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CNN's Jake Tapper Slams Major Corporations for Being 'Blinded' by Chinese Cash
"But Jake tapper mainly because of his concerns over paying Shui. Paying who is the tennis player? Am I getting that right? Accused China's former vice premier Jean galo of sexually assaulting her. And so then she disappeared, of course, because it's China. Tapper emphasized the world tennis association's attempt to protest China's brutality I'm reading from mediaite. I can't believe I'm reading from mediaite. It's kind of weird segment as this. Is far more strident than what the International Olympic Committee has done to prepare to host for the 2020 winter games. Tapper said, yes, the Olympics are supposed to be free without politics. But this is not about politics. The allegations against the Chinese government go far beyond his treatment of Shwe. That's the least of our concerns. But the real problem is that people that pay U.S. taxes and that are allegedly U.S. citizens, they have gotten unbelievably rich off of allowing China to rise to power. Many members at the top levels of the generation that came to power in the 70s and 80s, the septuagenarian generation, the Pelosi and Schumer's, they prioritized instant stimulus profits from Mainland China over the welfare of the nation. Here's CNN Jake tapper. I mean, he just unleashes on this. I'm sure he'll be reprimanded. Play cut 13 right now. That Simpsons episode in Hong Kong disappeared like Peng Shi. Disappeared, like citizen journalist Zhang Jian, whom the Chinese government has locked up for telling the truth about COVID-19. Disappeared like the consciences of the millionaires and billionaires in Hollywood and the NBA and the IOC and Wall Street are all so eager for Chinese cash. They are pretending none of this is happening. There is no amount of money that can buy enough soap to wash that blood off their hands. So, I'm going to give you the cynical interpretation that I'm going to give you the other interpretation. The cynical interpretation as Jake tapper doesn't believe that. And he found some sort of intern that isn't a Bolshevik at CNN and said, hey, I want the 9 p.m. slot for Fredo that was just fired. Can you just like take some of Tucker's monologues and then launder them through a CNN filter? And then let me say them because then I can get the 9 p.m. slot. That's the cynical interpretation is that Jake tapper found some intern that isn't a communist that CNN and wrote that monologue after that. I'll be honest, that was a copy paste of something that Tucker Carlson has been saying for the last three years.
Why Can't We Do Two Things at Once?
"I don't understand why we can't do two things at once. The election was rigged and stole in my estimation. Why can't we reference that and move forward at the same time? Shi, I agree with him. I think that we can do two things at once. And it's a very you gotta be very careful in the way you deliver the message. Because if it's only about the election of 2020 and you don't focus on all the disastrous policies of the Biden Harris administration, that's a mistake. But why can't you do both at once? Why can't both be part of the message?
"shis" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Justice? This is the life of Xi gulan. Also known as Xi Jin Chao or sword wielder. Xi gulan was born in an eastern province in China in the early 1900s. She grew up in a farming family, living in a small village. Though her life started on remarkably, the end of the country's final imperial dynasty, the Qing dynasty was fast approaching. China was undergoing a period of drastic change. She Golan's father, she khong bean entered the military and climbed to the rank of lieutenant. This elevated the family's status, but it also brought new risks in an uncertain time. The Qing dynasty collapsed in 1911, and what followed is now called the warlord period. Government control from the capital, Beijing was weak. It was hard to know who held true power. Military warlords constantly battled over territories in the rest of the country. She Golan's father served under one of the most brutal warlords during the wars of the 1920s. In 1925, he and his soldiers were ambushed and captured by a rival warlord. The next day, they were executed. The opposing faction stuck she Golan's father's head on a pike outside the railway station. Shigella was enraged. Though she was barely in her 20s, she immediately started plotting her revenge. But before she gulag could reach her father's killer. The killer was stripped of his political power. He eventually retired to the city of Tianjin and became a member of the Buddhist lay clergy. But shigella didn't care about her father's killers retirement. She continued to track his movements determined to hunt him down. She even changed her name to she gen chow, which roughly means sword wielder. She, Jin Chao moved to Tianjin and pretended that she wanted to join the recitation hall where her father's killer worked. But really, she wanted to join so that she could learn his schedule. On November 13th, 1935, she jun chow walked into a prayer meeting and shot her father's murderer three times as he led the recitation. It had been ten years since he killed her father. As onlookers panicked, she, Jim ciao, calmly said, I have avenged the murder of my father. Do not fear. I will not hurt anyone else. Nor will I run away. Xi Jin Xiao confessed to the crime and let herself be arrested. She distributed booklets that explained her actions, contained poetry dedicated to her parents, and apologized for getting blood on the shrine. She signed the booklet, female avenger, Shen Chao. Such a clear cut murder went straight to trial, but it was obvious from the start that she and chow was a public relations master. She orchestrated the perfect dramatic scene, and the perfect publicity packets to capture the public's attention. The crime inspired by ancient tradition brought a very modern amount of media coverage. She took lengthy interviews from her jail cell. The courtroom was open to the public and reporters from newspapers based in several major cities crowded the courthouse entrance. She and Charles case ended up being tried three times. The defense first argued that even modern law required recognition of tradition. The murder was simply avenging a wrongful killing. She didn't chow was simply acting as the most devoted daughter. The attorneys implored the jury to find that the murder was committed under mitigating circumstances. The prosecution pointed out that this was clear, premeditated murder. Further, how could the death of a soldier during war be unjust? Xi Jin Cho was found guilty during the first trial and was sentenced to at least ten years in prison. But the defense appealed the decision, leading judges to reduce the sentence to 7 years. Still, the defense didn't want to stop. And public opinion was on Xi Jen chow's side. They pushed for an acquittal, and the case climbed the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court upheld the sentence of 7 years, but just two months later, the government issued a statement. It declared that she Jung chow's actions, quote, constitute a violation of criminal law, but if we consider that she was alone woman acting upon filial thinking, and with little regard for her own personal safety, then her intent merits commiseration and the extraordinary circumstances are forgivable. She Jin Cho had been pardoned. After the pardon, she Jin Chao went on to live a normal life, even through a revolution in 1949 that once again overhauled China's government. When the People's Republic of China took over, she was elected vice chair of the women's federation of suzhou. Then, in 1957, she was appointed to a key political committee in Beijing. She jun chow passed away in 1979, following surgery for advanced cancer. Her ashes were buried in suzhou city. She and Chao's crime has been the subject of moral and legal debate for decades. Is a soldier dying during war unjust. Should someone who's reformed themselves be held responsible for past actions? Whether or not her actions were morally justified, she and Chao's independence and determination represented a surprising leap outside the gender expectations of her day..
"shis" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
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"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"If it had to be someone like liz cheney and adam can zinger over someone like jim jordan or kevin mccarthy i think yes but if it were something like republicans democrats would have to be. Some democrat. Did something so horrific or so important. Maybe but i'd say it takes a lot for me to get persuaded by republicans on the issues. Because they don't acknowledge truth and facts there on january six inches basic tenets of our democracy and the republican the cardi in it in it and it's specifically and it's state but president eisenhower would have been a democrat today and president kennedy would have been a republican so parties do flip there quite a bit when it comes to their policy positions. I gotta say so la- my one of my last questions for you is what what's the first office. You're going to run for do you know. Oh god running for office is a little scary for me. I don't know it's kind of the thought of having been on. No a campaign having helped president biden's campaign over the fallen taking first quarter off. It just seems like there's so much work involved. I'm not quite sure what office i'll run for. Which the first one will be it. Seems like a really cool process. But i guess the thought of a young person. I'm nineteen now. I won't build a run for office until at least after college. I'm not that you can run for house right now. that's true that's true. But i don't know it seems it seems john. King is a nineteen year old to run for something as big as the house. And i prefer the someone who's run for the house do on the campaign to stupidest person on the campaign is the candidate at all times always won the dumbest and the most incompetent is the candidate in every situation. Mine of course especially included It's it's only a lot of work if you aren't if you well. If you hate having to raise money which is a pain in the ass. No one should have to do that. But we're going to fix that because we're gonna figure out a way to compromise and get through in something But but if you're if you're good at speaking to people and having conversations with them and expressing your opinions it's not that much work and you're very very very very very very good at that and then all the hard real work is done by staffers. Who don't get any credit or a attention. So i mean don't scare you to death on paid entrance to that. That's a big thing that i noticed. Just unpaid interns as well but wait. Dare people who work for campaigns for free. Because i promise you i didn't have any of those everybody's looking for a paycheck. It was just. It blew my mind. I gotta tell ya of of the landscape of of political podcasts. And and there's a whole bunch of them and politicains scott four a. I gotta be honest. I think your show it. You'll wind banks is one of the most interesting and unique and important really conversations. Because i've said many times. I don't believe that. Our divisions in america are any more so based on politics or based on race or based on gender as much as they are based on generational differences and the to hear the two of you who who come like. I said before from similar political backgrounds in policy-wise have discussions about these. Things is fascinating so anyone who's listening right now. If you haven't already listening agent politics please check it out. Joe wind banks. Victor she And it comes out on what day of the week you guys take on what day so we usually do on tuesdays and it comes out on wednesday midnight or so late on late on tuesday night early on wednesday. It's it's i almost. I almost recommended more than this one. If i recommended it more than this one that i think i would make the the political folks upset. But i gotta tell you i really do so. If you're listening checkout. Joe wind banks and victor she on i politics here on the political on podcast family and victor. She tell me please. How the heck are we going to get along. I think it starts by listening. I think we have to listen to other. But i think also we have to be clear eyed about where we are as a country and the solutions are going to get past but i think listening is i. I think for me. The biggest way to get along and see what other side is coming from..
"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"Jason from boston political commercial strike me and my friends is so fake. What do you think the best ways for politicians to communicate with younger generations are. Oh i totally i. What comes to mind. Is you know our attention. Spans in terms of the younger generation. I think for jen's ears at seven to eight seconds. I found really interesting to look at. I know it's god that is just not a little depressing. It is but i think if you were to look at present one of things. I've really noticed. Once president biden took over was the amount of what they call on. Instagram reels r. e. e. l. s. Were just short. Six five six seven second video is a president biden. Saying something i think. Things are changing tap to that attention span. Of course. I think there are downsides to that in the sense that you're presenting a complex news articles. You can't get that down in five six seven second. That's why you the headline right right. But in terms of how we organize interest how we reach people. Communicate with people you know. I think you know getting things down. So that's accessible so it's engaging think we're really starting to change that because of young people and i guess because a short attention spans but i think for political ads for really starting to see that change and i think you can see that on president biden social media page. It's no longer the two minute long. Video is just short five. Six seven second long videos. So which means that. Which means that when tw- twenty years from now when i'm sixty something and your forty that will mean that the attention span will be what two seconds where we're headed. You think back and look go back and look at magazine ads in the sixties and seventies and they included so much copy like a full explanation of what every product did and slowly. We got less and less. How much less can we get if it's really just five or seven seconds. Now isn't the obvious next step that my grandkids will have a attention spans as long as a blink right as long as blink but i think because we up such a digital driven society and we grew up on social media attention. Spans are shorter. If i think unless we really promote the idea the habit of i think in the classroom critical thinking reading looking through kind of looking beneath the surface of just what you see on instagram on headlines generation is better at doing that than others. Because because if you look at if you look at some of the conspiracy theories and misinformation that gets spread on places like facebook around thinking if covert stuff cunanan type stuff. Do you think that the younger generations are better at being critical thinkers than older generations are. Here's is i'd say that younger people look at issues. Not from one lens. We try to seek out as much information as possible. This really struck me after the black lives. Matter are after George floyd got killed during the black lives matter protests over the summer. The amount of people who is saw in my friends who weren't politically active before as a result of those protests that movement they started posting stories. Start posting different infographics on their stories to get this education out there and when we talk about climate change or racial justice we realized that we can't just think about things in one lens in the sense that you have to include different genders different races different perspective perspectives in the conversation. Where else you have an incomplete view of that issue. And so i think in terms of whether or not. We're we're better critical thinkers. I'm not quite sure. But what i think that we are a better at is including more perspectives. In seeking out more information from different people from different backgrounds from different demographics christian from national last one. Could the republican party ever win you over on issues when it pertains to truth and facts. I'd say.
"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"Two years to prevent something as big as if have power for years. We have those checks to prevent something huge from happening. I take the twentieth midterm elections as an example if that didn't happen imagine what trump or the republicans could have done tissues like healthcare to voting rights. Anything like that. So i think you know. Granted those two years those two year things only matter if things are not gerrymandered so much that only only thirty seats in the us house or even competitive any more competitive. So we've got gotta get rid of gerrymandering but victor. You didn't accept that when joe manchin offered it so i guess you're screwed in two years when those things come around right you feel like i feel like those moments like we want everything we want right now but when it doesn't have everything we want in it and we vote against it like peter. Defazio is saying he's going to be against the senate thing then four years from now when all of the roads and bridges and oregon are completely crumbling and he says damn. Why didn't we do something about it. People are going to be able to turn to him and say well they offered you one point five trillion dollars but you voted against it because it wasn't trillion and i just wonder if we have enough foresight as humans as americans if we have a long enough attention span to look forward and say okay. Am i going to regret. Not being okay with this in ten years you know. When when that when that building falls down that bridge falls down. Is anybody gonna care that. It did not include tax increases on the wealthiest one percent when hundreds died. You know what i mean. Yeah you take that and go with it where where you i think i think I guess i'll just propose. A thought experiment is that if we didn't think in terms of these bold solutions or these bold policies. I don't even think it would be one point five trillion dollars a less we. I think i think we have to aim the flag pole so high now and i think we have to change at least democrats and how we think about issues. I think part of kind of getting short may not be three trillion but it sure higher than if we were to think about if we started at one point five trillion. So i think it's great. It's setting the flag pole. High setting where we wanna see. It's real really. Kind of seeing the biggest boldest solutions sure we may not get there but we want to see that happen because otherwise it would be much smaller. And i guess more dangerous for democracy. If that doesn't happen so. I think we do have to aim high enough. And if it doesn't happen i agree with you that yes. It's better than nothing but we do have to aim high. And i think that's what young people i think. That's what democrats are young. Democrats hope to see done I'm with you there. I'm all for aiming high but but but if you don't hit it my position at least is except except your high aspirations. Did get you to one point five trillion instead of five hundred billion and vote for that fucker. We're going to have to have an explicit thing on this episode I wanna quickly move. We had a lot of good questions for you because people know even the show. And i'm gonna see if i can can narrow them down to just some of the best jackie from la asked. How how important is it for students to meet face to face things. She's talking about the kobe. Pandemic you cut touched on that a bit earlier. But but answer jackie's question. How important is it for students to meet face to face. So i dreaded online learning every single one of my friends also dreading my online learning. Because i think there's this special connection for students when when they do interact in the classroom. And i think when classrooms are conducted in a way that really encourages collaboration and working together. It's just you can't really replicate it on zoom even if you're in breakout sessions or even professors or teachers. Try to get people to talk. It's just not the same. I think any form of in person learning and face to face interaction is good in the sensitive builds. Our social skills in the sense that we are able to see friends but also in the sense that we get more out of our education and we learn more just by being around each other and now with cove it. It seems like we're gonna have to wear masks indoors. It kind of really Take more problems indoors. But i think that essence of face to face learning. I am all for schools. Taking precautions. But i think students do need to be back in the classroom this year to that experience of imprest education being able to talk with people face to face nina from san diego. Should we be worried about the power of tech companies That's a really good question. Because you know i often get asked this kind of relates to this question the sense that you know. It's sometimes harder to distinguish between the difference of millennials because millennials are more kind of grew up in the digital age where it was something new where whereas john's ears we really social media is like our second language and we use social media so much in so frequently become are sort of brand that. I don't think that we could live without social media on the other hand. I think that because of the amount of power in the amount of misinformation that spreads on social media. It's one thing to use social media for organizing for politics to think about our own brand another thing. I think for social media's to be abused by conspiracy theorists by groups and for that misinformation to go farther than intern disrupt people think our democracy so. I think there needs to be some regulation. I'm no expert in how to reform that. But i think in some way we need to somehow route that misinformation prevent that from happening on social media platforms because it goes far and spreads much faster than truth jason from boston.
"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"We can't as much as i'd love to walk into the north carolina general assembly and get rid of our Republican led speaker and senate majority leader. I can't and they're gonna pass what they wanna pass. I can't control what they do. But i can control what i do in the senate or the house in the us. Congress one point five trillion or zero. What's your choice. So i guess the obvious answer is one point five then but i think that this whole conversation. That democrats are having in terms of thinking bold really pushing for these big packages. I think at the end of the day if we do get something like mansions. Bill passed or this one point five trillion dollar. Bill has instead of the original price tag. Three trillion will settle for the conversation. That democrats are having that young people are having now. Is i think change how we think about how no one we are in power. I think we need to confront systemic issues on or else. I don't think that we have time to do it if if democrats lose the house in twenty twenty two. We won't have any transfer i think. Are we in power but are we in power because we have a majority of people who agree with us or are we in power only because they really only two options and either have to put an hour behind your name or a d. Behind your name and folks like jon tester and kirstin cinema and joe manchin chose the over. The are but they don't really agree with the cory. Booker bernie sanders of the world. I mean if we had if we had more than just those two letters would they be these or would they be you know whatever the other options were it. Should we have more than two parties. Honestly i think that we should have more than two parties and part of the reason is because of that issue of we think of in terms of democrats republicans independents but sally. I don't think democrats and republicans. But you know. I just don't think in our world right now. We become so polarized and so partisan that's i think the reality that we're living in that we separate ourselves in these chew camps in republican and democratic terms and therefore that's what power means to us now and so i think we have to kind of use it we have. I don't think no third parties really going to be successful but until that happens. I think we have to deal with the cancer in and kind of try to us where we fall in the best way possible and i think for democrats that right now is unfortunately because of the slim majorities we have but is it fair to look at someone likely joe mansion or care cinema and say just because they chose to have the d. behind their name their bad disease because they don't agree with elizabeth warren or they're bad dis because they don't agree with cory booker in that same situation i can't trump himself came out just today. Criticizing a whole bunch people in his own party for daring to sign onto this infrastructure. Bill calling them rhinos. You know we've heard that. I guess dino's too but hear rhinos more often and i think to myself. Would you really rather them not be republicans. Would you really rather than take that are and get rid of it and put a d. d there instead Ah do we not need to stop expecting everyone to groupthink. Isn't it okay. That joe manchin is shouldn't we be thankful that he's a democrat on some issues even if we don't agree with him on all of them were. I don't think we're expecting him to be a democrat issues. It's just the issues that i think are challenging our country. The most voting rights climate. Change like you. Do you think the voting rights and climate change are the most important things to your parents know. But they're the issues that i think. Take the most to reform in the sense that these are big issues that takes his stomach. Change are the most important to most people. I mean i can understand why you're y. The younger generation would see. Climate change is a very systemic a very important and pressing issue I can understand why someone who had lost their family to gun. Violence would see gun control as a pressing and primary issue. But aren't we asking people to have our priorities. Put our priorities. I like if i went when before. Gay marriage was legal. If i expected someone to vote for the candidate who supported same sex marriage. Wouldn't that be me saying you need to put my needs before your own. Is it okay to do that. I mean i it. Voting is important to me. And to you and i love that you love it and i'm with you on most of the issues but i wonder if we have gotten too selfish and maybe younger generations have gotten to a point where they're so used to having what they want right in front of them on twitter or instagram. Or they're you know any entertainment option. They want on youtube that we forget that my priorities might not be somebody else's priorities. How much do we need to be reminded of that. I think you definitely have a point. That the reason why i think voting rights is such a big issue and why. I think we're in such a big debate about this. Is i think because it just matters so much just for the foundation of our democracy our constitution our system of government and so while it may not matter to someone who is maybe a living out in wyoming alaska. I think just if we want to build up from there we need to establish some sort of consensus on where our democracy stands and have at least some sort of agreement on something as fundamental as infrastructure climate change voting rights and get that set before we can address other issues and find consensus where were fundamental rights matter director. You just said we need to get consensus on infrastructure. But thirty minutes ago you weren't satisfied with the consensus that they found on infrastructure. More more we have to get these issues addressed trying to but they're not bold enough for up old enough. They're not bright enough for some folks right. so do they need. Do we need to stop expecting everything to be our way. Listen if i had my way we'd spend an acetone tunnel infrastructure. We change the constitution to ban to make a gerrymandering constitutionally not possible and campaign finance. we'd toll. I mean i'm with you on us so many so many of these things but at some point don't we have to realize shat as much as i want one hundred percent of things my way like if i won't even accept ninety five percent of what i want then i'm not gonna get any anything right at some point. Do we have to dream and hope and push and keep striving for the bold stuff while also accepting damn. We got a little bit of. We got a win here. And we got one point five trillion dollars. Flynn had we not been in the majority. We would have gotten jack ship right. I mean because the that is the alternative not being in power. And you know if we've gotten rid of the filibuster when that day comes and god forbid it's gonna if we've gotten rid of the filibuster than we can..
"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"If you live in a rural area it's just that you wouldn't have electors representing you would be you go into the ballotbox it would be your vote solely for harbor you vote for and we just don't have electors representing you in that sense but it's kind of fulfills that notion of one person one vote or we aren't necessarily we aren't necessarily i'm getting. I'm playing devil's advocate for you. 'cause you're ridiculously smart and clearly going to be governor president yourself someday so we prep you for your debate. We're not a country that votes for the president. We are a federation of states. We are a republic that has fifty states and those fifty states vote for president right. I mean prior to the seventeen th amendment. I'm not sure which one it was. Prior to one of the amendments we didn't even vote for our senators. Our state legislatures voted for each state senator. So we are in. The state of north carolina is is casting Fifteen electoral votes for president trump for donald trump while the state of georgia is casting its fifteen electoral votes. For joe. biden are are we so media is our media so nationalized that we forget that we aren't a country of three hundred thirty million people so much as we are a collection of fifty separate states with different laws and different interests. I think things are so driven by national headlines that we sometimes lose sight of the fact. And i if i if i'm understanding the question correctly i think you know i think having these national elections for presidency for congressional races for senate races. They're important and i think that's part of the reason why you see turn out so much higher for those races compared to local elections in state elections and i think in part that's because we have we have put things in such national terms that we forget about what's happening in our local politics and i think that's something that's just as concerning getting people to care about local politics. Their state representative their school board member while also still carrying about national politics and who gets elected as president and how there is significant on that national scale. But i think if you think in terms of local and then national you start to realize that you're has a bigger impact. And if you were to think i think from national local if that makes sense in terms of national terms for me at least it would seem like if i'm living in illinois and five oprah joe biden in my vote won't count because i'm in a blue state whereas if i start thinking locally i know that my counts because i have an influence and then knowing kind of place myself in this broader picture. I know that somehow it does still count you know in a blue state. So i want to go back to your to your list. I've got six things national holiday camping finance structure electoral college gerrymandering. If i said to you okay well. We're going to have to take electoral college off of this list. Simply because congress can't change that that's a constitutional issue that has to be amended the constitution would be amended. And i'll give you the national holiday if you'll give me Voter id requirements in every state But i can't do anything about campaign finance right now so i get voter. I d you get the national holiday you get. Well tell you what. I can't do something with finance because it's national. I can't do anything ballots structure. Because i have to leave that state. But i'll give you the holiday. I'll give you campaign finance and i'll give you gerrymandering reform. gimme voter. Are you saying you wouldn't be okay with that. I guess one question. What type of voter. Id would because i if it goes like right now. It's one voter. Id it's driver's license. Some sort of kind of certification. That you're citizen. is there any additional voter. Id would add that voter id's and we'll also make it free to get them and will make them even make them available to you. Everyone at their local post office We'll do everything we can to make the voter. Id's as available and as many different possible ones as as as we can. Let's assume that we make we assume we make that voter. Id provision something that you're satisfied with. But i can't do anything about ballot structure. I can't do anything about the electoral college. You still okay with it. I mean we're not gonna anything right now. But i was so. That's not what i prefer right now. Only because i knowing what's happening in state legislatures across the country that they're still being aggressive in terms of restricting votes. And unless i think congress can enact something so sweeping and so large scale and scope that it can counter what state legislatures are doing. I'm not sure. I would quite satisfied with that exchange. Didn't hurt him though is to do nothing right because right here. You got your hollering. You got your gerrymandering reform and you got some sort of campaign finance reform but if you don't take this i'm taking it off the table and you can walk away with jack shit right so but it sounds like you're willing to say well then i'll take nothing. I think we can do something but that requires democrats mansion in cinema to actually vote to get rid of the filibuster really use the tools available. And there's like joe manchin just offered all of those things. He offered the holiday. He offered the gerrymandering reform He gave in on voter. Id with some guardrails. Obviously but it didn't go anywhere. I mean i guess i guess the point is the the question i'm really trying to ask is. Do we want to get rid of the filibuster. Simply because we don't want to ever have to work with the other side at all. I mean it sounds like the alternative here is either. I get everything. I want everything i want exactly the way i want it. Or y'all can just go screw and i'll wait and hope to god that i get power at some point again. I mean is that so so when we ask our title question how the heck are we gonna get along the answer to me. Seems right now. And i'm not putting this on you but i'm thinking about this transportation compromise and people in the on the far left like and retreated to leave had said. Good luck getting this to pass the house Peter defazio who's the head of the transportation and infrastructure committee has said. This is not good enough. I'm not gonna vote for it. I'm against it. And i think the alternative though is to get none of that money like you can either take one and a half trillion dollars or you can take zero dollars and it sounds like peter defazio and maybe you and some folks who who agree with you. We'll take zero. Is that what i'm hearing. I think so. We'll settle for something small. But i think for for people like me for young people for people who really are pushing president biden to be bold and pushing members like mansion. Incentivize you to be bold is just rethinking how we think about politics especially in this moment right now. I think if it was a world in which bipartisan existed in which state legislators across the country weren't so driven on restricting boats passing these votes passing these laws that would make it harder for people to vote for people colored vote. I would be fine. I think with a bipartisan consensus. What i'm worried about is that something like joe mansions bill or some small waterdown version isn't nearly enough to confront the challenges that we have ahead of us. Okay so we have nothing right so we do nothing in the senate right and then the state house in georgia and the state house in texas and the state general assembly north carolina. There's still going to do all that shit right. The some of these some of these states that are passing incredibly restrictive. I agree with you very restrictive. Voter denial not voter access keeping keeping ballot access very restricted. They're still going to do that right. So i i guess i hear what you're saying about. We need to do something. Big enough to counter that but if the alternative is one point five trillion dollars or zero dollars knowing that we don't really have any control over what they do at the state houses right..
"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"At some point. We can't just settle for the bare. In terms of you know there's going to be gerrymander. Republicans feel the urge to keep obstructing to keep gerrymandering districts. And i think at some point. Democrats really need to be bold and past the for the people at pass the john. Lewis voting rights. Joe manchin thing. Get rid of gerrymandering. I mean joe mansions proposal. His compromise included mandatory non partisan redistricting commissions across the country right. Yes i also included things like getting rid of dark money in politics or some of those more kind of structural campaign finance reform issues and it was really interesting because when it talks when we when we talk about democracy and for me specifically i think i was. I had the fortune of working. With larry lessig on my junior high school on democracy issues. I think he really kind of put it best when it was when we think about democracy. It's not that it's like the most important issue. It's just that we need a representative democracy if we want to achieve things like climate change and other issues and so i think when we talk about reforming democracy. We have to include everything. We have to go bold. otherwise. I think especially in this polarized partisan world. It's gonna take such a long time to get piecemeal. Things passed in congress. And so i think we really need to go bowl unless would it not take longer to do nothing. I'm just pushing back here for for for fun and occasionally does the same. Did not take as much time as even more time if nothing was done so so give me because you've talked about voting rights to stay on that for a second. What would be the most important components of necessary structural changes to our voting system and democracy for you for victor. What would those be making election day. A holiday i think really gives everyone to billy devote makes it an even playing field but i think we have to go even more systemic reforming our campaign finance systems thinking of ways for voters to contribute differently. There's been different proposals. Like a small donor matching program where we really incentivize instead of big donors were smaller donors really getting regular people involved. I think you know we really have to change how we think about our ballot system. New york city implemented ranked choice voting. Find fascinating in terms of kind of looking at how we can change our balanced structure to get more people involved on. I'm writing them down. Lastly the electoral college is a huge issue. Especially now in my lifetime. At least i was born. I think i was born after two thousand. But i was. I lived through the two thousand sixteen election but it was within sixteen years. We had to elections in which the winner of the popular vote lost the election because of electoral college. And so i think we have these systemic structural issues and i think those kind of forming categories on campaign finance making election day holiday changing our ballot structure on also the electoral college. Did you. should i ask you. You mentioned gerrymandering before but this is not on gerrymandering. Sorry gerrymander who's a hate gerrymandering. More than thanks. I want to add it to your list. So let me let me just. Let's throw in some of the issues that that the other side Argues about they have wanted voter. Id for a while Wanted to make it more restrictive They have wanted to do away with mail in balloting I guess i know at times. And i know the arguments against that i would use against them is oh my god places like utah in washington state. Several states have used malin battling for decades. And you didn't have a problem with them So why so. Why are you worried about it now. why do you think they're worried about now. I think because it's getting more extreme mail in balloting i the restriction of mail in balloting the requirement of more. Id laws. i think democrats. And i guess just my own view is that i think we need security in our elections. I don't think that we should have no idea. But i think that you know having some form of id is important having some having imbalances important option. But i think so. Would you give him so. Would you give in and accept some sort of voter. Id in exchange to get one in exchange for getting one of these other things on your list here. I think the reason why i. I think that we should go. Bold and include all of those different components is only because we have such short election cycles and because democrats have this moment now in the senate and the house and the presidency to get the stuff done i think we have to seize upon it and actually get done otherwise in two thousand twenty two. It seems like the house is vulnerable. State legislatures across the country might get right but that sounds to me. Victor like you are worried about it because the houses vulnerable for democrats republicans think. It's don't that's that's a good thing for them. I mean do we need to get it done. Because it's the right thing to do or do we need to get it done because if we don't we might lose the house bo. I think it's the right thing to do. Because it protects our democracy it strengthens. Our democracy gives more representation to people but also if someone in wisconsin. I'm sorry in wyoming or montana would not agree with you when it comes to that argument for the electoral college. Because i live in wyoming or idaho and you get rid of the electoral college than i. You know can strongly say well damn my vote's going to count even less now because urban voters and suburban voters are going to always vote in a block and rural. You know ranch. Hands from montana and wyoming are gonna vote in a block and therefore you know. The electoral college is the only thing. That's protecting me as a voter. In in wyoming. How do you respond to them. I think when we think about the the key principles of our democracy this notion of one person one vote equal representation. I think you know sure. The electoral college somehow gives wyoming or rural areas more voice than urban areas but there is also some statistics out there that say all urban vote for one party over another. It's still wouldn't have any significant effect on who wins the election because you need to reach more than fifty percent where you need to win fifty percent of majority of the votes. So you're still count..
"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"That's bipartisanship isn't it. I mean at the same time that was happening in the senate. You had liz cheney and adam. Ken zinger joining with democrats in the house to investigate the insurrection january. Sixth i mean don't it doesn't matter the lens you look at it through. I mean if you're if you wanna if you wanna be able to make the argument that joe biden is wrong. And there is no case for bipartisanship. Yeah you can put your blinders on and look specifically at one particular issue about not getting rid of the filibuster but if you wanna make the argument that okay. Maybe he's not wrong. Sixty seven senators getting together and voting on anything Seventeen republicans joining democrats to vote on. Anything is certainly hasn't happened in the last twelve years that i can think of. Yeah i think. I think you're right in that respect but i would also point out just how long it took to get to this point. It was a key procedural. Vote from what i understand. I think just the you know biden. At i propose massive infrastructure plan that included human infrastructure. These kind of going beyond what we call guess traditional infrastructure and they got a lot to get to the point of where we are got a lot of trimming a lot of cutting and i guess get sixty seven votes but i think just the fact that we've made this meam of you know infrastructure weak infrastructure day for more than two years now that it took us two years to reach agreement on something as simple as i think infrastructure. Well it took us. It took us a one hundred and fifty days to reach agreement. I mean this is only one hundred fifty days in the biden presidency right. He hasn't had. He can't be blamed for the other sitting on your hands. Time right. that's yeah. That's that's true and i guess it's just if it takes something. I guess as simple as infrastructure one hundred days to work out or so much negotiation. And i think that infrastructure is something simple i think infrastructure is something that improves people's lives and i think that when we see so much partisanship on something as simple as simple as infrastructure. It kind of creates. I think i guess more of this kind of sense. That republicans and democrats won't be find any other consensus on bigger issues like you know finding consensus on climate. Change your voting rights. I was gonna get excited about you. Victor because you've seemed to have such a positive you call it naive. I don't call it naive. This positive attitude in this upbeat idealism for politics in america but now you're bramley down with you. I'll sudden to this this this idea that you don't think that it's possible and you know the purpose you in jail. Line banks as i've said. Have this really interesting. Podcast where you compare. You're not just political opinions but you both on the same side of the aisle. But you have vast age difference between the two of you. And i think that's just a fascinating way to look at issues here on this show. We ask how. It's possible to get along and i'll ask you that more as we go on but i sometimes wonder if people want to. Do you think people want to get along because it would. It would seem to me that if people wanted to get along they would cheer for a win. For a bipartisan win. Instead of saying okay we'll find our infrastructure was easy and these other things are going to be really hard and there's not gonna be there's going to be bipartisanship. People aren't gonna work together in in order to have that success. Someone joe biden in this particular case. And i've owned that bias and people know that like him but someone had to have the faith that it was going to happen in the first place that it was possible while a bunch of folks add. Joe biden your old. And you don't know what you're talking about your you know. Bipartisanship is dead. Someone had to say no. I'm right it is still possible and then look today or this week. It did happen. Do you think that people need to believe that. It's possible first before it can happen or is are or how much of a self-fulfilling prophecy is partisanship. So i guess. I i i agree. I think that there should. In general we should celebrate the infrastructure. Plan i guess in the sense that we were able to get seventeen. Republicans on board and that that was moment to come together. But i think also we should recognize that it took one hundred fifty days like you said to get that done and i came across something that i found really interesting in that was basically the number of americans who identifies either. Democrats independents are republicans. And what they found was that usually it's a third a third. Were a third identifies. Democrats have third identifies republicans of third identifies as independence. and now. it's that forty percent of americans didn't find his independence. Thirty percent as up. Republicans thirty percent to as democrats and my initial impression. When reading that statistic was that i thought that bipartisanship at least in terms of the american people was possible that we because we identifies independence. Somehow we could reach more consensus on different issues but one of the most fascinating aspects about that poll. I thought was that people are still voting for the same candidates for the same party. That forty percent are still voting for the same people and so i think in turn what that really raised me was that our whole incentive structure at least for congress people and people who are supposed to represent us is backwards in the sense that they get more extreme and they don't find any willingness to change because their voters are still going to vote for that. Well until i mean. I think one one mistake that often is made. In my opinion in the media is when we present these three pockets of voters republicans. Democrats and independents. They always make the mistake of putting the independence in between the republicans and democrats and being independent in america. Although it may look like it on paper does not mean being a moderate and there are so so so so so many of those people in that independent bucket who are arguably more conservative than republicans or more liberal than democrats who don't fit in a moderate independent does not mean conservative when i ran for congress myself a lot of independence but trust me in the district iran and they were all hard core tea party. What would today be maga- voters just. Because they were independent. Didn't mean they're gonna vote. They might change parties. You're talking about. I think the incentive for the reasons that we need to change some of the structural components of our voting system our electoral system. How did you feel about Joe mansions compromise proposal that he presented in the senate a few month or so ago regarding voting rights. Right right so. I thought it was a step forward. I thought a lot of what he included was. I think a good faith effort to reach across the aisle. But what i think in terms of gen z. And how young people think is.
"shis" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
"Rather be here so many people and i am actually worried about what's going to happen but we'll see is it. Well what do you mean worried about. What like people of color coded. It's i think. I think they're supposed to be one hundred thousand people coming. And they're all the lollapalooza crowd is a vaccinated crowd or a non-vaccinated crown. Feel like they're vaccinated don't you. So they're they're requiring vaccine So yeah so. I hope hope that everyone is right. So if required them is there anything. Is there anything to worry about. If everybody's vaccinated. I guess not but i hope i don't know how how savvy people are like forging vaccine cards or i think you so it's either you have a vaccine card or you show a negative test and that has to be done like the test has been negative within seventy two hours. I think well. So i mean at some point are are you. Are you nervous that we're going to. Are you more nervous. That people will get sick or more nervous that we will end up having to live in this state of semi panic and fear for a long time. I'd say both. I really think if it sick lightfoot i think next week she she plans the mayor light in chicago. She's i think intending on reinstating some restrictions depending on how lalla depending on things go. But now you've gotten your shot. I'm both my shots. Yeah how old are you now are you. You're eighteen now Just turned nineteen nachos. Actually it's been a month and a half so okay during nineteen in income amex okay. So you're vaccinated do you does. I mean it's interesting to me to ask someone of guy makes me feel so old of your generation to even say that to ask you know you are just now able to get into the world right as an adult and yet the world is not open for you. Does that make you nervous as it make you a little bit pissed Bit i mean. How do you feel that. Your adulthood is starting out in a way that nobody else's really has had to. Did you have did you. You were in high school last year. You finish the year before. So i finished the year before so i was like march then. Kobe and my senior year was that you're graduated. Virtually in then because it piss you off that you didn't get to walk in cap and gown like everyone else did and that your first year in in college was not in the same dorm situation that everybody else's honestly so i had so many conversations with my friends about this for high school i particularly wasn't that sad typical to walk down the high school graduation stage only because our high school was huge. And so it would have taken a long time so i actually preferred graduating virgil my first year of college. That was really. I felt a lot of kind of just sadness around like not being able to experience freshman year the same but honestly you now looking back on it. I think you know if it weren't for the pandemic i wouldn't have met jill i wouldn't have been able to do. I did for surely so in a way it. There were opportunities that came about but also it was kind of unfortunate that you know. My first year was at home and on campus Well listen. I'm mad props to you for having that sort of attitude of finding the silver lining finding the positive in situations Speaking of jill. That's another person who sings your praises loves. You spoke to her a few weeks ago and she was talking about Loving to get to talk to you on on gen politics. I am so fascinated by the concept of that podcast in general. But how did you can give me a little bit of a background on how you became so involved in politics at a young age. I love politics when i was a teenager in high school. Also but i was certainly not a delegate for president for for bill clinton. When i was in high school like you were for biden the youngest ever think right so it's it's so funny because both of my parents so they both emigrated from china from china and they are not politically involved at all. My my my dad is an engineer for. At and t. My mom is a financial analyst for for us bank and they both also are the right of me politically. They both voted for. Donald trump in two thousand sixteen and my fascination with politics really began when i was in eighth grade. I was sitting in my eighth grade social studies classroom and it was the week before i will caucuses. It was this kind of contentious moment because it was hillary running it was burning and also we had trump running and my teacher. All of us on cheetahs started explaining the political spectrum and kind of what each party believes in and then at the end she told us all like as young people that you guys can really make a difference if you guys get involved in politics if you guys make your voices heard and so it was really hearing that that got me involved. What did she say. The cardi's believed in basically so so she basically was like she spoke more about kind of the partisanship at the time and and the divisions between the two party that democrats really cared about social values and really cared about issues that matter to the economy. They were bowled. They really kind of made forthwith progressive issues on the republican side. She really she was a bit biased. In this sense but you really didn't like donald trump and share thought that know republicans were this day. They believe in small government. They really believe in. You know personal freedom and so this kind of the values and then she at the end kind of had us identify where we stood and then it was not until the end of the classroom she kind of gave this like motivating speech where it was like. You know like as young people you guys can get involved and make your voices heard. How does that did that. Make you uncomfortable. Does that make people in the classroom uncomfortable to have the teacher say this one party feels these positive things. This other party doesn't now tell me where you stand. Did that. make people nervous or do you think people were able to be honest honestly. I think eighth graders at the time were oblivious or were. They were quite in tune with what she had to say. But i found it just so fascinating knowing that you know. There's there's this world in which you have political parties and you have people running to become president of the united states and you these different values and you kind of identify yourself with one of these values. And i knew like little to nothing at the time and it was just kind of knowing that this political world existed and this world existed that really valued young people at the time and still does who got involved so values young.
Former New York Times Science Writer Calls on Dr. Fauci to Apologize
"So here's that former New York Times author and science writer saying Listen, Fauci just come clean, Admit we screwed up. We gave funding taxpayer money that made its way Did Wuhan lab that created a possible bio weapon and was engaged in gated function? Research? Just fess up. Americans are very forgiving people. Check this out. It's clear that the Wuhan Institute biology particularly Dr uh, mainly Shi Was doing. They report. They published an experiment in 2017, which seems to me to go way beyond the terms of the of the moratorium, however, lucents languages and I think we're going to see In the next few weeks, Uh, Dr Foster being asked Well, even if he didn't think he was supporting any gain of function Research Institute is this research published wagon to Shane a violation. Of the terms of The NIH grant to and I think at that point we may see Dr Fauci say, Well, doctor, she was doing illegitimate research. He was doing research, which I did not authorized, but was forbidden by the terms of the ground We gave her night. I don't know that's the case. I think it's possible that this is how The situation will turn out. Why do we trust these people to this is finally we have someone a former New York Times science writer coming out and stating the obvious that regardless of what Fauci said, it appears obvious based on the evidence Now that we funded this
Chinese Virologist Shi Zhengli Omitted Evidence in February 2020 Paper That Showed Covid Was Man-Made
"That doesn't appear naturally in this little viral computer code here, or I shouldn't say it doesn't appear natural. I said that on my podcast this morning, too. We have not seen it in nature yet. But we have seen it in one specific place. The laboratory this double C G code. Here's where the story gets. Extra super triple Crazy. When the Wuhan Labs the bat Lady, she sang Lee remember that name and her colleagues published a paper in February. 2020 with the virus is partial genome. Oh, they admitted they omitted any mention of the special CG sequence that super charges the virus or the rare double C G section. Yet the fingerprint is easily identified in the data that accompanied the paper. Was it omitted in the hope that nobody would notice this evidence? Of the gain of function origin. So the bad lady there she sang Lee, who worked for this Wuhan Institute of Virology that we know was engaged in do use research, military use bio weapons, um and other types of research on viruses. We know she wrote a paper on the coronavirus and just conveniently left out this double CG portion of the of the genome of the virus that would indicate pretty heavily that it was probably introduced by lab workers. In other words, man made why would she leave that out? Did she
Interview With Claire Hough, CTO of Carbon Health
"Welcome everyone to another episode of it visionaries and today we have a special guests. Claire huff the cto of carbon health. Welcome to the show and kill. Well we keep reading about. How tech is disrupting the healthcare industry as we know it so we always want our guest to explain what's unique about their company. What is unique about carbon health. And how is it approaching healthcare so carbon hell race say take knowledge company and there are many who call themselves healthcare technology company but we're company with a big mission and we have actually starting to prove out some of that mission through really offering Healthcare through different channels in the past year or past few years actually and carbon health mission is to provide quality healthcare for all and that sounds like yeah is in everybody's to provide hell quality healthcare for all but it's actually an Pretty a day. Shis mission. And i don't think i really understood that are passed city until i you know educated myself more about how health care is being provided in the united states today so there are a lot of biases in healthcare as as like accessibility is not even as we have seen. How underserved communities were disproportionately affected during covid. So that's kind of a prove that we have not been providing healthcare to You know under served marginalized communities and when kofi hit. They were obviously hit very hard. So our mission is to really make sure that we can provide the quality care for all through our technology platform by providing access to healthcare.
Femme Fatales: Shi Pei Pu
"Shi pei pu was born in the quiet eerie shadow of world. War two in nineteen thirty eight. His mother gave birth to her third child in the shandong province of eastern china journalists. Who reported on this case very the pronouns they use for she according to how he presented at the moment he doesn't fit neatly into modern ideas about gender and his motivations for the affair were political. Emotional and most of all mysterious. So for clarity will be using different pronouns for she. Depending on the context the child of a university professor and a teacher. She was surrounded by appreciation for the fine arts. His two older sisters were largely out of the house so the youngest of the family found other ways to pass the time like writing and singing. She even began as a vocalist in the opera. Under the guidance of his teacher may lawn vong in keeping with chinese tradition. She sang both male and female roles while she presented as male to take on the ladder rarely warranted a second thought after all may was renowned for his performances of female parts it was perhaps here as a performer that she found a level of comfort in where he fell on the gender spectrum she performed in the story of the butterfly a classic opera about a woman who poses as a man in order to go to school detail turns bleak though when the woman falls into a forbidden love affair with a male peer and the outra ends with both lovers dead
"shis" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide
"This cuter sexual male male guys groups yet. Gernon straight guy. So there's this stereotype sports fan day. You're much of your nine year and just imagining another of the stereotype ball. A white male guy. That'll be the stereotype of ball. Chinese gernon chinese stray. Yeah yes so so. This term is used. I wanted to denigrate but it really puts off the street guys into this group. That kind of doesn't enjoy fashion. Show doesn't enjoy pop. Show play too much video games nor taking care of their looks too much and usually you might say somebody's two genera like touching to say that they really don't know how to appreciate other people's feelings or talk to even understand feelings. I was the more political correct way to say it. But it's very popular us if you say somebody's tetra nyla like everybody will know what you mean. So obviously the fan base of tissue cohen bearer on the opposite side. they're nauseous touching groups. There's an all right. Laurie have all two straight at all. They're usually young girls who are attracted by this very fashionable and just very good looking young chinese milstar but since they don't overlap that much with sports coupe there sports fans move. They usually don't have a good grasp of how good a sports star really can be or was the level of good athleticism race so tests..
"shis" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide
"Sports commentators have taken a commonly used construction and applied it to sports like taking the sun boost simple and made a sample john right. I agree with that. I sang it wrong. It's not john. It son booed john. Yes apple john. I don't know why. I can't get that right. Maybe because you you've ever shoot a airborne or so hold on. I can't hit the backboard. i can't hit the rim. I can't hit the net. I can't even dribble on the ground. And i can't even say the phrase correctly that's john. I can't china anything. John lewis off that one all right. So that's that's our second. One sample john so the next one we have. You've written some notes under. And i think this is going to open the door into some discussion of more ways. That chinese sports lingo is influenced by different outside sources This one is guy mall Literally guy him all means to put a hat on something guy like to live something. Put a lid on something and mall is hat but what is what does this mean. This guy mall It actually means block shots in the basketball terms. But i want to kind of combat that because it can so the litter meaning of this word could lean mean the actual action of it but it can also be a non it can also refer to a specific kind of hats like like or if we add another character da. The large were in front of it and they will become dog. I m all. And that's kind of like a per larsen lingo version of describing a specific kind of hats. Add to say city. Security officer usually wear that emphasize the march hats. Or maybe a large frontal say I don't know how to say they might have a larger part of the fronts and shorter backs so it's called the guy mall. Sometimes you even develop into these kind of jargon say that people might use dog mo to refer to security or just or child origin. Gwen these city officers. Does it came out again. i'll talk. I'm allowed These dues in uniforms..
"shis" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide
"The the romance of three kingdoms and the for example when the the nights or the cavaliers each other there there might be a particular slang for specific martial arts and back could be borrowed like dundalk life. This is a just an extension like dollars and that's very commonly use words for a soccer particular soccer scenario. When you're this specific player is doing along with the other side's goalkeeper. That's that's called just one on one in in the. Oh football english by like in chinese. it's called bandana. Yo literally offers that in reference to you than the way that saying that this. You can't imagine this squatting you this god of martial arts coming over on the horse. That's exactly the kind of image that it's depicting so than is actually a very good example. Either as just how picturesque these kind of words can be but also the fact that they they they borrow these words from classics to describe sports compared to the other way around that people are used to in states. Yeah e. mentioned the phrase. dundalk way. What is this specifically. What's this reference. Dan doll is like a single blade. Like a single sword right so like is charging in by themselves with no backup. Yeah yeah yes. Oh also that. That's like i. I don't know if it comes from the romance of three kingdoms but most probably it's describing that this guy wants to go along like turn turn into the very maverick side of himself and whilst you come over to solve everything emphasized the fact that this guy is going along and going on the very important feats yeah. You're either sound much more poetic doll. I so donald. She'll is literally single blade ball which sounds more vying but literally means the. This person is charged with ball like a lone soldier with their sword. gonna take on the world by themselves standouts. She'll yes yes nice. I like it. So that's how i feel and a little free extra doubt you'll the next one. We have is sound boo. John this one i think is specifically basketball oriented right. What is this. Yeah this has definitely made basketball are into it literally means at the three touched no touch three or like not touching three things..
"shis" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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Marijuana Is Legal in New Jersey, but Sales Are Months Away
"Recreational marijuana is legal now in New Jersey, but it will be months before sales can begin. Governor Phil Murphy has signed bills to create licensing and distribution of marijuana process may have had its fits and starts, but it is ending in the right place. And I firmly believe this process has ended in laws that will serve as a national model. Legislation will also de criminalize as Shi Shan pot possession and creative pathway to vacate some current sentences and allow some criminal records to
Sexing Male and Female Plants
"Our diocese plants. Well basically we're talking males and females here that there are some plants that have flowers that contain both male and female parts for example and they pollinate themselves and then there are other plants that some of the plants have male flowers and produce pollen and some of the plants have female flowers and those are the ones that get pollinated by the male. So maybe the most familiar example of a d. Shis plant that most people. Even if they didn't have a garden or love plants would be familiar with is holly we all know that the female holly plants produce those red berries and the male holly plants sit quietly in the background doing their duty. The male sprawl out. I know for most tallies. The males are not attractive plant as females. They're kind of e and whatever but they do the job right. They get the job done. They are necessary yes in terms of pollination and producing those berries. I think also more and more people are familiar with the idea of male and female plants because of cannabis cannabis is a diocese plant. Right and It is a plant that males and females. Now unlike hawley for cannabis growers. In less they are breeding cannabis. They don't want the males. They don't want their females to be pollinated and why it. Why is that because once. The female flowers are pollinated. They don't go on to produce bigger more cannabinoid rich bud. So they're they're producing seeds instead of exactly so for those who grow cannabis. They want female plants not male plants but another plant. That is dialysis that has male and female that people only want males are gingko. No no no no. No you say this. As if it's true for everyone. If i could be guaranteed of buying a female gingko tree i would be all over that because for nari gingko feeds are frigging delicious and and the reason that many people don't want female is that the fruit is stinky. Yes it is smells horrible. This is often used as an urban tree Because it's lovely and it doesn't get too large and you know it has a lot to recommend it an urban tree the last thing you want to smell fruit walk. You know in the washington. Dc area if it turns out that because you can't tell what sex ginko is until it gets old enough to fruit so you plan to all these beautiful street trees and then ten years down the road people in the neighborhood start complaining about the stinky fruit in the dc area if enough people at a certain percentage in the neighborhood complain the city will come in and cut down the female gingko really criminal. Well you know what. I hoping you were going to say. I was hoping you. We're going to say that the city would come in and pick all the fruits when he was young so that it didn't fall on the sidewalk and be a problem but no now that's never going to happen. What other plants to that are familiar to people. But that might surprise them. Begonias begonia dialysis so the male and the female flowers of the begonias. They're both pretty. But if you look at them you can most definitely see how they are different and another thing that people might not realize is dialysis is asparagus. If you grow asparagus in your garden and you notice at the end of the season that some of those plants those pretty little red seeds on the fernie. Franz those are female asparagus plants. So asparagus is another one. You know. those are two pretty common plant. I think people just don't realize that they're on separate male and female plants. Asparagus is one plant. That people often prefer to buy males and that is because the females of course put a certain amount of attention into making needs and the males put more attention into growing more shoots and so when you purchase slips of asparagus plants to start an asparagus bed. There are many companies that offer all male plants.
China Plans To Sell COVID-19 Vaccines To Other Countries
"Has five covert 19 vaccines in Phase three trials, one has been given and conditional approval. Of course, China has a huge population to inoculate at home, but it's government is also pledging to provide its vaccines to lots of other countries. Catches up now on how all of that is gonna work out. We're joined now by NPR, China correspondent John Rule, which Hey, John. Hi there. Hi. Okay. So China has what the latest count 1.4 billion people total is the country focusing on vaccinating its own population first. Yeah, it's doing both. It's focusing on the domestic population, and it's also looking abroad. You know, China took quite strong measures early on in the pandemic and has mostly mostly brought it under control at home since late spring, so You know they've done some emergency vaccination since the summer. And as you say one of their vaccines was recently approved for broader use. So they're targeting 50 million vaccinations by mid February early February because the pandemics largely under control there. The efficacy trials for these vaccines that are being developed, have been done abroad in more than a dozen countries across the globe. And in Mei Shi Jin Ping, the leader of China, said that any vaccine that comes out of China is going to be a global public good right prep with priority on developing countries, So it's already in use in Bahrain and the U A E, which had been testing it and approved this vaccine in December. But the phase three data hasn't been released. Yet for any of these vaccines is under development, and that's going to be key, experts say, because that's that's the step that's going to open the door to the W H O blessing, basically, right. Okay,
Tlingit art on postal stamp, and COVID surge in US
"This is national native news antonio gonzales the art work of a clinker artists from juno alaska will be featured on a new post stamp set for distribution next year henry show with cage. Ns reports rico. Lana world is the founder of trickster company a design shop based in juneau that incorporates traditional northwest coast art into everything from t-shirts and stickers to skateboard decks and basketball's he says that an art director for the us postal service called him up one day he had apparently discovered some of Tricks are companies are work at the national museum of american indians. Gift shop in dc and That's sort of where our discussion began about. Making this design happen world decided to go with the scene from the traditional story of raven setting free the sun moon and stars for his design and he says he kept a national audience in mind in other so many depictions of of raven. The box of daylight story It almost a little bit like silly to do it again. But i felt like it was an important kind of desire kind of story that that gets a gateway for people to to learn about cricket culture. His design depicts raven escaping through the chimney as he is transforming back into human form. It's an exciting and chaotic scene. There are stars stuck in his feathers and the sun is in his mouth. Orel says he believes the decision to include. His art work on a stamp is part of a wider movement for better representation of native stories. I think the usps is sort of in line with everyone else trying to figure out how to enable indigenous people to tell their own stories. And so it's it's just an honor to be able to be a part of that and to represent. According to sealaska heritage institute the postal service had planned to unveil the stamp at celebration twenty twenty but the event was cancelled because of the pandemic. shi is working with the agency to hold a release ceremony next year. In hanes. i'm henry leash across the country covid. Nineteen rates are hitting all time highs. No one knows that better than the healthcare workers fighting the pandemic on the front lines. Kale c. c.'s. Brian bull talk to his sister. Traveling nurse who's just recovered from covid. Nineteen my sister. Tracy and i are both proud members of the nez perce tribe or as we call ourselves than ame- pu we're also both essential workers during this pandemic though to be fair tracy's put herself in harm's way almost daily since nineteen came to the us still. She was surprised when she tested positive herself. I did a lot of sleeping but looking back the whole first week and a half was a blur it was an early november and thankfully tracy's case came at a later time in the pandemic one knowledge treatments. A covid nineteen or much better than on its earlier stages my sister got the same regiment as president trump. Actually but she says things got tense when the texas hospital. She does stain him. Tried to discharge her after only four doses of remdesivir contrary to cdc guidelines. I feel that they were trying to discharge me because they needed the hospital bed. And i told her no that i would not leave until i receive my sister. I insisted on it. Tracy's now out of the hospital ready to see her grandkids in montana. She says everyone needs to wear masks and appreciate healthcare workers. I'm very relieved. And of course proud of my sister be well. Keep doing great work and i love you. Happy thanksgiving thank you. I love you too. Brian and happy thanksgiving for national native news. I'm brian bowl. And tony gonzalez
China sentences Ren Zhiqiang, tycoon who criticized Xi, to 18 years in prison
"The former property tycoon to a lengthy jail turn for corruption run. Jae Young, an outspoken critic of President Xi Jinping, was once a prominent member of the ruling Chinese Communist Party. From Beijing. Stephen McDonald reports. The man known here as big Cannon for his outspoken criticism of China's leadership, has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. According to court documents. Renji Chung, the former chairman of state owned property developer Hawaiian Group confessed to crimes of corruption, bribery and embezzlement. Why the China analysts have seen this as a way of silencing a once powerful critic of Communist Party General Secretary Shi Jin ping. Ren disappeared from public life in March after writing an essay, which slammed she Jinping's management of the Corona virus. The British Prime Minister
Heroines Week Xi Ling Shi
"Day. We'll be talking about different woman from history. A heroin are women do great things and are remembered for their bravery and achievements but first. Let's get brushing our first. Who roic woman lived a long long time ago in ancient China? Her name was empress schilling. She and she discovered something that changed. China forever is another way of saying a woman. Ruler like a Queen Empress Schilling. She ruled over ancient China with her husband. Emperor Wangdi the story goes that the empress was in her garden one day enjoying a cup of tea when a bug fell in her but to the emperor's freak out about a bug in her T. No I'll tell you what she did. After switzer brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and brush all the way to the molars in the back. The uppers was a freaked out by the bugging her teeth. She was fascinated. She plucked out of the teat. And started examining worm. And it was wrapped up in a cocoon. The empress began unraveling the coon and saw something like string. It was beautiful and very fine. String unlike anything ever seen before the string with silk switch rushing to the bottom of your mouth and brush inside outside and chewing side of each. The worm was a silk worm. The I saw that the little silkworm had fallen from a special tree that she was sitting under and she had an idea. She wanted to use strings. The silkworms grew to make soft and beautiful fabric. That we now call the numbers jailing. She asked the emperor to plant more of the special trees. So that more of the little silkworms would have a place to live and grow more. Silk Switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth. Your tongue of rush to the empress's plan a huge success. Everyone wanted to buy the soft silk today ambush ealing. She is still known as Silkworm. Mother and because of her inventiveness she is. Today's chompers heroin. That's choppers today but comeback tonight for more stories about awesome ladies until then. The
Warriors: Wa Shi
"We're talking about a warrior who defended countless cities against a pirate scourge but the help of a legendary of Italian meet the noblewoman and General Washy Washy was born in fourteen ninety into southern China's minority Zhang People. Her father was a powerful nobleman of those wings. Send clam which had a long military tradition. Washy is noble. Blood kept her safe from going to war while she was growing up but she eagerly studied military tactics. There's Wong traditionally trained. They're women as warriors wash. She married nobleman named And together they have a son in the mid fifteen twenties. Send men rebelled against Chinese government endangering all along clans and the process to maintain stability wash. She's father had seven men killed. This left a power vacuum that washy filled. She took her late husband's place a local ruler and eventually became one of the most powerful drug lords over time washy grew more involved with the broader Chinese government in fifteen fifty three a band of pirates called the Wuku intensified raids along the country's southern coast. China had been struggling with these particular pirates. For centuries. The ruling dynasty was well aware of Bossi's military prowess and appointed her to help. Defeat the raiders. Washy let an army thousands of miles to defend the city of Jinchon way or Modern Day. Shanghai in the process. She rescued a key government official from an ambush. Why she went on to have several key victories because of the Jong's unique culture law. She's infantry was one of the most skilled in the country they were able to forage for Food and conditions that would have caused other talion star. It became known across land as both soldiers while she was able to deal the pirates their first major defeat she personally joined the fray despite the fact that she was nearly sixty years old at the time as the battle against the pirates continued another war waged within China's ruling class. A power quarrel ended with the death of the general who had recruited washy to fight while she then asked for permission to return home she lived for another year or passing away in fifteen sixty without someone skilled as washy to keep them in check. The pirates remained a regular threat for another twenty years after her death. A local temple was built or washy spirit. It was maintained for centuries while she is among the most famous. There's wrong women for her military genius for the countless lives. She saved
The Birth of Chyavana
"The Great Rishi Brig was matted to Paloma these spend their time together devoted to each other. After some time she became pregnant. One day breath who had gone out of his home ditch for some from work. And his wife Luma was alone noxious also named Boma came to visit the wife welcomes deduction and offered him food. The doctor saw this beautiful flu leading and decided to carry whore to his bizarre kisa observed that the sacrificial file was burning wounding bright in one corner of the Armitage addressed agony and said it is said and that Albany you are the witness for all old sent promises enemy. Is it not blue. ooh That my name see this beautiful bow. Lama was engaged to me by father when she was a child and has not big stolen her away from me unlawfully. Will it not be justified in getting her back. Even by force speak dot true now. UGLY WAS NOT DILEMMA. He field both directions are and the Great Rashid. Brigham so he'd immune silent the rocks yourself repeated his question. So I'll give me finally said noxious all bowl them all disorderly through the you originally originally engaged to Paul however you will not matter to her. She has mattered the siege Pigou and is his wife. You have no light overhaul. The doctor saw was very angry. With what Agni he said and so he assumed the form of a giant board and in a single leap landed near the Rashid's wife. You've he then pulled her by force on his back and began caddying for to his whole started crying. The deals that flowed from her is formed the liberal but Assad on the child of Brig wasn't Palomas is wound was very angry with this as the rocks. Oh was still running in speed frightened. Follow fell on the the ground and delivered a baby the baby delivered from his mother's womb. Sean like that of a sun and the baby that was delivered from his mother's womb shone like the sun. The child is he's known by the name shower which means fallen from womb when deductions are saw the brilliant self the baby he was started and left Boma the next instant the rock she saw fell on the ground and was born to ashes. ballo Ma Toco baby in Harems and began her journey home when she she reached the hermitage siege was back anxiously waiting for her. When he saw hull reduce I said how did the rock she saw dare to carry you away? Who told your identity to that demon? The sacrificial fire Albany told my identity to that rock she saw it was only lead to the power of a Berlin son Charleena Cook. I was rescued. Siege Brigade became very angry with me and ghost list. He said while Guinea since you have betrayed us. I 'cause that people will put talk foul Ting's along with the good things in the file. Healing Discourse Albany appeared there and said Goudie. What you have said is not room? I am the witness for all things that happen in this world. I cannot lie even to say my life when the doctor saw ost me about his engagement. With your wife Paloma I. I had to tell the truth. I knew that your wife Boma was originally engaged by her father to the Rock Shis up all Numa so could not lie or denied. The fact I can also see with redone but I shall not do so. I hold all Brahmins in high respect I am the life force behind creation. I can multiply myself in instant. My presence is essential for all rituals without my presence. The world will stop and I'm the chief among priests on the medium of the sacrifice. How can I? Who is the link between Gods and men then become an eater of all ting's clean and unclean but he was still angry and refused the draw his curse Ogoni became annoyed and decided to withdraw himself from the world? He did not appear in the ritual of sacrificial file gnawed in house or five which involved cooking and and lighting at home the world began to suffer. Men could not do anything without file. The the thieves also began to weaken for the dependent on the worship of men and needed a me to carry holum. mm-hmm ingred distress. All of them went to Brahma the Lord of creation for him Lord hung called Agony and said ugly greed. Is Your Powell like me. You are immortal mortar. You are the Creator. You are the destroyer you resolve this world. You are the Lord and Master of all ceremonies and sacrifices. It does not look good that you sulk and stop all the ceremonies in the three worlds. The Dave's are weakening without the heaven. That only you can bring them. Oh please do not sulk. I'll need applied. I have been coast by sage. Brigham mm-hmm that. I will eat unclean things from now on. This is an insult to me who is very pure. It has been caused us due to no fault of mine. I have resolved to never eat anything again. And thus escaped from the coast. Brahma said I shall grant the Boon to you that you shall always be your no who matter how one clean the food. That is awful to you one so it comes in contact with you. It shall
ISIS leader al-Baghdadi believed to have been killed in Syria
"First the US presidents Donald Trump is to make a statement to the White House later today which she's trumpeted very much after reportedly ordering a operation against the leader of the Islamic state group Abu Bakr al Baghdadi a short while ago the Reuters news agency reported that two Iraqi security force sources had informed it that Abu Bakar about Daddy had been killed inside Syria faith Abdollah hard reports from Baghdad for the British newspaper the guardian it seems this time it's been confirmed that she has been killed act should be in Syria there are some reports also that you had detonated a suicide bomb when he was surrounded by special forces but as you say it's been reported killed before but I think I do think there is a sense that it is more critical to start you have covered extensively the rise and fall of Islamic state maybe you could remind us please of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi significance well pull out meaning two thousand fourteen I remember being in Baghdad in summer and there was the sensation thought this was an existential threat to at all I mean I remember people fleeing Buck that because ISIS units reach thirty forty kilometers north of the city and since then it was a huge phenomenal struggle for Iraqi security forces the Iraqi on terror terrorism unit specially who food for every single meter from bus with the most about that until the liberation of mostly true years ago I mean I was in the bottle of morsel request we'd we'd be crazy I mean car bombs drones at times they were so I do more driven committed to fighting the members of Islamic state up until days before the final defeat they were fighting in the old streets of most of so for both the dead you to die to be killed is a huge news for those who fight against the Islamic state however I would like to also that it's been two years since the diffuse the actual defeat of the Islamic state the president's aids has shrunk into tiny little pockets I was speaking to some security officers two weeks ago they were telling me that lacked in in the dozens the number in the dozens so it is not the biggest news in Iraq at the moment although you know it it has a huge impact and president trump will later try to maximize that that impact if reports of his death a true he will claim it as a personal victory I mean of course trump will claim is as a person victory however the actual victory has been achieved two years ago by Iraqi forces coalition forces of course that supported them the paramilitaries at fort against Islamic state the Kurds all these different elements to fight against Islamic state was a huge box of tax rates from Easton senior to in order to add up to west and doesn't suck at all again I would like to stress something I know it's a huge news of the world at the moment the best of both of you but but that has been dead for almost two years practically in the streets of Iraq in the cities of Iraq and also for if I may speak in some sector in terms in for the soonest available at one point so the Islamic state as a form of liberation from the control of Bucks ducks from the shackles metal box that they were the first who who denounced the Islamic state so go to the streets of more so than ask about Islamic state Abu Bakr bus let you and you will hear insults for hours and hours yes and as you've mentioned the Iraqi capital has plenty of other things to think about at the moment as does the rest of Iraq many deaths recently an anti government protest in a sentence of to just sum up the strength of feeling that before you go with you absolutely I mean you can hear the sounds of tear gas grenades up until now yesterday's or street fights between demonstrates as the police force the biggest news in out off at the moment is the demonstrations against the prime minister against the whole political elite and the anti corruption demonstrations and at the same time your house of very troubling news coming from the south of the country of the beginning of the clashes between Shia forces and we have to remember that these Shia forces where created to fight the Islamic state two years after the defeat of the Islamic state no D. Shi up forces well equipped well well financed by Iran and others on now fighting among themselves we know the story with seen it all of the Middle East before Hey if Abdel are hard speaking from Baghdad when news of the death of the I. S. leader if it's confirmed that would have been huge two years ago he suggested it's not now how big will the news be world why do you think Jonathan steel I think it will be quite big let's look at the analogy with some of bin laden I mean he was killed some more than almost ten years after the nine eleven attacks never stood a very big story and the Taliban have been toppled so he was also out of power a judge has been for the last two three years he was more of a global nature more of a global figure in the course of a serious review S. revenge they wanted revenge for nine eleven or stop the same thank god I got he's killed more Europeans and Iraqis and Syrians than Americans so it is a different kind of story to Bristol talking about the iris resurgence or the fact that he really is dead I asked my north resurgence quite the same way to support and which would be comforting to many perhaps to foreign policy experts within the White House particularly yes that's certainly too but how how big is this for Donald Trump trump has been arguing over whether or not the I. S. is resurgent and people who opposed his pullout from Syria and send you con to it because I. S. is resurgent so a lot depends on whether there is a god to give us the whole movement Kerrison that's no more car bombs memo suicide attacks or whether they really re emerge some people will want revenge for the death of a dungeon vehicle incentivize people to be more active what do you think of the still slightly speculative news Giza I think my greatest Jonathan's analysis of this they did if it is true it's it's an important step but but I think we just need to give this a bit more time to make sure it really happened do you think the whole debate about Islamic state is is the the military what's the what the military dynamite that he'd Wallace and and until recently Jonathan Miller truly sorry I I don't mean minutes any political dynamite upon his political dynamite but it's very difficult problem how do people get young people particularly categorized and become suicide bombers and kill us and so on thank god you learn conjures up that's been happening in mosques and imams largely financed initially by sound you read their discounts on a few kind of ideology the hotline engine to going back to the tribal origins of the Salafi movement doesn't something that's gonna be combated by military means or by shooting or says noting a leader
"shis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"shis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Carly. Shimkent. On that, same note, a ninety five year old World War, Two veteran over the moon after getting a high five from first lady, Melania. This is cute video. This was during the yesterday's d day commemoration ceremony. Take a listen to him. Two. All right. If we don't have the audio that's fine. His story is so cute. He said that he made a bet with a friend in the that was who was gonna pay for lunch. And he said that you can get a hug from the first lady. So as she was passing him. She put out her hand. Yeah. He froze, so cute. He was nineteen years old when he listed. He served as a radio operator during World War during World War Two, there's five hundred. I thought this, this number is incredible to me, five hundred thousand World War. Two veterans still alive in the United States. That is the power of modern medicine. Right. They are all them in their nineties in so many faces that we saw yesterday. They looked so good. They look so healthy. So five shis said losing three hundred thousand isn't the format. Quick stories curly forget health. I'm sorry. Go ahead. I think it was great. She's informing listeners the format she's the fat. I forgot that we were on the air, talk having a good time talking to you next our goal is now being marketed as a wellness Drake. Young adult say are drinking less than previous generation because they want to be healthier, just to your point before you make sobriety. The hip choice at the same time, health-conscious deals, spending more money at the gym even making group fitness birthday parties. The flagship drink, for example, marathon brewing company. It's a new branch of the Boston beer company, Sam Adams, they purport to have beer for runners by runners created by marathoner triathlete. The golden ale was in part of a Himalayan, see salt. That's something else that were rolling out. Smith says hardworking will always for optimal post workout drinks, and they are pushing that 'cause you mentioned getting drunk after going to the gym. I mean, usually there's a couple of hours Brian globally. Need is somewhat of an excuse. I am. Yeah..
Back To School: Recess 101
"Yeah. Guy arise. What are you? Just just bouncing ball. I can see that. But what are you doing just mountains ball here that could you if you wanted to come over to pump water balloons with our armpits said you had scientific research to do. And this does not look scientific to me. Oh, Well, I I am doing scientific research. So I guess you're gonna tell me that you're doing a physics experiment on acceleration in Baloch by. Well, actually, no, I was just bouncing this ball. And I guess you're going to tell me that you're measuring exceleron action based on earth's gravity at nine point eight meters per second per second. Well, yes, I guess I could plot this founding ball on a graph according to earth's gravitational forces. But really, I promised shis bouncing this ball Roz. You said you couldn't come over to crack. Water balloons with me because you were too busy doing scientific research about brain cognition, and this not looked like scientific research to me. Oh, I am Indy. Why I'm taking a break. Guy rose earlier today, you said you couldn't hang out with me because you were so busy studying how the human brain takes an information keeps it insider praying and Balaa was but after a while I just couldn't concentrate anymore. You know, in fact, many I couldn't even understand what I was leading anymore. Yes. That part is because I accidentally changed the language on your computer to Portuguese. And then I couldn't read the instructions on how to change it back because I don't speak Portuguese. So that is what that's all about any who. So you decided to take a much needed break. Yeah. Yeah. I'm actually starting to feel a little refreshed. Have you noticed that when you're reading or working on math problems for a long time you start to get a little fidgety? Not even the car tire that I use for a visit spinner works and don't you just want to jump up and down and around and maybe play make believe or just daydream. All of those things guy Roz got kicked out of the nail salon last out spying on. No, why you're talking about is exactly. The kind of stuff I need to do when I've been concentrating for a long time, then like three hours. So I get out there. Get out, you know, world fats. Just it Mindy you need to recharge to re energize to regroup because it's hard to sit still for such a long time. Oh, yeah. Which is why my favorite time of day is. Yes. Yes. He says is one of my favorite parts of the date to it actually makes us smarter. And better learner guy rise George telling me that running around a big open field like a bunch of screaming. Laughing wild maniacs is actually making us martyr. Yes. Mindy Mindy over the past few years? A lot of schools in America have shortened their recess times. Because kids are learning a lot more things in school today. Which is great big. But it means that we have to. Him so much. Time into one little school day that we have of less time. Exactly. And while that might seem like a good idea, you know, less recess more time for math and reading and spelling and geography and art and history and science. It also means less time for just running around on the playground. Still not entirely clear on how running around playground makes us smarter. Will here's the amazing thing? Mindy researchers known as Caniggia Logist or scientists who studied the movement of humans and animals will they've been studying this very question. You mean what the connection is between moving our bodies in learning stuff? Yes. And you know, what they've been discovering what well even finding more and more evidence or facts and clues that have led them to conclude that recess time as Bessul for kids makes it a lot easier for kids to learn in classrooms, right news. How do they figure this out? There's one particular kinesiology in Texas named Debbie Ray. And she's looked at schools were kids have more recess time than kids at other schools. Where well a good example is the country of Finland. Country. That's all the way up at the top of Europe and sandwiched right in between Russia, and so we'd -an that Finland.
Explainer 147: What will House Democrats do with their newfound power?
"Tonight. I am speaking to you because there is a growing humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border. A new year, and you congress the same. Donald Trump two thousand nineteen is already looking like is going to be a confrontational year in US politics debate. If you will the extent the Blue Wave in November's midterms, but regardless the Democrats are back fresh-faced from the holiday break with newly acquired control of the capital's lower chamber, the house of representatives the looming question. What will they do? Then you potentcy on the hill. Every call you made every joy, you're not giving text you sent every conversation. You had made the difference between winning and losing in this election. Thanks to you. We owned the ground. Thanks to you. Tomorrow will be a new day in America before we get to carry away. It's worth noting a few points and clipping ever-so-slightly those wings firstly, the democratic majority is slightly less. Twenty one seats to be exact then the last time the party one house control a little over eight years ago. And they also remains the fact that the upper chamber the Senate remains firmly in Republican hands meaning the potential for legislation passed by the house to be quashed by Republican adversities is constant then the chance of internal fighting much has been made of the new makeup of the house, and whether the different factions within democratic ranks a pulling in different directions too much has arguably been made if this despite the election of a young. Unapologetically progressive set of legislators who have promised that constituents that they will hold their president to account and question, the old gods grip on politics. The houses makeup is certainly diverse with a Sadove at twenty three percent of the chamber now female two thousand and nineteen is the best showing today. Even if the US is quest for gender parity is lagging when compared to much of the rest of the world alongside two new native American legislators, congress now also includes its first elected Palestinian American woman. It was said Palestinian American a from Michigan Rashida to live who caused the newly in stored house speaker Nancy Pelosi, the leader of the aforementioned old God and back in the job for a second time to win slightly when she was cool too. Video addressing a crowd in a bar and promising love you and you win when your son looks at you and says, look you won bullies don't win. And I said, maybe they don't because we're going to go on their mother fucker. And that's the rotunda elephant in the room right there. What will Democrats do about the thing? They clearly itching to do Pelosi has been cool shis about the notion of impeachment saying that it was far from inevitable going fast, a cool it divisive and saying that would need to be a bipartisan agreement Pelosi who essentially struck a deal with her house colleagues in returning to the speakership by saying she wouldn't remain in power beyond four years is also clearly being pragmatic, although the house of representatives investigates and votes on grounds for impeachment. It's the Senate job to approve a trial, and it would need a two-thirds majority to remove the president from office something it didn't manage to achieve with Clinton for now, we can expect Democrats in the house to shine a light on some of the more unsavory aspects of. The Trump presidency today eight including family separations, and perhaps even using house committee. Subpoena powers to get the hands on Trump's tax returns. Something that would prove a protracted legal fight. Whatever the case, and despite the potential for fervent social media outburst from the new darling of the left. The Bronx is fledgling house member twenty nine year old Alexandria oak. Casio Cortes, Democrats are broadly. You know, heated that rural blue collar base has largely been wiped out by the Trump train, which simply put means few at conservative Democrats with the potential to thwart and gender in the house. If there's one thing the House Democrats seem universally agreed on it's an aversion to the president expect and on mighty bun fight then as this year progresses. No, president should pound the table in demand. He gets his way or else. The government shuts down hurting millions of Americans were treated as leverage as for the efficacy of that fight surely two years of this administration have taught you nor. To try and predict and sadly much of what we heard from President Trump's throughout this sense of shutdown has been full of misinformation and even malice the president has chosen fear. We wanna start with the facts in New York, I'm at stock.
Kimberly Guilfoyle's nickname for Donald Trump Jr. will ruin this candy for you
"Saturday I'm Brett burkhart Sources Donald, Trump junior's girlfriend former Fox, News. As Kimberly Kimberly Guilfoil refers to him by the pet name junior men's because you. See as disgusting Wow That's not cool for a number. Reasons number, one being, bitterly partisan all the time number two for insulting that shis. Candy, yeah I love. Junior men's loves. Junior she's never eat one again in my. Life I'll certainly not. There.