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Federal Contractors Are Transporting Illegal Immigrants Across the Country

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 4 hrs ago

Federal Contractors Are Transporting Illegal Immigrants Across the Country

"We have these government contractors working for the feds Who are moving illegal aliens throughout the country including young males who do not have families with them In some of whom have criminal records and some of whom they have no idea what kind of records they have We're paying for them We're paying for their transportation Some of them are being flown to locations Some of them are being bust a location Some of them are being both And apparently in many cases they get to choose where they want to go I am virtually speechless about what's taking place in this country And so we have these government contracts They're at the Westchester airport I remember when I was a young guy Westchester New York was a rock rid Republican area Wasn't it Not any more Said Democrat era And as the former executive there Robert astorino's told us it was targeted was targeted by the bureaucrats the zoning issue about destroying the suburbs really started in Westchester Used as a Guinea pig and all these other things And now the course they're dropping off illegal aliens into Westchester They're doing this all over the country

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The Unvaccinated Are Less Worried Than the Boosted

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:20 min | 7 hrs ago

The Unvaccinated Are Less Worried Than the Boosted

"In The New York Times of all places. How do you like that? Two COVID Americas. The unvaccinated are less worried than the boosted according to a pole. That's this is very important stuff. The scared versus the less or unscared. That's the division in this country. The scared are almost always on the left, leftists are scared of life and scared of death. I said this for years prior to the COVID issue. They're scared of marriage, they're scared of divorce. They're scared of having children, they're scared of global warming. They teach kids to be scared, you're not a white kid, you should be scared of whites. Their profoundly unless happy, scared people can not be happy. Fear is paralyzing. They're paralyzed. New York Times. The unvaccinated are less worried than the boosted.

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Michael Anton: For the Left, There's One Standard for Them and No Standard for Us

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 11 hrs ago

Michael Anton: For the Left, There's One Standard for Them and No Standard for Us

"This woman this doctor Courtney radish who wrote this piece about how Tucker Carlson mentioned the journalist Michael Taylor Lorenz on the air And then mentions one opera in other words trying to link them So that's their rules right I mentioned this about this woman the endeavor Like hey you mentioned Tim pool and his house got swatted And they lose their minds It's like what are the rules What are we not allowed to discuss people Are we inciting violence by addressing them Are we not They can't seem to agree on his common set of rules here Well David do they agree on the comments that are rules They just can't be explicit about what the basis of the continuity is And the common sense is there's one standard for them and there's another standard for us So if they were Lorenz I remember this right She posted or said something inaccurate about something and when it was shown that it was completely scurrilous she didn't she just sort of swatted away the criticism and Tucker Carlson criticize her for that Well that's outrageous and that's inciting violence But remember when somebody The New York Times itself was threatening to publish Tucker Carlson's home address and he had to take that airwaves to say you guys can do this I suppose You shouldn't but I'm going to publish the home address of the reporter and the photographer and all of that And they back down And they're outraged about this They do exactly the same thing It's okay when they do it It's bad when we do it It's a very clear double standard And their double standard is justified in their own minds that we're bad guys in their good guys and because they're good guys they can violate whatever standard they want because it's all in the nature of a just cause but because we're bad guys we can't do the same behavior that they do or even behavior much less intrusive and much less offensive or whatever than they do Without just further confirming our badness

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Michael Anton: If Trump Supporters Were Actually Dangerous, the Deep State Would've Stepped in Already

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 11 hrs ago

Michael Anton: If Trump Supporters Were Actually Dangerous, the Deep State Would've Stepped in Already

"Michael these psychological operations obviously sign up being sure for that They're not unusual They're not in any of the remotely unprecedented It's pretty common actually And you stay in the piece that they really have kind of two functions one of them to be you know that use the Tokyo rose example to demoralize people You know not an uncommon battlefield tactic at all But one of the others I believe you kind of hit that is the gaslight people into believing what their eyes are telling them isn't real In other words the left wants to criminalize dissent They want an open pathway to the finish line They don't want any conservatives getting in their way and challenging them And as you state in the piece the left understands that the American people have this inherent kind of revulsion towards censorship and political targeting So the way around that is by this psychological operation to get them to believe that these hordes of maga supporters right Are arming themselves for this mass Civil War but you bring up a great point If this was happening the FBI would be all over this Where are all these soldiers they're talking about And the media would be all over it I mean think about the media would love the media and the deep state the national security state would love nothing more than to have some real group of people organizing a militia with the explicit intention or implicit intention of overthrowing the United States government because then they could go and round all those people up and have spectacularly publicized trials splash front pages on The New York Times Washington Post Wall to wall coverage on CNN then it would justify what they're talking about It would feed the narrative They don't have any of these people It's not happening So they have to make it up Look they even had to again I trust Julie Kelly and others on this one We still don't really know what happened in the alleged kidnapping case of the governor of Michigan But it seems clear that there were feds all over it and it may be a case of simple entrapment where a bunch of people who have certain misguided political opinions because they could be led down this road but wouldn't have gone down that road had not federal agents come and go to them

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Vaccine mandate to kick in for first wave of health workers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Vaccine mandate to kick in for first wave of health workers

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Sarah Palin v. NYT: Exploring the Line Between Bad Journalism and Libelous Journalism

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Sarah Palin v. NYT: Exploring the Line Between Bad Journalism and Libelous Journalism

"Now let's talk about the Sarah Palin case. The New York Times basically published as something that is downright scarless. A 2017 editorial took a political map that the Sarah Palin pack had put out and said, look at this political map, and they superimposed it on a shooting in which 6 people were killed including an representative Gabriel Giffords was badly wounded. So basically what The New York Times was, I wouldn't say implying was flatly saying is that somehow Sarah Palin was providing the road map to get these people killed. Now in reality, Sarah Palin's kind of political map had nothing to do with the shooting. And The New York Times eventually admitted this and they wrote a correction and they retracted the article, but Sarah Palin's like I don't care. You can retract the article, but you still put it out, lots of people saw the article who may not have seen their retraction, the article was far more prominent than the retraction you harmed me what you said is flatly untrue. And The New York Times was like, this was an accident. And I want to make the point that with the press, these accidents are not accidents. They're not accidents because the ball always falls on the same side of the net. If they were truly accidents, you're in relentless pursuit of the truth. All the news that fit to print, that's The New York Times as motto, then you'd get things wrong, you'd frequently be accidentally saying bad things about Democrats who'd accidentally be saying nice things about Republicans, but you notice that's never the case. They do their best. They were trying very clearly here to pin the tail to pin the mass shooting tail on Sarah Palin, blame her for it. And they failed to do it, and they were caught. And so they're apology, if you will, was not an apology and we were sorry we did it. It was really an apology. We're sorry, you busted us. And we're kind of we're now regret being sued. So, look, it's going to be difficult, I think, this is a case that's being heard in New York. And it's being heard before liberal judge, and I would be shocked. Shocked if therapy would win

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NYC Council Member Joe Borelli: Why the Manhattan Rite Aid Security Guard Made the Right Choice

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 1 d ago

NYC Council Member Joe Borelli: Why the Manhattan Rite Aid Security Guard Made the Right Choice

"The craziest part is not only wrap up when walking by rappaport who's shooting it with taping it with his cell phone camera, but there's a security guard standing there. The guy brushes past the security guard. We keep seeing that over and over again. Why in the heck are they paying these security guards? They're not going to do anything, Joe. Well, that I can't even answer, but I can tell you why the security guard is not doing anything. He's not doing anything because at best he stops this person. The police charge the person with a crime. And a DA like Alvin Bragg just releases him on his own recognizance and doesn't charge him any crime. There's no perfect. Any time you try to stop someone from committing a crime, you're raising the potential of a dangerous situation. That poor security guard did the math realized he'd rather go home to his family rather than watch the Super Bowl next weekend that interfere with this guy who might have a gun might have a weapon might have a knife or something. And frankly, I think he made the right choice. If nothing's going to happen anyway, it needs to be seen why you'd intervene. Finally, we have the business community here in New York actually making a pushback on the mayor on the couch. On people like Alvin Bragg, some of the big business leaders are finally saying, and we're seeing a right age like that close all over New York City just because of this one issue that is constant issue of

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Security Guard in Manhattan Rite Aid Does Nothing to Stop Shoplifting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Security Guard in Manhattan Rite Aid Does Nothing to Stop Shoplifting

"Now you want to know the crazier part than Michael rappaport being surprised that they're shoplifting going on in New York City right in front of everybody. Broad daylight. And you want to know what's even crazier and funnier in a sick way? There's a security guard right there. The shoplifter, the looter walks right by the security guard, who isn't doing anything. He's got a jacket on with the big security on the back of his coat. And he stands there and watches the guy literally brushes right by the security guard. The security guard, what are they paying the security guard for? Just to stand there, why don't we just put mannequins up in stores in New York? I may never go back. I swear, I may never go back. New York is turning into a hellhole. And Democrats are watching it. They're letting it happen.

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NYPD Commissioner Sends Heartfelt Message About Second Officer's Death in Harlem Shooting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

NYPD Commissioner Sends Heartfelt Message About Second Officer's Death in Harlem Shooting

"Yesterday, the New York City police commissioner key shot sewell sent out a beautiful message about the passing of the second NYPD officer who was gunned down while responding to a domestic disturbance call in Harlem, she tweeted wilbert, wilbert Mora is three times a hero for choosing a life of service for sacrificing his life to protect others for giving life even in death through organ donation. Our heads are bowed and our hearts are heavy. It's a great message, I think that speaks for New Yorkers and Americans who have followed the story of these two young officers ambushed and murdered by a monster,

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US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 1 d ago

US, Allies Build Support for Ukraine

"EU, now let's turn to the big news. The U.S. and the EU are close to agreeing on Russian financial sanctions. That's not enough. Emmanuel Macron calls for a deescalation of tensions that he prepares to speak to Vladimir Putin. That's not enough. That's from the telegraph, and The New York Times. Where is Germany and the Ukraine standoff, it's allies wonder. The United States and its NATO allies are moving to bulk up their military commitments in the Baltics and Eastern Europe as the standoff with Russia over Ukraine deepens rights Katherine Bennett. Denmark is sending fighter jets to Lithuania. Frigate to the Baltic Sea, France was offered to send troops to Romania. Spain is sending a frigate to the Black Sea, President Biden is thousands of U.S. troops on high alert. And then there is Germany. In recent date, Germany, Europe's largest richest democracy, strategically situated at the crossroads between eastern yes. West has stood out more for what it will not do than what it is doing. Germany is out. They've just left NATO behind.

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Judge temporarily restores New York's mask mandate

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Judge temporarily restores New York's mask mandate

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As Fed meets, investor angst over rate hikes spooks markets

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

As Fed meets, investor angst over rate hikes spooks markets

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As Fed meets, investor angst over rate hikes spooks markets

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

As Fed meets, investor angst over rate hikes spooks markets

"Volatility volatility volatility volatility continues continues continues continues in in in in the the the the stock stock stock stock market market market market as as as as investors investors investors investors await await await await an an an an update update update update today today today today on on on on how how how how aggressively aggressively aggressively aggressively the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve will will will will tackle tackle tackle tackle inflation inflation inflation inflation after after after after the the the the fed fed fed fed meeting meeting meeting meeting today today today today the the the the central central central central bank bank bank bank is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to signal signal signal signal it it it it will will will will raise raise raise raise interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates in in in in March March March March in in in in a a a a sharp sharp sharp sharp reversal reversal reversal reversal from from from from the the the the ultra ultra ultra ultra low low low low rate rate rate rate policies policies policies policies imposed imposed imposed imposed after after after after the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic recession recession recession recession to to to to further further further further tighten tighten tighten tighten credit credit credit credit the the the the fed fed fed fed also also also also plans plans plans plans to to to to end end end end its its its its monthly monthly monthly monthly bond bond bond bond purchases purchases purchases purchases in in in in March March March March and and and and later later later later this this this this year year year year it it it it may may may may start start start start reducing reducing reducing reducing its its its its huge huge huge huge stockpile stockpile stockpile stockpile of of of of treasury treasury treasury treasury and and and and mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage bonds bonds bonds bonds plus plus plus plus investors investors investors investors fear fear fear fear there there there there could could could could be be be be more more more more Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker New New New New York York York York

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James has 33, Lakers beat Nets 106-96 in Davis' return

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

James has 33, Lakers beat Nets 106-96 in Davis' return

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The Vaccine, Mask Mandates House of Cards Is Falling

The Larry Elder Show

01:32 min | 2 d ago

The Vaccine, Mask Mandates House of Cards Is Falling

"Let me just read you a few headlines, shall we? This is from world net daily. Government data referring to the Scottish government, government data show that free less likely to get COVID. First paragraph, data released by the Scottish government show people who have been vaccinated with two or three doses of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are more likely to become infected. Be hospitalized or die than people who are unvaccinated. This is from Reuters, headline. Dana study, Danish study finds face masks provide limited protection to wearer. This from Bloomberg. UK study fails to prove masks work in schools. New York magazine liberal, the science of masking kids at school remains uncertain. CBS, channel 42, this is in Alabama. Health experts warrant to stop wearing cloth masks. And New York Supreme Court judge has struck down, stricken down has stricken down. Yeah, I think it's right. Has stricken down. Democrat government mask mandate. Don't send me any emails telling me that I use bad grammar. And a whole bunch of parents, students in schools in Illinois have found lawsuits against the mask mandate. This is what's going

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NYC Councilwoman Says She Was Told Don't Tweet About Cops

The Larry Elder Show

01:10 min | 2 d ago

NYC Councilwoman Says She Was Told Don't Tweet About Cops

"As I mentioned, the second NYPD officer who was shot on that domestic violence call in Harlem has now died. A council woman in New York named Christian Richardson Jordan after the shooting, she tweeted two hours later about a concerned over a neighborhood community garden being shut down. Didn't tweet one word about the officers being shot. After she was hammered on social media for her tweet, she then said this and I'm quoting. I have been asked not to tweet about it referring to the shooting. At this time, but I will definitely address it quote. Who asked you not to tweet about it? Who told you not to say anything about it? Now this is the same woman who as I said yesterday had absolutely no problem tweeting about how honory the police are. Here's what she said back in June of last year and I'm quoting she tweeted always remember that the police and prison systems were created to preserve slavery. I kid you not. To break the chains, we must fight for total abolition.

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Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

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New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 2 d ago

New York Judge Strikes Down State's Mask Mandate

"Schools told to keep masks after judge overturns mandate. Yeah, they just do whatever they want. They don't care what judges have to say. They don't care if presidents have to say, we're the ones that follow their stupid rules. They don't even follow the correct rules. New York State education officials told school administrators to continue enforcing the state's mask mandate for students and teachers Tuesday, despite a judge ruling overturning it, causing confusion is some districts rushed to make masks optional. The education department said the state has filed notice that it would appeal Monday's ruling by a judge. Quote, while these legal steps occur, it is the New York State's educational department's position that schools should continue to follow the mass rule, even though the judge has said it's unconstitutional it can't be enforced. They're still going to have mask mandates in schools. We've been experiencing this for quite some time, Republicans are so slow to the game and quite honestly behind the ball. They have not cared what judges say for a long time. They built sanctuary cities in New York and Boston in Portland and San Francisco and Chicago. In open defiance to federal immigration law, despite what judges were saying, they have always looked at the courts as a means to the end, but never, as an interruption to their actual aims or ambitions. Now the story is this is that a New York judge has officially struck down the mask mandate and the appeal hearing is possibly this afternoon. Now, in New York, they have this is NBC New York dot com. They say there's a massive COVID surge and it's too bad for the people of New York. My heart goes out for you. You just have a leadership class that doesn't believe in treatments. So just kind of leaving you out to die. I wish that wasn't the case. New York judge ruled Monday that the state mask mandate can not be enforced after it was reinstituted reinstituted by governor Kathy hochul over concerns about a winter surge of coronavirus cases. The attorney general's office immediately filed an intent to appeal, but acknowledged Tuesday morning that the mandate was for now not in place until a hearing could be held.

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"the new york" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:54 min | 4 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on The Daily

"Level are engaging in that same thing exactly and that's one of the things that makes this so fascinating to watch remember in new york senior senator. Whose seat is not at stake. Your but it's involved in. This process is chuck schumer. Who's the majority leader of the senate who's leading the push for that bill that i spent so much time covering in my old job and you know the same day that this process was getting underway in new york. Schumer was down in. Dc partisans across the country are sharpening their knives for coming spayed vicious gerrymandering which further threatens to divide our politics talking about how horrible gerrymandering is and how we need to get rid of it on the national level n partisan gerrymandering. Stop the stored until you have this real kind of dissonance between democrats stated values and what they're doing in states like new york and some others across the country. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I yield the floor. But you know when i talked to democrats the are perfectly aware of the policy and basically say they're willing to live with it because they don't want their values to get in the way of what they see is at stake here and got to remember. It's huge the the twenty twenty. Two midterms will determine who is in control of congress and gerrymandering laying down kind of lines on the playing field is going to go a long way in determining that outcome..

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"the new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"Chicago's gonna do all it can to take over from new york. It never managed to do it. And in the early nineteenth century new orleans trying to take over from new york and it really never managed to do it either. New york still remain new york one of the ways in which in the nineteenth century and particularly beginning in the eighteen thirties and continuing on that new york really asserts its presence and its influence has to do with the press has to do the power of the new york press. At that time aching thirties eighteen forties eighteen fifties. You have a lot of technological changes that are making it easier. For the new york city press to be influencing spreading. Its influence ever faster than before and more broadly than before. So you have steam powered printing presses and then you have rotary printing presses and you have the rise of the railroad and you have the bribes of the telegraph and you have innovations in papermaking and you put all this together and it means that the new york press can really play a major influence. The there are newspapers key. Newspapers in new york which very aggressively assert themselves as the main national papers for the united states and they take on the task of kind of telling the stories that they think are important to tell a lot of these. Start out with the tradition of the penny press in the in the mid thirties which basically is of as it sounds. These are newspapers that are inexpensive. They have flashy headlines they have reporting of splashy stories are a little bit sensationalist chrissy. You're calling it splashy. But it's like salacious. Basically i was gonna say your you had a smile on your face. That was moving away from splashy towards something of a man read them. The families did not read them. This is true. They were not family family papers. And that's going to matter because we're going to get family papers and that's really dramatically gonna change american politics absolutely absolutely and it has a huge impact on american politics particularly national politics because one of the traditions that happens pretty quickly.

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"the new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

04:20 min | 4 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"Philadelphia was initially very important. Boston richmond charleston south carolina. There were certain key cities that from a very early point were important but new york always had a distinctive kind of a role in part. Because you think about places like virginia and the chesapeake and they were places that were deliberately designed around companies around the idea of extracting resources and sort of rooted in mercantilism in the idea of pulling resources out of a colonial port and bring her out of a colonial area and bring them back to the mother country and then of course you have new england which is focused on religion and on establishing control over society through religion and then you have new amsterdam which is settled by the dutch and that ends up having a really different economy in really different idea about what creates wealth for the mother country. If you will and that's trade. And because they're not trying to impose necessarily an extractive economy on that region of the country and they're not trying to impose a religion on that part of the country there is simply welcoming people who are willing to trade. There's an argument to be made that that idea of sort of a multicultural tradings center is what created the heart of america's more successful impulses toward multiculturalism. And and also if you think about it. And i'm sure we're gonna come back to this today. But if trade is at the heart of really what made new york send out a very early point. That certainly will be the case for new york forever after and in some ways. That really is something. That's very typical of the engine. The fuel that makes america go particularly in new york finance capitalism money trade and part of that of course is that the dutch with their trading port there at new amsterdam. In on what is now manhattan. Which has this real mix of people coming in from all over. They may end up trying to ward off the english. And this is one of my favorite stories about colonial manhattan. Because this is how we actually get. The wall on which wall street is built and the wall was actually constructed by the dutch to keep out the english and they put a street along it on the inside or a road along on the inside and this is actually the origin for wall street. There really was a wall and it was actually an attempt of the dutch. Keep the british out so new york has phenomenal port..

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"the new york" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

07:20 min | 4 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"And the giants fans now one thing is they could easily still win the division the nfc. I don't believe in any of these teams including the eagles including the cowboys not yet. But how about this j try this. If they continue this way right now they have currently the number one and number three overall picks in this draft. Obviously they're the only team that's owen to with week to underway. They also own the bears first round pick from the justin fields trade and right now. The bears have picked. Third of the season ended today by the way. That's matt bishop. Who came up with that or director. thank you matt. Long way to go but that at some point is going to be good news. Sound like a suffering giant fan. You ain lion the bad news for the giants kenny. Golladay only had three catches for thirty eight yards and was seen yelling in daniel jones direction near the bench in the closing minutes of the game. Here is danny dimes. Downplaying the disagreement. You know he was frustrated. The situation i don't really think it was To me Or anyone in particular. So i think You know we're all good and love kenny. I thought he played hard and A lot of good things out there. Yeah coach speak from the quarterback. I've had a few of those. I had a few of those yelling moments in my day. But it certainly was not quarterback taking care of you like daddy. Dive says well you know. It wasn't toward anybody. Know it was. It was somebody who came to office coordinator or the quarterback got it torrent. Somebody look the quarterback. Takes care of you ok as a team man. Not but you gotta get hoping yeah. You gotta get oakland muslim. But there's so many flare-ups happened throughout the course of a game. Man like for me as an athlete. He will come out. I'm fine. he can't win. I wanna win to. And i don't take that stuff personally. You're in battle sometimes thinking here. I don't care about that though. Max you watch sports enough to know you screaming yellow people because at the end of the day you trying to help your team win and if you think you give them the best chance to win one thousand years on do you need to do. There's no question about it. I think everyone's like that. I think some dudes are and some dudes are just driven by their own personal stuff. Yeah but i would argue against that or communicate against that say that convert it seems as though is self but it's not you because if you're drafting me and i'm playing for you and you me money but you're not utilizing me. You are going to think. I'm a bomb meaning of fan and you're going to be like man do if i'm not doing my job the problem with gala days they targeted you eight times every ball when over your head and every ball wouldn't in the dirt i watched you get strapped several routes. You've got to separate now. I'm going to agree against that key. I'm going to agree on this show against that with with this. I think it's hard for you to understand because you had a reputation of being selfish at times and having an ego but in fact i got an ego but look but you were. You're a team player and you were willing to do things. Bill parcells on the show yesterday. The dirty work. Whatever it took you do but not everybody is like that. And i think it's hard for you to identify with a player who might be more like that and the question for me about golladay. If he's yelling adjacent garrett's direction. I'm okay with that. It's going to happen. The reason the reason. I'm covered the way i'm covered strapped as you say is because xyz but if he's directing that tour daniel jones because daniel jones nothing wrong with what he was doing yesterday. If he's directing that toward daniel jones when he's got a got was the big free agent. Acquisition and daniel jones was was danny dimes yesterday. Then i got a problem. Well he's got to get open if he's open and he feels like he's open and he's not getting the ball then you gotta communicate which quarter but he won open. Was he several times. He wasn't now he might have been opened on other stuff that i didn't see but a couple of times he ran some rowson like man they just pay for that sterling. Shepherd has no problem running routes now kenny. Golladay to me when you pay him that type of money and he's supposed to be a high price free agent you bring in to be your number one guy eight targets in three. No some some may right. That's what exactly it feels like though right like if you dig strapped up. If you don't feel like you're making a place you should make like. That's your way of unleashing like this. You're unleashing don't directed at tacoma saying you know mexico this right. I never got on my quarterback. Come out always got on the coordinators. All i'm going to say is. There are a lot of times as a point guard that things shouldn't have been directed towards me but i get the ball in my hands so i'm the easier part that is the league is all right. Fine go get where it is in the figure it out. That's good insight. It's going to happen with territory. Whatever i yelled at. The quarterback quarterback was making an excuse. Not because he wasn't trying to give me the ball. Whenever i had an issue took issue with not getting the ball. I took issue with the coordinators. Because i knew the plays that was designed the res for one two to three when you put me in the third spot. He ain't getting over there to me. Why am i not once by that. That's the only time that you take issue. And then mostly was with the coordinators at hair coach. That's but it just looks from that video like directing it daniel jones. Let's take some calls on the giants guys before chris. Canty joins us in virginia beach. Wrong with keyshawn. J. will amax. Hey hey good morning guys. Free take the call waiting for a long time. Sorry about your no problem. No problem i just wanna bring this point up two points and i'm out of here. I point near what won. The game lost the game last night. I'm a military guy retire. Cw four cheap. One officer navy. I got about on the service cruises. Nope thank you. Thank you for thanking me. I take him out on cruise. And i always tell them. This plane breaks down in the air. The pilot can't pull over on rolling. Change the tire. So i always tell them focused and disciplined. Those are two things last night's game to me with a focus in a discipline game the teen to focus at the last second one the game. Now we've been talking about something totally different today if you would wouldn't have got all sides Miss that i feel go so that goes back to the you. Call that on the coast. You call it on the player to do you call on an ownership. It goes down to a little bit of all three. You know the drills may be needs to be a little tight like he say. I played football in high school. And yeah right after practice. We used to run them saying drills. I'm to the point to where we got in fight. When god didn't did outside. We had to go back ten fifteen yard even basketball the same sprint. When you didn't touch the line to go back and do it again. So that's why. I want to go with that. We're heineke I watched the play ball down here but then you beat because he played it. Oh did you. We can win with him but he can't be a gunslinger like years. The defensive got stop them on third down. I'll be going to be killed again. you know. Washington gotta play football four phases death special teams offense defense and and put you know that you know the case..

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"the new york" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"It like pulling up surprised. They were that vigo got above the title on a perfect murder. He was a thing. Yeah and this thing. I had to sort of like i. I don't think i wrote this. But i was drafted this in my head and decide to close my computer instead. Smart always smart idea. It's a a method of Self care i've been practicing a lot lately pretty you thank you There is the thing that happens. Sometimes hollywood's like we're putting this guy above the title. Not because he's been a lead yet not because he's proven but we're so confident. This guy's a movie stars. Were they asked. he's so hot he's so good like it's gotta happen right. We'll just put him there. And everyone will say i guess that belongs. He should be the and then he sort of just like he was like no. I wanna do my poetry and photography actively avoid it and to lord of the rings a movie he got hired onto like five days filming starter and then everyone was like great you're vigo mortenson now and he's like no thank you pass double dog owners like absolutely not. Yeah anyway penis great pain. I don't remember it. It's it's it's got its good. Don't don't well. In the eastern promises seen obviously. He's you know crumbling with some some thailand. Right flip it's a lot of flapping. Yeah yeah all right anyway. This of course has been our episode on escape from new york beginning ending with extended peanut conversations. We really took it full circle. We really did. I don't know. I was going to try on there. But i don't know i was circle. I couldn't figure it out terron. Is there anything or want to plug. I don't think so. You can follow me on twitter at karen on I'm trying to think about what. Karen karen's boys you watched. The video will be coming out. How you're putting so much pressure me okay. We'll sorry twenty. Okay thank you yeah. I don't know their stuff that i'm working on it but i don't know if i'm allowed to talk about it so i'll just say go. Follow me on twitter. I will probably talk about it. They're keep your eyes peeled. And i thought i'd just had now. I don't know if this bleak. But you could make the next k b video in in memoriam 'cause we're realizing how many we've lost the last three years and that might be a way to change the format. I feel like i have to do well. This has been a question to where it's like. I did two years in a row. And here's the song boys both times. Do i keep using the same song. I don't think i'm allowed to use that. As an in memoriam the town is can live with. Here's my question. I want to do like a sad piano cover. Yeah interesting bright. Is this disrespect. No it's the opposite you're paying the utmost respect. Okay right because it's like you were so hot when you were alive right. I'm in now. We miss you so much to think about some of the oscars and they'll be like yeah. We'll be played this instead of our in memoriam which makes everyone angry every year. Yeah didn't they do something weird this year. It was just so fast gets so many. Jesus it was. It was on a flight of the bumblebee wonders.

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"the new york" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

"Nor vpn dot com slash intelligence. Welcome back to intelligence squared us. I'm your host john donvan. Let's return to our discussion. Thank you for that wrap up. Frank says no. You've now heard the first opening remarks. Then let's move onto the screen next arguing for the resolution of the new york. Times has lost its way among yasha screen is yours. Thanks so much. I'm really looking forward to this debate. And a couple of important things in which we agree. We all agree the new york times as one of the most important institutions in the united states. We all want the new york times to succeed. We also all agree. That new york times is not donald. Trump would put it the failing new of times. The idea that the paper is in financial trouble. Ovitz about to go bankrupt. Fed is about to fail in. That kind of way is really raw. My interest in this between need a newspaper of record. She's luffing your times It's we need an institution. Envy nited states that people from different hats of a political spectrum can look to recognize even if it is beautiful often that it represents the truth that it represents reality in a way that vein can trust and the thing. I'm worried about a central three main changes times implemented over the last year's detract from its standing as the newspaper of record. The i is a very clear narrowing opinion envy up and you didn't have to take my impression as read on that. You can take what that columnists within the new york. Times are saying when he talked Multiple figures within at world f told me over the last years that even quite uncontroversial criticisms of progressive orthodoxy chand by the editors assad things that you simply cannot same time even if ninety percent of a population in america might agree with them. One example of this is very hard within the new york times. Criticize the idea of defending the police and yet we have seen just now in the mail race in new york city that the top candidates chosen by people of color in a progressive city in the united states. Very much in disagreement with that. Slow the second thing i worry about. Is that this is not on just about your opinion pages. It is also a bad news coverage yet increasing seeing an attempt to get away from the old form of the tippety which could be devolve into two ciders abba. Climate change should get scientists who believes in climate change. One denies it. Good when visit consensus. Which would be reflected in the pages of terms the new moral clarity as journalists. Hold it often goes in the opposite direction. The news pages of coming away of managing benard of trying to make clear a which side is right even when that side is making a mistake so the question about future of new york times is not whether it will succeed financially. I'm confident that it will. It's about the role that it's likely to play in american and as has argued at the moment in your times is running after its subscriber base tries to maximize the revenue dollars from the people who most agree with the world of new york times. It is entrusted turning into an american version of guiding stokes. Piece full the most progressive voices in the country. What we need is to preserve the road of the newspaper of record that can actually be a basis of reality for automatic. That is what your time. Losing that is wi fi but is losing. Its thank you again. Our final opening statement will be against the resolution. It comes from virginia heffernan. Virginia your moment. So i started writing for the new york times almost exactly twenty years ago and i was on staff for eight of those years. i should say about the liberal elite according to pew center last year the numbers are very different from what baccio adjust represented to us thirty eight percent of the times readers earn more than seventy five thousand dollars a year but twenty five percent earn between thirty and seventy five thousand dollars and twenty six percent have a household income under thirty thousand dollars in the midst of this debate. I wanna tell you about. Just one article. The obituary of mary. Tyler moore not exactly world's historical piece in two thousand six when moore was still alive..

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"the new york" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

07:43 min | 7 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"So. I came to the times last year. And i came at large part because of how excited i am but the mission and how important i see the journalism and our goals are seeking truth. Help people understand a little. That's just exciting. To and times. Obviously well known hundred. Thirty pulitzers seven point eight million subscribers and we're currently at a point where we have about seventy six million readers. Tweet coup visit our site to conceive reader content. But we've got bigger ambitions than that. We have an addressable market over one hundred million curious people worldwide who we believe are willing to pay for the type of english language journalism that the times produce and we're very confident in our ability to penetrate a large portion of that market. So that's scaling. That's massive scaling. We need to be able to scale to be able to succeed to meet our goals meeting. Our goal has required a lot of transformation over the years obviously founded in eighteen fifty one. We started print only company. We went online and get the online site. And then we had to really transition to a digital. I were focused on digital as a way to scale impact and bringing new readership and that got us the first step of the way but we realized we needed a more sustainable business model and we moved to a subscription for a model weekly we have content worth paying for and that we could run a subscription based business and deliver content to those who are willing to pay and get the funding. We need to continue to deliver fabulous content. It's really important just to be able to keep doing as we move forward. We need to move beyond just the core new subscription and into news and news adjacent content. So think about some of the things you've already seen from the times cooking or games or wire cutter reviews these are things that are adjacent hap- similarity to news and what we're doing already but may it a different audience or may have different appeal to relationships. Were investing in our products to drive this growth and to drive this forward. We need create products happens to that great products but we also have to invest ambitiously in platforms. If we're going to be able to scale and actually deliver against all of these different products in all of this type of growth were talking about we believe if done right platforms are what can enable the times to move faster and exponentially propel growth. We want to be able to move fast. Won't be able to experiment. We want to be able to try to be able to spin things up and down quickly in no if they work all of that and to do that we need the right things in place that allow us to Handle that quickly and easily. So let's talk a little bit about what defines platform product and what's different about product management in the platform space from what you normally think of most people when they think of product management start with zero to one product management or growth or engagement or these other areas that are about developing a product and bringing to an end jews. And that's amazing. And i'm so impressed with the work that the product managers in all of those spaces do on a day-to-day basis in the new york times. That said there's there's other areas that really need to work for for those products and doing successful so products really view them as serving in customers or in our case readers to solve a common need or common set of needs. So they're really what you see at the end of the day. What the company known for out there publicly but in order to get those things out there we need to serve our internal users and shit value provide value to our international users so they can Value to the end users in a fast and cost effective man platforms good platforms. Transform with the journalists are able to products and business able to deliver by enabling faster delivery and by allowing for much more iteration with much less cross organization coordination. It shouldn't require lots of back and forth between different organizations to be able to move things forward one of the other things that's really unique about inter about platform product management is. You're not focused on the end users. You're focused on what i call the middle users. The product delivery peons the engineers. The people who are doing that delivery work. they're important. They're the people who need you need to understand who you have to really have a sense of who's use cases you have to meet but that isn't it that isn't sufficient when you're working in platform platform pm's have to also anticipate company will evolve to meet and user needs and use this deprioritize platform investments. This is really important if the platform teams bill things that aren't relevant or useful to the the middle users. The people who are building systems. Ben they will get used won't move forward likewise if they build things that don't enable those middle users to meet their goals for the end users. They still won't get used even if they're solid in and of themselves so platform teams When pm's really have to work on user empathy and really have to think through how they're going to show that how you're going to do a two tiered discovery process that allows them to understand both those middle users need to deliver but what the end users actually need when they consume the product. So you're able to move in the right direction. If a platform succeeds the company can be nimble and the company can deliver net new value to its end users without incurring significant costs. And this is big. This is really the promise I'll talk very very briefly. One of the things we're working on building out is an identity platform across different systems. Tools etc are different products over the years as teams built and create a new products. They often needed identity systems. And don't they're out. It was the fastest most effective way to get things out the door. They had things need to deliver and it was important. And there wasn't clarity around anything else. So we've got lots of different systems. What we're doing now is trying to build a holistic against the platform that allows us to connect across all of our different products and allows all of our different products to go on top of it. This allows us to have a much better understanding of our relationship with with our readers and it also allows our our middle users are are developers. Do not have to continually reinvent. The wheel gives us flexibility. it enables detoro. it enables so many different things but we need to have a platform that everybody else can build on top of to be really successful with the rest of it. So let's talk about platform as internal product at the new york times and why the times investing we face common.

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"the new york" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:38 min | 8 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Privacy policy to excellent so. Have you ever taken a bunch of kids to the ice cream store and ask them. What their favorite ice cream. Is i promise you every single one of those kids will not just tell you. They're big favourite. They'll tell you your second. Favorite third favorite therefore favorites susan learner might be the biggest fan of ranked choice voting in new york city so everybody ranks naturally the only thing that is throwing people off as they don't think about ranking in the context of elections when people actually sees the ballot which is straightforward. There's an aha moment. Oh i get it. Yeah no problem. She's the executive director of common cause new york and helped this ranked choice thing happen. We did exit polling. There was four special elections in new york city to in queens in february to in the bronx in march we did exit. Polling ninety. Five percent of the people told us that the ballot was straightforward. And i can see that argument. I mean i appreciate the analogy. Because i believe it's applicable in some situations. If you showed me for presidential candidates. I've spent you know twenty four months with my rankings. But just in the last dc election. I was trying to figure out who these city council members were in these at large candidates and it was nearly impossible. I pitied anyone. Who didn't have as much time as i did to do it. Is it safe to assume that. That new yorkers haven't done a ton of research on the third and fourth and fifth favourite candidate well. Here's the thing shot in dc. There's no incentive for candidate who doesn't think that you're likely to vote for them there you're not part of their base to spend any time reaching out talking to you with ranked choice. Voting candidates have to behave differently. Even though you might have another candidate as your first choice you may not be part of the base of voters that the candidate would have relied on in a traditional first-past-the-post brace now the candidates spend more time reaching out to voters in providing that information in a ranked voting election. I suppose ranked choice. Voting is in the spotlight. A little bit right now because of the new york mayoral election. How popular is it. Outside of new york in this country we are seeing increasing numbers of cities and states. Who are picking up ranked choice voting. Hi guys as fen lawrence over the past year. I have been working with both conservatives. And progressives on nonpartisan initiatives that help make government work better for all americans main was the first state to use ranked choice voting. The people of maine approved ranked choice voting in two thousand sixteen a simple fair commonsense system voting. But last year in november alaska's voters decided to vote in rank choice voting and it's on the ballot under the number of additional cities across the country. Let's talk about timing for a second. I know early voting starts this weekend. It all wraps up by like june twenty second or something like that. But then i heard there was like a worst case scenario. That results won't be in by mid july. I is is that because of ranked choice voting. Guess what sean tell me. That's not because of ranked choice voting. Oh that is because of the very generous rules which new york state has for providing grace periods and curing periods for absentee ballots. and as. We have more absentee ballots. It takes longer to get them in to be sure that the voter is eligible and to give the voter a chance to correct their mistakes. If there are mistakes it takes us longer to explain how ranked choice voting works than it does for the computer. To calculate the rounds. That is a perfect transition to what i wanna do next with you because we earlier today ran our own ranked choice voting election on a computer and got the results very quickly. And and with your help. I want to throw this election. Explain ranked choice voting. So here's the deal. Our staff and friends of our staff voted for their favourite coney island summer snacks perfect new york story. And i actually don't know the winner. But but i imagine you have the candidates in front of you. I do boardwalk pizza. Always been the for you every day in the pandemic. It's pizza a little pepperoni little cecilie. Ns jones a famous rain. The ninety nine cent you want it you got it well with right around the corner. Your vote for pizza slice in new york. I'm paying i'm blue lobster roll. You don't want to show just like i don't want to crack your skull over make on the perfect summer july ice cream. The hot humid day. You send it on the beach you down. but me. And nathan's hotdogs new york. You gotta come out. And you're gonna vote hotdogs number one number two three four and five as well we got. We got a relish. This moment we got to catch up. We're coming out of the pandemic. i love you. New york.

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"the new york" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"the new york" Discussed on Today, Explained

"In a moment we're going to hear from big ranked choice voting.

"the new york" Discussed on Marketing Scoop Podcast

Marketing Scoop Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"the new york" Discussed on Marketing Scoop Podcast

"To get people to adopt a completely new technology and so. So that was what was appealing about me and now I'd love to talk a little bit more about your case study. especially most are than ever before we're living. In Times of uncertainty saw brand strategy is so crucial and a solid brand strategy at that making show marketing is purposeful. Sorry, it'd be really awesome if you could share how you did. Bring this brand strategy to live with mocking and also the importance of developing a certain brand strategy that does the whole organization as you did at the Times. So I'd love to know first of all. Why is it critical to establish a strategic brand foundation for any kind of organization that you cannot? You have so I think it's really all about the things that you want your customers in your audience to understand about your company, and then I also think in today's Day and age. You need people to understand what you stand for as a company. Right the things that you value I think we've seen that become a lot more important probably in the last decade than it used to be right, not a lot of consumers used to be super invested. Invested in the values in the background of the companies that they were buying were, but we've seen that change pretty drastically in the last decade I think particularly with sort of the millennial and Gen Z. Generations, and so a strong brand strategy with values and principles that define your organization define what differentiates it define what you stand for. Would that really helps you do is once you have that permeating the organization that helps you communicate a consistent message. Message to the people that you're trying to reach and consistency in your message ultimately equals clarity in who you are, and what you stand for, and whether or not your customers are going to be willing to invest and buy into your brand, and so that's why I think it's really important to set a foundation across particularly the parts of your company are communicating to your audience every day within your products within your marketing within your even corporate communications. Communications right definitely key. Just talk us through your personal experience when you first dotted your role there. What was the brand's message was? Was it something you had to kind of? Was it that you had to uncover overseas? Completely new brand message pushing out. How did you go about doing that? I think it was something that existed in a lot of people's minds, but that really needed to be codified and communicated company-wide so to give you an example. At the? Times they're journalists who have been there for many many years. There is a publisher who comes from a family that his own. The New York Times for. The entire thirty and so you have a lot of really strong institutional knowledge about what the company is, and what it stands for that, said we are in sort of a very complex and very crowded digital media landscape. Now days you have new kinds of readers who are coming to experience the times in a way that's.

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"the new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"the new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and The New York conversation today on fresh air Terry gross talk with Matt zapotosky The Washington Post about the role Attorney General William Barr is played in how the trump administration handled the protests its use of force against peaceful protesters and how the justice department has been responding to charges of police brutality and killing in cases like George Floyd's to NET two one ninety three point nine FM or ask your smart speaker to play WNYC this is all of that I'm Alison Stewart and you just heard our interview about the life and death of Sandra bland she Brianna Taylor probably the only women you can actually name within affected by police brutality so why are black women and black trans women often left out of this conversation Plaquemines erasure from police brutality protest complaint all the way back to violence against women during slavery and violence against black girls during schooling here discussed this with this is Andrea Ritchie researcher advocate and author of invisible No more police violence against black women and women of color under thank you for making time today thanks so much for having me sweet there are many high profile police brutality incidents involving women Brad Taylor Tatian Anderson who in twenty fourteen died while suffering a mental break while in police custody Deborah Danner was sixty six years old when he shot to death by an officer and a home who perceived her as a threat these weren't films how much of a role do you think video footage plays in Plaquemines cases being overlooked right I think it plays some role I do think that there is a significant portion of police violence against black women and girls and trans folks that happens in private that happens in the context of calls for help for whether it's a domestic violence call of sexual violence call a little bit violence call or call related to unmet mental health needs but I I don't think that the end of the story by any stretch of the imagination I think it also has to do with how we conceive of police violence and what images come to mind when we call up that issue with that question and they are images of black men Korsten cannot be transgender like Tony McDaid who was recently killed by police in Tallahassee there seem to not be gay and they and if the party gets either beating or shooting and I think that there are plenty of those that take place in public view on camera of black women I've seen countless videos just in the last two weeks of black women being shot in the forehead with rubber bullets and still in the ICU recovering of the nine year old black girls being pepper sprayed in the eyes of protests of black women being pushed over shut down beaten attacked by police I think part of the problem is that you only see it on camera we don't recognize it as police violence because it doesn't line up with this story that we've been told about what police violence looks like it doesn't line up with the story been told about what gender based violence looks like which is domestic violence in the home against a white woman and so it leaves a black woman experiencing police violence in the streets in their homes intermediate situations in what social services offices like jasmine Headley who are not being folded into the main story of police violence even though you just named way more than the two women you need to the top of the hour and I'm currently staring at a poster of a hundred black women and girls killed by police which is not all of them it's just the ones that we could think of only made the poster in your book invisible No more you trace police brutality against black women back to slavery and Jim crow area what were some of the forms of violence specific to black women during slavery and how did it lead to systemic certainly the stomach sexual violence was inherently institution of chattel slavery in United States particularly after the trans Atlantic slave trade was closed it was the means of reproducing a population of in slave labor in the United States and so systemic sexual violence by law enforcement is still the second most frequently complained about form of police violence in this country but it's not the second most recently talked about so there's definitely a through line of state sanctioned and state sexual violence from slavery to the present and also in the middle third of document or can currently documented by ida B. wells of sexual violence the context of lynching of black women which is another form of violence so we talk about Ahmad are free and and people being lynched as side similarly being exclusively waxes gender men and black women have a long history of being lynched bye in in the United States and as recently as Bernice Eric Reid being killed by someone when she knocked on the door seeking help after having had a car accident so those are delicious the physical violence sexual violence there's violence against pregnant people that happened during slavery and that I and but I document in the present day and actually a woman was beaten by an officer during a a protest recently and lost her pregnancy as a result and then there's been several other people who have been harmed by policemen context of his protest so that's another through line I think policing of black motherhood in the context of slavery both demonizing black mothers punishing them and also separating them from their children and then justifying that by saying that black mothers are not that mothers of something that continues to this day both five police and by the child welfare system and you saw for instance in the arrest of putting a resume in the subway for allegedly not wearing a mask properly she was taken out of subway her child was left behind a police officer the child was eventually reunited with it his father but that's not all with the case off in a police encounter will result in the separation from your child at the differences in jasmine Headley's case where she was on writers for three days her child with a.

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"the new york" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"the new york" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"They're so your call. And I just shocks me, but hey, everybody has their own thing So I, think that. You know understanding that we have a fear of death in my hope is that? We understand that that other beings and other fee. He's also want to that I feel. Are trying to completely stop this. My Gosh People People Die Anyway, right? That's that's what's GonNa, happen we all die at some point, but here we are like battling this pandemic. An you know talking about what do we? Do you know how to social distance less was warranty like a list. Meanwhile or most of the world. We don't value somebody else's life. Right so that's what gets to the poll. Somehow, is pandemic. Out some awareness of what needs to lobby lake writing, Zach really dealing with I. Think is our fear of death. Right, so we're GONNA die, anyhow. To take us out with you know my flipper. I'm indefinite, really eighth with right. Is that fear And that's what we're trying to stop. And I hope that that was understanding. He knows that valuable in that. All beings you know have inherent value. Yeah I think I. Mean I feel like swimming on this scale rate has changed least. Again not not really the way I wanted to happen, but has put more people in the shoes of so many others both human and non human, because like you mentioned like in terms of like able ism and everything like there's so many people that their regular lives have been involved with like say wearing a mask or being conscious of going out and everything else. And now you know now every so many more people are Oh, and so hopefully people think will. This is what my daily life was like. This is why I want to work from home and. You know and say like in terms of like poverty or like food, access and everything that's changed for a Lotta people and then again. Yeah, just the general idea of like. I would rather not die or. Being so panicked about having the stay within a space that is nowhere near the space. What so many beings are dealing with and. Yes so hopefully. Hopefully you know this is going to provide a lot. Examples of people can maybe be a little more aware, and I mean for me like. A were I've I've been based in Southeast Asia during this whole thing. Started I mean it was started in China November. December, depending on who you who you listened to so news on our radar here in Vietnam like fairly quick, but so much of the West didn't really care about it until like March. Even though I mean the first cases in Canada and the states in Britain and everything were in January, but there is that idea of Oh. It's a thing for over there like. Author in. Has Been a big issue with this so I remember back in December. January I was talking to a friend of mine in. We were told you getting ready for the pandemic. So is because you know wearing this space where we constantly talk about you know issues, not only pertaining to the US global local issues. In he sort of getting ready early in is like you know. The US government obviously didn't. That is the problem of way you're offering right, so it's it's open there. It's the same issue with human trafficking in the US is over there. It's those countries is those other developed countries. People like to say right in so now we're here are and we're in the middle mid years that he has one of the highest rate of you know. Because we're on top of each other words close quarter. And you know it's affecting us greatly I think it's going to change the face of the earth city as so many businesses are shutting down. And he was like walk. In traffic, and all of that and so many people have also left the city as well so I don't think this is something that's GonNa be over a year I think we're GONNA see the effects of it for years. I'm in. I! Think in a city like New York is GonNa. Be Really Really. A very deep impact of how the economy being shutdown has will affect US affecting us now. I mean I guess I will say on one note on the fact that the fact that you're still going out and kind of being within the community is is maybe good, at least in terms of. of keeping you I guess some feeling. That's normal because for me like I'm here, we had you know Kinda it wasn't cuddle lockdown They didn't WanNA use that term, but there is some pretty serious mobility restrictions all say and guy selfies later for a while my partner is in another city, and then when I went to visit her, they kind of pulled back a lot of the restrictions, and so suddenly like we went out to cafes and stuff and. I was just very much like aware of the fact that you know I mean. I had to take a bus to get there in the other people in just very much like wow, 'cause for weeks. I, basically would want her to. The market gets in groceries in stay home for days, and I've got friends that even the we've been owed of most restrictions for weeks now. I've got some friends that are kind of still holding back here in Saigon. And that's not even considering friends in Canada. And some of the people I've talked to are very like were getting anxiety just from looking at some of my photos on social media like me at a cafe or whatever they were like. No. So, maybe at least your gut still normal reading. Him! So you know when they implemented that. the shelter in what they call it here Seltzer. Was Denali your house unless it's essential. I saw the city change from everybody's to it. Being completely empty, I had never been.

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"the new york" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"the new york" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"So. Hi everybody watching listening and taking part in this. However you are welcome to another the new normal sessions where I talk with readings from around the world about their experience during the covid nineteen pandemic in this case, actually I'm talking with someone also about the organization that they work with so this is kind of the first one to highlight organization as well as we'll probably get into a little bit of personal stuff, too just to check in on your so on not no, could you give people a brief introduction to the organization and yourself as well? I relying of Elderly Sat liberation activists organizer. The organization that I been working with on pandemic relief during that fans, Amac is Chili Song we also suddenly. All's is a Vegan food justice organizations. So what we look to do is make veganism accessible to communities in need. So. I I know well at least within the magazine. We've touched a bit on on wheels. Michelle's been involved in some articles. Of but how how long is chilies been Volvo been inauguration. It's been a little right based on our thing ally also Michelle started on the station about outset now five years ago and the whole back story was that she was looking for a soup kitchen, so she can you know help out? Those were in need and there were no veganism kitchen surrou-, so she made chilly, took it with her. As so they kind of started your station together and then from there a grew so is that mother in view and then people really loved. was she was doing, and you just grew into undergoing station from there, so the organization westbound I? Shell doing you know hours those who are in need. Cinerama wile who a few things. We have a big I don't like to. Thank living out every year and every Saturday. We'll have hot meals a are so that's all going through the year on. That there's thirteen chapters across the US. And York City we have now relocations originally, not meal. Share on says while you're in or of Connecticut relief efforts that started in art. So why actually I thought it was all this New York. I didn't know there were other chapters. That's amazing. How how did you get involved wounded? When did you come come on the scene? Still I Michelle for quite a long time as she's a really inspirational percent, and I knew about chilly. Soleil's from when it started on but I always you know I very waltz in animal rights, activism just would never find the time, and also you'll see I'm GonNa? Do It in a couple of years ago was when I joy, and just he might organizer from there on in Tonky. ORLA where we have a one location, and then where part in New York downtown. So okay, so you I mean you've I guess you've always kind of been involved. Since the before times when things were different How how is the pandemic change? Like the focus of the organization I mean or has it or things still kinda going the same well, it's it has gotten a lot busier so that pandemic relief came about because I saw this article about the city. Kids and you know the students and there was nothing plays of. Getting these children fed and I decided emotional, yeah! We gotta do something. I'm so out of. It is so the wizards changes at right now as you were feeding over two hundred family so that individual deliveries. In roaming. Were also delivering Mochrie's to students in years. He's poorest on. Labor in also in that highest. Houses student populations. Real that a lot of these students get all of their food from from school. A few saw some of these school lunches. It's really a shame that that's other feeding children. But that's how it's changed. Saliba expansive, also doing micro pantries across the different boroughs and. Casino with our hot meal. Share so I. Guess in helping the way that it's changed that you were incredibly incredibly busy or read. Only eat on even with the population that were usually around. You know one of the things that we have seen is that? Live out here volunteering while out of he'll have shut down so. They're warring meeting ever. With the animals at the Arthur hungry because four out. This entire effect it's the economy close down from people to animals that are. That are hungry that are in need. I mean in terms of like obviously I've talked to. Only talked to one person so for New York. and. It was a while ago. I'm sure that talk chain or the the Info from there has changed even more, but I mean in terms of light, some of the restrictions and everything being placed during the pandemic. Because obviously, if you're you know, you're giving food or delivering groceries and everything, I guess there's like some pretty big things you gotta consider in like. Have people still been receptive to the idea of going to the park and receiving I? Guess it's necessity. I think at first we work concert. We were very concerned that we would be shutdown. Right because we're more thing out hot meals by food. essential. It's any. Yes people are extremely receptive, so the people at the part that we do the meal shares when they know chilly seals for year, so they're very trusting I'm there's some new people that have of you know. Stop by, so we have not yet. At least you know while I've been there any rejection, so we food. We've distributed. We've also distributed personal here. Ions on feels so toothbrushes as well as he and Sanitizer, so we don. bailer that well known now they're. Allowing us with open arms. That's good to hear I. Know 'cause I've I've definitely heard in the past lake again in the before times of. Food organizations having issues involving politics in the city and all that kind of stuff you know. It's a real issue here. I want the night that I think you know that you can see that. In the food waste Rice so New York City has. Basin, it's because of that. But right now you know I. Think because there's so much need the neutrally networks in new. York has wrong I need. New Yorkers released Example of people can do when we come through. And you know it's feeling really all the gas in all the holes in the system where you know the city or the state government, or even the federal government is really not concerned with of course she will accountable at the same time I. think it shows how much. Aid In view on. VCA staff off during that. Yeah, I'm an so in terms of mutual aid. Look I, mean I'm guessing maybe a before. You would probably get sales like donations or support from local restaurants and groceries and stuff I mean. Has that been affected because closures or anything, or are you funding? Maybe more people are coming in supporting because the restaurant is open, so they can..

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"the new york" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"the new york" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Taking it seriously. Now isn't that shifted like? Over the last fall, because obviously, the numbers have become really serious New York City for kind of from the beginning. People were like okay. WE'RE GONNA UNIONS I. It took me until when. I think the weekend before the schools officially closed. That's when I was like. Oh I think I was a little late to taking it seriously anchor. For most of the blue. But, when it that serious in New York like it got serious, everyone was like Oh shit. Yeah, this is. Scary. I mean I. I don't got a few friends in New York but I've definitely heard some stories. I mean like for me here like the city still hasn't quieted down. Relative daughter should be. It is quiet like I feel like when I came here at the beginning of March, I felt like it was still like the big like New Year's holiday his the airport was quiet and getting here. Super easy like traffic wasn't a problem and I mean I've heard you know we've seen pictures of lots of places around the world that are quite, but like to think of New York sleeping like New York City isn't supposed to sleep I. Mean they're going to have to change the slogan right like. Whenever tourism thing again don't need to. Yeah and the the fact that all that theaters are close. Is Heavy. You mean when you say I'm GonNa, say it wrong. Apparently, my newfoundland accent comes out when I say theater Do you mean like Broadway or you talking like going see movie. All of it like okay yeah. Yeah. Bit But. It's Broadway. His never closed like I think. I have to look it up, but after nine eleven. I feel like it closed for few days. And that was how ever now it's closed. I mean really indefinitely like. there. I think they're saying like June seventh. GonNa Revisit. Opening I remember that day, 'cause..

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"the new york" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"the new york" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Chart from The New York Times that I talked about before but I added calling for the wrong image I'm gonna try to call for the right image now that that shows the shift in wealth disparities in the it over the over the last decades and if you could put that on and people can see it in the I think you can put a move on it if you click play it's an injure the and and you can see as it changes and it changes tracking somewhat with presidential and congressional votes but as you see it move as you see it move it is a relatively inexorably now they're back and forth you know during the during the Clinton White House during the Obama White House change a little bit but look now look at where we are now and now if we could go back to the beginning one more time date and I wanna play just one more time so people can see because it's hard build boiling frog example right if you put the vote we I I'm not even sure the boiling frog thing is real I think if a water source getting hot for fraud they might actually hop out I don't think any of us tested because we don't want the frog to die but as we move through our lives it's hard to see this change it's hard to see how much the middle class been depleted it's hard to see how much the wealthy gated community is separated from the other communities hard to see what's happened with housing values in dense urban areas was housing values other parts America it's hard to see how wealth is not distributed anywhere close to fairly among racial lines or among sex and gender lines is distributed seeing this graph seeing this graph in its motion had tips New York had to be the archives are putting it together hopefully helps to see it this is the thing by the way this is the thing that Donald Trump can't sufficiently answer I mean the give summer sponsored might add up to a sixteen thousand the first lie but any time I get in a discussion with conservative friends of mine up and I see which we do about well disparities it is to use a term on purpose a trump card the answer will end up having to be something like either are well education okay look at the graph they'd if you play the graph for more time put on sort of a loop or they'll say eventually some will say well it doesn't matter as long as the bottom is doing okay I don't care how much of a difference there is in the bottom of the top but read your spirit level read your will to Richard Wilkinson watcher Richard Wilkinson Ted talk we know that wealth disparities matter the increased stress they increase heart disease they increase civil unrest they make life worse they lower life expectancies that being a wealthier country once you're a relatively wealthy country being a wealthier country doesn't make you a better country doesn't improve any measurable the great wealth disparities make things worse fair country make things better alcoholism rates suicide rates social mobility ability to get for the bottom of the top there's too much of a difference in the bottom the top it's way too hard to climb that ladder the American dream is way too hard to realize thank your plane that graph that was the one that I hope to show before and now we have a thank you very much for the team to the team for doing.

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"the new york" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"the new york" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He is suing The New York Times for what he calls click bait defamation over a story the newspaper published related to donations from financier Jeffrey abstain Lawrence Lessig filed the suit in response to a story that the times published September fourteenth about his thoughts on M. I. T. receiving anonymous donations from the wealthy sex offender less the claims the story's headline Mr represents his interview in which he condemned the donations New York times spokeswoman says the newspaper plans to fight the lawsuit corrections officers in federal prisons will no longer be allowed to surf the web while on duty this is fallout from the suicide of Jeffrey upstate in jail in a letter to bureau of prisons employees director Cathy hawks Sawyer said internet use would be caught in order to limit distractions the letter obtained by ABC news said technology can not be an enemy causing guards to take their eyes and ears off the interactions around them the change follows criminal charges against two guarded MCC Manhattan who were allegedly perusing the internet instead of conducting their appointed rounds in the hours before Jeffrey Epstein died of suicide hawks orders letter also said hiring would be a priority this year Aron Kader ski ABC news New York the governor of Texas is defending his decision making the Lone Star state the first to refuse to accept new refugees this year A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan says historically Texas has been the country's largest resettlement base Texas governor Greg Abbott says his state simply doesn't have the resources to support new refugee resettlement swelled meeting the needs of the homeless the immigrants and the refugees were already here now added is feeling the backlash from among others Texas Catholics the state sixteen bishops have issued a joint statement condemning average decision to close the door on refugees this year Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas president trump morning around in the San Diego over his policy of separating families at the Mexican border a federal judge says the administration is within its authority ACLU asked the judge to rule in July on whether the government was justified in separating nine hundred eleven children in the first year after he blocks the practice in June of twenty eighteen it argued the families were being split over minor transgressions like traffic offenses but the US district judge says he finds no evidence that the government is abusing its discretion indicating that he isn't comfortable second guessing government decisions to separate children Alison Keyes CBS news the town of York Maine suing its next door neighbor Kittery in a border dispute the Portsmouth Herald says current maps show a line that slightly weaves back and forth select meeting your consist of straight line border drawn in sixteen fifty three is the legally established barrier Kittery officials though say that centuries old border was imposed and enforced by militia and is different from those established before and after what island congressman Davis is leaning pushing for passage of a bipartisan journalism competition and preservation act local journalism is really important to exposing corruption and holding power to account and exposing misconduct in government and so if we lose the ability for local journalism to exist it will finally we can our democracy and do real harm to society Cicely says the importance of saving little journalism is something that Democrats and Republicans still agree on five thirty eight time to get a check on Wall Street and row days at Bloomberg existing in Westeros will remain in place Bloomberg reports the agreement includes a review of China's trade compliance after ten months and only then will the U. 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"the new york" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

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"the new york" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Columnist he now writes for The New York Times and easy never tribe conservative you can't stand trial and he is basically what the New York times views as a model conservative he doesn't say really conservative things but he's conservative enough and he's clearly modified his views to fit in with the editorial standards of The New York Times well it came out earlier this week that the New York times has a bed bug infestation I know this and I'm not making this up this is a true story The New York Times has bed bugs there were bed bugs founded the New York times office building people are having a field day with this someone started the rumor that the trump dinner Ralph resort had bed bugs in response to this president trump tweeting calling this fake news but it is proving the New York times has bed bugs so people were making jokes they were making fun of The New York Times the George Washington University professor by the name of David Karpf said the bed bugs are Bret Stephens The New York Times has bed bugs the bed bugs are Bret Stephens carpe fat is a couple thousand Twitter followers and the joke didn't really land it had nine likes and zero retweets for those unfamiliar with Twitter the more popular your tweet is the more people re tweeted the more people like it a like is sort of a quieter way of saying I approve of this I actually use like if you see me on Twitter like in random things it's because I use it the you have a list of all the tweets you like right on your Twitter feed I use it is sort of like a bookmark if I want to go back to a tweeter I find an article that I find particularly interesting all like it so that it's a way of highlighting and it's a way of life but if you like a tweet it's not as public endorsement as a retweet this this Joe okay zero retweets Bret Stephens somehow found out about it the guy didn't you is spread Stevens handle there was no way that it would show up and Bret Stephens feed but Stevens found out about it to say he was upset would be an understatement he said an email to Karpf N. C. seed the provost of George Washington University your rights dear Dr Karpf someone just pointed out a tweet you wrote about me calling me a bed bug I'm often amazed about the things supposedly decent people are prepared to say about other people people they've never met on Twitter I think you've set a new standard boy boy Bret Stephens doesn't get out much and certainly doesn't get on social media much if he thinks calling someone a bed bug is the new standard of incivility and indecency on social media I would welcome the opportunity for you to come to my whole meet my wife and kids talk to us for a few minutes and then call me a bed bug to my face that would take some genuine courage and intellectual integrity on your part I promise to be courteous no matter what you have to say maybe it will make you feel better about yourself please consider this a standing invitation you are more than welcome to bring your significant other cordially Bret Stephens now were they Sir true invitation to come to my house and what Stevens gonna like punching in the face more likely would be an effeminate slap from Bret Stephens you called me a bed bug yeah if this were true invitation he would have see see the provost of the university this guy Karpf writes in esquire a long piece about how Bret Stephens tried to squelch my freedom of speech it never ceases to amaze me how few people understand freedom of speech cannot be squelched by Bret Stephens or anyone else at the New York times could only be squelched by government the first amendment freedom of speech does not apply when dealing with private entities only government but none the less you writes this long screed in which he basically taught Stevenson says yeah yeah I'm a tenured professor you can't fire me which in itself is a bit of a problem let's say that instead of saying Bret Stephens is a bed bug let's say he said truly something vile made physical threats something like that you really probably could not be fired for that but that's a different topic for a different day car fish early in the right here what he argues in his esquire piece is that Bret Stephens is well above him on the social hierarchy he has more that is she has more societal influence and power what he was trying to do was clearly get carp in trouble he was trying to use his power he was that the subject line of the email was from Bret Stephens comma New York times I should start putting in my subject line of every email I sent from Dan o'donnell W. I. S. at N. W. I. B. from important radio personality Dan o'donnell.

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