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Marking the Five Year Anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting
"Somber anniversary today in Orlando, Michael Cashner reports have not been so crazy like we were just we were all having a great time and all of a sudden we just heard the gunshot going back to back. And there were more than 12 rounds. June 12th marks five years since the pulse nightclub shooting. A memorial has been set up at the scene where 49 people were shot to death and dozens more were injured. The gunman, Omar Mateen, was killed by law enforcement after a three hour standoff inside the
Unseeded Barbora Krejcikova Wins French Open
"Tennis action today, the women's final held at the French Open in Paris and in a battle of relative unknowns. Unseated Barbara Kochetkova of the Czech Republic taking the title, defeating the 31 seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in three sets. 612664 years w
Barbora Krejcikova Wins French Open, Completing Wild Tournament
"Cried takeover has won her first Grand Slam title by beating anesthesia Pavlyuchenkova 612664 and the French Open final. This was only the fifth major tournament in singles Fork, Radicova. The 25 year old from the Czech Republic is the third unseated women's champion in the last five years at Roland Garros. Let's get a check of the forecast from the
Pulse Victim's Mother Reacts to Senate Memorial Bill
"Mother of Christopher lining in one of 49 people who lost their lives in the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando five years ago today. Says she'll go to her grave with the grief she feels over the loss of her son. But Christine disagrees with plans to spend tens of millions of dollars on a pulse museum. A very simple and dignified memorial would be the best way to honor those who have died. We've seen it in Las Vegas. They have a beautiful memorial. Three where it doesn't cost anybody any money to visit it, Leinonen says A pulse memorial and museum amounts to exploiting the
Marking the 5th Anniversary of Pulse Nightclub Shooting
"Closed in a county will disappear. Memorials are planned for today in Orlando. It's the fifth anniversary of the pulse nightclub shooting at the time. It was the deadliest in American history. Amanda Alvie are recording gunshots on her phone surveillance video showing clubgoers at pulse puddle together in the dark in the bathroom. Police say the gunman Omar Mateen, 29, years old and a 911 call shortly after the shooting, began, swore allegiance to the leader of the Islamic state, Abu Bakar al Baghdadi, and said the recent US killing of it ISIS leader triggered the shooting after a three hour standoff. Police shot to death Martine A total of 49
Suns Spoil Nikola Jokic's MVP Party, Beat Nuggets 116-102
"Phoenix asserted itself by pulling away in the fourth quarter from defenseless Denver to win one sixteen one oh two the sun's lead the series three games to none feasting on numerous drug locks Devin Booker led Phoenix with twenty eight we're still sticking with it was still a close out game Sunday they were looking for two so you know we we have our eyes on the prize we keeping on the sons went on an eighteen to six run to go up ninety six seventy six with ten seventeen left league MVP Nikola jokic had a triple double with twenty rebounds and ten assists but his game high thirty two points came on thirteen of twenty nine from the floor Bruce Morton Denver
Putin Responds to Being Called 'Killer' by Biden
"Days before his summit with president biden next week vladimir. Putin sat down with nbc. News correspondent kearse simmons. It is the russian president's first american television interview in nearly three years. Here is more from our exclusive conversation. We sat down for a ninety minute. Interview inside the kremlin where. I pressed him on accusations. He's ordered assassinations of his adversaries. The late john mccain in congress coup killer when president trump was asked was told that you are a killer. He didn't deny it when president biden was asked who believes. You are a killer. He said i do mr president. You can hear my tenure up here on used to tax all kinds of angles from all kinds of areas under all kinds of pretext and reasons different calibre and fierceness and none of it surprises me. Yeah so as far as harsh rhetoric. I think that this is an expression of overall. Us culture of course in hollywood. There's some underlying deep things at hollywood macho which can be treated as cinematic art part of us political culture where it's considered normal by the way not here not consider normal here. I don't think i heard you on a the question that direct question to answer. I did answer. I'll if you let me. I've heard dozens of such accusations especially during the period of some great events during our counterterrorism efforts in north caucasus. I'm always guided by the interests of the russian people and russian state sentiments in terms of who call somebody who kind of labels. This is. not something. I worry about in the least
Verdugo, Red Sox Rally From 4 Down, Top Blue Jays 6-5 in 9th
"The red Sox right data five one deficit and beat the Bluejays six five on Alex Verdugo RBI single off the green monster in the bottom of the ninth it was Verdugo third hit of the night and completed Boston's twenty third comeback win of the season the red Sox scored three in the bottom half of the sixteen tied it on Christian Arroyo's towering solo Homer Angeline's downstream in the eighth for Dugas game winning hit came after the jays left the bases loaded in the top of the ninth planet mayor Guerrero junior had three of Toronto's sixteen hits including his major league leading nineteenth home run I'm Dave very
Embiid, 76ers Beat Hawks 127-111 to Take 2-1 Lead in Series
"Joel Embiid scored twenty seven points in the seventy Sixers rode a dominant third quarter two or one twenty seven one eleven victory over the hawks the Sixers took a two one lead in the Eastern Conference finals and ended at Lana's thirteen game home winning streak Tobias Harris had twenty two points and Ben Simmons added eighteen for the Sixers who led by five before outscoring the hawks thirty four nineteen in the third period and the test Simmons with the catalyst in their big third quarter are you still involved well you got needs new should be a question this works because that's a lot of streets those Russian armed with the way of their garden so that's one should you be aggressive birds go on the engine down Trae young when it landed with twenty eight points game four is Monday night in Atlanta on the ferry
Nadal Knocked out in French Open Semi-Finals by Djokovic
"Unthinkable has happened rafael. Nidal knocked out in the semifinals of the twenty twenty. One french open novak djokovic delivering one of his finest performances. Add a grand slam in his career. Of course now. He's got the chance to capture his second grand slam title at the french open. Become one of only three men to accomplish that in men's tennis history. Of course he still has one match to win that match going to be against to. Ct paths who reaches her his first grand slam final of his career. Earning a five-set victory over alex sierra of a fantastic day of tennis in the books of course we still got two more to go here at the twenty twenty one french open as our women's singles final takes place tomorrow are men's singles final takes place on sunday joining me on today's podcast to recap all of today's action preview. The women's final also offer our initial thoughts on that men's final as well. You know him as our do everything. Here act cracked rackets. Forefather of the forehand slice the only undefeated high school tennis coach in missouri state history. It's james foster. Mcdonald's jamie seven hours of tennis in the books how you feel in my friend Not as tired as an adult but Pretty tired pretty tired knocking lady. I got up early. I was jazz. I was energized for the day. It did disappoint. it was good as good. No the quality of tennis from start to finish. Even if it was indulge in about twenty minutes really those first two games immediately put to shame the entire quality of this year of c t poss- match. And i will argue to the dying day that that's your fear of ct post-match much like this fear of t match was better than the consensus seems to be surrounding at but the quality of joke vich even though noodle hadn't played his best tennis. This felt like the first time we've seen novak joke which his absolute peak in quite a bit of time. Maybe even in this entire season
How Consumer Behavior Is Affecting the Economic Recovery
"Heather let me start with you. And i want to start with inflation. We got the cpi this week. Year-over-year consumer price index is running at five percents Which is a lot by historical standards. Maybe not so much when you think about base effects but let me ask you this that is to say effects last year over this year Here's the deal though. We're talking about inflation. All the time transitory this and that the deal is though that consumers are feeling it. It's real right gases. Up food is up. It's it's tangible. It definitely is especially for low income consumers. We saw him that university of michigan survey out today that the bottom third of earners are really pretty terrifying about these rising prices. They obviously don't have a lot of extra money to adjust and and in particularly what really worries me going forward. A lot of this stuff you can wave off. The base affects you. Were talking about or things like air fares going office in other having added back enough flights yet but when you start to really drill down on things like rent prices and that is something that you usually lock in for a year or more. So that's not something that's just going to go away after the summer and we're starting to see some pickup and things like rent prices and so i think going forward That's really what i'm focused on. How much that sticks around.
China’s Zhurong Rover Snaps a Selfie on the Surface of Mars
"Iraqi Martian surface center, Chinese rover and lender bearing small national flags were seen in photos released today that the rover took on the Red Planet before pictures released by the China National Space Administration also show the upper stage of the Euro, Grover and the view from the rover before it rolled off its platform. China landed the Chan win one spacecraft carrying the rover on Mars last month after it's been about three months orbiting the Red Planet. China is the second country, the land and operated spacecraft on Mars. After the United States, the six wheeled rover is surveying an area known as Utopia Planitia, especially searching for signs of water or ice that could lend clues as to whether Mars ever sustained life. Ernie Bennett
Is New Texas Longhorns Coach Chris Beard the Best Hire in 2021?
"It's been a pretty slow week in college basketball. Exactly zero icons have announced their retirement plans. No assistance have been named their schools coach in waiting. But i did talk to texas coach chris beard earlier in the week. So let's talk about that deadline. Let me start by asking you. This most seemed to believe that crispier will in the long term and perhaps in the short term as well but certainly in the long-term proved to be the best hire from two thousand and twenty one. Do you agree with that. I don't know if he'll have not not not explicitly so i think that he's got a really good shot at being very successful. I think his odds are probably the best. But i also think the nature of the job. He's taking the league. he's taking it in even kansas. Gets you know. Dial back here a more than a few notches for a few years. It's still going to be kansas bill. Self has an ideal contract situation going forward so he would not be my pick. He would not be most likely picked to do the best job at this school for the long term. I think he has to objectively be in like the top three of that conversation. Hell he might be your number one. That's part of why you spoke them to begin with but he would not be my pick to be the most successful at the school. Among the hires power conferences in this cycle. Then who would be. Okay i will go with craig smith because i think craig smith has the best chance at both having success and staying at that school. Not that chris. Beard won't like chris beers at texas for the next twenty years and won a national championship. Of course. I could foresee that happening but to me. Correct smith has been really good at south dakota utah state. Now he's going to go to utah. And i think this is a situation. I you know we're all just shooting darts here. But i think that is most likely spot for coach. Have long term success at that
Senate Demands Former AGs Testify About Trump Data Seizure
"The Senate's top Democrats are demanding to former attorneys general testify about what they call a gross abuse of power Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin say bill Barr and Jeff sessions must testify about the trump era justice department secret seizure of data from house Democrats three years ago that's after congressman Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell were told the seizure was part of a crackdown on leaks related to the Russia probe and other matters while the department routinely investigates leaks a probe of lawmakers is extraordinarily rare ship calls it the weaponization of law enforcement by a corrupt president Schumer and Durbin say it's shocking and Bahrain sessions are subject to a subpoena if they refuse to testify Sager made Ghani Washington
Summer Camps Return With Fewer Campers and Counselors
"Summer camps are back but with fewer campers and counselors all fifty states are allowing summer camps this year corona virus related rules will be in place Tom Rosenberg with the American camp association says the goal this summer is to have fun to get there we actually have to agree to follow these basic rules and I'll listen to this camp directors who are doing their best to care for children Josh Nelson says the Glorietta adventure camps near Santa Fe New Mexico a ready to go fly lines you have mountain scooters the waterfront's huge the camps will have mask rules they have the same book rooms so that's where they can take the mask off at night or when they're sitting down at meals at their table Margaret JP's children are going to camp in Kansas it's a sign that things are getting back to normal the camps in New Mexico will be at one third capacity I bet Donahue
The Tesla Model S Has Gone Plaid
"So tesla unveiled the model plaid. Addition what are you getting for that Very bargain-basement one hundred thirty one thousand dollar price. This incredibly affordable tesla is basically. What musk is trying to do is say that these are the best car. That's kind of what they've always been trying to do what they really want to do with this flat dishes show that they can be the quickest fast cars while so what we've got here is a super duper edition of the model s. with three electric motors allowed to go from the to sixty in sierra under two seconds. Although there's a big asterisk which get into minute cover the quarter mile in about nine point. Two seconds three hundred ninety miles of range at top speed around two hundred miles an hour so definitely the speed is the main talking point. But they've also made some other improve on the interior and everything else to well. Wanna get into all that but before we get to details of the car at the ask. Plaid edition is that that is baseball. Reference yes yeah. We've definitely seen a number of space while references over the years It remains to be seen exactly where we're gonna go to from here but yes we have gone. Plaid tesla had promised to plaid plus edition. That was also supposed to launch this week But musk actually just went ahead and cancelled that. He said they don't actually need that anymore. But i'm a little bit skeptical then
No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities
"During the pandemic open outdoor spaces like parks became even more essential on top of being the usual place for quiet. Walk to commune with nature. People were spending a lot more time outdoors and those who live near green spaces especially in urban areas appreciated them even more like the park surrounding the jamaica plain section of boston. We have probably more greenspace than any other neighborhood in boston. This is dr martha karsh share. She's a retired family medicine specialist. Who's lived in this jamaica. Plain neighborhood for more than three decades. We've got to make a pond. We've got the arboretum. We boarder franklin hark on. We have a wonderful forest hill cemetery which is beautiful It's a nice place to live. If you don't have a lot of disposable income you live in a three decker or one of those little tiny row houses the greenspace makes for an idyllic urban rest spent right car share says. Franklin park has become anything but sitting at boston. Leaders are looking for peace in franklin park new tonight. Take a look at this video near franklin park. It is a wild scenes like this that have people living in that area raising concerns about safety. There's been groups of up to a hundred dirt bikes motorbikes. Atv's motorized trikes. They care around inside the park and the noise is terrible.
What Inflation Fears? S&P Notches Record Close Despite Soaring Prices
"Consumer prices eclipsing expectations last month and rising at the fastest pace since two thousand eight pretty scary right while the market didn't seem to think so stocks heading record today with the and p. five hundred closing at a new all-time high and over in the bond market the ten year yield falling for a third day in a row now at its lowest level since march so red hot inflation red hot market. We already pricin inflation guy. Where are we here if you get not play this game with you all the time. I made a lot of games right but this is one of my favorite games is if you had told me this of twenty four hours ago and said where's market going to be. I would have said the s&p down thirty five forty handles ten year yield is going to be point seven if not higher vicks hire one hundred percent wrong again here. We are the victims of lowest. We've seen in quite some time. I'm sure pete and tim can speak to that. And the t. l. Which obviously you know the bond security talking about levels. We haven't seen it on the upside since the end of february. It's shocking to me because these numbers were absolutely hot but it doesn't matter what i think is what the market thinks that it backs up everything dan nathan saying for the last month.
"third" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"That you would you know. Quit on your hand to make it work to activate it but the thumbs the opposite side and this is not permanent. This is just something you try. And the activated you have to put put pressure on a big on your big toe. And this got a wireless. It's got a bluetooth signal that this sounds way too complicated right-footed and you put your right. I'm just gonna ask jack to help me out around the house. no. I don't need more. I need a third arm. So i can carry in the groceries and unlock the door. Good morning scott morning. So how well do you to think you could survive in the wild. If you absolutely had to no problem. I think a lot of it would depend on where we're talking about. Think like what's what's the bear grylls show you know what i'm talking about. Where he's new bear. Grylls is a guy who like who goes out into the wilderness and it's totally stage but he'll like i'm going to survive thirty five days with no clothes on my back and no food a nominal. See how to do it. But he's got a camera cameras all and stuff. Yeah i don't know about sexual. I probably could. I know. i know you both shocked by that. I'm actually not. I was in my head before this segment i was power ranking the four of us three and dan of who i think would do the best. I think dan would crush it. And i actually thought amy. You'd be second best. Because i think amy even though i think she would have survival instinct really that would power through. I'm definitely last on this list by far. Oh yeah i have been wilderness camping many times. It's been a long time for me. But there's a new study out there that says the average american thinks they can survive for sixteen days alone in the wilderness. Well again there's not much in the way of definition here. What do you mean in the wilderness. Where under what conditions close. It's so i have a place to sleep it. You know what they're a water sewers. You'd have to find your own like it's like you're you're blindfolded your dropped off in the middle of nowhere with nothing. You collect food. Can you get water. can you start a fire. Yes that's so. Seventeen percent of people in this survey said they were very confident in their ability to start a fire right with flint. I don't know if that's actually a accurate number. Because i i think there's a lotta politics the flint if you have to find the flint you've got a problem see what i'm saying to. Here's here's the next problem. Only fourteen percent say they feel confident in their ability to identify edible plants or berry's right like you know when you've told us a kid you can't eat those those will make you can throw up and running on. How can you say you're going to survive sixteen days. If you can't tell boys needs right. I'm gonna make fishing pole. I'm gonna go eat these berries over here good. Yeah it's only a quarter of the people in this this survey by only tell what poison ivy was. That's easy isn't that depressing though like that. This few people like sixty people said. Oh yeah i can make it. Sixteen days but that small percentage of people can tell poisoned varies from regular berries. I from regularly. I grew up in a camping family. We did it all the time and the thing. That is most distressing for me. Now i don't know about the rest of the country but in california out like thirty years ago they started. You had to you had to reserve a campsite here to it just makes me wanna cry now. You could. You could go. You could go off the beaten path. Yeah attention tent for the best. Yeah but some of the like the national parks or the states are the state parks. You know they've got areas like lots where you can pull up a truck and then pitch the tent. You've got little squares. And what are now in maine when we. When i was a kid we used to go on canoe trips. That's cool in the middle of nowhere and we used to just stop wherever that's walton. Boys stuff you can make it from california to hawaii in how in a kiad up. No no way. I loved to canoe and kayak by it's been years but as a liberal loss ratios prevent them in tobacco state farm limassol later superindent so i missy no state farm is..
"third" Discussed on The Young Turks
"It's just a really fun show To watch along with the other programming that we have on our twitch channel that i i love listening to and watching while i'm cooking because i like to laugh happy half hours and other great show so make sure you check that out. That's hosted on wednesdays after our bonus show By brett erlich who is a jack of all trades does work for everything that you see on this network. it's it's incredible anyway More comments let's go to the math math magician. Who says anna. Ask yourself something. Why is it that only right. Wingers are allowed to form a third party in america. And if aoc in the squad tried to do such a thing they'd be attacked like they bombed the white house and in all likelihood lose their careers Because third party will loose a third party will and the never trump republicans forming this third party. No that the party is going to lose. The whole point is to threaten the republican party by taking some of their necessary votes away in a close presidential election. That's what they're doing. They know they're gonna lose Our system is intentionally set up to ensure that a third party can't win. We had a conversation about that. On jacob and you check it out all right. Let's get back to. The show is an saying that. So i.
"third" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Be good. Let me give you more details. The letter signatories who include former ambassadors governors congressional members and cabinet secretaries. Want the republican party to return to principled leadership and reject division and conspiracy theories or face a new party dedicated to fighting for republicans such as cheney and against fearmongering and lies. Miles taylor if you can remember was a former trump administration official and he said that the republican party is broken. He stepped down from trump's administration. It's time for a resistance of the rationales so he's referring to the current republican party the party of trump as the radicals And i should also note that none of the people backing this latest effort or currently serving in any position of power. They're not currently elected in any office. These are former republican officials and politicians Backers of the reform group include republican governors. Tom ridge christie todd. I'm sorry christine todd Christine todd whitman. George w. bush era transportation secretary mary peters and former house members. Charlie dent barbara. Comstock reid. Ribble and mickey edwards. Look these these people have no power right now like none and republican voters have no interest in what they have to say however. I do think that it's a better option for the democratic party to have these never trumpers form whatever third party. They want knowing by the way that third party has no shot but even though it has no shot at winning. What's important to take away here is a. We're not going after worry about them in the democratic party if they do in fact form the third party and be this is really a threat to the possibility of trump winning the twenty two thousand four elections. Should he choose to run and should win the republican primary which i would venture to say he probably would win that primary because obviously all you need is just like a little slice of republican voters to reject the trump ticket and go for these this traditional gop. Branding that's being presented. This proposed third party. So will this maybe get some of these republican lawmakers to question the direction they're going in maybe but right now they're doing is just listening to their constituents and their constituents unfortunately overwhelmingly approved of the job at donald trump did so backers of the reform group I'm sorry let me get to this. Nbc poll because it it kind of gives you a sense of what i'm talking about here. Now it's been several months since trump has in power. His numbers are declining a little bit a recent. Nbc news poll found that forty four percent of republicans said they support trump more than the gop. So these are people who would follow trump. No matter where he goes if he decides to form a third party they would follow him. But trump isn't gonna former third party. Obviously trump is gonna remain in the republican party and if he runs for twenty twenty four He'll do it on the republican ticket But that's compared to fifty percent. Who said they support the gop more than the former president. So things can change. And i think that it's important to keep that in mind but as it stands today i think that this threat coming from traditional republicans. The never trumpers could be an interesting one for the current republican party. Because they can't stand to lose any votes. I mean. I imagine that it's going to be a close election in two thousand twenty four and the possibility of a third republican like party Basically taking some of those votes away. My terrify them might make them think a little differently about how they proceed. But we'll see how this all plays out. I think it's an interesting proposal and the number one upside to it is it gives these never trump republican voters a home a place to go and luckily it won't be at the democratic party. All right we gotta take a break when we come back. We have more news for you. Guys including gas shortages and seven different states. As a result of hackers stopping operations of one of the largest oil pipelines in the country. And also talk about jim jordan. And what he had to say about. Liz cheney in this whole debacle come right back support for this. Podcast comes from invent together. Let's talk about innovation in america. Did you know that patents are a major driver of job. Creation and economic growth. Problem is not every. American has the same opportunities when it comes to inventing and patenting. That's especially true for women and people of color. Even the women make up more than half the population less than thirteen percent of all inventors with a us patent are women. 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"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club
"Rock candy is not rock. It's not earth of any kind but yet he can bend it. So that means at least in the avatar world rock candy at least in the earth kingdom is in part made of dirt. Yes very good while.
"third" Discussed on Today in Focus
"The consequences of not taking the action all kind of neutral which is not the case when you're in the middle of the pandemic And i think it is inevitably the case that that will be deaths because of this suspension of the astrazeneca. A vaccine only other hand certainly in germany. The health ministry was absolutely clear very explicit that it had no option but to follow the recommendation of its health agency. It said it had a duty of care to everybody to whom it was offering a vaccine and that if it could not guarantee the that vaccine was completely safe for each individual it would be laying itself open to legal action So that's why it took that step. I mean you can argue about the rights and wrongs of it and certainly You know a lot of healthcare professionals throughout the on the continent throughout their hands in horror. What do you think about the decision by the french authorities to suspend the astrazeneca vaccine and said you you just want to look at the data and obviously the benefit risk ratio is massively in favour of continuing with the vaccinations but it is a. It is a reality whether you consider it right or wrong. It is a reality that governments feel. They need to follow this precautionary principle on a reality. That of course is already had consequences. So this week we had a new study from america from astrazeneca suggesting the the vaccine is seventy nine percent effective at stopping people getting cove it and perhaps even one hundred percent effective at eliminating. The risk of severe disease though itself has already led to some controversy because the us officials said the study might have relied on outdated information nevertheless it appears to be quite an effective vaccine but there is hesitancy figures across europe according to polling are extremely worrying and have risen through all of this yougov poll had sixty one percent of people in france. Thinking that yester- zeneca vaccine is unsafe fifty five percent in germany and worrying numbers initially in spain as well there were real fears about it. How worried should we be about that. I think we need to take these. These numbers with a little bit of we need to be a little bit cautious about them. First because that yougov survey the polling was actually done right in the middle of the suspension. I am so it didn't measure people's views off to the yen a declared vaccine to be both safe and effective But secondly there's a very big difference between clicking on a box on a on your screen to answer a question from an intimate pollster. And saying i. I'm not sure about this vaccine. I think it might be safe. There's a very big difference between that. And actually actively refusing a shot which you know will make a concrete difference and a very significant concrete difference to your quality of life I mean we had the the guardian. Our our reporter in in berlin went down to the big berlin vaccination center in templehof a and spoke to people being given the astrazeneca vaccine all of whom were desperate for it. And there were reports in the french meteoroid over the weekend of french vaccination centers where people were saying exactly the same thing and i think we really need to wait rather than getting alongs About opinion polls weaned really needs to wait until we actually get concrete data on the actual take-up and i think that it is quite possible that this three day suspension government saying. We're gonna stand back. We're gonna stop. We're gonna have a proper look and we will come up with a scientific conclusions and make a recommendation. It might actually have reassured people coming up. If the e u did decide to block vaccine exports. what would it mean for. Britain's roll out and the us john there's all of that we've just discussed but let's get back to where we began the problem with the contracts. Where are we now with that. Well for quite a few days the eu looked like it could be getting ready to really single britain out for failing to export vaccines on wednesday. Revised what's called its export authorization mechanism which means officials can now actually prohibit shipments to countries. Where either a large percentage of the population is already been vaccinated or countries that restrict exports through the law or through the contracts that. They've signed with their supplies. As we've just seen you know both of those criteria could apply to the uk valdez. Dombrowski's who's the commission vice president said the eu wants to see reciprocity and proportionality. Those were the two key issues. He said that they know this move wasn't addressed to any particular country but the eu needed to ensure vaccination of its own population. He said because it was a real global pandemic hotspot with this third wave underway but also it was the only major ocd country that was still vaccines in big numbers. Now that we're quite a few countries can two or three island. The netherlands particularly. Who really didn't like this idea of halting exports but the political pressure was mounting Really piling up and to such an extent that none of them are likely to object. Can today's council meeting to these new rules being adopted. There's really a lot of resentment out there. What countries see as the u. k. Complaining about eu vaccine nationalism. One hand but actually behaving itself in a quiet kind of nationalistic protectionist way as they see it on the other so things were kind of quite heating up and basically the eu has given it self. The tools and now has a framework within which can take concrete action. So the key question is what is this going to mean concrete action. Will it take well what it seems to be boiling down to was that the eu might block the exports to the uk of an unknown number of those That are currently being made in astra zeneca plump in light. The helix plant in light in the netherlands but that were always hopes that what seems to have been an offer that's been put on the table allegedly by the uk to split the vaccines that are being made in that plant in the netherlands with the eu. There were hopes that that might allow some kind of compromise And avert an all out. Eu you ban which really would have been quite catastrophic for for eu uk relations and late last night it did indeed seem kind of some kind of progress might be being made in that direction. The two sides ended up issuing a joint statement In which they said that they were discussing a reciprocally beneficial relationship and working on specific steps to find a solution and expand vaccine supply for all citizens They said they were going to be continuing their discussions. So an outright ban seems unlikely today at least for the time being the worst seems to be avoided and beyond all of that is the third wave itself which is taking hold across. Europe obviously has been focused on the fact that it means. Some holidays are unlikely but what really matters is the health impact. It's having boris. Johnson has talked about this wave washing. Backup on britain's shores over given that we've already had a surge from the british variant. Be one one seven. That would be most likely only if there are new variants. What's really worrying is the rate of spread right now across the continent. How bad is this likely to become. And what the.
"third" Discussed on History Vs.
"And arctic studies center at bowdoin college. They were also using him because first of all who would go to northwest greenland and ask people to join his expedition but what he knew he had got in. Return were tremendous amounts of western goods such as rifles and ammunition that they really valued for instance with the rifle. Here's a piece of technology that they could use very effectively and so they went home and periods payment to both demand and the women who were on. The expedition made them very wealthy well off individuals in their own community so period certainly used them but they warn not without agency themselves despite being skilled hunters and in familiar territory. The new we weren't immune to the anxieties of like this in their normal everyday lives in new. We'd had no reason to venture far from land over sea ice. Since the sea mammals they hunted for food tended to hang out close to shore but period was asking them to leave land behind and march hundreds of miles across the frozen ocean from what we can gather. They thought it was kinda crazy and they've certainly got more and more nervous. The further out on the polar sea pirie ventured and had them go. They traveled on the polar sea but close to shore the further out. You get on the polar seat. Fewer marine mammals are going to be around and the more dangerous. It is because leads will open up and you may get stuck in not be able to get back to land so they got very very nervous. And there are instances in the journals where you can see that people like donald mcmillan is having to distract them and cajole them to continue going north. They didn't see the point. After ta the expedition's next stop was cape sheridan to get their. The roosevelt had to cut through miles of treacherous ice. Some of which may have been eighty to one hundred feet thick for mo- ships at the time it would have been impossible to survive the maze of ice but the roosevelt was designed to deal with these exact types of obstacles. The ship barrel through the unforgiving waters for weeks finally arriving at cape shared on september fifth nineteen thousand eight. This would be the location of their winter base camp for the next few months cape. Sheridan lies on the northeastern coast of canada's ellesmere island located just a few miles from modern day alert the northernmost permanently inhabited place in the world. Sir george strong nares whom we met in our third episode wintered sheridan and perry made it his jumping off point on his previous two expeditions. Now the plan was to set up a winter camp at the cape. it wasn't a time to rest and conserve strength for the final push to the north pole. Though period expected everyone to prepare supplies build equipment and get ready for victory at the camp. Henson again proved invaluable to perry. He joined new hunters onto ten day excursions out in the elements to provide the camp with fresh meat. And when he wasn't out on dogs leads he was at the base camp building over two dozen sledges and handling any other tasks that came his way but henson was much more than just someone who could manage physical tasks. He acted as a liaison between period and the new wheat on the voyage as the people became more important to period organization. So too did hanson. Here's kaplan matthew. Henson becomes an absolutely indispensable part of periods expeditions from what we can tell also a very charismatic individual a lovely individual and also linguistically talented. He learns enough to the language spoken by inland from that perspective. You know he's able to communicate more effectively. Pirie knows some language but not the way that henson does but also i think a combination of his charisma and his race. The inuit look at him and they go okay. he's not like these. Other westerners who are white. His skin is darker. it certainly isn't like ours. But it's he's sorta more like us. And i think that he had an easy your acceptance with them but he certainly was in folded into their community. He had a wonderful relationship with the new week and pirie counted on that relationship the sledges that henson and the other members of the party built were then used to move supplies and equipment ninety three miles from cape sheridan to cape columbia northernmost point in all of canada. This is where the final push to. The poll would begin. Let's take a break here. We'll be right back. Did you ever wonder if it's actually possible to sell your soul to the devil. Maybe you're curious about how to count cards often. Find yourself googling. 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"third" Discussed on History Vs.
"It's april sixth. Nineteen o nine and robert e perry and his assistant. Matthew henson are settling in yet another camp during their third attempt to reach the north pole. It's something they've done countless times. The course of their journeys together but on this otherwise unremarkable stretch of ice there once elusive goal is now within reach as they in. The new wheat guides unpack. Their supplies tend to the dogs begin. Food preparations period unfurled and american flag. That his wife josephine had sewn for him years earlier. He fastened said to the top of the camps igloo. Henson watches as the star spangled silk springs to life on a polar brees a symbol of their triumph when period takes the first measurements of their location is instruments. Give him a position of eighty nine degrees fifty seven minutes north. They're just a hair's breadth away from true north at ninety degrees. It won't be long now with success. All but secured henson seeks a well earned moment with perry henson. Later remembers feeling that the time had come. I loved my right hand and went forward to congratulate him on the success of our eighteen years of effort but a gust of wind blew something into his eye or else. The burning pain caused by his prolonged. Look at the reflection of the limb of the sun forced him to turn aside and with both hands covering his eyes. He gave us orders not to let him sleep for more than four hours. There's still more measurements to be taken and periods seemingly in no mood to delay his work with platitudes and as for the spurn handshake. Well this isn't the first time period refuses to share his victory with his most valued. It's a pattern that will color their working relationship for the rest of their lives. After travelling around the area and taking more readings period returns to camp on april seventh.
"third" Discussed on News O'Clock
"And here with us today to talk about it the date October Fifteenth Two Thousand and twenty. Times News Block. I'm Haze Brown and I'm Casey Rackham welcome to Buzzfeed's news o'clock. All right. Got To get through. J. So let's jump right into the top stories. Here's what you need to know. With only nineteen days left until election day Joe Biden's campaign has been to paraphrase one of the great poets of our age making money moves in a video from the campaign. The Biden team announced that they now have four, hundred, thirty, two, million dollars in the bank mostly from grassroots organizers. Thanks to record fundraising in. September. But you know how much looney we raised in the month of September. Three thousand three, hundred eighty, million dollars. Raise my whole whole life five, twenty, five, million dollars. I point five. But it's not all good news out of the Biden camp. The campaign announced today that vice presidential nominee Kamla Harris will suspend all for travel through Sunday after two people associated with the campaign tested positive for the coronavirus according to campaign manager John o'malley dillon quote Niger. These individuals had any contact with Vice President Biden Senator Harris or any other staff members since testing positive or in the forty eight hour period prior positive test results. Biden President Donald Trump will be airing their own separate town hall events tonight at eight PM. So check your local listings a tune in. Meanwhile. We might be seeing a third corona virus peak in the United States and Europe is facing its own new wave of the virus with an average of one hundred thousand new infections per day. Before, we get into the Nitty Gritty Casey how do you think the US has reacted to this new wave versus Europe's wave Not. Great I mean solid. Bet Sally Willing to put money on that rack. A. Solid answer because here's what's happening London and Paris have imposed overnight curfews to try and contain the virus and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson explains why the number of cases has quadrupled in the last three weeks there now more people in hospital covid than when we went into lockdown on March the twenty third and deaths are already rising. Meanwhile in the US, we've done something similar except not similar at all, which is to say, we've done none of those things. We have not done any of that all the viruses now ripping through the Midwest and rural areas. These are the new astronomical numbers that we're looking at. The covid nineteen trucking project reports more than thirty seven, thousand current hospitalizations nationwide the highest number of hospitalizations since late August according to Johns. Hopkins. University nearly eight million people across the US have contracted virus since the band pandemic I began and more than two hundred and sixteen thousand Americans have died. Yeah. Those are crazy numbers and I'm just you know I'm also very glad all that fictional money I'm. Rich. Now Rolling, it's your one billionaires able to build a bubble for yourself if. You don't have to worry about going to work infecting others riding the subway. None of that mess. You are Jeff Bezos a fictional money at the moment. No, I don't WanNa be Jeff bezos. A I'm sorry you archies I apologize. But yeah, we are doing nothing to really. Get people the money they need to stay home especially, the restaurant industry man I feel bad for every restaurant, every bar worker who doesn't have a choice between go into work. And getting the money that they need to survive because the bars are for some reason open in their state versus staying home and keeping themselves safe. And if that wasn't bleak enough, we know that eight million people in the US have fallen into poverty since federal aid largely dried up in May and unsurprisingly black people and children have been hurt the most this is, of course, after the number of people living in poverty fell by four million at the start depending back. Thanks to the two trillion dollar cares act and on. Top of that a new report says that back in February when trump was telling the country not to worry about this whole corona virus thing his advisors, we're having private meeting with Republican donors that Yep. Things could get kind of bad. The New York Times claims that these means that actually put a lot of wealthy people in the investment world to sell off or short their stocks. I don't know if you know these numbers but I think I saw graphic yesterday and you know I can't believe everything on the Internet. So I'm checking with you. WHO's my personal? Internet. That Jeff. Bass. osas. Net Worth has increased by a hundred billion dollars. I. Don't know if that exact numbers correct but it definitely has he and like a bunch of billionaires have made money during this pandemic and a lot of that is because of how artificially the stock market was propped up at the start of all of this how stock market every time it sounds like there might be some sliver of hope that things are going to be fine or that the government is going to pass a new stimulus bill. Bet accordingly because what does stock market if not one giant legal gambling ring great. All right. That was a lot to digest Casey. What do we have going on in the pop culture universe? A well, Billy Islands sent a subtle but strong response to her body gamers after Paparazzi. Photos of the Star went viral earlier this week the photo showed the eighteen year old. Yes. Just an eighteen year old walking down the street in a pair of shorts and take up. That's it like she looks completely normal trolls mind had a field day somehow finding fault with her weight and size and saying that quite frankly are worth repeating here. So I'm not going to. A lot of people jump into defend eyelash including actor, Kat Jennings, who tweeted quote anyone reacting to Billy Irish having a normal body has to take a hard look at themselves as someone who looked exactly like that at her age it'd be nice for this unhealthy nonsense to fuck right off. She's beautiful. Normal Goodbye. While I wish hasn't addressed the situation directly. She did post this clip of Youtuber. Chizzy do route to her instagram stories. To start normalising robot. He's. Not Everybody has a wagon behind. Okay. Guts are normal. They're normal boobs. Especially after breastfeeding. Histogram in real island also picked up two billboard awards last night, which you know serves as another nice. Fuck you to her haters. Yeah I am looking at this picture right now and she looks like a bunch of people I went to high school with like right around the time we graduated like I that's crazy at this is what's drawing all this stor. There's so many levels to one. She's only eighteen years old to make me feel bad about my body because I'm like she looks like she's a normal body I have a normal body. It's like very frustrating to see this like so publicly happened and another thing that's really frustrating I. Don't know if you know this about her but. She has spoken out before about why she usually wears baggy clothing right and it's because she doesn't want people criticizing her body and this makes me think about the other day we were talking about nagging the stallion who is just saying like, Hey, I don't want to come out and talk about what was happening because I knew that the public would react to sweat and this is the same way. As. Like billy was like, Hey, I were baggy closing because I didn't want people to react this way and it's like in both of these situations, it's like these women new these women knew how how society was going to react to their situations and it's just like really unfortunate right see. The only thing we should be talking about is looking at this picture kid what are those like those shoes?.
"third" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Begging for tuning in as always an apologies in advance, it's Shrek, the third two, thousand, seven directed by the duo of Vermont. We and Chris Miller. I never thought we'd be here I. Mean I thought. We'd be here, but I never thought we'd be here. Third move came on Andrew. This is a proud tradition of the. We ate movies podcasts. We have the annual Shrek. Episode sometimes I wanNA take our proud traditions and kick myself in the balls with them. Cut this shit. We're going to be two more of these. In the coming years got hooking Shrek forever after next year and puts him boots two year after. Exit signing up for the spinoff cabbage. You say that out loud these. Planning, meetings No already. Go four years ago on the Shrek the third of his Chris Gavin said they were pushing boots now. Where is it admit person said it on the Internet, so we have to do well. There is speaking of people on the Internet. Chris Kevin fucking. Love Shrek three because I made. About, how fucking was really dot joy? Out Why do you fucking jerk off or whatever he said? Excuse me. WAS I. I'd like to hear the answer this question. Was I wrong. No, because you love. Not. The answer the question was no I'm sorry I'm sorry that I thought that the movie that you love so much. I gotta say. When I saw that we I was like I had a couple of thoughts. One was damned damn Christmas really loved Shrek Three. Thank you, but then I also like yes. Steve would definitely watch Pluto. TV Pieces Shit Right now -actly. Got Better to do than Shrek and since many announced apparently. Listen boots. Chris Fuck Up. No I will not because you're shook. Two three was put out by asylum CB all over. God I would love to see that I am starting. Eight. Without Chris Cabin. To. Burn. So, Chris now pushing boots Shrek have any cameo as he. Trying to get a boss at the start in the doors closed. I'll be honest. I have not seen pushing boots. Because I want to save one. But that is the one the thing I've been talking about now for like two years. That is the movie that has the Humpty dumpty coming in and worrying that he's going to get gang raped in prison. That's where that is. Oh, that's something to look for. Movie. Driven move. Truth until the end of the episode were or still not happy with each A. Can tell this shit sandwiches off to a great start because they alter the dreamworks logo to make it look like us. Daughter Ms Command and Abreu in Shit in my fucking `bug. Just, whatever man I really hated I. I'm sorry alike. We will talk about this, but I just hate these movies man. Can I come clean I literally I watch nine o'clock at night. I got a good night's sleep before I had a nice little dinner. Nice Turkish meal was a light meal. And I fucking. Twice during this. No kidding no. It's like ninety six. Exactly, Steve, you're coming so hard out of the gate. Is this your least favorite trek movie? Yes yes I. Think this is my favorite trek movie. Really because the for the first one is an abomination folks. Start don't let that fool you, but the second one was all songs about tits and dancing, and like the fucking like we gotta get together in our parents are like. Boy I was missing songs about Pittsburgh. Bird. Interesting, like finally we are, the revolution has come to the bog and to the Kingdom of how. I'm shocked. The callback revolution. Just super bored with this one. At least for the first two are really bad. I always had the animation, but at least they're like edgy or like trying to push a button and I. Don't like them at all, but at least like that would like. Turn me off enough to engage me Steve. It sounds like you love them. But I see where you're coming from Steve Those first two as obnoxious as they were, had teeth on auto. Yes, they definitely did do the songs about tits. Saying. Versus, what this movie is where they second sounds, but it's. Okay. In the there's a fucking gang rape in the spin off her things. Chris Cabin was I haven't I haven't seen it. That I have seen that yet. About one through three there's there is a gang rape, but that somebody talking about a gang rape. But. and. Of course, there's not sixty dumpty right, but the thing about this with you realize is. They were like Oh shit. Younger and younger people are liking these dumb ass movie. Make this one baby this is. Was Always Baby Shit? The I babysit. This is a baby shit empire. I two babies shit. Movies had some teeth in that diaper. Dude, I. Go ahead and we watch or rewatch those movies. Here's the thing it's not even about the teeth, the first to have energy behind them. You could tell for whatever fucking recent decide to make those movies. They wanted to make those first two. There's no energy here. It Mike Wires as a chapter leader out voicing. Stand out super late picking apples making buys put a little something in all lemonade and take. Where.
"third" Discussed on Civics 101
"Party was an eighteen sixty. When Abraham Lincoln one is a Republican? It's just crazy to me that the Republican Party was once one of these minor third parties. How do that? How did they become a major party? So Oh quick. The first Republican to run for president was actually four years before Lincoln John Fremont in eighteen fifty six and it was because of that election that the WHIG party. which was the major party at the time ended up dissolving? Because you had this issue shoe. The left a lot of people really fed up with the parties and wanting another option but unlike with the William Jennings Bryan election and the gold standard tissue the issue in eighteen fifty six successfully brought a new party to power because that issue was enough to tear an entire country apart. Wigs is also were basically destroyed by by the slavery issue because southern whigs were pro slavery and so they increasingly found themselves allied with southern Democrats who were pro slavery as well and northern Democrats increasingly found themselves allied with wrote to some extent with with northern. whigs who were opposed to the expansion of slavery that situation caused the whigs to sort of fall apart and and the Republican Party basically came out of a lot of a former whigs in the north and so that was basically it was basically this coalition relation of of those forces that ended up backing Lincoln in eighteen sixty and how he got elected at the end of the day so we haven't had had a truly viable third party since the country was the most divided. It's ever been which the issue of slavery and it then in eighteen eighteen fifty eight essentially replaced the whigs so it might have been that the Republicans might have formed and then become a part of a three party system or maybe four or five party system. But we didn't what we ended up with in eighteen. Sixty St was another two party system but with one of the two parties different from the one that had existed ten years before so that was the last time a party was was actually replaced. But I do want to be clear third. Party power remained and remains a significant force for example. The Republican Party is what it is today because of a third party back when Teddy Roosevelt was rejected by the Republican Party and formed the progressive also known the Bull Moose Party in nineteen twelve. He took a bunch of supporters with him and the Party ideology of the Republicans started to shift to the right. But what about the local level of definitely heard of Libertarian or Green Party state. Legislators getting seats yeah that happens. Elections are a lot easier for minor minor parties when the national government isn't at stake. What about like Bernie Sanders? He's a member of the Senate and the national level but he's a self-described socialist right well. He defines himself as a socialist. Yeah but he ran for his Senate. Seat doesn't Independent. He's running for the presidency right now as a democrat. It wouldn't do them any favors at the ballot level to call himself a socialist. An independent is significantly different from a third party. It's a lot easier here to win as an independent at any level than it is to win a third party candidate. Independence are a different story. The state legislatures have not worked worked as hard to make tougher for independent candidates because of the fact that independent candidates are usually a one off there a person who is running for one office office without a whole slate of other people running along with that person so they're not as much of a threat if one independent gets elected the chances are he or she will be defeated the next time round. And it's no big deal for his major parties this brings us to the other hitch when it comes to third party candidacy to see the major parties actively make it difficult for a third party candidate to even be an option for voters. Well a third party candidate ended at maybe miles away from a win. They can still ruin a major party. Candidates run. There's a thing called the spoiler vote. That's a real threat you steal. He'll voters away from a major party candidate. It's the state legislators who make the election rules so effectively it. It is the parties who make the election rolls yet. There are endless ways in which democratic and republican state legislators can make up rules to make it tougher for non Democratic or Republican candidates. If you were a minor party trying to get on the ballot in in some states you would have to get way more signatures on petitions to get your candidate on the ballot. Then if you're a Democrat or Republican and keep in mind mind that the officials who determine whether those signatures are valid are all Democrats or Republicans the secretaries of state in each of the states. And it's it's very common for a partisan secretary of state just simply cross out a whole bunch of those names and say that there's something the matter with this. You know I this person. It doesn't exist or their middle initial is on the petition. Whereas they're middle initial is not the name that they used to register to vote? So that's illegitimate the third parties aren't posing a real threat. Why worked so hard trying to keep him off the ballot you know? The nineteen twelve election is press one of the most obvious examples because Theodore Roosevelt in running running in the Republican primary. Ready for thirty off again. More father present against his basically handpicked. Successor William Taft with path to get in the winning one thousand nine hundred after Roosevelt. Didn't Sika Sika. Another term and Roosevelt runs against him. In the primary loses the Republican nomination was very ugly battle for the Republican nomination and then Roosevelt savell goes and runs as a third party candidate. He runs as the progressive candidate. There's some other complications than they're they're not worth getting into but the point is that there's this very obvious split within the GOP and Roosevelt actually ended up winning more of the popular vote than Taff does in that nineteen twelve election but the end result old. And this is where you get into trouble in a winner take all sort of system is that the Republicans were splitting the vote all over the country. So Woodrow Wilson the democratic. Ignominy wins a sweeping victory in the Electoral College. Even though he only won forty two percent of the popular vote on the street in the car while your the home of the third third parties are more than an ideological force. They can actually determine the outcome of an election if they're on the ballot third parties have real teeth a lot of people. Think that Ralph Nader Peter was responsible for Al Gore's defeat in Florida in the infamous two thousand election for example. But I want to get at a bigger question and to third parties. Make for political trouble here in there but if they really can't win right if having the choice of a third party candidate isn't really having the choice of a third party candidate. Are we less democratic than nations. Where you really can vote your third party candidate into powerful office? Well I hate to do this to you. But that sorta depends on what we WANNA define as democratic On the one hand the argument for a multi-party system is that when you go to the polls to select a candidate you don't have to compromises assists much okay. If you're a libertarian. Republican you get to be a libertarian. You don't have to be a republican of whom a proportion of the party's here's Libertarian. But a proportion is not so in choosing a candidate you get to express your views in more pure fashion and on the other hand in a multi-party system. The chances are pretty good. that a single party is not going to get a majority. That party that gets the most votes is going to have to join with one or more other parties in order to get a majority and the thing is is you as a minor parties. Supporter can't be sure in advance of the election which parties your party is going to luke coalesce with so although it may be more small d democratic in quotes in advance of the election. When you're making up your mind indepth what candidates to support that may not be as small d democratic after the election when a coalition has to form in order to govern some people would use a different definition of democratic and say what We can really expect act of voters is that politics is not a big for most people. Most of the time for most people the biggies Dr. Do I have the ingredients for dinner time. I going to get the laundry done and that means for the rest of us who would rather watch basketball so we need to have a pretty clear sense of what it is that we support without having to do that research and what that is provided by is party identification and while that might seem to be not too satisfying mystifying. As far as our ideals of public service are concerned basically a democracy is a system that gives you a choice and if you have to spend a huge amount of time researching every candidate A. We know you're not going to do that. And be that means you're not gonNa have but choice because you're not going to bother to to become involved it so a two party system in some ways makes the choice easy so on the one hand. It's not necessarily a bad thing that we default to a two party system and on the other that doesn't mean that third parties don't have any power mm-hmm. They posed just enough of a threat that they end up. Being one of the more effective methods of Shifting Party ideology third parties have an ability lead to mess with major elections can spoil votes. They can ruin another candidate's chances it's a super effective way to influence. How a major party evolves sure maybe libertarians? Not GonNA see their candidate office but they can vote for a Democrat who adopts libertarian ideals to voters the party shifts. Yeah so it's worth paying attention to these obscure names or parties that you see on the ballot. In twenty years. Their ideas could be governing. The country.
"third" Discussed on Civics 101
"Civics WanNa one is supported in part by the corporation Asian for public broadcasting when we were interviewing one of the guests for this episode. Nick you mentioned this archival recording Jaman and gentlemanly convention. Yes that's something I stumbled on a while ago mentally and I was confused. Because there's this Guy William Jennings Bryan who's the 1896 Democratic nominee but he was also the populist nominee he was part of a presidential residential race that had two candidates but three parties which I did not realize was positive but this is not a contest but green. I I yeah. I looked into it. Republican Democrat and populist arm. You know we were on the gold standard and they wanted silver to be an option with a sort sort of easier exchange rate for them thus the famous speech cross gold speech. This is Jeffrey skelly and elections analyst at five thirty eight. We have gotten a lot of questions over the years about third parties in American politics. Think the libertarian. Party the Green Party the Reform Party. But these are party's we've heard of but they don't actually make a ton of headway in election the third party success we've seen historically at various points has often come about because of a party schism where there is a deep divide within more of the major parties. Back when William Jennings Bryan ran for president the deep divide we will answer the demand.
"third" Discussed on Policy Matters
"Resilient now we have a lot of data thanks to your study. But what about policies what can be done in a practical way to strengthen neighborhoods like third ward so all of my research we try to engage policymakers and philanthropy and community members and organizations at the very beginning of the research project. This is to ensure that that were asking pertinent and relevant questions and that the stakeholders are bought into using the data to drive change and so an example of that is in third ward where we engaged you know the mayor's Office for complete communities and at the very beginning they knew what we were doing. We've shared information. You can actually find our data on the complete communities website for them to use to drive policy and so this data both in Sunnyside and third ward is really meant for policy he makers and other folks to us to ensure that policies and funding priorities and interventions and programming really rematch the actual needs of the community. You mentioned Mayor Turner's Complete Communities Initiative. Can you give us more detail about that initiative I think it was approximately two years ago. Mayor Sylvester Turner announced that he did not want Houston to be a city of the habit have-nots he felt but every Houston Ian should live in a neighborhood that had access to food and transportation and clean water and job opportunities and so in order to do that to pilot highlight this initiative. He called it the complete communities initiative and he selected at handful of neighborhoods and third ward was one of the initial community selected as part of that the mayor's Office assigned liaison who would work with the communities to develop a tailored community specific plan to help improve their neighborhoods and make them essentially hole so Sunnyside this recent year was selected as another complete applete communities neighborhood. And so what we hope comes out of this is that because he's communities have had long term disinvestment that that now being named a complete community and now having the recognition and now having data and hopefully prioritization by the mayor. We can invest invest more in these communities so that then every neighborhood in Houston people can walk and bike safely and have access to good schools and childcare and job opportunities. Well can't I wanNA thank you very much for coming. My truly enjoyed this. You're to be commended on this study. which is to me a model all of the intersection of data driven analysis and political action? And we hope to have you on again at some point. Thank you Joe. It's been a pleasure. Uh thank you for joining us for this episode of policy matters points and perspectives from rice. University's Baker Institute for Public Public Policy. The Baker Institute is one of the nation's leading resources for nonpartisan public policy research and dialogue for more for information about how you can engage the Baker Institute. Our fellows are events. Please visit our website at Baker Institute Dot Org. If you enjoyed join the podcast. Please subscribe and rate us on Apple podcasts. Stitcher or wherever you go to get your podcast and join us next week for more points. Points perspectives from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy.
"third" Discussed on Birthday Skin
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"third" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"In which he said quotes. There are no vital and significant forms of art. There is only art and precious little of that just just as literary class distinctions are more important in the movie than in the book class in general is a more significant issue in the film. One aspect aspect of this difference is the transformation of the key witness from a nondescript neighbor of Harry's to the porter of his building. When the novellas Kerala Martin's becomes indirectly responsible for the neighbors death. Our distress is minimal because neither of these two characters is is particularly sympathetic but when holly inadvertently causes the villains to murder the porter the Patriots the situation is intensified acidified not only by the appeal of both characters but by the fact that the victim is a of a lower class than the man who unwittingly brings about his death. This becomes a part of HOLLIES UNINTENTIONAL AMERICAN ARROGANCE. He brings destruction down on the heads of the little people in pursuit suit a larger cause and this theme becomes especially pronounced in the movie because of the presence of an actual little person murdered porter's son yet. The use of the child in the third man is far from sentimental. The most eerie scene of the film is the one one in which the little boy followed by a crowd of Viennese neighbors chases holly and Anna down the street yelling Papa Papa. The child is is no Dickensian wave. He is a primitively judgmental figure a wizened little old man who has watched from below as the two to adult yell at each other he looks at things from down there with a distorted but piercing vision when the camera takes his viewpoint as it does during holly's disagreement with the porter the world takes on a dislocated and frightening intensity and this boy is powerful beyond his size or even his awareness with his cry of Papa and toddling pursuit of the American he makes both holly and the crowd feel. That holly is guilty of murder. The child is a projection of many things hollies conscience the neighbors distrust of foreigners the very strangeness and Mystery of Post War. VN even the camera during the scene when the boy chases holly views the child as a projection a giant shadow thrown against a wall by the street lights. If the child is a shadow is in some for death itself he is also a version of Harry Lime his shadow on the wall and the sound of his little footsteps echoing down the street are almost identical to the sights and sounds of harys Harry's flight from holly several scenes later the blown up shadow could be a man's and the child even resembles Orson Welles with that round smooth face and those big staring is conversely one might say that Harry Lime resembles a child and Anna Schmidt says that that very thing when she tells holly that Harry is a boy who never grew up of course this phrase could describe holly as well and in a certain incense Harry Lime Holly Martins and the porters nameless little boy or all versions of the same character it is the figure of destructive innocence of childhood as death that marches through all of Graham Greene's works the irony is that it took Carol Reed's needs midwifery to deliver this death child from its embryonic form in grams script to turn the movie of the third man into one of Graham Graham Greene's most characteristic novels and ease through its faithfulness to the obsessions that ground Graham Greene's work. The the third man becomes such an acute reflection on the various meanings of the underground. Now it's time for.
"third" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Our film. This week is the third man which was directed by Carol Reed and was released in nineteen forty nine the third man stars Joseph Cotten Orson Welles and Valley American pulp. The Western writer Holly Martins played by Joseph cotten arrives in postwar Vienna seeking his childhood friend Harry Lime play by Orson Welles who has offered him a job upon arrival he discovers that lime was killed while crossing the street just hours earlier by a speeding truck. Martins attends headlines funeral where he needs to British army police officers sergeant pain a fan of Martin's pulp novels and his superior major Calloway who says line was a criminal and suggest Martins leave town an official of the British occupying forces approaches Martin's requesting that he gave a lecture lecture and offering to pay for his lodging viewing this as an opportunity to clear his best friend's name. Martin's decides to remain in Vienna at a meeting with limes best friend Baron Kurz Kurz tells Martins that after the accident he and another friend carried the dying lime to the side of the street lime lime asked Kurtz and his other friend to take care of Martin's and Anna Schmidt played by valley lines actress girlfriend to learn more. Martin goes to to see Anna at the theater where she is performing. She suggests Harry's death may not have been accidental. They questioned the porter at Lime's apartment building who claims that lime died immediately mmediately and it was carried off the street by someone else in addition to lines to friends. Martins berates the porter for not being more forthcoming with the police about what what he knows concern for his family safety the Puerto indignantly tells Martins not to involve him the police searching Anna's flat for evidence later find and confiscate viscous her forged passport and detain her later. The Puerto secretly offers Martins more information but is murdered before their arranged meeting when Martins arrives CBS unaware of the murder a young boy recognizes him as having argued with the porter earlier and points this out to the gathering bystanders who become hostile and and mob like later callaway again advises Martins to leave Vienna but Martins refuses and demands that lime's death be investigated calloway reluctantly reveal that lime had been stealing penicillin from military hospitals and selling it on the black market diluted so much that many patients died calloway's evidence evidence convinces Martin's disillusioned. He agrees to leave Vienna. Martins visits Anna to say goodbye and finds that she also knows of lines misdeeds but but that her feelings toward him are unchanged she tells him she is to be deported but upon leaving her flat he notices someone watching from a dark doorway. A neighbor's light window briefly reveals the person to be in fact Harry Lime who flees ignoring Martin's calls Martin Summons Calloway Calloway who deduces that lime had escaped through a newspaper Kiosk connected to the city's sewers the British police immediately zoom lime's coffin and discover that the body is that of Joseph Harbin an orderly who stole penicillin for lime and was reported missing after turning informant calloway asked Martin's to help lure lime out to capture him mm-hmm and Martins agrees asking for Anna safe conduct out of the in exchange and refuses to leave and remains loyal to lime exasperated rated Martin's decides to leave but changes his mind after calloway shows Martin's the children who are victims of Lime's diluted penicillin brain damaged as a result salt meningitis lime sneaks out for his rendezvous with Martin's but and that still loyal to him arrives warned him off just in time he tries to escape escaped through the sewers but the police are there in force lime shoots and kills Sergeant Paine but calloway shoots and wounds live badly injured lime drags himself up a ladder to a street grading exit but cannot lift it. Martin's picks up pains revolver follows line reaches him but hesitates a shot is then heard erred later. Martins attends lime's second funeral at the risk of missing his flight out of Vienna Martin's weights in the cemetery to speak to Anna. She approaches him from a distance yes and walks past ignoring him. The third man had a box office total of just over one point one million dollars and adjusted for inflation. That's a box office of just just under twelve million dollars. The third man was nominated for Three Academy Awards winning one. The film was nominated for best editing thing. Carol Reed was nominated for best director and Robert Kraft Skar won the award for Best Black and white cinematography now old man. It's time for our feature presentation as anyone who sees he's a lot of movies has undoubtedly noticed the underground chase. Scene is a key element in thriller films. The thriller film which most fully fully investigates the various meanings of the underground is Carol Reed's the third man in part. This is because it builds on the work of a novelist Graham Greene who is particularly interested in exploring various depths unconscious motives deep spiritual convictions and hidden political and personal treasuries heart of darkness settings and so on for green. The underground world of thrillers is barely barely differential from the everyday world of reality. The Novella of the third man which green wrote to prepare himself for the screenplay is a far more prosaic work than the film that finally emerged to a bare bones story of intrigue in postwar Vienna the Director Director and the screenwriter jointly added most of the dimensions that make the movie a powerful exploration of the underground. What Carol Darrelle Redid in collaboration with green himself was to turn the third man into a full blown movie equivalent of the richest Graham Greene Green novels one of the key differences between the Novella and the movie. Is the alteration in the central character. Holly Martins Holly played by Joseph of cotton is the focal point of the film the perceiver of its events virtually no scene takes place in which he is not an actor or a witness. The Novella on the other hand is narrated by Major Calloway and the main character is named Rallo not holly more importantly accordingly the original. Martin's was an Englishman rather than an American. It is impossible to imagine a British holly Martins a character who is the a quintessential green figure of the innocent destroyer the naive believer in goodness who because he cannot fully Comprehend Evil Vol unwittingly becomes its instrument Holly Pursuing Truth and justice leaves behind him a wake of death and destruction he he is so naive that he gives away his knowledge about the third man to precisely the wrong people those who have already denied there was such a man an and in doing so seals the death warrant of his informant yet. The character played with the full force of Joseph Cotton's. Charm is extremely appealing making it possible for us to see why even the sophisticated manipulative Harry. Lime liked this ognjen. You knew this believer in loyalty and decency the name. Hollywood itself is both ridiculous and sweet. What a silly name says Anna Schmidt at one point and yet she confuses it with her beloved Harry such confusions as well as the many connotations of innocence inherent perent in the name Christmas holly a girl's name Holly would not have been possible with the original name Rallo from the novella though they eight now seem essential to the movie's plot the shift to Holly's view of the story represents a significant shift in the premise of the work mark when major calloway narrates the Novella Harry Lime is a despicable though somewhat clever criminal and Martin's his ignorant defender is is rather a sleazy weasley man with a reputation for cruelty to women and a strong streak of vulgarity but when Rallo turned holly takes over the narration Calloway who becomes the irritating character thus we are set up from the beginning to oppose the cops and side with the criminal and though holly eventually switches sides this early allegiance sticks with us making lines ultimate death far more disturbing are being than in the book like many other thrillers. The film of the third man encourages a certain confusion in regard to the relative roles of cops and criminals pursuer and pursued so that we are likely to find ourselves identifying with the wrong characters the camera Emma does a great deal to assist in this confusion in the famous sewer senior the end of the movie where Harry is finally cornered and killed the camera itself intermittently takes on Harry's vision at one point. We saw cops running down a tunnel toward us at another we see them. Facing facing us from above as Harry tries to climb out of the sewer earlier we have been set up to identify with a fleeing man when Holly Escapes Gapes from the villains backstage after his lecture the spiral staircase that Martin's runs up in that scene is almost a mirror image of the one that Harry runs down into the sewer and seen from directly below as the camera views it during the chase holly staircase actually looks like a downward spiral into a pit but during the final chase scene the camera is fickle it doesn't remain consistently on Harry side shifting away occasionally only to view him from a distance just after he kills sergeant pain his most unsympathetic onscreen action Harry tries to crawl out sewers through a manhole and we look from above as his fingers emerged from the grid white grubs crawling out of the ground colorless worms that prey on the dead and our last vision of Harry alive as his face expresses what could be either a prayer for perseverance appearance or a request for a sudden death is from Holly's viewpoint just before holly shoots him. This is the final step in the equation waged between Holly and Harry Between Innocence and evil for in wiping out the evil holly to becomes a murderer the third man man harps obsessively on notions of death burial depths and descent the first vision we have of the mysterious Harry Lime lime or rather the first vision we think we have of him is of his coffin being lowered into the grave even before this holly arrives at Harry's flat to learn from the port that his friend is already gone already inhale says the porter pointing upward or in heaven pointing downward one word the initial confusion between Heaven and hell up and down reappears towards the end of the movie when Harry and holly sit suspended in a ferris wheel carriage swinging high above the streets surrounded entirely by carnival rides that only spin in circles the bird's eye view of reality is in fact hollies primitive glimpse of hell the people reduced to mere dots on the landscape and Harry boasting carelessly of his crimes with the suggestion that he might be about to kill Martin's as well. This scene is Harry at his most cynical. They talk about the people and the proletariat he says of politicians. I talk about the suckers the mugs it's the same thing there's there's very much a better to reign in hell than serve in heaven tone to his speech and indeed to this whole scene despite the fact that Satan's lines were spoken from far below while Harry delivers his from on high the film contains repeated references to Holly's activity of digging things up or getting to the bottom of things from major calloway's point of view. This digging is harmful well and even dangerous to holly's remark as soon as I get to the bottom of this. I'll catch the next plane. Calloway responds deaths at the bottom of this Mr Martens Martin's deaths at the bottom of everything holly snappy reaction to that is might if I use that line in my next Wester however the the digging metaphor appears to be contagious for later in the film after Holly has discovered that Harry Lime is still alive. Calloway says we should have dug deeper than the grave he and his men then proceed in fact to dig up Harry's body and discovered the body of Joseph Harbin instead Ed. If the region beneath the earth represents death alone to callaway it represents both escape and death for Harry in the course of the movie. Maybe this underworld black marketeer vanishes underground four times wants through deception in the body of Harbin once in the middle of a Plaza Waza when holly follows him from outside and it's flat again into the sewers after Holly has lured him to the cafe and finally into the grave itself. Holly's remark about using Calloway's line his next western invokes yet another kind of underground the subterranean world of trashy trashy literature in the third man literary status is presented as a class issue rather than merely equality issue the cockney sergeant pain is a fan of hollies novels while the Upper Class Englishman who runs the local literary society has never heard of it it is this class distinction among other things that makes Barron Curtis fulsome praise of hollies novels sound so ridiculous one simply it does not carry a lapdog under one arm and a trashy Western under another in Greens novella the confusion about Holly Martins Literary Status Status comes through a case of mistaken identity. A famous writer with the same surname as Martin's pen name was in fact expected by the Literary Society -Ociety the twist that leads to the confusion in the movie the literary people are embarrassed to admit that they haven't heard of holly Martins since they can't imagine agenda writer who is not there sort of high class novelist is both much simpler and much more telling it makes the pretentiousness of literary literary pigeonholing all the more obvious holly acknowledges the existence of such distinctions but like Graham Greene with his entertainments admits he is some what resentful of their implications that this desire to separate genres stems from the same impulse that separates classes classes is clear not only in the third man but in other works by Green as well of course what the Western or the thriller is to the novels of James Joyce. The Thriller Movie Has Traditionally Been To the serious film. A connection Holly emphasizes when he says that his next ex- book will be called in fact the third man for the title of this projected piece of pulp fiction to be the same as the fat of the movie itself Places Carol Reed's allegiance clearly on the side of the subterranean genre meanwhile forcing us to seek out semblances Amblin says of ourselves in the high minded audience that attends hollies lecture the very idea of a category called film noir her of which the third man is now a classic example is really hysterically funny perversion a fancy French brand name imposed on a popular thriller form to assure us that this entertainment is really art. Read is amused but also miffed that this film should be subjected to this kind of snobbish scrutiny. His retort voiced in Holly's remark is the equivalent of Raymond Chandler's defense of the detective story.
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You sort of covet having them in your film because you think okay here is the person that can speak to the thirty thousand foot view of whatever subject I might be looking at whether it's criminal justice reform climate change whatever it is and so it's a crazy opportunity to do a documentary film from the New York Times where the people who are your main subjects that you're actually following are those experts and you get to see how they get their expertise as far as I know is an unparalleled opportunity on television listen to see the best journalists do what they do best watch this week's episode of the weekly on Fx this Sunday and streaming the following day on Hulu so a final moment Alex. Could you one more. I think we have to talk about who on Castro and Joe Biden. You look like I agree that Barack. Obama was very different from Donald Trump Donald trump as a dark heart. When it comes to immigrants there is friction between the two almost the entire debate building building to this moment where they clash over immigration policy where Biden is challenged by one of the moderators on the Obama administration's record of deporting millions of illegal emigrants and Castro comes at him but my problem with Vice President Biden inquiry pointed this out last time is every time something good about Barack. Obama comes up apiece says oh I was there. I was there I was there. That's me too and then every time somebody questions part of the administration that we were both part of he says well that was the president I mean He. He wants to take credit for Obama's work but not have to answer any question accusing him of trying to use Obama as convenient problem and underpinning all of this is the division debate within the Party about just how liberal they ought to be on immigration that Huang Castro has called for decriminalizing border-crossing really changing the whole legal framework around immigration not just pulling back the abuses of the trump administration but going much much further either in redrawing American immigration works. We have heard Joe Biden in previous debates talk about how a crime is a crime and we're going to enforce the border and that's how it works. I have to say tonight that you and President Obama made a mistake about the patients. Why should let us trust you. This the president's Sinaloa Channel legislation the desk Santa Wants to find a pathway for the eleven million undocumented United States of America. We did not hear him quite as far tonight but by is is still clearly uncomfortable defending all of the substance of the Obama Administration's record on this front this the president has done a great deal so I'm proud served with him but I would do as president several more than he hits away from it. He talks about how we didn't put kids in cages like the trump administration actual story there is some of them were complicated. You did answer the question. You'll make them you know. Did you make a mistake with those petitions the president and did the best thing that was able to be done and I'm the vice president states. He doesn't say those deportations were the right thing to do and and I would do them again. This is another reflection of how the party has clearly moved to the left. How there is this sense across the Democratic Coalition and clearly even even in this case recognized by Joe Biden that just switching back to the policies of the Democratic Party Circuit Two thousand sixteen is not going to be satisfying to most of the parties news as we're talking to me that none of the expected and kind of familiar dynamics will they played out tonight. It wasn't a night night where the top three candidates went after each other by after Warren Sanders after Warren or Biden. Just that wasn't the feel of it felt much more like a fulsome debate between basically all ten candidates. I think it was the kind of debate that people claim they want to see in politics. It was really focused on policy. It was fluid. It was complicated so in that respect. I think it was pretty impressive debate. I'm not sure that it was the kind of debate that we're going to look back on any kind of turning point in this race. We didn't see the clash that we were expecting between Joe. Biden and Elizabeth Warren they definitely detailed some of their differences but you didn't see either one of them trying to take out the other one. There was no moment in this debate of the kind that we saw back in June between Comma Harrison Joe Biden where it just felt like oh my goodness. This is a different race now. The Senator Kamala Harris thank you. It's great to be back at. Tsu in fact Kamala Harris did not go after Joe Biden almost at all but I I have a a few words for Donald Trump. We all know is watching so president trump. She focused from her opening statement to the end of the debate as much as she could on president talk and I plan on focusing on our common issues are common hopes and desires and in that way unifying our country winning this election and turning the page for America Erica and now president trump you can go back to watching Fox News pretty clearly a shift in strategy away from trying to be somebody who voters will appreciate for beating up on the front runner to somebody who is more explicitly pitching themselves as a general election candidate as a unifying lying character and Biden himself. I don't know that we are going to look back on this debate. As one that particularly changed the trajectory of his candidacy he did not have a terrible moment like he did with Harris in that first debate but he was also a far from dominant figure. Make sure that we bring into the help to the teachers. There's deal with the problems that come from home. You did not have some big moment big powerful moment of Joe Biden laying out his vision for the country in a way that would probably make people say my doubts about him are gone. There were moments when he was clear and crisp and forceful. They don't want they don't know quite what to do. Play the radio radio make sure the television excuse me and there were moments where he was Kinda meandering and interrupting himself and shifting his focus mid answer. Make sure you have the record player on the make sure the kids here words. We're just not at the stage of this race where you are going to have it seems the two or three or four top candidates trying to knock each other totally out of the race on that stage. Many of these campaigns still see themselves themselves in the stage of introducing themselves to the public. There are people like a cory booker who's Gone Castro and Amy Klobuchar who may still be making a first impression and on many people there are other candidates somebody like an Elizabeth Warren or Comma Harris to some extent Buddha judge who have made first impression but now they're trying to show people. I'm not not just an interesting or likable character. I'm somebody who you can and should see as your next president and until those candidates feel like they have sufficiently efficiently introduced themselves on their own terms. I think you're going to see real reluctance by a lot of them to define themselves in terms of a conflict with somebody else ooh. I've known what I wanted to be. Since second grade. I wanted to be a public schoolteacher and I made it as a special needs teacher but at the the first year I was visibly pregnant and back in the day that meant that the principal wished we lock and hired someone else for the job. Aw what am I gonNA do law school with a bunch of tenant leaders in Newark New Jersey in two thousand and two took on the political machine and boy did they fight back and we lost that election and here's a bit of advice everybody if you're gonNA have a spectacular failure have a documentary team there to capture it because it made for and Oscar nominated documentary called streetfight but then unfortunately another setback lost and the Oscars to a movie called March of the Penguins for crying out loud. I grew up in a single parent household on the west side of San Antonio going to the public schools eventually my brother. Joaquin and I became the first in our family to become professionals. My father grew up on a peanut farm in Asia with no floor and now his son is running for president. That is the immigration story that we have to share and our daughter was born. I had this expectation. We're going to have this perfect perfect birth and she was really sick when she was born. They had a rule in place that you got kicked out of the hospital. In twenty twenty four hours she was in intensive care and I was kicked out and I thought this could never happen to any other mom again. That is what motivated I need to go into public service. You know as military officers serving under don't ask don't tell in as an elected official in the State of Indiana uh when Mike Pence was governor at a certain point when it came to professional setbacks. I'd wonder whether just acknowledging aging who I was was going to be the ultimate career ending professional setback I came back from the deployment realized that the only we get to live one life and I was not interested in not knowing what it was like to be in love any longer so I just came out. I had no oh idea what kind of professional setback would be especially because inconveniently it was an election year in my socially conservative community what happened was that when I trusted voters to judge me based on the job that I did for them. They decided to trust me and reelected me with eighty eighty percent of the vote and you do wonder watching an event like that what voters will take away whether it will be the policy differences whether there will be those powerful personal stories and how they will react when inevitably the race actually does get much nastier. This moment won't last forever.
"third" Discussed on The Daily
"So we aren't talking about the debate. I was actually here for Brexit and we're GONNA do it in a manner that might allow us to be done by midnight that'd be great and that's the Plan Alex. I wonder if there was a meaningful difference in this third democratic debate because the field has narrow so much. I think there's a huge difference that now we're down to a group of people who have have really demonstrated that. Democratic voters are considering them seriously for the presidency in the first couple of debates that we had the stage was so cluttered with people who were essentially Angela these bit players who existed solely to attack other candidates or raise drama retention of various kinds John Delaney who seemed like he was solely there to attack tackle is with Warren and Bernie Sanders Eric's wall well Congressman from California whose sole purpose was to Taunt Joe Biden about being in his late Seventies. We didn't have that in this debate or a lot of it or along so take us into the debate. If you good evening everyone sean thank you for this great. Welcome here in Texas. We are so excited to be here. We're so excited for the debate. I can tell you guys are so you have ten candidates onstage former vice president President Dole Biden Joe Biden the front runner is in the center Senator Bernie Sanders to his left and Right Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren Texas Congressman Spread out across the rest of the stage. You have the folks who are really fighting for a bigger to hold in this race. California's Senator Senator Kamala Harris you have Comma Harris Castro Cory Booker Amy Klobuchar Better Aurora people an Andrew Yang Ladies and gentlemen. We are ten candidates and what we see over the course of almost three hours. This is a real marathon of debate was the candidates not not just sorting themselves in whole rising binary questions the way we saw earlier in the debate season you had them going through really the biggest issues where there is a general democratic consensus on where the country needs to go and then drawing out and refining with their own specific visions are are you didn't hear just straight policy laundry lists the way. I think we heard more of earlier in this process you heard people talking more in depth about subjects like healthcare like guns like trade like foreign wars like race and education this is big stuff in the Democratic Party and when you are atten this phase of the process where they really are looking at a group of people almost any one of whom they might realistically be able to see the president they do you want to hear answers in something of a more sober and thoughtful tone so let's talk about some of the more meaningful moments with that in mind will really the first. I big exchange of the night was over health care about on the campaign trail. You have outlined big differences over how far to go and how fast ago Joe Biden right out of the gate. Are Senators warn in sanders pushing too far beyond we're Democrats want to go and where the country needs to go. That'd be for the voters to to decide that question. Let me tell you what I think. He's asked about the policies of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and he delivers this obviously prepared line alluding alluding to the way Warren talks about her support for single payer. I know that the senator says she's for Bernie. I'm for Barack. I think the obamacare worked worked he questions the practicality of single payer demands to know how they would pay for it. I think we should be in a position of taking a look at what costs are what you you see on. The more progressive side of that exchange is his challengers not giving an inch so let's be clear about healthcare and let's actually start. We're vice president. Did we all know huge debt to President Obama. UC Warren Pivot. I think very fluidly from saying we all owe a huge debt that to Barack Obama but now we need to go beyond that and I believe the best way we can do then is we make sure that everybody gets covered by healthcare. At the lowest possible label cost you see this pretty tense exchange between Biden and Bernie Sanders in the United States of America spending twice as much per capita on on healthcare talks about how the Canadians pay so much less for health care than we do and Biden shoots back in this. I think various were politically traditional this America this is America and sanders does not give an inch America. Still WanNa pay twice as much as other countries and they guarantee healthcare to all people when you don't pay out out of pocket and you don't pay premiums. Maybe you'll run into people love their premiums. I have it. It's been a while since you have had democratic candidates so openly debating to such drastically different views of the healthcare system. It wasn't personal. It wasn't the the kind of theatrical exchange that we saw a couple of moments in the first two rounds of debates but it didn't really get to the heart of what is the question hang over the Biden candidacy. Let's see which is do voters want path back to something that they feel is a happy kind of normalcy to Democrats want to turn back the clock to the Obama Administration which they really liked or do they feel like that was all well and good and now we need to go a good deal for that. We're not gonNA know for Awhile who actually has the better end of that argument but it was a stark and civil and sophisticated display of the differences on the issue that polls still show is the most important one voters healthcare healthcare. What can you say after this exchange about which plan from these three candidates cost more because all three of them are sort of convincingly arguing doing that the other one. Has It all wrong urologic your math. It's not right mind is what's happening here is they are talking about cost in entirely different ways ways. Nobody's yet said how much it's GonNa cost the taxpayer. I hear this large savings. Joe Biden things than telling people that their taxes went up up there are no longer paying premiums to private healthcare companies and so you're actually saving money is not a good bet politically that Americans don't like taxes that to tell people who are making thirty thousand or seventy thousand dollars a year taxes. You're going to go up to pay for your single payer. Healthcare doesn't compute as a political proposition on the Meyde legislation people will doc go into financial road because they suffered with a diagnosis of Cancer Bernie Sanders perspective is and this is a perspective that Elizabeth with Warren spelled out as well is that what Americans care about is how much money is in their bank account at the end of the month and it's just a question of whether they're paying it as taxes taxes the government or whether they're paying it as an insurance company. Is it possible that they're both right since they're doing kind of apples and oranges mathematics here yeah it is what's not possible double is that they're both right that the other person's plan is totally toxic and radioactive their own plan is the obvious way forward. They can't both be right about that but they are. You're essentially sizing up more or less fairly the vulnerabilities on each side. must let's move onto the next moment that you think stood out what was that. I want to turn to the deadly shootings here in this country and you have this really vivid detailed exchange between better aurore and cory booker over gun control on August August third in El Paso Texas two things became crystal clear for me and I think produced a turning point for this country. You have a Roy Moore who has really taken on a different kind of persona as a candidate since the mass shooting and Al Paso last month talking about the scourge of gun violence needing in to go much further than most other. Democrats recommended when we see that being used against children hell yes. We're GONNA take your. Ar Fifteen AK forty the seven requiring Americans who own assault style rifles to give them up to sell them back to the government. I grew up in the suburbs. It was about twenty years ago. Ah I came out of my home when I moved to Inter City Newark New Jersey and witnessed the aftermath of a shooting you then here cory booker not exactly criticizing pushing back. I'm better but explaining that he's taking a different path was the first person to come out four gun licensing they federal gun registry and then sort of gently pushing back on the moral authority that work really claim for himself on the issue and I'm happy that people like better roker showing such courage now but this is what what I'm sorry about. I'm sorry that it had to take issues coming to my neighborhood or personally effecting better to suddenly make us demand change. You've not seen quite quite such a robust democratic debate about what to do on gun control in quite some time that you not that long ago had a real sense across the party not that it was an issue where you had to proceed with caution. You don't hear a lot of folks on that stage saying we should just tighten up the loopholes and background checks and call it a day. You don't have too how many voices saying not so fast right in there wasn't the typical refrain from candidates defending safe gun owners hunters. You know friends neighbors family members use it responsibly. No there's not this sense that the Democrats need to engage in this kind of cultural signalling to the middle of the country that you know. I may want background checks but that I respect your right to own guns X. Y. Z. Everyone up here favors magazine limitations which by the way even Amy Klobuchar.