18 Burst results for "Slatkin"

Trump says he will ban TikTok

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Trump says he will ban TikTok

"And trump says he will take action to ban the popular video sharing APP Tiktok. As soon as today the APP is owned by Beijing based company and as NPR's Jason Slatkin reports the trump administration along with US lawmakers fear the Chinese government may access data of some US users. TIKTOK is owned by Bite dance and the trump administration lawmakers have concerns. The company could be compelled to hand over data millions, of Americans, to Chinese authorities. TIKTOK says, this hasn't happened, but that hasn't eased a concern to Congress who recently advanced legislation to keep the APP off devices issued to federal employees. Currently, Microsoft is in talks to buy the APPS US operations to dark has issued a statement saying it is committed to protecting user privacy and safety. The company says it's user data stored in the US under strict

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"slatkin" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"slatkin" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"State Board of Education in two thousand sixteen barely she currently doesn't even live in the eighth district but says she probably will move into the district if she's elected a another name was edited over the weekend Howell car salesman Mike detmer both of them running on a pro trump trump didn't do anything wrong form both of them are sadly underfunded at this point although the Republican National Committee has already started running ads against Slatkin slatkin meanwhile has raised a boat load would of money trump won the district by seven points in two thousand sixteen the GOP is banking on the dubious proposition that is still popular in the Eighth District Slot can last quarter raised eight hundred thousand dollars she has one point six five million dollars sitting in her campaign bank accounts so she's in good shape politically right now and I've got to say as one of our constituents she really works hard anytime Congress isn't in session which includes weekends during session weeks she's back in the district doing chill two to three four events a day and it's like she's working ten days a week she is constantly meeting with constituents and like Mike Bishops she doesn't run away from the opposition. she says some town halls already post impeachment inquiry and she has not been afraid to talk to the people that oppose the inquiry into Donald Trump's misdeeds she's got the credentials I think to do that though to stand in front of them and say look at my background is you know in national security this is what I think and like talked about last week she did not run impeaching trump. You know it's not the same thing as Rashid it's going into a town hall meeting rooms are raving partisan at all Dan has a pragmatic progressive who listens to all sides and talks also that she picked up a lot of suburban Republican votes in Oakland County and that was the difference for look at these people who are going to be running against her they are rabid partisan I shouldn't say rabbit that's that's rude but they are very they have very partisan positions talking about banning abortions they're talking about cutting business and income taxes in in Michigan Oh my God more cuts no I talk about fiscal response civility which is hilarious because they support the trump tax cuts as well and the two just don't really go together you mentioned that trump had won that district but in two thousand eighteen whitmer took it and stabbing took it I don't know how well that would play I mean we had voter turnout that we might not have next time well lot of it was the turn out and I'm county For Slot can she worked very hard in the Michigan State University campus and of course aimed county is the home county for both Debbie stabbing on Gretchen whitmer which certainly impacted The party has been sending out nonstop blizzard of news releases and Social Media Post about James the latest touting media polls showing James Getting trounced by Peter's a numerous target insight poll found that failed Senate candidate John James's campaign and his record of supporting president trump two thousand percent isn't gaining traction in Michigan again the boy has James Trailing Senator Gary Peters fifty three to thirty seven a sixteen point gap that has grown chew thousand percent support for trump is hurting him with swing voters and you're going to be hearing the two thousand percent support for trump time and time again trump and pence open very vocal about their support for John James under the I think the mistaken belief that trump and pence are popular in Michigan when in fact trump I think it's ten points upside down right now in the latest polling in the state and probably going downhill as impeachment thing goes on I feel in a way I feel bad for John James He seems like a really decent guy politically I can't thank built up a little bit more of a resume or there's talk about running against Hayley Stevens for Congress and that actually would have made more sense because Republicans desperately County being the bellwether in Michigan as we mentioned with Mike Murphy several weeks ago I think more and more Oakland and grand traverse counties are the bellwether because those are the two counties that are really coming from red.

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"slatkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"slatkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He's got it all going on it the cha cha tag the vaguely Caribbean tropical feel Bryan Ferry mixes it up for what a Wonderful World the song book a W. NYC. Leonard Slatkin is alive and well. Andre president according to slack in. would have laughed at the Emmys flub from last week they were doing in memoria in the wrong photo was superimposed. over the. tribute to a trade president. poor Leonard Slatkin. is the at home we'll have a beer with his family watching the Emmys and hold on a second a mild somebody take my pulse. stuff like that happens. have a sit down conversation with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway sometime right anyway Andre press somebody that we will remember formally and informally as he takes a casual jazz approach to Jerome Kern's old man river the song book on W. NYC. he. the lovely take on I can dream can't I any Lennix old man river. Andre president the song book on W. NYC on the radio in the fifties Bing Crosby don't blame me. falling in love with you. I'm under use. but how can I help it. dawn blue. can choose. when you do this. you do. the threat. that I'm. if that dog no. online. Blaine. sweet as a kid this can be a. blame all your which. the bells in my..

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"slatkin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Two-thirds of babies born taxpayer expensive, country county run cost bills Angeles born a legal area mothers. So that's why we need to start by giving agencies charts before the security, new technology, new facilities and more people to stop process and deport if a limits not cracking down on legal, Harry that barring welfare benefits. Kaley lanes right now, we've got millions of illegal immigrants live and work here without knowing their identity or background. But we are also a nation of loans. It is wrong and ultimately self-defeating for a nation of immigrants to permit. The kind of news of immigration laws. We have seen in recent years, and we must do more to stop simply cannot. Allow people to pour into the United States undetected undocumented, unchecked and circumventing the line of who are waiting patiently diligently and lawfully to become immigrants in this country. We need strong border security at the borders. We are also nation of lunch. Panic. I think you look suspicious because. Now, I wanna we play what? Representative at Lisa Blair Slatkin said and the reason this is important is that she is a democrat in the house. Michigan a former CIA analyst. And talks about border security. I mean, listen, I'm a.

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"slatkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A comprehensive package. And. People are talking about what's on Twitter. And I think that's a problem losing the message now is a particularly big problem for moderates like span burger, she is known as a majority maker a democrat who beat a Republican incumbent in twenty eighteen and is already fighting for reelection and Republicans are eager to exploit any divisions. Among democrats. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell wants to highlight their split over the controversial green new deal with vote House Republicans are using procedural rules to force uncomfortable votes variety of issues. It's a tactic that allow them to tack on a surprise immigration amendment to one of Democrats price gun bells, but progressives like freshman, Veronica Escobar, say the reason controversies cannot dissuade Democrats from pursuing more liberal policies. They say voters want things like Medicare for all in the green new deal and the party can't run away from those votes challenging time because the country is changing the party is changing. The Caucasus so representatives, but moderate Democrats say their constituents are getting scared. Michigan freshman Oliseh Slatkin says it's frustrating to have to explain to more moderate voters that their interests have not been abandoned by Democrats. The extreme focus on a small portion of our caucus. Doesn't doesn't do any Justice to the people of the midwest to the people that I represent and they had no less right to be represented than the far life. Moderate leader. Josh got Heimer of New Jersey says Democrats need to get away from splashy controversies if they don't wanna lose their majority. We won the congress.

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"slatkin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on KCRW

"On an NBC radio. Broadcasts conducted by Arturo Toscanini who had already seen many of his European Jewish colleagues murder. He's the conductor Leonard Slatkin turn to after September eleven at the time. He was conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra which was slated to perform a festive annual concert in London, but four days after the attack Slatkin just couldn't play the happy music that was on the program. So they played the dodger. I know that when it was over on visibly crying, and I just left the podium, and I went in my dressing room collapsed by then the work had gained such emotional heft that it had become a signpost for sorrow in the popular imagination. It's been used to cast a pall in numerous movies, perhaps none more so than the nineteen Eighty-six Vietnam war film platoon where the attach your swells again. And again to a folk the pain and devastation of the war. Samuel Barbara was in his mid twenties. When he first wrote the piece as the slow movement to a string quartet today. This is how many younger people experience his dodger. Thumping fist pumping dance music anthem. Version it's just one at Peasley a dozen reworkings of the barber dodge, and it's Scott, nearly ninety million views on YouTube English musician and.

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"slatkin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on WJR 760

"And by Chevrolet now from the Chevrolet display. Here's guy. So the pace is less frenetic down here at Cobo, but still plenty of excitement and lots of great interest to get you to and we'll get you up to data those momentarily, but first we want to talk about the government shutdown day twenty four there's a new Senate bipartisan group trying to come to an accommodation in between the two leaderships. But the main focus is on speaker Nancy Pelosi and today, we saw some daylight between the speaker and some House Democrats freshman from Michigan. Melissa slatkin. Welcome to the travelling circus. Thanks for having your your. I I I don't want to start with heavy stuff right away. But you have struck a different chord. Coming in the leadership when it comes to the shutdown when it comes to the need to compromise. Tell me the message you're sending the leadership in where you are. Sure. So I think listen, I'm I'm a pragmatist, and we need to get the government open. I'm a fourteen year veteran of the federal government Iran, the shutdown for the defense department, the office of secretary of defense back in twenty thirteen I know in exquisite detail what this is doing the federal workers. And now the follow on effects, and so we need to get it over with. And we can't just have both sides digging in their heels. The good news is as someone who spent time negotiating and her prior life. You have the basis of a real negotiated deal. Right. Both sides are talking about border security, the president wants wall. The Democrats understand and believe, and certainly I believe that there is a real need for more enhancements at the border. Now is that a concrete wall from CD shining? See no, but do I suppose. Port more fencing and barriers where needed more technology and drones where needed and certainly more Borderie were needed. Yes. When it comes to fencing and borders. Are you an outlier on that within your there? Why don't we hear that were? I think this. I think to be honest with you, this is the first weekend that we've been home since at least the freshman class was sworn in. We've all been getting an absolute earful of how people are blaming Washington. Not anyone actor, but Washington for this shutdown, and you better believe Raul taking that back to our district's. You should have seen some of the texts going back and forth about how do we apply pressure to our leadership? So they get in a room into Goshi speaker Pelosi, though, has not even hinted at being willing to consider that. So where does this begin what would indicated settlement look like and does a half to be part of that? Should it be part of that? I think that there's lots of different ways to skin the cat. You can do just a plain borders carry deal that focuses just on securing the border so technology fencing excetera, I'm probably not at a five billion dollar price tag. I think that that feels a little bit unsustainable. But certainly maybe at a higher level than what Democrats have been suggesting. And I think the UK. Can also look at a more comprehensive deal. Right. Everyone knows our immigration system is broken doesn't matter where you are politically. It's broken. So let's acknowledge that and get to work on it. So you can either do it as part of a comprehensive deal or you can do Stuart skinny deal just on border security. I'm open to both. So what are the things that? We can't do it. This auto show is drink out of the drinking fountain. We've got a broken water main in Detroit. This is nothing new or novel. Was it seems to happen on a weekly monthly basis? Will we be talking about an infrastructure Bill, and how likely will that be and it should that be next or should it be pre existing conditions? Where can we have that meeting of the minds in the house? Yeah. So I think I'm obviously partial to district like mine that helps flip the house, right? The places that one back the house for the Democrats won because we talked about healthcare and protecting people with preexisting, conditions and infrastructure, and it doesn't matter if you in Michigan, and you care about, you know, the damn roads or our water infrastructure for if you're in Iowa, and you're worried about bridges or you're in New Jersey, and you wanna tunnel the Manhattan every one of my peers in the freshman classes, talking about infrastructure, and that is an extremely motivating force to go to leadership to say, we need to do two big things this year infrastructure and healthcare, and we need to get to them as soon as the shutdowns over. But the shutdowns holding us up. So what does it look like once we get past that what does it look like, and what what is the common ground at? You have maybe already tried to stick out with. Some of the house GOP. So you mean on infrastructure, infrastructure and infrastructure. Preexisting conditions. Big big tasks, I think on infrastructure. There's wide agreement that we need a once in a generation infrastructure Bill that basically accepts we've been under investing in our some of our federal infrastructure for a generation or two, and we need to reverse that. And we need to do the really big push right now. The question is always going to be how you pay for it. You know, President Trump talked about infrastructure widely. But then when it came down to an infrastructure Bill. His suggestion was that private industry a pay for it with the state's. Well, if we were going to do it that way, we could have done without the federal government. So I believe we need to revisit some of the revenue streams and get a serious once in a generation infrastructure bell. Can you have a pre existing condition conversation within your party and not lose out to the folks that wanna push Medicare for all because they're looking at twenty twenty. Well, that is certainly Michael I think that there are again, just because you're the loudest group in any one party doesn't. I mean, you're the majority, and I think what we have on both sides of the aisle right now is kind of folks on really far ends of the spectrum have the biggest megaphone, and they're making a lot of noise that does not believe a willingness to make some noise site made some noise, but to me, I think there are a ton of people who just are freshmen in the house now for pragmatists who are who know that most of our members are both of our constituents excuse me are looking just to have access to healthcare they can afford, and we all agree on that. And I it's up to us to push back on some of these ideas that I think are beyond what most of our constituents want, and it is such pleasure. And we look forward to further constructive conversation species. -nology truths. Brought to you by Geico. Truth..

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"slatkin" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"But this to me feels to be such an overreaction that it might actually increase awareness and attention in maybe support because the idea of criminalising speech, I think is going to bother people across the spectrum. I mean, there's just seems like a a very odd piece of legislation to me you are one hundred percent, right. Like this Bill is gonna piss people off because timing, and because of how Farkas and thank you for more to make people, you know, look beget than is gonna prevent. Yeah. I get this is the problem that this kind of right would swim of the politics is what Israel has taken in recent years, but with BBN Israel, and frankly, APEC often pushing these types of approaches it's in the long run. It's actually not doing Israel. Yeah. Because again makes it look like it some right wing partisan initiatives to support Israel, and to demonize, those who might oppose in Israel government policies, and that if you polarize for Israel, and so having the something that there's about part of the consensus about the long run. That's not good for the US Israel relations. Yeah. That is not good. Ben, it is five twenty seven AM in Singapore as we wrap this. I want to say thank you for making time on your crazy layover. Good luck in Burma. That's a cool trip. I can't wait to talk all about it. When you get back, so everybody, stay tuned for that. We can't tell you more details. But it will be interesting. I think. Yeah. Awesome. And yeah, good to talk to you. Tommy, I'm in the I'm in like a Cranston lounge like like would Snowden in Moscow. One of these strange pieces have international real estate. So thanks, Dan. Did the trick. I'm an travel safe talk to you soon. See? Thank you again to congresswoman Elissa Slatkin for joining the show, and thanks to Ben for dialing in during his layover in sorry to the guy next to whom who's just trying to catch them sleep in the lounge, but Ben wouldn't shut up about sanctions have a great week. Everybody talking..

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"slatkin" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"But this to me feels to be such an overreaction that it might actually increase awareness and attention in maybe support because the idea of criminalising speech, I think is going to bother people across the spectrum. I mean, there's just seems like a a very odd piece of legislation to me you are one hundred percent, right. Like this Bill is gonna piss people off because timing, and because of how Farkas and thank you for more to make people, you know, look beget than is gonna prevent. Yeah. I get this is the problem that this kind of right would swim of the politics is what Israel has taken in recent years, but with BBN Israel, and frankly, APEC often pushing these types of approaches it's in the long run. It's actually not doing Israel. Yeah. Because again makes it look like it some right wing partisan initiatives to support Israel, and to demonize, those who might oppose in Israel government policies, and that if you polarize for Israel, and so having the something that there's about part of the consensus about the long run. That's not good for the US Israel relations. Yeah. That is not good. Ben, it is five twenty seven AM in Singapore as we wrap this. I want to say thank you for making time on your crazy layover. Good luck in Burma. That's a cool trip. I can't wait to talk all about it. When you get back, so everybody, stay tuned for that. We can't tell you more details. But it will be interesting. I think. Yeah. Awesome. And yeah, good to talk to you. Tommy, I'm in the I'm in like a Cranston lounge like like would Snowden in Moscow. One of these strange pieces have international real estate. So thanks, Dan. Did the trick. I'm an travel safe talk to you soon. See? Thank you again to congresswoman Elissa Slatkin for joining the show, and thanks to Ben for dialing in during his layover in sorry to the guy next to whom who's just trying to catch them sleep in the lounge, but Ben wouldn't shut up about sanctions have a great week. Everybody talking..

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"slatkin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Want to go straight now to the newly sworn in democratic congressman of Michigan Elissa Slatkin. And thank you very much for your time. Congressman do you believe the president of the United States has the legal authority to declare. National emergency for the wall. Yeah. I think the lawyers are looking at this right now. I think the bigger question is does it make sense? And what does it say about us as a country? If that's what we're going to be doing. Let's not forget if you declare a national emergency number one, it just dilutes the importance of what we mean when we say national emergency as a national security professional that doesn't make sense. And then you take the money from the department of defense in order to build the wall. So that's five billion dollars out of our defense department coffers. And I I don't think that makes sense for us. Whether it's legal or not what will you do. You know, if he goes ahead, and does this congresswoman and declares national emergency takes money from the defense department. What will you do? Yeah. Well, I think first of all we have to understand where that will land in the court system, which is obviously separate branch of government. But then congress is going to have to act and call people from the administration up and talk about what this means I understand that there's potentially legislative action that we can take to try and reverse it. But I just think we have to be. The country of rules and laws and norms, and this violates very very standing norms. Obviously. Of course, you've national security background. I wanna make sure of yours. No that I mean, look, the vice president said that Pence today told reporters that the ongoing negotiations, right? That are going on about the shutdown on day seventeen here. Right. Have been productive. But yeah, I mean, it's hard to it's hard to see it that way when you're looking at the second largest shut down in American history day seventeen how long do you see this shutdown lasting the president had said, oh, months years. I mean, you know, sort of sounds like he was engaging in hyperbole. But are we miss for a lot longer? I certainly hope not as a former federal employee for fourteen years with people in my district who are suffering right now, the fundamental responsibility of government is to keep it running and functioning. So I think if we're in two months and years, we're in a serious serious problem. We have bills that we pass through the house on our first day that we were sworn in that were Mitch McConnell's bills. We need to pass those again through the Senate and the president needs to negotiate. I want to ask you also though in the context here. What's going on with the president? Right. What your fellow freshman democratic congresswoman from Michigan actually said had to leave. She recently spoke out with an with a an expletive about the president in the context of impeachment. Let me play the tape. When your son looks at you and says momma, look, you one bullies. Don't win and said baby they talked because we're going to go on they're going to be some other. What was your reaction to that? I mean, I on the issue of impeachment. Do you agree? This is time to go in and impeach the president. Well, listen, I've always said I want to understand what Bob Muller's report is going to say, I'm a big believer in Bob Muller when he was the FBI director. I was a baby analyst I've a lot of respect for him. I wanna read his report, and then we'll see what we're dealing with. And then in terms of the language, I just can't support that kind of language. I think we're trying to set an example for our kids some of the tenor and tone that the president has set has I think been fundamentally unbecoming it. I don't think it helps us to respond in kind with that kind of language. So I wanna ask you on this issue of impeachment. An idea suggested by another new democratic congresswoman Alexandria Cossio Cortez. She has actually suggested raising taxes, by the way by stratospheric Lee. So on some of the wealthiest in this country. Let me play her for you. Once you get to like tippy tops. I on your ten million dollar. Sometimes you see tax rates as high as sixty or seventy percents that doesn't mean all ten million dollars or taxed at an extremely high rate..

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"slatkin" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"It's incumbent Republican. He runs as a moderate. He has pretty aggressively distanced himself from Trump, but it is sort of. It's a definitely a d- leaning district. But it's been listed as a top a toss up lean are, but it's been moving sort of slowly off the map for for Republicans. If he can hold on there. I think that would be an indication that some of this late turned to the immigration rhetoric did not have as much as an impact as other in some Republicans can't hold onto those more swing district. And he and he condemned a President Trump's focus on the Gration Bill governor mine is I think David talent. And I have this in our top racer. Which is Michigan eight and that is a district that is currently held by a guy named Mike Bishop Republican Trump won this district by almost seven percent. Romney wanted by three points. It was redistricting to incorporate areas that Mike Bishop Bishop would end up winning the woman who's running against him is named Melissa Slatkin. She has defense background and intelligence background. This is a district that contains Michigan State University. And this particular voter suppression tactic. That was doctored in Michigan before I was governor to prevent students from being able to vote where they go to school has caused Democrats to lose this area. However, this campaign Lissa Slatkin's campaign has really gone out of their way to register to get students to decide to say that Michigan state is their home, which is what they have to do in order to vote there and that has caused an increase in twenty thousand student registrations. She's hoping that that including their work on the ground. We'll help to flip this to a blue district. Let's talk about the bigger trend. One thing that is so interesting is just about the fact that things are still up in the air. We still don't know normally midterm elections. It seems like you know, that there's going to be a bloodbath one way or the other conservative columnist Brad Stevens wrote in the New York Times, quote, Democrats should be walking away with the mid terms that they are not is because they have consistently underestimated the president's political gifts while missing the deeper threat, his presidency represents you agree. Well, I think one of the reasons that we're not walking away because redistricting has created gerrymandering that his favorite Republicans over Democrats, which is why all of these governor's races are so important for redistricting in twenty twenty. I also do believe though that in twenty-six teen, we missed the angst of people who felt like trade, etc. Was not being addressed by the democrat. So I think in that sense. That is true. But boy help save us in this nation. If the deep thread that he is mining is a thread that it's about. Hatred or a thread that is about fear because that's not the America that Democrats want to. I think people are rejecting. And the reason I think the Republicans are doing as well as they are inspite is I think people are rejecting this idea that that because the president brings up immigration or because he brings up other other issues that the left immediately says, oh, he's a racist. Or he's a big. I think that that people are bristling at that. And that's why I think you see the enthusiasm is high look, and then you have the fundamentals that are very strong for the prison. He's doing things that are popular the tax cut, the cutting the regulations growing this economy fighting on trade blue collar workers having their wages. Go up. Look at look at a high school educated man and see like, yeah. Forty point gap in the that are why because they're feeling that personally and a lot of this is right there. It's the pocket book and people are going to vote on their wallet in their pocket book. And I think that's why you might see some surprises tomorrow on some. On Tuesday things Bernie was trying to tell the Democrats about the trade issue ends. I don't think all of us miss the trade issue. But I think Republicans have to look in the mirror now if you had a kid that had as and Bs on the report card doing well with their trumpet lessons, but also happened to be selling meth out of the basement. You would say hold on a second..

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"slatkin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on WJR 760

"The Frank Beckmann show. News talk seven sixty WJR. Did you? Thank you, Dr pretty for the birthday wishes. Happy Berkeley, Dr Beckmann, all the best. So thanks to everybody. Come back. Get a piece of cake. I don't know where Theresa guess them. But she is the lead in the sales department on birthday cakes. It's all I can tell you great bakeries. Is it good? Awesome. Yeah. Says he chocolate or. Oh, yeah. Yeah. There's little chocolate little. Yeah. Eight different layers of chocolate. Oh, no come trying. I I've got a fresh Cup of coffee waiting for it. So there it is come on back. Hurry, though, Chris has got it. Now L boy, I've had my piece that sitting next to me, but took the rest of the gang. And are you going to have any to take home to MRs Beckmann? No. She could make a wrong. The dogs will get it before you will. That's for. Sure. Well, they're always treated better than me. I gotta stop now. I gotta get to the phones. Okay. Happy birthday again. Frank. Thank you anymore. Toco, thank you. Well, one to come tomorrow. So we're celebrating early. That's okay. I'm thankful for all the the well-wishes eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven let's go to Newport. And Mark you are up on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning, sir. I'm great. Thank you. Hey, twenty five plus. Thank you. I would like to make comments about slapping even an extra day. She's got three towers in. Yep. Stop by pillow. See I don't believe this lady. She's always saying about preexisting condition. She will she will vote for people who have preexisting condition. But now that hand somebody I was like Stephen is saying this same thing. She is she was chief for that. Had big three surviving team to head been ten years. Go. Yeah. She she. She bought sandwiches when they told her to go get the sandwiches. I will call her that she don't know. What is the difference between the budget and banners? And she did that. Opinions to go. She was maybe twenty five to seven years lady. I don't know what she was doing. But I think if MRs exiting pays for primary with their own. Oh, you company, right? The white cheese training for this position. I don't have any clue by clue is something for the oil industry to improve the profitability on the one guy, which I will vote Frank is Mr John Jakes these guys have some guts because he's army guy, and I was. Geico. And I think he's the guy which I will vote for him. All right. Stephen slatkin. I wouldn't even hesitate monitor them down. All right. Well, I don't think there in your district of your in Newport, Mark. So you don't have to worry about that. Premier for. I'm from Minnesota. Also, you will be voting in the in the. Yeah. The Bishop Slatkin race. Me everybody's saying they would vote to support existing conditions. But if you go well that wasn't. Here's the thing. Here's the thing. If you really look at it. Obamacare got rid of coverage for preexisting conditions for some people. And and that is not being addressed by the people who are now claiming, oh, they'll take away preexisting condition coverage if you vote to repeal ObamaCare now ObamaCare took it away, and and I can start I'll introduce you to somebody who had to take it away. And you can look at their case if you like, you know, so that's just a friendly note to any newspaper editor who might want to get the info I'd be happy to provide it to you anyway. But they won't they won't because that would that would bring about some some negative coverage of the king, and we'll be back in a moment here on the Frank Beckmann show. More of your calls coming up promise, you eight hundred eight five nine. Zero nine five from Tyler.

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"slatkin" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Zeus when all the other olympians wanted to bind him and to be bound slatkin points out is the doom of god and the'd is does nothing short of saving the cosmos and maintaining cosmic equilibrium by preventing zeus from going down like zeus zone father krona's though that's kind of funny to suggest that you would be saving the cosmos by saving zeus because like what good is zeus zeus is just trash yet but it but he's the trash we know right you can imagine a situation it was like oh man these gods gods are crazy but at least we kinda have worked out in what they're they're mad passions are we don't need another revolution so that the other olympians will rule the roost i mean zeus mostly just does bad stuff yeah but it's true it's true well there's something it's like it's almost like we make excuses for him as this like bad tempered criminal violent male deity were were just like oh boys will be boys what a rask all are we still talking about mythology talking about current events no no no i think that well i think there's something to be said about that and that'll tie into today's episode so fetus were also told in the the writings of the greek poet pindar was destined to bertha son more mighty than his father and that's why her original suitors zeus and poseidon both abandoned her love and forced her against her will to marry a mortal instead so think of that there's tremendous power in theaters like she was faded to birth this this child greater than its father so if she had born the son of zeus or poseidon that would have been a rival to the king of the gods right but the king of the gods if the king of the gods has a son who's two powerful he asked to fear he will be thrown right so maker mary immortal so at least her mighty son will be mighty in more or less the mortal realm and certainly kelly's is mortal that's kind of the.

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"slatkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Detergent justin davidson is classical music critic for new york magazine people respond to it with a kind of physicality it's got a visceral ability to connect yeah film director ken russell felt that connection after hearing corigliano 's clarinet concerto he invited the composer to step out of the concert hall and into a hollywood studio to write the score for the saipan horror film russell was shooting altered states you want be wild so i strongly law a learned law near i had the incredibly rule should resort she here are showbiz rural and energy me not all members of the orchestra were pleased with his experiments the first cellist on that score was my mother who berated him right left that conductor leonard slatkin became a champion of cory janos work and programs at often john is not afraid to use many styles it is writing he also is a color wrist he's able to use whatever instruments and vocal forces he has at hand to create new sound worlds slatkin conducted at grammywinning reporting of corneal janos first symphony the composer's response to the aids epidemic up the 1980s loud very painful preached right i was composing a peace treaty was my best friend sheldon shwoing lived in chicago was diagnosed with lewis assist pneumonia meant he had aids in that manner in those days that he was going to die in the two year and i realized i lost sahlin france to this horrible horrible lay that i had over 100 be in my whose aside ooh even his curry was pouring out his rage and remembrance the title the symphonies first movement he was putting the finishing touches on something completely different his comic opera the ghosts of versailles upi quarter yano lean toward to win the 1999 academy award for his score to the movie the red violin hoyer janas music can't be pigeonholed he's written a song cycle on bob dylan's lyrics he's currently working on a saxophone concerto and another opera with a libretto by his husband mark adama at eighty corigliano still loves to compose it just takes a little longer when i was.

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"slatkin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New york magazine people respond to it with a kind of physicality it's got a visceral ability to connect film director ken russell felt that connection after hearing poorly janos clarinet concerto he invited the composer to step out of the concert hall and into a hollywood studio to write the score for the saipan horror film russell was shooting altered states he wanted meanwhile so i love the law a learn the all the alliance incredibly law should resource shoes there are some of this world and energy of maye oneplus not all members of the orchestra were pleased with his experiments the first cellist on that score was my mother who berated him right left but conductor leonard slatkin became a champion of korea knows work and programs it often john is not afraid to use many styles it is writing he also is a caller wrist he's able to use whatever instruments and vocal forces he has it hand to create new sound worlds slatkin conducted at grammywinning reporting of corigliano its first symphony the composer's response to the aids epidemic of the 1980s lousy very painful peace right i was composing the peace because my best friend shelton schwaller addis loomed in chicago.

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"slatkin" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

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"slatkin" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Yeah i know it was a little interesting yeah there is a couple of things that the black guy like and then i thought i'd where he was gonna be the first kit like big when they're all when mullah guy bully yeah i tell you about to kill him right there another be really about the killings then when likes it up when they were all this very i know that eggs care was like the jewish girls at roker from a black list for the release of three with thrown out with them when they're all disbanding he didn't really have a reason leaving he's like come on guys i can't really hang out with two why goes like to wake us i got beyond his here's gladly ed let's let's talk about eur w evan rates would ireland set as the says memory again at a here so basically just to set the table that the situation james cameron obviously you guys know james cameron has beast one of the most famous and successful directors of all time you could arguably say the most successful door of all time you can officially say just by box office he just by box us as he directed avatar titanic terminator two alien resurrection second alien yet slatkin alien uh other movie jack man i mean titanic tighthead india adding organi mozell faulk young he aqua man in entourage fears warnings meteorologist officially fixed the movies that he's directed art his anyway basically uh someone asked him how he felt about wonderwoman in an interview and in the interview he said i wish i had exactly what he said maybe i do have exactly way said here uh about.

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"slatkin" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"slatkin" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Back to the book there is infection in everything even sleepiness can be infectious and yawning can be factious there is even infection of a time in large scale military science when adversaries are excited in the evidently are in a hurry to act you behave as though you are completely unfazed giving the appearance of being thoroughly relax nazis do this the adversaries themselves are influenced by this mood becoming less enthusiastic when you think your opponents have caught that mood you empty your own mind an act quickly and firmly thus gaining the winning advantage in martial arts as well is essential to be relaxing body and mind notice the moment and opponents slatkin's and quickly take the initiative to win now the reason i wanted to point that one out is is for especially for people in police officers bouncers that's the deescalation right someone's getting all excited if you get excited backed atom you're just escalating the situation act com com then down don't let them they want you'd get riled up like that drunk guy that they that that domestic violence situation they want you they want to fight they want to lash out few guilt to begin to take it in in a large in largescale military science is essential to calls upset his critical to attack resolutely where enemies are not expecting it then while their minds are unsettled uses steered vintage should take the initiative and win there's fright in everything this means being frightened by the unexpected.

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