like this is a really challenging thing that you writing about so i will say that you know. I wrote a whole book about You know growing up in another country and losing my mother but you know the stories once again. I just kinda come back to you know the kids are. The kids are doing amazing things. Right now and i would just i would like to make a pitch for whoever's listening if you ever kind of go to church and you see someone sitting on their phone and you wanna say something about young people today and how they're not as connected as young people used to be are however i would say stop just a moment because we have no you have no idea about how much young adults and teams have to teach us so. I'd like to kind of end with that kind of idea of like looking in places that you don't expect to look to to learn grow and so as someone who's written about trauma really by the trauma that my students write about and how they're able to process it. I mean young adults. Seized days are astonishing. All the things that they're doing their very much social justice.

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"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"sari" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Right. So we felt the most foreign in the country that we were expected to be the most assimilated in and how that connects to heaven. I have no idea i. I think it's a really interesting question. I've never thought about this idea. A of the foreignness of moving from one place to another place. I'm what do you think is just a you know it's kind of like a little bit just just came to my mind because you know god thus say that we're going to be renewed and our minds will be renewed and things of that nature but it's just like you know we all of our lives will be experienced here and then all of the sudden we are translated into a different place and we have to kind of like wrestle with that right like you had to wrestle the book you know through your experiences not only your experiences with experiences of your mother experiences of your family experiences of your sister rightly and you and you're right a great deal about all of these things but there is that theme like you know finding home finding home now. I want to move a little bit away from the book. Still connected you know. Of course we're talking about it but tell me a little more of coming here moving into different locations how you find that place or maybe what were the characteristics. What are the correct kris. Thinks of a place that you call home. What is home for you. I think for a long time. My mother was home for me and so that's why when she died. I was really sent into this question of. Where's home and going back to thinking. Uganda and then. I started realizing that. Like the where. I'm from question is often the answer is i really deeply. Haven't ism. it's that's the like the threat of culture that's gone through my life but now home is southern california which is crazy to me because i grew up in the south where we talked about california adventists. We were like oh you know there's adventists and then there's california adventists while i am now california's adventist which i've discovered means is someone who's deeply interested in social justice someone who's really interested in being relevant in their community Someone who's interested in In nature. I think that california's very much a location where we get out and we appreciate very different ecosystems that we can find here. That god's created I finally as an adult. I was quite old when we bought our first house. My husband and i It was built in nineteen thirty nine. We have a fairly large yard in a very small house and firm email home has been trying to create a small habitat grew up. We had this very specific habitat around our house. That was well known for the snakes. That's one thing. I completely not exaggerating in the book. About how many snakes where. I left out a lot of snakes stories so we had like even in uganda. It was like well known that house for being particularly snaky place But we have this whole habitat around our house. It was right next to a college but it was probably about it. three four mile habitat. That was right around our house of jungle. I'm it's now mostly gone. Which is a back a few times as an adult. The last time i was back i was really like struck by the trees. Being gone the monkeys being gone snakes probably being gone know there's a tremendous loss there as a parent. I'm trying to create a bit of a habitat for my daughter. I'm a big environmentalist. And so we have a yard and it says opportunity to create a habitat really close to the city where we plant flowers and trees that are going to be supporting like bees pollinators and birds and we felt really good the other day. My daughter found a salamander in the backyard. So that told us that we've been doing a good job of renewing the the land so so for me. I feel surprised that. I'm in southern california but i feel really lucky to be here eh. My daughter's a californian adventists and she's also a girl who loves nature and she loves to go outside in our backyard and chased lizards. Not and you know and find worms and raleigh police and watch hawks. She's very interested in the hawks. Come to look at the birds that come to our feeder. There is a whole you know. It's it's in america but there's drama that happens right in the right. Mix the city with with animals. Which is something really interesting to me. Because i'm really deeply invested in to you know habitats and ecosystems very good response. I think it kind of allows me to see your thought process. Just because you know Calling home may not just be the location but it may be the people or maybe the habit that in between counter ourselves in order to turn where we're getting into the final portion of our our time here and like to point out the name of your book. You know you you talked about why you name the way that you name the but at the end it seems to me that there is an element of not only waiting for to notice right like you know right god but also that we ought to notice each other and our family members like you know you finish kind of like with talking especially looking at your mother and that she did this is definitely a memoir and she is one of the main characters throughout the stories. Why is it so important for us to notice. And not only forgot to notice our humanity or fellow human beings specis. I think that is such a good question. Because i think sometimes especially as missionaries we go and we are all about. Let's talk about the good news. Let's talk about god without really noticing where people are noticing noticing the belief systems of people as we move in. I mean there. There's a lot one could say about. Like the savage skulls scrolls that missionaries bring in that. Have all these white characters in them as if as if so as a little kid. I wondered why you know when we would go out and do branch sabbath schools the kids from the communities. Would you know be like shocked to siemian. Wanna touch my hair but it looks like i stepped out of the bible which is like historically inaccurate but those are the materials at that time that missionaries broad which really elevates the white experience in very historically inaccurate and colonialistic ways. And so i would. I know that this is kind of a slant on the piece but it's really something. I hope that adventists readers will get I didn't. I didn't focus on this because my book is about my mom. It's about me finding home. But i do hope that it's also like a question of what are we doing. We're missionaries when we go into another place. How respectful are we of the cultures and the stories and they lived experience. What are we telling people with something as Innocuous as an image. I mean it's actually quite powerful. What images are we showing. And how are those images perpetuating. Racism are colonialism. I think that there's.

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What the Kids in Subtle Asian Traits Know

The Slowdown

03:33 min | 2 years ago

What the Kids in Subtle Asian Traits Know

"For the last two years has been my ritual to write these daily episodes entering into dialogue with poets I admire and delving into my own trove of memories, feelings, associations, and convictions all with the intention of sharing these things with you. It's hard work. The has deepened my understanding of why poetry is important. And you're listening along with your occasional emails has reminded me that those of us who ponder and revel in all the many facets of life make up a very special form of community. Today's poem fills my heart with immense feelings of gratitude devotion. Thanks, and love. And I'm sharing it with you as a way of saying thank you for the tremendous offering of your presence, your attention and your belief in the significance of small things. This is Jennifer G. lies what the kids in subtle. Asian. Traits. No. Is that cut up fruit is the ultimate Asian parent gesture of love. There are posts like. That, feel when your mom cuts fruit when you're up late at night and you see her eating, the leftover bits around the core before putting the nicely cut apple slices and a bowl to bring to you. And if your mom doesn't randomly bring you cut up fruit is she even your mom? And one me into frames in the first, a man reads a book and you can see only the cover Asian parents guide to apologizing. In the second, the inside of the book the response. Come eat. Now that I'm older I need to get the translation, right? No, there were never any saris just cold plates of nectarines Bright Camello, ice Ross, star fruit fragrant lead G. Suite ya-li pairs without their papery brown skins glistening. At Jing. Vong at Sam Woo at May some at garden? The restaurants do this to tonight the apron splattered man with grandfather hair carries a chipped plate to the register. The server counts the other tables change but jokes with me crowded enough for you annoy. Novoye could mean girl or woman, but it also means daughter. I have spent years making sure. He places the oranges on my table. They do this for all the customers but oh, what a glitch in the matrix tonight. My mother saw me alone with my bowl and splintered face on a Wednesday and she is here. I know there is a math that measures time. But what about a math that accounts for logic? How should I explain the strangers? Who bring me fruit after she has gone?

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Harry Styles Unveils ‘Golden’ Music Video

Donna and Steve

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Harry Styles Unveils ‘Golden’ Music Video

"Do we have a new song from Harry style in a new video? People are making a big deal. Just take the shirt off does he does take his shirt off? It's flying. It's that completely off, but he's running in this The song is called Golden. So you can just as I play it. Just imagine Harry styles run on towards you as his shirt is half opened. Does he have sweat pants on a white sari? Europe. He's running. He's running in shorts. He's not like he's running to you putting my Like a Durant. You're right. Not to rant, Aran eighties kind of does sound. Oh, now he's gonna pull didn't get to that video. Oh, my God. He is a adorable He's very movie Star ish. You know, very life. Young Johnny Depp. Yeah, he does look like a young Johnny Depp just has that real star quality He does. He's got a lot of style, And I think that's key.

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Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center

The Daily Beans

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Explosive charges from nurse at immigrant detention center

"And a whistleblower complaint made by a nurse at a private prison is detention center in. Georgia. Who is expressing concern at the inordinate amount of hysterectomies performed on immigrant women they're content warning here for medical experimentation and alleged eugenics. Several legal advocate groups on Monday filed a whistleblower complaint on behalf of a nurse at immigration customs. Enforcement Detention Center, documenting jarring medical neglect within the facility including refusal to test detainees for Corona virus and into the rate of hysterectomies being performed on immigrant women. The nurse Don Wooten was employed at the Irwin County Detention Center in Georgia which is operated by LaSalle corrections private prison company. This complaint according to law and Crime was filed with the Office of the Inspector General for DHS by advocacy groups of Project South Georgia Detention Watch Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights and South Georgia emigrants support network. Multiple women came forward to tell project south about what they perceive to be an inordinate rate at which women at IC- DC were subject to hysterectomies. This is the surgical operation which in part or takes all or part of the uterus. Additional, many of the immigrant women who underwent the procedure were reportedly confused when asked to explain why they had the surgery and one detainee like their treatment to prisoners in concentration camps. Quote recently, a detained immigrant told project south that she talked to five different women. Detained is CDC between October and December who had a hysterectomy done. When she talked to them about the surgery, the women reacted confused when explaining why they had had the surgery. According to Wootton, the nurse is CDC consistently uses a particular gynecologist outside the facility who almost always opt to remove all or part of the uterus of his female detainee patients. Quote everybody he sees has a hysterectomy or just about everybody. Everybody's uterus cannot be that bad. Quote we've questioned among ourselves like goodness he's taking everybody's stuff out. That's his specialty. He's the uterus collector. I know. That's ugly. She says, is he collecting these things are something everybody? He sees he's taking other uteruses or he's taken their tubes out. What in the world? We also confirms that many of the taint detained women have told her they didn't understand why they were being forced to have the procedure explaining that some of the nurses obtain their consent by simply googling Spanish. The complaint details, several accounts from detainees including one woman who was not properly anaesthetized during the procedure and heard the aforementioned doctor told the nurse. He had mistakenly removed the wrong ovary resulting in her losing all reproductive ability. Another said she was scheduled for the procedure. But when she questioned why it was necessary, she was given three completely different explanations. One quote she. was originally told by the doctor, she had an ovarian cyst and was going to have small twenty minute procedure done drilling three holes in her stomach to drain the cyst, the officer who was transporting her to the hospital on the other hand told her. She was receiving a hysterectomy to have her womb removed when the hospital refused to operate on her because of covid. She was her cheek protests came back positive. She was transferred back to is CDC and the IC CD's sooners said, the procedure she was going to have done was just having her vagina dilated and some tissue scraped off. Another nurse told her then that the procedure was mitigate her heavy menstrual bleeding which the women never experienced when she explained that the nurse responded by getting angry and yelling at her. No other major news outlets by the way are reporting on the story as yet, and this allegation is not invested or investigated but even though it's developing at this point, I wanted to get it out to you.

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The South Asian Identity In The Current Political Moment

All Things Considered

03:50 min | 2 years ago

The South Asian Identity In The Current Political Moment

"To prime spots at the political conventions went to two Indian American women Nikki Haley and Kamala Harris, who each leaned into their South Asian immigrant identity and their speeches. Here's Haley, former U. S ambassador to the U. N kicking off the Republican National Convention yesterday. This is personal for me. I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants. They came to America and settled in a small southern town. My father wore a turban. My mother wore sari. Meanwhile, last week while accepting the Democratic nomination for Vice President, Kamala Harris thanked her mother for raising her to be proud of her Indian heritage. We're here to talk through this moment for South Asian Americans in American politics is Kartik Rama Krishnan. He's a professor of public policy at U C. Riverside. Hey, they're welcome. Thank you for having me so to conventions to women, speaking about their families and their upbringing, with so many Americans watching what these two moments represent, do you think It's a pretty remarkable moment. When you look at the Indian American population. It has grown tremendously in the last two decades, of course, in the case of comely Harris and Nikki Haley They were born and you know, the 19 sixties and early 19 seventies. So you know they've been part of a prior wave of Indian American migration. But still, the vast majority of Indian Americans have arrived in the United States since 1965. And it's remarkable to see how quickly the next generation has come up in politics and how big a deal is their national political political prominence for The South Asian community here in the states. This is a big deal. I mean, what you've seen, for example, is more and more Indian Americans running for office. So you have the so called Samosa Caucus, which had five Indian American members of Congress If you include the House and the Senate after 2018 I think what you're going to see now and especially with Harris. His candidacy is even more people getting inspired more Indian American South Asians more generally, and especially Asian American women feeling inspired to run for office and I think the same you're probably going to see on the Republican side, although When you look at candidates running for office where Indian American, the vast majority of them tend to be Democrat rather than Republican. Well, I was just about to ask is we hear so much about Latino voters? Black voters, other groups. I was going to ask which way understanding is hardly monolithic, but which way South Asian voters tend to lean in and how big a role they could play in 2020. The South Asian voters tend to lean Democrat and pretty heavily Democrat. One way to think about this is that they tend to be the most Democrat leaning either in terms of their party identification or presidential vote choice among all of the Asian American groups on DH there, Lina stronger than among Latinos but less strong than among African Americans. So that's a kind of good benchmark. Now there has been a lot of out its by the Trump administration. So President Trump had a rally in Houston called Howdy movie Rally with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He made a high profile trip to India this year as well. That said, it's really going to be hard to shift in the American voters and other South Asians given their partisan lean and also where they stand on the issues and on most issues like health care and immigration. And gun control in the environment. They tend to be progressive, so it's going to be a group that's going to be very difficult to dislodge from the Democratic column that was Professor Kartik Ramakrishnan of UC Riverside talking about the Indian American vote. It's about 1.8 million Indian Americans who will be eligible to vote in this coming November's election.

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Nikki Haley: US 'is not a racist country'

America's Morning News

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Nikki Haley: US 'is not a racist country'

"Burning their primetime convention with dark warnings about America's future if the president's not reelected, While two of the Republican Party's rising stars, both of color offered an optimistic view of the president's leadership, they cast him as a protector of religious freedom. The nation's workers and Maura former U N Ambassador Nikki Haley, recounting all states like her native South Carolina have rebounded from Racist violence. As she said, quote in much of the Democratic Party, It's now fashionable to say that America is racist. That Is a lie. America is not a racist country. This is personal for me. I am the proud daughter of Indian immigrants. They came to America and settled in a small southern town. My father wore a turban. My mother wore sari. I was a brown girl in a black and white world. We faced discrimination and hardship, but my parents never gave in to agreements and hate. The American people know we could do better. And of course we value and respect every black life. The black cops who've been shot in the line of duty. They matter the black small business owners who've watched their life's work go up in flames, they matter. The black kids who've been gunned down on the playground, their lives matter to our state came face to face with evil. A white supremacist walked into Mother Emanuel Church during Bible study. 12 African Americans. Pulled up a chair. And prayed with him for an hour. Then he began to shoot. After that horrific tragedy. We didn't turn against each other. We came together black and White, Democrat and Republican together. We made the hard choices. Needed to heal and removed a divisive symbol peacefully and respectfully. What happened then should give us hope now. America isn't perfect, but the principles we hold dear, are perfect. Earlier, the president

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He Paid the Penalty for Our Sins - Mark 15:37

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:28 min | 2 years ago

He Paid the Penalty for Our Sins - Mark 15:37

"Chapter fifteen verse thirty seven. And Jesus uttered loud cry. And breathed his last. One of the things I love about reading praying through the Gospels. This back to back to back to back is the. Opportunity To. On a pretty regular basis. Works out to little less than once a month. Just to read the story of Jesus. Crucifixion which is. Like both hard and glorious at the same time, right? To read the story over, and over again of how Jesus was mocked and beaten and scourged spit upon and nailed to a cross. how He. Experienced Mark Chapter fifteen verse thirty four like Godforsaken nece experienced the judgment that you and I deserve in our sin. And SORTA come diverse, thirty seven, and just let it soak in Jesus God in the flesh. Who came and lived a perfect life with no sin in him. He had no sin for which to die. Jesus uttered a loud cry. And breathed his last, he died. and. In that moment he paid the price. For your sin. And my sin. The Sin of all who trust in him. I mean just. Think most people who listen to this podcast right now. Let me just say like if you do not know Jesus. As the savior and Lord of Your Life turned from your sin, today and trust in what Jesus has done on the cross for you God so loved the world he gave his one, and only son that whoever believes in him will not perish, but will have everlasting life will be forgiven of sin brought into eternal life with God believe in Jesus. He uttered a loud cry and breathed his last on your behalf. That's the greatest news in the world so Jesus we stop today. Praise you all over again for the cross. To praise you for paying the price for myself, and for our since all of our sins that you took the judgment, we deserve like we should be. We just confessed this together. We should be in hell right now. All of us. Experiencing Your Eternal Judgment, Oh, God. We deserve this the payment force sin is death. But the gift of God is Eternal Life through Jesus Christ our Lord, Jesus Christ to uttered a cry, and breathed his last Jesus. We praise you for the Cross. We worship you for the cross. We love you. We Adore you. We Exalt you. And obviously not just for the Cross for your resurrection from the grave. This is the greatest news in all the world that you have paid the price for our sin, and you have conquered, and we might have life, so we praise you for this news. Reprieve you now to make this news known. Cowdery pray even right now for people in our sphere of influence who don't know you who don't know the wonder of what you did on the Cross. Personally in their own hearts God, plea saved. We pray for numbers for friends for Co workers. We prayed you boldness to share the Gospel all over with them today to just say hey, can I tell you again about what Jesus done for you? Maybe for the first time tell you, but what is done for you and speaking of the first time gotta repay for the. People in Pakistan four point, seven million people know known and Saris who are followers of Jesus in Pakistan, meaning most and Saris most of the four point, seven million men and women and children don't even know the truth of what you did on the cross gut changed that we pray Maitha Glory of Jesus the goodness Jews the cross of Jesus. The Salvation of Jesus known among the Zari in Pakistan repay send out laborers. From nearby from faraway, so now some of us to take the Gospel to the end, sorry and Pakistan re pray the. They might know what you did on the Cross. We Exalt you for who you are and what you have done. Uttering allowed cry and breathing your last. On our behalf. That we might right now have communion with you. And forever have communion with you. We pray all of this in your name.

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10 Tips for Taking Up Space

Therapy for Black Girls

05:38 min | 3 years ago

10 Tips for Taking Up Space

"Ever heard someone talking about the need to take up more space. That's what I want to chat about today. What makes it so difficult in some tales? Doing a better job at it in your life. Why is it so difficult to take space somewhere along the line? We've gotten messages that we were too much. I know in my family when my cousins and I would get excited and start talking louder than usual. We'd often hear little girls should be seen and not heard a not so subtle reminder that we were taking up space in his things like that that was the method that what we're doing and who we are is too much and this message is often reinforced throughout our life. You're being dramatic. Your clothes are so loud. Are you always so aggressive? All of these messages can start to seep in. If we're not careful and we become less of ourselves so I want this to be a reminder that it's okay to lean into the fullness of who you are and take up more space here. Tim Things you might want to try to get started number one correct people when they've offended you a lot of times. We don't let people know that they've heard us in some way because we don't want to hurt their feelings are we. Don't want to be seen as difficult but you deserve to have your feelings taken into consideration to number two asks for not only what you need but for what. You want your deepest desires sometimes. We've been conditioned to believe that asking for what we desire is excessive. We should be grateful to just get a bare minimum. But who says that? That's how things have to go. You deserve excess. Sometimes you deserve just because you wanted to doesn't always need to be a deep seated reason either just you wanting whatever it is is totally enough number three. Use Your Voice. Speak about the things that are important to you. There is so much going on in our families in our communities and in the World Linda Voice to the conversation your perspective is necessary number four where the clothes and hair styles that make you feel your best regardless of what others think there are so many rules made up by who knows about what kinds of clothes and hair styles are acceptable in certain spaces but I challenge you to make your own rules and rock. Whatever makes you feel most competent number five. Raise your hand in the classroom are in meetings? Sometimes we don't raise our hand to speak because we think our ideas or are questions or silly. Are we figure someone else's thinking we're thinking and they'll say it. Well why can't it be? You challenge ourselves to speak even if feels uncomfortable at first number six sin. Bac Your food when it's nap prepared as you ordered. I continue to be surprised. At how common is is when. I was speaking different places across the country but in case you needed a reminder if our your steak medium will and it comes out well done. It's okay to let your server no. You don't have to suffer through a meal because you're worried that your server will be heard about you. Sending the food bag go ahead and get what you ordered. Number seven apply for the job or opportunity. Even if you don't feel like you meet all of the qualifications. How many times did we talk ourselves out of things? That could be really cool in great for us because we think we're not qualified. Go ahead and throw your head in the ring for that dream opportunity. You never know what might not happen but we do know what will happen if you don't even try number eight work on saying sorry less often. How often do you catch yourself saying sorry? Even when you haven't done anything wrong someone is too close in your personal space and you move and say sorry. Are you bought the wrong size in sweater? And you find yourself saying sorry to the clerk when you return it saying sorry when we've done something wrong is totally fine but the mindless saris that we offer to minimize any perceived impact on others are totally unnecessary. So work on limiting them number nine. Laugh from your belly participate fully in something. Brings you joy those stories? Your Friends Tale. That make you have to get up from your seat and run around the room. Have as many of those moments as you possibly can and number ten bring other sisters into the room you can take up more space by bringing others with you. Finding yourself in cool experiences is even cooler when you can create an opportunity for someone else to participate bringing others into the fold doesn't shrink this base. It causes the space to expand.

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Oscars 2020: snubs, surprises and snippets you may have missed

Steve Cochran

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Oscars 2020: snubs, surprises and snippets you may have missed

"Some more of those Oscar nominations to pass along to you they started dancing this a little while ago on Hollywood and now we have the names for Best Director the nominations Martin Scorsese the Irishman Todd Phillips for the joker Sam Mendes for directing nineteen seventeen Quentin Tarantino once upon a time in Hollywood and mon jun hole for parasite those Best Director nomination as Best Actress Cynthia hero for Harriet Scarlett Johannson marriage story saris ronin little women no I'm not pronouncing that right that's why dean Richards will be here after eight Charlize Theron for bomb shell Renee Zellweger for Judy and the Best Actor in a emanations Antonio Banderas pain glory then I read the Capreol for his role of once upon a time in Hollywood Adam driver for marriage story Joaquin Phoenix the joker and Jonathan Pryce the two

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Ricky Gervais doesn't waste any time offending at Golden Globes

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

06:13 min | 3 years ago

Ricky Gervais doesn't waste any time offending at Golden Globes

"I last night the Golden Globe Awards Ricky Jr vase hosting let's take a listen to a little bit of what Ricky Jr vase have the sack hello and welcome to the seventy seventh annual golden globe awards I'm with the device thank you and you'll you'll be pleased to know this the lost time I'm hosting these awards so I don't care anymore I'm joking I need to have a date if you do it in a war tonight don't use is a a platform to make a political speech right you were known positions election the public about anything you know nothing about the real world most of you spend less time in school than Greta from bugs so if you come up it's too late in the war thank you I gin when you called I'm not the regular rates pretty funny last night let's get into with Emily Justin's get call Treader over at the federals had been watching all this very closely and only good morning morning then wow this was a breath of fresh air what happened last night yeah it was really great I mean this is definitely recruiter rage stuck so and kind of what his tradition of the call gold is tennis takes no it he spares no body and that's why he's such a fun house the golden globes by that ask them back on again the group because of like the two zero Lisa from Arkansas or shows good fit for them but I thought lessons with little bit different and he actually confronted Hollywood over her one scene in doctrine for being friends with Jeffrey after he can't really just went down the list and he even went on the thing about big tax you know he said that all like to think you're so work so well but look at the company you work for apple and Amazon and Disney and so this is really have a contract in Hollywood Hollywood on some of its biggest blind spots and right to the face of the clock we close it was really really something to watch so is this part of a new trend that we're starting to see we saw Dave Chapelle come out with a very very edgy special for Netflix and got rave reviews from certain factions but not from others but is this what we're going to start to see we're gonna start to see comedians push back against this woke Hollywood that we say oh yeah absolutely I mean is even saris special but came out last year even the shovel who's really best known for having both performance at the White House correspondents dinner a couple years back her new stand up special actually sort of pushes back on some of the the the new rules political correctness and so I think there's a classic comedian and it is a lot of comedians frankly who are so tired of the new rules that their new specials reflect that they're really starting to concentrate on back in their teens so this is something that we're seeing you know become a lot more widespread I think it shows that the momentum has really turned in the battle against political correctness of within the cultural battles and close critical political correctness because comedians you know there's a lot that were hit hardest by some of the stuff I remember Jerry Seinfeld thank you would go to college campus anymore and so they really have been out front fighting this fight and your vases totally been one of the I. with the greatest comedians throughout last night absolutely requested that yeah but then the palace guards closing ranks I you see websites like vox which is a liberal website they came out with an article in advance of Ricky Gervais is hosting last night and and trying to attack Ricky Jr vase for all of his offensive jokes in the past there is clearly a category of liberal writer and thought leader I guess who is very opposed to this type of breaking ranks yeah it's funny I mean he's already gotten some criticism from the last of them like what twelve hours I've seen a lot of entertainment site hosts some sort of like they're criticizing him basically saying tired schtick it's not funny all those jokes are all the same but I don't think that's how a lot of the viewers the host I think there's a reason that he was asked back to the golden globes especially it's just so funny that Hollywood invite him to basically skewer Hollywood's every give his case it's because it's actually really energy unit called about well so those critiques that it's not funny someone I think we're totally flat and I expect that most people were watching last night were very but the people who were watching last night were not the target of the jokes they were the people who were in on the joke switches which is us we've we've been bemoaning the fact that Hollywood isn't funny anymore Saturday Night Live is another one suddenly in the last couple of months or so Saturday's life has become funny because they're starting to to I guess poked a finger at themselves now they're starting to point the finger at themselves now we haven't seen that in a long time from them so what's happening is and if we remember back to literally go Saturday Night Live remember Christmas episode song lists the cast All I Want for Christmas is you to Robert Muller and it was just a moment of their total perfectly calculation of the lack of self reflection how unfunny become and a year later do you really start to see that self awareness that showing up in some of the sketches and I think the trump era has forced Hollywood to confront some of its insularity and you reduce your interesting moment once the orders that you put the idea was that you guys are qualified about politics because that was on the school greens Greta son Burke it and so I think there's been something of the truckers kind of forced them because there's so much talk about all the stuff that's at the front center of the cultural conversation forced them to kind of record with their role with everything now again that doesn't mean that all of them are listening to Trish are cut Michelle well you spoke a very political acceptance speeches right very liberal acceptance because I mean the show Williams who is reportedly pregnant by the way went on tires that it's about portents of abortion it doesn't mean that everybody's listening but I do think you are start starting a few more people

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Dr. Michael Wilkes discusses the use of Epigenetics

Second Opinion

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Dr. Michael Wilkes discusses the use of Epigenetics

"This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion growing up sorry experienced all sorts of childhood trauma. Her father was regularly in prison prison. Her mother used drugs. She was physically abused and she had no adults around to look up to robust. Research has shown that this type of childhood trauma can impact Saris Mental Health but also her physical health. It's not surprising. That trauma has an impact on mental health but physical health has been far more difficult to understand until the field of epigenetics came along. Well it turns out we are more than just. The sum of our genes epigenetics literally means on top of genetics. Each of us has has many genes some of which are turned off and others are turn done to make us who we are when a gene is turned off. It's still present in the cell. It's just not active. There are at least two hundred fifty types of cells in our body and in every single cell there are genes for say nerve cells and muscle cells and skin cells but for example in skin and sells certain genes are turned off and others are turned on. That's what makes the cell skin selling not muscle cell. What turns cells on and off is often? The result of the cells environment and that environment can change constantly cells are bathed by hormones hormones and enzymes and the level of those chemicals increase and decrease in response to say diet or cigarette smoking or stress or other lifestyle choices the hormones and enzymes can turn off or on specific genes for example example the chemical environment can change the structure of a gene. So it no longer works or it can cause a gene to curl up so tightly that the cell cannot read the genes instructions or even recognize the gene so epigenetics or the jeans. The environment is thought to affect the development of cancer and diabetes but it also turns out that the environment in which ourselves function and can affect our behaviors for example nurturing. Maternal care such as regular breastfeeding can impact a baby's B.'s. Gene expression and as a result the baby's brain's response to stressful situations particularly the ability of a child to reduce reduce stress and relax. The study of epigenetics is in its infancy but a key. Unanswered question is can epigenetics genetics be reversed and at least as it relates to cancer. It looks like natural chemicals can alter gene expression and may impact the growth of certain cancers. There's still a lot to be learned before we can use epigenetics to alter disease but it turns out that just like global climate change kid impact species internal climate and environmental changes can impact cells and thus human health. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.

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Crossing the ts: China-America trade talks

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:39 min | 4 years ago

Crossing the ts: China-America trade talks

"Trade talks between America and China appear to be entering an endgame discussions between the two countries will resume this week. After a tit for tat trade war that has cast a shadow over the world economy detail on what's been discussed so far has been vague. But the mood music from both camps has been positive. The Chinese have spoken of tangible progress Steve Mnuchin, America's Treasury Secretary says the talks are in a final laps and President Donald Trump who last week suggested a visit from his counterpart Xi Jinping could be on the cards has played up the significance of any agreement. Would be one of the I guess it is and you think about it because deal ever made they can't be deal. This no matter where you look they can't deal like this. This is this is the granddaddy of them all this week. The American officials have gone to Beijing. Samantha canes are US economics editor we've got probably lighthizer the United States trade Representative. He's going and also Steve Mnuchin is Treasury Secretary. So both sides have been fairly tight lipped about how things are coming along for as much as you know, how are things coming along. Well, we've been hearing some positive noises coming out of the talks there was an Email from the White House describing the content of this week's discussions, and so they going to cover trade issues, including intellectual property forced technology transfer non-tariff barriers agriculture services purchases and infotainment. It does sound like a fairly broad palette of stuff that they're there. Talking about what are the most important ones in which the stickiest ones as you said they've been Feddie tight lipped about what exactly is going on. Although we have been getting some signals of of what is very important to the China hoax within the Trump administration. So Robert lighthizer has made a big fuss over enforcement, and historically that has been a problem whereby the Chinese will make promises, and then they'll not actually implement them what they need to find some mechanism where the Americans can actually trust the Chinese will do they say they're going to do in that they can hold them to account. What that means in practice is that the going to be to king about one. What circumstances that would have to be full the Americans to be able to punish the Chinese? So what would allow the Americans to be able to apply more tires on China? And then to how quickly will the existing. Tariffs on China, the removed that is I think a huge bone of contention, obviously, the Chinese won't the tariffs in place to be removed overnight immediately and the Trump administration saying, hey, not so far. I we need some sort of carrot to give you the incentive to what she fully through. We take these off immediately. What incentive do you have to do any further reforms? Steve Newton has hinted that talks renting entering the final stage for his part. President Trump has been hinting Xi Jinping could be visiting the White House very soon. The White House is a place of history seventeen ninety nine that's a long time. Now when president she comes from China, and I say seventeen ninety nine he thinks that's a modern house because their culture is very very old five thousand years is this talk of a visit from Mr. g and overture we can or should read anything into. I think we should I think that speaks to the strong desire of President Donald Trump to see a deal that a talk this week. They're going to be another round of talks next week as the Chinese are going to come to Washington doesn't of reluctance on the Chinese side to sign up to an official summit between the two heads of state before the final deals announced they want to avoid embarrassing situation of essentially present she coming to the USO meeting the President Donald Trump from tiny round of the Nelson saying saris. No good enough. So that waiting until the -ffective goat the outline of a deal before they range that summit. Interestingly it does. Look there is an opening in the president's schedule between his trip to Japan in late may on his trip to the UK in early June. So there are a few days that that could be used as schedule in this summit, but I think. These next two weeks of Tokes. We'll get better signals of whether that summit is going to happen over the course of this. There's there's been hints and various reports, that's you know, talks could collapse at this point. And this is a crucial point four for them. Is there any sense that the the talks could still collapse altogether? I don't know I think given the generally positive tone of the two sides. I think it's much more likely that the tools are delayed rather than that they collapse. I think it is possible that they do some kind of deal and then at some point down the line fee Americans judge that the Chinese broken the rules in they tried to use this mechanism put tires back on relations sour again. But I think now given the noises from from the president he does want to be seen to be the steelmaking in chief be very surprised if we don't get some kind of summit at some point in the near future. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks.

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