35 Burst results for "Third Party"

What is a hardware crypto wallet and why should you use one

Kraken Blog

00:32 sec | Last week

What is a hardware crypto wallet and why should you use one

"6 a.m. Thursday, January 19th, 2023. What is a hardware crypto wallet and why should you use one? When it comes to crypto asset security, self custody is unquestionably the safest way to protect your digital wealth. Self custody simply refers to storing and securing, crypto assets by yourself, rather than relying on a third party to do it for you. One of the most effective ways the post what is a hardware crypto wallet and why should you use one appeared first on kraken blog?

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Coinigy Insights

00:21 sec | Last week

Security Disclosure Zendesk

"4 p.m. Thursday, January 19th, 2023. Security disclosure Zendesk as a result, it is possible that our third party support website was possibly in the unstructured logging platform data. However, they mentioned that there is no evidence suggesting that they accessed coin IGY dot Zendesk dot com at any time.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: The Double Standard as Displayed by Hillary Clinton

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: The Double Standard as Displayed by Hillary Clinton

"Just based on my history doing criminal investigations congressman it just sounds kind of odd that a white shoe leather law firm is doing a moving operation from a UPenn think tank I mean I don't know about you I do okay with money but I grew up rather middle class You pay Joe's movers You don't pay Covington and burling a $1000 an hour to move boxes It doesn't make sense Well I'm a country boy Dan When we're moving it's my brother brother in law What is our nephews And the pickup truck I knew we were about the country So yeah I don't get that either And then of course there's this the other thing that I think is just so obvious to so many Americans is the double standard I still remember when secretary Clinton during Benghazi we proposed to her we said look you got 60 some thousand emails We don't want to see the personal ones This is America We have a right to privacy We shouldn't see those We don't want to see those But you know what secretary we don't exactly trust you and share a mills in your legal team to give us what we're entitled to see what we need to do for our investigation How about we do it this way How about we take a neutral third party like a retired federal judge and we have them go through the documents The emails And they'll give us the ones and of course her response was no we can't do that Our lawyers and I will decide and we'll decide which 30,000 get destroyed if you remember That's what she got now Compare that to Trump with what president Trump it wasn't like you and your lawyers get to decide And it wasn't even a neutral third party It's no We're going to show up and we're going to raise your home with CNN helicopters and cameras and everything else That's the other part that I think just so frustrates the American people

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Caller: Making the Case to Move to Puerto Rico

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | Last month

Caller: Making the Case to Move to Puerto Rico

"Thanks for taking my call. I'm no longer Republican. I'm independent now. I've had it with these people in Washington. I'm leaving for Puerto Rico. I'm up in Asia now, similar to it. You don't pay any taxes if you work in Puerto Rico, not federal tax anyway. And this country is going by way, the Roman Empire, endless wars, pedophilia, it's really crazy. I've had it with this country, I used to give to the party for 15, maybe 20 years, but no more independent ever change even if we had a third party. They'd be taken over by the corporations, political contributions they give, there's no end to it. So I want to tell you is pray for this country that's all you can do. Have a good day.

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Victory for NFT, Crypto App Developers as Apple Complies with EU Laws

CryptoCurrencyWire

00:48 sec | Last month

Victory for NFT, Crypto App Developers as Apple Complies with EU Laws

"4 p.m. Wednesday, December 21st, 2022. Victory for NFT, crypto app developers as Apple complies with EU laws. Following the new anti monopoly law of the European Union, Apple intends to allow apps from third party app stores to operate on its devices, which could mean significant gains for developers of NFT and cryptocurrency apps in the Europe region. A Bloomberg report released on December 13th, 2022, stated that European customers can install substitute apps, continue reading victory for NFT, crypto app developers as Apple complies with EU laws. The post victory for NFT, crypto app developers, as Apple complies with EU laws appeared first on cryptocurrency wire

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IRS Delays 600 Crypto Tax Threshold, Citing Need To Clarify Conditions Before Rollout

The Daily Hodl

00:42 sec | Last month

IRS Delays 600 Crypto Tax Threshold, Citing Need To Clarify Conditions Before Rollout

"9 p.m. Sunday, December 25th, 2022 IRS delays 600 crypto tax threshold, citing need to clarify conditions before rollout. The Internal Revenue Service IRS is delaying rolling out its new 600 reporting threshold for third party settlements, saying that more clarity is needed before it can kick off. In a new press release, the IRS says that due to the moratorium, third party settlement businesses will no longer be required to report transactions in 2022 that. The post IRS delays 600 crypto tax threshold, citing need to clarify conditions before rollout appeared first on the daily HODL

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Razorfist Dissects the State of Arizona Elections

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Razorfist Dissects the State of Arizona Elections

"Arizona ever going to be a normal political state? The future of elections in your state rays of his tell me about it. Oh God, at this point, I call it the absolute state of Arizona. But no, I actually, the fact that even got to the point where it's an actual court case. Yeah. Frankly is already exceeding my expectations. I expected it to be thrown out by some activist judge. The fact that they're even hearing it. Now granted, they did throw out the signature match provision or that portion of the lawsuit for absolutely absurd reasons. I mean, just over latches, essentially. This is the catch 22 that they get you in. If you file your lawsuit too far ahead of time, will the election hasn't taken place yet, you have no standing. If you file it after the fact, oh, well, there was too much of a delay, so that's latches. So we have to throw it out on that basis. So your damned if you do, if you don't, Trump ran into that problem in 2020. After that election, incidentally, then we're throwing things out based on latches and standing. Same old thing, right? But we are clearly seeing that there is some meat on the bone here. And every single day that this is actually out in public is definitely not a good day. Of course, they have the local rag, the Arizona republic. Which at this point made him as well rename itself, the people's republic. They're downplaying every documented instance of electoral fraud. We were all assured does not exist at Mach speed. I mean, these guys are like the Iraqi information minister at this point, in day one of the trial that the republic assured us all would not be granted in the first place, we learned that Maricopa County hired a third party entity called run back. Right. To count ballots off site in an explicit violation of Arizona election law.

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Kari Lake Is Having Her Election Challenge Heard in a Public Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | Last month

Kari Lake Is Having Her Election Challenge Heard in a Public Trial

"Let's get into the most urgent news right now Kerry Lake and her legal team are in court. A judge has allowed the Kerry Lake election challenges to proceed to court. She put forward ten election challenges two of them have now been allowed to be heard in a trial format. Now, this is a very quick trial. This is a lot of information compressed in a short period of time. Because of that, Kerry Lake's legal team decided not to call Katie Hobbs to the stand, which was an interesting legal strategy, but I suppose with the limited time they have, they just don't want someone to take the 5th the entire time. Steven richer, the Maricopa County recorder just testified and confirmed that chain of custody was broken. He said all ballots that are delegated to a third party or a location are in defiance of Arizona election law. Steven richer also said under oath that he did not involve himself, donates or was engaged in the creation of a super PAC against Carrie Lake. Let's try to get that information, by the way. To fact check Stephen Richard. Did Stephen Richard just lie under oath? Let's get that information. He said that was absolutely false.

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New York Banks Need Crypto Business Permission

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:59 min | Last month

New York Banks Need Crypto Business Permission

"Adam is gonna take us to New York for a bit of news, a crypto regulation, and take it away. Indeed, thank you, Zach. So yeah, so our first story today comes from the state of New York where the department of financial services has laid down some new restrictions and rules on what banks need to do before they can interact with cryptocurrency. According to the guidance, banks registered in the state will need to seek regulatory permission from the department 90 days before they get involved with the new asset class, even if it's through a third party. The banks will need to submit business plans and operating models as well as who they think their customer is and how they intend to approach them. This applies to all services, including crypto transmission, custody, buying, and selling. Again, even through a third party. This isn't the first time that we've seen really pretty strict rules like this come out of the state of New York. I would say that this is actually kind of what the state of New York has become known for in the crypto industry over the last dozen years. But it is kind of, I think these are the most strict requirements that we've seen so far. Zach, I'll kick it back to you. You paid a lot of attention to stories like these during your time at coin desk. What's your kind of read on this as it fits into the history of things? Yeah, I mean, New York with the pit licenses has always been pretty aggressive in seeking to regulate crypto firms. Sometimes to much consternation among the crypto community. There's a lot of people from the olden days who say that New York really drove out a lot of its crypto firms without good cause. So the fact that they're sort of ramping up this, I think makes sense is in keeping with past steps from this particular state regulator. And I think it also comes as banks are looking to figure out how to serve this asset class to their customers, right? We saw a lot of news out of nig working with smaller banks to position crypto basically savings accounts within both local banks and credit unions across the country, certain banks have experimented with that. I think that was certainly a function of when interest in Bitcoin was significantly higher than it is right now. So we're not hearing a ton on that front, but it would make sense that in response to some of those news stories that have come out. The regulator is seeking a pretty rigorous set of rules by which these banks need to follow.

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How Do We Hold Twitter Accountable For This?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | Last month

How Do We Hold Twitter Accountable For This?

"You were one of the leading voices and judicial watch was one of the only organizations to uncover the nonsense around Russia gate. I believe it was your lawsuit that actually got us the Peter struck stroke smirk text messages. I could be wrong, but I know you guys were involved in some of the discovery there and some of the foia requests. But the same blueprint, the same behavior that they used for Russia gate, seems that they now used for Twitter gate in 2020, which is we are going to use the intelligence agencies to then have third party actors, whether it be Perkins cooey, whether it be a dossier, whatever it might be, they're still calling the shots, but they do it a step removed. So Tom, failure to hold people accountable for what they did with Russia gate. I think is directly correlated with this behavior that we saw with Twitter. Yeah, and in this case, you had the Trump administration kind of taking a step back. And it does go back to Russia date. Because the Trump administration or folks within the Trump administration were scared as a result of the ferocious attack on Trump over 2016 in his election. And they bought into hook line and sinker in the idea that the Russians colluded and interfered in our election and a substantial material way. And in response to that, they took it upon themselves to police the Internet. And start evidently here targeting Americans for censorship through Twitter and such. And so these are deep state actors who made up crap against president Trump. And then use the resulting political blowback to continue to censor Americans they didn't like. And one of the dangers is that it's escalated that they did it on the sly in 2020, but now they're doing it in a forthright manner under the Biden administration where you have The White House calling in the heads of these big tech companies and being quite blatant in brazen in asking them to censor Americans about issues that get in the way of their political agenda.

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Would You Support a Third or Fourth Political Party?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:17 min | Last month

Would You Support a Third or Fourth Political Party?

"What if, what if we were to have another political party? An incredibly strong political party. I don't know what America first political party. Now the argument would be, well, yeah, Todd, yeah, but you know what, at that point, you're just handing it to the Democrat you're just giving it to the Democrats. But isn't that what we are doing now? There is so much frustration. So much anxiety with the Republican Party among our listing audience. And I'm wondering, even if we were to lose as a third party or maybe maybe there's a fourth party. Maybe all of you Democrats out there, you don't like the direction your party's going in, which is the progressive, you're going beyond the progressive part straight to communism. And I've got to believe that there are some Democrats out there who still love America. They still love capitalism. Their beliefs are wackadoodle, but at least they love America. There's got to be some of you out there, and you see the direction your party is going. So maybe there's room for multiple parties in America. Why is it? Why is it the Republicans in the Democrats should get the monopoly on the political parties? Have you really thought about this?

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Caller: Other Republicans Should Have Backed Herschel Walker

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Caller: Other Republicans Should Have Backed Herschel Walker

"You think part of the reason people in Georgia sat home on Tuesdays, you know, unless I miss unless I didn't hear the news, governor Kemp, what he should have done, he should have gone through his good old boy network that he has throughout the state and say, hey, what you did for me do for Herschel walker on December 6th. But I'll bet he didn't do it because he probably associated walker with Trump and he is a never trumper and but he did. But he did campaign for Herschel Walker. He did? Yes. I mean, he did. He was out there campaigning. Yeah, he did. I mean, it was a little bit late, but he was there. He was out there campaigning. And so yeah, so I guess you didn't know that, but Jeff, to your point, yes, there are Republicans who have deep disdain for Donald Trump. There's a whole bunch of never Trump Republicans around and they're getting worse. They think Trump is over. They think and incidentally, believe me, just like we, for 7 years, reports of Trump's political demise are dramatically exaggerated, okay? I mean, they're already worried about a third party effort by this neutral, I don't want to bore you with this, but believe me, the mainstream media still reporting on the potential return of Trump in 2024. Now, that doesn't mean we can ignore that all the key Senate endorsements that he had lost and I'm not going to ignore that. I don't think it's because all because of Trump, but something's going on.

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Top 10 Blockchain Oracles in 2022: Which Oracles are Dominating the Market?

CoinCentral

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Top 10 Blockchain Oracles in 2022: Which Oracles are Dominating the Market?

"3 p.m. Thursday, October 20th, 2022. Top ten blockchain oracles in 2022, which oracles are dominating the market. A blockchain Oracle is a third party platform that bridges smart contracts with the outside world and vice versa. Most of these platforms use network oracles who search, query, verify, and retrieve real world data to smart contracts running decentralized applications depths, some other use APIs application programming interface. Generally, oracles are incentivized using the platform's native. The post top ten blockchain oracles in 2022 which oracles are dominating the market appeared first on coin central

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Kathleen Madigan Wants the Wheels of Justice to Move Faster on Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:20 min | 2 months ago

Kathleen Madigan Wants the Wheels of Justice to Move Faster on Trump

"Was going to say, you know, stuff that Donald Trump, we how many, how many years have we been making fun of Donald Trump? And yet there is something sad and hilarious, but also kind of terrifying about him declaring for president again. How did you feel about that whole thing? Well, let me put in the context of my Missouri and Tennessee, my friends that are Trump fans. Oh my God. They've all moved on. Yeah. They moved on to desantis. They moved on to Ron, because they think that he's like more presentable. I would say, which I don't disagree with. I think if we're going to say is which person is crazy, we're going to go with Donald, like which person you may disagree with everything Ron DeSantis says, but he doesn't seem like a lunatic. Yeah. It just seems like he seems like somebody you could sit down with and say, hey, a, B, and C and you're going to get DE and F back. Instead of Trump going, I don't care. I don't know. You tell me you're an idiot. I think they seem to be happy. I don't even think he really cares. I think he's just going to go over. I really seriously no kidding. I think at this point it's about merch. Yeah. He's become he's become a road comic. That's why now it's maga, because now they have to buy a new hat, right? Make America great and glorious, again. Well, glorious. I go, oh, that's going to be hard. That was going to be a lot of misspellings. I feel like a struggle. A lot of rally starts to say glare is. Yeah, I think it wants to do the rallies to raise money and sell merch. Yeah. Well, Travis and I have a dream that we could get the trifecta. He will be indicted in prison and run third party. So there are still, you know. Possibilities. We can have it all. Yeah. Yeah. You guys are very, very hopeful, I see. Yeah. I don't I've lost faith in the, I know the wheels of justice move slowly, but I don't understand how you can orchestrate and then say ready set go to attack on the capitol and then you get to run again. Right. That's why people lose faith in all this. There doesn't seem to be repercussions. Maybe there will be, like, my dad was a lawyer to judge at all that. He goes, give it time. I'm like, you'll be dead, Dan. How much time are we talking about?

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John Fugelsang's Terrifying Trump Presidential Campaign Theory

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

John Fugelsang's Terrifying Trump Presidential Campaign Theory

"Have a terrifying theory. It's not really funny. What if Trump is doing this, knowing that a candidacy won't keep him safe from any kind of prosecution knowing he has no immunity as a mere candidate. But what if his overall game is to get as many delegates as he can, hold the entire GOP hostage, and before conceding and throwing his support to desantis, extracting a promise for a pardon? Could make a lot of sense. And that might be why he's doing that. Well, Travis and I have a dream because some listeners said, would you rather have an indicted Trump or third party run Trump, and we, big thinkers here, said, why can't we have both? Dream big. Indicted in prison and a third party run, it could happen. I do know he would run to prison. Oh yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And by the way, Ron DeSantis is never going to be more popular than he is now. I've been saying for a long time, Ron DeSantis is a greater threat to everything we care about in America than Donald Trump. Trump has done like disco, my Friends. It's just, he can still hurt people, but he can't appoint more judges. He's not going to be able to set more policy. So I think as awful as Ron DeSantis is, now begins the beautiful period of people listening to Ron DeSantis give speeches and say, is that it? That's their savior. He's a terrible speaker. He's a terrible debater. Yeah. Terrible human being. Terrible Christian. So, you know, he's really popular among the people who have been wrong about everything this entire century so far. So we actually the threat I've heard Trump will make is that they don't have a primary at all, right? Either they coronate him. Found him or he'll go third party, right? Yeah, the hilt demand they don't have a primary. Let him try. There will be Republicans who run against him. And by the way, those Republicans will still get votes, Trump's only leverages threatening third party. That's the only way he can really hurt Mitch McConnell, because at the end of the day, the Trump supporters are going to vote GOP no matter

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Darren Beattie: The Chain of Command Holding Jan. 6 Bomber Tapes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Darren Beattie: The Chain of Command Holding Jan. 6 Bomber Tapes

"The January 6th committee we're talking to Darren Beatty from revolver dot news about a story about the January 6th bomber that continuing mystery here The January 6th committee clearly trying to manipulate the election This is nothing to do with getting to the bottom of anything They found it necessary Darren to play video of senator Josh hawley a Republican running away from their insurrectionists or whatever which is interesting because they said he was colluding with them So why would he be running away from them So they did that to embarrass and humiliate him but you're so right You have the money shot of a bomber trying to take out the first African American black vice president of the United States This is amazing This is like this is incredible You have this incredible opportunity to black Americans should be clear on that And you just blow the opportunity because if it doesn't it makes zero sense Yes It makes zero sense unless there's a major cover up involved And I'm absolutely convinced that there is a cover up And you know what If the regime if the corrupt elements of the Biden regime the national security states military intelligence VHS FBI all of these elements that may have been involved in this operation If they're going to say that we're wrong if they're going to say everything was fined and they have a very very clear way to do that to prove that Release this footage release this footage and when we get in in the midterms we need to demand the chain of custody of that footage because we know it went from the DNC to the FBI to the public Who are the names of the people who are responsible for handling the tape Did they give it to a third party multimedia contractor to edit or do anything with before it was prepared to release to the public

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Orlando Democrat Blows Whistle on Alleged Ballot Harvesting Scheme

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Orlando Democrat Blows Whistle on Alleged Ballot Harvesting Scheme

"I want to cover this next story really in a descriptive way. I'm describing a very important article in just the news, just the news is a journalistic site that is run by John Solomon, a well respected reporter and journalist. And here he is reporting on a democratic whistleblower in Orlando, who has filed an official complaint. With the Orlando election integrity office, this is an office set up to investigate election offenses, and she describes a in her detailed account a long running. I'm not quoting a long running widespread ballot harvesting operation in the African American communities in politically important Central Florida. Now, as this woman's name is Cynthia Harris, she's African American herself. She's the former Orange County commissioner. And she's filed a sworn affidavit. What is she saying? She's saying the Democrats have an organized operation in Central Florida to collect third party ballots and influence, if not determine who those ballots are voted for. She also says that in this scheme, the activists are paid $10. You'll remember that number from 2000 mules, $10 for every ballot that they collect. She goes on to say that a lot of people don't believe that this is going on because it typically doesn't go on in affluent suburban communities. So the way she describes it and by the way, John Salomon also has a video interview with her, which you can see adjusts the news dot com. She in a very credible way says, listen, you know, if you don't think this is going on, it's because it's in your type of community, it may not be happening, but in my type of community in the inner city, this has been going on for a long time.

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Robert Cahaly: In Polls, Undecided Voters Are Shifting to Republicans

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Robert Cahaly: In Polls, Undecided Voters Are Shifting to Republicans

"And there was kind of a pump and dump with a lot of the mainstream media and university posters back in August of September. And what I tell people is it's significant that even though they were showing these major gaps, those Republicans pinned 20 points behind the Democrat incumbents, none of them were above 50. And so if you look at what's really happened is that the underside and the third party have all consolidated around the Republican. So they're acting like there's been this massive shift from people from the left to the right, but in actuality they put a lot of people in the center who didn't belong there. And so there were some of who had made up their minds. But it was never there was never share where they were winning all these races about ten points. There were stairs where they were winning a by four, or 5 points, and Matt fright, I think this was kind of led, you know, Lee atwater talked about defining moments. And I feel like wawa and Pennsylvania was a huge one there when those kids just kind of ransacked the place and just uptick and more and more of this lawless violence and the soccer punches and just we're inundated with it and people get no cash bail and it's just moved economy and crime almost equal in most states and most of the Democrats for a weakness has been on crime. And so that's why I think it's been so significant because that's where they will weaken.

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"third party" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

06:41 min | 4 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Argument

"Hi, I'm Megan lorem, the director of photography at The New York Times. A photograph can do a lot of different things. It can connect us. It can bring us to places we've never been before. It can capture a story in a universal visual language, but one thing that all these photographs have in common is that they don't just come out of the ether. We spend a lot of time anticipating news stories, working with the best photographers across the globe. These are photographers who have spent years mastering their technical craft, developing their skills as visual chroniclers of our world. You know, getting certified as a scuba diver and learning how to shoot underwater to document climate change or tremendous cardiovascular training in order to ski on the slopes next to Olympic athletes. This is an effort that takes tons of time and consideration and resources. All of this is possible only because of New York Times subscribers. If you're not a subscriber yet, you can become one at NY times dot com slash subscribe. So we have two microphones here. If you have questions, they must be questions. They can not just be statements. A question ends like this and has a question mark in it. Let's start over here. Hi. I just wanted to ask, what would you say to voters who fear that voting third party is essentially throwing away your vote? I've heard that a lot. And what would you say to someone who's fearful of losing their vote, especially in a two party system? I'll take this question. So the fact is that there are, again, 90% of districts around the country where you know who's going to win anyway. So if anyone's making you throw your vote away right now, it's a two party system enforcing the current anti competitiveness. But the second thing is that we should all be fighting for rank choice voting so we can all vote for whomever we want and then no one has to ever waste their vote ever again. And when you take that to your elected leaders say, hey, why don't we switch to this more modern voting system that, by the way, rewards moderation, collegiality, women in underrepresented minorities? Listen to what they say. Because that is what is keeping us from being able to actually vote the way we want. And then no one will ever waste their vote again. So I just have a quick little blurb. I'm an election poll worker. So I would encourage everybody to do that. This election. My question would be, I guess, with regarding election reform since it costs so much to run for office with the forward party or any other parties involved. How do you think that would change regarding people running for office and if it would encourage more opportunities for people that can't afford to do so? We have to get money out of politics, the extent possible. I'm attending something to overturn citizens united. Is it doable? Maybe. Looking at a constitutional amendment. I'm personally for things like democracy dollars that put resources in people's hands so that they can get behind candidates that they like. But the single best way to help candidates rise up is to create a truly open system, because right now, if you go to one of the two major parties, you know, the first thing they'll ask you, how much money can you raise? Your question? Oh, yes, two quick questions. First, do you worry about the drain of some of the most reasonable people from both other parties, what the effect of that might be? And then secondly, what about getting offices reclassified as nonpartisan like Dan sadder Berg that kind of attorney in Seattle got his prosecutor's office. It's now an nonpartisan office. And we could do that for lots of local offices. Let me take the first question. You take the second one. And it goes to a very fundamental principle about the drain of rational voters from the two major parties. Those voters are available to those parties. And the new party movement does not need to apologize if it is attractive to those voters. Because what is a reflection of is that those voters are disaffected by the major parties. And so the greatest success of the new party movement in the United States might be to strengthen the two major parties that expand their coalition, understand, I mean, that statistically this is remarkable. We live our elections on the razor edge. Which party is going to get 51 to 49. Imagine a party that says, hey, how do we expand our tent to get 60%? Only a national politics is half a tent considered a Big Ten, right? The party that says, oh, we have a couple of moderates now we're a big tent. No, you're not. You're a 50% party. So I think one of the things that has wrestled with in the new party movement is this very question. There shouldn't be guilt for attracting people to your movement. The guilt should be among the major parties that lose those voters for failing to speak to. But to your point about nonpartisan offices, heck yes, the more offset that can be reclassified in that way is an enormous win. The party see the power of what you're saying, which is if we can make school board and county commission districts, partisan races as opposed to nonpartisan races, we can get voters to behave in a different way. A great academic study in the last 20 years says we're playing this left right analysis completely wrong that what we've actually created is our two tribes. And you can see it in today's Republican Party. The emergence of conservatism to the Tea Party to angry populism didn't create attrition in the Republican Party. The tribes stayed together. It wasn't a left right conviction. It was a tribalism conviction. And so Republicans and Democrats, particularly Republicans today say, if we can make our most local races partisan races, we can excite that tribe to win races. Well, it looks like our time is up. David Andrew, thank you so much for joining me. And thank you to the Texas tribune for having us. Thank you, James. Andrew Yang is a former candidate for president in 2020 and candidate for mayor of New York City in 2021. He is co chair of the forward party. David jolly is a former congressman, an executive chairman of the serve America movement, which merged with the forward party. This conversation was recorded at the 2022 Texas tribune festival. You can learn more at trip fest dot org. The argument is a production of New York Times opinion. It's produced by Phoebe let the Chaka derba and Derek Arthur. Edited by Alison burjak and annabelle bacon. With original music by Isaac Jones and pat mccusker and mixing by pat mccusker. Fact checking by Kate Sinclair, Michelle Harris, and Mary march locker. Audience strategy by Shannon busta was editorial support from Christina Sami luski.

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"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I was talking in the last segment about how the Greeks were disabled of three of their best fighters. Agamemnon and Odysseus and also diomedes. And this really leaves only two prominent fighters on the Greek side, not counting, of course, Achilles, who is still sulking and refusing to enter the battle, and the two are menelaus, the husband of Helen, but then most prominently Ajax, so iOS. This is the second best fighter for the Greeks and essentially the way Homer describes it Ajax is almost single handedly holding off the Trojans. He's not fighting alone, but he's the most prominent fighter. At one point, Hector comes face to face with ayos and the exchange taunts and insults with each other, but they don't actually engage. See, so the fight between Hector and is postponed. To a later book in the Iliad. Now, the Greeks are taking a beating, and so a suit say are named talc, recognizing the desperation of the situation, begins to sort of Aegon the Greeks. Now this is talc as a kind of a forecaster or a sort of prophet. But Homer tells us that although talc is walking around, egging on the Greeks. That in reality, it is the God Poseidon. So Poseidon is now, in a sense, disguised as chalcis or putting if the words into chalcis mouth. Talc is mount. And so this is firing up the Greeks. And so the Greeks are able to the counter attack and they're able to push the Trojans back momentarily. The Trojans who are right now at the wall and I'll say a word about the wall in a second, the Trojans are at the wall, but they regroup. They pull back to sort of regroup for a moment. And interestingly, agamemnon, who is watching this action, is very demoralized. Interestingly, agamemnon doesn't know that the Greeks have had a sort of second wind and the Greeks are pushing the Trojans back, agamemnon thinks in fact he's told by a messenger that the Trojans are at the wall. And he's even told that the Trojans have made a breach in the wall. I'll point out in a moment how this breach is done by sarpedon, and interestingly agamemnon for the third time in the Iliad, basically says that's it. We've got to quit. We're out of here. Tonight we got to get on our ships and go home. And agamemnon now is besieged. Both by diomedes. I know this here. By the way, wounded themselves. And they go, you can go if you want, but we're going to we haven't come all this way. We haven't fought all this hard to quit now. And so agamemnon is talked out of it by talked out of retreat and quitting by both Odysseus and by diomedes. Now let's talk about the wall. There's the Trojan wall, which is the wall that protects Troy, the kind of on a hill Troy protected from the ascent of Greek fighters, very difficult to get to Troy because of the wall. And but the Greeks have built their own wall near the sea. And the wall is aimed at protecting the Greek ships. And the wall is so high that it's actually impossible for a human being to climb over it. The only way to get through the wall is to smash it or to make a hole in it or to break through the wall. Hector knows this. And so does Hector's one of his main fighters. As we'll see sarpedon makes the breach in the wall, Hector ultimately smashes the wall and the Trojans come right through and begin the dreaded process of burning the burning the Greek ships. Now, before you get to the Greek wall, there is a moat. So the Greeks have taken a lot of precautions they've dug a deep ditch and there's water in it. So you have to cross the moat, then climb the wall. So this is no easy task. But sarpedon, a valiant fighter, not from Troy, but one of the adjoining cities is able to create the first breach, and then says Homer Hector picks up a rock. And Homer says something very interesting about this rock. He basically says, he says that this is a rock. Quote, Hector scooped up a stone, a massive boulder. It would have taken two men to heave it onto a cart more than two as men are now, but Hector handled it easily alone. So here's hallmark kind of implying that in the current day, which is Homer's own day, the 8th century, men are not as strong as they used to be in the time when men interacted with gods and the heroic age, Homer implies, you know, here's Hector. He's able to pick up a rock easily. And smash the wall and two men today and Homer's own day wouldn't be able to do that. They wouldn't even be able to pick The Rock up and put it on a cart. So this is Homer. Again, appealing to the kind of not the good old days so much as the days when human beings were, you may almost say slightly more than human. Subscribe to the dinesh d'souza podcast on Apple, Google, and Spotify. Or watch on rumble, YouTube, and Salem now dot com.

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"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"802 four 6 8 7 51. That's 802 four 6 8 7 51 I'll go to balance of nature dot com and use discount code America. I'm continuing my discussion of the longest day in the Iliad, a day that continues for multiple books, really all the way till about book. 14 and the way that the day begins Zeus. Comes to Hector and he says to the Trojan warrior Hector, that I'm going to put strength into you. But what I want you to do is wait for agamemnon to be wounded. And to fall back from the battle and then I want you to rush in and you will have, in a sense, uninterrupted glory. So this is exactly what Hector does. Hector heeds the advice of Zeus. He hangs back a little bit. And then we see the aristea, the kind of glorious display of the fighting prowess of agamemnon, agamemnon is out there, he's performing valiantly, he's doing really well, and then sure enough, just as Zeus predicted, he gets wounded. And here is our home we're describes this. Agamemnon continued his killing rampage with spear sword and chunks of rock. This is basically how they fight spear, sword and pick up a rock. As long as blood flowed warm from the wound, now here's agamemnon, even though he's wounded, he's fighting on. He doesn't stop. He keeps going. And Homer says, as long as blood flowed warm from the wound, agamemnon persists, but but now quoting, but when the wound dried and the blood caked, the pain set in needling and sharp. And then we get one of Homer's analogies or similes, Homer has beautiful similes all the way through the Iliad. As if he were a woman in labor struggling with the stabbing pain. So Homer compares the agony of agamemnon as the wound dries with labor pains. And what is agamemnon do now, he's not he's not fatally wounded, but what he does is he has to retreat. From battle. And as he retreats Hector is now seizing his opportunity and he's going to jump into battle. Now, interestingly, Homer compounds the difficulties faced by the Greeks by showing that two of the other great Greek warriors. Namely diomedes and Odysseus, also get wounded. So here is Odysseus. And he is fighting bravely, but he gets stabbed and so he has to pull back. It's not a fatal wound. In fact, a Homer makes the observation that a God, Athena, deflects the wound, so it doesn't get through to Odysseus vital organs, it does hurt him. And so he's unable to continue, but again, he's not so fatally wounded. I mentioned earlier on that somehow wounds in the Iliad tend to be mild or they kill you. They don't Homer doesn't really go in the middle. And then as for diomedes, he is shot through the ankle through the foot by Paris. When Paris drew the arrowhead back to the grip released the shaft and scored a hit the arrow passing through the instep of diomedes right foot and sticking in the ground and then Paris laughs and taunts diomedes, basically saying, hey, I gotcha. And then diomedes has a very interesting response. He basically taunts back. He says to Paris, you sissy curly haired pimp, so this is diomedes is contempt for Paris and is not just contempt because Paris is a kind of pretty boy and a kind of a womanizer. He goes, this is diomedes. Why don't you come down and fight me man to man and see how far your bow and arrow gets you. So here is diomedes implying that a bow and arrow is kind of an effeminate weapon. It's for girly boys. The bow and arrow is something you use when you're far away and you fire an arrow into somebody as opposed to meeting them hand to hand combat and taking a risk yourself. And then says diabetes, you're boasting because you scratched my foot and diomedes and sits down and he pulls the arrow out of his foot, but of course that creates an intense pain and diabetes is unable to walk. So it says Homer says he limped onto his chariot and told the driver to head for the ship. So notice now that not only has agamemnon, the leader of the expedition been wounded, but also Odysseus and also diabetes, the Greeks in a sense have lost or temporarily lost three of their best fighters.

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The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"A an air force veteran herself and this organization has raised over $6 million assisting over 5000 veterans. And here's the best part on a 2% operating budget. This is awesome. An organization that really puts the money to help the veterans. Hey, Gretchen, welcome to the podcast. I got to say, I feel like I know you, but only through social media because it seems like every day you post and it's very effective because you'll post a particular case of a particular veteran family that's been evicted or that needs medical care. And you have a dollar amount associated with that. And so I guess it enables people to feel like they're helping particular individuals who are in need and I really can't think of a better cause. So say a word about why you found it code of vets and how the organization operates. Absolutely, thanks the niche for having me on code of X is actually a very unique organization. We operate purely on social media platforms, raising awareness about the veterans issues throughout the country and right now they're staggering. The inspiration four K to vets is my dad's sergeant Danny smiley. He was a Vietnam combat vet airborne infantry and he lost his battle with PTSD. So I wanted to do something to honor my dad's life and his service. His life mattered. And so I started a Twitter page and I started talking about dad's journey from a daughter's perspective, but also as a veteran as well. And it just really resonated with the veteran community and it took off right away. And it just organically evolved into a 5 O one. So we operate in real time. That's what makes us unique. My partner, doctor CD Walter, is betting the vets and their needs behind the scenes. And then when they're ready, she sends them to me and I post them one at a time. Out on the platforms and we raise money. And as the funds are flowing in and again, it's been over $6 million. I am all day every day sending that money out to veterans that are in crisis. Veterans who are homeless sitting in their car in a motel, couch surfing, veterans with eviction notices. You name it. We're assisting veterans in every state of across the country. And it's just a great way a unique way to assist veterans and to let them know that, hey, we got your back in the moment that you need it the most. Gretchen, you mentioned a moment ago right before he went on the air that this has been an escalating need. Is that because of just the Biden economy, the fact that there's more economic stress and inflation or are there other factors that are putting vets in especially vulnerable position? Right now it is the inflation. It is just crushing our veterans, especially our at risk veterans and their families who are already on Vash head vouchers. So you can imagine that they are already living paycheck to paycheck, penny, penny, and this inflation is just, it's crippling for them. So our numbers, we had a record month in the month of July. I just got the numbers in this morning. And I've never seen anything like it. I'm still processing. We had 1610 veterans apply for help in the month of July dinesh. Last July, we had roughly 600. So that tells you what this economy is looking like right now. I just, I'm floored by these numbers. We can not wrap around each one in every of these bats. We just don't have that kind of funding. So we're just going to continue to focus on one at a time, assist as many as we can, and right now we're narrowing the scope to our homeless in our eviction cases because there's so many of them. We have 463 veterans in the month of July who are either being evicted or are already homeless. Those numbers are just, I'm floored by these numbers, dinesh, and it is, it's violence economy, 100%. I mean, does this mean in a sense that although we keep hearing politicians and the U.S. government in effect say we owe a duty to our veterans, we will never let them down, but it appears like they are not as a country. We're not doing enough for our vets and is that why private organizations like yours have to kind of step into the breach. Absolutely. Our veterans are being felled on multiple levels. And again, I want to go back to these vouchers. The rent across the country has exploded because of inflation. And the vouchers and D.C. is aware that of these rental increases. And they are not doing anything to increase the vouchers themselves. So therefore, the veteran is responsible for that rent gap. They can not absorb these level of increases on their limited budgets and we have elderly veterans who are being evicted. They are unlimited permanent income. It's just unbelievable what our veterans are going through right now dinesh. I've never seen anything at this level. We are creating a whole new level of homelessness right now because of the inflation because of this push for clean energy. We're pushing veterans out of the street by thousands and thousands. And you said, Gretchen, that you have a system where veterans kind of apply for aid, but you're able to sort of verify which ones that they really need it. So you're able to deploy funds where it's most needed, correct? Yes, we're triaging our cases, code events dot com is the place for our veterans to go and apply for help.

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The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:28 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Here we are, August 1st, where did the July go? I mean, I were just saying, man, somehow time just, I don't know if this is just because we're older, honey, the time goes faster when you're young and we're thinking about our summers when we were kids, it lay like lasted forever. It never seemed to end. In fact, the day never seemed to end. I don't know what's going on, but every single day I think this may be what Einstein means by the principle of relativity. In other words, time is related to your perception of time and it depends on your perspective. It depends on where you are. Anyway, here we are in August and August is also the month in which we have the Wyoming Republican primary. And that means it looks like zhao do Liz Cheney. She is on her way out and everybody kind of knows it. CNN knows it. ABC News knows it based on a recent report, the federalist knows it based on a recent article. These are conversations that these media outlets are having with people in Wyoming and they're stopping random people at like, well in the case of the federalist was the midsummer cowboy festival. Liz Cheney, by the way, made a kind of cami or appearance and then rushed off to do her quote important January 6th committee work. But the woman who hung out and spent a lot of time at the festival was her opponent. This is. Harriet hagerman, who is leading Liz Cheney by, let's see, 25 points, 25 to 30 points depending on which poll you consult. And even Liz Cheney seems to kind of recognize that she's done because she said recently on CNN quote, if I have to choose between maintaining a seat in the House of Representatives or protecting the constitutional republic, look at this woman's grand illusions or delusions. And ensuring the American people know the truth about Donald Trump, I'm going to choose the constitution and truth every single day. So this is basically a politician who has, well, it's not just that she's lost her political marbles. I think what's happened is she has alienated herself so completely that her career move now is to seek opportunities in a completely different direction. She's looking to see, you know, what can the Democrats offer me? What can the liberal billionaires offer me? Is there a presidency of a college that's open that I could move into as a kind of voice of truth? So Liz Cheney, I think is going to make a departure from Republican politics. Now, for a while, she'll still be useful to the left because she'll has to have the kind of tag Republican next door name, even though the vast, vast majority of Republicans nationwide, but also in Wyoming, consider her, well, what do they consider her? When you look at the interviews with Wyoming heights, is that the way you say it, they emphasize two things. One, she's a hypocrite, and do she's a fraud and three she's a traitor. So she's a hypocrite because she is pretending to be motivated by noble things. And in fact, what is she doing? She's selling out her own district. So in other words, she's been elected. Let's think about it. She's a representative. It's a House of Representatives. You're supposed to represent the values and interests of your constituency. Is Liz Cheney doing that? Manifestly no. In fact, she almost now has a kind of hidden loathing for her constituency. You buffoons, you know, you don't understand that I'm your enlightened paid piper leading you. Why aren't you following me? And people have no intention of doing that. The way that Wyoming ice put it is that they basically say that she's lost touch with Wyoming. She's become a creature of D.C.. And that's one way to put it. This guy, Maria well, Maria lamke, an accountant 25 year resident of Cheyenne, says about Harriet Hagen, Liz Cheney's opponent, she's from Wyoming. Obviously, Liz Cheney is also from Wyoming, but I think the point is that Harriet hagerman lives in Wyoming and represents Wyoming. She's grew up on a ranch, a hundred miles from Cheyenne. She now lives in the capital. And she and so she is a creature of Wyoming. Now Liz Cheney has a residence in Jackson, but she also has the residents in Northern Virginia, and that's really where she seems to spend her time. And that's where she seems to take her political cues. Harry Hagan has been essentially combing the stage. She traveled 36,000 miles, but Liz Cheney when she shows up in Wyoming, she generally meets with reporters by and large the media. She knows she can count on a kind of friendly media, but she doesn't face her own constituents. And you can see why George Hoff a 22 year resident of Cheyenne says the January 6th committee is quote a farce and a waste of taxpayer money, quote, I think they beat that drum until it died. And then, of course, he repeats when she goes over to the Potomac. She forgets about Wyoming. Interestingly, Cheney has also been booted. She's lost her seat on the House natural resources committee. I mean, think about it. This is Wyoming. It's all about natural resources and House minority leader, Kevin McCarthy has said if the Republicans take the house, or either way, if hagerman replaces Cheney, he will back her request to be on the natural resources committee. So it looks like Wyoming doesn't really have a representative right now, at least one of their representatives Liz Cheney has sort of fled the coop as they say, flown the coop. But let's hope that with the primary coming up this month, Liz Cheney will be will have a replacement who will do more to represent her in this case. Hagman's constituents. Are you watching your

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"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

07:19 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

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So go to relief factor dot com, feel the difference. I've talked before on the podcast about the plight of guy, one of the January 6th defendants, in fact, this is a guy who today will be the 1st January 6th trial defendant to be sentenced. And that was the first guy who took his case to trial. Now, did he win his case? No, he was in front of a completely unsympathetic judge. An equally unsympathetic jury, I've raised before and others have. The question of whether this is even a jury of your peers, it just seems like a show trial with an almost four ordained outcome. Now, not only as rough had been found guilty on a series of the familiar charges like obstruction of justice, berating, and so on. Remember, this is a guy by the way who did not enter the capitol. But what he did do was engage in bombastic and hyperbolic speech. I'm going to do this. I'm going to drag Nancy Pelosi bouncing, you know, with our head on the pavement and so on. And his family has said, his wife and daughters have said, look, this guy's a blowhard. He says stuff like this. He doesn't do any of it. He didn't do any of it. And yet his own teenage son, Jackson testified against him, and now the government wants a terrorism enhancement on his sentence. Now this is really creepy because there are accusing him of being, well, they're saying in effect that because he made quote terroristic threats and even though threats he never carried out. He was plotting terrorism and they should give him an enhanced sentence. Now they didn't charge him with terrorism. They charged him with terrorism there'd be no way to convict him because he didn't do it. So what they're trying to do here is use his state of mind. He's a terroristic state of mind. I mean, this is just outrageous because it carries years and years in prison. In other words, this guy could get 2040 years in prison because of the quote terrorism enhancement. So I see this as a, as an absolute, you know, kind of a fascist tactic by the DoJ. And it's clearly, well, they claim it's intended to deter others from blotting, and again, this guy wasn't plotting anything, but from plotting this kind of action, but in reality what they're trying to do. And I think this is the insidious goal of the government is to prevent people like guy from going to trial. They're basically saying if you go to trial, we're going to teach you a lesson by adding all these enhancements. So make a deal with us. You know, take 5 years or take 7 years. Unjust though that is an utterly disproportionate as that is to anything that this guy did, what he did was essentially nothing. The actual fair penalty for what guy Rafa did is like one day in jail. But the government wants these flea bargains. And they don't have to take the case to trial. Remember, there's a little bit of a risk for the government and taking the case to trial, not even so much on the outcome, but in what might come out. What the defense might obtain in terms of discoveries. They don't want these January 6th defendants to go to trial. Now, a guy refit has written a letter to the judge. This is judge dabney Friedrich. And it's a good letter. It's kind of, it's a letter appealing to it's a letter actually addressed to Biden. But it's, in a sense, an attempt to appeal to our better selves. It's asking, as I read the letter, I mix feelings I'm thinking you're this is sort of like writing the mafia and telling that I'm telling them, you know, listen guys, you know, don't be don't be hard hearted. Don't be cruel, don't abuse the system. Don't engage in crime, think of what this will never end. Where is it going to end? It can end well. So guy ruffin's letter is full of these legitimate and sensible points. But I fear that he is speaking to cruel and deaf ears. So I'm going to read a few lines from the letter which give you a flavor of what he says. It's addressed President Biden. Despite what you may read, I did not engage in any violence that day and came to D.C. with no intention to do so. That is a true statement. He then goes on to say, I am to be punished for a crime I was never convicted of terrorism. So the DoJ is asking for a 15 Euro sentence. And the only way they can get to such a ridiculous number is by throwing the terrorism on top of the rest of it, which is what blowhard ism, standing outside the capitol, making threats that you never carried out or even showed any intention of carrying out your actions. In other words, we're not consistent with that. Guy ruffin goes on to say, quote, this same tactic can be used against protesters and those on the left when the power pendulum inevitably swings. Now this is a really important point, but I think the reason it's not going to carry through to the judge is because they don't think the Republicans will do the same thing. Now I think it's really important for the Republicans to do the same thing. Not because we believe in disproportionate punishment, but because the only way to stop it on the other side is to give them a taste of their own medicine. Persuasion, appeals to civility, and that's really where a guy rough it is going. You know, he's appealing to logic. For the court to blame me for the actions of others and attempt to make an example of me to strike fear in others. Is the opposite of what we stand for as The Shining city on the hill. Well, we're not a shining city on the hill right now. Biden doesn't want us to be a shining city on the hill. And then a ref it concludes the time has come to cast aside the political division and embrace those fundamental principles that should unite every single American. And of course, the key word here is should. This is the way things should be. This is the way things ought to be, but I'm sorry to say that these are the this is not the way that things right now are.

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"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:36 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Zero two two 7 that number 808 7 6 zero two two 7 O go to my pillow dot com. Don't forget to use promo code DIM, SH dinesh. The Germans are major smart asses. Now, I catch myself, of course, 'cause I'm making a generalization, but the point I want to make is that the German political class, by the way, no different here than the French political class. As a certain arrogance, both about itself and also about America. By the way, you see a little glimpse of this just a metaphor for it if you will is in the film Casablanca where of course the German officer who's in Casablanca is talks about the American goes, those bungling Americans. And the idea here is that the Americans are naive, they're unsophisticated, though fools, and then of course the French policeman goes well. If you remember the last time the Americans bungled into Berlin at the end of World War I. So the and of course that happened again at the end of World War II. The point being that the Germans are not quite as smart as they think. And yet they're always snickering at America. And of course, when Trump told the Germans, he said in effect of the Angela Merkel team, look, you know, the problem with the Nord stream isn't just that you're making a deal with the Russians, but what comes with the deal is a dependency on Russia. You're not going to be dependent on them at their permission, if you will to get your oil through the Nord stream pipeline. And the Germans were like, it has Trump. Such a fool, you know, all he knows is how to build a building. What does he know about geopolitics or the relations between Europe and Russia? And of course, what's happening now is exactly what Trump predicted. Namely, the Russians are squeezing the Germans. How are they doing it? Well, they basically decided to choke the Nord stream pipeline to send a tiny portion of the oil through the pipeline and the net effect of it is, and now reading from a headline, quote German cities are going dark. Shutting off hot water to conserve energy. Well, let's just say that this is a big I told you so from Trump. Because situations change. Suddenly the Russians are not so friendly and suddenly the Russians decided we're gonna teach you a lesson, so it's the Russian gas corporation called Gazprom. They're like, we're going to restrict deliveries of natural gas to Germany to 20% capacity. So what's the effect? Across Germany, here we go in the northwestern city of Hanover, hot water has been shut off in the municipal buildings for hand washing showers and other purposes. In addition, these buildings will only be heated from October through March and mobile air conditioning units and fan heaters will be banned. So you're not allowed to try to make up for the absence of central heat by doing your own heat. The German economic minister Robert hay back. Hey Beck says that energy prices are going to grow up. Go up and the Germans are really going to feel the squeeze, especially as winter comes around, quote we can say yet how much gas will cost in November, but the bad news is it's definitely a few €100 for household. Other municipal measures include Nuremberg, Nuremberg's closure of three out of its four indoor public swimming pools and Munich's move to shut off the public fountains and the city hall spotlight at night. Again, these are signs that geopolitical sanctions cut both ways. When you say to the Russians, we won't buy your oil or we're going to teach you a lesson. The Russians go, well, we'll stop selling you oil, and we're going to teach you a lesson. And so the pain is felt, you might say, you might say both ways. Now, of course, the tragedy for Germany is that in their climate frenzy, they have shut off nuclear power plants, which would be a source of energy. The Germans don't have the kind of oil and natural gas that we have, for example, in the United States. So what makes a United States flight and of course, whenever you read something like cities are going dark, the question then becomes when is Biden going to bring all that here? When our American city is going to go dark, when we're going to have to turn off the lights and shut down the turn off the heat and impose restrictions on what people can use and wattage requirements and so I'm Debbie talks about how those were imposed in Venezuela. And again, the tragedy of it was Venezuela has oil. And so for an oil rich country to do this is just downright nonsensical. And similarly for the United States, we're not in the position of Germany. We have our oil. We have our natural gas. We are able to develop it if we want to. So to restrict it on the one hand and then to start facing the kind of blight that Germany is facing now is really to give Russia a much bigger victory than the Russians deserve. Some of us wish we could rewind the clock when it comes to our health. Hey, exercising, climbing stairs, all the stuff young people take for granted. These aren't things that have to stop just because you age. Neither do you

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The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Good deal of political polarization in America, and it's often deplored as a bad thing. Wouldn't it be great if Americans could come together, but what is the way to respond to the polarization? Well, it turns out that there's a group of people and one or two in the democratic side and two or three on the Republican side. And they've decided that the solution is a new party. A third party, a centrist party that they call the forward political party. Well, it's kind of a weird name, first of all. And it sounds a little socialist to me. Doesn't like it, she goes, it sounds well, I mean, forward sounds a little bit like progressive. It sounds a little bit like, but I suppose what they would say is we're trying to find a way forward out of the polarization. Now, who's involved Andrew Yang now Andrew Yang is the tech nerd who ran for office. I think he ran for New York. And then he ran for mayor in 2021. And then he said, that's it. I'm out of the Democratic Party. Now that by itself is a good thing, but evidently Yang thinks that there is space for a new party and he's joined by some Republicans, although these are kind of has been former, old, establishment type of Republicans who are part of the, you know, the George H. W. Bush administration or the George W. Bush administration, so there is one guy who was part of the Trump administration, miles Taylor, a former Homeland Security official. And then David jolly, a former Republican congressman, a Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor. Notice a common theme here, it's former. These are basically people who have lost office, can't really gain much traction, it seems like time has passed them by. They have no real constituency. So I think they kind of feel like if you put a bunch of losers together, you might get a winner by loser plus loser, plus loser equals winner, but generally loser plus loser plus loser equals three losers. So it generally doesn't really work that way. I think the deeper point is really this and that is that when you have a situation in the country where the two parties are pulling in opposite directions in terms of their destination. I mean, very simply one party is for restricting and limiting abortion. The other party is for celebrating and promoting it. So is there really kind of a quote middle ground? Isn't the middle ground precisely what we have now, which is to say, let's states decide for themselves how they want to handle the issue. That is the middle ground. That's allowing local values to determine how each state deals with the issues. And so this notion that and I think there's a certain part of Americans that that things like this will, it's just a pity that the sides are so much at loggerheads. I just wish that they would all sit down and figure out what's best for the country. Well, this kind of boilerplate kind of repels me because, of course, the underlying assumption is that there is a single thing that's best for the country, whereas the problem is that the two sides radically disagree over what is best for the country. The Democrats want a very different America than we do. So if we're the party, let's just say a moral principles. And they're the party of moral degeneracy. What's the centrist position? Let's have some degeneracy, but just not as much as the Democrats want. Let's try to, or if we're the party of the founding and the Democrats of the party of, let's say ripping up the constitution and throwing it aside for essentially what they want to do right now, what's the sense for his position? Well, let's have a kind of moderate respect for the constitution. And in some cases, show fidelity to it. But in other cases, the story totally fine to rip it up. I mean, part of what we have is we have a new idea for a party. We don't even have a new party yet, but it doesn't have any platform. It's not spelled out. What this party even wants. My guess is there will be an effort to sort of take party positions from both sides and find some artificial middle ground. Look, America's always been, I mean, really going all the way back at the beginning, a country defined by two parties, which is not to say that parties haven't become obsolete. It's not to say that parties have been disappeared. The Whig Party, where is it now? It's gone. But it was replaced by the Republican Party. Notice that the Republican Party was not a third party. The Republican Party supplanted the Whig Party, which went away. And then we went back to a two party system, and the same thing happened earlier with Jefferson's democratic Republican Party. It essentially split into two parties, originally the Democrats and the Whigs, and then later, of course, the Democrats and the Republicans. It was Abraham Lincoln. No, I think we made the very deep point that you compromise on you compromise as much as you can and then you don't compromise any further. Lincoln compromised. He said, look, we're not going to try to stop slavery in the states. We recognize that the founders may get made a kind of constitutional pact, and we're going to abide by that pact. We're going to restrict slavery from spreading to the territories. But on that issue, we are inflexible. We are going to tolerate no effort to dilute or deprive us of the platform that we ran on and one on. And so I think this is a pretty good approach for the Republican Party. You compromise on things in order to get things done. You're pragmatic in that sense, but you're pragmatic up to a point on the core principle that explains why you're a conservative, why you're a Republican, you don't compromise at

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"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"We all know that there's a good deal of political polarization in America, and it's often deplored as a bad thing. Wouldn't it be great if Americans could come together, but what is the way to respond to the polarization? Well, it turns out that there's a group of people and one or two in the democratic side and two or three on the Republican side. And they've decided that the solution is a new party. A third party, a centrist party that they call the forward political party. Well, it's kind of a weird name, first of all. And it sounds a little socialist to me. Doesn't like it, she goes, it sounds well, I mean, forward sounds a little bit like progressive. It sounds a little bit like, but I suppose what they would say is we're trying to find a way forward out of the polarization. Now, who's involved Andrew Yang now Andrew Yang is the tech nerd who ran for office. I think he ran for New York. And then he ran for mayor in 2021. And then he said, that's it. I'm out of the Democratic Party. Now that by itself is a good thing, but evidently Yang thinks that there is space for a new party and he's joined by some Republicans, although these are kind of has been former, old, establishment type of Republicans who are part of the, you know, the George H. W. Bush administration or the George W. Bush administration, so there is one guy who was part of the Trump administration, miles Taylor, a former Homeland Security official. And then David jolly, a former Republican congressman, a Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor. Notice a common theme here, it's former. These are basically people who have lost office, can't really gain much traction, it seems like time has passed them by. They have no real constituency. So I think they kind of feel like if you put a bunch of losers together, you might get a winner by loser plus loser, plus loser equals winner, but generally loser plus loser plus loser equals three losers.

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"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"third party" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

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"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"And you know i i would. I would have to. You know. Second thought about denver. It's definitely a very a very great place to be. I am still an hour fifteen or so from the airport now. The downside of the denver airport is it's basically in kansas but I don't know if anybody's if you guys have flown into denver airport and had to go anywhere from that airport. You know what i'm talking about. It's definitely out there. Unfortunately i don't have a good denver story. It's not a good denver story because it was the site of worst-ever company presentation thing that ever done for my job. I will save that tees that if you're interested in hearing about that i guess linked i'll talk about in a future episode but i got that out of the way with my ceo next to me so that was awesome times For sure all right so let's go ahead and leave it for this week Before we wrap up wanna pass it around the room cutting her virtually what are some things that people listening to. This should be taking away from the conversation around third party risk. How identity plays into that genital first. Then we'll go to jim. I think the the biggest takeaway is start thinking about it. Start considering it don't Don't get scared of hearing the term third party risk and thank you don't that it doesn't apply Just start to read up on it. Understand what it is. And and i think it'll be very clear how it can and should apply to to identity. Security knowing is half the battle gi. Joe how about you. Jim i think I think the it world has changed so much in the past decade most organizations now have some kind of risk function within the organization. I think those are great folks to partner with to start to put together A picture of the landscape of risk and third party risk should definitely be a part of that calculus And it can be a pretty big driver. I think in helping to justify the business case for im program so I guess the takeaway there you know look to partner with at risk function It'll bring more legitimacy to the business case that you're putting together. Yeah good points. I appreciate it John thank you so much joining us in the show notes. We're gonna have a link to jen's winston profile ensure should be happy to connect with you. I'll just sit on her behalf without even asking for permission. Good i'll have a link to the idea say article Blog that she wrote around the importance of authoritative identity source infocom on checkout sex at outright. They solve are there for a reason. They solve an issue that we see a lot. You can find out more about them at s. e. c. z. E. t. t. a. Dot com sec seto And with that we're going to go ahead and waited for this week. You can always check out the show Online at the center dot com. You can hit us on.

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"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"How risky is this person from a co employment perspective. How risky is this person from a reputation perspective or you know. It's an in an interesting way like you can pull out credentialing licensure. whether they've gone through security. I mean all of this. All of these pieces can absolutely contribute to a risk score or multiple risk. Scores applied all of these different types of risk. That should definitely impact. What kind of access are we giving this person. How are we controlling that access. How are we governing it. How are we reviewing it. how are we treating that third party organization. Even you know if we look at the fact that we have a dozen people all of these people that are at our organization from this third party have a high identity. Individual risks are should that maybe impact howard treating and assessing the third party the higher third party organization that they're coming from. I mean there are so many pieces of this. That canon should drive process in so many different areas as long as we can aggregate it all together and get a good you know get good visibility to it and track it and and trust it. I feel like this is one of the areas where you know. There's so many now systems that are tracking risk. Right we've got sometimes i j platforms have bilton. Sometimes you're authentication platform has risk built in and you talked about aggregating these in now. We're talking about maybe. An authoritative source has a risk function built into it right I guess when you have these multiple systems in what is there any type of best practice or your suggestion or recommendation for people to think about of how do we are we collapse all this risk. Because i feel like what happens. A lotta times is okay. We know that we have a conditional. Authentication role in microsoft..

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"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"Cycle has a lot to read but Who i thought that was super interesting So that that question back to eugen As far as the third party risk are we focused on just human identities for For with non human identities also kind of fit in that mix one hundred percent. Non human identities would fix in there or non human workers. Right i think that it's very nuanced. In in some cases how you reference things and and honestly i know. I talked to a lot of people in and even myself included when i first started having conversations about non-human things trying to really understand what is that. And what are we even talking about that. You know if you're thinking about bots or devices or you know applications are all of these things that kind of fit that non human realm. Why would we treat them any differently than any other identity As far as understanding the risks that they pose as far as i mean. If you think about it there are process automation vendors that we're getting these spots from right so that is that is that third party vendors worker. It's just that it's non human. And i think that there are definitely times when we need to be able to apply the risk from that vendor to that thing but i also think Kind of on a on a side note here that when we when we consider identity and access in general i it seems like employee populations have always been a little bit for their ahead then some of these other things that we're talking about whether that's not employees in third parties which not employees can encompass a lot of things from contractors and vendors to partners and affiliates to agencies or agents independent agents or franchise workers. I mean there are a slew of people that we don't put an hr system and don't effectively maintain a track and those all of those populations are are a little bit further behind employees and generally because of that key piece of authoritative data and authoritative source for those identities..

"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

Identity at the Center

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"third party" Discussed on Identity at the Center

"About third party risk so if you don't mind i'd like to take an opportunity to see if i could define third party risk so it goes something like this. You're at the second party. You have too many too many beers to drink and you try some your your dad jokes. They're going really well. So then you figure when it gets to the third party. I'm going to tell all of my dad jokes that's do you nailed it. That's perfect i. Actually i'd like to hear an example of one of these jokes putting on spot. You really put me on the spot that whole that whole line. They're just said. That was everything i have prepared. Well did you hear the wind. Did you hear the one about the sheet of paper. I don't think so it's terrible. Here's my only dajo. That's my only have afraid of the calendar. Its days are numbered. Bump are so i guess company hours over jamaican give us an idea of where you're talking about with third party risk. What is the real world. And then what's the identity management tien yet so as as identity professionals. I always think. About the fact that i have one idea of risk when i work in identity and it typically is not the third party version We all really think a lot about access risk and identity risk and those sorts of things third party risk is somewhat silo. d- generally I think we're working to change some of that but third party risk can center around a lot of different things for example. You know as a what. I call a host organization. Somebody who's in you know engaging a third party to do some work for them. We spend quite a bit of time often. Vetting that third party There are teams that do third party risk assessments. Right there are Security questionnaires that are filled out to understand. What is this third parties security practices. How do they..

"third party" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"third party" Discussed on The Big Story

"You stressed out at the end of third party cookies while you might as well book a vacation because google just issued a reprieve thursday morning. It said that actually third party cookies are going to go away until the end of twenty twenty three. I late twenty twenty. Two google is planning to complete testing launches new. Api's replace third party cookies by the middle of twenty twenty three google phase out support for third party cookies slowly before they're pulled back completely in late. Twenty two twenty three. It kind of feels like the teacher just gave the whole class and extension on confusing hard assignment but the simon is still do folks second. We're going to talk about amazon's thirty billion dollar advertising business. Our senior editor. James hersher wrote a story about the four ways to understand the growth opportunities and amazon's ad business. Welcome james is our so james. What do you make of the news of google pushing back the deadline for third party. Cookies going away. Well it's on the one hand. It is a surprising. It's big news and google really seemed to be pushing to get rid of third party cookies. I think that they want to achieve that So on the one hand it is surprising and on the other hand it is very like this is now google pattern. I think of just you know. Maybe they have their hands tied because they can't do anything you know no matter what they do. They've gonna face antitrust issues but it's just like delay delay delay I remember a couple of weeks. We talked about this in I mentioned brands..

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"third party" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"third party" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Starting starting this career all over again i mean just in general i would say buy more bitcoin when i had the opportunity right like if i could go back in time. That'd be my number one piece of advice to myself than anyone else around but my younger self in the industry. I would say so. I started tech support which was a somewhat isolated role so we at twenty four seven. It was We operated up and server and early you know for the first year or so my career. I was just kind of like Head down doing doing the job. That yokota came at me right. Light didn't ask a lot of questions. Didn't try to learn a lot about the industry or the company. As a whole and definitely i would say that by a career kind of took off as i started getting exposed to these other sectors of the business so we also ran an ad network and then we ran a group called b three which eventually formed zacks. So i could do over again. I would definitely tell myself to get more involved more quickly right. Ya ask four questions. I'm see what else was going on. Publisher ad serving isn't the most exciting thing in the world. And you know ten years ago. Fifteen years ago i started and programmatic was brand new on. It was super exciting and when we be three was a very tight atmosphere and so we would like work late and there was a great sense of rotary and i learned a ton about not just the industry but by myself about people. Just come out. Had i come out of my shell. Earlier i feel like i could see a whole lot more in that first year. A kind of a silly question has there been an impactful purchase for you of the hundred dollars or less. In the last six to twelve months i bought at the start of the pandemic. I bought a new bike when winter hit. That was definitely more than one hundred dollars with ahead when winter hit i bought an indoor five lille trainer so i could buy in gore's and i really really love this saying it's super awesome. It's easy to use like the bike just steps in and it's been So i signed up for an app that lets you do trail courses through on your tv. So it's kind of like a peleton but llosa's with like our regular biking wheelchair so it's been my favorite purchase under a hundred bucks in that in the past year. You're hacking you're you're hacking the peleton for your own your own benefit like interesting to more marketing kind of questions for you. Most people i find that are on the show or kind of observant engaged in the world in some form or fashion am curious if there's any brands or companies or causes that you follow or you think other people should take notice so i been. I'm like an ai chunky right..

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"third party" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"third party" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"When we last spoke you described two approaches to solutions there being worked on one a browser approach and then a universal idea approach. Can you describe both of these. I mean because if we lose the cookie we tire lose targeting and personalization in marketing in the digital form anyway innocence. Yeah and one of the key thing to remember is it's not that all cookies are going away. I'm just third party cookies. So when you're on a website. Let's say you're on cnn dot com or new york times dot com when you're on some some major website and they drop cookies. Those are first party cookies so a domain that juror. That's indeed url bar of your browser. Cookies owned by that domain. Our first party cookies cookies that are dropped from other domains so you know it might be the publisher might be working with. Dsp or an ad server. You might see a domain like some t. s. p. or some ad server dot com and those would be third party cookies. And that's what's going to be blocked. So personalization will still be possible through cookies and through similar methods i party sense from a individual publisher. Or if you're on an advertiser website you'll still be able to to personalize their What you won't be able to do is personalize across sites based on an pages that you viewed or interactions that you've had on other sites so it's up completely going away but there's definitely going to be an impact to how personalization is done today in terms of the two methods right there's two camps like you said there's the browser camp which is being led more or less google and their their proposal of turtle dove and also flock and these are more where identification of audiences will happen in the browser. And then there are the user. Id based approaches unified ideas of major proposal in this space that there's a few others as well but these actually rely on logged in data from email addresses or other pi that similar and this will allow a hashed. Id's that personal. I'll get and then get shared around that way so this is somewhat similar to the way that that third party cookies functions then using a slightly different on to maintain that persistence of the id.

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