36 Burst results for "Tenth"
Fresh update on "tenth" discussed on AP News Radio
"Seattle's 42 victory at Oakland keeps the athletics 2 games behind for the second AL wild card and brings the mariners within 3 games Kyle Seager was 3 for 4 with 3 RBIs including a 2 run single in a 3 run third Mitch Haniger doubled twice and winning pitcher Tyler Anderson allowed just 1 run and 4 hits fanning 7 over 7 innings tie France added an RBI single in the third offshore Minaya who matched a career high with his tenth loss that's huge man number closer from a certain right now coming out of your garden sh yeah that's the crazy because last week's policy wall picked up his ninth save as the et's had their 5 game winning streak snapped I'm the ferry
Seager's three RBIs help Mariners stop A's 5-game win streak
"Seattle's four two victory at Oakland keeps the athletics two games behind for the second AL wild card and brings the mariners within three games Kyle Seager was three for four with three RBIs including a two run single in a three run third Mitch Haniger doubled twice and winning pitcher Tyler Anderson allowed just one run and four hits fanning seven over seven innings tie France added an RBI single in the third offshore Minaya who matched a career high with his tenth loss that's huge man number closer from a certain right now coming out of your garden sh yeah that's the crazy because last week's policy wall picked up his ninth save as the et's had their five game winning streak snapped I'm the ferry
Zuerlein Makes 56-Yarder on Last Play, Cowboys Beat Chargers
"Greg Zuerlein connected on a fifty six yard field goal as time expired giving the cowboys a twenty seventeen victory over the Chargers the winning kick came after Tristan Vizcaino tied the game with a twenty nine yard kick with three fifty eight left Dallas running back Trey Pollard had one hundred nine yards on thirteen carries dak Prescott completed twenty three of twenty seven passes for two hundred thirty seven yards we talked about all week long one to finish one to finish each drive one to finish the game I want to necessarily take it out of the defense handcuffs are going back to last week we could have finished and we could finish in the red zone with a touchdown so we could have finished that game last week Justin Herbert had his tenth three hundred yard passing game completing thirty one of forty one for three hundred thirty eight yards he had one touchdown pass but threw two interceptions I'm Dave Ferrie
Brewers Rally to Top Cubs 8-5, Move Closer to Division Title
"Kolten Wong hit a tie breaking single with two outs in the eighth inning to spark the brewers eight five decision over the cubs I was in a triangle there due to much even though it looked like it sometimes in those things but you know I was trying to really just hone in on that strike zone right down the middle and and not get off of that you know these guys before me had a really good at bats and I wanted to continue that trend the walkie scored four runs off reliever Rowan wick in the eighth to come from behind to beat the cubs for the tenth straight time Luiz arena strove in three runs and long was three for five with two RBIs helping the brewers cut their magic number to for for winning the NL central Frank Swindell hit a solo shot for the cubs the first Homer brewers starter Adrian Houser had allowed since June twenty sixth I'm Dave Ferrie
A Comprehensive Defense of America's Embattled Constitution
"We are blessed everybody. We are very very blessed to live in. A country still has some semblance of a divinely. Inspired form of government of the independent jewish judiciary rule of law consent to the govern- checks and balances and that started today. Not actually today. But on this day i should say many many years ago in seventeen eighty seven the united states constitution after it was the seven articles were at least conditionally approved by the constitution convention. They had to go state by state so they had to go. Delaware was the first state rhode island was the last state to ratify and to approve it and there are seven articles of the united states constitution. It wasn't until seventeen. Ninety one that the bill of rights was passed and ratified by all the states. And that's actually what most people know is their constitutional rights first amendment second amendment amendment fourth amendment first amendment right to speech not to be infringed upon by government. Secondment the right to bear arms third amendment. That soldiers don't come into your home fourth amendment. The government can spy on you fifth amendment. You're right against self-incrimination. Six seven and eight all about process speed and a speedy speedy and quick jury of your peers against long imprisonment unfairly ninth amendment which actually one of my favorite amendments to the constitution which says that anything that is not in the constitution does not mean that it's not protected tenth amendment. Things that are not in here are protect are then given to the states and to the people that the for. That's the first ten amendments to the united states constitution. But that actually wasn't part of what we're celebrating today. If i remember correctly december seventeen ninety one that the bill of rights was was ratified. James madison wrote. It is our reason alone that must be placed in control of the government. Our passions must be controlled by it. The constitution spreads power over time and over land makes it hard to change. Things makes it hard to conduct. Quick revolutions you see the founding fathers in this constitution. And this is the best way to defend. Somebody asked me say charlie what conservatives actually believe said. It's very simple. We believe in natural law. We believe in a natural law. Giver founders knew this they wrote it in the declaration which is why the declaration is a partner of the constitution. They go right into each other. As dr larry arnn from hillsdale college would say it's the founders key. They are meant for one
Yanks Toss It Away in 9th, Fall to Hays, Orioles 3-2 in 10th
"The Yankees lost their hold on the two AL wild card berths by losing to the Orioles three to two on Austin Hays RBI single in the bottom of the tenth New York led to wanted to reliever clay Holmes threw a wild pitch past Gary Sanchez with two out in the ninth allowing Kelvin Gutierrez to score you're one pitch away their and try to go the the comeback sinker away I think I just got a little bit too much around it didn't really come back in a little bit of a game it happens your Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery struck out a career high twelve and allowed one run on six hits over five and two thirds Joey Gallo hit his thirty fifth Homer of the season but the yanks fell a half game behind Toronto and Boston in the wild card battle I'm the ferry
Tapia's Tiebreaking Single in 10th Sends Rockies Over Braves
"Raimel Tapia furnished an RBI single in the tenth inning to give the Rockies a three two win over the Braves tapi is slated cuts the Braves lead in the NL east at three and a half games over the Phillies it was a tough night at the plate for Braves manager Brian Snitker steam we had a lot of situations head guys up that we want yeah was you know a lot of situations in our favor I thought just couldn't get a big hit the rocky scored twice in the fifth on Antonio Santa telus bunt single and Charlie Blackmon's bases loaded walk Eddie Rosario tied it in the bottom of the fifth with a solo shot Rosario drove in both Atlanta runs sends a tele allowed two runs and seven hits with no walks and seven strikeouts in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Schwarber, Vazquez Power Red Sox Past Mariners 9-4 in 10
"The red Sox erupted for six runs in the tenth inning to beat the mariners nine to four Kyle Schwarber delivered a two run single and scored on a two run double by Christian Vazquez hunter Renfroe hit a solo Homer for the red Sox who scored the tiebreaking run on a passed ball Adam Ottavino retired four batters in winning for the second time in two days Seattle broadcast was talking about at the end of bench in this series and I think at least I did I took it personally so but that we were a little bit different so the last two nights Kyle Seager hit a two run double for the mariners who are three and a half games out of a wild card berth Eric Swanson took the loss the outcome keeps the red Sox in a tie for the first two AL wild card berths I'm Dave Ferrie
Biden's Business Vaccine Mandate and the Legal Challenges It May Face
"Last thursday president biden announced sweeping vaccine mandates for four categories of americans workers in private companies. That have a one hundred or more employees. Most federal workers and federal contractors teachers and staff at federal programs related to education and finally healthcare workers at facilities that receive money from medicare or medicaid. All in all the mandates cover about one hundred million american workers. If they don't comply they could face getting fired. World's sarah weinsberg reports in some respects. Rebecca wasn't all that surprised by the binding administration's new vaccine mandate she figured the government would require federal employees and maybe even medical workers to get back sedated. But she was surprised. Her company got caught up in the requirements. Rebecca works for an appliance repair business in washington state. It has about one hundred thirty employees. Were not using her last name to protect her job. I don't think anybody thought that it would be mandated for private employers. Especially see i think. I am a little surprised on that. Rebecca doesn't want to get the vaccine. She and her husband had been struggling with infertility for the past two years. She's concerned about how it could affect her hormones. she also doesn't want to get it for religious and political reasons. I don't feel like the government should be telling us what her husband works at a hospital. So he's also affected by the mandate if the federal government is able to implement its vaccine requirements. They could both lose their jobs. So life is up in the air. But that's a big if says jonathan inward. He's an attorney who specializes in health law. Claims he says the biden administration mandates violate the constitution as well as federal law for those who have natural immunity. This likely violates the protection clause of the constitution it likely violates the tenth amendment and as applied to the states that would violate what's called the anti commandeering doctrine
Judge, Sánchez Rally Yanks From 5-Run Deficit Over Twins 6-5
"The Yankees stormed back from a five run deficit to beat the twins six to five Gary Sanchez line two game winning single in the bottom of the tenth two innings after Aaron judge tied it with a three run Homer it was a big win for Aaron Boone's ball club to fall fall behind like that after an emotional weekend and obviously with these these games meaning so much that's a good one right there for a Polanco in the Kelso no slam two run homers in the first inning Byron Buxton added a third inning blast off rookie starter Luiz he'll making it five nothing Gleyber Torres scored the game winning run hours after the loss to shortstop job and was moved to second base the yanks won for just the fourth time in sixteen games since a thirteen game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
Shaw Singles in 10th, Red Sox Beat White Sox 9-8
"Travis Shaw's RBI single in the tenth inning was the game winner is a red Sox defeated the white Sox in an exciting marathon game ninety eight Boston fell behind early to nothing then scored seven runs in the third only to see the white Sox then scored six unanswered runs of their own the red Sox tied it in the eighth before Shaw wanted in the tenth kind of an up and down a little bit somewhere some nights as a team but overall given what we've gone through the last two weeks I think everybody can can say that we we were doing the best we can and it's definitely it definitely could be much worse shot drove in four runs while Luis Robert had four hits and three RBIs for the white Sox Boston maintains a slim lead in the AL wild card race while the white Sox magic number for winning the central is now eleven David Shuster Chicago
A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th
"On september tenth. Two thousand one keeneland association in lexington kentucky opened its annual september. Yearling sale a colt by leading sire storm cat. Top the opening session at five point. Five million dollars the final crop of legendary sire. Mr prospector was attracting considerable interest. As well it was business as usual but the following morning as handlers presented yearlings to prospective buyers in the bar area and as consigners were busy rushing updates to the sales pavilion images of coordinated terrorist attacks on the united states began. Filling newscasts being streamlined. On television monitors located throughout keeneland sales complex there were horrific images from new york from washington dc and from pennsylvania the nation was thrown into chaos on the keeneland sales grounds individuals who only moments earlier had been preoccupied with selling and buying horses suddenly stopped. They stared in disbelief struggling to comprehend what was unfolding on the east coast. Keeneland officials immediately announced that the start of the sale will be delayed by one hour but then as the depth of the attacks became more fully known. The decision to the way became a decision to postpone with keeneland. The mount saint that the sale would not continue until the following day at the earliest given that it was tuesday. Only eleven tracks across the country rescheduled the host. Live racing the downs at albuquerque delaware. Park fairmount park fair. Plex finger lakes great lakes downs. The meadowlands mountaineer racetrack philadelphia park prairie meadows and sunray park all eleven canceled. Most racing facilities would remain closed the following day as well at keeneland the president. Nick nicholson announced the formation of a red cross relief fund. It raised one hundred thirty thousand dollars within the first twenty. Four hours in the midst of the shock. Anger and sadness. There was also a stronger sense of community beginning to emerge
Biden Announces Vaccine Plan for Employers
"Vaccine requirements just announced by president biden are not out of the blue. They're not even the first ones we had for. Covert nineteen as new york times notes today. We've already got experience with large employers starting to require vaccination at among other things. But we've learned from that experience so far. Is that the requirements work. They succeed at their goal of getting more people to get the shot last month. For example the pentagon announced that active duty military personnel would have to get vaccinated that has just been announced so far. They haven't hit a deadline for it yet. But already the proportion of active duty personnel. Who had the shot has gone from. Seventy six percent to eighty three percent. Same deal with the. Va seven weeks ago. The va told its frontline. Health workers they had to get the shot since then the number of va frontline workers who've been vaccinated has gone from seventy seven percent up to eighty two percent and still rising same deal at private sector employers like united airlines for example employees. There were told last month that they'd have until october. Twenty fifth to get vaccinated. Well s- only september tenth. Now there's still plenty of time before that deadline hits but already just since laying out that eventual requirement the majority of united airlines workers who weren't vaccinated before that announcement have since become vaccinated. We know it works and we've had plenty of other vaccine requirements throughout our history. That have also worked. But as the president indicated today we also know that republican governors and republican elected officials will sue and try to stop these new policies as if they're totally novel as if this is some brand new idea. The united states supreme court has ruled multiple times going back more than a century that it is not unconstitutional to require americans to get a vaccine. Even if a person doesn't want to in the context of a serious public health threat you can be required to be vaccinated. They ruled that way back in one thousand nine five in the context of mandatory smallpox vaccine requirement in massachusetts. They ruled that way in nineteen twenty two in the context of vaccines being required of students if they wanted to attend
Biden's Vaccine Mandates Are the Ultimate Unconstitutional Overreach
"Ship timber tenth. Two thousand twenty one and david alluded infamy because in many ways these sweeping kovic vaccine mandates are the line in the sand that millions of americans are saying shall not should not much not be crushed. We spent a lot of time on it today. On the unconstitutional overreach biden demonstrating that. He is everything we feared he could be. This administration is validating every fear that those of us who fought hard for donald trump in twenty twenty had these fears are now realized. We got a president acting like an emperor. He knows these. This is unconstitutional. He knows companies aren't going to enforce vaccine mandates. I wonder what my company is going to do. We got a big. I work for a big company and make no mistake. I don't. it's not my company. I don't own the company. I'm an employee. But i know fellow employees who are unvaccinated for a myriad re a lot of different reasons. What are they going to do it ours. My company gonna fire people. I hope not. I pray not. I'm hearing people from shapiro. His his company the daily wire. They're not gonna enforce it. Charlie kirk not gonna enforce it. He's got over one hundred employees. At turning point it puts companies like ours in a very difficult position.
US Producer Prices Jump an Unprecedented 8.3% in August
"Inflation at the wholesale level climbed to eight point three percent last month it's the biggest annual gain since the labor department started calculating the twelve month number in two thousand ten the producer price index which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers rose seven tenths of a percent in August after full one percent increases in both June and July when compared with August of twenty twenty prices were eight point three percent higher core prices which exclude the volatile food and energy categories also rose to slightly less six tenths of a percent from July and six point seven percent from a year earlier inflation has been stirring as the economy recovers from the coronavirus recession with supply chain bottlenecks and a worker shortage pushing prices higher Ben Thomas Washington
Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10
"The brace pulled out a seven six win over the nationals on jock Peterson's walk off single in the bottom of the tenth have been suing the bag great just get a good pitch that I could put a swing swing on and put the barrel on it and it was a came out successful in that that's huge Stephen Vogt hit two solo homers for Atlanta which took two of three in the series Freddie Freeman Adam duvall and Jorge Soler also went deep as the Braves extended their division lead to three and a half games over the Phillies with the Mets five games back in the NL east Washington led five four after Luis Garcia's eighth inning Homer then tied at six six one lane Thomas tripled and scored in the ninth Jacob Webb retired the side in order in the tenth to earn the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Chris Stapleton, Eric Church Share Top CMA Nominations
"Chris Stapleton and Eric church lead the nominations for the Country Music Association awards with five each I'm marquees are a letter with the latest Stapleton and Eric church will face off for entertainer of the year along with Miranda Lambert Carrie Underwood and Luke combs Morgan Wallen who was caught on video earlier this year yelling a racial slur earns an album of the year nomination for his dangerous the double album the CMA had earlier said Wallen would be disqualified for individual awards but his music was eligible Lambert now has fifty eight career nominations tying her with Brad Paisley for the third most overall ABC will air the CMA awards on November tenth
5 Technologies to End All Wars... That Didn't
"This episode originally published back in september of two thousand fourteen september tenth. To be precise it is titled five technologies to end all wars. That didn't and i think the title pretty much sets it all up. Let's dive in people who are real. Innovators really I forward thinkers for lack of a better word. Often get kind of idealistic and optimistic. Sometimes perhaps unrealistically so right and so we we have some examples here of people who very confidently at the time. Proclaimed that the technology either they invented or that they were an advocate for would be the end of war for one reason or another and they fall into different kinds of categories. So we're gonna talk about all of them. Yes so there's several different ways. I guess you could imagine that war between humans could in on one hand. It's kind of hard to imagine that because it's just such a fundamental part of human nature and human history. Obviously it would be a fantastic thing for us to not violently. Kill each other in great numbers at intervals of time. sure But there are few ways you could look at how this might happen so one would be to sort of make war too risky Though that it's just not in your self interest pursue it. Gotcha so the idea being that even if you feel you have an advanced military that to wage war of any type would would incur such losses as to nullify any positive effect that that war might have your so. You just cannot be of a net advantage to you. The only way to win is not to play. I guess another way though. This is kind of harder to imagine how it would be done would be to say that you would make war completely impracticable or physically impossible. So it's just you somehow create a technology that makes so that people cannot actually do it. You want to shoot somebody but your gun doesn't work.
"tenth" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Michael. You're in tunisia. Where the arab spring began ten years ago. Tell me what led up to. This period of the country's history search tunisia gained independence from the french in nineteen fifty six but tunisia's first president habiba gave her admired a lot about europe. He set up a modern education system. Included girls said about developing his country countries hotels repackage welcome and experience luxury while discovering. The charm of ancient land is progressing being but for his liberal ideas who gave a wasn't authoritarian leader and in one thousand nine hundred seven. He was succeeded by another leader. Zine abidine ben elite or hard honest over time it was becoming more -tarian every shop. Every state building had his picture on it he would win elections by these ludicrous margins. Like well over ninety percents citizen was like living in a perfect world with its god which has been eddie and his family and no one had the right to say that anything is going wrong. Opponents were harassed and imprisoned in. He ran a police state surveillance. State with over two hundred thousand agents and they would people torture electrocution imprisonment. And of course media was tightly controlled. Say underbelly then. What was life like for people in tunisia will for those growing up on the coasts. Life was better. I mean the country was growing strongly by some measures nearly ten percent year before the revolution but that was mostly concentrated in the big cities and there was also a lot of corruption so a lot of the prosperity that was there was captured by people in these wealthy areas. As you've got further inland or south people were struggling. Young people were finishing school or university with no prospect. Getting the kinds of jobs. They felt like they deserved. You know they would say other than their country who were doing well. People have seized. Who are doing well. And they would rightly ask well. Why don't make there was also a sense of humiliation of indignity so it was easy for example would regularly have these his produce. Things used to weigh fruit. They've been confiscated and he would need to go and pay a bribe to get it back and it was sort of place where he could be slept in the street by an officer and he had to just take it because the cops ran the show and pry them into december two thousand and ten where they're open protests about this unhappiness with the way that the country was being run it was this growing drumbeat of protests and after told me that there was a sense building after the year. Two thousand that things were coming to a head in two thousand and eight in the city. Gaza there were significant protests and activists. Who was there said to me. That what people learn gulf so this is again two years before the beginning of the revolution. Was that you could take on the police that this regime was not as strong as it same. And there was this other force that appeared in the mid to thousands that would also prove important and that was social media because it allowed people to begin to circumvent tight media controls. Suddenly they could talk to each other. They could share videos photos. They could organize and so unbeknownst even too many analysts in outside observers tunisia in december two thousand and ten was prime for something he just needed. A spark in those moments after muhammed boise set himself on fire. What happened well. His cousin ali was filming it and he uploaded the video to social media and it started to spread from zero to other cities and immediately in cd protests kicked up. People came out in his neighborhood. They started to fight when police organized in response and that quickly led to protests elsewhere in the south and it quickly became the most open. Challenge that the ben. Ali regime had ever a face in response earl ben. Ali allowed his troops to open fire. So in a city called kesselring. The police started shooting. They killed twenty two people and injured hundreds. The shootings in casseroles often brought up. Because for one thing they would film people could save their own. Police force openly shooting other tunisians and it was such a shock to people and many people say that that was the point at which ben ali had crossed the line and it saint as something that really kicked up momentum in resulted in people in tunis who might otherwise have decided sort of the heads down and ride this out to say no. We're going to get out on the streets to at one point. We saw this huge demonstration here in the capital tunis. Where eight hundred thousand people. Much sense.
"tenth" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"What happened here you happened. Said he wanted fast and so he kind of waves any we would have prepared for the rapid acceleration so he waves his hands around and casts press digitization and Y'all everything gets cleaned up. He's like oh he's like. Fortunately we have to learn that before we become drivers for the service because that happens more often than you think. It does have do what i feel like. You underestimate how often nothing that happens as as again is often to see if it happens often. Were you surprised when you open the door. I just wasn't expecting a river but anyway as per usual. I can't drop you off inside water deep. Because i'd like to be able to leave it so here you go Not sure how you got the first time but hopefully you're able to do it again at some point too low and he takes off his horses by good to see you again. don't wave. It was my lo o otis. I mein oh yes. Good to see you bilo. Well let's get back into the city. What time of probably a what time. Let's see here. It was morning when you guys woke up for a little bit. You walk for a little bit not for very long so it's probably still morning time probably about ten in the morning about so recall. A plan was to go to the tower and shut the door with this Dm would i know away for us to get into the city Inconspicuously especially with the facts. That pu has a giant needle attached to his hand. Which we happen is something the bad guys are looking for. I will say that when the powers that be took over water deep after they eliminated the masked lords they also wanted the thieves the the the local thieves guild sure so you guys have been utilizing their underground tunnel system all sas. Okay so yes you are familiar with how to get on the scene.
"tenth" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Those of you who are watching this happen as pooh claps his hand. Suddenly he blinks out of existence and here reappears over here by with the and then he blinks out of existence and then he appears over here by himself and he keeps blinking in and out of existence. Around you for the next minute and then it stops again. How low user gotta hit him on the head. You will were jumping around for everywhere. Lack apu play job. Everyone think. I think. I should probably try to do anything. Was this now waving around. I'm not doing this for you to do. I think that may be. Why is he. Waves it around just enough so nothing happens. Yeah exactly yeah. They're me me thinks the d. m. should be careful who he gives potentially extremely powerful magic items that do random things to just. You're you're about to call it game breaking weren't you know it's not game breaking. I have a feeling. I know what is modeled after and then a mouse comes out of the woods and pulls the needle out of his hand. That's hilarious. I believe on our way to somewhere. Did we want to talk to these people at all. Look i should just leave them scattered around well that went over. There is pretty much incoherent. The one i hit. I think we should question him. Great well let's tell him. Yes so who's gonna knock coup about this no dear. Maybe you should just stumbled fulltime up. Okay i will sit down for a little bit so as you tie him up and then tie the knot on the rope. I would like you to make a survival check for that. Not please okay. Well this'll be interesting survive. I rolled a six. Okay so you tie him up and you guys were going to be questioning the one who you knocked out steve. Yeah okay so he starts to come to after a little while he's like what's this. Then where are you from. I'm from the woods. That's where i live. And why do you pick strangers like us. Well that's how that's how we make a little scratch on the side. You know you gotta feed yourself. Where is your family. I got no family. My family say my family's traded me in to slavery when.
"tenth" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"To this podcast form. You are only getting half the story. This is episode ten and we kind of early on decided if we hit episode ten. We're going to do it with cameras on. So i'm not sure what avenues. This is. Going to be dispersed. I do want put it out over the geek devotion twitch stream. I wanna put it on youtube. I wanted to put it on facebook. I wanna put on all media mediums that we can put it on but for specific links and locations. Please check out the facebook page for playing games strangers. I'm sure we'll have links by the time it's actually posts so i will be your fat and ugly. Dm for the evening. My name is john. I play nick foster on the randoms. My shirt we're all of us are reaping what we do and with us this evening. I will just go clockwise on my skype screen. We have from geek devotions slowest mora hello also kerry johnson like about saying she's a gold digger and then in screen top right. We have eric campagin no that way. Because that's the way they say it in supersonic but that's not the way that it's pronounced okay for everybody out there you get into write it in the script. The way that i do. When i sound like phonetically yes. That's how i got. That's how i got. Nathan james norman to say my name correctly was i know he knows said it correctly. There is one episode that i'm in where he did say it correctly. Because i had. I had sent a phonetic pronunciation a phonetic spelling of it out. But and i can't remember what episode it is but then after that it's it's gone back to compagno and it makes me sad. I'm eric compagno and and the ram walker in the randoms all right and then in my bottom right screen. We have fire hands himself. Steve mcdonald strangers aliens fame. That's where i i heard. His voice strangers malians or but celebrate our tenth anniversary this year. Which means you are old so anyway. Also i've played fire hands plus a lot of other. You my voice. If you know my.
"tenth" Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin
"I know this is A. Doesn't exactly have anything to do pretty centers, but we just kind of jumped to this, but. If all the people. Just were a little bit less rich everybody. Everybody could be a lot better. Now? I mean if you about wealth distribution. That doesn't work either. I know that I've heard somewhere that wealth distribution is like what caused the Great Depression reception likely that did it was all foregin FDR's wealthier programs shit of trying to get people free money. There's gotta be a better way I think like. 'cause this way is not that good haven't rich people is not bad because having rich people creates jobs. But there's people who are so rich. There's there's some greedy people in the world. Okay, they they just kind of want money enough announced. Blake. Businessman is going to spend his money. Because having money in sin is nothing. He's GonNa move it. You're going to build stuff you're gonNA have jobs because of a product or service that. They came up with. Every rich person is pretty damn smart. You gotta be smart to be rich. It's not necessarily. Some people get lucky like Kylie Jenner while. She didn't necessarily get lucky me lucky in the way that. She was born into a family that was extremely wealthy. But. I mean she also. She has some degree of talent. Takes talent to run your own business shit. She has her own makeup business whatever? But. I think it's a whole lot easier when you're you're. Just born with all that opportunity. We probably got to wrap this up. 'cause. My baby's been freaking out for all. Saying. This has been a tenth episode of from the perspective of Justin with Clint Hudson. Appreciate being here. So yeah see you later..
"tenth" Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin
"Like h thirteen like eight grade, maybe the man that'd be a good spot for. Right now we're learning at high school level United States. Will lead the the do something like that in Japan. Like their. Equivalent to learning. Twelfth grade stuff here. Learning at the age level there at thirteen in high school is kind of their college. It's optional pretty much. Lesson of often college should be free. If if college free college can't be totally because we can then think same way, healthcare can be to be free again. We're GONNA tax. Way Deep into that. There's. We can. We can get deep into this. Is the basis for why healthcare can never be three, because you cannot force a person to perform a service. No you can't doctor. For forced to do anything read is in them. No, you you. There's ways to pay for these things without charging people. Health care is something that you need as a right like you need. Not a right skirts. You needed you need. If, this country if I were say this country takes care of me what it doesn't take care of me at this point. Nobody is okay, so everyone's like. You should be patriotic because you live in a free country, nobody there's no barbarians charging at the village like I can go to another country and be just as free. So it's like. There's this deep this. Go Super Deep reason healthcare won't work because the government will be involved in everything. They touch today, fuck! Like I said with education number one before the Department of Education. America was number one in education. Boeing worthy our taxes. Go Right now. Should he stuff exactly so why? So, they don't want. To go to a lot of things to what what they do right now with my taxes, they had proven that they cannot handle more taxes. To do more stuff, they can't handle it. No, how no, but taxes the whole way taxes are dealt. What needs to be different because? You if you if you could go somewhere and be like I'm going to vote for this to be done with my taxes. You probably wouldn't choose any of the things that do happen with your taxes, right. You would choose. If, he if I would my taxes I want free health care and I want what I say Free College. That's what I want for my taxes like that's what I want. If I live in this country, that's what I'm. In pain and the countries take for me I don't want a taxes paid for stupid shit like they paid for construction workers. Consume it they paid for. It would pay for government buildings, which is some pointless should. gave. Don't think construction workers get paid like they they would. Kind of get contracted by the government in a yeah, so because the government pays the city paintings to fix potholes shit like that, but the thing is they fixed this road like six times and there is. There was never anything really that wrong fit, so it's like why why are they? Why does random shit like that? Is there like? Nobody, there's not a place where everybody in town meets up in votes for what their taxes go to you. Is there. I mean that's like city, council and stuff like that, but who's. The year you're agreeing with the fact that the government is irresponsible right now with our taxes. One I'm just saying I don't even know what happens with with our taxes that much. Like. With what we currently have, you're suggesting that we need to be text more in order to get free healthcare in college. In the thing is, you can't may be a little more, but but but what I'm but I'm actually saying is that. We need as citizens. We need to be more conscious of what's going on with our taxes. Our taxes need to be doing things that benefit ups yet. AGREE THEY'RE! Getting out of hand. Know what we're supposed to do with a tyrannical government is overthrow it. Yeah, that's why we have the second amendment. There's a lot of things wrong with our government. Also I know you don't like Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders was talking about how the whole election the way we elect people is just wrong. Like, not really I mean it is because. What you mean like the electoral electoral, College. It's it's become this thing where you you're not. You don't have to actually prove or you don't have to actually prove that you're like standup guy I have to do is like win a popularity contest. It's like it's like. The the election for the presidency has become like MTV reality show where people are like talking shit to each other. Enemies degree something where. People are trying to find the wisest. The, Guy, who's going to do the best shit for the country? They're not. They're trying to find like. World's. Biggest problem right now. There's no term limits on Congress. Like Bernie Sanders he's been in Congress for thirty five years or some shit. Hasn't really done much in that time next publicity. The C. Like he's. He's talking about like. Oh fuck the rich or whatever himself like to fuck in houses to mention. All fucking hypocrites. They're all rich. They're all politician. Rich people got rich off your money and of unit responsible with still. That's true. That's. So Free College and free healthcare will not work because they're already here responsible with. That's another what? The VA is. Government run their. Shit. And it's absolute shit. soldiers are waiting months for that's one of the problems with. Capitalism. Capitalism. Yeah, because when did you all government run? That is not what capitalism is. It's not a free market. It's regulated by the government, but I'm saying. The opposite. Right and he's. He's always GONNA be rich. and. It's because of capitalism. Not Yes it is. You got rich because he's a crooked politician like. Kardashian, you'll get the numbers. They just don't add up. A senator supposed to make two hundred thousand, a year in his network is lake ten million. The NETA Kylie Kardashian was born millionaire. Now she's like twenty something years old. She's a fucking billionaire. That's what happens to rich people. They get rich. More rich. Asked what capitalism is. In it's like people like US normal people. We keep staying not rich and.
"tenth" Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin
"It was similar I mean Alfred Hitchcock May. Birds At. Night Way, way crappy version of hock or the actors were swinging literal coat hangers at. Some digital That, what was I? Going Oh yeah like the audio in the air is chopped up. It's painfully obvious it's just poor editing. Many things makes very shitty movie. Every every camera change every jump cut at an audio cut as well. America's the worst fucking country in the world. Yeah I. DO BELIEVE America Sucks. I was watching. You think they're America's sexpert, still the greatest. Not far from the greatest. Country in the world. Is Too long over commerce. Giving the tailender gotta be the worst country, do then we? We're not. We're not leading INISH statistic. That's good. Here's a thing for you. Before the Department of Education was created, America was number one in education. But then the government took it over fucked it all up. And now we're like twenty six education is one of the worst in America. That's one of the worst things America. Like it's sucks like first of all men. My friend can were talking about this when he was here. If you're if you if your kid in our education system you, you have to literally be born like perfects in order for people to like like your first of all. Second for the teachers to treat you right? Yep should be like ask someone. They like because she did not teach. You don't care. The teachers don't get paid any money, so they don't make A. Why would they care? Incessant why it's like most kids. The education system needs to be way different. What are these? The be is that? You Go. All kids go to the same school up until like fifth grade that point. Depending on what you're interested in you, you go you start going down that path. And not the same path as everybody else is, I feel like every goes down the same path for too long. And kids aren't the same. Everybody's different. So it's like in the schools that I went to. Athletes were always like the everybody's favorite lake. That athletic his always a of the teachers favorites It needs to be like yeah. There's a school for athletes. Were all teachers love the athletes? And then there's a school for like science. NERDS Rog new teachers loved science nerds. Music drama whatever. Basically College needs to start way earlier because. I just feel like you're we stay? We are expected to be all the same all the way until eighteen. The one solution that we could do. Is, let states decided in other type of curriculum. They were because right now. Department of Education has a national ride regular. Curriculum for people in Wyoming and in New York, the same, and it shouldn't be the same. As like. Different parts of the country need different types of things being taught because. I guess for society to. Continue to function. People still need to do the jobs that nobody else wants. I kinda think that. General knowledge needs to be the same everywhere like you learn the same history all across the United States, the alarm, the same math all across the united. States learn the same. Language Arts reading writing all that Shit and save science, but.
"tenth" Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin
"I thought it was good wasn't like. Ecstatic about it. When I listened the tool I almost exclusively listen to the drums. System. As being German before. So great about the drums tool. Ladies recorded. Full length song drums. Reindeer, you can't hear the little mistakes. Of shot or something like that, but I can hear the little differences in the latest standards note there's. Exactly often through exactly there's not. That I. could tell really that was just like with a couple of listen to. I mean it was good. But with the band, like of the expectations are really high. We kinda talked about some similar last week about you. Hold on the content for too long to try to make. It better really doesn't come out that much better that you're hoping to dig. It gets to a point where. The longer you go, the better your thing has to be an any You can't really catch up with that, so it's GonNa. Reach a point where. It has to be so good that you're never gonNA. Make that good. Movies also I just got a copy of. Good copy of once upon a time in Hollywood. I'm about to watch tonight as the new Quentin Tarantino movie. I just got a crappy copier. Jan Sound Blah reboot, which have been dying fucking. See so if I can't find a better copy of it I'm just getting watching Shit Copying. Because it was such a limited release. Just not torrent of it everywhere sucks. have. You ever seen Jason boss right back. Yes, great movie, fucking awesome movie thing. Was that one where? Lake angels or demons or some Dada Dada. Desi laid the only thing I've heard about that. which made WANNA, see? Was He win? Protested Kevin Smith in, so he protested. Dogma. There was like some old religious people as Saturday. We're going to go protest movie coming out and he he. showed up Nevada she was. Acting serious. The cameras I. Support With this movie is saying. You gotTA. You gotTA watch a video or talk easily thing about it to my favorite part of the movie is the disclaimer at the beginning. Because he says he says he gives a disclaimer for religious people who might be offended. He was like this is just a comedy. Even God had a sense of humor. Look at the PLATYPUS. And then he had a second disclaimer is like I would like to apologize to all platypus enthusiasts. That's. fucking movie! Ask You about the. The Newest Star Wars now. The latest teasers ensure watch it any of them. nothing latest snow. The last thing I saw was a preview where. Pop the team was laughing. He's. been first teaser. Dealing one that I've seen. So. There's probably more shit about now. It's called like. What does he call was new schedule in the? Cavalry! The Rising Rises Cutler San Think everyone's opinion. Before this movie comes out has to be judged, Sean. Force Awakens in the last Jedi, I. Like, This movie we held led up to this like. How do you think it's GonNa go? Well what I think honestly is that they've been like on the sly like they hired the. Each move there with the what you need to do when you weren't you write a trilogy. Is You need to have? The events of the first movie figured out any events in the second movie. Any events at the third movie figured out before you even start. Domain probably goes when you do this. Writing on the fly thing you end up doing things that didn't even need to be done. You ended up. Their story, their story parts the revenue that happened like arcand unproved share smoke never needed to. To say that he he kind of came and went grow quickly. There's stupid shit that ends up happening like Ara and I could be wrong once we see the. However, directed this latest movie ninth. Or is. Forever directors latest movie. Their job should've been to go back. As find a way to make everything random that happened. Somehow fit into a storyline makes sense. Because otherwise it's going to seem like a bunch of random shit happened. I don't like the new star, wars, honestly you. Checked out the mandatory. Now heard good things about the I've only seen the first Disney. Yeah I got him I got all the zoo exclusively owner. Besides, yeah terms while yeah, yeah, it's exclusively on Disney plus. It's pretty cool. You can get a free Disney plus trial. For like seven days it's it's by John Savedra. The Guy who made the jungle book remake and the Lion King remake demand learned takes place. Right after the six that the. yet before the force awakens right after they returned to the. So okay technically. After bill dies. vs I don't think he really died there. I don't think that I don't think the There's a lot of should I believe. Like I'm not even sure like who he is or what the situation is. All I know is. What's going on in the two opposites I saw. That's one of the things I needed. This whole podcast I know there's a lot of shit I need to fix. podcast is very much work in progress. It's going to reach a point where it's. Satisfactory. So, now. There's a few problems one of them. Is the Mike issue recording on an iphone right now because I only have one condenser mic and. I know the last couple of episodes. sounded like Shit because that was experimenting with different bikes. Realized that this stick to Iphone Mike? Even my condenser mic microphone I tried to put it in between everybody sound like Shit, but die. Phones seemed sound pretty good so I've never seen the. They probably haven't. It was called the best worst movie ever made. Burr denic now. I think I showed you the John Shannon Review on it was. Alfred Hitchcock Murray..
"tenth" Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin
"This is. From the perspective of Justin. Clint Hudson third. One of the John Risen so generous and music. both like is post hardcore music. We like bands like Chitose. Silverstein Alsina like probably the number, one name and push hardcore music down. Good stuff. Not Too long ago, there was that security guard video that look repulsed against. If, he just didn't understand it. Sub genres is like. Like your average, your average Joe doesn't even know sub. John is I feel like you know. They didn't really exist before making music became readily available. They guitars and stuff super cheap now as anybody can aspire to be, musicians, yeah. It's more available now than ever before in the early two thousands. Their heads there was a lot of emo bands coming out because in the ninety S. was a shitload of emo bands. In the nineties, they were getting really popular like Cap'n jazz so in the early two thousands taking back, Sunday was like super popular, and there was also bans like under oath. It was a Christian Christian metal core band. And, what happened was under oath was they were metal core band in their making leg, really heavy Christian music, or wherever as they were, but they were listening to taking back Sunday on their fourth album. They're only chasing safety they wanted to. They wanted to have their medical style mixed with taking back, Sunday style. It's the first time that are banned. Had that style lodewyk screaming on the verses, singing choruses, and it sounded really good. I mean other bands had like minimal screaming while singing like Thursday? But I think under oath was the first. They're only chasing safety. That was the first album to have that. Exact formula, and then all these other bands kind of came out with that kind of style. attack attack is the same formula incentive with Romans. Via another band wanted to talk about completely unrelated to this genre wherever but system of a down. That's like one of the best bands of all time. This year. They're in their prime time they were. Coming out to. Pretty relevant today like. They do in the. Together, didn't they? Yeah, well the Washington area recently whereas. Guitarist his like gathers a system of a down album. That's finished. That's. Probably the best work we've ever done. He's like A. It! It may never come out. At sex so. Far. Everybody's waiting on them. That tool allows them that came out was good and everything but. I kind of wondered it to be you know better than every anything they've ever done. Because it took so long, it was kind of like. Standard with everything they've ever done.
"tenth" Discussed on The World Next Week
"A huge issue. We've had some controversy this. We could facebook's Mark Zuckerberg comments about this but will these organizations which have put a lot of resources into trying to tamp down the hate speech and the the actual events that are causing violence or that are contributing to it. But I'm not sure that they were yet feeling the pressure to do more. I would love to go and have a talk fuller about social media but I will probably reveal my great ignorance of many of these APPs and how they work. I actually want to pivot and see maybe would for deb as you look back over the last decade. What do you see sort of the big trend the big development? Can we go back to social media. I mean it's been such a huge part of my life mid part of the reason that I know about what's APP telegram and all the other ways that we communicate now is because I've got to keep up with young Arab revolutionaries. I can't find them unless I'm on all those APP so I know them. I think that there is an effort. Certainly I spent two and a half months in Europe this summer and they are much more aware not aware but they are trying to use legislation to change and to protect but what you you end up is every time I want to read an article. I got a big screen that says. Please give me your choices and I look and what those choices are and they are. We will send you personal ads or we you won't. It's it's not it's not working. It is too cumbersome and there's moments y just click and say whatever you WanNa do to find I wanna read that. I don't have this much time so so I don't think we're even close to a solution to what we are going to have to do to make it safe that we still have encryption and that raises a problem because because obviously being encryption is good if you're a good person and you don't want your stuff being looked at but if you're a bad person trying to do bad things. Encryption crypt is a powerful tool to let you accomplish your bad ends. How do you how do you balance that out? Good policing I mean look you know of the things things that criminals us. I think it's a minor thing. Honestly encryption and policing is how most crimes are solved if they are but. I don't think that all of us have to give up a privacy for that reason this and I think certainly the legislation. That's beginning doesn't take that as a bottom line either so w talked about previously where you were ten years ago In in Damascus obviously Syria plays gigantic role in the past decade. But could you talk a little. What about the sweep of the of the Middle East? I don't know Syria these story that you want to focus on or would you. Are there other lessons. We should take in the past ten years in the Middle East. Well at at the moment it is because we are at a pivot moment I mean this is Humpty dumpty the. US President pushed him right over. The Ledge. And I don't think we know yet how that one and we'll come out everybody's racing from Isis to Moscow. What does this mean to me it maiming? At the end of the day that Turkey does have a safe zone on the border. That's what would it looks like that Russia's on the other side I mean this week we've had these amazing scenes that you see the Syrian army. Going up the highway one way and the Americans coming down the highway the other way the Russians moving in from the right isis moving in from the left. I think that is a huge story. I think the second big story is Saudi Arabia and the question is can the ahead of that government. Get Away with murder. That's also a story that hasn't completely played out so those in my mind. Those are the two big ones to watch and Iran and the US has sent forces to Saudi Arabia because of Iran and seen as a threat to the Saudi energy installations so it's an a Saudi Iran story Saudi Iran proxies. The story is. It's all of those things and throw in Syria as well because Syria raises questions. About how reliable are we. The Saudis were discomforted comforted to say the least about what happened in northern Syria and said so publicly. The Iranians have been cheering. What happened and so are because they're involved in in Syria and so have the Russians? So that's a new element to add into. What is what appeared for a while to be a a pretty simple confrontation between the United States in Iran? And now everybody's back and dry you out in there because there's obviously been a lot of commentary law discussion and certainly on the cable news channels about which countries have benefited from the president's decision to withdraw troops. But what I have seen less discussion of is how American interests are hurt because the president would argue that American interests have been advanced spy his taking the troops out. Do you size that discussion up. Well as the Israelis please. I can't imagine that they are very happy about this. Because it gives Iran a stronger foothold in Syria. I have seen the argument. That says if if a shark can take over his country again he has no need for the Iranians and the Russians but Iran has been in serious nineteen seventy-nine. It is unlikely that they will walk out the adore just because things are calmer. And that's not going to happen for. Let's living in Dakota Iowa for San Antonio Texas. What does that matter? How does that translate into American security because an unstable Middle East eventually reverberates? Nine eleven is about the Middle East timidly isis on the ground is about our security and those things are not written in this black and white tableau but there and I think that people in the region that they are there. So let me ask you. We've been in heavily in Middle East from long decade to viscount right sixteen years since the invasion of Iraq. How does that net out for you? What is the United States gain from that? What is it lost? Well the Middle East never works in Nice neat decades the Middle East says of ferry long story and it has been for us for the United States for a long time. I mean it used to be a very simple equation oil Israeli security and now it. It's gotten a little bit more complicated because of the Iranians but I agree with you. It is very hard argument to make for the middle of the country. Because most most people don't know about Kurds and and don't care either but instability people do understand and precipitous foreign policy. Decisions made on twitter is not a good model. Should careful before I get lots of love letters from Decor Iowa in San Antonio Texas I say about Americans generally. It's not just the heartland sort of issue. I think that's fair. I think a lot of people don't know but I think president trump what he did tap into was something as he's done and many other fronts was what he was encountering on his campaign trail. which was this this fatigue with the Middle East absolute exhaustion? And when you look at the numbers in Iraq for example so-called blood and treasure just the US side and let alone what happened to rockies and others in the region it's just staggering. And so I think he still has and he was doubling down on this last night at a rally. You still have these these adherence who just say enough for Americans. We're trying to fix things in a place where they're just going to be each other's throats but you see the Middle East is the Anti Las Vegas what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas. That is not true in the Middle East and and we have seen this again and again and again. And so. That's the drawback to walking away walking away in the way that the walk was done yes there. There is a good argument to be made that we were doing ourselves. No good by staying in Syria. We were essentially a trip wire and you could see what happened. As soon as they plug out pulled all hell broke loose and I had to come in again and say to Mr Ertan. Don't be a fool in that letter that the president sent to him so seem to have much of an impact on president wants decision because he received it before he decided to actually send troops in he has been making that decision from the. I think AH decision in his head was made letter or no letter he was going in and you see what the pressure is on him. He's got two problems he's got in it Lib eventually. Eventually there are millions of people there and they're going to have to go somewhere and there's not any place for them to go except for North into Turkey or is what two million three three million Syrian refugee exactly. And here's the second problem he's had he's just lost. His party lost the election for the mayor of stumbled and Democracy speaking speaking of democracy and this guy was after do over exactly. He tried to see if perhaps he could get a better result but this guy is pretty strong against Syrian refugees. And so his idea is all right. I will just shove them into this space. I want to take in northern Syria. So that's his solution to a ferry acute political problem for him. One final thing to wrap up your mid-east segment which is just Iran. So two thousand nine. If we're getting our KENYIR concede here. Iran had come through a pretty pretty tough people power revolt and ends this decade weathering US sanctions but also as you say taken a little bit of a victory lap on Syria. How do you look at the way? Iran's domestic dynamics playing out so I think they are in a holding pattern and I just saw an Iranian official until recently and I said are you guys waiting for to see what the twenty twenty election's GonNa look like and he said absolutely they will wait that one out because they don't have to make a decision until they know. Are we talking for years. We talk in eight years then we see but for the moment maximum pressure is not working it just makes the region. Why are there American troops in Saudi Arabia because maximum pressure is not working? I want to move over to gym now and see if Jim can sort of take. Take us back ten years and take us through what he sees as a significant development. Maybe that was not foreseen or there. Maybe there was some harbingers. Then Jim happy to do it. I would say looking back to me. The big change over the last decade has been the end of the US China love affair. Was it a little. It was it was a love affair. Let let's go back. Let's go back twice. Let's let's go back ACA decade ago. We were first recording it. A lot of talk in the air about how we were seeing the rise of China Merica or if you prefer. It was Chai -fornia. Ah there was an awful lot of talk about how American Economic Engagement was going to inject American political values into the Chinese system them. Maybe it see China become more open we would see China eventually. Evolve into a responsible stakeholder in the international global order so much so that in a lot of capitals around the world. It was a great fear of the rise of the so-called g two at these two governments Beijing in Washington with essentially dominic..
"tenth" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Government just has overreached in terms of what the statute is supposed to to cover he wrote they are trying to sweep in everything from the tergence under the kitchen sink to the stain remover in the laundry room making it a federal offense to poison goldfish <unk>. I love it when the supreme court justices right that way and he was joined by the majority of the court but interestingly scalia thomas and alito would have held the prosecution acution unconstitutional because they said that the federal government can make treaties but states have to implement those treaties is that the treaty power is limited to the agreements and matters of legitimate international concern but something like this could not be brought into into that treaty because it would be the province of the state and if you just think about the trump administration and everything that has unfolded over the last two years and the fact that we have have a increasingly conservative supreme court you could see a court willing to dial this pretty far in the direction of the limiting federal power yet you know. I think you're absolutely right on that. Though i would like to think that <hes> chief justice roberts would sorta still command <hes> <hes> a majority on corporate what i see as a much more sensible <hes> sensible interpretation of that i think you know the at the time that the court's three most host conservative member sort of took a something of an extremist view on that but of course you know with the court membership changing and a lot of elderly justices that that you're right that that's certainly that certainly could change but i think just as chief justice roberts got it absolutely right on this and that the view of alito for instance was just in thomas. I was just kind of too far out. There still even now for a majority of the justices i hope that's right and i hope that we continue i mean so roberts i think is an interesting interesting and and good justice because he is willing to live in that messing us yeah. That's a messy interpretation it saying look we're not going to get to you the constitutionality whether federal prosecutors could ostensibly bring this case were saying in this case. That's an overreach yeah and i think that just kind of gets back to my overall. Take on the tenth amendment which is it is a mess in it is supposed to be a mess because we need to be able to bring judgment to every issue now the one thing i want to talk about before we wrap up mike and get your take on that gives an awful lot of power to the supreme court yeah yeah and i think that is part of the problem and i think both left and right would in some ways or at least on certain facts agree that the power of the supreme court is a problem. Oh gosh yeah. I think you're absolutely right on that and that's the that's the problem with having this very flexible document is why is that well that means it has to be interpreted and then you have the court these these folks with with lifetime with lifetime tenure essentially who are only very indirectly democratically responsible and and that's a that's a major concern for me. That's for sure. Is there anything else that you think. The average person should should know about the tenth amendment that they might not today that we haven't touched on. I guess one thing i point out more just generally about federalism is one of the great things about it is a number of academics and commentators have mentioned is that it allows for state level experimentation that you really wouldn't have as much of an unitary gary system and so there have been plenty of instances of certain states trying out a policy in other states looking at and saying hey that worked really well from them and we're gonna go ahead and adopt that ourselves in the sayings often fifty little laboratories of democracy essentially and that's i think that's an incredibly valuable the thing both in the positive sense and also in the negative sense where a steak and try something say okay wow we we don't wanna do that. You know i'm thinking maybe for instance like of of kansas which recently a few years ago did this incredibly huge slashing of of taxes and everything just kinda cratered in a lot of other sense of kind of conservative states dates even said well..
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"Point. That's why the court has been so instrumental right. That's where versus wade comes from. The core is analyzing that i think more as an intrusion into individual right than into state rights yeah and i think this comes up around on healthcare too because one of the arguments advanced in some of the many lawsuits over the affordable care act is that the affordable care act itself violates the tenth amendment amendment that this is an improper intrusion of the government over states but interestingly that typically comes up around the individual mandate so there's that tension again of course part of obamacare was overturned by the coordinate not the not the mandate part but the the part that i think a lot of books could argue is actually the most effective part of obamacare and that's the medicaid expansion because as listeners probably would would remember at least astonishingly states were forced to buy into you know accept medicaid expansion at the risk of losing all of their medicaid indicate funds and the the obama administration said what we know. We have the right to do that to withdraw that money and that's where <hes> roberts writing for the court set. I'm no you you don't actually that would be overly overly coercive. <hes> i wanted to mention this really obscure but i think fascinating aspect aspect of tenth amendment why it has come up in supreme court jurisprudence on treaties and criminal law and there is a case bond versus the united states weights which the atlantic described as the second installment of the soap opera carol anne bond so caroline bonds best friend got pregnant with a child fathered by caroline's husband and when she found out caroline who was a trained lab technician created poisons that she she smeared on her best friends doorknobs and car doors and one time she gave the friend a really nasty burn on her thumb she put them on the mailbox and that is where things got messy for caroline in terms of federal prosecution because her mailbox of course is protected as as part of the postal system and postal inspectors posted security cameras and caught her on video and federal prosecutors said this was a very serious reassigned scary case because she had stolen four pounds of potassium dyke roommate from her workplace so they charged her with theft of the male l. and a violation of the chemical weapons convention implementation act of nineteen ninety eight while so chief justice roberts as this is his way avoided the tenth amendment question here and said the.
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"Point. You made earlier that that kind of intermingling of federal and state laws odds. I mean we have this extensive. You know federally protected banking system that really wasn't a thing back back back in the day and that just is create all kinds of problems when you have these overlapping and contradictory laws which makes it so difficult for cannabis growers and businesses in states where it's legal to actually access for instance the banking system and i think the idea of federally regulated banking system would be so abhorrent to the people who who founded this country but they couldn't have imagined that the next step. It's not really about in the united states should states or the federal government be be overseeing finance and financial services. It's more like how do we participate in a global financial system yeah right and so oh. I think that's where a lot attention is around. What federalism means as we have increasingly shrunk the world. It's it's not interstate commerce anymore more. It's global commerce yeah absolutely that's a great point and so there are obviously a lot of folks who essentially treat the constitution as the holy writ and that well you know we it's important. It's critical that we never deviate from the intent of the framers and i would argue that actually that that that goes against the intent of the framers themselves they were they were smart guys and they understood that things change and so therefore we need to change along along along with them and yet it seems that we don't really that mean that's hard work to do. You know it's it's certainly hard to to amend the constitution but there's a process i therefore reason and i think you know in in terms of the federalism debate. You can make a really good case that because the economy has changed so much that we maybe need to look to our constitution say well. Has it kept track with this. Would it be better to actually amend documents opposed to sort of engaging in some sort of tortured understanding of what interstate commerce means so that we can do all these other things that we want to do. I think the really difficult part about that is that the wisdom system in our constitution is how flexible it is in many ways and i don't know how you write an amendment meant that gets to the question of interstate commerce that provides some some additional clarity but also needed flexibility given that we can't imagine what the economy will be like. You know fifty one hundred years from now. It's definitely tough especially and this is where well i think in a lot of cases it's pretty clear that congress congress has used it's it's a sensibly commerce power to regulate things that they weren't really primarily about commerce it just kind of using away to sneak in and social and other kinds of legislation and some instances we might think that's a really good thing like an issue of civil rights legislation and so forth but you know it and back in the day a number of conservatives oppose that not because they were against civil rights because they felt it was a perversion of the framers intended. How do you you write a law that gives congress certain powers to legislate on social issues but not through the commerce power and that that becomes as you point out no really kind kind of a tricky thing to do and i think that's where it's interesting that the tenth amendment has principally been about states instead of individuals because it seems to me that as you're analyzing using what power the federal government has over things like social issues. You almost have to reach the individual right at some point..
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"The other thing i wanted to mention his goes to something you you said a a little bit ago and that you talked about some conservative some folks on the right. You know kind of using federalism in a unfortunate way. I guess you know in terms of races accusing. It seems to me that this though in a way is a bipartisan thing is that too many people on both sides so to start from their preferred policy outcome and and then they interpret either a statue of the constitution in a way that they can reach that outcome and you know i. I hate that sort of thing. I mean to me. The constitution is is about stanford processes and it's better for democracy. If we agree on a set understanding don't you sort of pervert these to get our short-term short term policy games and you know liberals do on my side. We do the same thing you know. We love the fact that california can pass all sorts of really liberal laws like stronger stronger auto emission standards for instance but when it comes to something like reproductive rights you know we we say alabama to do their own thing for instant so it it definitely cuts both ways and i think it's because people tended like i said start with their preferred policy outcome and and not really care so much about the process and i think that's a really bad thing and that is so true in the federalism debate why we love federalism when it supports our policy positions and and so i think the modern the applications of the tenth amendment are fascinating in that regard because there are two right now that are really in the public consciousness even though we don't talk about them as his tenth amendment issues but you have interest in the legalization of marijuana what are state's rights vis-a-vis the federal government around drug legalization and do bipartisan efforts to pass laws on this through a specific reference to the tenth amendment so cory gardner republican from colorado auto and elizabeth warren obviously the democrat from massachusetts have co-sponsored strengthening the tenth amendment through entrusting states the states act designed signed to remove federal controls from states legalize marijuana right now if you are in a state where marijuana is legal you have opened a host of economic opportunity for sellers of marijuana and also nightmare in terms of how they can do their banking and their record keeping and their payment federal income taxes and whether they are violating federal law by their very existence this really illustrates saul point..
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"Amendment. We're looking at federalism. I would say that the real issue here isn't so much the tenth amendment but the commerce clause in article one section eight and that and that really when we look at this expansion mansion in in in federal power something and i think you're absolutely right in arguing that its way out of line with what the framers envision that's due almost entirely entirely to the courts changing interpretation of of the commerce power i mean i think probably one of the great examples of this kind of the height of the height of this and and i think you could argue. The height of ridiculousness is <hes> wicker versus. Phil burns is like in one thousand nine hundred forty one. I believe where essentially the argument was that if you're a if you're a farmer growing wheat for your own personal use not selling it or anything like that that that somehow had enough of an effect indirectly indirectly on interstate commerce that congress could regulate that which now alkorta's stepped away from that but that kind of represents the height of you know this is after the the f._d._r. Justices were appointed to the court and kind of in full swing and that sort of thing and and to me when we look at that mismatch between you know the <music> overreaching power of the federal government compared to the states. I think really the commerce clauses what's changed so dramatically and interpretation. I think that's exactly really right on. I think this is a hard one because it would be foolish to argue that commerce itself hasn't changed. I mean the framers yahud not imagine the world world that we live in now and so so i think this is a tough one in terms of policy but i think textually it's just it's silly to argue that where we are is where we were headed when the framers put the constitution together in terms of balance between state and federal power. I totally agree that was an entirely different world and so to me it gets to the point of well. What were the framers trying to do and and to me they were trying to set up a system in which the power of the federal government is fairly limited and based on what they understood about about commerce that time this made sense in interstate commerce power wouldn't infringe too much on state rights but clearly that's changed dramatically and so to me the answer to this is not to try to develop some tortured interpretation of the constitution but to use the amendment process that the framers intended us to use to change the document when times change but that almost seems to be kind of a nonstarter given how difficult it is yeah i mean it is interesting because it is difficult. Well and it should be difficult right. We shouldn't be changing the constitution constantly but i do think that we are in need of clarity because the tenth amendment and i think the the problem around the tenth amendment it almost assumes that there is a really clear line between what belongs to the federal government and what belongs to state governments and that line is so blurred and i think a good example of this is one of the cases in which the court kind of renewed its interest in the tenth amendment in the nineteen nineties these to restore a sense of federalism in new york versus the united states the court held that the tenth amendment prohibited congress from enacting a comprehensive plan and for the disposal of radioactive waste that required states to assume responsibility for disposing that waste within their borders and that to me is an interesting example because the whole concept of radioactive waste and our entire understanding of how waste disposal impacts the country and indeed impacts interstate commerce has changed so dramatically since these documents were written absolutely and i think that's one of the arguments that you'll well here on the left for for saying that well we need to move away from this kind.
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"Podcast host and tenth amendment enthusiast. I hope michael baranovsky. Mike thanks for being with me absolutely my pleasure beth so one thing that i think gives important to start with as we continue. Our series on the constitution is a reminder that the original constitution did not have a bill of rights and that wasn't an oversight. This was a heated debate among the framers because many of the framers were trying so hard to avoid the kind kind of distant intrusive government that they saw from great britain. They thought making a list of rights would be a dangerous exercise. If we list some rights were were not going to list all of them and then are we going to have the government starting to intrude on those rights and we only have a bill of rights because is it was kind of a compromise position to get the constitution ratified states like virginia and massachusetts really wanted to see rights enumerated so the ninth and tenth amendments and the tenth amendment is where we're going to focus our time today were intended to address the concern that the bill of rights i was going to expand power instead of restrict it which i think is kind of an interesting framing mike yeah absolutely i totally agree with that. You know uh-huh and to me. It's you as you. I think you did a really great summary there and that concerned that by listed that of expanding government power and so sort of the ninth and tenth amendments amendments were sort of a counter reaction to that in a way so the tenth amendment specifically says don't infer powers in the national government that weren't explicitly granted in the constitution that really the first question anytime you're saying can the government do this. The question isn't does it that violate someone's right. If the government does it. It's does the government explicitly have this power in the constitution and so the supreme court has previously said the the tenth amendment is just a truism. It doesn't create anything new. It doesn't render anything unconstitutional that would otherwise be constitutional or vice versa. It's it's just reminding us. Hey the federal government's powers are restricted to what's expressly in the constitution but it hasn't always been interpreted that way and mike. I'm just wondering as we kind of dive into this conversation. How much is the tenth amendment. Come up for you in your political studies is an analysis did something certainly that i talk about when i teach and i it comes up a certain amount because even though i think you you can look at it as a a truism tol g as the court has has said there have been instances in which i think you could argue that the supreme court has sort of tried to give the tenth amendment at least a certain amount of a maybe somewhat substantive meaning you know there've there've been a number of <hes> a number of cases. Well not a large number but you know a certain number of cases where the court is basically said that certain things to congress has tried to do our impermissible coercive and they've made sort of reference to the tenth amendment there and so i i don't know that i don't know that i'd agree that. It's entirely without any sort of <hes> you know. Substance certain courts have at least seems to me. Try to put a certain with him on the substance into it and the tenth amendment when we talk about whether it has teeth or not has really only been applied to say that the federal government is being coercive versus as two states it hasn't been invoked to protect individual citizens against the exercise of federal power right and when we think of it as a safeguard as this to the states one could argue and i might argue that we have deviated so far from the enumerated responsibilities federal government in the constitution that the tenth amendment comes back around as sort of an important important reminder and an important tool to try to restore some of the original balanced between federal and state power and that balance really changed with the new deal might can you talk a little bit about the new deal and the impact that you think it had on our understanding of the tenth amendment and federalism overall overall yeah absolutely and i would actually argue that while we tend to focus a lot on the tenth amendment..
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"In 1916 Congress passed the Keating Owen child labour Act which was the first federal child labour law. The law said, if goods were made by a child younger than fourteen or by a child between fourteen and sixteen, who was made to work more than eight hours a day or six days a week, those products couldn't be shipped across state lines. What Congress was trying to do of course was regulate child labour. Regulate child labour specifically by using the Commerce clause in the early 20th century. Tens of thousands of children were employed at canneries textile mills furniture, factories, and other industrial settings. A nineteen 21 report for the Department of Labor found the children, some of them as young as five and six We're working in dangerous and dirty conditions all over the country. The federal child labour law also led to the creation of the child labor division of the US children's bureau. And that division was responsible for making sure that the federal law was administered properly, but their work was short lived. In 1918 just nine months after the law had gone into effect, Supreme Court struck down. The lawsuit have been brought on behalf of Rubin and John Dagon hard by their father. Ronald All three Dagon hearts were employed at the cotton mill of the fidelity manufacturing company in Charlotte, North Carolina. The federal law prevented his sons from working as much as they wanted argued Ronald, and that was an unconstitutional overreach by Congress was rim court sided with the Duggan hearts. Congress was trying to control how goods were produced, and that was really the job of the state's. Not the federal government. Not only did Congress go too far in trying to use its constitutional authority under what's called the Congress power, But in doing so, Congress also violated a different provisions of the constitution. The tenth amendment, The court said, the Congress lacked the ability to quote destroy the local power, always existing and carefully reserved to the. AIDS in the tenth amendment to the constitution, if the child labor law died a quick death, the case striking a down did to the 1941 The Supreme Court decided it had made a mistake about the interpretation of Congressional authority and overturn the 1918 case. But the Supreme Court has not stopped being concerned about how to draw the lines of federalism how much power should be granted to the federal government and how much to the states The court doesn't FIBA tenth amendment today in exactly the same way did in 1918 but it does interpreted as a restraint on Congress was power, and the tenth amendment may be a brake on Trump as well. It turns out that this part of the Constitution, the tenth amendment helps explain the background of why the legal and political fight over sanctuary cities is about federal funding. So what does the Constitution say about federal power, state power? The tenth amendment and sanctuary cities were about to find out And and. An old old. Yeah. Yeah. This is what Trump can teach is about Khan law, an ongoing series of indefinite, Mike, where we take the tweets, an executive orders of the belief that the President of the United States and use them to examine the balance of powers in the Constitution like me, never had before. Our music is from Dumitry records. Our neighbor and professor is Elizabeth Joe in I'm your fellow stooped and host Roman mortars. Oh boy. Oh. Every business needs great people including podcasts on my other show ninety nine percent visible. We just posted job of named for a reporter and producer on Ziprecruiter because we want to reach the right people and we need to widen our job search beyond the people we already personally know in the industry has been remarkable, are all kinds of candidates, and I can look to the mall. But I also pay special attention to the candidate, said, ZipRecruiter has highlighted for me. Recruiter, revolutionized hiring. Technology finds great candidates for you. He learns which are looking for identifying people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job right now. My listeners can try it for free at ziprecruiter.com/ con law. That's ziprecruiter dot com slash con law. Zip Recruiter. The smartest way to hire Troncon law is brought to you by Lambda Legal blamed illegal is America's leading legal defence organisation For LGBT people in everyone living with HIV. Currently, Lander legal is fighting to protect the right of transgender. Well, to serve in the military, their sounding the alarm about extremist judges and their battling religious exemption bills which provide a license to discriminate, to support the fight, Visit land, the legal dot org slush Conlon that's L LA MBD, a legal