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"tim ryan" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
"Into another conflict with the native Americans. He was also understandably reticent about a group of unruly whites and blacks on the Virginia frontier. Instead, of sending help Berkeley resolved to fortify a chain of forts protecting the colonial Jamestown a solution that provided little comfort to those out on the frontier. So the frontiers Zeman black white rallied behind Bacon. When Nathaniel Bacon boldly proclaimed liberty to all servants Negroes, Berkeley declared Bacon, a rebel and rebellion was on. Because what happened during the rebellion was before that you are divided by whether you are a Christian or a heathen by your almost your ethnic group where you Irish where you France read this read that but all the poor workers were taking on the economic royalists of that time, and that became a threat the working class people regardless of the color of their skin became a threat. That's when the wealthy people started trying to divide everybody by the color of their skin has at its core capitalism functions by allowing the exploitation of the many by the wealthy few. Capitalism versus Labor the ultimate detention, and so they saw that as a real threat and still do and you see it today and it's modern version of the destruction of the unions when the unions were thirty thirty, five percent of the workforce back where you come from and where I come from in Ohio the unions were strong or in New York and you had A. Very strong middle class. You had people who have pensions they could retire with dignity. They had healthcare they had a five day workweek could go on vacation. They had a good life and so still going on today just in different versions when you're talking about workers but obviously, that system is very much still in place you know the statistics I know about crack versus cocaine or. Marijuana and all these things and longer sentences in. So we're trying to unravel a broken system and the problem is you had a lot of people that didn't want to acknowledge it or talk about it or they drove around the problem they drove around the poverty drove around the issues around class, and then a pops up in the sixties and you have a guy like bobby. Kennedy who was almost able to bridge that divide in some sense in an he got killed Martin Luther King got killed non violent protests that were starting to move the needle. So here we are now in how this ties to the meditation piece when you're meditating, there's a moment of awareness right? You'll get lost in thought right TV's off everything's up in you're just thinking about. Something you can sit there for ten minutes and you're in a fight with somebody in your head or you're having a thought or whatever, and then the moment of awareness is the moment you recognize you're looking at the thought you're not the thought the thought just happening which your brain does right now in the country I feel like we're at that moment of awareness where. White people primarily are going, Oh, my God, all these things I heard about I just saw this guy you'll honest guys neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds. Maybe what they have been saying is actually true boom. Do you think that politicians have spread this false message of colorblind? which is how I grew up with that phrase colorblind in order to push a harmful agenda. Because it was the logic of the Nixon administration right which enacted a series of horrible discriminatory economic policies starting nineteen sixty-nine ish and then Nixon called it this free and open society and in retrospect I, think that that was a way to basically place the blame for any poverty or crime that might occur on the individual or the culture or they're bad choices rather than the. Systemic oppression that was happening and I think the same thing happened in the eighties with Reagan, when he started to slash the budget for social programs leaving basically every city leader without federal aid and very little chance to battle poverty and unemployment in black neighborhoods. So I think we have to be realistic as to how this problem was almost taken advantage of by political institution on. Of course to continue with capitalism, and now we have this enormous wealth gap from the wealthiest few who are totally fine with exploiting workers. So if that is the scenario and that is all post, the civil rights movement, right? I mean, we're talking about sixty nine to Reagan to everything that we see today how the fuck do we get out of this and how do we live by the ideals and act on the ideals that we know make this country great. Well I. Think you start by recognizing what you just said that this was perpetuated it started off with the southern strategy with Nixon. Political scientists will tell you. That the realignment of the South. From solidly Democratic to Republican is the single greatest. Partisan transformation in all of American history. The GOP could stay the course and follow pro civil rights. Republicans down one path. Or follow the advice of Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona who famously said. After Nixon's. Loss. were, not going to get the Negro vote as a bloc. So we ought to go hunting where the ducks are. And that was his goal in Lyndon Johnson knew that that was going to be utilized by them over issues of race. Then it got cleaned up by the time Reagan got in it was about state's rights right to keep the state. So the federal protections around civil rights and voting and those kind of things could be undermined by pushing things down to the states in most people's mind. If you're not trying to exploit racism, you think local government does work better. Yeah. I'd rather have a smaller federal government more people doing stuff in my community. So the question is, now, how do we get out of it? We get out of it by in my mind getting back to the Creep Bacon rebellion concept of if you have just black people pushing certain things, there's not enough political. Might there it has to be a coalition of white people and Black People and Brown people, women and men all coming together, which is the beauty of these. That are happening around the country and I know just in northeast Ohio in the towns I was at there were a lot more white people there than I. Ever ever expected and this why this is the moment of awareness of people just like showing up this is wrong and I wanna be on the right side and I want to try to. Help in I think we have got it just continue to build that in cultivate that I think it's happening. It's not happening quickly enough. It's really not happening in part because you do have the president of the United States who is clearly running a campaign on race clearly trying to exploit the hurt pain the fear that historical wounds that this country has. Want he'll them. He doesn't want to open up a national conversation he wants to exploit it. So this is going to have to be done without him, but it's about people of good conscience. One of the great speeches I think in American history is president. Kennedy's Oval. Office speech on civil. Rights. In when you hear the story that the speech was like half written and he was winging. It for the second half because obviously that's a big speech. Right you've been speeches I've been speech. You want it to be as good as you can, and they didn't have it finished and he just went because it was from his heart and he gives this speech about how would you like to walk in this person's shoes as a white person we are confronted primarily with a moral issue. It is all the scriptures and it.
Fresh update on "tim ryan" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News
"I'm Jeffrey Shop in San Francisco, where hundreds were sworn in as American citizens have a better future. Dave Ross has some thoughts on the debate over how and when Congress should confirm a new Supreme Court justice. Good afternoon. I'm Patty Rising along with Jeff Bell. Our News watch continues leading the city Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to make Juneteenth Day celebrating the end of slavery paid county holiday. The CBS reporter Tim Reid explains the costs involved in what is clearly a boost for the black lives matter Movement and almost certainly a California first. The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to make Juneteenth a paid holiday for its 22,000 employees. Supervisor Dave Corte Z, who launched the effort tells KCBS that holiday pay will cost the county $2.3 million for the first year in overtime for hospital workers, law enforcement, public works and those who must be on the job. Sabrina Mohan lamantia spoken support slavery has ended. We still see economic inequality, oppression and injustice in our nation. Qualities like Juneteenth bring us one step closer to ending that. Governor Newsome in June, said he was open to discussions about making Juneteenth a state holiday. As has been done in Texas, New York, Virginia and Massachusetts. A number of large companies give their workers of payday off on June 19th. Nike, Citigroup, Uber and Twitter, among them, Tim Ryan KCBS. Hundreds of people from all parts of the Globe became naturalized United States citizens at ceremonies held across the nation case, CBS's Jeffrey Shop says. This comes as America celebrates Constitution and Citizenship Day He attended one such ceremony in San Francisco, the 25 soon.
"tim ryan" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
"That is a constant process that reveals itself and you have kids right and that whole thing you like looking at yourself at six years old I mean having kids is the most terrifying thing I've ever done in my life. Yeah. Tariff fine. It's the full catastrophe. It's pure joy pure terror and seventeen year old. Now he's out driving a car in his curfews later than nine PM. I never thought I would be the person that would wake up with one eye open at midnight worrying about the kids I was the guy who slept through the night and now I'm the guy wearing about the kids. So but that's all an opportunity to know more about yourself and think about what was I doing when I was seventeen was I responsible or irresponsible I've got an answer for that I'll save for another program, but it's all a process of learning and that's why I think this moment almost cries out for contemplation. How did we get here I? Think there is an opening there's an awakening happening. How did we get here? Things are so fucked up how did we get here in actually taking time to process that and I talked to the difference between a meditation and just the kneeling moment of silence in that eight minutes and forty six seconds you have room room to breathe but room to see and try to understand and I hope that what the urban yogis are doing can become a national effort in some sense to us all opening up really having the adult discussion that we really need to have country..
Governor shuts bars, dining as virus hits California hard
"The rising case rate means bars and restaurants, gyms and churches or shutting down again. The new rules coming out of Sacramento, KCBS reporter Tim Ryan with word that Santa Clara County where there's been a sharp rise in positive cases, and hospitalizations is certainly no exception. Tim Yes. Stan Santa Clara added to the governor's watch list, with its additional restrictions Monday was notably bad, with 253 new cases recorded 33 new hospitalizations in one more death, closing immediately or restaurants, wineries, bars, breweries and movie failures. Think of the number of jobs those hold. After today. Closures include Jim's barbershops and hair salons, churches, shopping malls and non essential offices. Those all set to close tonight at midnight in Santa Clara County still allowed is construction. Cristian Rodriguez is a pipe fitter, working on a massive new Google headquarters in mountain view, he says several co workers have contracted the virus, and there's Tension on the job site, he says the macho attitude of construction workers Israel and during a pandemic not really helpful hangover for I'm seizing a sore throat, something that you can work with that. Not too bad could be just barely kind of of poet. And more than likely people are still going to try and go to work. Senate Clara is second to Alameda in the total number of cases with more than 6500. The additional death on Monday brought that total to 167. Certainly, and unwanted top position here in the Bay Area reporting like Tim Ryan Casey.
Historic WWII ship saved from San Francisco warehouse fire
"Other news a massive four alarm fire destroyed a warehouse on San Francisco's fisherman's wharf it sent a thick column of smoke over the waterfront to threaten the historic navy ship the CBS radio's Tim Ryan this fire escalated to four large quickly with walls collapsing businesses inside consumed quickly the historic World War two liberty ship the USS Jeremiah o'brien threatened a fire ladder truck damaged by heat or flames and infrared gear detecting fire under this old wooden
Firefighters battle massive fire at San Francisco's Fisherman Wharf
"They've got it under containerised San Francisco firefighters spent most of the day controlling a massive fire at fisherman's wharf KCBS reporter Tim Ryan's been there all day and tells us one firefighter was injured several businesses destroyed but there were some good saves to this fire was spectacular ripping through the east side of pure forty five forcing sleeping crew members from the U. SS Jeremiah o'brien liberty ship the World War two liberty ship to run for their lives and injuring one firefighter we're told a severe laceration to either hand or an arm the first ladder truck arriving on scene was damaged by fire FirstEnergy
San Francisco Bay Area to open for manufacturing, curbside retail
"Three more bay area counties will see more businesses opening starting today KCBS reporter Tim Ryan is in one of those counties San Matteo county to explain what's changing ten was any Marin San Francisco and San Matteo county some manufacturing and curbside retail will reopen these are the last risky businesses clothing and shoe stores florists bookstores sporting goods car washes pet grooming and more you order over the phone or online and then you pick up outside or arrange delivery there's no trying on shoes slacks or dress for example Judy Sheldon owns Judy's flag city in Belmont Park though flag they sell PM thanks so sprinters I saw strippers she's been close for months is anxious to re open has a table by the front door with hand sanitizer but open to crowds the whole somebody's getting me did you see the unemployment rates today you know nobody dared to many people can I mean that's my daughter comes people can't even pay their mortgage thank god my house is paid for Judy is hoping the small business loan she received will cover her rent napa Sonoma and Solano counties of already entered stage two Alameda and Contra Costa could do so soon send a clear is the one hold out there is
Senate passes $484 billion coronavirus bill for small business and hospital relief, testing
"Engines the house is set to vote tomorrow on a four hundred eighty four billion dollar coronavirus stimulus package and it does authorize an additional three hundred and ten billion dollars for the paycheck protection program but Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan says it's not anywhere near close to enough state local governments got zero money in this thing we should be more concerned about that they're gonna be laying off police and fire the deal also includes seventy five billion for hospitals and twenty five billion for covert
What Doctors And Nurses Wish They Knew At The Start Of The COVID-19 Pandemic | NBC News - NBC News
"This San Francisco health officials are now hoping that there is less casual sex happening right now since the pandemic KCBS is Tim Ryan says that's because routine STI and HIV testing has been stopped for now Jennison Broussard who heads the main health clinic for the San Francisco aids foundation assumes there's less hooking up since the stay at home water she hopes so for an obvious reason we show our senior individuals coming and went in terms that are likely due to STI is related to a recent encounter like in the last one to two weeks but it's it's really a fraction of the number of people that we typically see with symptoms the magnet clinic in the Castro neighborhood sees a maximum of twenty five clients each day now down from well over one hundred and she says three in ten who develop an S. T. I. R. H. I. V. had no idea prior to testing lately I know where that day continually had an we are not we have not been testing individuals or a symptomatic those with HIV are still getting meds but they're not being seen at the clinic
Dozens of Bay Area homeless move into hotels to ride out pandemic
"If you're wondering why an empty hotel still needs twenty four seven security I cannot answer that counties all over the bay area securing hundreds of hotel rooms but not necessarily for quarantine but to house the homeless Santa Clara county of course very hard hit by this fire says you know he's paying a hundred dollars a night for each room and hoping for state reimbursement Tim Ryan
The World Needs Masks. China Makes Them — But Has Been Hoarding Them.
"We're hearing so much about the struggles here in the bay area to obtain medical face mask to ease the spread of the coronavirus KCBS reporter Tim Ryan has an ironic story in San Carlos where the Chinese American community weeks ago was shipping those masks back to China but today is struggling to purchase them from China the Chinese American community here has raised thousands of dollars literally over night to buy face masks anywhere they can find them but same Carlos realtor Vicki you says it appears the Chinese are putting up roadblocks and the fact that president trump calls covert nineteen the Chinese virus doesn't help I don't know why he calls it a Chinese cook of ours buses only album we as Chinese American here in United States we certainly we don't appreciate that but we don't want to get involved with politics uses her community is getting small shipments of medical mask from China but with the big orders no I want people in Americans see that a Chinese American we want to help whether it's with China all with America we are bonded with both countries and we want to help in San Carlos Tim Ryan
Feds Announce Indictments In San Francisco Mission District Spree Of MS-13 Gang Violence
"U. S. attorney general's office in San Francisco today announced charges against seventeen defendants alleged members of the MS thirteen gang KCBS Tim Ryan joins us live with details that can only be described as extremely violent crimes Tim well Rebecca this investigation took years involved thousands of hours of San Francisco police work at a news conference that wrapped up just minutes ago U. S. attorney David Anderson said arrests went down Thursday in San Francisco south San Francisco San Matteo Mountain View Daly city in Menlo Park members of the twentieth street click are alleged to have used extreme violence in their drug peddling and extortion trade in one attack at a bus stop at twenty fourth in patro pack was fifteen stab wounds the victim lost two liters of blood San Francisco police chief bill Scott says San Francisco and should feel a sense of comfort and relief with these arrests it's in the federal indictments are accused of various crimes including racketeering use of firearms and furtherance of a crime of violence assault with a dangerous weapon in the eight a racketeering and attempted murder these men are facing sentences ranging from ten years to life in prison most of the crimes came in the mission but also in the tenderloin neighborhood as well
3 TSA Screeners In San Jose, Calif., Have Contracted Coronavirus, Agency Says
"Three TSA screeners at San Jose international tested positive for coronavirus KCBS is Tim Ryan reports from S. J. C. it's not clear how the three uniformed agents contracted the disease but forty two others are on home quarantine says the head of the American federation of government workers and TSA officer James mud rock was bound to happen at some point and I'm sure this is only the first case of of many he's hoping that passengers not feeling well we'll stay away from the airport gusta potter was about to fly out of San Jose in the back of my mind right now I'm a little concerned by having hit the panic button yet I haven't got there yet but Ross says Mineta is using overtime and TSA supervisors to replace those ill and quarantine screeners my understanding of the girl undergoing treatment I hope you are well there's no word whether health officials will try to reach out to passengers who may have had close contact with these three
Cruise passengers off California await virus test results
"We're still awaiting word where and when a cruise ship with thousands on board several testing positive for the corona virus will arrive in the San Francisco Bay KCBS is Tim Ryan is live with the initial round of test results involving passengers and crew and the speculation on where the ship will dock temp worker the massive vessel remains about thirty nautical miles west of half moon bay this morning and it had a visitor early today the U. S. Coast Guard a spokesman with the agency had no comment this morning on the purpose of the visit but it appears that supplies were dropped off meantime testing is underway for the thirty five hundred or so on board and so far twenty one positive tests have been reported nineteen involving crew members and two paying passengers we're told that everyone on board the ship will be tested and UC Berkeley epidemiologist Arthur Reingold told KPIX five all passengers and crew should be quarantined whether it's on board or somewhere on dry land one concern the other people on the ship are infected some of whom may well develop symptoms over the next the installation period we asked longtime bay area passenger ship captain Pat Carson where the ship drawing about thirty or thirty five feet in depth concealed to once it finally enters the bay so if you go to almost any of the normal ship locations including all we have to start doing or all we have to Sacramento and everything in between the the water depth in the dredged channels it's fine so a lot of options for this princess cruise liner plans call for the eleven hundred crew members to remain in quarantine on board the grand princess the vast majority of the positive tests involve crew of course been on board this ship a lot longer than the current passengers California now has eighty four cases of covert nineteen and most of them are right here in the bay
Bernie Sanders on New Hampshire
"Has a Bernie Sanders declaring victory in New Hampshire last night he gives me three said this is the beginning of the end of trump yeah yeah sure it is burning let me say SO nine this victory here is the beginning of the end but Donald Trump victories behind those popular vote in all you were in the victory here tonight we're going to we'll go to South Carolina we're going to win okay so number one sure you are gonna knock trump out sure it's gonna be great sure it's going to be great here is a more realistic scenario here is democratic representative Tim Ryan on fox news last night saying guys you know you keep saying the berries gonna win I'm nothing like tons of indicators the money's gonna win and given the fact that Bernie is not driving out you'd turn out the burning does particularly poorly among older voters is poorly among women I particularly the places were burning needs you well are the exact place burning does poorly if you look at the exit polls last night what you see is the burning actually came in third among women in New Hampshire maybe call the chart one women and then judge and then Bernie not only that Bernie did best with people who are under the age of twenty nine between eighteen and twenty nine and those people also showed up extort extraordinarily low rates they should have like twenty percent less than they did in twenty sixteen okay so the enthusiasm for Bernie that's supposed to be swelling up from the youth it ain't happening we we we heard this all the time we heard this in twenty eighteen to the the young people in a shop about young people don't really show up to vote in twenty eighteen was everybody else you showed up to vote in twenty eighteen and Bernie and exciting anybody over the age of sixty five clubs are one the over sixty five in New Hampshire bring one sixty percent of the vote in twenty sixteen in New Hampshire one twenty six percent last night so yeah he won by one run away here is it represented Tim Ryan saying Bernie is gonna gets want guys like running an old socialist is probably not a great strategy I personally am am very very concerned about some of the folks who are running I think you know if we run under a democratic socialist banner in fifty states I think we lose the industrial Midwest I think we lose forty eight states I think we lose working class union voters who have negotiated their private health care in want to keep it and they don't want to be forced into a but public health care system you lose those voters correct correct I mean again Bernie Sanders plans like nobody's actually explored his plans because you just keep saying wild crap but the fact is he wants to add like sixty trillion dollars in spending over
One dead, five wounded in California Greyhound bus shooting, suspect in custody
"One woman is dead five others injured following the shooting on a greyhound bus that was headed from Los Angeles to the bay area KCBS is Tim Ryan joins us live with more on this story Susan there's not even a hint of a motive for the shooting early today south of Baker's field as a greyhound with several dozen on board made its way to the bay area presumably to San Francisco at one twenty seven this morning he sees we dispatch received a phone call from a nine one one cell phone from a person who was on a greyhound bus that originated in Los Angeles and it was destined for the bay area see three sergeant Brian paintings from the scene of a literal gas station in Lebec California told KCBS that a man was ordered off that bus following the shooting and departed leaving the gun behind that suspect was contacted almost immediately following the incident by CHP units of the right shoulder north down interstate five was taken into custody without incident the deceased as a woman we have no word on the conditions of the other five victims no word on identities and there's no comment yet from greyhound reporting live Tim Ryan
Coronavirus spreads to 12 possible cases in U.S.
"Has begun testing residents for the potentially deadly deadly coronavirus KCBS reporter Tim Ryan tells us live that just one case has been confirmed in the US and that was of a Washington state man Tim holy Alameda county health officer Dr Erica pantiles KPIX by this is all precautionary currently we have less than ten patients who are what we call patients under investigation so that means we have already started to receive calls from clinicians about people who might have feeder and our restorations and those patients asked about possible ties to Wuhan China or now under home isolation is doctors away test results from the CDC in Atlanta the flu bug we're told has been ruled out the most important message unacceptable now is that there have been no confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and in Alameda county or nor that I'm aware of in the bay area precautions being taken at the port of Oakland as well as those medical screenings you've been hearing about it SFO the scary is real however as we hear from the chronicle that the Fremont fire department on Thursday issued an alert to dispel social media rumors of a spreading disease worldwide hundreds or sick several dozen or dead reporting live Tim Ryan quesadilla thanks Tim commuters breathing a little easier in Monterey county the highway patrol says it has arrested a man believed to be behind those attacks on cars along highway one of one of the print Dale area KCBS is mad bigger lied to explain how authorities are managed to break the cases stand after the most recent projectile attack earlier this month the C. H. P. was able to track a GMC pickup belonging to Charles Lafferty and authorities believe the fifty two year old prune Dale man is the person who's been smashing car windows on highway one a one in Monterey county his weapon I I have confidence we believe Mister laughter use a sling shot as well as glass marbles to commit these crimes CHP central coast chief LD maple says Lafferty would fire the sling shot at oncoming traffic while he was driving over eleven months five people were injured in the attacks including a child Monterey county supervisor John Phillips we feel really fortunate that there wasn't a greater injury and we were able to make the arrest and see this arrest made before there was much more serious injury that was just a matter of time now prosecutors have evidence to charge Lafferty with ten of the sixty nine attacks for which there is no motive reporting live Matt Bigler KCBS thanks Matt dozens of past and current Treasure Island residents are suing the city of San Francisco and the U. S. navy the suit claims authorities lied for years to residents about the extent of radioactive and toxic contamination on the island it's six two billion dollars in damages and to stop all building on TI until it is independently verified to be safe
Hiker killed by huge falling redwood tree in California national park
"At a popular hiking spot in Muir woods national monument park in northern California CBS is Tim Ryan has more from the bay area twenty eight year old super deep due to of the Twin Cities suburb of the Dino was hiking along the hillside trail with two others when a two hundred foot tall coast redwood fell taking for other trees down with it National Park Service spokesman Charles stripping says we may never learn why that tree failed or thing that we can gas is that the roots of a tree were weekend by the week and a half of rain that we've had a woman with due to was injured and hospitalized in the third hiker managed to Dodge the falling trees near woods remains open but the trail with the trees fell is off limits at least through this
49ers suspend announcer for "dark skin" comment about star QB
"The San Francisco forty Niners apologizing to the Baltimore Ravens for a comment made by color analyst Tim Ryan he said ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was graded faking handles because of his dark skin color with a dark football Ryan says he regrets his choice of words he also apologized to Jackson and anyone else the
Flooding closes Highway 101 in Monterey County
"Rising flood waters of car as havoc in the Monterey county community of true lar a little south of Salinas KCBS reporter Tim Ryan has the story days of heavy rain over well to levy in chew lard leading to street flooding and the inundation of several homes US highway one a one was closed in both directions for hours it's open now but quite muddy N. motorists were being escorted by the highway patrol or ploughs it reduced speeds the red cross set up thirty one cots inside the gym a chill our elementary when flood waters surrounded the school Monterey county fire division chief Eric all welly told KSBW TV we have about twenty children from the elementary school here into our whose parents were unable to reach them after school so we're currently sheltering them in place at the gymnasium at the chiller elementary school kids set up with blankets and sandwiches the campus is covered in mud believe it or not broccoli a crop growing nearby there's better news for
Terrelle Pryor arrested, recovering after being stabbed
"Well one time quarterback for the Oakland Raiders is hospitalized in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania after being stabbed early this morning KCBS is Tim Ryan reports a woman was arrested in connection with the assault and prior he is also facing an assault charge thirty year old Terrelle Pryor with the raiders in twenty eleven to twenty thirteen was stabbed several times in his apartment a woman arrested on a charge of attempted murder prior arrested for alleged assault has not been playing in the NFL he got an apartment in Pittsburgh and woman there tracked him he walked in the emergency room which seems like it's not bad but then they said he was in critical condition and now I guess it sounds like these injuries are survival you stab that's formal mercury news sports columnist mark Purdy now a lecturer as soon as a state there were people in the NFL will probably shouldn't play wide receiver all along but he wanted to play quarterback the raiders thought he could play quarterback but he just was not consistent choir left Ohio state omits the memorabilia selling scandal and was cut by the Jaguars earlier this year I don't know what we do about domestic violence this is a heartbreak when every year happens and this sounds like another set up so Tim Ryan
"tim ryan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Please congressman Tim Ryan from Ohio pretends to be a moderate in a union guy goes on TV can I think trump has some mental health issues let me tell you something punk Tim Ryan Neanderthal your nobody your pension why up attention away up you just another one of the crowd just another munchkin Tim Ryan what a pathetic joke believe me represents Youngstown among other plans you folks should throw their schmuck out how's he done for you somebody running for president United States present United States please do but to be a congressman now he sounds like a Elizabeth Warren another radical cook but a guys think this guy has some mental health issues trump so this is the game they're playing this is the game this this Neanderthal Tim Ryan is blank you punk the mental health issues so I said the other day this is the the tactic of fascistic in communist regimes rounding up people they claim that they're mentally ill there mentally unbalanced they need to take them out of society except in this case get the Democrat party operatives and the media doing it to the present in the United States and his voters this guy Tim Ryan is a good for nothing no nothing Neanderthal who's pretending to be pro union and a moderate he sounds like a radical jackass nobody confronts of full term Ryan Tamara you know July and August when the most burglaries occur what's crazy is that one in five homes home security that's it meaning foreign five don't you know maybe because most.
"tim ryan" Discussed on WTVN
"Bring liberal Alicia cruising with a dose of common sense there is this congressman Tim Ryan from Ohio pretends to be a moderate in a union guy goes on TV can I think trump has some mental health issues let me tell you something punk Tim Ryan your Neanderthal your nobody your pension why up punching away up you just another one of the crowd just another munchkin Tim Ryan what a pathetic joke believe me represents Youngstown among other plans you folks should throw their schmuck out how's he done for you somebody running for president United States present United States so but to be a congressman now he sounds like a Elizabeth Warren another radical cook but a guys think this guy has some mental health issues trump this is the game they're playing this is the game this this Neanderthal Tim Ryan is planning you punk that mental health issues so I said the other day this is the the tactic of fascistic in communist regimes rounding up people they claim that they're mentally ill there mentally unbalanced I need to take them out of society except in this case you're the Democrat party operatives and the media doing it to the present in the United States and his voters is a good for nothing no nothing Neanderthal who's pretending to be pro union and a moderate he sounds like a radical jackass nobody confronts of old term Ryan Tamara.
"tim ryan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"This congressman Tim Ryan from Ohio pretends to be a moderate in a union guy goes on TV can I think trump has some mental health issues let me tell you something punk Tim Ryan you Neanderthal your nobody your pension why up the pension way up you just another one of the crowd just another munchkin Tim Ryan what a pathetic joke believe me represents Youngstown among other planes you folks should throw their schmuck out how's he done for you somebody running for president United States present United States to be a congressman now he sounds like a Elizabeth Warren now the radical cook what a guys think this guy has some mental health issues trump so this is the game they're playing this is the game this this Neanderthal Tim Ryan is planning that mental health issues so I said the other day this is the the tactic of fascistic in communist regimes rounding up people they claim that they're mentally ill there mentally unbalanced they need to take them out of society except in this case give the Democrat party operatives and the media doing it to the present in the United States and his voters this guy Tim Ryan is a good for nothing no nothing Neanderthal who's pretending to be pro union and a moderate he sounds like a radical jackass nobody confronts of you know July and August when the most burglaries occur what's crazy is that one in five homes home security that's it foreign five don't you know maybe because most companies.
"tim ryan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Really all the situation weather lore around this as well quite fluid and i think it's good that we're having this debate and we're talking about it. Because this is something that does change you know our ability to be anonymous in public in in ways that people might not realize and they care about it now but they care about in the future. If the government in that country changes well. Let's listen to a little bit about how that debate is playing out in the united united states because for example in may the house oversight and reform committee held hearings on the use of facial recognition technology by government and business. I i mean business is a big part of this here nima single yanni of the a._c._l._u. explains to ohio congressman. Jim jordan that the f._b._i. Probably already knows who you are and what you look like so the f._b._i. Has massive databases and they use external partners as well so one of the things they do is they use state driver's license databases. I think up to eighteen states have been reportedly used by the f._b._i. They use passport photos so my question is did the the state legislature and the governor actually pass legislation saying it was okay for the f._b._i. To access every single person in their state eight who has a driver's license no and that's the problem this was all in secret that's from a house oversight reform and reform committee hearing held in may tom standards of the argument for in the law enforcement in government context for using facial recognition technology is of course one of safety right the t._s._a. Here in the united states is launching pilot programs in many <hes> airport saying like your face will be scanned as you board an airplane. There's an opt out provision provision for that. I'm not sure many people know that you can opt out of it but ultimately the idea is is is safety and giving law enforcement another tool to do their jobs to protect the public. I mean how law enforcement must see these efforts hi tech and low tech to thwart that facial recognition technologies problematic automatic yeah well i think we i think we should lumping all uses of facial recognition the same way because they're always it could be useful and people could give that consent and they can say option. I'm happy to do this. I don't see what i'm doing. Something like going through possible control. It's important either. A human or machine can see my face and match it with the face in my possible and it's much more convenience when i'm going through an apple. If <hes> you know there are short accused because they're using a machine to do that so <hes> in that situation i that's that's one thing and we see very often. Nets you know people will put aside. You might have about about privacy if they get some convenient time to that now. In this case i think it's i think it's reasonable that you can look at the faces of people people can. They got just a couple of seconds. Some your whole corporate taxes are worried about something else thing they worried about lots of consent worried about the donor what's being done with the ges and they're worried about the politically cases of what might happen in the future well. Tom stanage deputy editor and former technology editor the economist honest thank you so much. This is on point..
"tim ryan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"It. You know could see t._v. Footage who's this and i edsall to tell these. These different uses all blur into each other but it also reminds you that when you it's not just about your face visible in public is you'll face visible on the internet as well well. I think the the scary thing behind. This is the fact that the combination of very high resolution cameras <hes> you can take a picture of a crowd now wh- whoa with a high risk camera you can make the giga pixel image. It's what you take a picture of one hundred thousand people gathering somewhere and you can zoom in on any individual face and see it very sharply and you can take pictures with drones. We've seen those being used in hong kong as well <hes> so it's the the basically this eroding freedom of association because you can go due to a protest someone can take your picture years later. Perhaps an authoritarian government takes control in your country and they say we're going round up. All the people who went to that protest <hes> i until you you can then be you can be found years later and that's i think what kind of what is foremost in the minds of the of the hong kong protesters who are covering their faces then <hes> it it it it it siri hong kong gets had become a full part of the chinese legal system and becomes the rest of china in twenty forty seven but china overseas happen augustina well so so tom. Let's talk about the other methods of i'm gonna fill my promise to listener fascinating as as good as the technology is getting machine vision is different than human vision so so researchers and artists are coming up with with some pretty low tech ways as to to thwart the facial recognition technology mean first of all tell us a little bit about for example <hes> adam harvey. He's an american artist and researcher who created something called computer cuter vision dazzle like even just doing makeup differently on your face can be so donald makeup is the kind of geometric patterns that were painted on warships and it's very kind of sequestered good look actually and <hes> his his twitter profile pitcher him wearing this dazzle make up but essentially it's very kind bright geometric patterns a bit like you know what people have in the lion king or something like that <hes> and what that does is it throws off the facial recognition system because it expecting shape to have you know two eyes and the nose and the mouth kind of in it fairly predictable positions each other and it's not expecting these big squalls that are completely different color <hes> so he developed developed as a way to do it now the thing about it is it's very obvious that you're wearing it. <hes> and it's the same with you wear a ski mask and there's a there's a japanese system and <hes> there is a kind of funny sensitive patton sunglasses and you kind of look like <hes> it is it is your sci-fi movie or something <hes> but <hes> so so they've been very sort of low tech things like that so the guy he dazzle has moved onto <hes> assault subtle approach called hyper phase and this is adam harvey again and he's <hes> at yale i university and <hes> high face is where you fool the cameras and the different way by wearing patterns on your clothes that have <hes> essentially blobs that look look sort of vaguely face like so you've got to is or two two blobs with another blow up in the middle and then another long blow about this and so that throws off the vision system because it sees what appear to be lots and lots and lots of faces all over your clothes and it can't figure out which is your actual face but again. You've got the again drawback with that. It's very very obvious you're wearing a thing that is designed subvert beyond just beyond just making a fashion statement but there are just wanted to say so. I i take your point like these efforts. It's obvious that you're trying to thwart a system here but there's you you've written the has written about other things like <hes> baseball cap that simply fitted with infrared l._e._d.'s.
"tim ryan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I think we're i think what that woman and said is what i'm feeling on. The ground and i just need time to build that out and so go tomorrow for america. Dotcom helped me get enough resources to keep this thing going because that is what i'm feeling when i'm on the ground and those are the people that say this guy's interesting because i think he can. He espouses houses are progressive values but he also can win in ohio pennsylvania wisconsin western pennsylvania <hes> in michigan <hes> in so that's impressive so anyway i need your help to to do this and to speak to those voters. I think a lot of it is around getting out of the left right divide i oh i think that's what trump that's that was trump's appeal. I mean it's hard to picture him two years ago or two and a half years ago donald trump he was saying i'm going to raise taxes on the wealthy on expand healthcare. I'm gonna do a big infrastructure bill and i'm rich and a great business person so i can get this done and i don't take anybody's money so no i'm not going to be bought and paid for so the person and these industrial states <hes> the white people went and said about both parties have screwed me for the last thirty thirty or forty years. C._e._o.'s will get nine hundred forty times more than they percent more than they were getting and. I'm getting twelve percent more. So what what do i have the lose. I'm gonna vote for donald. Trump and donald trump spoke to that economic anxiety and to me. That's what we have to speak to. We have to speak to that anxiety diety that stress that these systems are broken and so that's what i'm talking about and that's how we appeal them so white people went and voted for him. Some <hes> and black people stayed home because we weren't talking directly to their economic issues and so i was saying that they didn't turn turn out in the same numbers they did for for for rob rock obama yeah they stayed home and i mean that's statistically verifiable and so what i can do. Is i have strong strong support in the african american community. I always have their some of my highest vote getting precincts and so but i can also pull some of those working class people back back because trump has lied on every one of these issues and he was in my area just a year and a half ago saying don't sell your house and since then we lost two shifts at the general motors plan dan so there's not a better person in this race to dog donald trump on economic issues than i am because he lied to you my folks back in ohio and i can make sure that these economic arguments are made directly and i teach people all the time irishamn. I'm okay with getting a little bit of a fight and i think i could make that joke here in in <hes> in boston the old irish saying the private fighter. Can anyone get into it like i'm. I'm ready to go against. This guy been congress seventeen years. I've represented this district and i think the other thing about my candidacy. That's interesting is i'm talking about the new economy. I'm talking about building electric vehicles building batteries building charging stations building solar building wind right now and this is what i will hit trump on hard china dominates fifty to sixty percent of the electric vehicle market they dominate sixty percent of the solar market and so this new new economy stuff that i've been working on youngstown akron ohio my entire career. We have one of the preeminent additive manufacturing centers in youngstown ohio. I know oh the new economy. I know about the skills gap and and that's the argument that we're gonna make the win in and beat donald trump. We'll tim ryan congressman from ohio and democratic attic presidential hopeful. Thanks so much for joining us today with you. Thank you when we come back. We'll talk about hong kong protesters and how they're trying to fight facial recognition technology energy. We'll be back. This is on point. This is on point meghna chakrabarti. The people of hong kong continue their massive protests yesterday. Okay one point..
"tim ryan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Send you back to five or six thirty day treatments <hes> it but you're never really dealing with the problem so we need to move to a system. That's like like ninety or one hundred twenty days paid for upfront as opposed to five thirty days so resources resources resources underlies not just sort of the plans you have but that every democrat has to be honest where those resources gonna come from. You're going to roll back those tax cuts. We have to <hes> you know when you when you look at ceos have seen nine hundred forty percent increase and their earnings over since nineteen seventy eight and workers have only seen a twelve percent increase that let me say that again nine hundred forty percent increase to c._e._o.'s twelve percent for the workers so that concentration of wealth pass to be taxed and we need to get that revenue but again. I don't wanna put this money into a bunch of broken systems like all these systems are broken and and so i i'm not for just dumping money talk about food as medicine i talk about you know you know regenerative agriculture. I want to create and build new systems that we will tax people and then put the money and so for me again. It's like okay. Let's let's keep giving people thirty day. Rehabs ask people to pay more in taxes so that we can keep keep doing this when the system isn't working and when i talk about new and better i'm talking about transforming systems not reforming but transforming them into the newer system so that when we're at i look at it like a school levy right. Everybody knows a school levy. What does the superintendent do. What does the school board do and the teachers and the coaches when they want to pass a school levy. They outline plan on the reforms. They're going to do to the school or where they're going to allocate more money or less money the cuts they're gonna make or whatever it is and then you take that to the people and say hey we vote for this tax. Increase <hes> on your property so that we can fund the school i'm trying to do the same thing is to say look. Here's my reforms swag. Here's my reform education. Here's my reforms for healthcare now wealthy people i want. We need your help. I mean but i'm i'm telling you we're going to reform these systems so let's shift gears here a little bit because i want to talk to you about guns in america. Obviously we've had an ongoing spate of really terrible terrible. Mass shootings in this in this country as people probably know you want had an a rating from the n._r._a. <hes> for many many years in fact and in two thousand seventeen <hes> you returned at twenty thousand dollar donation from the n._r._a. Pack are you actually you gave it to <hes> to to sort of gun gave every town and sandy hook promise et cetera and you've talked about how your evolution on your view of the n._r._a. Okay and <hes> guns more broadly in america but what i want to know congressman. Is that happened in two thousand seventeen following the las vegas shooting. Why why didn't you do it before..
"tim ryan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Try for free when you sign up at indeed dot com slash n._p._r. Podcast terms conditions and quality standards apply. This is on point. I magnin shocker birdie. We are talking with congressman. Tim ryan he's democratic congressman from ohio and a presidential candidate as well and congressman ryan. I'm going to get some callers in here because we got a lot of people who wanna talk to you but you wanted to complete a thought about health care. I just wanna say like when you're talking about paying paying for all of this you've you can't just dump the money into this broken health care system that we have now. The food is medicine. The reversing chronic diseases seizes is really going to be critical to us. It's about three and a half trillion dollars. A year in direct and indirect costs of chronic diseases that are largely preventable so so my point is. We've got to get that number down so we could take that money. It's that savings both in the private and public sector and reinvest that back in the covering people who you can't reverse their chronic diseases so that is a key component of whatever we're talking about that reform has got to be in place new and better all right. Let's go to michael who's calling from lichfield kentucky michael michael. You're on the air hello magda. My question is as a military retiree. I have tried care and if we transition everybody everybody into a medicare for all system. Everybody is giving something that they did not have to sacrifice anything earn so what would be or how would the congressman propose restoring value to my sacrifice as they basically give <hes> another benefit to all citizens well healthcare is a right <hes> so we wanna make sure that everybody has affordable accessible quality healthcare in the united states and i'm kind of an old school guy been in congress seventeen years. I was in the ohio state legislature for two years. <hes> we sit down and you actually have hearings on this stuff. Of course we wanna make sure that that the veteran <hes> is rewarded for their sacrifice now if we if there's a point where this coverage all becomes quality healthcare for everybody and you're not going to diminish healthcare maybe <hes> there's another benefit benefit that can accrue for <hes> veterans in some way but let's sit down and go through the committee process and have experts and veterans organizations talk talk to us about how this is going to be affected and unions at the table talking to us about how they would be affected. This has got to be done in a very thoughtful way michael. Thank you so much for that call. Let's go to penny who's calling from polly's island south carolina penny. You're on the air. Hi <hes> thanks for taking my call <hes> congressman congressman. My question is what is your answer to the opioid crisis in the united states and why are the democrats really not talking about this on the campaign trail trailer at the debates. There's one hundred ninety two people everyday dying from this. That's a lot of voters. The families of these people that are dying and it's just not getting being addressed enough and what is your answer. I appreciate that. I've been trying to talk about it as much as possible. <hes> my congressional district in ohio we we are really at the epicenter of the opiate epidemic. We lost more people. I think two years ago <hes> to overdoses than we did during the entire vietnam war so so this is an issue that that we're facing every single day <hes> where i live and where my kids going to school we need to again play offense with this <hes> part of it is and it's got to be comprehensive and it need. We need resources behind it. We need about ten billion dollars a year and it starts with prevention it it starts in our schools <hes> it starts with social and emotional learning and these other things it help kids deal with the trauma that they're dealing with so they don't go down that road and we have schools in my district where i was there last year. In one elementary school seven parents died from overdoses in one one school and then again the trauma the adverse childhood.
"tim ryan" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Dot org and a little later this hour we'll also be taking a look at the high tech and low attack ways people are trying to thwart facial recognition technology in the hong kong protests but first. Let's spend a considerable amount of time here with congressman tim ryan he joins us in the studio studio. He's serving his eighth term as representative for ohio's thirteenth congressman ryan welcome to on point. Thank you for having me okay so let's ask you the question here. How much longer are you going to stay in this race. He's <hes> were in it for the foreseeable future. Were picking up support. I was just in new hampshire yesterday. <hes> got after i got done. Speaking four or five people came up. They wanna one of volunteer on the campaign help us in new hampshire. We get standing ovations everywhere. We go whether it's south. Carolina teachers unions <hes> so we're connecting and we're just building it out. I mean i don't have the name recognition which is why i'm glad you have on right now. <hes> that some of the other candidates and when you look at the polling it says who if you had to vote tomorrow morrogh who would you vote for and then someone has to say who they're gonna vote for but behind that is how certain are you that that your candidate in about sixty to seventy percent china the people are saying. I'm not certain at all of voting for so it's wide open so this is the funny thing about presidential politics in this day and age because on the one hand you have the all important face to face retail politics in those early primary states right so everyone goes to new hampshire iowa south carolina and maybe you're making. Maybe you're getting some traction action there understood but you said it yourself. There's a name recognition issue and that's what makes those that debate stage really really important and you may not make it the next debate on september twelfth because the numbers have to be up over two percent you gotta you gotta double those national numbers. How are you going to do that. Well continue to work. I mean we went from zero. We've been spending and some time in south carolina. We went from zero percent to one percent in south carolina. We've had significant <hes> we've picked up a couple of really key endorsements down there representative fletcher smith breath brandon brown. These were vice president joe biden's co-chairs <hes> one <hes> represented smith was his co chair in two thousand and eight. We're pulling some of the joe biden. People got really big endorsements in new hampshire. <hes> top vote getting aldermen president of the board of aldermen in manchester which is obviously the the biggest city in the state. He's endorsed us to others so i'm doing it. The old fashioned way and i know that's not as sexy is <hes> getting on twitter and having eight million followers followers but this is how i'm doing it and you know i think at the end of the day it's gonna pay off so give us your pitch then. Why is it that congressman tim ryan of ohio. Oh thanks that of speaking in third person. Why is it that you think you're the right person to serve in the white house because i'm my agenda gets us out of the left and right conundrum that we're in right now and gets us in the new and better and what progressives should here when they say when i say that is the new even better. Agenda is a progressive agenda but it's new. I'm talking about trauma informed care in our school social emotional learning in every school a mental health counselor in every school vocational training <hes> in every school art therapy music therapy play therapy. If we don't address the trauma that our kids are having you were never going to get their brain function properly. We've learned more about the brain in the last twenty years in the previous two hundred and i want an agenda for our kids that actually deals with how their our brains functioning so a progressive listening to this right now should say wow that's interesting in that is the response. I'm getting everywhere. I go when i talk about healthcare. We don't just talk about health insurance. My agenda is about. How do we get healthy..
"tim ryan" Discussed on 1A
"Sewer lines. I mean, it's, it's, it's very complicated process who you need a public, private partnership to build this out in this makes sense. The people go to Tim Ryan for America dot com. This is the future. This is how we rebuild the economy. I've been in the epicenter of deindustrialization. I know how to do this. We just gotta get the federal government and the president on board with creating an industrial policy and then driving, it got ask you about climate change before we let you go. Of course, the midwest has been dealing with a fair amount of severe weather recently Ohio has been sip has been hit by several tornados in the past week. Some of the tornadoes in the midwest have been deadly. First of all, is your district. Okay. Has your was your district hit by any of those tornadoes at all severely. No Dayton was. Was and southwest Ohio. We were a little bit were in the northeast. And so, fortunately, we were okay, okay. What's at the top of your list in terms of dealing with climate change? First of all, you do believe that human beings are affecting the climate, right? I do. Okay. I do think hang up on you then. But yeah, I, I think over, you know millions and billions of years when fossil fuel gets put into the ground and within a couple of hundred years, you dig it all out, and burn it. That that's going to affect on on the environment. Hop of you're listening terms of the presidency of what you should be doing about climate change. One protecting these coastal cities. I think we've got to have an infrastructure Bill, that does it but it's also a lot about the ecosystems in handling the flooding that will come in the in the coming years that we have to be able to deal with. I and then I think we need a comprehensive plan that includes tapping into our free enterprise system. So having the government, lay down some rules, but also figuring out how do you align financial incentives with environmental incentives? Meaning how can how can companies make money off of capturing carbon how can companies make money and benefit from going into these new technologies that we talked about wind solar electric vehicles. All of. This stuff in make money off of contributing to reversing climate change. I don't mind you making money and hiring people, I think it's great. How do we make sure workers or cut in on the deal? And we unionize these jobs so that the unions and the workers can negotiate for a piece of the action, and then the last piece has got to be agriculture. I mean we didn't get into it here, but I'm a big advocate of, of reforming the agricultural system to help farmers and pay farmers to capture carbon and put it in the soil. We've, we've completely depleted our soil of carbon over the last thirty or forty years, it needs more carbon. And there are regenerative agricultural techniques that we can use to help help farmers, make some more money because they're in a recession now and so pay them to sequester carbon. It also moves us into a healthier food system. More regional sustainable food system because I have a whole initiative, again, go to my website, you can find it on food is food as medicine that we need to start growing healthier food so that we can. Reverse diabetes. For example. I mean there's a whole body of evidence being developed on, on using it. So the farmers can, then we we're actually building a sustainable way for farmers to survive again and thrive in today's economy. So it's got to be all of the above Ohio congressman Tim Ryan, who represents Akron, Warren and Youngstown running for the democratic nomination for president congressman safe travels on the campaign trail. And thanks for making time for us pleasure to be with you. Thank you. We will continue interviewing candidates for our series foresight twenty twenty so far. We spoken to Senator Bernie Sanders. Former HUD secretary Hooghly on Castro Marianne, Williamson, and more. You can check out more of those conversations online at the one eight dot org slash twenty dash twenty.
"tim ryan" Discussed on 1A
"What the president of the United States is going to do. That's my economic policy of people think that's a good idea, as I said, go to Tim Ryan for America dotcom helped me out, because this is the direction, we need to go. We need to out compete China. You're gonna have these trade issues here or there. They need to be very targeted because they're disrupting and they're killing farmers right now. Let me ask you also about Iran secretary of state, Mike Pompeo was on CNBC to talk about the latest with Iran. Here's part of what he said the threat from Ron remains. We've had some luck in disrupting some of the tactical things that were in front of us, but we're still on high alert, and we briefed congress extensively Tuesday of this week, I think almost every member, Democrats and Republicans like walked out of that room. Understanding that the threats that we were discussing ended decision. The President Trump made to take a posture to deter those threats and to protect our forces were wholly justified in reasonable that was secretary of state Mike Pompeo speaking on CNBC last week with regards to these new threats from Iran. What would your approach as president be particularly because Iran is not just its own threat to the US, but it's also involved in so many other proxies around the region, including the war in Yemen. How would you deal with Iran? Well, let me be clear. First and foremost, I do not trust John Bolton who is leading this whole charge for the president of the United States. He is national security advisor. John Bill, our national president's national security adviser, top national security advisor, he's wanted regime change in Iran for a long time. I don't trust him. I don't trust the president on this. I think these are very delicate issues in, and, you know, you don't need a guy with the sledgehammer going into the Middle East. We tried that with Iraq were still paying the price for that. It's, it's crippled us for a generation, and our foreign policy. I believe we need to go back to what President Obama and secretary John Kerry put together with the Iran nuclear deal. We had a good deal in which we were limiting their ability to produce nuclear weapons. We were allowing them the slowly produce more nuclear energy. We had the.
"tim ryan" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Here you can't punish her because someone leaked her news that wasn't her. If someone steals a painting from the move, it's not the new that gets in trouble. We can't blame them we blame the criminal. And by the way, the new has tons of nudes. Why do you think the Mona Lisa's always smiling? And we can talk about how it's time society stops getting scandalized by nude photos. I mean, almost everyone has them these days, you know, that book everyone poops we didn't want to call everyone newts. All right. Everyone's naked somewhat. But we don't have time to go into all of that. Because the democratic primary is overflowing with candidates and to quote, political pundit DJ Calot, another one. Had one more to the list democratic congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio is in joining the growing list of twenty twenty democratic candidates. Speaking out earlier on ABC describing the moments behind how he made the final decision. I can go back just a few weeks where my daughter called me crying from school because her friend was crying to her her dad just got transferred at the local General Motors plan the kids had the move. Yeah. And my daughter called me, and she said, you gotta do something. And I said I'm going to do something and I'm gonna run for president of the United States. Okay. That's that's a strange way to help a friend. I feel like I'm going to start using that next time a friend asked me to pick them up from the airport. I'm going to be like, you know, what I'll help you Dave by running for president. I'll do it for you. That's right. Ohio. Congressman Tim Ryan has officially thrown his hat into the ring which brings the number of Democrats running for president to seventeen that is so many people look at all those faces all those faces why so many faces at some point. You gotta ask yourself if every democrat runs who's going to be left to vote. This is going to be Trump with fifty million votes. And then fifty million Democrats with one vote each. Now, we do have time to talk about Tim Ryan, but we have nothing to say about him. So instead, let's move on and talk about how the other Democrats in the race have a Spanish outreach program. That is no boy though, lost in translation, twenty twenty Democrats trying to lure Hispanic voters with Spanish websites. And evidently, these websites are really missing the Mark any Spanish website has a number of mistakes. And we'll begin here with the translation that talks about her announcing her run from inside. The Mississippi River, comma Harris's website here says comma, Harris, wasted her life defending the values of our country..
"tim ryan" Discussed on The View
"Hey, get anything done certainly not going to get anything done in the middle of an election. So Mark Zuckerberg has got to get something done because asking senators who if they could would still be communicating through the pony express baseball. Okay. We'll be right back. What does high? Oh, Mun Tim Ryan Democrats aren't doing that could make Trump a one term president and does have any plans to become the candidate. Who makes it happen seeing if he has a big announcement to make live on the view next. So twenty sixteen Donald Trump flipped Representative Tim Ryan's home county in Ohio from blue to red for the first time in forty four years on the promise of bringing jobs back, but they recently lost forty five hundred jobs at one three billion dollars to the local economy with the closure of a major automotive plant. Okay. So is this democrat ready to take on Trump? But Sascha, please, welcome. Congressman Tim Ryan. Get into that that whole thing. I just said on a second about how the plant closed in everything but you'll run for office before. Yes, I mean, this is not your first day at the rodeo. So are you going to run again? So. This country as you all know talk about every single day here is is divided. And if I can just say that this has been going on a long time our country's been divided for a long time, and I can go back into the late nineteen seventies. When my father-in-law lost his job when Youngstown sheet and tube closed. He was offered thirteen months. Just bought a new house and go back twenty years. My cousin Donnie who worked at the local plant is last act at the factory was to unbolt the machine put it in a crate and send it to China, and I can go back just a few weeks where my daughter called me crying from school because her friend was crying to her her dad just got transferred at the local General Motors plant the kids had to move and my daughter called me, and she said you got to do something. And I said I'm going to do something and I'm going to run for president of the United States. And we're. Right. Make it a pistol right here on the view right here. First time ever on the show. Well done. If you look to my baby back. There is something to view not not type of bump. But like campaign bump what's gonna make you different? Because as Joyce said for the first time since nineteen seventy two Trump was the first Republican present to win your county. You've talked about a coastal domination. There's been a coastal domination of the Democratic Party where they've missed the rust belt states that Clinton did very well with Joe Biden's known to connect their what will make you different of the same thing. I understand that legacy of job loss..
"tim ryan" Discussed on The View
"ABC. Later, ohio. Congressman Tim Ryan on how Democrats can win the White House. And if he's really thinking about running and to Raji EP Hansen on what's next for empire. So one of the many many awful things about the twenty sixteen election. And there are so many was how Facebook was overrun with Russian hackers trying to miss things up. Mark Zuckerberg who owns Facebook or started it. He just said down exclusively. Not that easy to say with George Stephanopoulos. Also, not that easy to say for an interview. And it sounds like history's going to repeat itself. Take a look after twenty sixteen when we saw with Russia tried to do and interfering in the election. We've implemented a lot of different measures to verify any advertiser who's running a political ad to create an archive of all the political ads. So anyone can see the reality is is that there's not like a single thing that we can do in say, all right? We put this in place. So now, they can't even try to tender fear. There are always going to try t-. It's not going to happen again. Well, what I can guarantee is that they're deaf. Gonna try. Oh, great. Isn't that? Great. So is this just just something we have to get used to from now on is this the price of free speech in these United States that that interview well-done, George, but none of his answers gave me any comfort and any realization that things are absolutely gonna change. It felt like personally for him. He was trying to punt the ball because all all these years over to the government because all this time. He's been getting the blame. Anytime. There have been privacy concerns or you or the Russians trying to hack into our elections. It's fallen on him. But this is his baby he created this company. And now in a way say I don't want to go to bed and take all the blame for this. So if I can just say the government needs to help me out here, which some argue is a great thing, and maybe this longer term, but it seems on a personal level for him. He's wanting to some of the pressure off of him, and on particular government right now is so anti regulations. Concrete would never regulate anything. They don't regulate. They hate regular. I don't even know what Facebook is. Yeah. When the internet. I'll give her seeing some of the clips tastic favorite quote of all time. The internet is not a big truck. It's not something you dump something on Senator Ted Stevens. May he rest in peace, but the government filled with a bunch of old people don't understand how this works. No. No. I'm just saying. It's a big problem. I don't think we've all had for a long time. I will say if base book and Instagram can see what shoes I'm looking at on Zappa's, and then send a little ad, and I haven't gone. Like, you can figure out how to figure out. Direct to me and target me. And by the way, it works. Sometimes seems to me maybe you guys know more about it than I do. But it seems to me that these Russian Botts still there. I we didn't let's say liberal thread or a liberal. What do you call? It a presentation or something. And then the first one that comes out is like a nasty we love Trump. And then you go to the profile, and there's nobody there. Yeah. Now, what is that? While the Mullen report did find that the first Russian bought, right? Yeah. And and the mole report certainly found that Russians did use social media. That was the first thing that they did they use social media. Can I target higher warehouses film with people in Russia that that do that all day is what they do? What makes me very concerned is according to the Pew Research Center, nearly half of Americans get news through Facebook. Jeff in about two thirds of US adults sixty eight percent use Facebook. So isn't the onus on Mark Zuckerberg to fix this? I mean, he became a billionaire using Facebook he certainly has enough money to fix, but it's also on us. If you watch that interview we to be. So listen, the the I mean, a government is this functional. Congress is instructional..
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"That as they they say on the street on the down low on the download they say on the deal you know if you're if if if you know how to talk the jargon but when you hear things and i hear i'm quoting representative phillemon availa of texas i think you'd have to be an idiot to think we could win the house with pelosi at the top my goodness how strong could that be representive kathleen rice from new york there comes a time whenever leader has to say for the good of the order and for the betterment of the party it's time for me to step aside and i wish that would happen right now then you have congressman's tim ryan i think it's very concerning that that that icts still has them punch again if it's part of the broader national brand that average people don't feel connected to the democratic party walk up the street as ten people what the democrats stand for you get ten different answers that's no way to build a nash national party he is right but you have to ask what is it that they stand for what did they think that they stand for and who will be the next leader because of you think it's tim ryan the democrat from ohio who many people think is a decent guy then i don't think you understand this democratic party those are just some of the big story is going on here are the other headlines had lives.