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The American Jewish Community and the 2020 US Election
"Soifer previously served as national security adviser for Senator Comma Harris now, the Democratic nominee for vice president and Joe Biden's running mate. She joins us now to talk about the role. Jewish. Voters play and how she believes. Democrats addressed. Jewish. Priorities please keep in mind. AJC. Is a five. Oh One C. Three not profit organization AJC neither supports nor opposes candidates for elective office and with that disclaimer Haley welcome thank you so much for having me. So let's start with the basics and Kinda, the horse race aspect of this how much of the American voting population identifies as Jewish? So the Jewish community in terms of the American population is about two percent, but we're actually about three percent of the electorate and we'd play an outsized role in. NHS for three reasons, we voted higher rates. On average Jewish Americans vote at a higher rate than. By about fifteen percents we also where we live correlates with wear our votes tend to matter even more we tend to live in swing states and a third reason which I'm sure we'll get into is that we overwhelmingly support Democrats in our view as Jewish Democrat organization that is especially or in terms of the outsize impact we have. So Haley Bernie Sanders in his speech on Monday addressed the many Democrats who really wanted him to be the nominee and many of them were Jewish are Jewish many of them have us on Israel, that don't jibe with the very pro Israel aspects of the party, platform. It really sounded like Bernie was calling on Democrats to unify despite their differences and I'm curious how the Party and its leadership have prevented Israel from becoming a wedge issue. Joe Biden has done an exceptional job in unifying the party around these critically important issues, including Israel and the platform that's been adopted at this convention exemplifies what is overwhelming democratic support for the US Israel relationship. Ebeidi s support a full funding for military. And Support of the STOORIKHEL alliance, it's the view of the majority of members of Congress that is the democratic mainstream media. So you emphasize what a majority of Democrats you certainly we've had concerns over the years about Ilan Omar had to leave. Is that kind of who you're thinking about when you say a majority of Democrats feel this way I should have said an over overwhelming majority you mentioned. Two. Members, of Congress, we currently between the House and the Senate head of over two hundred and seventy. So between those two members of Congress who we agree do not share our views on Israel and we've spoken out against them going back to before they were even elected. But between the two of them to over two seventy, we're talking about less than one percent of the Democratic members of Congress. They are very outspoken though they have expressed views with which we disagree and we've made that clear and that's why we're not supporting their re election and we don't share their views but luckily, their views are not shared by our party either look at the platform I mean the platform is the views of our candidate and the views of our Party and the platform could not be more clear in. Its support of Israel, what I the states to watch in this upcoming election and in which of those states could the Jewish vote really make a difference. When we look in elections, we always look at the last election as a baseline and we know that had Donald Trump not one Florida and either Michigan or Pennsylvania. He would not be president today and in those three states Florida Michigan and Pennsylvania. The Jewish vote alone could made up those margins. So when we looked to twenty twenty in this election, we are looking at the Jewish vote in those critically important states, my home state of Michigan Donald. Trump won by just ten, thousand, seven, hundred, and four votes. That margin could be overcome by the Jewish student population of Michigan in Michigan state a low. We are looking at the Jewish vote in those three critically important states but also states like Arizona and Colorado and Georgia, which in addition to being presidential swing states are going to be critically important in terms of the control of the Senate. Are you saying that the Jews in those swing states voted Republican or didn't vote at all did shoes in those swing states voted we know that Jewish voters do turn out and in twenty sixteen, it was no different than in previous elections choose turned out. But. We also know bat they turned out in support of Hillary. Clinton at about seventy two percents. If you look at the two thousand eighteen midterms Jewish voters supported Democrats at seventy nine percents. So we saw an increase, we believe that in twenty twenty, those numbers can continue to go up in terms of Jewish support for Democrats. So now we'll talk with your Republican counterpart on next week's episode. But from your vantage point, you said that most Jews identify with the Democratic Party why is that? So, choose have historically for decades defied overwhelmingly with the Democrats, the values that Jews hold dear tend to be those aligned with the policies supported by Democrats. So when it comes to domestic policies such as access to affordable healthcare and education ED and gun safety and ensuring that we are country welcoming the stranger and not enacting cruel and discriminatory policies toward immigrants and refugees. These are all key issues driving the Jewish vote. On those issues and more, that's where Jewish voters align with Democrats when it comes to foreign policy is well, we know that support of Israel is an issue that is important of course to Jewish voters and Mrs. Issue Where Democrats to our squarely aligned with the priority of Jewish voters, which is the support of the strong US Israel relationship, and in this election, we have a new issue. So all of those things have been constance. New issue in this election that is impacting the Jewish, vote in Support of Democrats and that is our rising insecurity as a community. We have seen an unprecedented rise in anti-semitic attacks targeting our community including the horrific attacks in Pittsburgh and Powei we know that seventy three percent of Jews feel less secure than they did years ago and over half of US blame. Donald Trump for that and that's because we've seen him embolden anti-semites white nationalist just last night he tweeted out support for an extremist group Hugh a non that has peddled conspiracy theories still on these issues especially when it comes to the security of our community. There's a clear choice in this election and Jewish especially do not believe that Donald Trump has the best interest of our community in mind he has Jewish family members. He's certainly been friendly to Israel is strengthened that relationship. So how does that square? There's no question. He has Jewish family members. He's also married and he's done said many misogynistic things. So that alone does not qualify him as what I would consider to be someone who's been particularly good for the Jewish community I look at the numbers and I look at the unprecedented rise in white nationalist propaganda or anti Semitic attack and the words that. Come out of his mouth better clear signs to anti-semites to racist to bigots that he is their ally whether it is identifying anti-semites white nationalist marching Charlottesville as very fine people or calling the extremists that marched in Michigan with swastikas very good people that was earlier this year or hiring someone recently, Sebastian Gorka who is affiliated with the Nazi party in Hungary? When it comes to Israel. Donald Trump. Has Been Long on symbolism and short on substance. Yes. He moved the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and we recognize that Jerusalem is, of course, the capital of Israel. But the substance matters and when you look at the record of Joe Biden who with President Obama finalized unprecedented historic thirty eight. DOLLAR AGREEMENT WITH ISRAEL PROVIDING FOR AID for the next ten years, and you look at the security issues that Israel faces. Actually Donald. Trump has not been that great for Israel.
Who Was Karl Marx, and What Were His Philosophies?
"With glance at Karl. Marx's curriculum vitae says a lot economist philosopher journalist sociologist political theorist historian. Add to that socialist communist in the original meaning of the word and revolutionary and. That's just a start. Karl Heinrich Marx was one of the most respected minds of the nineteenth century. His meditations on how societies work and how they should work have informed and challenged humans for more than one hundred and fifty years. Yet to the uninitiated marks may be only a bushy mugged symbol of revolution the father of communism the hater of capitalism. He's considered by many especially in the West as the man whose ideas spurred authoritarian communist regimes in Russia China and beyond that again is selling the man short. Because it's not entirely right in his book Karl Marx. A nineteenth century life author. Jonathan Sperber wrote viewed positively. Marks is a far seeing profit social and economic developments an advocate of the emancipatory transformation of state and society from a negative point. Marks is one of those most responsible for the pernicious and features of the modern world. If nothing else marks was a keen observer of the human condition he was deep finger with bold ideas about how to make life better we spoke with Lawrence Talmon who teaches a course on marks and philosophy at the University of Chicago and is the CO author of a chapter on Marx and Marxism in the rootlets. Handbook of philosophy and Relativism domine said Marx himself was first and foremost kind of scientist. He was a student of reality but he himself struggled throughout the course of his career. How exactly to put his ideas to politics. It's important to note that despite his one time lofty standing in what was then the Soviet Union marks was born in tier in the Kingdom of Prussia in eighteen eighteen. That's what's now known. As the Rheinland area of western Germany. After the failed German Revolution of Eighteen. Forty eight marks fled to London where he eventually died in eighteen eighty three. He's buried beneath a large tomb in London's highgate cemetery. Inscribed with the words workers of all lands unite but marks grew up privileged the son of well off and liberal parents in an ancient town that had been racked for decades before his birth by Warren Revolution that upheaval cultural religious and political shaped his parents and was a big part of young. Marx's upbringing later marks attended universities studying law and philosophy where he became engaged to and later married a Prussian baroness it was well studied philosophy and law that marks introduced the works of German Philosopher Yard Ville Helm Friedrich. Hegel whose ideas he used to later. Form his take on Communism Marx began a career. As journalists early twenties writing for radical newspapers in Cologne and Paris the route he consorted with other liberal minded philosophers and by his mid twenties met and collaborated with one of the major influences in his life. Friedrich Engels it was angles who convinced marks that societies working class would be the instrument to fuel revolutions and bring about a more fair and just society in eighteen forty eight the to published a pamphlet. That would be the basis for a new political movement. The communist manifesto in eighteen eighty three after Marx's death engels summed up the main idea in the communist manifesto like this quote that economic production and the structure of society of every stoorikhel epoch necessarily arising therefrom constitute the foundation for the political and intellectual history of that epoch the consequently ever since the dissolution of the primeval communal ownership of land. All history has been a history of class struggles of struggles between exploited and exploiting between dominated and dominating classes at various stages of social evolution. That this struggle however has now reached a stage where the exploited and oppressed class. The proletariat can no longer emancipate itself from the class which exploits and oppresses it. The bourgeoisie without at the same time forever. Freeing the whole of society exploitation oppression and class struggles domine explained marks was always concerned to understand the real underlying causes of social phenomenon the events and institutions that kind of shape the social world marks wanted to kind of dig down beneath the appearances and see what was really going on early on in his career. He thought that the best arena to do that in was philosophy and then as time went on he transitioned more into the social sciences. What's most important about marks is that he very much had a kind of engineering mentality about society he wanted to know. What makes it work? And how if we want to change it do we change it. What are the levers that we have to pull? Marx's eighteen forty seven economics work capital a critique of political economy a takedown of capitalism that decried the exploitation of the working class crystallized debate one that continues today between the West's ruling social and economic theory capitalism and Marx's idea of communism too many. It's a fight that hits rich versus poor bourgeoisie versus proletariate ruling class versus workers. And it's even more than that to those who debate it. It's right versus wrong. An argument about the best path to a perfect society. But that of course is very simplistic and doesn't get Marx's thinking right the Allman said above all else the association the people have with marks is that he some Utopian Pie in the sky dreaming a perfect world that is free of all the nastiness we live in now really that couldn't be further from the truth. Marks had a kind of engineering mindset. He was probably of all the major figures in the history of political thought the most practical the most realistic he was the most concerned with what is really possible. In the real world what marks to find as communism boiled down society that produces goods only for human need not for profit and in which there is no master slave royalty peasants owner worker relationship and therefore no need to overthrow. Anybody certainly clashes with the materialism of capitalism. But it's a long way from what many today see is communism to after the Russian revolution of nineteen seventeen and later under Joseph Stalin's reign some of Marx's ideas along with those of Ladimir Lennon were used to build a new empire. Millions were killed along the way similarly millions died in China under the rule of Mao. Zedong's Communist Party domine acknowledged. It's hard to even talk about what marks out of communism without dragging in all the weight from Soviet Russia and Communist China and obviously a lot of people hold marks responsible for that or -tarian rules like Stalin's and malls were not what Marx had in. Mind it's important to note too. That Marx did not hate capitalism. He actually saw some virtue in the system. He saw it as a necessary precursor to communism and he envisioned some of the technological challenges automation unseating workers for example. That are true today. Domine explained marks was very impressed with the kind of progressive character of capitalism by forcing people from all different walks of life into the same workplaces capitalism. Kind of breaks down. The old divides between communities and so things like race and gender religion. Divide people less. The more people are forced to see each other as equals in the workplace. Marks recognized marveled at the economical and technical growth the capitalism begets and saw it as an improvement from previous societies. Later in life. Domin says mark suggested that a growth capitalism might be a way to move toward communism instead of all out revolution but he still saw communism with no master slave dynamic as the end goal in that way and in others. Marx's idea of communism was far from the atrocities that have been committed in the name of communism elsewhere and his ideas are still perhaps strangely many a beacon and a search for a better way of life in that this practical and deep thinker of the nineteenth century still has relevance in today's world. Dahlman said marks was so committed to giving a kind of rational criticism of everything not just the enemy but to himself in everything he was willing to criticize the old modes of life and show how capitalism kind of improved on them but he was also willing to criticize capitalism and show how we could foresee improvement coming in the future. That is still hopeful vision.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Ready to restore the Baker hotel in all its glory, developer. Chad Patton told us why he decided to get involved in the project. Chris question hundreds of times over the years. And it really comes down to just the idea of trying to read the wreck Stoorikhel monument, and resurrect community, and in simple stern. It's really what it comes down to it. If we could do it, and, and what the outcome would be why did it take so long for somebody to finally jump in because there's been a lot of talk. Why did it finally take so long to go forward on this? It's kind of complicated. Right. I mean as it relates to a hotel, and what we are, but we are bringing back is restored Baker hotel, right? The project itself has about a sixty five million dollar price tag to it. But once it, stabilized operating and stabilize only going to be worth about forty to forty five million dollars. So when you think of it in terms of simple, math equation, not too many people out there. Want to build something for sixty five million forty five? What's the time line, Chad? And what's the vision, what can people expect to see in a few years, when the Baker hotel is fully restored in back open? Construction. We had the tremendous amount of abatement or produce. Near twelve months complete restoration will take place for that. So it's a it's a four year forestry project. But what we plan on. Everything is. Mation resort spa in Chad patent the maker hotel. The spine mineral wells expected to reopen in the late spring or early summer of twenty twenty two federal health officials say this year's flu season was worse than they expected this year's flu season lasted twenty one weeks. The longest in a decade with two ways of flu and the severity was moderate with a little bit unexpected because we starting out with H one in one we thought it was going to be a pretty mild season. The CDC's, Dr Lynette Brammer says, as many as six hundred forty seven thousand people ended up in the hospital from flu and as many as sixty one thousand people died Sabrina Cupet for CBS news. Atlanta Sirri call involving frozen avocado chunks. Nature's touch frozen foods recalling signature select of KADO chunks. The FDA says it's after a bag tested.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Rich will be truly convicted confronted and victim from power or at least the battles against them publicly joined and the worst of the climate crisis might be averted because the fossil fuel Barron's will be confronted head on instead of coddled and worked with. But here's the kicker. Sorry, I'm reading so much. But these are your brilliant words, you wrote. But if if the democratic candidate. It is a no change or foce change type Abidin or a neoliberal in Sanders clothing. Trump is even odds to be the next president. Thanks to a lack of reporter, Republican voter defection, which Sanders, otherwise would capture and a revenge vote for Trump from many Sanders supporters who see no hope under either party and are well and truly pissed at the DS. So I have a problem without last group of Sanders supporters, who would vote for Trump. But unfortunately, I know they're out there. I think there are a tiny minority, but they are a group big enough to make a difference. If you subtract out the people who have institutional loyalties to the Democratic Party among the independent voters. Yes, itution Stoorikhel, and emotional K loyalties to the Democratic Party. And you consider that, what is the number forty five percents of, of everybody who could vote doesn't fold in a presidential election. Is that the right number? I think it's close to that. Yup. You've got a lot of people who Sanders would bring out if he were the candidate. And if he's not the candidate that they're going to do one of two things, they're going to either. We're talking independence. Yeah. Okay. They're going to either not vote, which is the largest group of them. I suspect yacht as I don't think a lot of people could pull the trigger for Trump or Paul Ryan, right? Exactly. I'm I hang out in. Sanders supporting social media circles like read it. Okay, I'll lot of groups are Sanders supporting right. And I try to touch base with all of them, the anger at the Democratic Party, and the desire to get revenge among those people is greater than anybody realizes because we haven't that, that tied hasn't broken the surface yet words visible to anybody in the press, or anybody who people like us who read. Generally mainstream sources like NPR that kind of place, there's going to be a fair number of people who will vote for Trump for spike because what do they have to lose? Let me put myself in their head now. Okay. Got to lose. Yeah. Upon my ship is going down. I've got student debt over one hundred thousand dollars. And I'm working as a waiter. Yep. And I've been working as a waiter since I was twenty two and I'm thirty five out who cares about me, not either one of them, and the one who looked like they might have cared the one with the knife in my back is the one. I'm going to pump on each not the one of the knife in my chest. And I watched him from twenty feet away as he approached okay done. No. Yeah, but, but you're right. And that's what it is the thinking, we can't change that these people have all these, these are the US version of Brexit voters. Yeah. Yeah. It's gonna screw things up, but screw it. It's already screwed up. Right. Well, let's, let's roll the dice loot. But stuff, that's, that's what they said some of the people like sorry, I don't mean to vilify her, but Susan Sarandon and others were saying, maybe we need to hit rock bottom bottom Hillary Clinton will be bad. And I believe that if Hillary Clinton was elected, we'd be fighting her on every front right now, but it would be a different world..
Blue Jackets Win 1st-Ever Playoff Series with Historic Sweep of Lightning
"But prettiest Stoorikhel event just happened in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Pain. The columbus. Blue jackets just swept Tampa Bay the lightning out of the playoffs. Seven three in game four it's the first playoff series win in blue jacket history, and the lightning just became the first regular season champ the presidents trophy right to be swept out of the first round of the postseason. I mean pretty historical sweep here. And I think it's worthy of mentioning right off the top tonight. What a feat that is. And what a disappointment if this was not hard. This is the NBA. This was the NFL like it'd be a much you know, hockey doesn't get as much recognition. But imagine if the warriors or imagine the bucks got swept that's. What just happened in
"stoorikhel" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"In terms of increasing that ability, ha have you found ways that these successful people became intelligent, or they just born that way, not intelligent became imaginative or whether his born that way. Well, I'm one of the major personality predictors of outstanding achievement in both creativity. And leadership is a personal I characters they called openness to experience and people who are high and openness experience are people who just like to try things out there. Very explorative are curious they'll try different kinds of meals, the re different things they're open to different kinds of values and so forth. And this is something that is a very good predictor. Like, I said about creativity and leadership because a lot of times in order to come up with new ideas. You have you've heard this term as cliche. Thank outside the box. Right. You gotta think outside the backs. So you got to be really really curious and a lot of times a solution to a problem that you're trying to stop comes totally out of the blue. So one good example, someone who has Stoorikhel figure who was had very high openness to experience as Galileo, the great Italian scientists a lot of people don't know this. But he was very interested in a lot of things besides science. He was very interested in literature. He was very interested in the you'll arts he actually had training in the visual arts, and it turned out that his interest in the visual arts allowed him to solve the problem and astronomy that stumped everybody else when the new telescope came out a lot of people thought, hey, this pointed at the moon and see if we see anything so all these people pointed to the moon and all. I saw was the same moon. They normally saw but bigger they saw a smooth surface with discoloration on like, a marble, but nothing particularly outstanding. He pointed his telescope at that moon and he saw mountains and he not only saw those mountains, but he drew them ounce because he had learned kiosk girl, which was in artistic technique in Italian art of depicting lights and darks shades shadows and highlights and he learned that technique, and he drew these beautiful beautiful drawings showing that the moon had mountains. And then all of a sudden people looked at the moon through telescopes. My gosh, he's right. The moon has mountains, but they never saw that before partly because Aristotle said that the moon had a perfectly flat surface on. So they just saw what they were supposed to see. But also because they didn't have any. Mystic training and his by what is kind of interesting Galileo's drying..
"stoorikhel" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Different shows are bios and stuff on on her life. Rain, which was on the CW is all about Mary. He's obviously not very factually accurate. Not not a not the CW doesn't exactly stick to historical real historical moments. But very entertaining show. So when I found out the Margarita was doing it. I was like pumped and that sure. Circa certian, sir, SHA. Ronin? I'm getting better says your own in was play Mary Scots. So the movie was okay. It was it was a beautifully made film like obvious all those like Stoorikhel time movies like costumes settings were all beautiful. I thought sore show was really really good. The script was like the the movie didn't really move along. Well, enough, it was tough because she really was like not it's tough. When you get a woman like Margarita, play a woman Queen Elizabeth because. Her Queen Elizabeth's her role in that movie was like kind of of an insecure ruler. Like, she there was a lot of jealousy between the two of them. And Mary is Scott's was supposed to be the beautiful one. And she wasn't and and Jamiroquai Scott's was having kids and she wasn't. So she liked plays. Kind of this insecure woman who obviously got very sick. And that's how her skin she had a whatever and totally changed her appearance. It was kind of a tough sell like that. I because I've already Robbie doesn't look like it's zoomed in on her face in the movie, and my friend, and I like giggled because we were like this isn't like believable. Yeah. That's that's how I thought of it when they came out of her in the costume. And it's like, we know what Margarita looks like. Yeah. Everybody knows a Margaritas like the hottest girl on it. So for her to play a role. That somebody's supposed to be ugly. It doesn't really make a lot of sense, right? Or even though it's just acted. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was it was a little bit of a tough sell. Unlike. Robby has talked about like being around the set and how different was being costume. And people would look at her. You know, like, yeah. Is she she looks. It was more of like a scary than anything else. Because you you like this is, you know, that's our she looks like acting wise. I think she kind of tried her best. It was a very different role than things that she's done before. Wasn't quite there. I don't think my personal opinion. But tried. Yeah. Something different for her to do. Yeah. Sure. But I it also in Tanya, they kinda meter look different. She's still beautiful Robbie. Yeah. But I'm I'm happy that she is playing Barbie. Because I mean, we'll just got to be able to look at Margaret rob like, we'll look at the actual Margarita and she's beautiful. And I now probably not gonna watch movie. You've kind of recapped in a way that doesn't make me wanna see it at all..
"stoorikhel" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And lonesome the Rolling Stone to bring their impressive catalog to the US there, no filter tour begins in Florida, next, April and ends in Chicago. In June lead singer, Mick Jagger says it's a thrill to play stadiums. In the states because the energy is always amazing. The stones have only played in Europe for the past two years. Alison, keys, CBS news. It's an annual tradition for folks across the country collecting the White House Christmas ornament. Each unique each telling the story of a part of the White House or a past president the group behind it. The White House. The Stoorikhel association is president Stuart MacLaurin joins us on the line steward. Tell us about the history of the ornament. Well, thank you. Steve. I'm happy to tell you about this wonderful project of the White House stork association that we've undertaken since one thousand nine hundred eighty one and each year, we feature a different president or presidency on this official White House. Christmas ornaments. And it's a history teaching tool in and of itself. Yes, it decorates a Christmas tree. But people collect these and they have now starting into the next generation, and each one tells wonderful historical facts, and we highlight a couple of key stories during the presidency that we're featuring on the ornament, it's always fun to create and it's a very popular to collect. What is this year's ornament, featuring well, it's Harry Truman and the thirty third president of the United States, and here's years so the White House, which were quite transformative. You know, the story that White House fall into a great state of disrepair Truman's moved out for four years and moved across the street to the Blair House, and the White House was completely gutted and rebuilt from the the entire interior of the entire infrastructure, and then go back out in the same basically, the same configuration that it was he added the controversial but famous Truman balcony on the south portico that's featured on this. Ornament. Also, the redesign of the presidential seal is featured a which was a confirmed by president Truman started under Roosevelt, then confirmed under Truman, and then the third historical element that we feature on. This year's ornament is the blue room as depicted during the Truman administration after the White House was rebuilt. So those are the three key features. But also included is a little history booklet that unpack more stories about those treatment years, and I have to say, I'm very grateful to the to my predecessor. She started this tradition back in nineteen Eighty-one during the Reagan administration decided that a different president would be featured each year sequentially. So we don't have to decide who we're going to feature and be given your that's decided for us. Now, why was that Truman balcony his namesake? Architectural addition to the White House so controversial well, the south portico the rounded part of the White House exterior was added after it was rebuilt from the British. Fire member of the British earlier eighteen fourteen it took three years to rebuild several years later, the south portico of really became into fruition. That's architectural element of White House. The president is family really didn't have a place like most American families how portrait deck patio terrace. And so they wanted a place where they could go outside off the residential level on the second floor and enjoy time as a family to have a meal or read the paper or quiet conversation. And that's what the Truman balcony provides. It was controversial because it broke up the pure flow of the columns on the south portico from the ground all the way to the top. But now we look at it and see it, and it's a very natural part of that sought to us today. How popular are these are these ornaments that have now spent nearly forty years, very popular? They are collected by those who used. Them for themselves and those who give them as gifts each year. We have people that come in and buy the entire collection going back to nineteen Eighty-one. We continue to make the nature, and I support it to mention that. These are American made by veteran owned small business Rhode Island. Every component of them is made here in the United States. And so they're American-made tell the stories of the American president and the people's house. That's the White House belongs to the people of our country. And we're happy to teach and tell the stories of the White House in its history through these wonderful Christmas ornaments. So we sell many many of these ornaments every year. So people start collecting them people. Give them his creative gifts. We'll have people come in and buy them the year ornament for someone whose birthday who splits that year or bridesmaid will come in and buy this year for all for bridesmaids? So there are all kinds of creative ways of using them. And giving them we have had many stories and people send us pictures where they've now collected so many that they have a separate Christmas tree just for their White House. Christmas ornaments. A tradition that continues what else association president Stuart McLaren on the weekend roundup. Happy thanksgiving and merry Christmas. Stewart thanks to you. Coming.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on AP News
"White House's Stoorikhel association says there's nothing suggesting a presidents ever taken part before saga megani at the White House. Martha Stewart says her first Uber ride didn't go. Well. And Instagram's she explained how she ordered the most expensive version outside Tiffany's flagship store in New York City, Stuart says the first car didn't show up and the second parked halfway down the street where she couldn't see the license plate that car was pointed in the wrong direction, which she says delayed her trip as it made its way through midtown Manhattan traffic, but Stuart says the worst part was that the car was a mess inside and out. She posted a picture that showed debris on the floor and two water bottles. Uber says it was disappointed to hear about Stewart's first experience and is reached out to her and her team. Trump in Saudi Arabia. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute. President Trump says he will not further punish Saudi Arabia for the murder of US-based columnists Jamal kashogi, adding that the economic benefits of good relations with the kingdom outweigh the possibility. Is crown prince ordered the killing I'm not going to destroy the world economy, and I'm not going to destroy the economy for our country by being foolish with Saudi Arabia. The president also told reporters before leaving the White House. He's completed answers to questions from special counsel. Robert muller. Finished the written answers a Finnish. Trump's lawyers say the answers are now in the hands of the Mueller investigation. The FDA says people need to avoid eating romaine lettuce because of an e coli outbreak that has sickened thirty two people in eleven states. Another eighteen people have been made sick and two Canadian provinces. Health officials in both countries are working together on that outbreak. There have been no deaths linked to the e-coli. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this holiday, tips and wine stories from Kristen, and Paula total wine and more Chardonnay paired with lobster, mashed potatoes. Simply delicious, how good am I with wines? Put it this way. My mother-in-law now loves me for introducing her to her.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"He said he was aware of it and that he'd been wanting to figure out a way to use something like that for. Yeah. Yeah, we call them. We just stitches. Yeah. And so that was really like I had heard what he'd said today, but a lot of it. I had also seen a lot of his relationship to media because as he points out on the one hand, he's an essence chronically almost with a sort of this isn't really real on these things coming from media, but that he is involved in those because he has become the go-to guy. Surprisingly, I took a picture of his video where he's showing off, doesn't tiredly capture how much of a room in his house or his base. His basement is just filled with hundreds of talking boards collection to a friend of mine who's not entirely okay with them. And I'm like, I'm so sorry, but imagine this room is beautiful collection. Well, I feel very scared. I think he he made it was very clear about that. He did make. So So I. I haven't really interviewed him or anything, but e e seemed like he had a very rational approach to all this. She was a question that came up. We were talking to some of the people we met here. So first of all, there are some questions where he's going Zoll cultural Stoorikhel and how this interaction. And then I need not to denigrate. But literally one of the immediate question was well. So are you talking to the dead through aboard? And it's just like, okay, literally, you needed. You said. Complicated the dykes certainly not that right, but it comes from you whether whether that means one thing or the other. So that leads into we were talking to something he was politically dancing around it to lead people's imaginations. I think that's the thing. So one of these things, and I think ties nicely actually into what we're about to talk about is that some of these notions like thought forms and told buzz and co creation don't hear my eyes rolling. Sorry. People seem to be pretty the people even outside this world seem to be very sympathetic to some of those ideas because I think a lot of people, especially in the creative arts are really happy, or really, they love the idea that something that the human mind and the human will created could have a life of its own. Because of course, one could argue, it's a metaphor for any number of things that we do. You write a book, you create a song, you tell a joke, and it has an agency beyond you at survives you. And then of course, never minding that we create a little biological versions of ourselves is somewhat Messier process when. Small parts, but, but nonetheless, I think there's a lot of love for this sort of notion of the power of human creation clearly. Yeah, but I think some people can't metaphorically dance and say, maybe there's something more extra physical to it or I've just using it as a metaphor. Yeah, and I don't. I might saying he was a surly doing that, but I think a lot of that's a lot of people do that. And that does allow some wiggle room like, you know, as he was pointing out the motor. Phenomenon effect. Thank you. Involve your sub conscious doing things that you don't entirely understand. So you're in a relationship with yourself. You don't entirely understand. I thought that was very interesting kind of way of pointing that out. I don't think he mentioned that, but water witching is affectively the same. I should say of issue. And so you know, we do these things. There is materiality. There is body. These are these are not not part of the human experience. Yeah. So that leads us to, we saw two other things. We saw last night, a film screening, right? I don't know if that was the premier. It was one of a series of sneak peek because the film actually premiers in October and this is I believe, it's the brave road beast. I think so. Hearing rustling Seth free loves small town monsters. I rode beast. Yes base and its newest film told we're, I'd heard a couple of views and he talked about being heavily influenced by hammer. Certainly do see that..
"stoorikhel" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Insurance is regulated by the states generally there's very little role for the federal government in insurance it has Stoorikhel been going. Back to the nineteen thirties that it's been a, state oversight function instead of a federal one so the rules vary. Somewhat from state to state but there are things you need, to know about ensuring a car Is very important to me And that is that you think of car insurance is something that you don't use for a. Run of the mill thing I had a guy stopped me and WalMart just. Yesterday or two days ago and he was telling me how He had backed into a. Poll and it caused fifteen hundred dollars damage to his car this happened not. Just now it happened last year And He had a five hundred dollar deductible with his auto, insurer and he made a claim and they paid almost a thousand. Dollars he paid the five hundred And Then he got his premium renewal And the. Increase in the premium was huge And he, was just going on and on with me how could they do. This that his insurance went up so much he said I should have. Just paid that myself and I say exactly it was like I was standing there and I never got to say anything because he was so upset. And he was, telling me the whole thing and I said that's the point And I said that's the way insurance works. Is that, if, you make a smaller claim and to refer to a, fifteen hundred dollar item is a smaller claim sounds ridiculous for me. But in the world of insurance it is but the claim counts and. You're penalized for it potentially for years to come and then dad insult injury he says you know I've been shopping around nobody wants me because I. Have this claim, I said right So this one gentleman coming up to me pretty much explained from his own experience what it is..
Massive blaze engulfs 200-year-old museum, home to millions of artifacts
"No reports of injuries. The police was closed at the time but a, huge fire engulf Brazil's two hundred year. Old national museum in Rio de Janeiro firefighters museum workers scrambling to, save Stoorikhel, relics the. Museum houses artifacts from Egypt Greco Roman art and the first, fossils found in Brazil no word on just how Bad the damages but the museums president, calls it a sad day for all.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Span radio live coverage from the White House has Stoorikhel associations presidential site summit we'll be. Hearing from former White House executive Peachtree chef Messina he'll talk about serving five presidents over. A quarter century that get started shortly live on c. span radio, until, then it more of politics today we're joined by, Marc Caputo. Reporter with politico Florida he's also one of the, writers on this story in politico yesterday Democrats fret. Nelson is choking. In that Florida Senate race Marc Caputo why is that Well the Senator Bill Elson is doesn't seem. To be doing the things that, are needed, to be done to win a race in Florida for a democrat which is to have. Good support among black voters to appeal to the emerging Puerto Rican community also to hold white progressives as well as white centrists it's kind of a four legged. Stool in the state according to the various black leaders black officials up people involved campaigns they say is Donaldson's presence in the black community hasn't been very good in the Puerto. Rican community there were a number focus groups taken by liberal progressive groups which found that. Puerto Rican voters really didn't know who he was and they didn't know who. Rick Scott was a recent poll from one of these democratic. Groups had found that Bill Nelson was barely winning Puerto. Rican voters to Rick Scott about forty four to forty one percent, this, is, a group that he probably needs to carry, with about. Sixty to seventy And so if you start to put all these things together at addition of. The fact that governor Rick Scott is independently wealthy and has, been spending gobs and gobs and tons of tons of money it's starting to look like kind of. A grim scenario for Senator Nelson Florida has a history of having very close razor thin election margins just elections you'd probably going to be no different so there's time this likely. Going to be a very close election worry for Democrats though is that Senator Nelson Doing the things now that need to be, done to put himself in. A position to ensure that when there. Is that close election margin he's on the wing side and not on a losing side, to governor Rick Scott Well let's talk about the race to replace governor Rick Scott much more crowded races when it comes to primaries there take us through the, Republican primary I for years who haven't been following this as closely as you have In the, Republican primary in Florida you have a congressman Ron to Santa's against Florida. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam what's. Interesting, with this race is that Adam Putnam it's been a, long time figuring politics but essentially in the strength of President Trump's endorsement of Rhonda scientists and Rhonda sinuses frequent appearances on Fox News it's highly watched by Republicans Has gone from being a cellar dweller in the polls to now, the front, runner and if the polls are right, he might win by as many as double digits over Adam Putnam in. The Republican primary in Florida The democratic side. We have basically a five way democratic primary former congresswoman Glenn Graham the daughter of the former US Senator and. Florida governor Bob Graham looks like is she going to pull it out but. That's a far closer race the democratic primary for governor of. Florida has a, lot of different candidates who fill in exists in different silos you, had, not. Only, Glenn Graham who is the only woman in the race you have Andrew gillum. Who's the African American in the race he's Tallahassee mayor Philip. LeVine is the former mayor of Miami Beach and then billionaire Jeff Greene now both of them are, from south Florida there of Jewish descent and independently wealthy. So they started that kind of cannibalized votes from each, other and then there was a businessman from Orlando. Who is a very rare thing that you can't Florida which is an evangelical liberal Christian whose. Name Chris king and so when, you put all of these candidates together it's been a very kind of wild and woolly your prime It's a little difficult to figure out who has. Been the clear front runner there really hasn't been one but. It looks like when is edging to the front obviously we're gonna no more at the end of, the day Marc Caputo with politico we spoke to him. On this morning's Washington journal next on c. span radio, live coverage from the White House Stoorikhel associations presidential sites summit We'll be hearing from former White House executive pastry, chef Good, afternoon Hi everybody Been coming around, saying highly if I got up to, the stage I needed a round. Of, applause His own creamed.
Pope Francis, Catholic Church and Jacksonville discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Game tournament the. Sheriff's office saying one suspect is dead at the scene were awaiting a news conference, at four thirty PM eastern time pope Francis. Apologizing for crimes of the Catholic church in Ireland the pope interrupted by applause as. He read, the apology at, the start of Sunday, mass in Dublin island is traditionally a strong Catholic country and has one of the worst records Stoorikhel sex abuse within. The church the pope's comments came off the he met personally with eight abuse survivors on Saturday including some of those who were
"stoorikhel" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"The baseball nerds and to the casuals because it's easy for a casual to say hey i haven't seen somebody hit and pitch and then for the the baseball they can put it into stoorikhel context which is not even just babe ruth mentioned it before babe ruth he did it for a portion of his career but that wasn't really what he did for the majority of his career he converted for pitcher to an outfielder someone called almost forgetting his name guy hecker it was in the late eighteen hundreds did both he was both a hitter and a pitcher and it was a totally different era not even just like deadball live ball the the man was fifty feet away from the the batter and you couldn't even throw the ball overhand until partially through one of the years he was doing it so shohei otani is is doing something unprecedented and the the biggest hollowed mark in in all of baseball was the home run total this is just kind of funny to see mark maguire make those kind of comments at this point i sometimes you just you're better off not bringing it back up let it go martin maguire is what is mark maguire doing the hitting coach for somebody he's fine do you're hitting coach thing nobody was nobody woke up today thinking about mark maguire going like what about mark maguire and his his oh don't bring it up he's the hitting coach for the padres i said the same thing about bob mcnair last week the owner of the texans now i think his comments are far more agreed than mark mcgwire's comments because they're about like actual people and mark maguire is trivial thing like baseball home runs but no one woke up last week thinking about bob mcnair on the day bob mcnair said what he said no it was thinking about his taff apology that that he made and then now you're thinking about them same thing goes for mark maguire today pat riley his aspect i get 'cause he's got a book to sell which goes back to the you know the mvp debate a little bit one of the arguments i make for for lebron is when you seen the impact that he's had and this year you're not seeing it because he's trying to play eighty two games for.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Was mentioning it earlier in the show he stands out it should stand out to like the baseball nerds and to the casuals because it's easy for a casual to say hey i haven't seen somebody hit and pitch and then for the baseball they can put it into stoorikhel context which is not even just babe ruth mentioned it before babe ruth he did it for a portion of his career but that wasn't really what he did for the majority of his career he converted for pitcher to an outfielder someone called i'm almost forgetting his name our guy hecker was in the late eighteen hundreds did both he was both a hitter and a pitcher and it was a totally different era not even just like that ball eyeball the man was fifty feet away from the the batter and it couldn't even throw the ball overhand until partially through one of the years he was doing it so shohei otani is is doing something unprecedented and the biggest hollowed mark in all of baseball was the home run total there's is kind of funny to see mark maguire make those kind of comments at this point i sometimes you just you're better off not bringing it back up let it go mark maguire was what is mark maguire doing the hitting coach for somebody he's fine do you're hitting coach thing nobody was nobody woke up today thinking about mark maguire going like what about mark maguire and his his own they'll bring it up he's a hitting coach for the padres i said the same thing about bob mcnair last week the owner of the texans now i think his comments are far more egregious than mark mcgwire's comments because they're about like actual people and mark maguire is trivial thing like baseball home runs but no one woke up last week thinking about bob mcnair on the day bob mcnair said what he said no one was thinking about his taff apology that that he made and then now you're thinking about same thing goes for mark maguire today pat riley his aspect i get because he's got a book to sell which goes back to the you know.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And and the opinion editorial staff basically was like listen your denying palestinian people hood you the person how'd you denying there very in a right to be it's a self identified as palestinians when you're saying there's not going to be a palestinian state now that the chip the matters i wasn't denying that people can identify themselves as palestinian but i was denying that there should be a palestine on the soil of of a social israel and where israel you retain this these territories for security and for stoorikhel needs denying that but i wasn't the nine p person but today the other side had had such a hard time even contemplating that that that that alternatives are are necessary and that their frameworks and i'm like we were talking about very western frameworks way frameworks that are coming out of in the play universities and places in america newspapers in america very far away from the middle east it was very hard for them to swallow the idea that that that we should even consider not having a palestinian state as though that a specifically denying you'll person who two or people's words of whatever did wherever you one of the finest like a like a kind of personal identity the people i wasn't the night that the impact in the article i wrote very clearly this is not about purcell right people can and we should have their personal right well we wants to take with personal right when we are talking about national rights way i'll give you i'll give you just a simple example and there are differences but this is a useful kind of instructive example for example chinatown right such chinatown people speak chinese look chinese reach chinese newspapers practice chinese medicine any chinese food right but if people in chinatown started declaring that that's china that will be sedition right so the idea is that you can have your personal rights can have your certainly or cultural life but you are trying to clean national right that is a seditious kind of move and and for the new york times in that ilk it was just as though i was uh you know just basically saying you know jama genocide against these people of course oh signal thing of the store and it was so it was so impossible for them to kind of change gears and the finally.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A modern day were were so a is stoorikhel here's the modern day reality professor kruger it's a tight labour economy businesses are saying we need people but we can't rage ways rate raise wages that's baloney if you need bodies you raise wages why can't that happen well i think what they really mean it is they don't wanna raise wages saying i think many employers became accustomed to a situation where there was excess supply where unemployment was high they became a bit spoiled were they could choose workers they want at relatively low wages and now that the job market has tightened they're looking for ways that they can uh uh prevent the pay scales horizon that's one of the reasons why companies use so many temporary help workers if if if they hit a bottleneck in one area they'll reach out they'll outsource will use temporary help and they don't have to raise the whole wage scale for everybody else so i think it's more a matter of of desire rather than they can't pay more i mean we're seeing you just were reporting on how well the stock market's doing we're seeing profits doing quite well it's just sat there not being chaired as much as they used to with the workforce allen the u disappointed the culprits who have received a permanent tax cuts have chosen to give employees a oneoff bone us instead of a permanent material wage increase like it's not surprising my disappointed i think that the tax cut goes too far in the corporate tax cut i think what we're seeing is exactly what you would expect and that's what we've seen historically when we had changes in tax law which was favorable to companies the money went out and dividends war was used to raise stock prices and by bags rather than filtering through especially to lower paid workers do you see any signs of the copa response so i found them it gives you any confidence.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"At her left the gets the torchy's were they think they're gonna find some information about bill you bear the native american guy who's running with ganz and you can just feel there's a timeout and they drop play for reggie they drug play verdy murphy they're like you're going to take it from here and the movies hole sense of energy changes at the torchy's affair of one of people never before bill berrell lookie here that's a fucking heard of may an old how you're talking about in the case for eddie justice stoorikhel early is i think he's the number one person you one in the scene oh i mean what is it even a question to me can you others interracial either racial stuff can you think of any actor who could have done that he ornate hours forty five people in that in that scene i think eddie's eddie's grade this has been has been lost over time a little bit because there's now two generations that think of him as like the child actor basically or they they have no idea emerged raymond funny in this it's like nobody else goes into the bar and thus at and think anybody else at age twenty no if they don't prior i don't think prior i don't think it please the say it's it plays like leg the movie the other movies a prayer it's more slapstick yeah it's more like kind of crazy i i just don't think he could have channel it you know if you put like denzel washington and they're to you it's just not as funny and there's there's really nothing.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Of the law should be a priority for every lawsuit that this attorney general files against the trump administration that's one more drug trafficker that goes free it's a resources question 45 million dollar budget limited resources its resources its priorities and as the next attorney general lahser i reform candidate i will return that office to its original purpose which is largely devoid of politics save as your good point joe for the election itself a she has obviously lee filed a lot of lawsuits in historically amount stoorikhel amount of lawsuits against the president of the united states but she claimed she is acting on behalf of the people of massachusetts that she's doing this to benefit the people massachusetts because his policies are hurting the people massachusetts so she's just defending defending the people who live here i mean i understand that's the rationale and i i understand that any policy or any action can be tied back to how it affects certain people and again i say it's a priorities question i say to the voter i say to the voter out there would you rather have the resources the lawyers that had the amount of hours that it takes to get us to together and file against the trump administration for aid environmental cause on the one hand or would you rather have those resources focused on ensuring that your kids aren't walking by a homeward someone's dealing drugs and i think it's a i think it's very simple i think is very see this is very soon people and it's not just the environmental lawsuits that that has been conducted as i said the exxon suit there are a litany of of suits that we see that are politically motivated and i believe are meant to bolster the the platform of the political party and in this candidate democratic parliament radic party in in this case yeah i mean i i always look forward to my more healy lawsuit in the morning what i what i.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Your friend rand paul i said wow won't ran come around at the end and realize this would end single payer and roll back obamacare uh i don't want to put words a center to his mouth and nobody can get in the rand paul said completely um but he was not domestic steve what do you make of this uh i larry i take that we are going to get rand paul bodin he and others was look this is a very easy vote if the vote about whether you want to retain obamacare and i just i really fear if we don't get rid of it now you're not going to get rid of it year from now at there's no deal to be made with that croats ever crap don't wanna your who obamacare they want to expand it i love the idea of turning this over to the state and what our lines i've been used and i'm going to go see ram paul next week try to talk amended that it's like this is exactly the approach of turning it back to the states that we used in the mid 1990s remember this larry when bill clinton was president republicans ran congress we passed in the stoorikhel welfare reform bill that basically pushed the programs the state gave the state the block ran of money and said you guys run the programmes they they instituted uh you know worked for welfare programmes time on that she i education programs and other things and you know what larry we reduced wealth their caseloads by sixty percent in five years it was one of the great uh social triumps this idea that the state i'll get a eight care of their own people is ridiculous i i'm so hopeful the tab is i think you could be transformative in healthcare it i hope we get rounds vote while you have seven seven days ago dry what's your take on this i mean it dry tyre comes down the center mcaskie of alaska and senator paul kentucky i'm assuming senator collins she's leaning no i'm sure she's going to stay now sarah mccain's going to stay now so it's those two people dry what what's your take tyler it's good to talk to you and i concur with what steve moore said uh with the parallel between the.
"stoorikhel" Discussed on KKAT
"To the states that we used in the mid 1990s remember this larry when bill clinton was president republicans ran congress we passed in the stoorikhel welfare reform bill that basically pushed the programmes state gave the state the block granted money and said you guys run the programmes they they instituted uh you know worked for welfare programmes time on that she i education programs and other things and you know what larry we reduced welfare caseloads by sixty percent in five years it was one of the great uh social triumphs this idea that the state i'll get a eight care of their own people is ridiculous i i'm so hopeful the tab as did i think you could be transformative in help cure and i hope we get rams vote while you have seven seven days ago dry what's your take on this i mean it dry kind of comes down to center mcaskie of alaska and senator paul kentucky eight assuming senator collins she's leaning no i'm sure she's going to stay now sarah mccain's going to stay now so it's those two people dry what what's your take hiler it's good to talk to you and i concur with what steve moore said uh the parallel between the welfare reform of the midnight ladies and what the graham kathy would do is very important in fact what are the people who advised graham cassidy 100 howard johnson on this is none other than former us senator rick santorum of pennsylvania and was in fact her comfortably held about a week ago he was at the press conference he was basically author of the mid nineties welfare reform and so he's basically quick pick that let the state's hamlet model turn it back to the governor's state legislatures idea and now wants to apply this to obamacare and i think if you've got innovative creative people and they capitals rather than the brain dead polk washington dc handling with you're going to get a lot of good ideas implemented also i didn't notice i i worked a a pete from the last week in the cupboard has been it's been so hard to focus on this amid everything else going on this bill allows catastrophic coverage with your something rand paul talked about all the cutting it allows association health plan for the foot pay you are the ah a graduate of ucla the you philly alumni association concerted tone health insurance plan.