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'Fire in the Streets' Author Douglas Groothius on the 3/5 Compromise

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | Last week

'Fire in the Streets' Author Douglas Groothius on the 3/5 Compromise

"Return to our conversation with the author of fire in the streets, how you can confidently respond to incendiary cultural topics like critical race theory. Douglas wrote heist. You were just going to talk about the notorious three fifths reference in our founding documents. Please talk about that because the misunderstanding on this is grotesque. Yes, if people are interested, I talk about this on pages 54 and 55 and give all the documentation to it. But the idea is that the constitution is intrinsically racist and supports slavery because it only gives African Americans three fifths representation. So the idea is this is how you typically greeted with this. The constitution says that African Americans are three fifths human. And recently, Whoopi Goldberg lowered it to one fourth. That was insightful. But the three fifths compromise is a compromise between the north and the south and the north wanted to limit the representational power, the voting power of the south in the new government. So they said, we're only going to allow you, they never used the word slave, never use the word black. Never use any word about color or race, but there was a reference to what were the slaves, and they only are allowed three fifths representation of a person. That was to limit the voting power of the south. I want to be clear that my audience gets this. Folks, do you understand that the racist slave holding south wanted to count their black slaves to give them more power as a state? And so the north said, no, you shouldn't be. They don't get to vote. They don't get to do anything. You shouldn't count them at all.

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The Liberty Amendments & the Supreme Court

Mark Levin

01:58 min | Last month

The Liberty Amendments & the Supreme Court

"This book helped launch along with meckel's group The article 5 movement and it was written published 9 years ago 9 years ago One of the amendments that I proposed one of the liberty amendments that I proposed In addition to establishing term limits for justice which I still believe in Included the following Section four of the proposed amendment Upon three fifths vote of the House of Representatives and the Senate Three fifths vote not three fourths three fifths Congress may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court I'll explain why I did that That's continue Section 5 The congressional override under section four is not subject to a presidential veto In shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any federal or state courts In other words Congress three fifths of both houses can simply overrule a majority Supreme Court opinion There is no judicial review there's no action by the president Section 6 upon three fifths vote of the several state legislatures The states may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court That is three fifths of the state legislatures not a governor not a state court a state Supreme Court the legislature section 7 The states override under section 6 shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any federal or state court Or oversight or interference by Congress or the president

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"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

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"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

"Neither the large nor the small states will yield but the deadlock grows resolve by the connecticut or great compromise which resulted in the establishment of bicameral legislature with proportional representation in the lower house in eager visitation of the states in the upper house. The matter of how to determine a population was anything but trivial having failed to secure the abolishment of slavery some delegates from the northern states salt to make representations dependent on the size of a states free population. This is the key mistakes free population southern delegates on the other hand. Threaten to abandon the convention if enslaved individuals were not counted the the south one at the slave to be. Counseling is the contention. Hey less base. Population of the free knows that after those are free the south say Ganglion and too fast. Jose we we to count de slaves so day going to be county so you gotta i guess if you wanna talk about how they feel. Compromise makes talk about slaves being three Three person will. Hey yo yo. Southern racist people the southern racist people wanting to be counted as one whole but for what reason what purpose each slave being counted as a whole. What for what purpose. All right and i saying three night. Three years of a person is not what it was not three of person but do this of the population so you take the whole number slaves in only three of them will be counted are so a lot of won't be counted that basically would it be but they want each of them to be counted all right so that's southern racist people all slave to be counted right. They said they have having it and so they said l. threatening to abandon the convention dislike manages bouncing. I we even go here here. I'd s sends us this contention. Say eventually the framers agreed on a compromise that call for representation in the house of representatives to be apportioned on the basis of mistakes free population plus three fifths of its slave population. This remake came to be known as three fifths compromise. And i think this is. This is a quote from it represents representatives and direct taxes shelby apportioned among the several states. Which may be included within this union according to their respective numbers which shall be determined by adding to the whole number of free persons including those bounds of service for a term of years and excluding.

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"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

"The principles that make america. Great all dog. Get some eight behind that. But that's america great as it is today while people always wanna come here versus going other places. Limited government unfortunately Crt and everything else. They tried to expand the balance of government. You know in in in all these propaganda going anyway. another tangent and the pursuit of intersectional harmony. They were able to take hold me take bold action against slavery moreover the southern founders Thorough going out Thoroughgoing embrace of slave based agriculture in their deeply ingrained. Racial prejudice solidified the barriers against emancipation. Though so the founders. They want continued slave base coach. They were racial prejudice. All right so we are not for majority of people in south that was the case so there was barriers against ms patients. So they can you know he's like i couldn't just have him into patient immediately. Because of these barriers art so that the continental congress removed. Thomas jefferson statement regarding the injustice of the slave trade and by implication slavery from the final version of the declaration of independence is emblematic of the founders resolved to subordinate subordinate. The controversial issue slavery to the larger goal of securing the unity independence. The united states. Now that's interest. They desert original version of our declaration of independence. And i didn't know this just like as you guys. I'm just finding because. I haven't read this article prior to talk with you guys. You know it's interesting that there's an original version of the declaration dependents dating clues. Thomas jefferson saying that he recognized the injustice of the slave trade and by implication slavery. So they took that out. They took that out because they wanted to. Security logical unity and independence united states as politics politics like we. We have going on today politics. You know it will be writing for that to be in there but it would offend The southern founders. You don't make them feel bad. They don't want they want keep us unified. In some way you know 'cause we got a unified united states so you see the mindset is walking around here but that's interesting that was in their original version amana later interesting. So notwithstanding the initial disagreements over slavery at the constitutional convention in seventeen eighty seven the framers of the constitution continue to privilege the maintenance of unity of the united states over the ratification of slavery. By resolving to a game. I mean to again the few sectional tensions over the matter as they went about creating a new scheme of government. The delegates from the small and large states were divided on the issue of the a portion of of sorry apportionment of legislative representation so far as the population got smaller states largest days smaller population larger population for the virginia or large a plan provided for a bicameral legislature with representation of each state based on its population or wealth. The new jersey or small state plan proposed equal representation for each day in congress..

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"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

"Were more people in the south in a war in the north because of the slave population are in. There weren't many free. Blacks are worst fleet for that. Were some free blacks but at weren't mini are not compared to those who are still enslaved. So anyway so they want have some kind of equal representation. You know some kind of fair deal so in the beginning this actually this compromise were in favor of the south more so but see the founders had to know the overtime slaves would not continue to be sleighs. They had to know these guys you know and so in my understanding in my assumption. I'm assuming that they agreed. Compromise the northern people who wanted to insulate a greece's compromise realizing that sleighs wouldn't always be slaves and their for those who are enslaved. They were cow three face of this. They will count three fissile the slave population so they'll be three-fifths of a person case. Maybe people call it but anyway they'll be counted you know but not the fool but just a fraction of them and they had to know that a fraction will get smaller smaller town when and so. That's the assumption guys in its School assumption mate. So yeah so. It worked better for the south in the beginning but they agreed to this. Look good in the beginning. I don't think the southerners you know. And they didn't like this. They didn't like it. That would mean that much but they had to see that you know where this is not gonna continue anyway so continuing on my tangent. May the founding fathers acknowledged that slavery violated the ideal of liberty that was so central to the american revolution. So this the. I like the honesty of this article britannica. It says many of the founding fathers. 'cause it wasn't all the founding fathers. We have acknowledged there was some founding fathers who want to continue slavery. Tomorrow thirteen colonies. Are they want. The southern colleagues wanted to continue slavery so many of the founding fathers acknowledged this slavery violated ideal liberty..

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"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

"I really do appreciate you guys. Donation and for those who continually support prescribed patriot. Thank you so much especially through on this hiatus going a few months old. Thank you guys so much for your continued support. I greatly appreciate it So onto today. I wanna come back to the podcast. Seen talking about or breaking down the three compromise. I did a video. Oh my china. I think i yeah. I did a podcast as well. It was a podcast last video breaking down the founders intent in our declaration of independence then too much go into decorated independence just was looking at That the accusation that they were a racist. You know so the america start off. Bait was based on racism. The start of america. You get what. I'm saying so i looked into it in. The argument is always brought up with three this compromise so i covered in and i remember Taking you guys through the senses that was going on from a seventeen Sixty six up into the The abolition of Slavery in eight hundred six three domestic patient proclamation and so on so yeah so a cover that and we saw a trend. You know this train. We saw a trend in how As a there were less lays there are more free men. free black men and therefore representation was growing For those who oppose slavery versus those who were forced slavery and you know and so it was a gradual gradual shift. It didn't happen overnight. In happened in the span of a decade it took a long time but the founders did have it on their mind to end slavery. They wanted to insulate. And so i'm bringing this back up now. Because i've had several conversations since then what people are still looking at this. Compromise is being something that showed that founders hated black people they saw black people is being less than human you know and the information is out there guys on the internet you may you can put through feels compromises see house..

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"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"three fifth" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

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Flooded Mine

Scuba Shack Radio

05:56 min | 1 year ago

Flooded Mine

"It's time for another installment of on it. Store live here on scuba shack radio. And this time we're going back to season one episode two titled flooded mine flooded mine the premiered on january eleventh nineteen fifty eight. The show opens up with mike scuba diving. And there's a woman who is free diving with them. They're searching for a guitarfish from marineland of the pacific and that's when they encounter a c line who might calls a natural clown. He then says that he will be faced with a very different situation. Fifteen hundred miles inland where he's been called to investigate a mine. Explosion that has flooded the tunnels in the next scene. Mike is at the mine and he's talking to the head of the mind. Mr graham mr graham explains that the explosion killed thirty miners and he needs mike to determine the extent of the flooding. Mike tells mr graham that he can go thousand yards into the tunnel with his cylinder. Graham asks him what it's going to cost. Mike says we'll talk about that later. Now mr graham calls in bill henderson. Who's going to help mike. Bill tells graham that he sorry about his boy who was killed in an explosion. The scene shifts to mike being lowered into the mine in his full scuba gear with miner's helmet on he says he's been all seven seas on six continents but has never been in a mind before and never wants to be in want again as bill and mike or making their way through the mine. Bill tells mike not to touch anything. It's a tight squeeze and mike accidentally kicks a beam. That causes a bit of a cave-in. Well they finally make it to the water mike. Mike looks at his watch. And it says three twenty and he tells bill that he has forty minutes of air. Bill asks mike. What can you do if he doesn't make it back in time to which mike replies. Nothing bill tells mike. He's got a dangerous job now. Under the murky water. Mike is feeling his way along slowly carefully when he hears some noises. He doesn't know exactly what what they are but he sees a light at the surface and when he surfaces up he discovers to miners trapped in an air pocket barely breathing. Mike shoves the regulator in their mouth and smacks them starts yelling at them to breathe now the dilemma. How to get them out. There's no time to go back for another long. He can only take one out but who they draw. Rocks smallest rock stays the guy. Mike is taking out. Can't swim and he needs wait. So they load his pants with rocks mic shows. Them how to buddy breathe gives him as masks and off they go but not for long. The minor panics. Takes mike's knife and starts to fight with them. Mike drops might drops his light and gets to panic. Diver back to the air pocket. Mike goes back down to get his late and then he comes up and tells the minor to get some rocks. He's taken him out. This time keeps his mask and things go smoothly. We then see bill looking at his watch. It's four pm. Whereas mike suddenly bill sees the light. And mike comes up with the minor. It's been workman. Mike needs to go back but he doesn't have enough air and there's not enough time to go out in the mind for another tank. What can they do. Just an mike spots a welding torch where there's a torch there's oxygen tank has the same valve as regulator. What luck but mike need some tools to complete the rig now. He needs to go back down underwater To retrieve a toolbox he does and hooks up his regulator and carries the o. Two tank with them as he heads back breathing welding oxygen. Mike reaches the air pocket and finds the second minor limp. But not dead. He gives him the regulator and the minor starts to revive. He tells. Mikey sorry that he was scared. Mike says that's okay. You just didn't have enough oxygen this time. Mike says that things went a lot better than they made it out. We never did get the name of that panic minor nor did we ever find out what might charge mr graham for those of us of a certain age or watch a lot of old time television. You might recognize bill henderson. That's hank patterson who played fragile. Arnold the pigs. Dad on greenacres the episode sort of ended abruptly when when it switches to lloyd bridges on his boat telling us that three fifths of the planet is covered by sea. And how little we know so join us as we go below with si-hun as we've seen in many si-hun adventures. You never know where mike nelson will be going diving next. Stay tuned for future installments of seon. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio

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Maryland lawmakers move ahead with first tax on internet ads

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland lawmakers move ahead with first tax on internet ads

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Maryland lawmakers move ahead with the first attacks in the U. S. on internet ads lawmakers voted Friday to override a veto from Republican governor Larry Hogan of a first in the nation tax on internet ads for big tech companies like Google or Facebook Friday's vote in the Maryland Senate was twenty nine seventeen the minimum needed for a three fifths majority to override Hogan's veto house of delegates voted to override the veto earlier in the week the tax rate would be two point five percent for businesses with gross annual revenue of one hundred million dollars and climb incrementally up to a ten percent tax for companies with revenue of fifteen billion dollars or more supporters and opponents agreed a court challenge is likely hi Mike Rossio

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"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"It's like well, look at this and this makes sense to you kind of thing as opposed to turn a B. You said didactic or. Give people some solution. It's just I wanNA post the question. In a sense of you know. I. Was I wasn't afraid of talk of talking about especially in that scene at the time mid-nineties so-called Christian music scene. I'm talking about sexuality and gender issues and. Vanity in these different things. So yeah it. The way he described as queer record, it's more of a on outsider record. I think is what he would say the guy that made that comment. You had a song your most kind of explicitly counter cultural song on one of your AP's. Logic which you almost I guess NPR didn't listen to that for they decided to. Mature you guys you're going to help them last year I. Think you had like two features on MPR I was like listening this the was like, how did that happen but that was as I understand, that was kind of a CA- lament written after the Obergefell, the gate, the Supreme Court Gay Marriage decision. I guess that's the furthest I've gone to sort of. Opinion about such things. it was. Exactly. Which decision it was, but it was. I was living in New York at the time. They trade is quite something. Just, sort of reflecting on on that. A A. Sense. person the line that I write is that. Whatever you. Want to be. Thanks? We'd be consistent with the sort of gay, marriage. I the way I kinda look at it, and the very last line here is nothing mind is yours at My meaning that the marriage that I have between a cell phone woman, it just will never look the same as. I was trying to talk about my frustration. We've been talking a lot about lyrics I'd.

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"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"There was still some. You know some provocative. Provocation, some sassine as some some seriousness obviously as well. But I've definitely gotten more serious as I've gotten older Chapman's I. Suppose. Well, let me ask you this before we get into the lyrics of this song. To me, your your influences aren't obvious because I spent my high school years listening to Prague and heavy metal and mostly really obscure bands and then you know I got into Jazz I'm a jazz musician now and you know as as far as like Rock and pop music I ended up. Going straight back to the late sixties and early seventies as far as my tastes in that our concerns. Oh you know my knowledge of I have some knowledge of like Ninety S Alternative Rock, but my knowledge of the eighties is pretty. Circumscribed I like tears for fears and that's that's all about all I know. So. What would you guys have been listening to when you were when you were starting out? Well for me in particular I'm by far like the least I don't like very much stuff at all. I have very limited taste. So but the things that I do like I tend to like an awful lot. Unlike some like our Drummer Glenn. Black. Who has just a vast knowledge and and just a wide Palette when he can really appreciate a lot of different things so. Speaking about myself in the eighties late eighties of course, there's no Internet. You know it's basically what you could find. I didn't have MTV growing up like that. So it was basically. Had I was interested in in what the time was called. New Wave. Alternative. Late eighties. So I missed that early you know flock of seagulls era with all the the hair bands and stuff I was more into for me. It was depeche mode, the smiths the cure for the big alternative bands of the late eighties. were the bands that really influenced me. We would luxury started. You know I just sort of.

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"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"Ooh everybody. What you're about to hear is an interview with an Orthodox priest. Because the interview is about music I, didn't expect that the differences between Catholicism and Orthodoxy would come in the conversation but it turns out that they did a little bit more than I expected particularly the Orthodox view on the duration of marriage and on second marriages it's not the Catholic view. But nonetheless I think amidst all the conversation about music and lyrics, you will find it interesting to get. An insight into the differences between how we are Orthodox brethren think about the topic when I was a metal head in high school there was this odd phenomenon that I was aware of of. Guys from metal bands becoming Orthodox there is a doom metal band called sleep the guy ended up becoming an Orthodox monk and starting this zine called death to the world. There's also this guy traced Ron. He used to play guitar in an avant garde metal band called Mr Bungle in the nineties who ended up becoming Orthodox, and now he makes this makes this sort of esoteric mix of any Oh more cone and Surf Rock and grind core and all these other strange things. But the band I'm going to be talking about today it's not a metal band but I think it kind of blows all the other rock to religion stories that that I've heard out of the water in the sense that out of the five guys in the band, three of the members ended up becoming Orthodox priests I've been checking them out and they've really grown on me and I. Especially liked the lyrics. They're very poetic counter cultural time subtly sometimes not so Saturday and I've really enjoyed getting into them especially, their most recent album trophies which came out last year. So here with me today to talk about the band luxury and his solo work is the singer Guitarist and lyricist Father David Lee. Bozeman. Welcome to the show while they're David. Thank you for having me appreciate. I'd like to start with something from your solo work from the EP The Majesty of the Flesh, the title track. From. A. Pitch. Off. Not. Very. Complicated. Not only May. Be. A school. From this body Conservative from this. Hard. So you obviously wrote this. After you became a priest and I'm just basing that on the cover, which is clearly you in your. In your Cassock or not you're Catholic but. Your vestment. It's kind of an interesting place to start. It's a very affirmative song. You know some of your your work is more on the melancholy side. I would say, but this is very I would describe as almost anthem. In fact, I think I described it to a friend of mine as a high low morphing anthem. The flesh is a word I mean Christianity, of course, especially for lack of a better word Sacramento, Christianity which which you know. Any any Christianity as to the degree that it's. Christian is Sacramento. The word the flight affirms the goodness of the body but the word, the flesh is usually used by Saint Paul for instance to mean something. Distinct from just the body. So when you when you talk about the flesh, are you deliberately using that word? In a more spiritual sense as saint, Paul uses it to create some a certain amount of ambiguity or are you using it more neutral sense. Obviously it's you know it's a it's a complicated word. I, think back to the original Greek you know. What does this mean as body? Is it flash as a sin nature these different awards that go along with it our english-language sort of complicates all that because especially in translation it you sort of get lost in all of that. I think what? I would say the motivation for that particular word for saw this provocative. That's obvious but. There is at least within sort of Western Christianity this tendency to want to escape the body, the flesh and live survey spiritual manner. Right I guess it's part of also eastern eastern religions as well but within Orthodoxy in particular, and maybe this exist replaces but certainly within. Orthodoxy. The struggle is not. Against the flesh, but it's to to save the flesh, the body, the reality of human being, and so I think that particular song as you said, it's kind of anthem. It was actually written as a reaction was reading a article an article by a manning Father Alexander showman was well known.

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Senate Democrats just tanked Republicans’ police reform bill

Dan Proft

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Senate Democrats just tanked Republicans’ police reform bill

"On a mostly party line vote the Senate has rejected a GOP effort to advances police reform bill on this vote the yeas are fifty five the nays are forty five three fifths the senators duly chosen and sworn not having voted in the affirmative the motion is not agreed to Democrats insist only by going back to committee will they be able to re craft the bill to their liking the justice act crafted by lone black Republican Tim Scott would implement new accountability for police and use incentives to pressure departments to ban the use of chuckles Democrats say they won't support a bill unless it includes stronger language from their alternative the justice in policing act bug new

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Senate continues to argue over relief package

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Senate continues to argue over relief package

"A Republican crafted coronavirus relief bill failed again in the Senate's the ETS are forty nine the nays are forty six three fifths of the senators duly chosen and sworn not having voted in the affirmative upon reconsideration the motion is not agreed to the nearly two trillion dollar relief package is stalled in the Senate and the partisan finger pointing is well under way Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Democrats are wasting critical time by blocking financial aid votes absolutely marvelous obstruction going

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Stimulus package being hashed out during coronavirus pandemic

Todd Schnitt

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Stimulus package being hashed out during coronavirus pandemic

"The Senate has failed to advance the coronavirus them let us in those bill for a second time in two days so we do not have the Senate with passage of the stimulus bill yep only bring you the latest here from the hill and they hill says the Senate on Monday failed to advance a massive coronavirus stimulus package for the second time in as many days senators voted forty nine to forty six falling short of the three fifths support necessary to move forward with a shell bill with the text of the agreement would ultimately be swapped in two democratic senator Doug Jones Alabama broke with the party to vote in support of the measure the failed vote comes as negotiators have been in a round the clock meetings over the last one for days to try to close an agreement centered the majority are I make that minority leader Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer Democrat from New York and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin they saw each other they met at least six times on Sunday and then got back to work and restarted discussions at nine AM on Monday so that's this morning so I agency they're extremely busy trying to get something done and you know the issue is is we need economic stability obviously this is an unprecedented time here for the country the markets or down seven hundred seventeen points on the Dow S. and P. is down seventy nine point nineteen you got the nasdaq down seventy three point sixty two percentage wise right now with the Dow sitting at eighteen thousand four fifty six which that now is a thousand points below actually more than that it's about fourteen hundred points thirteen and change below where president trump took office with the Dow was on January twenty of twenty seventeen so clearly we need to be we we still are dealing with the actual virus issue here but obviously we need stability and financial support throwing the full weight of the federal government behind the economic impact and fall out of

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Senate fails to advance coronavirus stimulus package

Todd Schnitt

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Senate fails to advance coronavirus stimulus package

"The Senate has failed to advance the coronavirus them listing those bill for a second time in two days so we do not have the Senate with passage of the stimulus bill yep only bring you the latest here from the hill and they hill says the Senate on Monday failed to advance a massive coronavirus stimulus package for the second time in as many days senators voted forty nine to forty six falling short of the three fifths support necessary to move forward with a shell bill with the text of the agreement would ultimately be swamped in

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The First U.S. Census - 1st March 1790

This Day in History Class

03:35 min | 2 years ago

The First U.S. Census - 1st March 1790

"Day was March first. Seventeen Ninety Congress authorized the first fences of the entire United States among other provisions article on section two of the US Constitution required the federal government to conduct survey of the US population. Every ten years that way Congress could determine how many representatives would come from each state and federal resources would be divided states. The Census Act passed during the second session of the first Congress and was signed by President George Washington on March first seventeen ninety the act called for the omission of native Americans who were not taxed it called for marshalls to distinguish free people from everyone else and to distinguish the sex and color of free people the act provided for the census or enumeration as it called it to begin on the first Monday in August and end within nine calendar months as planned. The first census began on August. Second Seventeen Ninety. The census was conducted in the original thirteen states as well as the districts of Kentucky Maine Vermont and the Southwest Territory or present day Tennessee because Vermont was not admitted to the union until March of seventeen ninety one. The senses didn't take place there until after it became a state that year. The process was supervised by the marshals of the judicial districts and they hired assisted marshalls to act as since takers. There were seventeen marshals in an estimated six hundred and fifty assistant marshals the assistant marshals made two copies of the return to survey one to post in the neighborhood for public knowledge and another given to the Marshall before did to the President. The census included six questions the name of the head of the household as well as the number of people in each household who fit into five categories. Those categories were free white males aged sixteen and older free white males underage. Sixteen free white females all other people and slaves according to the US Census Bureau the Distinction of the age of free white males was to assess the country's industrial and military potential census. Takers determined the race of the people that counted. They did that by considering how people were viewed in their community or based on ideas about so called black blood. Enslaved people were counted as three fifths of a person and native Americans weren't counted until eighteen. Seventy the category of Mulatto was added in eighteen fifty and other multi. Racial categories were added. In later years people could choose their own race starting in nineteen sixty the total population based on the seventeen. Ninety cents is was counted as three point. Nine million non native American people that number included around seven hundred thousand enslaved People Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson and other officials believe that number was too low. There were people who oppose the census for religious reasons or because they thought it was related to increasing taxation. The cost of entire senses came in at forty four thousand. Three hundred seventy seven dollars. Seventeen ninety census records from several states have since been lost possibly destroyed when the British burned the Capitol in Washington during the war of eighteen twelve. I'm Eve code. Hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday.

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Fixed Reactions

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

05:08 min | 2 years ago

Fixed Reactions

"Back my friends. I'm Deepak Chopra and this is daily. Yesterday we took a look at the notion of some skyora reacting in the same limited way over and over this makes us biological robots. There's no creativity. There's no imagination. There is no fun so today. We look at how most people try and fail to tame the mind by getting caught in three-fifths reactions when looked at closely. All three of these behaviors. Come after the fact that deal with the minds disorder as the cause of the distress rod then as symptom so then the solutions also have negative effects. So how do people tried to change their behavior or even changed the behavior of others? They do this through manipulation through control and through denial in fact all these. Three things are entangled manipulation control. Deny let's take an example. You're three or four years old and you're at the shopping mall with your mother and you wonder Lollipop. And she says no then you first manipulation is being nice mummy. Please buy me the lollipop. I'll give you a kiss etc etc. If she refuses taking manipulation is Being nasty you throw me relied on the ground you scream. You have a temper tantrum. If that doesn't succeed then when you come home you hide you about become stubborn and your innocence unavailable Hugh. I'm manipulating and trying to control by being stubborn through withdrawal. And if that doesn't work then you go to your mom and you say you nice to my brothers and sisters but not nice to me Which means you play the victim. So being nice being nasty being stubborn being obstinate pouting and playing the victim are actually all control. Dramas that your ego uses to express itself and yet as we know the Egos just yourself amid. It's not who you are. And so if false construct is trying to manipulate situations in to fulfillment this is what we all want fulfillment the fulfillment of desire be one to have meaning and purpose in life. We wanted to be happy between actually in denial of who we are and as a result of this. Everything that we do to control to manipulate is the result of the denied of intimacy with our own staff so everyone should be aware of this and before you make a choice. It is very important to actually know your tendency to react. And that's why I always say pressed pause button and observe your reaction to react just that you know. Stop take a few debretts smile. Failure Body be observant. What's happening around you and then proceed with awareness and compassion. And just in doing that. You are beginning to free yourself and your mind is automatically being tamed. You can tame the mind. It's like a caged monkey but when you get rid of the bars than there's nothing to tame and all you have to realize that what was causing you distress was attachment to a construct that's all attachment to an idea. And once you realize that you as awareness intrinsically not that which you're experiencing that intrinsically awareness free of all its experiences then you can change the direction of your choices to give you the experience of a joyful energetic body as reflective alert. Mind loving compassionate heart lightness of being but denard it to do that. You have to get the habit of observing your reaction to react and not being in denial that most of the time you're a biological robot

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Race is Not Tangential to Meditation | Rhonda V. Magee

10% Happier with Dan Harris

09:52 min | 2 years ago

Race is Not Tangential to Meditation | Rhonda V. Magee

"Guys. Of course it is great to become better at meditation on the cushion to get to you to have your practice improve over time. That's the real point as Sharon Salzberg. The great meditation teacher has said. The point of meditation is not to become a better meditators percents to become a better person to to get better at at your life and you know I often for myself describe it as just becoming less of a moron and so the point is to get up from meditation from one minute to minute. Five minutes twenty minutes. Whatever you're doing and then put it to test in the real world with other human beings how you doing it the DMV. How you doing it The office that's why on this show. We once in a while really try to dive into what is in my view. One of if not the most tricky and contentious social issues in in the United States of America and in many other countries in the world which is race and the takeaway for me from this week's guest is that race really is not a tangential issue to your practice. Is the crucible in which you can test your meditation practice. And it's not just racist. How do you deal with difference? Mejet it can be pigmentation. It could be chromosomes. That can be ideological No matter how homogeneous your you know from a racial standpoint your environment may be there is. There's difference around you all the time. And how are you dealing with that? What kind of assumptions? And you're bringing to the table and Ken Meditation. Untangle things in a useful way for you so Rhonda. Mcgee is a professor of law at the University of San Francisco. She's been on this show before if you want to hear about her fascinating upbringing Go back and listen to episode one hundred twenty four but in this show. We're GONNA talk about her new book which is called the inner work of racial justice healing ourselves and transforming our communities through mindfulness and we talk about whiteness. What it's like to wake up to whiteness both as a white person and Somebody WHO's Non White? We talk about something that I think is fascinating discussed and we have discussed before in the show that this utility of shame when looking at your own biopsies practical ways to use meditation in And mindfulness in these often incredibly painful and awkward conversations about race. We talk about some of the trickiness even among the the tricky issues even among the people who are really committed to this work. Like where's the line between political correctness? And what the Buddha would call right speech also talk about predatory listening and cancelled culture. So we we really cover a whole range of hot button issues in a really thoughtful and I find incredibly practical meaningful way and also Rhonda's just Super Fun and interesting so here we go. Here's Rhonda McGee Great to see you great to see you to come. Thank you already laughing and smiling and we're GONNA be talking about tough stuff. That's a good sign. It's life yes. That's a useful thing to say actually I can't believe I'M GONNA ask this question. I've tried never task this question because the cliche question but here we go. Why did you write this book? okay. I think this book actually kind of wrote me innocence I think I've been working toward the content of it for many many years. You know this is my twenty first year teaching law in San Francisco and teaching All those years of tot you know traditional courses like Personal Injury Law Insurance Law immigration. But I've also intentionally taught courses that invite us to kind of come around gather around the campfire and look at how race and racism intersect with long legal history in our own lives. Actually and I think in the course of that I certainly number one started relying very consciously on my own Inner work to support that kind of outer work so I was very intentionally relying all those years on my own. Mindfulness practice and then at a certain point. I realized I needed to try to figure out how to bring that explicitly into the classroom to be of greater support to my students in not just into that classroom but just into the legal conversation were generally and So I just began exploring with that and that was way back in two thousand three two or three And then I found the network of other people who both in academia generally we're interested in bringing this inner and outer work together for service and work in the world for a more refined twenty first century way of thinking about what it means to be an educator human being on the one hand but also in law in particular because if you think about law it's just this profound enterprise aimed at trying to as best we can create a structure for holding difficult conversations and dealing with difficult issues that can Help the society cohere overtime so funny you say that because I think of lawyers is the people who like the knowing to detail. Contractual work that. I really don't WanNa do that. I don't even WanNa talk about with them. I understand that and yet what is the purpose of that is to kind of facilitate the work that you want to do in the world you right. So it's yes. I understand that. Set the rules of the road for me and my employer about what I'm expected to do. And what they and what I can expect them to. Absolutely if you wind the lens just a little bit. This is what we do in life as professor get to. Why in the Liz? A little bit and help You know help us see the big questions and the big functions if you will of something. That seems pretty Monday often. The elements of the negligence caused action. Duty breach causation damages. Like how that really that particular as one example of what laws trying to do is really a way of looking at what what sort of the best we can offer as a society as a means to support resolving conflicts that just occur when somebody unintentionally injures another person. This is what we got you know. And it's it's iterative we try and you know Interest on it over time. That's what the common law system was about changing as we need to To take into consideration changes in the culture changes in our sense of what right and wrong is. What's the right way to deal with A particular kind of suffering changes over time whether or not to cognizant recognize a certain kind of suffering changes a society does so so the beautiful thing actually about law for me that it is you know. Is this human effort in human project that is aiming toward a kind of You know a kind of perfection if you will a kind of Making the best with what we have In response to conflict which is inevitable in human community and so For me this book was about bringing that bringing to that conversation into that profound human project something of some tiny bit or some. Some thing of what? I've been learning as I've been working to bring together. This contempt of practice said commitments. That I call mine from this Bringing that together with The particular part of law. That's that works at the intersection of racism and racial injustice as it intersects with class and gender and sex orientation and all the other sorts of `ISMs and schisms of our time but for me just working on that over time gave me a lot to do but also gave me a certain way of holding these complexities. That certainly helped me sustain in the work. Frankly I had a moment where I was GonNa Leave Law because I felt like if I couldn't do it in a way that was much more holistic. Maybe I shouldn't be doing it so it was partly me feeling my way to sustainable way of of doing this hard work but also just feeling like okay. It's helping me I can see. My students are suffering. I can see a lot of suffering in the world around this that if it's helped me maybe it might help somebody else around race and how we respond to racism racial justice questions around the role of law and all of that which has been frankly both perpetrator and hope by holes itself as being the pathway to some sort of resolution but on the other hand if we look historically at the rule of law it's been you know people rightly point to it as really one of the the kind of core forces of oppression codifying it find the injustice. Exactly codifying raise codifying higher racial hierarchy At every level Three-fifth three fits right in the constitution and so many three V Fugitive slave clause So many different places where compromises were made right at the

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"three fifth" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on WTOP

"Medicare medical care we'll have to wait in or near the E. R. if doctors have more urgent cases to attend to Maryland's emergency room wait times are the longest in the country and ambulances waiting an hour or more for patients to be transferred and is not uncommon let's just crushing us our clinicians are standing there not being productive McCumber county fire rescue captain Ben Kaufman and the chiefs monthly briefing the county has started the directed triage program identifying patients who can wait in the lobby instead of waiting on an ambulance stretcher Intel an ER bed opens up if you look at how many patients we take the hospital overall about sixty percent of them are priority threes meaning they have a non emergency medical condition and a subset of those who are stable and can set up in a chair we've pushed out directed tree on which started on February first so far about ten patients a day fit that bill meaning ambulances are being freed up for hours every day so they can respond to new calls Michelle Morello WTOP news should voters keep control over whether gambling is expanded in Maryland the state Senate today approved a constitutional amendment that would take the powers away from voters in the house if the house approves whatever you would vote on the matter in November it takes a three fifths vote by legislators in both chambers to put a constitutional amendment on the ballot in two thousand eight an amendment was approved they're required both legislators and voters to approved any expansion of gambling the trouble is an inspiration as impose sanctions on the trading unit of a Russian oil company for helping Venezuela evaded embargo on selling oil the sanctions are the latest in the trump administration's maximum pressure campaign against the government of Nicolas Maduro Elliott Abrams is the US special representative for Venezuela United States remains firmly committed to the people of that as well and to the cause of freedom there then as well as ships thousands me that hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil last year with the help of the Russian company Rosneft despite US sanctions to comedians what headline the White House correspondents association dinner coming up in April let's talk about this nation SNL performer Keenan Thompson will host this year's White House correspondents dinner he's the show's longest tenured cast member he got the started Nickelodeon sketch series all that in the mid nineties this will of sweet tomatoes comedian whose song Minoans meanwhile will return as the dinners featured entertainer he first performed at the event in twenty sixteen no one wanted to do this so of course it lands in the hands of an immigrant is how it always goes down president trump has boycotted the dinner since his election Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington now I know a lot of you are excited about this so get ready because guess what the twenty twenty White House Easter egg roll lottery is now.

"three fifth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"More scoring strikes are Joe Berle threw two ninety three fifth regulators you after three straight touchdowns a late fending off number seven Florida forty two twenty eight postgame extra comes courtesy Barrett Jones and Shawn Kelley thank you Jim a lot of things said tonight about Ehlers shoe and their big win over the Gators in the top ten match up a death belly forty two twenty eight the final score we could talk about Ellis use validity as a national championship contender with a performance like tonight we can talk about Joe burrows a Heisman Trophy candidate with his performance tonight well there's a lot to talk about like you said I mean I my first time seeing Joe burrow in person honestly I had very high expectations and he exceeded them I mean just that the command that he had this offense I was his stats are pretty staggering twenty one for twenty four two nine three or three touchdowns other forty three yards on the ground he went about two and a half quarters without an incompletion okay let that sink in I mean the guy just throws the ball everyone's a thirty as weapons all of the field he has total control of the office of the line of scrimmage it's it's very good just a blast to watch about their plan football and you said this Seles you team is for real they have to keep getting better on defense and the pieces are in place though unfortunately for Florida they lose for the first time this season after the motional and really significantly less would you give Auburn's they fall here I don't think I'll be the way you would say that that was to be unexpected but for Florida where they move forward well frankly I was pretty impressed with Florida I mean first of all you always got to give them the Vegas oddsmakers anodic was a fourteen point line it up with as a forty point game so they got us again but no I think four is really a a pretty good team and I've said all along I think they're better with cal Trask at the helm their differences could get stops tonight they had Johnson canard he was out I think that really cost and they were not able to even sniff Joe Berle all night any time they got pressure on him he found a running when he picked up yours this legs the final game at Tiger Stadium forty two to twenty eight in favor of number five LSU forbear Jones I'm showing Kelly right here on the schools of all of the college football playoff ESPN radio in the ESPN app now let's go back to Jim at school in the studio nine John thanks so much after Hank that bar got hurt at she scored threw for three touchdowns number fourteen Boise state route to six now rolling past why with over a half a hundred on the border let's keep with college football shot.

"three fifth" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:55 min | 3 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is the marches Pablo but you get in every college and university they give us ten year to Marxists that our kids are here this is a direct assault not on the president not on the present but on the country a direct assault on the country the three fifths vote is I've talked about before was a proposal by the north to limit the number of seats apportioned to the south because of slavery the north didn't say that African Americans are three fifths of a person has a moral imperative the north said that for purposes of assigning house seats to the south at slaves and African Americans what kind of three fifths in other words the north propose that for the purpose of limiting and weakening the representation in the house of representatives by the slave states turbine is not only an ignoramus he's a horrific democratic I've heard this three fifths issues since I was in high school and it was a lie I researched it and I studied it now we know why it was proposed to we know who proposed it we know why they why they proposed and as I said the constitution the United States ends the importation of slavery of slaves twenty years after its adoption why didn't it immediately because they're being constitution because Georgian saw Carolina threatened to walk out of the constitutional convention there would have been no United States of America that would have been no subsequent civil war eliminating slavery and the slave states and territories none when Joe Biden says we've been struggling with this issue for two hundred forty three years he doesn't talk about any of the year up to including in after the civil war not once because that would hurt his narrative Joe Biden is no Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln revered the founding fathers he admired the framers at the constitutional convention he adored the declaration of independence and the constitution of the United States and is one of our greatest presidents if not the greatest president he fought for those documents to underscore those documents what those documents stood for talks about Thomas Jefferson owned slaves ladies and gentleman when you read about the great at the Indian philosopher Plato Socrates Aristotle among others these are republics that owned slaves when you read about the great philosophers and statement statesman during the Roman Empire like Cicero is an empire that owned slaves when you look at the British Empire he even though it abolished slavery before the United States it's trafficked in slaves and slaves to continue to export slaves to the United States of America our borders were broad it was impossible to manage it that's what they did when you look over the Middle East parts of Asia parts of Africa today they're still slaves and slave owners when you look at America when you look at American and when you have a man has been vice president the United States and US senator red eye constitution he now denounces who's been on the public payroll and it's gotten rich as a senator and vice president under the constitution he now denounces it is incredible that he has no comprehension whatsoever of American history in the first draft of the declaration of independence there were several ladies and gentleman Thomas Jefferson specifically addresses the slavish any denounces Britain for attempting to impose an export slaves into the United States he had to take it out of the declaration but that would have been no declaration and yet it is the declaration of independence that Abraham Lincoln waved around speech after speech when it was running for the Senate in Illinois when he was running for president and while he was president that document in his defense of the constitution the United States those slave states wanted out of the union they voted to get out of the union they said the United States constitution along reply to them why what do they do that because the constitution itself is antithetical to slavery just as the modern progressive rejects the declaration of independence today so did the slave states they insisted only applied to whites but read it applies to every human being on the face of the earth Lincoln knew that in Lincoln said over and over and over again in Lincoln so admired these men especially Jeffers the author of the declaration of independence and Lincoln who did more for black people in this country than any other Democrat then since then Joe by never could he would never talk about the founders this way with the declaration of the constitution and he was in a position to announce them all and he wouldn't study wave them any read from the he read from the declaration of independence Jefferson the primary author based largely in the Virginia declaration of rights George Mason the primary author what Abraham Lincoln said was these men who met in Philadelphia under tremendous stress whose lives are on the line which certainly hang if they lost the revolution whose families will be torn asunder whose farms would be taken over these men I did independence hall in Philadelphia at the second Continental Congress and what did they do they declared a declaration independence from the most powerful military force in the face of the earth nobody expected them to win and what did they declare that every human being is a blessing of god with unalienable rights because of government but because of who they are in seven times in that document they point to the creator to the divine that every person has the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness but you say what about the slaves what Abraham Lincoln say about that I'll explain when I return van.

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"three fifth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's Red Eye Radio. I'm Gary McNamara along with Eric Harley, we go to Kenan Chicago about the supreme court and the census question can citizenship question. Can you're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Thanks, guys. Yeah. The framers of the constitution clearly intended that non-citizens be counted for persons of determining congressional representation. That's what that three fifths of all other persons was about that referred to slates who has the drift Stott decision leader made clear in terms of the thinking of that time were not citizens and could never be sissies. And my second point is that the sentences come to serve a number of lemme S's where the. Let me let me ask this question. So wait, wait one legal work done. No, no, no. We're short on short on time, which no, no, no, no, no. Are you talking? So should it be legal non-citizens that are allowed to to be to be part of the census in congressional representation or illegal because slaves were legal. Non-citizens at a f- point until the constitution. And then they were viewed for congressional purposes as three fifth so non-citizens that are here legally or illegal immigrants. What's a legitimate question? That's why I asked that's why that's why stop you. I didn't stop. And I did not stop say. I did not stop by did not stop you as a diversionary tactic. Go back. I don't I don't have an answer to good point. What my second point was that the only purpose in the sense of sensitive, subsequently, come to serve a number of purposes. But the only one specifically mentioned in the constitution is that of numerous anything that undermines the accuracy of the count the parts from the constitutional. Thanks. Well, it would. But it doesn't asking notice ship question. Does not does not that a part. That's not unconscious then you don't. Then you don't ask any other question that I keep somebody from answering except how many people live here. And if you believe that non-citizens should be counted in that we shouldn't ask the question you believe they should be able to vote. That must mean you must include a group of Russians that comes over here only temporarily every election cycle. Well, the whole point is we're not taught the the whole point of the left, and the Democrats is not letting legal non-citizens be represented in congress as the callers trying to make they want illegal immigrants to be represented. That's the point. Yep. So and it, and it doesn't stop that by asking the citizenship question. No. If the point is to get to accuracy. Then the the more questions you act, if the fact that somebody doesn't wish to answer is on them, right? Enumeration is not discounted in that process. Right. Because as I said earlier, you could make the case if you ask the question how many people live here in this apartment complex. They're not going to answer truthfully at because that question in itself could make the census inaccurate because they don't wish because of the lease that they have signed to tell you what the truth is you ask the gender. Their gender is not represented. They're not going to be accurate and tell you of you know, what the answer is on that. Therefore that question should not be answered right? Or should not be asked..

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"three fifth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The Markley van camp show getting out with the old in with a new the separate from one till three on on eight fifty F T L Red Eye Radio. I'm Gary McNamara along with Eric Harley, we go to Kenan Chicago about the supreme court and the census question citizenship question. Can you're on Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Thanks, guys. Yeah. The framers constitution clearly intended that non-citizens battalion for personal determining congressional representation. That's what that three of all other persons was about that referred to slates with the dread, Scott decision leader made clear in terms of the thinking of that time, we're not citizens and could never be. And my second point is that. The census come to serve a number of let me s. Let me let me ask this question. So wait, wait one legal here. No, no, no. We're short on short on time. No, no, no, no, no. Are you talking? So should it. Be legal non citizens that are allowed to to be to be part of the census in congressional representation or illegal because slaves were legal. Non-citizens at a at a point until the constitution. And then they were viewed for congressional purposes as three fifth so non-citizens that are here legally or illegal immigrants. What's legitimate question? That's why I asked why why didn't stop stop? I did not stop by did not stop you as a diversionary tactic. Go. I don't I don't have an answer to good point. What my second point was that the only purpose in the sense of sensitive, subsequently, come to serve a number of purposes. But the only one specifically mentioned in the constitution is that of numerous anything that that undermines the accuracy of the count departs from the constitutional purpose. Thanks. Well, it would. But it doesn't as notice ship question. Does not does not a part. That's not uncommon. Then you don't then you don't ask any other question that might keep somebody from answering except how many people live here. And if you believe that non-citizens should be counted in that we shouldn't ask the question you believe they should be able to vote. That must mean you must include a group of Russians that comes over here only temporarily every election cycle. Well, the whole point is we're not talked the whole point of the left, and the Democrats is not letting legal non be represented in congress as the callers trying to make they want illegal immigrants to be represented. That's the point. Yes. And it, and it doesn't stop that by asking the citizenship question. No. If the point is to get to accuracy. Then the the more questions you act, if the fact that somebody doesn't wish to answer is on them, right? A new Mauritian is not discounted in that process. Right. Because as I said earlier, you could make the case if you ask the question how many people live here in this apartment complex. They're not going to answer truthfully at because that question in itself could make the census inaccurate because they don't wish because of the lease that they have signed to tell you what the truth is you S the gender. Their gender is not represented. They're not going to be accurate. And you of you know, what the answer is on that. Therefore that question should not be answered right? Or should not be asked..

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"three fifth" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Terrific. It was from his book. I think I I learned that my that the Democrats tell about the two thirds of a person, which is exactly the opposite of rates three fifth. Yeah. With the stop the Democrats from gaining more political to'real power, which they wanted to continue to enslave black where the Republicans for the abolitionist party. And they knew there was movement towards freedom, which was the Republican. So that's how they were in the client's account blacks them. So that's why do the left and I include them to continue to lie about this. Because it trashes the country. That's what right. They're desperate, and Linda even claim that the electoral college is a result of slavery electoral college at absolutely nothing to do with slavery. Like you point out if anything the opposite. It was to oppose the southern power continue to leave lafley Lyndon Johnson, the modern times he was quoted as saying if he can take the black father out of the home and get the woman dependent on government. He'll get the black vote for I don't know the source of that, thanks for your call. I don't know the source of that. Maybe did maybe didn't. But I'm not aware of it. So. Let us continue Tricia ten fly New Jersey. How are you? Oh, hi markets. Thank you for taking my call. A really great idea. And probably a lot of people. Do you know about President Trump wanting to send the legal Elliott society where cities and Mike what was to send them all to Hawaii and put them all on a no fly list because you know, how you know people that are running Hawaii feel about Donald Trump. Sent him to Hawaiian do what I couldn't hear. To Hawaii and put them on a no fly list. So it'd be kind of like an alka trad and. All right. Thanks for your co. We get a little too clever, and it doesn't come across very well. No. But there's no reason they cannot go to sanctuary cities..

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"three fifth" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"three fifth" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"Your risk is the nickel, which is not, you know, not that big of a deal if he bets nickel on someone like James white at twenty five to one or gronkowski fifty to one. Then all of a sudden you've got a decision to make interpret what you move, generally speaking. Yeah. I mean, we, you know, we we played around more in terms of upping the prices on on the lower odds, initially, your your risk in terms of the Super Bowl MVP and stuff like that. Usually on the high prices guys, you know, people like to take a big shot on some of these numbers. You're sharp guys. Just as a general rule talking about what I've seen from super hops is your, you know, your sharp guys with dental to find value in prices like that. Whereas the public will wanna, you know, have some fun and put a number down on say, you know, James two twenty five to one or early at, you know, plus sixteen hundred whatever it is. You know, they're looking for the bigger payoff of bigger bang for the buck, whereas sharp guys, we'll find value in in these numbers. Also find you know, again, it's such a public driven market, especially with the props. But even the game itself. Very much driven by the public. So you, you know, we talked last year the same situation came up where sharp for finding value in numbers that were like minus three hundred minus four hundred and stuff like that. And it's just the fact that if you're public better, and you're looking at these props, you know, do you really wanna risk minus three fifth year, minus four hundred to get, you know, a hundred back in return, not really you're looking for the, you know, the big bang for your buck. And also, you get a little bit bragging rights, you know, I played that plus fifty plus fifty or whatever. So if the sharp guys if they see something where you know, we've got our price out there. It's like say minus three hundred which is like seventy five percent probability of break even point. And they think the numbers should be minus five hundred they're gonna hit that number. They're gonna they're gonna find value there where as the public this time of year when we have, you know, our our full Slater props out there almost always taking back the plus money. Yeah. Something I'll always remember one of my friends in the industry told me about the Super Bowl. He goes you want more minuses than pluses in the Super Bowl prop market. He said, you know, it's just it's just the way you want it to be because you know, the big ticket plus money prices. I mean, they're that high and that, you know, attractive for a reason. So I guess, you know, just in general here. I mean, when would you expect out and another wave of action to come in on this game? I mean we're talking Monday Tuesday. Are we talking, you know, once all the props get posted, you know, then maybe people kinda come around to look at the spread as well. Just when you think we see additional wave of movement here. I mean, there's really injuries to be you know, worry about right now. So I think you know, right. The head to the game itself. I think probably early next week as well. You'll see a wave. You also have to understand that most of the you know, the public guys they have to manage their bankrupt. Or not talking about sharp guys with you know, a whole ton of bullets in the gun at this point in time can fire away and still have a lot. Play with basketball and hockey where the all star break with hockey. But we've college basketball and stuff like that. So it does come down to question of money management as well in terms of managing your bankroll. So I think as you get closer to the game. That's why we see, you know, so much more action come up people. Just don't wanna bet ten days in advance unless they really think the number's going to move and find some value. So I think the next way will probably be or you know, around Thursday Friday next week. It's kind of like the hype is all going to kick in. Well, ironically enough we will talk to Brent again record with him on Thursday for Friday show next week for our final obser- port of the season rent. Good luck with everything here over the next couple of weeks, and we'll talk again, next Thursday awesome. Thanks again for having me on him..

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Dueling immigration bills fall short in Senate

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00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Dueling immigration bills fall short in Senate

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NASCAR Cup Series: Homestead Starting Lineup Released

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00:21 sec | 4 years ago

NASCAR Cup Series: Homestead Starting Lineup Released

"Top of the board. In Friday's time trials at homestead Miami speedway. The four finalists. Kyle Busch will start second Martin tricks third fifth while Kevin Harvick will start twelve. Ask. Our champion will be determined after Sunday's race Patrick fos reporting. Alexander Alexander's ever EV has denied Roger Federer Rashad at a one

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 Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:03 min | 4 years ago

Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

"A science experiment gone terribly wrong. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business. I going to tell you when you said that like a hundred fucking comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so they're low. Andy walks. The bases loaded on twelve straight pitches. How can the nice guys Lael pitches that close? I, thou shall take out the holy pin, then thou shalt count to three, no, more. No less four, thou shalt not count, then count thou to expecting thou then proceed to three five is right out. Once the number three being the third number be reached. Then lavas thou the holy hand grenade of Antioch towards the nice guys on business need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now hero, you're. Host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner your fourteen percent or are we going to crap out? Do we need a quick episode. Oh, I see. They turned off the mega maze. So I've got a fourteen percent more WI fi before it dies and nuts. So it's ok, never. Okay. Joining to stop recording some reasons. Why that you need to tell me. Do we have anything private lives? Nothing. Right. Hey, look and fans. Welcome back. Welcome back by the way, whatever it is the beginning of this recording. I'm sure it's all going to be in the recording because you know what? There's nothing private between Doug and I, it's all about the fuck advanced love you guys in. We are completely transparent with you. I don't even. I can't even imagine what in my life would be so private that I cannot share it with the nice guys on business podcast. What would that be? Imagine anything so private that I couldn't share it with the three or four thousand people download every episode of this easy asked show. It's not like anybody ever held anything against me in really. I mean, never. I mean, I've, I've talked relationship stuff. I've talked health stuff. I've talked GMO things you and I have gotten in arguments. I've gotten in arguments with with ex wives. I've had my kids on the show. I mean, what? What else could possibly go wrong on this show? Well, having said that I'm going to spend the virtual meal. Yeah, I don't have the wheel because I'm not at home. Right? But I'm, I'm still in Connecticut. I know come for anybody that doesn't know anything about banking as listen to the Tuesday show. We talked about sensitively, so go back and listen. If you didn't listen, hang on. I'm looking through the topics because the tie what you just said about being transparent is one of your topics. And now I can't. I don't know on being transparent was one of the topics. I mean a happy to talk. About transparency but was topics. It was indirectly topic because it was something about your relationships. Where's that topic? Oh, yeah, yeah. Whitney. The topic was I wanted to my relationship, woes and successes. I wanted to share one men women, and that's exactly. Okay. Doug, go ahead please. It's actually actually so so JJ zan's. And created this other podcasts because struggle with tired of hearing, hearing me being the why. Why he knows bitch. Tired of it. So JJ and I while she had already had this show called, I spell the wrong actually put men, women and relationships as actually. But it is women men in relationships. Some. Sorry, I'm laughing because as you're saying that looking at the page in one note chain, you're making changes to Beijing. I wanna to make sure it's very clear what I did I corrected myself. So if you if you were curious exactly what has happened, speaking of total transparency, it's not that I don't wanna share exactly what has happened in my life, but Strickland is frankly, he's probably tired of hearing it for me and everybody that knows me because all they do is complain about how all I do is complain. So we're, we're talking about total transparency, right? Yeah, sure. Go ahead. I'm going to be totally transparent with. Okay, I am. I am far less tired of hearing about your relationship Bose. I don't want to say I find it interesting. Interesting makes them sound kind of trite and it's because your your relationship was more the trait. They're very important four before you share what you're about to share, though I wanna let you know that the next sentence that you say you're going to hurt my feelings. Well, maybe possible. Things more. What I'm totally fine hearing about your because I think any information about relationships, whether they're good better and different, I think is great information for people to hear and learn. I'm much. I'm not really tired of hearing about that. I am tired of hearing about how fucking corn is the worst on nude body in fucking GMO's in the chemicals and the all the fucking California should that you've adopted less two months. So hold up. Hold up. Hold up. It's interesting. You say that because when we had our production call just earlier tonight, I was explaining the trials and tribulations of trying to put my essential oils in my diffuser. Thank you. That's exactly piling on his exactly the kind of that. I am really fucking. That's the best that is the greatest thing. And then I held up a little a little jar of my Himalayan sea salt. I love this this entire experience here on the west coast. It's been so amazing. So. So. I'm sorry, did you owns now to calm myself? So I don't get upset to hear more about all of your California lifestyle, hey, strategy strikes. You'll you'll like this part though. I just made arrangements to have my Harley shipped out here so that my life will be will be coming slowly. The east coast will slowly be moving its way to the west coast. I will no longer just be able to transport myself from one spot to another in either my my beach cruiser bicycle mice, GameBoy or my skateboard I will actually have a motorized vehicle. So what you're saying is that when when you're cyncial oils are not quite there and win, your shock crews are not quite valid. I never said the words. Shocker I've is. You will be able to hop onto your fucking American-made Harley. Davidson. Motorcycle fucking crank it up to about one hundred twenty guests Ables of caffeine. Looking exhaust sound to drive around LA in piss off all the people in their silent Tesla's to get all those shock RAs back in light. Again, I approve of this one hundred percents oh my gosh, I love it. I love it. Well, I'm glad that you approve at least of one portion of my west coast lifestyle, but I have to tell you straight when you were here and you were hanging pull side and you were doing karaoke and singing who songs from inside the poll, and we would podcast inside the pool. You weren't fucking complaining then were you motherfucker. Shea shea? Yes, that is an excellent retort, Doug you. You'd make an excellent point. When I maybe I may have few words, but they are. They are wise words and their well-placed. My friend, well-placed, look, I really wanted to make that argument. I would make the same argument about that that I would have been about Vegas, right? I love going to Vegas. Vega since January. February? Yeah, long fucking time as a long time. For many months? Yeah, I would never alike visiting Vegas Vegas like escape. And on the trade shows, it's gambling relaxing? Yeah, I would never want live there personally. I kind of feel the same way away. I really like to visit. I'd love to see you again and I did. I loved have the pool hanging out with your friends and like recording podcasts at the pool and Chilin. I just don't think I could live there. You know what? I really like about it a lot. I think that I think that this was an unusual kind of extra bonus that it didn't realize that I was getting is then I love the fact that when it's nine o'clock my time, it's midnight your time, and I'm still feeling in that zone with you because like for me, twelve o'clock is was way too late to do anything, but you are always up for it for me, nine o'clock is like mice. I'm slowing. Downtime. So, oh, I do love the fact that I'm three hours behind you. Oh, believe me. That was not lost on me because right now, currently, as we're recording this right now, it is. It's nine fifty one in l. a. which. Right? It's twelve fifty one here at a cat annually fucking ready to go because that's just me. I'm just tonight. Was funny night person because I still get up at six or seven every day. I just don't sleep. I don't need to sleep. I. I don't get hired Marjorie yacht. Yup. Yup. Yup. Embarrassed Mark through, but I don't think she listens. We shouldn't that be wait a second. We make our fucking guest list new show. We don't make our own employees. Listen to this show force them. She's listened to a few episodes. I just don't think she listens regularly all the time. I mean, I hope she doesn't like I hope he doesn't show to sit. She's part of the team now it doesn't matter took I don't think. think. Seriously. I don't think she'd be embarrassed. Honestly, I don't even listen to our show. That she. So early on so Marjorie. Okay. Let's give a little backstory. Right? You love the details right old. Three Marquette, yes. So when I came out to visit the first time I've visit you and JJ. Right, and we're talking it was after San Diego, and we're just talking in very general terms, hey, turnkey needs some help, and we technical person. We may need some more MR and JJ says, hey, I noticed remarks, right? And she's great. And I, I really think she'd be right for you. And by the way, I think, let's let's reach outdoors you. She can come hang out with a site. You can be. Okay, cool. That was that was a good, hang out actually. So we call her and she's like, sure I can hang out today and you and me and Jane Martin, we all know hanging out drinking like tricky. Keep our red light long. Right? We had a great time. We Marjorie very well, we, we clicked. It was great. So not only was it that she had the right skill set, but she was the right personality type, right, great personality, great attitude, and I love her right, I do too. So we hired her on the teeth. She's now a permanent full time. Part of the turnkey team. You helping us out with all kinds of great stuff. So a couple of weeks. So we hire and martyr were chatting back and forth somewhere kind getting to know each other. And she reaches out to randomly calls me and she's like, hey, treasure question covers Russian. Like, okay, she's like. You don't seem to sleep. I said, okay, we don't know what you're the very well, but that is very stupid. Ulceration your for. Right. She just, how do you do that? And I said, okay, it's interesting question. And then she Laverick. She's like, look, you seem like a pretty fun, positive upbeat person. You don't seem to sleep much, but you seem okay. It's not like you're of Bogin tired of on whatever I right, right. And so I said, well, I gotta tell you through four or five years ago. I was that person. I was like sleeping law. I was so tired. I was down whatever. I'm I've repulsive outlook on life. You know, I try to look at the good things, but also I love what I do. Right. Like I love doing this podcast you, I love turnkey a love, our turnkey clients. I mean, most most. Go down that road. Right. Look as as most of you may know I work a day job, right? I'm a report data, annals for social solutions. I love angel. I don't do the job because all my gotta make other. Day job. And so my typical day hours a day eight or nine one. hours, right? I come home. I eat dinner, hail by family bid bid one. Have a cell phone with, Jared, I gotta tell you when you said that like a hundred footing comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so there. So the first comment that comes to mind is I'm not gay. I just let him suck my dick. Good light. Exactly. Who doesn't like you could blow job right. And then the second comment is, did we talk about sheltering twelve dollars from the government in blow job in the same episode? Because I just don't even remember. I think it went. I think it was about a week ago. We were talking about how we can find a tax shelter or something like that for the twelve dollars in turn key. And then I, I, maybe I meant to comment made a comment about a blowjob, twelve dollars. I don't remember. I don't know. I don't either, but by the way hall, dude, you do not need an excuse to call in and ramble about whatever we don't give a shit. We love the call. I do believe that was one of your other topics. Wasn't it? Forty? Two, forty, two DJ Jagger's that have a police Glenn. Anybody anything. You wanna talk about anybody who wants to talk. We are going to play the voice mail or not even gonna listen to a head of time. So if you wanna call forty two j Doug and just you excellent ex-. Okay. Got a couple of drinks a couple of scotches doing a skew expletives we don't. We're not gonna. Listen to head tower. It's gonna play. No, no, we want you. We want you to leave voicemails. Just go ahead, funk, and fans. Those that are out there. There's many of you that have not left messages in a long long, longtime Jared were or ever. We, Jared, we very much appreciate your messages. You keep them coming in, but all of our other funk advance. I can't name all of you because I know I know who you are. I know you wanna leave a message, please go ahead and pick up the phone. Forty, two forty zoo DJ Doug, we will play the message. You can even just babble for five seconds if you want to. We don't care. We just want to hear the message, please. We just want to know you're out there. We just wanted to use it. It's all good. Yeah, Jared, dude, we love you. You can call in as often or as many times as you want. And by the way, as Doug said earlier, if there are messages that you have laughed that you that you have heard on the show, just leave him get. Chips. I can't remember Doke sober and he can't. Excuse for me. Okay. All right. Now I want to get just one. I just want what is going on over there Strickland. It's passed. It's passed door. Okay. It's it's one zero, seven less call. I think some of the people the birthday party here there are spilling out onto the highway was going on. Exact, should I post the picture I sent to you the fire and everything like that. As well. Wait, have we done that? Where's Muhammed? Muhamed Chakib we need you back. My friend, my God, Muhammad, each's Muhammed. Where are you? We need to show our please gene. You just do a Google search for flies and then do something like root to it. I don't know that would be for Tuesday in the pudding. Pudding woman, wait a minute. Hold on a second. Okay. Let me just let me just try to make sense of what you just said. Okay. Well, wait a minute somebody. I think it's the birthday girls coming over here. Looking me. Hold on one second. Okay. Okay. Is it your birthday today? dude, like Okay. turnkey So work what was and the whole I get deal to bed with them by. bringing like little cupcakes I can't remember the last out time to you? for midnights usually I liked twelve it thirty lasts one by the one way. thirty, something Thanks. like that. I'm up What's by your name? six or seven. Hold on. I'm doing a punt. Yeah, you went through Tell this. You her went to through podcast. this period of time She's where she likes. She where backed off you like were mad afraid at yourself like or you're not talking. going to bed before midnight, and you actually Okay. tried to go to bed before midnight, So what's but your. you actually never never. It's Molly Molly really make never fly. happened. I think I did twice me. You'll Mike remember is called. you got mad The at nice yourself. is on this. You couldn't do it. And I think you gave We are up setting the what the every nice guys once in on a while this writer. seven Like hundred. How I'll many be ways doing you're my thing in thirty prison crews, episodes. like it's So eleven o'clock. we're I'll all be like. about how do you head and business? Fucking I did tired nice. and yes, I'll Oh, go to no, bed. Eleven. It's we like really don't it's like talk once a month that much. This every is other known month. about this Right. every I'm still once in a a while month by six stumble or seven. Usually on bizarre. in Marjorie We is drink like, how a do lot you do of that? Molly. I'm like, I saw really early. everything Bringing that I out do. like little I enjoy things. and I really And the she presented think to that's you. the key, right? What were You. they saying. If they're I just doing graduated that, you don't like for what doing, nursing. hey, somebody Oh my else God. to do, get rid of them quit the day job, do whatever. By the way Anyway, like she should I reduce would have your somebody hoped tangent. that is his first I completely name, not his last name. forgotten the core thing that we started talking about here. Mine's No, that's okay. I don't even remember most what read it was you either like congratulations on your graduating your relationships nursing school. was I was mistaken. well. Yeah, It but wasn't that's a birthday what party. that's why. I says So the if you initial wanna tune singing in about my what relationships, it was. Tapeh women say, men in relationships is the place what to go. were you seeing I mean, it's Strickland. JJ makes total sense of the fuck ary. That Molly is called doesn't my personal even know life. what the hell She was under being somebody she who's gets weeks and it. She her understands as it and congratulations she's so well-versed notice at it and analyze. Limbaugh. I mean, you know, I mean, you know how well how good she is Let's eat as that kind of on coach. time, but And the we actually have several people from trip our out community to see that have holocaust reached out to her survivors. and survivors. and have expressed an interest in her coaching. I think there are a couple people that have actually taken her up on the on the whole whole coaching aspect of things and and it was really, she's coach MU couple times by the way, again, not interrupted a man robbed. Yes, I've had a couple of scotch. Gotcha. Homer. Anything much. Or so. JJ again, like all over the place. Now it's one o'clock in the morning. I'm here from all over. The place are fine. I love it. You're drunk. This is great. Title. Schoenbach joke. So I'm Jay, Jay, Jay Jane. I have done a couple of sessions in. She's amazing. I just have sue shit on. I haven't had a chance to get back with her, but she's amazing. So. Okay, go ahead. None of. So what I was going to say was that. So when when I'm able to chat with her on as the as the as the temporary co host or maybe the part time could not temporary that Jesus, that'll be horrible and temporary Colo's to be the part time. Co host of women. Men in relationships was great about it is we take actually this entire fucked up thing that has happened to me in my relationships in my an and where I might look at it on nice guys as a completely like, oh my God, my life is going down this horrible. You know this horrible path and look what's happened. You know, when I come on her show and we actually ended up having a conversation about it. My life begins to make much more sense. Maybe every maybe an and we discovered this when we were in Baltimore, just just a week or so ago. And and you know, I'm I'm sitting there in the chair and we're having we're having Bret or is sitting there in the booth. And we're having a breakfast with a buddy of mine. And I said, I don't even know where this this, this, this, this thought came, but I'm like, hey, maybe everything that has happened in my life up to this point, the divorces and you know the the people that have been mad at me and all this, the the exile in the stress and the all of the shit that has happened in my life. Maybe all of that. If I'm looking at this from a different filter, if I'm looking from this at a different angle in perspective, maybe this all happened for a reason that is positive to teach me something that I'm going to be able to take the next part of my life. And I'm like, I would never have been able to think those thoughts. I would always been. I would always been thinking, why the fuck did this all happen to me rather than this happened to me for a specific reason and it was an intended reason and it's a part of this this just this this path that I'm on, that's this is. Contract that I have made with myself. And when you look at it that way, it's like nothing in life ever happens for a reason poorly. It all happens for to teach you a lesson. So that's what we cover in women. Men relationships if you want to a slightly still a funny part of me, but a much more serious funny part of me. Listen to that that show because we do get into kind of deep with with relationships here. Here's where we just bash everything going on in my life on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and that is that is okay with me or the beginning of the show were hash you for the whole California lifestyle? Yes. GMO's in the corn is not instable. Okay. The comment that you just made about in hate? Maybe everything that has happened to me is actually happened for he said, yes, if that is part of the California lifestyle that support I agree with. I'm going to tell you. Is my bell. Bell. That is my philosophy, our percent, they're no such thing as stakes. There's no such thing as bad things that happen to you. And by the way, this big overall picture big picture. Yeah, could almost maybe be considered business advice if you want to consider business vice. Although we haven't given business advice on the guys. In a long time. So I don't wanna break that streak ship, but we do. It's just only three fifths of the week is business advice, the two-fifths of the week, known as Tuesdays and Thursdays, which is also one hundred percent of your time, which means that the only common element in the dysfunction of our Tuesdays and Thursdays is used stricklin. Realize that right despair dot com. Won't you realize that the only comment denominator in all of your dysfunctional relationships. I love that anyway. So back to I am one hundred percent of the belief in the philosophy, and I am so down with this. I am so aligned with this. That. Bad things don't happen. Okay. Mistakes don't happen and horrible things. Don't happen there to things that happened there, either successes or there are less when something bad happens. It's not like over. Just fucking horrible. And why the fuck did this happen to me new? It's trying to teach you something who knows what it is. And sometimes at the time it happens, it just not seem obvious. It doesn't seem like this could be productive. It doesn't seem like this could be something positive because it's something so horrible. You know what? Sometimes you just got to be patient go, you know what? Positives and I am a hundred percents on our that. I'm feeling there is a little bit of business advice in there somewhere. And now you've gone and spoiled it for everybody. Dammit pay for those of you who only listen to the Tuesday and Thursday show and completely Shum the month. Monday was your Friday because you don't want MRs vice. I'm sorry. I apologize. I didn't mean to infuse just a tiny bit of what might be considered business advice into the to say, while I got you on while I got you on a little bit of Iran tear just just talking in general, just as your as your. River, your verbally vomiting here. Can you explain it? I'm not. I don't wanna get into the politics of this. I just want to get into the understanding of where we stand with this. Do you know what's going on? Because I have not followed it at all. Other than through my CNN alerts.

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'Ireland's Divesting From Fossil Fuels An Opportunity' - Laois TD

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

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'Ireland's Divesting From Fossil Fuels An Opportunity' - Laois TD

"Day at bloomberg this is a plutocracy and a gilded age tom just before we go we've we've set you up for helsinki you're off to helsinki we've got you sorta on the three fifths you can have a great time on all gonna be brilliant is it curious when you listen to president trump scolding chance of miracle for her dependence on russia than we think about the conversation that's probably going to happen this week in rather cozy one i would think in helsinki the answers i was just tyler we don't know we really don't know the president touched on that today in his press conference where i think for a lot of people including our margaret talev who was there he was really in his game and actually doing pretty well to use his phrases a stable genius but within that is the mystery which president trump brought up his hugh really doesn't know him the media onslaught of trump putin love the new york magazine cover of seven days ago prompt tuten or whatever they set in black and white the reality and that was brilliant but the reality is the president united states said i really don't know this guy can we get beyond handshakes and can we get me on tentative quick little talks i think that's the mystery of helsinki that's tom cain and it's larger bloomberg news in the host of bloomberg surveillance talking that to monaco's editor andrew tuck and editor in chief tyler rely in just a moment will focus on urban tech but first let's get a look at some of the other stories we've been following today syrian government forces retaking control of rebel held parts of dera beth place of the revolt against bashar assad troops along with russian military police of raise the syrian flag there according to state media the un says close to a quarter of a million people remain displaced by the feis north korean officials failed to attend talks to the us t on repatriating the remains of american soldiers who killed in the korean war pretending those remains one of the agreements much from donald trump summit meeting with kim jongun tokes would you in the demilitarized zone today close to eight thousand us soldiers remain casa fide as missing in action from the korean wool and land is to become the first country to stop public investments in fossil fuels supporters of the move praised the government's saying it has made history policies designed to help them meet its commitments under the paris climate change agreements this is the monocle eighty.

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