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Is the Republican Wave Building Fast?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Is the Republican Wave Building Fast?

"Which means the business of the house. It goes nomos. Where is my article here? Yes, there it is. By Chris Solis, the Republican wave is building fast. With just over 5 months before the 2022 midterm elections use, that's where they're wrong. It's not 5 months voting begins in four months, actually. Since we have voting month in America, it's kind of this perpetual voting season. On Thursday, the cook political report, Amy Walter, a nonpartisan handicapping service, moved ten of its house races in favor of Republicans and adjust that its GOP gains in the fall upward between 20 to 20 to 35 seats. Given that Biden's approval rating is underwater and dozens of districts he carried in 2022, any Democrat sitting in a single digit Biden seat or Trump seat is that severe risk and even a few seats and that Biden carried by ten or 15 points could lose. Crystal is a rights at CNN dot com, the confluence of these predictions are built on several historical trends that have been predictive over decades. The first is that midterm elections tend to be bad for the president's party. Since World War II, the average seat loss for a president's party in the midterms of 26, I think Republicans are going to far exceed that. The generic ballot tends to favor Democrats, marginally in a neutral political year. A recent poll from quinnipiac, university should Republicans, they four point edge on the generic ballot. The reality of this current political moment is that things appear to be getting worse for Democrats, the closer we get to the election, fears of a wave washing away even incumbents previously considered safe, now seems entirely justified. CNN is trying to warn people what we have seen Bill throughout this entire year. Joe Biden thinks it's just

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"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

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"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"That I could think of trying to ground him was just to see if I can just pull it away. Just pull it away. Because of also as a young actor, my side gigs were, I was a teaching artist. I taught I helped teach. I worked with a playwright at Rikers Island in their incarceration facilities. And I work within mates and then the playwrights would help them write plays and then we as actors would come and show them the process of the actor and do readings and so on and so forth and these plays were riddled with curses, right? These are all kids who have just been denied denied denied who are angry, angry, angry and so all they could spit on on a page is after this and have this and have this. And I remember distinctly when I was doing those programs is watching the playwright find a way to let them know that look, this word doesn't mean as much if you say it's 700 times, but if you never say it and then you say it, it hits in a certain way. And I thought to myself, and I just remembered that from my teaching artist years and I thought, okay, well, maybe that's what can happen is that I can just pull it away. So if, in fact, I do, right? You can do it. In fact, the producers, the writers, they say to me, he's got a curse right now. I go, great. I can do that. Because I haven't done it up until now. Right. Right, right. No, that's awesome. That's what makes a character yours. And I really hope he gets hobby, though I'm dying for him to get javi. Another great actor too. He's fantastic. What a team they are. It's just fantastic actors. Yeah, and he said some wonderful things about you and some interviews I was reading. So yeah, let's leave the interview with this. Whenever you have down the road, just please throw it out there. And also subway token Phillips whatever you want to say about either or. Yeah, subway token films was a production company that my partner Lisa Fernández and I started basically it was out of necessity. We had been asked by her parents to go and help their own a vineyard in Chile and we had been asked to go and help them at the vineyard and I had never been.

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"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"I got to have a reference, that's not to say that if I'm playing a drug dealer, I'm going to go out and become a drug dealer. It just means if I'm playing somebody who's working in a very hostile environment, I have to be able to go, okay, where was I? Oh, yes, I remember that time that I took my trip to Morocco and landed it for in the morning and had to find my way to my hotel to my Riyadh at four in the morning inside of a Medina in the heart of Morocco and I'd never been there and it felt dangerous. Right. It felt dangerous. Yeah. I have that experience. I have that reference. So I can reference that when I'm now sitting in a room playing a guy who does that. I have references of trying to convince people that if they don't do what I'm telling them to do, there will be some kind of consequence to pay. I have that reference. Right. So I use that reference. I need to be able to have some kind of reference. And in doing so, I layer that reference into the characters that I play. Yeah, and I've heard Ray Liotta, I think, said this for Goodfellas. He said, I think he hung around guys that were in the mafia. He was learning. He was learning he got feedback after the movie came out. Do you find that you get, I'm going to be careful how I phrase this. Do you find that you get feedback from all walks of life on your performance? I mean, you mentioned your dad, which is awesome. I'm so happy he's still with us. Yeah, do you get feedback from all walks of life of, you know, that's accurate. That may not be, do you get that kind of stuff? Absolutely. I have someone who helps me. I don't sort of monitor my own social media because I'm a dinosaur. I'll just mess it up. I don't know how to really do it. So I have some people who help you do it, right? Yeah, yeah. I don't know how to do that. But I recently got a message from someone and I didn't know, and then I saw them again, and they were looking at me funny. I'm like, why are they looking at me funny? And I realized, oh my goodness, they sent me a message, right? So I don't know. But in doing so, I had conversations with people who helped me with that who have said so you got a message from somebody in Colombia. And I'm like, okay, cool. Cool. And they're like, they like you. And I was like, okay, cool. And then, yeah, sure. And then there's people who were like, you know, I'm please don't hurt me, you know? I recently, I don't think it's private to say I recently got a pretty threatening message that I had to actually report to the police. And it had to do with the fact that they thought that I thought that I thought that they believed that I was the person that they were watching and they thought that they could. Take care of me. Oh my God. So yes, I do..

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"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"And. Kind of, he's a man who runs a business and he's got to make the best choices for his business. And he loves his family very much and he takes care of those who work for him. He loves them all. He's a good businessman. He's a very good, honest, straightforward businessman. And in doing so has to make some very difficult choices from time to time. And unfortunately, in the world that he does business in. The decisions he has to make are specifically for the world that he does business in. Draw that he has two these two, what would assume to be non in the world of his business characters? Draws him even more because he sees normalcy. He sees sort of a logical, legitimate, what has been not given to him in his world, which is legitimacy. He sees that. He sees the opportunity and being a smart businessman. He knows he knows what he needs to do. He needs to enlist the help of these people who will give him legitimacy. But yes, but calculating, I mean, you know, I like to, I like to, I'll take that as a compliment from those who say that. And it was a compliment the way I read. What I'm hoping they're saying is this is how I see him. And then Derek, you'll see him as somebody else. And then my dad sees him as somebody else and my friends see him as somebody else and I go great. I've been able to like James Earl Jones once said about acting. He said, you what you need to do is you need to have ropes that you shoot from your character out to every single person watching you. And then once all those ropes have connected everyone who's watching, you send the story through those ropes to those people. And what you hope is that what the story that that connects to that audience member is different than the rope that was connected to that one and that one. And that one, and so you give yourself a complete, varied, multi layered performance that gives the audience their own personal opinion about the character. And through your long and illustrious career, you've been on both sides, right? You played the FBI agent and you're on the other end right now and Ozark with Omar Navarro playing head of the Mexican drug cartel. Do you find and I tried to a perfect way to phrase this question? Have you found that being that FBI agent, you found ways you can effectively, you know, ways to portray the varro. In other words, being in the other end of the spectrum. Do you get ideas from playing that I don't want to call them a villain, but you know what I'm saying? You get ideas from other performances you've had and like, does that give you ideas? Is it spark thought? I'm a reference actor, Derek. I'm a reference actor. I don't I find it very difficult to. Genuinely give deliver a performance if I don't have a reference. Some people will agree and disagree with my own personal way of going approaching every character that I play..

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"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Oh my God. Hold on. Hold on. No, no, you're gonna take a full of it. Hold on, hold on. I want you to know this was not rehearsed, okay? You ready? Felix? Yes. Yeah. Yeah, it's crazy. It's the same one. So good. They're so good. They're so good because they're actual. It's like, I would say it's like a fraction of an inch off from one to one scale. It's dead on. Yeah, yeah, yeah, they're great. They're great, they're great. I always there was always. There was always that thing in the back of my head that was like, who's teaching this? Like, who where does this come from? This force, this idea, this where does this come from? And so I always had that question from watching and so on and very few people knew about it. I've been a Star Wars fan for a long time and nobody knew about it. Nobody knew about it. It comes. But yeah, I like Yoda as well. I'm a Yoda collector. Recently, I literally just before I got on with you, I was at this great store in Los Angeles on the Burbank area called blast from the past. I was just like, they could do like vintage toys and action figures and all kinds of good stuff. And I came across this high blood in the car. But I came across a sheet of stamps. 2007, the United States Postal Service released these 41 cent stamps, and it's Yoda, a sheet of Yoda stamps. And I was a great picked it up. I have a Yoda focus. Where you get those frames, where you get those stamps framed. Think so. Yeah, you have to, yeah. Yeah, it's a clean sheet, hasn't been bent. It hasn't been like, it's just a super clean sheet. It's inside of a bag and board, a comic book bag of board and so I thought, absolutely..

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"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"And I just didn't. I said, something's wrong. There's got to be something wrong with him, 'cause I've heard dogs whimper. I've heard dogs, you know, wine, but I just never had heard a sound come out of a dog's mouth like this. And I turned my partner, my partner, unhooked her seat belt, she jumped into the back of my truck, and I said, what are you doing? She said, I can't take it anymore. She unhooked him. And the crying stopped, and I looked in the rearview mirror, and he was curled in her lap. And I thought, and that's when I thought I was like, okay, I don't, I don't practice religious religion. I'm not a religious person, but I kind of went universe, anything higher power than who I am. I've gotten the message, this dog will live the rest of his life. In the best possible way he can. So that's the knucklehead. I didn't want to change his name too much because I didn't, I didn't want to go through the process of that. I know what that's like. They say it's an easy process, but for me personally, I didn't want him to feel he's already in a strange place. I didn't want to give him even more of a strange thing to have to relearn his identity. So I just took that and I chose somebody who I found him in Los Angeles. I was living in Los Angeles at the time of no longer there, but I thought, who is somebody that I believe stood up to adversity overcame tremendous amounts of pressure and backlash and all kinds of things that are awful that have occurred to our civilization and history and I thought, oh yeah, that guy. So I was like, I'm going to have to get used to me calling you Jackie Robinson. Yeah, and you could tell he's clearly changed your life. I mean, I'm looking at these pictures because I mean, I have three dogs in my house. I'm looking at these pictures. There's one of him on your lap, and I was at work doing this research. I almost was getting and I'm not saying this to sound over the top. I was getting emotional, just 'cause I know what I get it. I get the love,.

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"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"So I have to say, sometimes you get a good feel on your guests when you go to their Instagram page because, you know, you can only read so many interviews and go through IMDb. You know, I think everyone's aware of the amazing work you've done. But I want to ask you a few things in your personal life that aren't too personal that I think you like talking about. Tell me about Jackie Robinson and how Jackie Robinson has changed your life. Oh my goodness. Well, he rescued me about 5, maybe almost 5 years ago. I was in Los Angeles and this was just like maybe the Christmas before the pandemic started. And my partner and I would just floating, we had just had some Chinese food and we having a walk past this one pet store in LA and they had like their obligatory weekend group of animals out to try and have them adopted and rescued. And we both were kind of like, that's it. We just sort of noticed them and then it just stuck in my head and it's stuck in my head like why was I so reactionary to just seeing these dogs in the street in front of this pet shop petco or whatever I can remember. And it's stuck with me. About ten, ten, maybe 12 days later, I said to my partner, I said, what do you think about, she said, let's just go and just we're just going to go, we're just going to look and I was like, great. So we went to Downey. Rescue animal the Downey animal rescue center, and it's a high kill shelter. And they're no longer. I don't think there are any allowed to be this high kill, but at the time there were high kill. It was a high growth subject. So I walked in and again, I just walked in and I was like, I'm not looking at anything..

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"solis" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"That's getting easier. I'd say though nowadays because there's big open source movement so if you go to look at something some kind of deep learning application. Let's say usually you'll find. Somebody's released some kind of code in python. Let's say that you can go get that. Then you can build on top of it so actually a lot of what i've done has been look around fund what somebody else has done. That almost solves my problem take that and then build my own things on top of that apply to my problem. Say if we compare now to even ten years ago. I'd say it's much easier to do it now. Yeah but of course it. It's partly about matching the toll to the job as well which is not always easy. 'cause there are a lot of tools so if there's somebody listening now this and thinking that maybe i can do the same thing moving to doing my own. Ai things What would you say. How long does it take. How many years of studying that you can do rudimentary things with a. Yeah that's a hard question If you come from a more traditional. Solis born health background It's going to take longer just because if you take a sport science degree for example usually there's no real programming component. So you don't learn from an early stage about the potential of computers and how to communicate with them. Because that's what we're doing here is. We're trying to train a computer to do it job for us. That's basically why we use So if you come from an it background. i would say go for it. Unites within a year or two. You can probably be building applications. Do you want them to do if not then. I think you've got to start at the beginning naturally. Learn the basics of of programming to figure out how to actually get the computers to do what you want. If you can't do that you know even if you find open source code that's promising if you don't have the ability to work with it and to build on it then you're not gonna get a working solution..

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"solis" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"My toes were like cell split but even then they're never perfectly Align but notation. I think is an literacy. I think is the closest humans come to Creating like that machine like symmetry. That machine like ability of duplication. You know cloning. Unique machines for and i think that might be what i need is Talking about what she talks about like the soloist of Notating music is that That perfect duplication that perfect symmetry that you can accomplish literacy and then on top of that through computers i think is Like i think we use things like solis. It kind of muddies. The waters a little bit like you know but yeah yeah yeah and i wish you know she can go go into that because i think there is every she is tapping into something but it's a very very low terms. We say things like solis and stuff like that. And but something scientific this. I think it's a dangerous was fun. Flaws in presentation of the idea and looking back at the previous to chatty see a couple of other points in the two it was like that she is communicating. Something very valid about the state of you know the european world and how it's developed there is a there is a truth in that combine denied But i don't necessarily think that that truth is something that's fixed fixed stuck and it's a permanent facet. The culture i feel like everybody ultimately has the opportunity to grow volve and change. But it's just. I think what we really need to figure out is how do you you know. Stimulate that f- it's you know if it's worth uso at all you know not do not. Music is way easier for artificial intelligence.

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"solis" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"solis" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Tradition and people for it to work so like if people get invaded if people get That lineage and continuity disrupted a lot of the knowledge against gets disrupted whereas with literacy this there is something a more. Solis about just Creating a plug and play culture where people can just happen without any connection to the culture or whatever like in the oral culture. They'll pass everything down because you will learn to play music and sing the music with your parents. Then we will pass it on to your kids. So there's an experiential Type of thing that when my argues more communal more soulful or whatever to learn in that way through human connection but you can yeah but you can also argue that for example when you have a notation and you played that and you put the song you play the song down and it gets played. Three generations later what people listened to three generations later is closer to the experience of the people that listen to it. Three generations go just because certain things were captured. You know so. It's but it's but it's limited to how well the notation could capture the exact experience whereas been about person you actually see and hear what they were doing. So yeah ya doing too but remember everybody everybody by site. The whole you know plane telephone affect you tell somebody to story and by the time you hit the hundred persons stories. Not exactly the same as the first story. You're right well yes. It's been estimated but not the exact same thing and that's just due to an innate imperfection of us being you know physical limitations at certain points in time you know so But also look at something. Look at something like Look at something like what do you call it. The dark ages like the fact that people were able to recover that knowledge on hold different groups of people you know came came from the fact that you know it was able to be written.

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"solis" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"solis" Discussed on Bro History

"Right off coming right out of the. You know being a province of the ottoman empire. And you know they really thought that all this land surrounding land the phrase us was any place where serb was was serbia or any. I think they use like maybe a an orthodox church brit the exact Phrasing of that. But i mean they're nationalist movements very very hyper So you think that they kinda like china has like kind of like this han centric type ethnic nationalism character to it definitely. Yeah i mean. They won't even acknowledge that such as a separate language even though linguists would ever say that it wasn't you know yeah it's easier to build a nation state that way when you have one dominant ethnic religious group and the serbs. They weren't unique. I mean that was the will sony and vision and it was just a carry-over of of the the spirit that dominated the nineteenth century in europe. You know self-determination for ethno Linguistic and religious states so There was there was a little bit more tolerance by that point in terms of religious minorities We weren't in full like you know reformation thirty years war type stuff but Yeah it seems like a lot of the clashes between the han chinese and like leaguers. You know have been logistic full out kind of just race riots. Race fights yeah. I mean i don't i don't really know what to say to that i mean. Pcp have the power to do what they want The weavers try to resist. That is very admiral I would certainly if i were in their position as well. But at the end of the day Whether or not cities mentors to take this as a statement of realpolitik or You know sort of a moralizing lesson. the strong do what they will in the week will suffer what they must and that you know if we're going to do what i can say. Fair point fair point. Yeah like what are what are we gonna do. What are we supposed to do something. Every time at like tibetan. Like i would never support the chinese policies toward the tibetans or the leaguers. But that doesn't mean that. I want to live in a in a fiscal military imperialist state devoted to trying to intervene all over the world and just making a total mess of things. And that's why. I want the myth of us grand strategy to just die to just die like even in the yuna polar moment. We made such a horrifying massive things. Maybe that's the good thing that maybe it would be good if china were really really strong and you know. Us elite needed to focus really hard on making good foreign policy decisions. I don't know because during unipol moment. It was just mistake after mistake after mistake after mistake. I mean it's unbelievable..

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"solis" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"solis" Discussed on Bro History

"He has to make compromise yes to make deals within the party within the broad the the wider bureaucracy with local government officials local government officials don't want to be paying more benefits to more migrant workers. They love for them to come. That'd be great But no. We don't actually want to like pay your benefits and stuff like you know. They've made efforts to reform that it's been a back and forth process but that's just one of those examples where you know it's it's not not as cut and dry it's very uneven. Just like liberalising currency reforms. All that stuff you know she has been. It's hard to keep up with everything because he tries so many different things And there's a lot going on and china's huge. The economy has a lot of moving parts. You know they have their own shadow banking system which is a whole other thing So so are there specific elements or regions or or groups of absolutely absolutely yet Let me see you through my notes here. I had written that down somewhere here reporter. I'll just tell you so obviously the tibetan problem. I'm just gonna phrase these in in the manner of problems. I'm the leadership. This is a problem. Tibetans leaguers such knees. Shanghai all problems hong kong problem. These are all problems right. These are all potential secessionist problems for different reasons. The first two are at no religious problems. Right that's why you've got to lock them up in vocational schools in brainwash them pray on the other side. You've got all these economic intech elite who don't want anything to do with western central china. They wanna be engaging more with south korea with japan with the united states with europe. 'cause that's where the money is and that's why the the the whole tech sector crackdown now. This started a year and a half. Go when jack. Ma opened his mouth inexplicably. I couldn't believe he did was. He criticized the chinese communist parties Tech regulation policy..

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"solis" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"solis" Discussed on Bro History

"I pulled this from an article from Responsible from from quincy institute So for the first time since the question was asked in the early nineteen eighties. The chicago council of global hairs found that most americans support sending. Us troops to fight taiwan if attacked so that's kind of part of the hola narrative that the us is ready to combat china. If need yeah. I mean yeah i mean. The media is trying to scare them. These publications are trying to scare them. Like that is what it's for. I mean you have to convince people that there's a reason they should do this stuff like they. They convinced the united states that afghanistan and iraq or the reasons we got hit on nine eleven if you were like yep it's right like the american people don't have a lot of time on their hands. You know they get home. Work they flip on the tv or they flip. Open their newspaper their smartphone. They read a few articles like they're not really digging deep into they got a lot going on. You know there there. I you know i understand. I understand why most people don't know more about these things and are very easily terrified into acquiescence over things that are none of our business. Taiwan is none of our business. It just isn't up. Yeah most people don't want to spend their day running over foreign policy papers and being like i'm well for all the know the history of of al-qaeda actually like most people don't you can't blame them for not having that interest because that's really involve them not at all they have terrible elites they have terrible avaricious power-hungry -letes yeah absolutely and it's the institutional structure that produces them about wasn't particularly evil guy but he did absolutely awful things awful things i mean. He made policy. That obama seems to me like you know not a particularly bad like not a bad terrible guy but like he went ahead and made decisions that the institutional structure is provided for him..

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"solis" Discussed on Bro History

Bro History

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"solis" Discussed on Bro History

"A world-beating aircraft. In the way i look at it the more expensive something is the better it is. It's just that's yeah. There was actually a guy who's writing. He wrote a book losing military supremacy where he basically broke down. Just how bad deal we get and one of the things that stuck out amisi said if you ever read like the copy like the press stuff that they put out. They always use the word sophisticated. It's so sophisticated. And he said you listen to the dialogue in other military industrial defense circles in russia or china. That word is never used. Sophisticated is never used. Efficient efficient is used practical capable. Those words are used but those are words that appear when you see them advertising You know whatever new toy they have that has a million different parts that aren't compatible and need upgrading. And you know it's a cash cow obviously and That's because there's no serious threat. No one at the pentagon would actually put up with this. If we had a serious threat on the horizon it would be about what is capable of getting the job done but we really don't face any potential and so it's it so it can just be a rate on the treasury. Well devil's advocate here. What about The idea that people value things more when they're just more expensive regardless of what the actual inherent value of the thing is as an example. You know you might care for a pair. Ray ends a hell of a lot more than you would you know cheap ten dollar para sunglasses. They pick up on a street corner vendors something like that. What what. what if we're just paying more so that we can care more about her stuff. I mean i think there's there's some some something to say for that. But i would just say that in this case lives are on the line right and it's not their money it's the public's money if you choose to spend that money on rayban because you wanna like signal your status or something or you just like paying more for stuff you feel better knowing that you paid a lot more than you needed to for something that could have gotten the job done a lot cheaper and i'm fine with that. I don't care great. You know your money but it's not their money. It's not their money and that's the prosecutor in live around long when you can't eject safely out of an airplane that's going get shot down if it gets into some kind of dogfight or skirmish which i knew. It wasn't designed for dogfighting. Gone the f thirty five too much for that. It's not meant that like if for whatever reason the pilot has for a mechanical issue which is probably more likely scenario. It's gonna tell the guy right. Someone's son or daughter is going to die frank. So lockheed martin share price could get boosted right. Now i'm with you obviously being facetious. I think that we we spent with.

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Art and Climate Fatigue

Think: Sustainability

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Art and Climate Fatigue

"My name's zoe set a kiss ski. And i'm a senior electra. At the school of design at ut and a lot of my research is around how we can visually communicate ecological issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in a way that engages people in mexican think about action that they can take and ways that we could adapt to live differently for a more sustainable future. So what is comet fatigue. And why don't we feel it. Yeah climate fatigue and eko anxiety. This lots of tomes for these things And it's it's very real. I mean i feel a sense of grief and anxiety often in the research that i do But i think what's really important is starting to accept and engage with those feelings and not hide behind them feeling the feelings it seems straightforward but when we're experiencing such lodge ecological shifts at a rapid right. Zoe explains that. We must reckon with the inevitable. Greif of that experience in order to create change. One of the. I guess the the incredible moments for me. We call it a disorienting dilemma was. When i'd been overseas i was on a research trip overseas in november twenty nine and so i actually missed the start of the those horrific bushfires that blackened seve knee and i arrived at after a month of being away and as the plane flew into sydney. I just saw the red sun that you could barely see through. And i felt broken because i was homesick. Can i was ready to come home. But i flew into a home that i no longer recognized. There's a term for the switches. Solis style and it's a feeling of homesickness for a place that you a still with eaton

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The Chinese Communist Party – Not the Taliban – Is Our True Enemy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

The Chinese Communist Party – Not the Taliban – Is Our True Enemy

"What happened on july twenty eighth. Can you guys think of anything. That happened on july twentieth. On july twenty eighth there was a new story that didn't get a lot of coverage kind of glossed over but the details of what happened on july. Twenty eighth are critical to know what just happened in kabul afghanistan. remember we are dealing with the true enemy. Here it's not the fifth century hurting perverts of the taliban it's the sophisticated billion plus solis godless atheistic militaristic anti-american nazi regime. That is the communist chinese party or the chinese communist party on july twenty eighth. Did you know that. China met with the taliban for the wall street journal. China's foreign minister urged the taliban distance itself from terrorist groups and take steps to establish peace in afghanistan in a meeting with the groups on chinese soil signal beijing stepping. It's stepping up. Its diplomatic efforts as us withdraws from the country at the session with the taliban co founder and political chief mullah abdul ghani. So they had the top of the taliban their foreign minister wang g called taliban a pivotal military and political force. Mr wang asked all factions in afghanistan to make progress on reconciliation and establish a broad inclusive structure though detailing. What might look like so anything. That comes out of the mouth of chinese communist party. Leader is by definition ally. These are these are serpents and snakes met how to manipulate people through language. Truth is not a chinese communist party value. Different than the people of china but the gangsters that are running china.

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Progressives Have Made No Progress - They've Only Made America Worse

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Progressives Have Made No Progress - They've Only Made America Worse

"How are things getting better. Exactly heart diseases up. Eroticism is up mental. Health issues are up now. I'm not there. There's been a medical. Innovations praise got better better of course ability to detect detect tumors ability to treat alzheimer's those things have objectively improved over the last decade. But to say that in my lifetime humanity by has gotten infinitely better. That's not true. Life expectancy is also going down so life explains he's going down. Obesity is going up. Poverty is going up wealth inequalities going up. Homelessness is going up mental health issues. Going up. suicide is going up. Violent crime is going up. What exactly's progressive about the moment. We're it just give us more power. Perfection is around the corner. And the reason i say this is not to be doom and gloom we still live in the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world. We've so much opportunity around us. We should be optimistic and cheerful in the way that we approach all these things but don't fall the lie. Don't accept the premise. Don't say that all of a sudden are hyper commercialize. Society of the corporate class of declining church attendance and a kind of solis government that we live under somehow by definition better because of time marches. On that's not true and this is the brilliance of donald trump's marketing. He said you know what. Make america great again. I actually like how things used to be. They said he's anesthesiologist. Y- he's engaging in what are they used to say. They used to say he was engaging in this manipulative nostalgia nostalgia. I should say nostalgia. That's the right way to pronounce it. Try to manipulative nostalgic. Hard to say if you don't have a break between the two words that he wants to hearken back to a time of racism and bigotry. That's not true. He missed an america where everyone was walking around with a supercomputer in the right hand pocket. Where you weren't anxious all the time that you were about to get a text or tweet in email that up route your entire day. I missed that. America

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What Makes the US Olympic Committee Different to the Chinese One?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 1 year ago

What Makes the US Olympic Committee Different to the Chinese One?

"Makes united states olympic committee different than our than the chinese. We don't have government. Involvement is a private enterprise the tricalm's pumping hundreds of millions of dollars. We don't actually know the number who the billions of dollars so gouging will probably be sent off to a concentration camps. I'm not kidding Were this works. They'll found they'll find another secular. Solis idiot go run their sports. The state the chinese communist party sends out scouts to hunt for tens of thousands of children for full-time training. More than two thousand government runs sports schools. I want you to think about that. There are two thousand. Government runs sports schools in china thousand tasks for selection sees kids. You've given challenges. Such as press-ups endurance. Running and bench oppresses that prioritize. Strength over specific skills. Many chinese parents used to send their kids to sport. Schools lured by government subsidies and promising looking careers for their children. It doesn't matter if the sports have mass appeal or if they're youngsters have interest if they are deemed worthy. It is their duty to perform for the sake of their nation. You see some of these pictures. It is evil. Children from rural areas or from families. Were not so good economically. They adapt well to the hardships at the lee. Josh wang gymnastics will. There is little room for error. They bowed to their coaches and apology. If they're not up to scratch and a bad performance is punished with extra weight. Training at the end of the deck

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Cornell Professor Suggests Collusion by NEA Chapters in Lawsuit Against South Kingstown Mother

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Cornell Professor Suggests Collusion by NEA Chapters in Lawsuit Against South Kingstown Mother

"Now with Mrs Solis received the motion. For the temporary restraining order and injunction yesterday. She asked if teachers unions bullying moms will be an everyday thing now. Okay? Cornell University law professor William Jacobson, whose legal Insurrection foundation Has filed similar public records request to the South Kingstown School district. Wrote Wednesday that the lawsuit makes little sense on its face, He said the district is not shy. About asserting exemptions, as evidenced by the hundreds of fully redacted pages. It turned over to Jacobson's foundation fully redacted. That means like page after page after page is just black, nothing And there's no reason to believe the information that concerns union qualifies as public records. Jacobson says his initial take That smells like collusion. The South Kingstown school district doesn't want to produce records and the union is helping them out. That's what he says. At least it looks like to him.

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Mother Being Sued by School Union for Standing up Against Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Mother Being Sued by School Union for Standing up Against Critical Race Theory

"One of my favorite journalist John Solomon, has website called just the news dot com One of his riders there. Guy named Greg Piper has a story. I can remember the day when we talk show hosts would use expressions like you're not going to believe this. Sadly, these days, we don't use that expression expression very much anymore. Because we don't put anything past him. Of course, you're going to believe this. From that from Justin news dot com. The Rhode Island mother who turned to public records law to learn what the school district was teaching her daughter. Is now a defendant. In a lawsuit. By the state and local teachers Union, the Rhode Island and South Kingstown chapters. The National Education Association actually sued Nicole Solis. And the school district this week. To stop. Her. Stop the ladder. Pardon me. To stop the school district itself. From releasing records sought by Mrs Solis. Including curriculum and policies related to not just critical race theory. Not just anti racism. But also Gender theory. And Children's sexuality. What Teachers unions imply they have the right to indoctrinate your Children and whatever perversions they want to, and you, the mom or Dad shouldn't have the legal right to have oversight over your own Children's education. What Why ladies and gentlemen, This sounds just like American Marxism to me.

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"solis" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

The Mindful Minute

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"solis" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

"Your best thinking solu- practices called the self compassion break which is when we bench intentionally bring in energies of Mindfulness common humanity and kindness. What l. e. There's you'll you'll see in the book of got a self compassion break for tenderness for protecting for providing for motivating j.j. But what. I'll do this time. Solis kind of believe it opens. The people can decide what what it is that they feel they need in the moment and then they bring it to themselves however whatever feels studying missa very flexible flexible practice pretty much or baking a loaf of self compassion bread and there are three ingredients are going to be my fullest common humanity in kindness and will layered in and then You know self compassion work zone magic solita practice I'm going to close my eyes. It helps if you close your eyes. You don't have to. But i find it helps go in when you close your is maybe just take a moment to settle into your body's feeling your feet on the floor if your body on the chair so i invite you to think of some situation in your life right now this causing us some stress or maybe distress this could be Maybe relationship issues. You're having be something. You're feeling badly about yourself for if you've got a health issue really stressful going on in your life right now. Just take a moment to choose something to work with feels right. We don't want it to be so difficult that he's going to overwhelm you. You won't build to learn practice. Something something that's challenging for you all right and then just call the situation up in your mind's eye remind yourself what's happening emotions you're having around what's happening so the first thing we want to do is to bring in some. Mindfulness really acknowledge invalidating. See clearly what's happening right now. So that might look something like saying to yourself while this is really hard. This herbs.

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Protesters Disrupt Dodger Stadium Vaccinations

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters Disrupt Dodger Stadium Vaccinations

"19 vaccination site at Dodger Stadium was closed for about an hour yesterday. After about 50 protesters showed up at the entrance. Everyone inside receive their vaccinations and those who waited outside were treated after the demonstrators dispersed. County Supervisor Hilda Solis condemn the actions of the protesters as quote intentional sabotage, while City Councilman Kevin De Leon called it an act of intimidation, not protest. There were no arrests. Can Jeffries K.

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Interview With Sarah Wilson

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Sarah Wilson

"Sarah welcome back to the podcast. How you doing all things considered that she passed in twenty. I'm pretty good of managed to kind of mold. My mindset intra-group place. Good and what's been key for you doing that. Well it's an attitude modal shift. It's about coming quite close. Grind new everything because we kind of has to from a physicality pointed year but also say i don't accepting the world's assets and during what al various antithesis of done during tough times and bunk down and refocus attention on allah chains which what are united out to be more important things like loved ones and shot and just noticing. Things are being probably more discerning. Yeah thank descendants and deliberateness probably cheap things. Nothing on. I haven't thought about this until you just asked me out but that certainly not being doing out cut and the the wonderful thing is is it's actually being the shift a wanted to do anyway and nothing forced into which funneled into it and i wonder how many other people going through this are going through similar thing where you know. It was time to maybe make some adjustments in reprioritize. And now this is. This is forcing things. Stop for people. I call kinda the great reveal and it's of covid uncover a redundancies pop from anything else. Try that just no longer service. And we've had to kind of look at them. I mean i don't know is it's a sign over there in the northern hemisphere shorties replay magnified somewhat than. What are these down here in australia. But during the whole kind of shutdowns will be head. He people have these big shiny. Black full will drive sitting in their driveways doing nothing. Solis things that i'd put money and to suddenly didn't really count. We had to racist bunch of things. It's good from that point. And i think a lot of people have been surprised that i and very climate activists and and people who are in the values community has been trying to spread many many years old. Got illustrated gossip dumped on all of this in all at once. And even even the inequalities that i think became manifest during this period. They needed to be outed. I mean that was a gift in itself. You know seeing how i'm stanley paid nece and from one work is often with bankers and stockbrokers who all of a sudden didn't serve a purpose but also singing in the racial inequalities. I'm not that surprised that the black lives matters. Issue surfaced is such a broad way during olive. Fits those scab taken. And we're having to deal with the. Wade's and that's a great thing. And i think a big part of this in something you talked about in. The new book is dealing with uncertainty. There's so much uncertainty even in the middle of this pandemic were. We're not through this yet. We're still in the middle and figuring things out so there's a lot of uncertainty and that's that's inherent life general. But i think this. This is zoomed in and focusing people in on that and making people figure out a way to deal with that in a healthy way. Yeah i mean. I think what it done system once again as a reveal it as the reveal. It's revealed how ill-equipped we are to deal with uncertainty as united. Just you know talk about this in quite a bit of detail. Part of the book is set it up so that i try to articulate what the issues are why we are where we are so i will nearly capitalism out consumption addiction and then the lonely and fragmentation but one of the things i talk about is how we have become a society. Couldn't ourselves from a whole bunch of discomfit right including uncertainty. So i use the example of how we order a pizza seraing on an at. We don't make enough to sit down. Go wonder how long what hates is going to take because the app tells stride. There's no delayed. Gratification is nice spended knowingness we have cocooned ourselves from all the discomforts acceptable real life. Because real loss when it hits us is uncertain. You get what you want. There's a whole on knowingness this itchiness. Louis says is frustrations disappointment. Manage to kinda seductively convince ourselves. We don't have to deal with those things apps and coal centers and we complain about everything the whole karen's nominee on that kind of thing. Where where this is all happening. But of course when a real disaster hit over real uncertainty strike says with got nine muscle with mental grit and resilience. That's what i identifies pot of the core and zaid the global anxiety that west kneeling at the moment comes from that we are ill-equipped and so my book tries to in the course of a couple of hundred pages make up the lost ground and really rally people to get onto re appreciate abuse of getting resilient to this stuff

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Business Wars: Behind the scenes with David Brown

Podcasting Essentials

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Business Wars: Behind the scenes with David Brown

"Business. Wars is a lot of fun. It's when i first heard that this might be a possibility. Someone said the thing about business. Is that quite often. We think of wall street or the financial centers of london nerve. Tokyo shanghai but sort of solis sort of dry. The fun in business is always that human element and so the founder of wonder. Which is this podcasting company based in los angeles. He'd come up with this idea. What if you could kind of go deep into the heart of some of these great battles like coke versus pepsi nike versus adidas or nintendo vs. Sony your net flicks versus hbo even before that. You probably didn't have blockbusters. Did you have blocked jason lately. Yeah okay well so there you go. So everyone kind of connects to these major brands. Right and in fact a lot of us feel very think about how you have apple people windows people. I mean we invest a lot of our identity into these brands. Will that i think is what business wars is all about. We're sort of looking at these battles between these titans. A lot of these brands that have become household names. And we're looking at it from the inside out so sometimes you get a sense of how. The ceo or the entrepreneur started up a business because they wanted to get rich or they just wanted to get someone's attention sometimes. It's because they want to beat the other guy you know. They think they can do computers better. You think about the steve jobs story for example is those kinds of stories and when we started to go deeper and started to do some the early research on the program we realized. Wow it's calm surprising that this hasn't been mind more. You think about the recent movie. What is it the movie about. Ford and ferrari in a way. That's a kind of business where unto itself and it's so cinematic and there are these larger than life characters behind the scenes and those are the kind of characters we try to bring out in business wars usually at six episodes over the course of about three weeks or so with two episodes coming out every week and each of them has about thirty minutes long and at the end of these six episodes quite often will spend another thirty minutes doing an in depth interview with someone perhaps someone who wrote the book on this particular business war or maybe someone who knows a lot about the industry that kind of thing. That's what business was is all about. How did you come to host one of the most popular business. Podcasts wasn't an idea that hernan lopez the founder of came with or was it. Something you suggested it was it was actually not neither a. We didn't know each other he used to work for. You probably heard of the fox networks. I think there's a famous australian behind some of that famous. Yeah well he used to work for the international arm of that and he saw what was happening with podcasts. Several years ago and so he'd come up with this idea. Well i used to be the host of a program on public radio here in the states. it's called marketplace. Still on the air and it's a national public radio style program and it's heard across the country and i was based in l. a. And while there. I made a lot of great friends and rub shoulders with a lot of really terrific producers and one of those producers ended up at wondering in la. And i had since moved from los angeles to austin texas which is why more met now. And one day. I get this call. And it's from one of the former producers at marketplace and she says. Hey i'm working over wondering what's wondering whether it's a script podcast platform and my boss. I told him about you because he has this idea for business wars. Would you be interested in talking with him about it. He got on the line and he said i'll send you over a script and maybe we can just Just wanna hear you talk. And so we started talking and he said well. If you'd like it we'd love for you to do it. And it all happened very quickly. And i didn't really know what i was getting myself into. I figured maybe this will be a three or four shows and so now here it is about to two years at a couple of months into it later and We now have gosh. I don't even know how many episodes out there now but a lot

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DHS chief claims some deported parents "have chosen to separate" from their kids

John and Ken on Demand

02:29 min | 1 year ago

DHS chief claims some deported parents "have chosen to separate" from their kids

"The status of children separated from their parents at the US border, the media focused on a headline. Five hundred, forty, five kids, and they can't find their parents. It was so sad it came up during the debate Biden, referred to what is criminal Well, we turn to the National Review One of the few main one of the few media outlets that will actually look a little further into the story. And even trump didn't really answer the question because I don't think he knew how to handle the question, but he didn't read the report. Well. As they right here. There's a couple of numbers that have received significantly less attention to most news reports about the ACLU's legal fight. Four hundred, eighty, five, the number of children whose parents have been located and zero. The how many of those parents have sought to have their children returned home? That's the true story here these four hundred eighty-five parents have gone back to their home country they got deported they got deported and they didn't want their kids to go with they have been contacted by Homeland Security and they have refused to take their children back. They don't want their kids sent back to the home country. They want to wait and see if there's some way they can get into the United States to be reunified with their children. Go the I mean this is this is big because. The. Way The story was presented. It was like Oh are incompetent solis government leaving these children stranded without their parents can't find their parents know they've been actively looking for the parents but many of them are in foreign countries but they have found four, hundred, eighty, five of them chase jennings is a spokesman for the Department of Homeland. Security. Any says the simple fact is this after contact has been made with the parents to reunite them with their children many parents have refused at the four, hundred, eighty, five children. That, we've been able to contact. They have yet to identify a single family that wants their child reunited with them in their country of origin. That for family values how where's that for a headline? On. Line an ACLU lawyer by the name of legal aren't said well, yes. It's not because his parents don't want to be reunited with the kids they overwhelmingly do. It's just that they don't want to be reunited in their home countries well, rather they want to be reunited in the United. States

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Upgrade your tech every year?

Talking Tech

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Upgrade your tech every year?

"Find out more after the show. It's always great hearing from your fans even when they want you to shut up. I got a lot of nasty tweets and emails this weekend in response to my piece about surrendering Apple Samsung and Google, and just admitting that perhaps it's best to just upgrade every year. I mean the new phones are so good. You'll pay about five hundred dollars a year swap them out if you resell the latest version. For the new iphone twelve I get a markedly improved camera. A screen said to be less susceptible to cracking spitfire processor and all in all a sweeter design. I think it's worth five hundred dollars a year to get the latest and greatest even pandemic but you know it's all relative and it's about your priorities. Others didn't exactly agree with me. Here's an email from an unsigned fan quote wake up to your surroundings, Graham are you happy writing terrible articles with no basis people are laughing at you they make fun of your work because it's Solis in inconsequential. It's amazing how people can get upset over an article Another responded quote. Do you really believe what you wrote? I never send emails to columnists but this annoyed me enough to look up your contact information. The article had no basis in reality. Okay, your basic troll insults the one point that did come through for many however was that I was advocating something that harm the environment quote your justification for why you need to upgrade a one thousand dollar plus phone. Every year is environmentally and financially harmful and ignorant said one said another well yeah. Of course, it's better for the industry in the economy to force people to buy a new phone. Every year who cares about how wasteful that is or how most people can't afford to choose to do something like that unquote. So let me respond I never suggested tossing the phones away never, but instead to trade or sell them to let others use the phones there are many sites that by back phones for cash like decluttering Gazelle and apple in the wireless carriers offered trading value on new purchases. In both instances the phones get refurbished and used again usually in developing countries what about longevity aren't the phone's built to last of course there's no reason you couldn't keep using phone from three or four years ago maybe even older, it'll do. Okay. I like the new advancements in features you may not care. That's fine. But there are situations where your old phone may be cracked. The battery may be falling apart. You can't charge it as well as they used to and websites won't load because time has moved on and new software won't work with them anymore case in point I spoke to someone complaining that her zoom sessions kept breaking and the sound quality was poor.

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Former Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis endorses Biden at 2020 DNC

John Batchelor

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Former Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis endorses Biden at 2020 DNC

"Joe Biden has a plan to help working families and small businesses. Our next speaker healed us. Elise worked alongside him as secretary of Labor to make sure that there were good American jobs and that Americans were safe on the job. To hear more about the Biden Harris economic plan, please welcome Hilda Solis. Hello. I'm Hilda Solis. The day, Vice President Biden swore me in as secretary of labor was one of the proudest moments of my life. My parents realize they've achieved their American dream. Because the daughter of two blue collar immigrants would make history and give voice to people just like them. American workers need a fighter now, more than ever, and Joe Biden is that person because he has done it before, and I've seen it firsthand. He and President Obama made it easier for home care workers to organize. They extended overtime pay to more than four million workers. They say the automobile industry and a whole lot of good union jobs with it. And when millions of families lost their homes. My friend from California Senator Kamala Harris took on the big banks and won. But because of Donald Trump's failures, we must once again rescue a sinking economy. Millions of Americans are out of work and communities of color are the hardest hit. Millions of a central workers are putting their lives at risk with little protections and millions war are just playing tired. That's why Joe Biden Kamala Harris actually have a plan not only to recover what we lost, but to improve upon it. Toe build back better, creating five million good union jobs by bringing back supply chains to America that's building back better. Creating millions of jobs by investing in clean energy that's building back better and making sure that working families can't afford childcare. That's how we build back better. So let me borrow and slightly edit something, Joe Biden said at my swearing in when it comes to expanding the economy for all people, No one. No one is going to be a stronger voice than our next president Joe Biden.

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Joe Biden's Potential Running Mate: Susan Rice

All Things Considered

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Joe Biden's Potential Running Mate: Susan Rice

"Joe Biden is believed to be getting close to naming his running mate in this year's presidential election. One of those on Biden's short list for the job is Susan Rice. She has deep experience as an ambassador and in national security, but not as a candidate. NPR's Don Gani reports. Susan Rice has a ready answer when asked about the possibility of being Joe Biden's pick for vice president, whether I'm his running mate, or I'm a door knocker. I don't mind this was on NBC's Meet the press, and I'm going to do everything I can. To help get Joe Biden elected him to help him succeed is president. Her resume is deep. Rhodes scholar, State Department ambassador to the U. N. Obama's national security advisor, rise His vice presidential prospects gain strength as calls for Biden to name an African American woman grew during this summer's black lives matter. Protests And she is known to be tough. This is from an appearance on NPR last fall, My dad had a mantra that comes from his experience growing up in the segregated South, and in the twenties and thirties and Serving and segregated Air Force A Tuskegee during World War two. Hey, always told me and my brother don't take crap off of anybody. Of all the potential Biden running mates. None can match rice on foreign policy. But to many her inclusion on the short list is curious because that skill set duplicates Biden's own strength. He has deep foreign policy experience from his decades in the Senate. There is one big gap in Rice's resume. She has never held elective office never been a candidate, veteran Democratic strategist Patti Solis Doyle says in 2020. That particular shortcoming may not matter at all, given how campaigning has changed under the pandemic. No arousing public speeches, no handshakes at the local diner That's not happening anymore. And so that skill is not as valuable as it was, Say four years ago. The pandemic also complicates the vetting process. Those one on one get acquainted meetings between Biden and potential nominees will certainly be different. But Biden already knows Rice well, including from hours and hours together in the Oval Office during the Obama years. If there's one person that knows that Susan Rice has been in the room and can handle the pressure, it's Joe Biden. Joe Joe Biden has seen it firsthand. One certain line of attack Republicans will use against Rice. If she's on the ticket is Benghazi. That's the 2012 assault on a U. S diplomatic compound in Libya that killed four Americans. When it happened Rice one on TV and called the Assault an act of spontaneous violence that was later shown to be incorrect. All these years later, it remains a rallying cry for Republicans. In fact, here is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo just this month talking about Rice and Benghazi on Fox News. She went on and made up a story about a video in a protest when she knew full well that this was a terror attack. In the end, multiple GOP led congressional enquiries into Benghazi uncovered no wrongdoing by the Obama administration. Susan Rice, meanwhile, is looking ahead early this year. She was on a panel and caution that if Democrats retake the White House, they'll need to respect institutions and show respect to their opponents. There will be

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"solis" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"solis" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"In does a cool concept is kind of the more that you consume the more that your soul is being consumed. Yeah, by the. You know the more that you. Pursue consumption in the over consumption. The more that your soul is consumed. By. You know. Basically the meaningless in lifeless. Corporations and entities and wrong culture and wrong thinking. That's stealing your soul away from. This kind of interesting thing they're. Making compromise our humanity. You participate in that structure. And that's one of the biggest goals of large corporate Solis site to remove us from my sense of humanity. Immunise into dividends. To lack of connection. Yeah, when you, when you have a lack of connection with yourself with your fellow human next to you it's easier to control your also your then more capable of doing wrong, yeah! Going back to the idea of what made slavery less horrifying to American populace way back in the day. They have to train themselves to separate this one demographical people from the concept. She Man. Dehumanisation such a part of the flying. To enable what's harming US justify that hot? You Circle back a little bit. You mentioned we're talking about Children. And childlike, and you're starting to tell me a story. I think you're going somewhere. I might have diverted the conversation, but you're talking about how we at a young age are taught to. Do things or unlearn things I feel I. might have cut you off because I liked where you're going than. We got excited about something else but so. State, I.

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Small business emergency lending program expands fintechs portfolios

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Small business emergency lending program expands fintechs portfolios

"The paycheck protection program is a weekend to its second round of hopefully funding small businesses through the corona virus outbreak. Some financial tech companies also known as Syntax got permission from Congress to offer those loans. They include pay pal into it cabbage and others. The hope is that they can get loans to people and businesses who haven't worked with traditional banks in the past and the Fintech say they're tack is also an advantage but so is that true. Let's dig into it and quality assurance the segment where we take a second look at Big Tech Story Felix. Salmon is chief financial correspondent for the tech site axios. The banks were a bit slow to be able to set up websites that customers found it impossible to get to a to a human being or to find out where they stood whether their applications were going through and there was a general feeling that given that all of this was being done on the Internet the Internet companies might be better doing it than the banks were so relatively quickly. This program was opened up so that the eligible lenders included not only banks but also Internet companies Lake Pay Pal and quicken and square. Gotcha I mean. I feel like one of the questions about these lenders. And FINTECH companies and neo banks in particular is that in some ways they serve. Replace this idea of the Community Bank. Like do we have any evidence that they are or could be more inclusive than established lenders. I think they are in the if you applied for P. P. Loan from pay pal. Then your chances of guessing it. We're probably the same no matter who you were given that many of the people applying if not most of the businesses applying had no particular relationship with these Fintech to begin with now doesn't mean they're going to get that loans. It's far from clear that the ability of pay pal to get loans through the SBA system and get people. Funded is any greater than any other bank. But at least you can feel that you're on a level playing field if that's any. Solis which you probably isn't to be honest. Who is applying through? Let's say pay pal or square or into it. Who are these small businesses to a first Brooks mission? Everyone who didn't get a loan or wasn't able to get through when applying through that bank. Whatever the reason was if you haven't got your money it's not give up on your bank entirely but you say well. Maybe I can't get a loan through my bank. I should try a getting along with someone else and given the it's not difficult to apply through pay pal. Oh quicken intuit it. You May as well try if they come back to you and say hey you've been funded. Brin and you can take the money and if they don't it's no harm no foul and is there any evidence or will there ever be a way to tell you think whether they claim that these kind of like tech driven platforms are more nimble and better able to get your application through than a big bank the banks and the Fintech have all been extremely unhelpful? When people like you and me have been asking them for details about how many people try to apply. How many of those people who try to apply actually got their money those ratios on not public information than the information that the SBA has see you need to get that information directly from each one. And I don't think any of them are going to be releasing that data on the kind of apples to apples basis that we'll be able to make that determination. Is this an opportunity for these companies like if they are able to establish themselves as this type of lender or just do good by some small businesses is an opportunity for them to build a customer base down the road I think for about twenty four rows an opportunity to get some goodwill? I think the small business owners actually went to those places putting their applications and then didn't receive any money that some of that goodwill did evaporate. What's more of these companies? Aunt actually lenders at heart companies like paypal and square a much more based on payments on loans. And so. It's not clear that even if this did give them a foot in the door when it came to small business lending that something that they would really want to be right and it feels like certainly some of them have provided loans like cabbage are into it but the others haven't to think they're likely to discover that in fact. This is a terrible morass that they would like to back out of slowly. Small business loans were horrible thing to be in in general because small businesses so many things can go wrong is so difficult to really get under the hood and find out how credit worthy they are for. P. It's different because it's all guaranteed by the government so you don't need to spend too much time really underwriting the loan and understanding the business before extending the credit but if you want to actually lend money to small businesses as part of your business especially if you're doing unsecured and you're not you don't have access to cash flows which you can just S- ts to pay back the loan. Then yeah it's really Nali business where lots of lenders have become unstuck. And it's not clear that very many investors want these companies to get into that line of

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The Speaking Opportunity We Have Right Now

RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

09:30 min | 2 years ago

The Speaking Opportunity We Have Right Now

"Right after I released the last episode that is when Corona Virus. Hit the reason you haven't heard from me on this follow up episode was because I wanted to wait just a minute to get a feel for what was happening because it seems like what's happening changes daily. I can't give you a lot of accurate information. As far as how corona virus will affect your business other than sane. Things will come back around. They might be different but they will come back. Eventually we will start getting together again eventually. People are going to want that human connection they want it now. But we've got these substitutes. We've got podcast like this one. Like your podcast. Maybe blog post email newsletters but speaking at least in person that is not one of those things that we have now however because it is coming back. If you're ready for it you are going to be in great shape. So let's get you ready. I want you to think about the stock market in the nineties. Everybody was making money. But you had to have money in order to make money. If you weren't able to invest in the stock market in the nineties you couldn't take advantage of it and in order to invest. You had to do the work before the thing hit. They didn't know it was going to hit like it did. And that's what I'm trying to get you to do now. You can't remember the nineties. Maybe you weren't born yet thinking about real estate over the last few years the boom boom that we've seen in real estate over the last few years that same type of boom is going to happen for live events and speaking like. I said we're going to be ready to get out wherever you ready to see. People again and when that switch is flipped. You'RE GOING TO BE READY FOR IT. On the last episode grant covered a lot of ideas regarding speaking. And he's certainly done a lot more speaking than I have because speaking was his job for me speaking his way to spread a message. It's a way that I built my company. It is a way for me to get information out to people that I want them to know so I want to share some big ideas on speaking there from a little bit of a different perspective. This is from a guy who had a business has a business and uses speaking to grow that business built connection with people and to make money sometimes directly through the speaking sometimes. It's something related to the speech that I'm giving. Maybe I'm getting business directly from that speaking in. Sometimes it's just to expand my authority because when you come in like an expert you don't have to market as hard people come to you and you are able to charge more when you were seen as a celebrity in your business. So here's some big ideas on speaking from that perspective. Somebody who does speak a lot but does speak on a regular basis. By the way I had about four events cancel within a week after Corona virus hit a road warrior. But I'm doing this on a pretty regular basis and have been doing this for awhile and that brings me to my first big. Id Ah you need to jump in with speaking and the way that you may be able to do that now just to get that training be ready for when that switch flips and we're ready to go back to live. Speaking is doing it via online broadcast via live broadcast that could be via zoom. Something like spreaker. If you're more of an audio person that lets you distribute your message live just like a broadcast radio show. And here's the point of why you WanNa do that. The only way for you to get better in front of a live audience is to get in front of a live audience. I started doing radio in nineteen ninety one and when I started it wasn't live on the air. I wasn't a jock. I was a production guy. I was doing documentaries. I was doing stuff where I will go out. Do Research Comeback to the tape room and it was a tape room. It was literally magnetic tape that I had to slice with a razor blade. Taped back together with tape. I was doing much like I'm doing but the process took a lot longer. I will go out into the field with Marantz tape recorder like a cassette tape recorder and it was good but it was still on cassette comeback. Put It on a real. That's when I would chop it up. Get the edits in anyway. It took a while for me to get that content out the content wasn't live but it did get me used to speaking. So if you're doing a podcast even if it's not live while the best way for you to get used to speaking is live the skills you are developing by doing something you edit later. That's still going to help you. But it's not a replacement for getting out and doing it. Live the transition for me to doing live. Eventually I moved up. I guess it was move up to live on the air. Play music going in and out of tracks. Sometimes I would do interviews but not like. I'm doing now so that was a different skill. Had the live thing but it didn't have the long form content that I'm talking about now with either speech or doing something like a podcast and that transition continued with getting in front of a live audience like where I could actually see them was getting on various panels. I was flying around the country going to a lot of music marketing events. This is back in nineteen ninety-five in the late nineties tons of panels. Sometimes I moderate them. Sometimes I would just beyond them and I did dozens of these things from south by southwest in Austin Texas to see him Jay in New York to really anybody who would have me. I remember doing at least a couple of events in Athens Georgia Indianapolis. There's something to West. Virginia I was going anywhere and everywhere that would have me and for me. That was easy because I was able to bounce my message off of what somebody had previously said or more or less conversation with the people who are on stage with me. If you've got a podcast you might be able to relate to this because a lot of beginning podcasters what do you do you have a co host. Yeah people that you're interviewing you like to bounce your message off of other people and it's not all on you to have one hundred percent of that content and that'll help you for eventually getting in front of a live audience but if you WanNa get good doing something in front of a live audience one. You've got to do it. You're probably going to fail. It's going to at least be a little bit rough. It's got to be just you the very first speaking presentation that I had. I think it was the late nineties. Remember it was in. Philadelphia is an old theater on arch street again. I was used to doing panels but I had one of these independent music events. She said why. Don't you come on up here? We're not doing panels? But you can speak and I think the reason why she did that was because she didn't want to fly a bunch of panelist in imagine this. You've got five or six of these sessions. Each of them has three. Maybe five people. You've got to fly those people and you've got coordinate with them first of all you gotta find him. Even that can get complicated getting somebody to fly across the country just to sit on a panel for one hour so she wasn't doing panels and you'll see this with a lot of live event. It's much easier to fill in event with single speakers. Then it is panelist and I never done. Solis Behemoth Four. But I've been on panels before and I've been doing conference calls. We used to do this thing via the phone. I will get on speak much like it was a radio broadcast people who are calling in also via the phone. They would listen to me at a book. At the time I was very familiar with the content but on the other hand I had no idea what I was doing or what it was actually going to be like and this event. It wasn't really organized. She didn't walk me through the process. I was good at the skills that I had. The event promoter just assume that I was going to be able to get up there and speak by myself. I wasn't luckily a friend of mine. The air guy named Eric Sievers. You may have seen some of his. Ted Talks read some of his books. He was in the music business with me at the time. So he and I got in front. This group together heeded the heavy lifting and by that I mean he shared the stage with me. I was doing as much talk in his Derek. Was We're going back and forth with each other? It was a cool event. It wasn't like I was just hanging there in the sidecar but having him there enabled me mentally to organize my thoughts. It gave me more confidence because there was more or less like a panel. And tell you this story to say this if you are nervous about getting in front of a crowd. This may be an option for you since that time. I have organized and promoted a lot more events than I've spoken ad and I can tell you that this happens all the time. People want to come in as a package deal. They want business partner. Sometimes they'll won a spouse. They want somebody up there with them on stage. It also happens on radio. People are nervous about their voice going into the airways. The are nervous about people hearing them and sounding like an idiot. So they'll bring in a friend. Hey I can bring in a band with me. Hey could bring in this guy that I'm working with. He's got an interesting story does it lend me your option somewhat. You're going to a live event. People might not want to fly in the second person. You might be on your own for that but it is an option it will get you in the game and it may build your authority in a different way than you could do it on your own

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Is spring break over? Local Florida officials close beaches after gov refuses to.

All Of It

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Is spring break over? Local Florida officials close beaches after gov refuses to.

"New York many Gulf coast communities have already close public beaches as NPR's Greg Allen reports officials in Miami or warning young people and families that spring break is over local officials have closed the beaches in Miami fort Lauderdale fort Myers clear water and many other resort towns Alabama's governor has ordered all beaches there closed in most of those places officials are also shutting down bars and restaurants limiting them to take out food only some spring break destinations though or keeping the beach is open in Panama City beach councilman Hector Solis says directives limiting the size of groups and requiring social distancing have mostly been effective when you see people on the beach there's a pretty good separation so they're able to be in the sun and the wind not being on top of each other recreation most beaches also remain open in Texas and Georgia Greg Allen NPR news

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"solis" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"solis" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"The podcast, or we talked to the change agents working to make Tulsa a more resilient place and today we talked to Jennifer Solis Educator Youth Minister and community activists. We talked to Jennifer about their passion for diversity and inclusion. We discuss special education in the importance of people first language we dive into the complicated relationship between the Lgbtq community in the United, Methodist Church and finally. Jennifer gives us the magic bullet to create an inclusive culture sort of. Enjoy. We are very excited. Have Jennifer Solis Educator Community activists on the pod today Jennifer Hello Educator and community activist now disruptor. We won't very clear activist. What what does a community activist educator do very good question There's multiple components to it and a lot of it is just looking at systems of equity systems of inequity in finding access points to be able to get in there and educate I do have a formal background in education, and I have been a classroom teacher, but they're also with an activism and with working for change. You don't just come in and change things you have to educate the people that you need to act differently to affect the change so in a way activism more disrupting is education so. You've spent time working both inside and outside of those systems that you try to to work on what's your? What's been your experience working on either side of of a system? So the systems that. I tend to focus a lot on our education. specifically around disability, access and LGBTQ access an education really binds a lot of things together because it really does affect. Especially in Tulsa I mean real estate and Different different things all the way from working directly with children and families all the way out I mean, it really affects the whole city. The other piece that I'm really passionate and work with is Algebra few advocacy. And for both of those disability and education and el-durbi, Hugh. Issues I am. I'm on the inside and I'm also outside so it is that dual? Experience of these are these are identical of mine that I hold, but then there's also the work that I do from the outside end, the put pressure to change current systems so. What's it like a can be exhausting? It can be thrilling. It's very meaningful. It's the kind of work that even little change happens..

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California reports first coronavirus death as L.A. County declares emergency

All Things Considered

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

California reports first coronavirus death as L.A. County declares emergency

"Kelly county supervisor Hilda Solis said the state of emergency declaration opens the door to state and federal assistance we need every tool at our disposal to make sure we're ready to support any coronavirus patients who are diagnosed and to prevent any further spread the cities of Long Beach and Pasadena also expected to announce states of emergency today of the new patients in LA county one person is hospitalized and five others are in self quarantine

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