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"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Got play. He wants to go get full. Say that's why would you please academy at jacksonville states. A very good school. I've a number of my my friends. sons go there use as you think things the way for everything with it. I really would like to see. I like to see what happens this weekend before we get to the college world series but but i i would say right now there would be and my top two or three. Okay thank you all right now. They are they're not only unbeatable but unhittable so But the competition. Remember as all. You do The sec schools played far far tougher competition in the in the sec tournament. And they and they did last weekend same for the baseball. I mean you've got a veritable college world series going on and hoover all week Just like the women did. And now you get to the super regionals things start to get a little More defined thank you for the call appreciate it. Let's check out. Mike who is up next in kentucky. Hey mike thanks. Good afternoon. I get ball. I feel sorry for borough is young though. he'll probably live to see a and m beat alabama. I mean he's thirty. So i'm to say the next forty years he's got a good shot. Yeah i think it will eventually happen for him. Good luck matt l. I'm a little. I'm a little confused. They agreed they've already agreed to pay players without setting a parameter of roles and place. That's no no there's no there there will be. There will be Impo i mean once this is approved there will be a series of bylaws that's But but it hasn't been approved yet. So that's why you haven't seen the rules okay. As long as they don't allow boosters to throw away enormous sums of money for you know like some guy owns a car dealership or strip mall or a merry go round or whatever you know to make an appearance for fifty thousand dollars to sign autographs if it gets that crazy about. I'd say texas will be the next per nereo dominant tower. They got all the money. What do you think gonna come down to. I think it comes down eight tanks mike. I don't think there really is going to be a favourite on this. I think it comes down to management. And how well do you manage. And i don't think any state's gonna have im- texas alabama georgia. I mean florida. Every one of these schools is built to be able to manage. It's just depends on how you do it But you know based on what. Alex already begun in one in one shape. But i wouldn't. I wouldn't throw in the white wave the white flag yet for anyone. Thank you for the call. Do appreciate it. Let's check out. John who is in athens georgia. Hello john thank you. Good afternoon Thanks john good to see you. I a cook hustler georgia football. What do you expect. And what do. What's the georgia fans. Expect from a jt. Daniel i think they expect a bare minimum. An appearance in the championship game Beyond that i think it's you know it's hard to say but i think you'll hear a lot of playoff conversation. I certainly think you'll hear. Sec championship conversation I have a hard time believing that georgia will do any worst and eleven and one in the regular season if that gives you an indication of how high on jt and what what do you expect. gave one and clemson charlotte. Yeah i'm just not to me. The clemson game i mean i think georgia i. I'm not ready to make a call on that game yet. i just want you know. We're a long way from camp. But but i think georgia could certainly go in there and win that game. I don't think clemson is unbeatable. They really were not that impressive last year. I know that sounds crazy but That was not a vintage clemson team. Let's continue with more calls and iran of next in california laurent old. Paul how you doing ron. We're doing great asks you that you could change from call to call and sometimes does well so I'm in my ninety first year and i started. Lsu and one thousand nine hundred forty. Eight and Well i stayed there for almost three years and then i joined the air forcing because the korean conflict right. But here's the thing. I now call me crazy. But i'm gonna go way out on a limb here. And i'm gonna say that. Lsu lose to alabama this year you think lsu lsu's going to lose to alabama. Is that what you said. I would agree. I would agree with you on that. I don't think the first of all the games in tuscaloosa. And i i don't think alabama is going to be as good as as last year but that was one of the best teams we've ever seen the year before we are the best. Lsu team i've ever seen maybe you saw better when you're got a couple of years many. It was always the wait until next year. I may have asked you this before. But i'm always curious. We're talking about age today and mickelson fifty brady and and we've got a president. Who what a do you have any secrets to pass along to the rest of us. Jean boy here well. Unfortunately it's it's too that is not going to help me but hopefully it will help most of you out there. That's a great point. Though a lot of times it really does. How old how old is your parents and grandparents lived to well. I never knew my biological father. He died when i was about two weeks ago. He died of Some kind of lung disease. Oh my goodness so. I by mother lived until she was about. I would say five ninety six. That's pretty good. Yeah so anyway That's about all you take care of yourself and let's continue this. You know everybody calls and says You know they predict the impossible. So i just called and you know being realistic. Lsu is gonna lose alabama. I think there's a pretty good prediction. Hey you appreciate you take care of yourself. We're up against a bright mortar com. Thank you call be. Well it helped same to you martin. Talkie again we'll right back by with much much more. You're listening to the paul finebaum show.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Like to know the rules and how to work within them. And right now we're in a really messy time where there are a lot of new rules and the nfl is one of those things where it's we don't even know what the rules are. So there's a very real concern about what it's going to look like in terms of how it affects the an already active transfer market and. There's a fear that it's gonna make it even more of an issue players league coming and going because there's the added incentive of monies earned in there. Which is it's hard to think with the number of players already in the portal right now. there's an expectation it's gonna get even more so very Fascinating deep dive into the tampering by our guest. Allard scarborough and your last Comments there is fairly a fairly disturbing when you think about where we are right now in college athletics. Alex thanks so much fantastic job. People should read this If you really want understand what some of these topics are like come back in mean just a phenomenal and by the way the article is not accusing anyone specifically talking. It's a broad look at. We're this part of college. Athletics currently lives. We will take a break a lot on the docket from that to the mickelson conversation to baseball which will spend a lotta time in in the final. Two hours of the program including a conversation with tennessee. Coach us out phenomenal year and the legendary skip bergman. We were coming right back. Listening to the paul finebaum show podcast out and we welcome you back. It's great to have all of you here and more of your phone calls at eight five five. Two four two seven to this is we. Don't do this very often but I think we're gonna have to make an exception. Matt called earlier from san antonio had some talked some smack about alabama fans and they call it in an responded and now matt is wants to double down on what he previously said. Let let me go back to you are you. Okay careful these ads detail. Alabama fans These alabama fans. Your sorry but hold on. Hold on that i i just want to make sure people. Just tuning in You you talked some smack. And a couple of alabama fans swing a baseball bat at at the pin yada. You feel like you're picking yourself off the floor right now. Or what paul. We're going to beat alabama and by the way they they'd be saying he goes to the corner novoye. I'm not going to the corner. Time is still gonna kick your butts. I we're friends. I like you very much. And i feel like you've made a tremendous contribution the show but you do remember where you will at least acknowledge that you've made the same proclamation for about four straight years have been wrong every time. I know that show considering said all this and been wrong. Why should anyone believe what you're saying. Now we're all their weapons and eventually everybody goes down. I gotta go to work call. Okay you want to go to work. Don't waste. I'd get out of here as fast as i could. I like how is in a hurry to go there anyway. What is it May twenty four. Th game october ninth. Is that right. We have considerably long time to build it up but right now it looks like it could be one of the biggest games of nazi biggest game of the year in the sec. Let's get back to the calls and talk to tom. Who's up next Hello tom how you doing time. We're doing great. Thank you about this. I lost his game. He's.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Not even trying to police it. And that's the the eyebrow raising thing is you had coaches. Tell me like look. You know if the if they haven't if the ncaa hasn't done anything with basketball coaches on wiretaps what makes us think that they're going to do anything about this. And what kind of message is that sending. Yes they could look at phone records and it's pretty easy to see who's in contact with who win But again there's that plausible deniability piece in a lot of these conversations. To where if the ncaa even asks who's gonna who's gonna rat amount. Is it gonna be the college coach. Absolutely not is going to be the player absolutely not he doesn't want to risk eligibility. Is it going to be the high school coach no way because he's got to maintain relationships with all these guys to get all of this future players in good places so you need something in that chain of events to break and there's no real incentive for it to happen so it's really thing murky situation so you gotta tell you gotta on the one hand say look the probably needs to do more on the other hand. You also have to acknowledge that. What you're asking them to do is very very difficult. And you talked about in the article Alex how even high school coaches factor into this explain their role. They're almost like a conduit to players. Because you know. The the college coaches are allowed to contact high school football. There are allowed to say. Hey you got coming up in the high school ranks. So what's to say in that conversation to say look I know we lost joe smith at state university. We were really close recruiting. Him doesn't seem like he's getting the playing time there is he happy coaches gonna obviously answer that question say well. He's not happy we're interested. That's the that's the essence of these conversations. So it's it's talking to coach now where it used to be a conversation.
How the media covered up the Hunter Biden story — until after the election
"Have no idea what is going on with Hunter Biden. That's because a corrupt press covered the story up. His little question. Hunter leverage his father's position as vice president to enrich himself, accepting money from China, the Ukraine and possibly Russia. The Department of Justice Now looking into Mr Biden, because he may have not paid taxes on all that money we don't know, and he is innocent until proven guilty. Now the controversy was tamped down because the corrupt corporate media has no interest in damaging Joe Biden. Twitter and Facebook actually censored the story, classifying it as lacking context or misleading information. When users published the initial article from The New York Post. More than one million tweets were flagged on the platform. In the 1st 24 hours. That's incredible. President Trump mentioned a report during his 60 Minutes interviews asking quote. Why did Hunter Biden get $3.5 Million from Moscow? Reporter Lesley Stahl's response. Is this really an important issue for the country? All these things have been investigated and discredited. Well, that's not true. 60 minutes has not issued a correction. CNN president Jeff Zucker told his staff. So I don't think we should be repeating unsubstantiated smears just because the right wing media suggests we should MSNBC's Joe Scarborough told his audience. The hunter Biden story is obviously made up. And is the stupidest October surprise ever. The story was barely mentioned in The New York Times Washington Post. That was all before Election Day. After the vote, Attorney General Bar confirmed the federal probe into Hunter Biden. He should have done that sooner so Americans would know the truth. Last week. President elect Biden was briefly questioned on the topic. He once again dismissed the allegations entirely. Will oppress Hammer. Joe Biden on how his son obtained Million's during his time is vice president. Probably not. Well, the DOJ or IRAs. Uncover the truth. I hope so. But I'm doubtful.
"I i would love to hear you talk about you know. Five years ago or for this work was really such a central part of your life. One days weeks look like and was it sort of a slow transition to being so daily weekly constantly active in food justice or or was there a moment where things really changed overnight. I five years ago. I really started to shift working in compliance and like research basically wanting to be more involved in community health in public health stuff. And i started to get more involved than nonprofits. Who do a lot of culturally relevant to the food workshops around la understand food in different ways and the just kind of got super curious going to like health conferences and the progression was slow. But i knew. I was hunting for it. I'm like there's gotta be some way for me to plug in with a skill. Set that i have to make an impact when i met outreach groups doing this That completely shifted. That's that's when i was like okay. This is where i wanna be. I scaled down my interest and kind of try and understand academics of health in really really doing more groundwork and two thousand seventeen start to literally make burqas britos and my kitchen and going out on saturday morning with with with the crew and like handing them out. And that's when really like. I started to turn because i start to see in person what was happening scarborough nachos in food but like public health wise just so many things just kind of colliding and it it matter that i saw it in person in matter that i had a team of people to bounce ideas off of so that we could figure out different ways to build support making homemade meals for folks Grow that was beautiful. I was doing that for like months. But i felt i started to feel like there was something else that was walking. I love what we were doing. But i felt like this isn't enough like i'm happy to be going out there and and giving hot meal i love to make for folks making them feel like loving care for but there's gotta be another piece that we can do because i was like this isn't enough. Something's data change without this people out there trying to figure out the policy and everything else attached so why the city has failed our house neighbors for people who are listening to this far from la or who are kind of far from this work. Maybe you can talk a little bit about services not sweeps and explain what is services not sweeps at this point where coalition of about forty plus different organizations became together about two years ago basically creating demand for the city to provide different services for an house neighbors and basically just not use criminalization and sweeps to take care of our homeless problem in los angeles so sweeps meaning like literally clearing away places where people have been living correct. Yes yes in the beginning. It really was us just as a coalition of different organizations in los angeles coming together. It's like based on the expertise of of different folks within the coalition that we came up with a list of demands because homelessness not going to go away anytime soon and we just wanna make it easier also better for our neighbors to be able to survive we figure out the housing solution for it and all that owes a model created to ed really led by an housed leaders within our coalition has a lot of our work is also informed by them very much that includes my work fisher and food. And we're still continuing right now. Where a lot of work is sometimes. We'll be attached to efforts in from from vietnam or from from different folks it's evolved so much especially under The i personally feel. The city has become more harsh neighbors in. That's been like a nightmare to try to. Fight has also been very vocal of politicians. Not putting their names were few district bution because almost like virtuous person but like no you like are pushing for sweeps almost like violent acts against humidity. But then you're gonna tell me that you're you know you're trying to see them on one hand and then you're you know you're not caring In the other. And so it's almost like feels like such a patchwork way for politicians to make themselves look better and i mean none of that right. Who can say not like. You're not doing good thing for giving someone like a hot meal. You know about groceries but i feel like historically politicians especially in local government used that too so that they don't do their job.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"It's the best explanation. I've heard for a silly rule we. We'll take a break chris. During in the final hour. More of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five to listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. We mentioned earlier. Texas went down at the end of the game to iowa state at home in san merrill l. Anger was asked. If tom. Herman got the most out of these players who have coaching generals the problem. He said that's the million dollar question. Everybody's trying to figure out the last ten years harley an endorsement of his head coach wow herman could he be in trouble at texas probably should be. Let's talk to todd in georgia. Hey todd gerrad head. Hey paul how are you doing great thanksgiving you and your whole team. We did it. Everyone's well thank you Wanted to just comment quickly. I thought you you were very accurate with your Qualification of the nc double a. rule of coaches Being affected by the virus not being able to have any type of contact with with their players. You know in game time Scenarios there that's maybe get some type of explanation. I looked up the rule and the rules. Specifically there's two rules one says there can't be any voice communication for anyone to the field from anywhere other than in the press box and the other real talks about ninety minutes before the game. No communication. i'm pretty sure these rules were in effect prior to cove it. I think they're highly interpretive. I still believe that saving if he wanted could communicate indirectly to is to someone who could communicate to his staff. But i don't think they really want sabin calling the game from his living room right right. Yeah i mean like. I said i just. There are things that are certainly inexplicable. I think with regard to that whole thing but Another thing paula kind of has been bothering me a little bit. And i don't know maybe you can shed a little insight that the the whole situation with defense is you know. I don't think just have to see but you can even go on a level and professional football where you know defenses. Have become a little bit Encumbered by some of the new rules and formats. And you know. And i realized sort of the cultural change with with regard contact and and you know the whole thing was targeting. You know helmet-to-helmet contact but I think that's something maybe that needs to be looked at seriously down the road. I know you know arkansas had a player that was expected A week or two ago and one of their games with real question call and and i was watching an nfl game not too long ago. Where the defensive team For the defense was was penalized for Player lowing their head with the intent to initiate contact and it gets frustrating. Because i'm a defensive minded prepa guy in you know in thinking in terms of of the nature of the sport and in how things have changed and understanding what they're trying to do for player safety you know i get that but i think it's kind of gotten a little bit out of hand in is great of a job is all the officials. Do you know with regard to Officiating a game. Don't you think that that's something that maybe in the off season needs to really address and looked at You know with regard to those types of plays and fennel least todd. That's a good suggestion. I will try to get to where we are running out of time here. Let me Take us to the break. Chris during the final hour. We've had so many great guests on a very busy friday before the big college football weekend after thanksgiving stick around. We have one more hour to go..
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The money began on a greyhound. Bus and drive down to miami and talk to coach sabin. Only way was going to work was letting couch and if they'd stop saying well wonder what is going to say about it or what about this person. I don't really care what everybody says about. You wanna coach. Who's in charge. You wanna coach. That can take the lead wanna counsel coach sabin. It can have the vision and have the strong hand to run. The program wants to one. Guess what if he fails he gets fired. It sad simple. And i'm going. I'm glad they did it. Because i was getting tired of especially getting tired of losing to auburn. Yeah i mean that was really the impetus because at the time. Tommy tucker ville was i think i remember. He was raising the six and seven figure fingers at the end of the iron bowl. Of course. now. You've got tommy upper volta to kick around as a united states. Senator joe. well. I never do that but i do. Remember and it seems to me. These are like good times for us so these are like the old days rest because it seems like. We've talked a lot of friday nights before iron. I remember one time. You tell me that i get you in trouble. Because after tommy tucker villa held up six fingers after beating this time i called you know i think the next year i called him a middle aged loser bear bryant bryant had more class than that would never hold up six fingers mocking a bunch of eighteen year. Old kids said he'd beaten. And i remember you telling me bad. Unfortunately coach top bill was listening at the tide and maybe commies but you know. The thing is with coach. Somerville now senator. I will tell you. Jared for him a lot more as senator for the great state of alabama than i ever did his auburn coach. Because we're one country and we've got to learn. Republicans and democrats gotta figure out at some point how to new this country for. We've had a rough twenty years. And so i'm wishing give nothing but success in the united states senate. Hey it's your homie. Sorry it's your home. I know you don't like it when i call myself your homie.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We welcome you back to the program. The second half begins with joe scarborough. Many will perhaps remember many many years ago in fact in two thousand and six when joe made his first appearance on this program after an op. Ed in the birmingham news. Cinching the alabama administration for not going after the best urging them to hire someone like sabin. They obviously followed his advice. He's in alabama grad of course and look where we are so many years later joe returns to the program used a colo one of the co host of morning. Joe obviously on msnbc show. We liked because josie graduate of alabama. And a lotta agree in florida willie. Geist is of course a vanderbilt. Manny tells us that every day and joe's co and wife Somehow missed the memo. Going to williams. Is that right. I mean come on what's wrong geico. I can't explain the call. I'd never even really heard of williams before i met me gets not. It's i. I mean see school. Starting to play williams. How are we supposed to know about him. Well it's got a pretty good reputation. Joe a lot of talk you about but i to talk about your new book i saw. I was watching all week. Is as you unveiled. Its church surely going to be another bestseller. You've had quite a few already. The name of the book saving freedom. It's truman the cold war and the fight for western civilization and clearly. This was a book for the times as this world is in a very unique situation. I'm going to sit back and just listen as a student. Because i've loved conversation all week on your show and i want you to share with our audience. The thought behind this book and the process as well. Well harry. Truman has always been a hero when people get into my office in washington. Dc there were two presidential portrait south. One of course was of ronald reagan. Who was the reason. I got into politics so nobody was ever surprised by that. But they saw harry truman. So they never. Why does this fire-breathing small government conservative. Have a picture of harry truman. And the reason why was in the scarborough household we were all conservatives but we define conservatism first and foremost on where you stood on the cold war. Where your cold maurier were you. And where do you stand on fighting soviet communism and that passed down for my grandparents. My parents to me. And you know ronald reagan and george h w bush ended the cold war. But it was harry truman. That actually started it and he started at a time when there are a lot of isolationists and both parties didn't wanna do it but he understood that stalin and the soviet union couldn't be a anymore than hitler could have been a p send years before so he worked with republicans and democrats alike and he'd passed the truman doctrine which contain stalin of the soviet union. He fought really hard to pass. Nato fought really hard to the also. Pass a marshall plan and together all of the things that he did stop sahlin from going initially decrease in turkey but also going into western europe and as winston churchill. Sad when harry. Truman went home to independence missouri. No man did more to save western civilization than that man and for winston churchill. Say that that's pretty high honors it so interesting because church show In spite of everything he did You know became very unpopular at the end of world war two he later became one of the most iconic people in world history at truman left. He had the lowest presidential approval ratings in history. I'm really curious about the turnaround for truman in terms of reputation. So you're right. Winston churchill in one thousand nine hundred forty stood alone against the world stood alone against adolf hitler and nazism and were it not for churchill and were it not for the raf. I were it not. For britain going through its finest hour as churchill himself said. This is our finest hour Then would have most likely one world war two but churchill stayed in the fight and even after all that at the end of world war two. He was voted out and of on election night when it was obvious that this manage would saved. Western civilization was going to lose. His wife. clementine said to him well. It could be a blessing in disguise as a blessing in disguise. It is the most. Diabolically disguised blessing. I've ever seen in my life. When i hear and term we can say the same thing that truman saved western civilization. He saved western europe. He did all of the things that were required of him to do and again he forged alliance with republicans suit had been isolationist before world war two wanted to be isolationists afterwards and and convince them that they could not turn their backs. On joseph stalin or else they would find themselves in the same position in progressive. Democrats also did not want him. didn't want shirt Truman to be able to push aggressively did against all of the soviet union but he forged a middle path he got reelected in eighteen. Forty eight and yeah. He went home and nineteen january. Fifty three is very unpopular president but took him out thirty years for the rest of the world birth to catch onto a what churchill had said about a tribute saving western civilization and historians started recording him as a great Are nearly great president now and then a biography. A biography came out a believe it was in the late seventies really caused. Everybody reassess truman and he has like i said he's been considered a great or near great president. Ever since the name of the book saving freedom our guest. Joe scarborough the former a republican congressman from pennsylvania. Now of course a talk show host. I i as i mentioned in the intro became friendly with joe When we began talking during the final days of mike shula and another bungled coaching search by alabama. And and y'all wanna pick. I won't let you pick the story up. Because i have said on your show and i remain steadfast op-ed alabama would have ended up with nick. Sabin so go back if you wouldn't mind. And give us the impetus behind that that stinging article. And what happened after that we all know. Is it some of the most amazing moments in college football history. But i hit grown more and more frustrated with alabama and the way that the athletic department and the way the administration had been running searches and it seemed that there were about twelve people involved. Thirteen people involved fourteen people involved. And if you didn't touch the cloak and bear bryant somehow they weren't gonna considering and of course i. Coach bryant remains a hero of mine. Greatest college football coach ever. But what. I what. I said after we get insulted. One more time and even got turned down by rich rodriguez and point said enough said mouth and it and it seemed like there was this tight club and nobody wanted to out. Nobody wanted to speak truth to power. So i wrote an op. Ed for the birmingham news and it was pretty clear. Okay do you want to win or do you want to lose it you you got higher one guy that doesn't have to answer to. I won't say their names. I don't want to upset anybody but tin former football players and a couple of former assistant coaches this person that person you need to have a strong football coach nick sabin and it needs to be coach has complete power. He answers to the president. And that's it. And if you can't do that i don't care whether you're running a baptist church in pensacola florida or whether you're running a football team Whether you're running the football team in tuscaloosa alabama whether you're running a cabinet in a in in washington dc you've got to let leaders lead and you gotta get a strong leader. At the time. I said they you know they needed either. Look at count savior. They needed to look at steve spurrier and i said if if this is too complicated for them i will pay pam..
"scarborough" Discussed on Kickass News
"Now joe scarborough. Host of msnbc's morning joe recounts the historic forces that moved truman toward his country's long twilight struggle against soviet communism in his new book saving freedom. Truman the cold war and the fight for western civilization and today joe joins me on the show to talk about our mutual affection for the politician dismissed as the strange little man from missouri. Why truman couldn't even get respect from his own. Wife and mother-in-law and how historians have gradually rehabilitated. The legacy of the thirty third president joe tells the story of the twin crises that kicked off the cold war and the speech that redefined foreign policy we discuss out. Truman pulled america out of its isolationist past the republican senator. Who helped him do it. And how they forged a bipartisan coalition. That held for more than seventy years and eventually defeated. Communism then discusses donald trump's efforts to reject the truman doctrine and undermine longstanding alliances such as nato the degree to which president elect biden can undo trump's disastrous foreign policy and weather joe. A former republican congressman. Thanks he'll ever return to the gop coming up with joe scarborough in just a moment. Joe scarborough is a new york times. Bestselling author washington post.
Democrats, and the Latino vote
"Yesterday I had to make to DECAF coffee so To DECAF. This week it's been that way. Hey, welcome to think. And it's Friday and it's Friday before Election Day. And I'd. Giddy or something like that or depressed. I don't know I'm like. I'm. Not. Really. In should sometimes but anyway no, but I've been really focused. Well, I'm really happy to hear that because he knows our first topic is. Oh my God five days away from the election is when we are recording this Friday before the election. So, it's a matter of. Funny how much attention to the Latino vote to the black vote and you know I'm thinking a lot about the particular groups that are not being polled. Yeah. So you and I have been really talking about Nitty Gritty subsets like, for example, the Cuban Venezuelan Americans in Florida who are tending to vote Republican. But again, what's happening to their kids? You know if you throw religion into the mix as you know this is something I've been reporting about this week. Let the next event Jellicoe, yes. Complicated Yes fascinating fast-growing group that people were like who cares about them. The Small Black Conservative movement in Twenty nineteen forty percent of black. Democrat self identified is moderate Yeah Right now it appears that support for trump among black men who? Could be on the increase and that of course is compared to twenty sixteen. And let's talk about. The Asian. American Community Twenty Sixteen Bangladeshi and Pakistani Americans voted for Hillary Clinton at higher rates than Indian. Americans, are we geeking out? Yeah. But we are because actually who you this is the message if you are a political player if you are campaign manager yes you to hyper target. These community because these are the ones that you know I didn't know what t w stood for, but that's for the win. That you said that I had to ask my son that's so adorable. I was like sweet. Please tell me what t w yours we speaking something else for the win who are you and I are not. Political campaign managers but we can see that if you target hyper target Oh. Yeah. Let's four the win but let me give you one very clear example and I'm going. EQUA- I'm watching morning. Joe I. Love it earlier this week and Joe Scarborough for the first time I think said the Puerto Rican vote in Florida and I'm simple they're going to you even know what that means and why the Democrats are still struggling to get some of the most important voters in America. You know I have done so much reporting with Puerto, Rican organizers on the ground in central Florida since two, thousand, sixteen every one of them to a T. tells me one of the Democrats GonNa get us. They don't understand that realities between the diaspora and the island have changed politically. Issues about the debt issues about our place as a colony it's okay to say colonialism. That's why I give AOL see all the credit in the world back during the DNC when she said colonialism. That's where that new voter is thinking about that relationship with being in the United States and to get Joe Biden and the Democrats are just be like, oh, we are. We're showing up here's least fancy and Ricky Martin. That's the part where I feel is being missed. I am just going to say this right now. If anyone comes after me Tuesday and says, what about the Puerto Rican voters I'm going to be like Democrats did not do a good job getting them enthused look where are the best political campaigns run in this country including Puerto Rico? Fucking Puerto Rico. Okay. So whatever it is, it's political show. Let me ask you this question about Latino. Jealous because you talked to Reverend Saito who was featured in America by the numbers. and. He's president of the National Latino Evangelical Organization that has a lot of influence with both political parties. You talked him this week about the Gel goes in two thousand twenty. Where'd you find out? Well, you know. Trump folk have been reaching out for awhile. It's been like three years. That they have been working and working and working on Latino. Evangelical interesting. So Reverend Saudi, that's what he told me. He said this is been their understanding that if you get a slice of the Latino Latina Evangelical vote that can help you in Florida. And I'm just like Donald. Trump is not that smart? We know that. So the fact that he has people in his team that understand this Florida vote. Is just like okay. Well, this is the Democrats to lose. They talk a lot about this thing that you and I never mentioned which is quote unquote religious liberty. And Evangelical Community there is a perception that religious liberties are under attack. I know we're like what really they feel that the state is increasingly encroaching under freedom of religion in this country, and then the final thing is abortion. You know that was my big lesson. Don't underestimate it. Yeah. My big MAC quarterback for years ago was I did not understand the Puerto. Rican. Vote. In central Florida could swing on the issue of abortion and because they're evangelical. But here's the other side of that one. We don't know about younger evangelical whether or not. They will just say I can't do this anymore Donald Trump and the other big state and play were Latino evangelicals. This geeky Geeky can I guess tell me Pennsylvania? You're so smart and where in Pennsylvania O.. EILL. Lehigh valley have. Latino. Evangelical vote there is more heavily towards
"scarborough" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So this's Joe Scarborough Joe Scarborough. And he wants you to know what this election that's just garbage from MSNBC. What this election is all about. Them. I really actually saw the video and It's interesting. You can look at that video on DH. I think most Americans would agree that this election is between a good man. And a bad man and I I feel comfortable say Donald Trump is a bad man. John meets him because, like you, I don't need to hear the rest. What do you voting for? Good question. I think it's a solid, solid question. I'm voting for policies that most allowed my Children to live the freest life possible. I put forth to you that Joe Biden is not a good man. Not that he's you know, this mean, asked the awful guy. But you take a look at his policies and take a look at the policies of the political left. You can't convince me that that's good. Cause he hugs a child. And some people are sending me some information. They don't know if the child had a learning disability. Or maybe there was something a little more to it. Also finding good, not my issue. In the end, I have to live in the world that people like Joe Biden want to create. Do I want that for myself? My Children, and is that good in the answer is no, It's not. It's fundamentally not good. Why is that so hard for people? And how dare they think they have some kind of moral clarity? Too good and not good. They have decided because of their politics that if you don't agree, 100%, you're bad. They'll attack you the lie about you. They yell. They're going after a woman for nodding her head in agreement with Donald Trump. These people out of their heads. They're they're going to decide. Morality. I've the little people of of Indianapolis nipping at my heels. They're going to decide morality. You're still insignificant. Don't make a name for yourself. No one's stopping you. Don't try and do it on my back and go work. This idea of good And bad. It's an election for President, United States and this is the childlike antic. We're going with good man versus bad man. If you can break it down to that. I don't I don't know how to help you. If you break it down to policy. One allows you to live your life and one really things that they should live your life for you. And I could debate that with anyone. Mad Bear has traffic..
Virgin Australia CEO Paul Scurrah resigns after Bain shake-up
"It been an extraordinary fortnite for Virgin Australia in a few weeks virgin will come out of voluntary Administration, but it's future remains far from certain wage. Following the extraordinary Revelations this week that CEO Paul skaara will leave the organization as soon as Bank Capital takes control of the company in early November replacing skaara will be for Majestic Geneseo. Jane heard liquor who is reportedly feared by unions as a ruthless and heartless negotiator. Officially Paul scar has has he made the decision to step down after discussing his family. He said that the time feels right and that he knows the business will now be in good hands, but there are very strong rumors that skaara was forced out of the position or chose to leave because he fundamentally disagreed with action Bane is taken the airline back when Bain Capital was announced as the preferred buyer of Virgin Australia many feared that rather than doing what they said. They were going to do the US private Equity Firm couldn't be trusted and could just slash-and-burn ahead of a quick sale of the airline and for many their worst nightmares, and now coming true the removal of CEO Paul Scarborough log. View Bain Capital had repeatedly and publicly backed since they agreed to buy virgin only scratches the surface. Unfortunately, the new owners are also now trying to negotiate with the various unions and those negotiations over Enterprise. Bargaining Agreements are not going. Well. Ben wants to slash Pilots pay by around 30 to 40% and cut flight attendant pay significantly as well flight attendants would also lose lose their overnight allowance, which is around $125 a night each night that they're away from home and their Duty time limit would also be increased from 9.455 to 12 hours per shift which would make same-day return trips from Sydney or Brisbane and Perth possible versions customers are also starting to feel let down many have not received refunds for flights that Vision had canceled and earlier this week. It also emerged that version cab and crew are taking sick leave to avoid dealing with business class passengers that are unhappy about being served. Noodles as the in-flight meal and unfortunately, that's a pretty accurate reflection of where virgin is right. Now in fairness to Virgin their website does say that complimentary meals and the purchase of additional food and drinks will not be available on board, but they do promise that each guest is going to be served a snack and water regardless of the cabin and even that's not really happening at the moment virgin is a sub so long on stock that it's now rationing the snacks. It serves to economy class passengers and there's no longer any Diet Coke or wine for business class passengers, they're out and not getting any more stock but catering worries aside. There is still also no indication. If or when Virgin Australia's lounges will reopen there's now speculation that bank Capital could close even more lounges than they originally announced an a virgin is also cutting some of the benefits offered to frequent flyers when traveling with International partner Airlines velocity frequent flyer announced this week that it will no longer award points or status Chrome. On any code-share flights with a VA flight number that operated by International partner Airlines in addition velocity members no longer have access to any Alitalia Hainan Airlines or Hong Kong Airlines airport lounges velocity Point upgrades on Delta are being discontinued and velocity members can no longer request complimentary Comfort plus upgrades when flying with Delta life in or to the United States
Boston - Rip Current Rescues Reported At Hampton Beach
"To the beach this weekend. Lifeguards urging swimmers to use caution after a spate of rip current rescues in New England. Lifeguards at New Hampshire's Hampton Beach said they made 83 rescues on Thursday alone at main Scarborough Beach, say park lifeguards rescued eight kids from rip currents That same day, The National Weather Service warns Rip currents can happen at any time. Pat Murphy, chief of the New Hampshire State Beach Patrol, reminds people that the key is not to panic and not to try to swim against the rip. Current. Instead, people are encouraged to swim parallel to the shore to escape. The current and
Twitter apologizes for Trump pushing conspiracy theory on Scarborough intern death
"Get a headline here on drugs Twitter apologizes for trump tweets this about trump tweeting that Scarborough murdered somebody and a lot of people that what he is trump doing why is the punching down why is he wasting time on Scarborough I have no idea folks will just tell you something everybody is acting so outraged the trouble to queues Scarborough of murder what what trump's been accused of for three years treason being a traitor one thing about all kinds of stuff what what they have done to Donald Trump and his family maybe trump's just dosing out some medicine okay Joe how does it feel to spot the Scarborough's been one of the guys on that network that has been promising him a shoring everybody trump said traders the trump was a Russian agent and the Scarborough didn't say it here comes an endless parade of guests to be happy to say I don't I don't know why trump is doing it you know trump is trump
Should social media outlaw falsehoods?
"NERDS. At nerdwallet DOT com. I have two thoughts on Social Media. Today one is about misinformation. The other is the subject. We've talked a lot about here. Be careful with what you post because it can ruin your life. I'm Jefferson Graham. Yelena talking tech and we'll begin with the president. I really don't like to delve into politics here because the minute I open my mouth while I daily half the audience but here we go. Donald trump likes to mouth off on twitter. I think that's fair. Fair statement and he likes to say whatever crosses his mind without an editor to Raynham in sometimes. Those statements are flat out wrong but they stay up there as part of the public record lately he's been attacking. Msnbc host Joe Scarborough in claiming that he was to blame for our former staffer of his. Who DIED? The staffers family wrote an open letter to twitter. Ceo Jack Dorsey demanding that the tweet be taken down because it was untrue but as often the case with social media the platform refused. I believe because they don't want to get into a high profile battle with the White House. What a newsmaker a public figure can say but for the first time twitter did say that he would label. Trump's tweets alleging mail in ballots as fraudulent and direct users to get the facts through legit new stories a twitter spokesperson said the tweets contained quote potentially misleading information unquote and have been labelled as such as the Washington Post. Put it for. It's fourteen year existence. Twitter has allowed misinformation by world leaders in everyday citizens to spread virtually unchecked. It's leaders have long. Said that users would engage in debate on the platform and correct false information on their own. That didn't exactly work out because the false information just stays up there and many people take it as fat. What's your position folks? Should people be allowed to use facebook twitter and Youtube as places to say anything they feel like or should there be community standards? That are adhere to personally. I don't think social media should be the Cesspool I think editors are good thing I think if you're using social media to blow off steam you should have a draft to your post. Let it sit for a day and see how it reads the next day before going public because a post can ruin your life. Just ask Amy Cooper. She's the woman who declined to have her dog on a leash in central park and when asked to do so by a black band she declined as the conversation. Got More heated. She said that she was being threatened. And she would call the police and say that she was being threatened. By an African American he recorded the whole encounter and posted the video on facebook and twitter.
Trump links Scarborough to unfounded conspiracy theory
"For a for a family has pleaded with Donald Trump to stop spreading a debunked conspiracy theory about Joe Scarborough the accusation was that the president took to Twitter on Wednesday noting the firing of Matt Lauer at NBC news and then in the process took aim at MSNBC's Joe Scarborough over death occurred in Scarborough's Florida office when he was a member of Congress let me let me just save you a we'll wait terminate the president asked low rating Joe Scarborough based on the unsolved mystery that took place in his Florida office years ago investigate now the president appeared to be referring to the two thousand and one death of Lori Austin's a twenty eight year old lady who work in Scarborough's office of the time when he represented Florida's first congressional district the cost of staff is not an unsolved mystery authorities determine sixteen years ago sixteen years ago the she died after losing consciousness from an abnormal heart rhythm and collapsed right in your head she was discovered in Scarborough's office in fort Walton beach why not are back with their head near a desk according to the police report by the way Scarborough was in Washington DC he was even there he was in his office in Washington the circumstances of her death on July twentieth two thousand one have prompted a lot of conspiracy theories some of which appear to persist but the authorities found no foul play was suspected and that her death was ultimately ruled an accident by the medical examiner now after trump's insinuation that Scarborough had something to do with her death the morning Joe co host refused to engage the president he tweeted look looks like I picked a good day to stop responding to trump's bizarre tweets you thought well yeah this is amazing because the president has lashed out at Scarborough calling him psycho Joe slamming his low rated show threatening to tell the real story of he is in secure a longtime girlfriend I mean this is this is the kind of nonsense from nineteen ninety four to two thousand one Scarborough served as a Republican congressman the young woman who died served on his staff for the last two years he was in office and we know that this whole thing is a fraud it's a fake and what does the president do he continues to attack bell if it happens that the young woman who died husband is still alive and he pleaded in an email to the president please stop this you're hurting us you're hurting the family
Twitter Points Users To Fact Checks Of Trump Tweets For The First Time
"Platform Twitter has faced calls to delete or mark tweets from president trump what he suggests in a baseless conspiracy theory that MSNBC's host Joe Scarborough killed a woman and while the platform said Tuesday it doesn't have any plans to take action against those tweets he did however flag another tweet of the president's this time in regard to his baseless claims that mail in voting will lead to widespread fraud the tweet has a blue caption underneath that reads get the facts about mail in ballots and points to articles that show there is no evidence to support the president's
Trump Pushes a Conspiracy Theory and Falsely Accuses a TV Host of Murder
"Any group president a murder conspiracy theory and a pain family thank you very much everybody at the letter from a way to work that's calling attention to president trump's open embrace of false theories last week to medical students wrote to the CEO of Twitter urging him to delete tweets by president trump that suggested his wife Lori was murdered in the letter obtained by The New York Times close to this as the quote conspiracy theorists including most recently the president of the United States continue to spread their bile and misinformation on the platform disparaging the memory of his wife Laurie because soon as died in two thousand one president trump has repeatedly spread the baseless idea that her former boss current cable news host Joe Scarborough might have something to do with her death late today at the White House the president doubled down it's a very suspicious thing and I hope somebody gets to the bottom of it today Scarborough who is frequently criticized president trump said the claim compound the family's grief whether it's the president are whether it's people following the president it is on speaker bully
Widower: Delete Trump Tweets suggesting wife was murdered
"President trump's tweets suggesting then congressman Joe Scarborough murdered a woman two decades ago are drawing a reaction from the woman's husband Laurie closer distance body was found in Scarborough's Florida congressional office in two thousand one she had a heart condition and medical officials ruled she hit her head after fainting and did not suspect foul play but the president's repeatedly tried to implicate Scarborough now an MSNBC host and fierce trump critic Timothy close it is says the president's tweets violate Twitter's rules and should be removed saying the president is among conspiracy theorists spreading bile and disparaging his wife's memory Twitter says it's deeply sorry the statements are causing pain but did not say it will do anything about the president's tweets Sager made Donnie Washington
A groundbreaking terrorism charge against an alleged incel
"You probably don't remember the name Ashley. Noel are Daca even if you heard about her killing when it happened police tapes around the crime scene here at the crown. Spa near Wilson and Dufferin. An active investigation is underway. One woman in her early. Twenty S is dead falling a stabbing earlier this afternoon and to others. Who are also involved in. The incident aren't hospital. The Grand Scheme of the new cycle at the time it was a small tragedy with victims and violence and a first degree murder charge and a court date to come at some point. The crime happened at the end of February. Just as newscasts were starting to be dominated by the emergence of covid nineteen so the story got lost until Tuesday when the charges against the accused were updated and two words were added right after murder terrorist activity and this is important because I the image that those two words might conjure in some minds is not even close to what police say happened here and second because certainly in Canada and quite likely around the whole world. This is the first time that charge has been used in this way. Every murder in Toronto is a tragedy. Every murder should be covered and every victim should be mourned. And we probably know that. That's not always the case. So what is it about this one? That might leave a legacy that is significant to victims and activists across the world. What might those two words at the end of the charge change in our fight against misogyny Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story? Stuart Bell is a reporter with Global News and he was part of a team of journalists. Who broke this story? Hello Stuart. Why don't you start by telling me what we know about what happened on February twenty? Four th in as much detail as you can well as about noon on a Monday and The owner of a A massage parlor in Toronto Heard some loud noises coming from a back room and she went to see what's going on and a man came out with a believable machete started attacking her. She was actually able to wrestle with a bad and eventually stabbed him as well and so the to them came outside covered in blood. Witnesses saw them. Come outside the storefront Bleeding heavily and police arrived. They found the body of a woman inside at twenty four four year old woman and they arrested the young person who was injured at the scene at the time they charged him with first degree murder and attempted murder but it was always a big question. Mark over this particular killing as to why. What was the motive for it in there were? There was some especially given Toronto's history with the in cells in the two thousand eighteen van attack. There was some speculation. No could this be but it was only yesterday when the charges were laid in court when we finally got the confirmation that in fact Police are alleging that this was an insult attack. Let's start with The victim of the attack. What do we know about her? And I guess about the place where this happened like set the scene for us a little bit so we have some context for for the charges while it's an erotic massage parlor if you read their website they certainly don't conceal the fact that You know there perhaps a little bit more than massage other certainly encouraging a certain type of Clientele. The woman was killed was twenty four years old. She was a mother. The woman who was injured was thirty years old believe she's described herself as the owner of the of the business She had some cuts honor arms. You know sort of defensive kind of wounds. We know why this particular place was targeted. We don't know for sure but certainly from other in related attacks over the years we've seen places targeted for example a Yoga Studio in Florida just because the attacker believed that was a place where he could find women which were really his target right so that may have been the case here as well. What do we know about the alleged killer? Well we don't know much in can't say of what we know. Because he's a youth he seventeen and therefore his identity is protected by the Young Offenders Act. It's just not even possible to discuss anything that would reveal his identity but we do know from our police. Sources that Following his arrest he made statements that put him in line with cell ideology. One police source told OUR CATHERINE MACDONALD A Global Toronto that he wanted to kill as many women as possible. We also heard that. He said he was familiar with the Toronto Van Attacker and the author of what is considered to be the in cell manifesto for police to come out and say outright that they believe this was inspired by ideology You can bet they must have some either from his own statements or his maybe as online usage or maybe both they probably have evidence that certainly leads them in that direction. Can you explain the significance of the way? The police have changed the charge. What does it mean? Well it significant on a bunch of levels. You know if you look back at the history of terrorist attacks just in the last couple of years There was the the van attack in Edmonson. There was The Quebec mosque shooting was the the Toronto Van Attack. In twenty eighteen in all those cases. Either certainly things that looked like textbook terrorism but in none of those cases where terrorism charges brought with the prosecutors did in those cases was basically say We're charging you with first degree murder or attempted murder and I think the the reasoning behind not pursuing terrorism aspect of that is it really doesn't add anything in the end result and it may be even makes the prosecution more difficult. Because you've got to prove the motive. The motive was somehow terrorism related. But I think you'll probably have noticed. There was a lot of push back to that. Why was the Quebec Mosque? Shooting not officially considered terrorism. Why was the the Toronto Vanak not treated as an act of terrorism? I think that caused a lot of confusion in a lot of people were upset so I think it's entirely possible that we've seen a bit of a change here Don't forget three days before this massage parlor attack. There was another attack. There was a woman in scarborough on sidewalk when she was attacked. By a man with a hammer in killed he was also arrested and charged with the same murder terrorist activity charge and he was alleged to have been a supporter of is this ideology so in that case they they did lay that terrorism charge. So I think when you look at those two cases together for probably seeing Abbot of a sea change in terms of prosecutors in police saying look I think it is it is important that when terrorism happens we treat it as terrorism that we recognize it for what it is and you know even though it not change the length of time that the person will spend in prison. It's important for the community to have it recognized for what it really is and I think there's another significance as well and I've heard this from sources over this particular case which is one of the best ways to interrupt. Terrorism is for people to recognize when individuals are going down that path of violent radicalization so for parents for example. We're talking about a seventeen year old in this case for parents or friends or people that are around our teachers people that are around someone to have a better idea of what terrorism looks like how people behave when the radicalizing in into to intervene when they see that happened to get that person help before they end up picking up a a knife for were renting a van and mowing people down and so I think by the hope is that by prosecuting. These types of things as terrorism Dell help raise awareness among people. Terrorism is not just nine eleven. It comes in different forms it can be just a young person online radicalizing attaching themselves to a cause and deciding to go in and pick up everyday objects as weapons and to do something in their mind for their cause. So I think that's the other significance is hopefully benefit in terms
Kishore Mahbubani says COVID-19 won't stop China's rise
"These days for China there's been an economic slowdown a trade and technology war with America. One of the few issues of bipartisanship in today's Washington then there have been protests in Hong Kong global criticism of Beijing's treatment of the Muslim minorities not to mention Western anxiety about the role of Y in those five G. networks and don't forget the allegations of Chinese interference in sovereign states across the region. Add to this. The outbreak of corona virus or covered nineteen and silently some pundits and they mainly in the West. They're asking whether we're witnessing communist China's Chernobyl moment what do you think well one distinguished intellectual who profoundly disagrees with all this skepticism. He's my guest today. Kishore Mahbubani is distinguished fellow. The Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore a former ambassador to the UN twice and a former foreign secretary of Singapore case. Your has risen several influential books on Asia and the rise of China the lightest one is called has China won the Chinese challenge to American Promessi as published by public phase in New York Keisha. Welcome back between the lines. My pleasure there'd be back now you've heard all these. These dial warnings about China and as I say they mainly come from listeners. What do you disagree well? I think it's absolutely certain that the return of China to his place as the number one economy in the world cannot be stopped because from the year one to the eighteen twenty or eighteen hundred of the last two thousand years the two largest economies of the world were always those of China and India so the past two hundred years of Western domination award. History have been an aberration. All aberrations come to a natural end and China's return cannot be stopped. And that's absolutely set. You say in your book that if Xi Jingping does not put in place San Succession mechanisms. America could win this geopolitical contest and bear in mind just a couple years ago. She overturned legislation on. Term Limits for presidents essentially might himself later for life. Some of these critics say that. How does that promote good governance for China and a sound succession mechanism? That will allow China to Rosza Unabated well I would say that the history of China has taught them when they have strong central government. The people benefit a lot. When this week government they suffer a lot and you look at a hundred years of humiliation. That China's suffered from the first opium war of Eighteen. Forty two right until the establishment of the People's Republic of China in nineteen forty nine. The main reason why they went through one hundred years of humiliation was because they had weak central government so what Xi Jinping has given to China is once again very strong central government this is an asset for China. I think he's going to be around as Vita for a long time. And as long as he's around. I think China will do very well. Okay will you say that this geopolitical contest that's broken out between America and China? That will continue marathon. Rice does that mean that Beijing and Washington a doomed to confrontation. Well the the reason why. I'm producing my book now. Has China one his precisely because I want to avoid a confrontation in my. I think it's absolutely unnecessary for the United States and China to get entangled in this confrontation because at the end of the day the primary goal of the United States government is to improve the wellbeing of the American people than the best way to improve the well being of the American people especially in this call. The crisis is to work with China and not work against China but of course unfortunately the United States has other goal and is the primary goal of the United States is to maintain primacy in the global order. Then that will lead to confront To leading American proponents of containing China. John Shaw. The University of Chicago Have Stephen. Walt whom you quoted approvingly in your book about the perils of American Hubris and exceptionalism but on China I disagree. They say I've been guests on this program and I've made this point Measham and casual. They say that a rising China does indeed threaten the regional status quo and Washington moreover will and should go to great lengths to ensure that China does not dominate the Asia. Pacific your response. Well I think the question is whether or not they can both live with each other In the region if if the United States by the way you know all the countries in this region many of them one the United States will remain strong player in this region. I think it'd be good for the region to have United States. Remain as strong Leah. By United States can remain a strong player without on fronting China. He can remain a strong player by working with China In in in many critical areas. And frankly if you ask the countries in the region What they would like to see they would like to see a strong China and they would like to see a strong United States. But they don't want to be forced to choose within China and the United States and we'll get to this question about choosing later on in the show but I want to stick with America. There is a consensus in the region. That America should stay but Foreign Affairs magazine. This is the Distinguished New York Journal to Achieve. Contributed this month. It faces a range of top. Foreign Policy Thinkers. They're all weighing on whether or not the. Us is in the process of global retrenchment The cover of Australia's leading Foreign Affairs Journal. This month is is called can trust America So Am I right in saying you? Don't think American showing any signs of withdrawing from Asia. Now I see no signs at all America retreating from the region and And I think that very strong as you know policy in America is to some extent made by the president but is also made by the deep state and the deep state has a very strong consensus that they got to remain very strongly Industry region. So I don't see an American of withdraw anytime in the near future but I do I do argue that the United States has got to behave differently. With China net once had One tenth the size of China's of America's GNP retailers but today China's be GNP BB. Dems is bigger than the United States. So you behave differently. Was this animal. What about that? Animals DASA more assertive. Now in your book and you listening to Katia Mahbubani. We're chatting about his new book. Has China one in your new book as show you dedicate a chapter to the question is China expansionist and you say basically China wants to respect global rules and norms but let's face it. It has ignored the ruling from the UN's Permanent Court of Arbitration. That was at The Hague in two thousand sixteen. The high concluded for those of you listening who've forgotten about this this is four years ago. Chana's conduct around the Scarborough Shoal and the Spratly islands it was illegal and let's remember Beijing has continued to build up a military prisons on artificial Alan's at drive out local fishermen and in the last few months case. Short Sean has been bullying Indonesia over the Natuna islands. How is all this respecting global order? Well you know one point. I emphasize said there were people talk of benevolent. Great Powers Turn Benevolent Grid. Power is an oxymoron. So as you know the United States today has not ratified the law. The Sea Convention. So in in some areas as China emerged behaving exactly the United States. The United States would never accept going to a tribunal to judge whether or not the United States valid or invalid claiming any area in that respect. China is behaving like the United States by just as the United States. Most of the time respects most international rules and conventions China. Also most of the time respects most of international rules in confections in many ways. China's behavior and America's behaviour is very similar in the international arena. Your critics would say that. China's maritime climbs a contested by the Philippines Malaysia Brunei Indonesia Vietnam Beijing has antagonized nations log New Zealand Australia with cyber attacks and and political interference. Nightside casual these. Not Diplomatic Wins for president. She hasn't he made some big mistakes. Well I it's it's it's interesting. It's always the rest. That is screaming very loud on this South China Sea When was the last time you heard a very strong statement from militia All of all of Philippines On the South China Sea. Why you're seeing behind. What is happening behind the scenes is a lot of diplomacy that is not reported in the Western media. Now I cannot comment on the side of the tax on Shelia and New Zealand but I I believe it was Edward Snowden revealed to us that if you live in today's world you can assume that anything you put up. There is being monitored completely by the National Security Agency of the United States. So I think what the world needs is new conventions in the cyber area and the world should work together do agree on some set of rules for what you can or cannot do in terms of cyber hacking spoke with the New Zealand professor. Anne Marie Bridie last week on this program and she told us about three investigations into Chinese interference in politics that a currently underway in New Zealand. But we WANNA go there now and finished your point. I was quite struck by a law in in your book. He sure well. You talked about the Chinese reluctance to conquer Australia quote. Future historians will marvel at the fact that even though Australia is geographically close to China. It was physically. It was physically occupied in conquered by far more distant British forces absolutely true. I mean if China was an expansionist power wrenching. Her travel all the way to Africa. He could have easily gone to Australia. Additional Australia. Remarkable accident of history. That Australia was colonized by British forces than not Chinese. I mean future. Historians will marvel. The anomaly visits Tom Switzer. On our in 'em I guess is Keisha Mahbubani the former foreign secretary of Singapore and President of the UN Security Council. He's now a distinguished fellow at the National University of Singapore. We're talking about his new book. Has China one now for some of Iran's listeners in Venice Matas whether your overstating China's rise and I WANNA put to you this very rule weakness in limitation surely because many analysts They argue that there's a ticking bomb in China it's low birthright and the aging population and this is the argument that will reduce the workforce and could potentially break social security system. How would you respond to those critics? Oh that's absolutely no question. That China faces a lot of serious Internal Challenges. Because you know it is to instill a developing country It's CABBIE DYING IF I get it right. It's still about ten thousand dollars. One-sixth debt of the United States has a long way to go before it becomes fully developed country. And that's precisely why China wants to focus on its internal development and not get dragged into an all-out geopolitical contests with the United States. So you notice that China wherever possible is trying to avoid getting entangled with the United States even though the United States clearly is challenging the United States challenging the United States charging China In many
What happens if Uncle Sam goes home?
"Support for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders indicates more and more. Americans are questioning the nation's role as global leader. But what happens if Washington Jettison? Us alliances and ended the Ford Presence of U. S. forces according to Thomas wrought in the Lightest Foreign Affairs magazine. That's a distinguished New York based journal a strategy of Retrenchment. He argues would among other things. Destabilize the regional security orders about Europe and Asia increase the risks of nuclear proliferation and aggravate the threat of major power conflict. The foreign affairs article is cold. The folly retrenchment. Why America can't withdraw from the world? The author Thomas Rod is director of the Center for the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution and is affiliated as Nonresident Fellow with the Lowy Institute in Sydney. He's based in Washington. Hi there Tom Hi Tom. It's great to be Richard and join us in cine studio. Is Doug Bandow? He's a senior fellow at the Cato Institute also in Washington a former special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and this she's scholar in residence at the Center for Independent Studies. That's a Sydney based think tank that I had welcome back. I glad to be on Tom. Tom Why do you still support a foreign policy? Strategy that Yusei quote has served the US. Whoa for decades. Well I think that the you know the. Us has had a critical role to play in Europe and in Asia since the end of our two and then after the Cold War And I think it really has worked. You know it's it's created sort of stable open and prosperous regional orders. I think if the US was to withdraw from those regions those orders will be at jeopardize some. We'd see all sorts of negative effects and I think as we look at American farm policy. Be Up to distinguish between some of the conflicts in Afghanistan and elsewhere that might make sense to to to pull back from or to to to end and the more broad sort of American commitment to international security. And I'm sort of worry that we might throw the baby out with about water in this when we talk about you know how engaged the US should be in the world but your critics would say that the US has over extended itself Particularly in nations. That don't directly affect the American national interests. I think of Afghanistan Iraq Libya many people would say strategic disaster after strategic disaster. Doesn't that undermine the case for? Us Global leadership role. Well I think that we can. We can debate the merits of of each of those and certainly in Afghanistan. Icee in the piece that it's time to end the the Board Air. I think Iraq is a sort of a tricky case because there needs to be some sort of a small presence to prevent the resurgence of Isis. And but the main point of the piece actually is that the US has not overextended in Europe and Asia. So all those cases you mentioned are sort of the Greater Middle East right there nod And Not in Europe not in Asia and I think the strategy in those two regions is basically working has worked quite well and so I don't really see the evidence of an over extension in either of those two places over extension dot band. I think we're clearly overextended. The problem is it's going to get worse. You look financially at the United States. It has a trillion dollar annual deficit for the foreseeable future without a financial crisis. Those numbers will get worse of the entitlements. Is the elderly retire? The question is how one maintains globe spanning military capable of trying to contain nations along their borders essentially everywhere and also fund other commitments. I think is going to put enormous pressure on the US budget. And I think what we see today is basically an overhang of a policy. It's inertia for policy that worked well in terms of containing the Soviet Union but doesn't make much sense when it comes to Russia and a policy that in East Asia's very complicated China's strikes me as being the major problem that we face but it makes no sense to extend ourselves everywhere for primarily concerned about China. I kept isn't a US. Pullback from Asia and Europe want that be more likely to embolden regional powers like China and Russia. I don't view Russia's being particularly strong power the stage Russia doesn't dominate Europe the way the Soviet Union threatened do so Russia doesn't have anywhere close to the relative strength towards Europe that China does Europe strikes me as being a very good example of where history suggests we should change policy changing circumstances. Meena change the policy now argue frankly. Us policy's been destabilizing. American policy towards Russia in terms of NATO expansion involvement in Ukraine and Georgia has actually provoked the Russians and has created greater problems there and argue greater threats than an alternative policy. Would Have Tom Rock. Well I guess I would sort of ask Doug if you pull of NATO or reduce the US commitment to troops in the to to the countries in the Baltics Eastern Central Europe. I mean I see the presence there as having a deterrent effect. In that if we didn't have NATO Basically have Russian incursions into those countries in greater instability. I also think NATO helps to sort of try to slow the rise of authoritarian intimate some of those countries. We have big problems in Hungary and elsewhere. I think if NATO was to disband pullback those problems get worse than that. We need to be more focused. On Democracy. In those countries that are currently in the NATO Blah if as the retentions argue the US should basically withdraw from NATO or weedy ended started military. An present there that will have significant negative consequences in another part of Tom. Wright's thesis in his Foreign Affairs as I dug Bandau is that. Us retrenchment leads to nuclear proliferation that is US allies. No longer protected by uncle. Sam would be tempted to acquire nuclear weapons of their own. Why Co that danger Doug Bandow? Everything's relative here. Sometimes you live in a world with bad choices so if the question is to the United States forever defend lots of allies being willing to sacrifice American cities to defend them or should they have nuclear capabilities. Themselves it's not so clear to me. That proliferation is such a bad thing. It's not a good thing but the question is does. The United wanted to risk Los Angeles to protect Taipei and Sydney and Seoul and Tokyo should the US be prepared to risk. You know. The United States still cities and dealing with Russia when in fact already Britain and France have nuclear weapons. Perhaps the European Union are some European defense for should also have nuclear capabilities. I don't think that it's a good alternative. On the other hand the assumption undebated you know kind of unconsidered. I think that. Us should of course maintain this Really starts falling apart especially in Northeast Asia if North Korea possesses missiles capable of hitting the United States and targeting American cities doesn't make any sense for the United States to be prepared to go to war on the Korean Peninsula. What risks are at stake? What interests are at stake? I look at that and say this really is at point to argue that. Maybe we need to reconsider. Who has want Tom Rod on that note? How would you respond to Doug? Bangles question does the. Us wants to risk of Los Angeles to protect Taiwan. Yeah I just. I just think it's really. You know in the exaggerated concern. I mean this is a very real concern. At the height of the Cold War there was a problem. Extended deterrence you know. Obviously there was a number of Said's and brinksmanship but since the Cold War the US has been able to deter Russia in Europe and Saudi. Different way you know actors in Asia what I going to the brink of a global crisis and You know that would precipitate nuclear war. Hasn't we haven't seen that pattern of crises in the last three decades so The evidence would suggest that deterrence in Europe is fairly stable. I came guests. Doug band out from Kite. When Thomas Rod from Brookings? Both prominent washington-based think tanks. And we're dividing. Tom's lightest site in Foreign Affairs magazine. The folly of retrenchment. Why America can't withdraw from the world before we turn to Australia's neighborhood in is Doug. I just want to put it back to you on this question of pulling America out of certain regions. Say the Middle East if the US pulls out of Iraq and Syria a want you just invite those suny jihadist or even the Shia militias to fill the void while they're already there. I mean the reason. Shia militias are active in Iraq is because we blew it up. I mean the notion that America promotes stability in the Middle East. I think is a fantasy the? Us helped blow up Libya now. We created the precedent that if you're dumb enough to give up your nuclear weapons and missiles we take you out who what dictator wants to follow more Merck Offi. I think the the Iraq circumstance you cannot complain about Iranian involvement there when we took out the anti Iranian dictator. So I don't see us as being able to promote relative stability in Iraq in twenty eleven when Obama Administration withdrew. Us troops that created a vacuum for those Sunni. Jihadists non-islamic stunned. I mean th this. As soon as you hottest were active. The reason we have al-Qaeda's it was created al Qaeda in Iraq which transmuted into Isis Obama pulled out following the George W Bush plan Bush could not get a status of forces agreement through when he had all the troops. So the blame Obama for this. I think is silly. And if American troops had been there there's no reason to think they would have maintained stability they would have been a target not only of Shia militias it would have been targeted Sunnis. Both sides would viewed the United States as being a problem. I told me dot band now. He he's a former Reagan. Adviser Menu reflects with I express themselves in different ways Obama trump and sands would essentially agree with Doug Bandow. How would you respond? But I think Obama. The Obama Administration came to the conclusion that it had sort of made a mistake in pulling out of Iraq in the manner in which it did because it went back in. You know to fight. Isis applied played an isis merged So I think you know. I think there's a tendency when we look at these issues you know to say the US withdraw from all of these conflicts to say. It's a Bama toward the beginning. Iraq was the wrong war. Could start it on false. Premises and Afghanistan was the good war Because it was legitimate when it began and broader than looking at the strategic consequences of both which are sort of independent of the causes right. And you know if you have a country `significant you know as Iraq in the heart of the Middle East. What goes on there has consequences and consequences for the region at a time when there is still continuing terrorism threat. I think is happening now. Let's bring it to Asia a dog. You obviously five a retrenchment of US power from not just Europe in the Middle East. I completely get that but you also support a retrenchment from East Asia question. Why China just feel the strategic vacuum left by Uncle Sam and therefore threaten the integrity of many sovereign states in the region. Doug Bandow well. China's the great challenge and the question of how to deal with China. There's no easy answer. I think the question of what America's role should be. It's clearly much more of a backup role it's not America's job to protect scarborough reef for the Filipinos me last year. Rodriguez territory announced after the Chinese Sankar ship. The US should send the navy in and start bombing. And I'm here with them. I mean it shows the danger of essentially transferring these decisions to local powers. And there's no doubt I think providing security guarantees
How scared should you be when a deadly new virus emerges?
"Dr David Fiszman is an epidemiologist at the University of Toronto. He was also a part part of the team at Toronto Public Health during the SARS crisis in two thousand and three I David Hello. Thank you for being no problem. It is my job to we kind of the voice of the audience in these situations so my first question is just basically like how terrified should I be. is not at all an acceptable. Answer answer I think not at all is probably the most accurate answer is a welcome. Yeah I mean don't be terrified. We've seen this movie before. Tell me the about the movie. So what when did we I hear about this particular virus and what were the reports. It's about three weeks ago. This is apparently now based on reports. We know this is the outbreak such as it is has probably been going on since December. The initial outbreak was in The Chinese city of Wuhan which seems to be where most of the cases are concentrated. The initial report was of a cluster of forty people who had pneumonia and fever fever and those people had the commonality that they had all or almost all been in contact with an animal market in Wuhan China in those first forty cases and this is important. There was one instance where in a household somebody. Who'd been at the market transmitted the virus Paris to someone else in their household? So you had forty primary cases and then you had a secondary case but good on China for telling Everybody and being. I don't want to say sound kind of like Jerky but like surprisingly transparent And getting this they're rapidly Chinese Virologists rapidly sequencing this new virus showing us that it's basically a close cousin of merce corona virus and SARS SARS coronavirus of course has canadians sort of having nasty flashback. Yes but it's it's one of them it in the families called the Beta Corona viruses. If you WANNA be like Dorky with your friends you say oh I think this Beta corona virus separate in Wuhan but so you have forty primary cases making one secondary case now. They're or engaged in case finding and you know I sort of looking at twitter and face palming a bit because people are saying Oh my God. It was forty cases last week. And now we're up to you know oh to forty cases two weeks ago now. It's two hundred fifty cases a few weeks later were right and that's why I asked the terrifying questions because it it does spark that emotion. Yeah Yeah I know for sure and I think we're hardwired to feel that emotion. So why are you face pumping though why my face palming So so so. We don't know the dynamics of this thing but I'm I'm working from analogy from the corona viruses. We do know which is SARS and Murs and what I'll tell you is we've seen this movie. This is this is the same as last time which is reassuring but also potentially scary in some ways. I guess we SORTA unpack that because I do have concerns. I'm a physician. I work part time in hospital roll and I also was a public health officer in two thousand and three so have very vivid memories of SARS and what a an absolute nightmare that was to get through. It's very important and consistent with this weird it's transmissible but it's not transmissible thing. It's very important to remember. During SARS stars I think it was twelve North American cities imported cases of SARS Toronto. Being one of them Vancouver was certainly one of them Chicago. New York San Francisco. Oh L. A. I can't remember the others but we were the only city in North America. That dropped this fly ball is like it's an easy fly ball is hit hit to twelve different baseball players. Eleven of them caught it rate and then they hit Toronto. And it's like Toronto. Dropped bounced all over. You know you sort of one of these humiliating and things were asked to leave the field so we had this sort of and Toronto was sort of An epic disaster last time around with SARS. Because not only only did we have outbreaks which hospital centered and that's also important and we can circle back to that. Hospital centered outbreaks. But we had our own little kind Not a cover up exactly but people started playing fast and loose with numbers to try and make the thing go away which meant that. We were the only city on planet earth that had a double SARS outbreak so we had a SARS outbreak that started and was going away by April Two Thousand and three and then came roaring back in. May I think the question is. I've talked to colleagues about this. You know this is our stress test. How much did we learn from? SARS I think in terms of clinicians the knowledge base is very different in terms of how respiratory viruses can sort of take you down down kill you fill your colleagues close your ICU. Like people get that you say SARS shorthand for that infection. Control role in hospitals is at a different level than it was in two thousand and three having lived experience with both what I worry about in terms of the Toronto health ecosystem. is the crowding. You know because that's what kicked off SARS was dude in emergency room in scarborough for hours and hours and hours and able to transmit to three other people during the emergency room visit which sets up this whole chain of transmission which results in the take down of our healthcare cure system effectively and one point one billion dollars in costs. So that's what I worry about is the is is the crowding which we still haven't figured out the physical plant of our hospitals. It also is a little bit of an accident waiting to happen. I think. Tell me what we know about this virus in particular You mentioned it's close to the other two you know. What are the symptoms symptoms? What does it do how dangerous it so it seems to and this is again is always the case with emerging infectious diseases is the more severe cases? This sort of have you know sort of put their hand up and say please count me. I'm super sick. I am in the ICU. With mystery pneumonia. So Oh please test me for all viruses including weird new fish market crazy virus right so people. People are focused on folks who are super sick and then the bigger the concentric circles around that the less the severity. The less likely you are to actually identify cases so we probably what we probably have here. Here is probably the tip of the iceberg. There's been some work you know. We all have our kind of thing that we do. There's a group at Imperial College London. Who have this? You know they've they've sort of added a Jerrycan of diesel and started up their mathematical model that takes exported cases and tries to back calculate. How large outbreak must be for you to have this many cases in Japan this many cases in South Korea and so forth based on travel plans who travel travel patterns very And they're saying that real denominator must must be about seventeen hundred cases and it's like well okay big city. It's a big place bigger break. Four thousand people die every year in Canada from influenza. So Oh you know just to put those numbers in context at any rate be that as it may. What do we know about this thing? Well the sequence of the virus is very similar muller to the sequence of SARS burs SARS origin mors probably bat origin via camels. Okay so this if you had to bat that Dot origin live animal market seafood market predominantly but other critters being sold at this market. That SARS again How'd how'd SARS from bats to civic cats? Well you know there's this very sort of Catholic lower case z Catholic dietary The kind of regime in some parts of China and people eat a lot of different critters. There are a lot of live animal markets to meet that need. So what you have is creatures. Is that normally would be widely separated by habitat or geography suddenly cheek-by-jowl and you saw this with SARS with civic cats being stored in Live civic cats being kept in close proximity to other animals and presumably the backfires getting to the civic cats that way so I I'm presuming. It's GonNa look something like that. We know so. It's not that transmissible. Usually 'cause we had forty primary cases in one secondary case right we also from our virologist friends that those I sequences of the first virus that they sequenced. Aren't that different from each other and are much less different than you would have expected if the virus had passage from person to person to person person to person says well conserved that suggests a point source outbreak right. So it's like you know it's like diarrhea outbreak at the Burger
First 5 California Launches New Campaign to Talk, Read and Sing So Kids Ages 0-5 Have a Chance to Succeed
"But on the show the deciders we like to feature people who are leaders in their field and change agents in their communities on the show I asked people to share their stories and offer insights and today we're going to do something a little unusual I am part of the team from Frasier communications on the show we're gonna be talking about how we build a campaign in very specifically about the first five California campaign in previous shows on this topic of early childhood education the importance of early childhood education I've spoken about the fact that our youngest children really represent our future and research demonstrates now that for every dollar you invest early you can get up to eight dollars back as a result of higher productivity less incarceration a more limited teenage pregnancies and many other ways and the research demonstrates that helping children early from the moment of birth to talk and read returning talking and singing to them not helping them talk of course that early can make a big difference in our brain development there's actually growth inside the brain to the team that developed that talk read saying campaign was here with me today and I'm gonna introduce them all and then we'll go back and forth talking about them so we have Eileen prince who's a senior vice president and director of client services who works every day on the first five account and her partner in that is Molly our who's our director of consumer experience has a Molly works in many ways on first five to create authentic experiences for family members for care givers and for parents amber stunned or the creative director at Frasier communications really brought on the mantra talk read sing to life and has helped us build and identity in the state of California for the campaign I've mentioned before on this show we're very proud of this campaign in particular because it's impacting parents we've been doing it for almost six years now and we have eighty seven percent awareness according to the UCLA us C. H. I. S. study that's done every year and among those of where those parents to wear over ninety percent of them say they're actually talking reading and singing more as a result of the campaign so when I talk about using communications to have a positive impact we really believe we're doing now let's start with a lean Eileen as I mentioned is the director of client services we have a full service media department in the agency but they're not here and I know I lean works very closely with them I think you talk about how this talk re saying message gets created and delivered to people not the creative part so much for the delivery of it to them through media throughout the state of California we started of all of our campaigns by doing a lot of good deep research because there's a lot of learnings that are continually changing and happening as the years go on so we use a mix of MRI or not Nielsen com score Scarborough and this gives us a lot of information about what our audiences are watching listening to and more importantly how they're changing just how they use their media so just a couple little quick nuggets to share like what's new in the the media lands out there is that on average adults are now spending almost six hours a day using their digital media so what does that mean we need to be using at more and more digital media to get our message out there to our parents and a lot of households are now cutting the cord to what does that mean no more subscriptions to a satellite they're going in using more things like Hulu live YouTube live and sling TV that's increased by fifty eight percent which is pretty astonishing Eileen I ate I think you're right as the media habits change we've got to stay on top of them hi you know you mentioned these chefs in media what about also reaching different ethnic groups and making sure we understand how to reach the most effectively yeah that's really really important so again our research helps inform but also our media partners help inform we do a really strong mix of Spanish Chinese Karan to Gauliga just to name a few and we have we know through our research where our audiences are but we also have forged really strong partnerships as a star to say with each of our stations are in language stations and they help us to create relevant messages to each of those audiences that's great I think you know we do something like sixteen languages and we're always evolving I know one another campaign we're looking at check talk out because we're targeting young people agendas ager six fifteen to twenty five years or twenty four year olds and the point is I think it Frasier we really stay on top of the media alternatives Facebook obviously being a big part of it Instagram Pinterest etcetera I'm only I know you've been really involved in the social media side of it and then extensions of the media to will be call integrations tell us about those yeah this building off of what I lean was saying about using the media the as a delivery system the messengers are really important part of that who's actually talking and who's saying our campaign messaging and that we also either work with our media partners for example with Spanish language with Univision we've worked with their star is Omar and our Heliade I'd to do content integration into their shows but then we also use ESPN and their radio talent and across the board let me explain because I don't think people know that term integration and I think this is actually an added value of Frasier being the op having the opportunity to see other people's pictures and their decks I know they often don't do this but when we work with our media partners we asked them to help us deliver the message or we call trusted sources so as part of the deal will be by the media we get these talented people I stand simply for free sometimes are modest payments to them but it's not the same as going that to them independently and we actually worked very hard to create the messaging the talking points but then they deliver and extremely authentic way that's what we mean by integration so Marin R. Heliade did videos for us right it did and it's also important to add to that that we select these messengers because they're relatable their authentic to what we're having to say so Omar not wholly recorded videos with their children and with their parents and we've had them talking about multi generational our conversations and with I mentioned earlier with the S. P. and we use Johnny hacker who's the punter for the rams he is a new dad so we had in coming on talking to other dads using sports as a way to connect and really make sure that he is relatable that his audience and his followers and his fans can trust and not just as a as a hero in their in their medium but as a regular dad that they can just listen to and learn from then follow follow emulate him I think that's really important you know we we could produce as many as fast as we'd like but having it said in their own voice I remember in particular with Omar and how are how on Helly at our hell yeah we we have discovered that there were issues with people who were learn their letters foundation another country like Mexico not being confident they even spoken well enough because our grammar is maybe as a perfect a particularly women who don't want always get to go to school all the way through so many of the women we had invokes regionalist third grade so of the grandparents of Omar and Haley I could talk about the fact that she I don't know if I should speak Spanish for talking in front of my kids but Marano Haley as it is okay it doesn't matter their brain is growing just as a result of you're talking in using words or telling stories right so some of the messages that are new ones are kind of difficult for us to express maybe in a paid spot get shared absolutely and a lot of these influencers and trusted sources have multiple channels in which they reach all of their audiences so we take advantage of all of the outlets that they have in any touch point we can have with their fans and their followers so for example with our help we'll go we'll keep what they are highly a trainer she did a Facebook live for us she's a ton of followers on her Facebook channel they tune in and she talked to them from from the could recall that carpool carpool I don't know if this plan carpal carrier right and she just talked while she was in line waiting to pick up her kids from school she taught three got online and just started talking about her day and now she's going to do and talking with their kids on the way home and the song she sang so it makes it really true now we've also had experiences with Mario I lean can you talk a little bit about Mario Lopez and getting him involved I'd love to talk about Mario Mario has really been a champion for first five California he has now three children he just added to his family just a couple months ago and he has been a true spokesperson for us across the state on his radio he speaks in both English and Spanish so he's able to again just like with Johnny hacker does for sports those listen to entertainment are following him as both a trusted source and a good friend because a lot of folks to listen to radio really do have that kinship to those they listen to in Mario has really resonated throughout the state for us and so much so that first five California's actually even recognized him for all the great work he's done in helping share the message about talk read see now they gave him an award and what and what is your state conferences which was wonderful and Mario is on I E. entertainment right we're just a show so our entertainment to manage he just changed over I think it's acts he just check this out show a Mario also has a following on IG entertainment shows he was on Entertainment Tonight now he's on access Hollywood people really believe in him and of course we go to universal studios to record with it which is a lot of fun which is love and I think trusted messengers are a critical part of what we do but we also have to develop messaging and of course even the theme talk read saying it changes everything first let's talk about how that came to be well we know that done from other brain research review and we also know from our own childhoods the songs we still remember the two the two spider in Riverview boat and and a big catalog of this the thing that is very true is that words in sentences that end up in rhyme are very are more easily remembered if you take that if you take that a K.
Joe Scarborough mourns Elijah Cummings
"Joe Scarborough news mourning the loss of a man he calls a true patriot the MSNBC host and former Republican Florida congressman says he works closely with representative Elijah Cummings during his time in office even though he was a Democrat have long term care for federal employees and and we we filters friendship that continued he was a good man and he was a great man Cummins even married to Scarborough and wife Mika Brzezinski last year Scarborough called coming to a member of our family home we loved the chair of the house oversight committee passed away this morning at a Baltimore hospital after longstanding health issues he was only sixty eight
Trump And the Whitehouse Is Beeping nutsville
"The politico founding editor use the F. word to describe trump and Washington DC they called it. what was that. Dana Carvey was it Dana Carvey mostly not confronts or something it's I have to watch myself here beat but not Seville big because in the in the headline it's the politico magazine headline story about impeachment proceedings against president Donald Trump just another day and be nuts ville afterward not so and piece by political founding editor John F. Harris is through the Washington post Harris of the post you know. your loving on the campaign trail but he was terrace of the post and not anyone over to politico to create his own independent corrupt Democrat party front groups posing as a newspaper and and that's like that's okay that's all right you know I won't mention his wife and daughter in this because I'm a much to polite for all of that that I love these headlines CNN White House restricted access to trump's calls with Putin and Saudi crown prince do you think that Obama restricted access to the phone calls that he made with foreign leaders ward where they just out on the front doorstep there they are like home delivery in Washington the transcripts of Obama's just start making the transcripts public just start making a public because I want to see the Democrats on the news media but I repeat myself respond to all bombers transcripts with foreign leaders being made public what you guys said you wanted transcripts of the president's calls with foreign leaders made public not that president they would say. yeah how dare but now we got the people on MSNBC responding to president trump's wait. where he's quoting again. pastor Robert Jeffress and Robert Jeffries expressing concern that if the Democrats go through an impeachment over something they read in the paper not high crimes and misdemeanors but all all jammed up stuff and again Adam Schiff is just making things up he's he's saying things that aren't true to his friends in the media likes no fluff against himself and they just sit there and not knowing that it's not true but they don't correct them because they're very very corrupt because like Stephanopoulos is a Democrat party apparatchiks you can Adam Schiff tweeted trump is withholding vital military aid to Ukraine while his personal lawyers seeks help from the Ukrainian government to investigate his political opponents now I mean again Hillary Clinton's campaign got help from putting himself for her political campaign to smear Donald Trump but never mind never mind all that and Jeff is going around saying that the president was coerced saying are trying to convince the president Ukraine to gin up that is to fabricate things on on but none of that is true but if you watch MSNBC for your news which one of our callers earlier today Robert clearly does this is what you get from morning joke the pigeon sisters the circle fast at the lucite block and this is something again maker that Republicans have a responsibility as do all Americans. the president is warning of civil war warning us who is actually calling for political opponents to be arrested for treason of course last week suggesting that that should carry the death penalty so calling for the death of of a political opponents because he doesn't like how they conducted themselves. in hearings last week now I I did no sense of irony it was William weld on this very show with these very hosts just last week who called for president trump to be executed for treason talk about pressure in a foreign country to interfere with and control a U. S. selection it couldn't be clearer and that's not just undermining democratic institutions that is treason treason pure and simple and the penalty for treason under the US code his death that's the only the only. laceration his removal from office. look like a pretty good alternative to you know that that is what I got a plea deal on the not only on that network but on that show one week earlier no sense of irony no memory for anything they have news timers it's like men in black they wipe their memories clear every day and start over again with the Democrat party issued talking points every morning it was just last week on that very show on that channel where they were calling for the execution of the prep not present hasn't called for the execution of anybody but on that very show that called for the execution of the present a week ago and now I just like LSD Alzheimer's brain damage half a brain just amazing amazing stuff and that passes for journalism in America and that's why pastor Jeffries made the reference to very gingerly Hey a civil war like. fracture in the nation. right and then they go he's calling for his opponents to be executed what we're what you're you're very very severely brain damaged Joe Scarborough.
"scarborough" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I was born in scarborough maine i was born in the grandstand racetrack my dad was a jockey and my grandfather was a trainer and so i started racetrack early age ours has been my my whole life racetracks pretty rough place it's a hard life i broke my tailbone broke my neck actually i'm crippled right now from horses i love horses i like being outdoors i don't believe i could work in a building like this building i'm in right now i couldn't i don't think i could deal with it being being inside an outdoors person always have been well the first time i met lease it was iran over believe it or not with a horse i was on a runaway horse the horse he would break off with you and just take off with a dead run howard up ahead until this i didn't even know her name at the time she fell to the wall rush got loose and my horse ran out of the barn up in across the street and in grand up into another born i went back across the street and make sure at least it was all right the harsh did knocker down and she was fun i guess it was about a week after that we're kind of like inseparable it's pretty well we got married a year later we decided to get married lisa was very attractive very outgoing anything for anybody unbelievable person could never i never gonna fall and here's a great person at least loved horses do anything she can do anything some of the worst i've had a real rough houses she gets got along with them right out of her hand a couple of days you know she could really change your horse a lot of people always used to say i don't know what they do huge it's hard to meet somebody like that you know saying saying you know what i mean they have the same ideas lease it i were and business together with the race horses man and wife team horses throughout the country she more or less did the train when i was out of town least you wanted to keep every horse that i bought yeah because they get attached probably four or five hundred horses bought and sold are you sad to take my horses farms that i would buy because she wanted to keep them up we're married about ten years we're in columbus ohio at beulah park racetrack and she got a real bad pain in her back expressions on her face that i've never seen before i knew it was serious i just told her luckily we're going home tonight she had cancer as a measurable disease i'll tell you late stages of what she was sick towards the end she used to always comfort her mother and me that she would go where you that she was going to choose going to be back and she was coming back as a horse it's kinda crazy all this happened but she said i'm going to be back i'm coming back as a horse i'll be back.
"scarborough" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Sorry i was like the twotrade is delayed because u2 is for their perform the joshua tree full ganja wrote we were saying the station oh doing offs hung baby so okay we're stopping right now let's get well well does actually she was overrated wow cool wow you say about the beatles wow actually come away with gesture also really heavily like like with simon and garfunkel greatest hits that's a good that's a good what i'm saying the hits joined scarborough fair is my shit you to scarborough fair there's a user china anna anna who's this those were wayne's world these ways role abc's robinson jesus hey welcome us added i heard that was like fuck cleaning clean god i have run city with you was i get out of here doing what i'm the shoo shoo shoo shoo go hang what does that you'll treat tuning i've always always have you sow to jade aleph because jay to have hit me of randomly september twenty twenty seventeen haiti this can you say we twenty bucks for gas oh not take a book so nothing live account is that happening now marcus jackson whoever the fuck you are he's asking for you keep asking me.
"scarborough" Discussed on Katie Couric
"We are at because we heard from so many of you over the last year who wanted us to put out episodes more often and hey we love doing the show and you know we really don't have anything better to do so we disfigured with al anyway we're going to do this every week starting now so we hope you are as excited as we are i'm excited because i love talking to people and now we can have even more topical conversations and we're beginning this new year with joe scarborough emeka percent ski and of course that's joe of morning joe the political talk show sometimes controversial that he and make a host every morning on msnbc john meek are kind of like charroux in share right and every will they are by earth first name henny weigh not only do they share hosting duties they also recently got engaged after much whispering about their relationship i might add yeah and we talked about that and also their relationship uh changing an oftenturbulent with donald trump we ah venture to their offices at thirty rock for this conversation which was fun even though i barely got past security it was it trip down memory lane for me meanwhile a lot of people recall president trump's blistering tweets about meek show back in june well it's sort of hard to remember because there are so many blistering trump tweet so let me just refreshed you about this particular one sexually actually to trump road i heard poorly rated morning joe speaks badly of may don't watch any more than how come low iq crazy mika along with psycho joe came to mara log o three nights in a row around new year's eve and insisted on joining me she was bleeding badly from a facelift i said no i mean i think that's probably going to go up there with the ask not what your country can do for you ray or you have nothing to fear but fear it so i think we have some things to fear anyway we clarify the nature of that particular visit tamara lago and address the criticism that they have faced.
"scarborough" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"President in his new book now i agree but it's obviously not going to work and so what are they do if that fails like everything else they've done while they don't yet know that it's not going to work in their deeply committed to it but let people need to understand the background on joe scarborough matt gates who now has scarborough seat in congress and worked for scarborough made it clear that joe talked about running for president every single day he was a congressman joe scar boro believes he should have been the republican nominee in 2016 joe scarborough believes at once trump was nominated the guy he should have picked ford vice president was joe scarborough so he is deeply bitter an envious and jealous of the president now he used to brown nodes used to hang out at mar lago and take free trips on the president's plane the florido he's a scorned he's a scorned woman neda exactly and this is on the orders this scarborough attracted trump a d i think scarborough has been attracted to women mostly the kind you pay for their services he is runs through an enormous amount of cash gordon people around him uh he's a wastrel but he's not going to be president and his deeply jealous about the fact that donald trump is alexa who is joe scarborough charles joseph joe scarborough born april ninth 1963 the american cable news host and former politician most people don't know just scarborough was a registered democrat for most of his adult why did alexa why did joe scarborough leave congress sorry i don't know that alexa what was the name of the end turn who had our brains bashed out as office soon shin shouldn't we all know her name well it's easily find 'able on guga looks me like alexa doesn't want to find it that's right alexa what.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What have paid fries one of them all of them eighty eight years old unless jeffco nines fathers there vcc don lemon tires show with this two god's on espn radio get in touch with the show any time to the one eight hundred flowers twitter feed at laboratory joe adds to got seven ninety at fox worth 24 guys it is time for straight talk at is brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts so joe scarborough has been writing songs for a long time he's got four hundred of them and most of them have never been heard by anyone because he's been paralysed by fear of judgment ever performing them quote i know this doesn't sound very rockstar but i turned fifty and i said i'm going to die and my kids are never going to see the side of me what has happened gamma why are you guys laughing abory flee at that house in just said in her breath way to read the fact sheet after the interview and allison's in a bad place today in a bad place yup he's lashing out at everybody i don't know what's happening issues cursing who was highlighted seemed like every day he finds this bed voice the red the entire dam sure she would you didn't get to it because we got sidetracked by talking sports and then dominique being very aggressive with joe scarborough blah blah blah okay he was an dummy yeah you are aggressive okay thanks care to joe scarborough why should you be i want to ask you guys this question the reported details on roger goodell a dominique foxworth endorses the idea of roger goodell making forty nine point five million dollars a year with a private jet for life and health insurance for his entire family he he's one of the few i've heard say that that sounds reasonable i think that i'm going to be able to give you some details from sally jenkins that my change your mind but go ahead and give why you think that are goodell should be paid out and sent me up well i i mean first of all i think back for the job that they w.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Uh we're gonna little uh let's see it in bathrooms i i i find it it's going to be exporting at their sats and the way and being over a year ago yeah that's not what i meant that nothing why you they built their yeah i mean you know well people ask me questions about donald trump falling thrown into get out get back to the game best that's sort of uncomfortable occasionally uh on airplanes when people start lake ellen huet i know who you are i know who you are started asking me questions about donald trump it's yeah so you usually in confined spaces the rest of the time listen if somebody watches my show wants to come up and talk to me and tell me they like watching the show that's yes no guy snow that's like that's like a great honor and you'll get a lot of people say well do you sit there and let them talk to you for so long i'm like it's it's a great honour ended the every small price for what i get to do if i hate it morning joe air six am minutes nbc your district has been on holiday album of very drummed christmas i mean higher is that you did get relates what what this is what i wanted to ask you when is it ever happened has it ever happened to joe scarborough that you were city seated in a public place doing your bathroom business and somebody wants to talk they saw you go into the store well do not heeded quite like at a huron all yeah that out okay but i just didn't know whether it's ever happen to you or someone sawyer beautiful hair go into a stall and they decided they wanted to talk to you outs where you must up without full no no he's a have opened his heart out i will tell you they have harford and people were upper arm does dozen now we'll we'll we'll wait for me to get out then will say so what do you do you accrue uh if if would have happened wherever earlier from an and i go right that helps you get any questions to others.
"scarborough" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I've always loved if you aren't already savvy to make it dirty it's a beautiful football so what total football so that'd be pretty crazy i hate i hate the way italy plays football so that was his great things would you agency ablaze joe scarborough with us aired six am wednesday morning joe does on msnbc loblino explore what you said earlier for just a second joe could you explain to us exactly how you feel what you feel for yankees and their fan base for the yankees and fm best i i think i've already explained at once i'm going to getting live in the new york area i'm just i i you know i i've eight at the yankee since 75 so it's kinda heartbeat going into the mausoleums if they call yankee stadium now at least when it was the only getting stadium i could take my kids there and say hey this is where babe ruth fit this or wear mickey mantle at that but now it's a mausoleum the seats through like you know cost you eight thousand dollars and sit in the pat it's feet they're usually empty ninety nine percent of the time i mean come on you guys yankees fans no no no we wanted to get your riled up until i i commented on every i get it with one frigate see huge indians said yeah hey let's go see the indian jack just said i will get you tickets but i do not go to yankee stadium i will not walk into yankee stadium anymore so uh but now it's but i will say this barnacle my barnacle gotten a lot of trouble for saying it yes there work every yankees team that somebody outside of new york at route four other than the two thousand one yankees steam after nine eleven this is this is a pretty damn exciting team to watch and and then they seem to be good guys earn judge seems to be a pretty good guy.
"scarborough" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Pixar jamaican crab movie for a volkan check because i'm pop abdu do that window jesus access this is not view cut the picks are checked each of fucking pair man's maher marmo berry cow dung say atop left on top of a too long life has been cheesy me there's right we are just using the more who cares in scarborough sector bed compare campaigners from scarborough out here with joe scarborough said come on was he may definitely miracles this is a little circle as does the loser who was he does have a he's a little white guys as to what free time that's what i ever to ban take him and james dolan like no one wants it here's a band yeah he was dropped album god of fucking out man joe scarborough and the way in which is joe scarborough and the some things to scarborough hour joe scarborough is the album is called before i die narciso mystified this whole mystified mystified man as i sounds like a calls in view ep joe scarborough and view on gotta while the are if you look at the cover the album looks like a painting you'd buy from skyball dan though i mean i don't see any music go okay think illicit here god he uses music on his show we're here which means guys driving grime poised drain diseases mira in a losing what is your avocado a performing name upi now the us in kazan sort of put him on me i put it in because when i seem to do permanent to get a new book the messiah i have access to this might be some nasty must be devoted now but what would you say what this guy for joe scarborough you've got us member yes so like how bath our mozell rappers like they're like also blue lake at any time between stops that get some help berra yogi was easier that's just added like.
"scarborough" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Talker radio talkers television but that list is complete in their regard i'm gonna i'm going to digress a bit as this came up last week but it wasn't until after we'd recorded i had to do things differently because it was actually at the talkers convention last week and so i had some of the talk show host but after the fact i went into the room where sean hannity was being one of the things with talkers convention as you that was better than has been the case is that everybody was one on one and you're really learn something about each of the people that were there to be the focus of attention so hannity get the freedom of speech worried and a lot of things came up about the the the socalled protests and the people that are going after him and it's the same group of people trying to go after all the conservative talk host and and then he started talking about some of the other people on the air it's really interesting a you wonder sometimes and get a chance to really talk to settle but this thing this week they came out about he and about him concede correcting this the discussion or the back and forth joe scarborough and sean hannity and why the two of them seem to be fighting scarborough is right of centre his wife did they get married brazil kenya lawyer how gauge their engaged oh so she's nodded trump fan matter of fact she and joe had looked like a pretty good argument on the show about something regarding the extent that they can still do that though yeah it is good is healthy i agree that anyway the point is that one wonders whether this is a real deal between joe scarborough and sean hannity or is just theater i don't know the i think any of them i think they're capable of anything the ever could get a lot of media attention but with the heck of a arguing about sean not a fake or though now he is that what you see is what you get the white thought you were talking about the arguments between of joe and his wife none of that mighty argues the show and and it's sean is bit of all i would only go with the hannity for real on one what do you mean the ease not in it i mean hannity.