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Joe Biden Manipulates Data on Latest, Grotesque Jobs Report

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden Manipulates Data on Latest, Grotesque Jobs Report

"And what does Biden say about the economy What he always does He lies someone put a speech in front of him The guy can barely read He doesn't even know his own name anymore He stumbles and bumbles through everything in this fake set they have in the Truman show White House which is over in the OEO B next door He's not even in The White House It's next door to the deaths on the complex but it's not in the house proper Why is that Why can't he just talk from The White House Because the guy they can't even they've got a scripted studio to keep this guy from saying anything outside of what's written on paper in front of him Here's Biden on the economy Check this out Today's report comes one day after the Labor Department found in the third quarter of this year the number of layoffs and job reductions was the lowest in this country since 1997 Overall the unemployment report shows almost 200,000 jobs were created last month Over 300,000 in the private sector and 26,000 in manufacturing Offset by some seasonal adjustments in education hiring The monthly totals bounce around but if you take a look at the trend is solid On average 600,000 new jobs created every month since I took office And in three months before I got there that was one tenth what was being created is 60 to 60,000 as opposed to 600,000 jobs a month In total the job creation in the first 8 months of my administration is nearly 5 million jobs Jobs up wages up unemployment down That's progress How he manipulates the data while clearing a hairball Hear me What was that What was out here What's going on there What do you ask Did you hear him clear the hairball

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"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

06:05 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"You know i'm gonna use bridgestone's and like just anything. There was to win At that level do you know so mainly people are just asking story. Sold stories and stuff like that. Yeah yeah i can imagine. There's a bunch of things with you for sure but yeah we winning motorcycle fantasies. Pretty cool i agree with that Yeah i mean. I won three bike. Paul won the one before me which was cool. And we're on the same team at the time so people thought we you're cheating and stuff 'cause we won four we won four in a row and then the guy was getting so mad. He's like jesus you guys you guys are killing me. I'm like i was matt jerky the most unintentionally funny rotter you ever worked with or were around. Yes jerky and shawn skinner man. Those two of them. And then when brian johnson was on the team i i mean it was just comical. I mean we would go after a national. This is an all day national and these guys just. They don't shower. And i'm just like whoa you guys gonna shower or you guys just great to motos practices though like we got hot tub. I'm like i thought shower guys like you got in the hotel hot tub. you know. But they're just like yeah. Everything's good like someone told me. They went to kirke or skinner's house. Whoever had a track and they were doing motos with no with nothing on no jersey on just yeah erkki cherokees. I've actually more times than not in florida. Colonel kerry kurt the motor that reads one time. We're like paul. You forget your jerseys. Like man. If i'm going to be for thirty five minutes i'm going to give me a tan curry's another piece of work. What does it with florida guys. Just special curry's another piece of work. We could probably do an hour on paul curry. He's a good dude. Well hey man thanks. Thanks for the time down. I appreciate it good stories. Good staff and yeah. Congratulations on your success with the numerous jobs that you hold down man. It's all working pretty well for you. So congratulations on that. Now i appreciate it. I appreciate everyone in the in the industry. Tell me kind of get to where. I where. I built a pretty good reputation. I'd say i. I don't i try to be pretty honest with everybody and You know i think being honest gets you farther than than anything else. So i appreciate what you've done for me. Jt everyone you know. I think it's i think it's cool to to still be involved in the sport the fantasy stuff and still go to the races. And if you've seen at the raises come up. We'll share some stories here. Dan picks you and fantasy. And you need something. Hit him up on them up. Quit obviously just. Don't quit all you gotta do. You mean more to me. If you get a fifteenth moto and you quit the next letto. It doesn't that fifteenth raced in my eyes like is just don't quit standpoint. Now's a good point too again. Thanks again in the fina for all this stuff that they do for the pulp university. Appreciated on that end of stuff and All right dan. thanks very much c. racism in all right. Thanks thanks for listening to the flyer. Racing steve ba'athist show.

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"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

04:55 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Com. All right. Back to the podcast. Let's go back to your many days. Does your dad race ride. Does he gets you the first bike. How do you get started riding racing bucks. Yeah so my dad always had motorcycles mainly street bikes and things like that..

"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

02:05 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"I mean i don't think that machine is on. You is gonna make you go faster off. Don't believe that. I mean not when you were at the bar the night before you know like some things were counterproductive but i think that was just him willing to do anything to win. Where if this guy was training. You know ricky. Or whoever he trained i mean i think they worked with the carmichael trainer carmichael. Timmy worked with that and they did crazy things to you know like everybody did some stuff that was out of the ordinary but i mean i just think in my mind fundamentally like roger bike roger by school here and there eat right go to bed. Go to bed. Time i just. I don't think those things change over the years. You're not gonna find a agree with. I agree with that but they all do that right. So we can kind of agree that cooper web is one of the most mentally talented person in our sport and being around cooper day in day out. He's looking for that. Like zero point one percent edge over kenny or more. He's not looking for five percent. He's not going to get five percent. There isn't a five percent give or to get so the little things that he does to recover his body or to you know man he goes into this dark place at the end of motives even on practice days and he'll start yelling at his mechanic and yelling at us. People don't see it every day so when you see it for the first time it's kind of strange but being around it. He just wants to win. That's all he wants to do. He'll he's better at the gym. He's like and i see like chad. And these guys and they did that. But then you see some. I don't want to throw anybody under the bus. But there are some top guys in our sport just kind of slide through that probably have more talent than the guys winning you know but they just you just enough just enough thanks to the flyer racing racer x podcast dan. Truman thank you to fly racing and of course the folks at max's and rental and also kkob links. It's been over twenty five years since kobe links lowered the first motorcycle. They're based in idaho. They made the suzuki. Dr three fifty seat height a little shorter back in the day and today they have lowering suspension links for everything from affiliate yamaha us about route motocross..

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"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:29 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Here's dan truman tonight. And now as promised to fly racing racer x podcast. A good friend of mine from get an athena and eighty-three compound and god knows what else pulp mex- fantasy. It's dan truman. What's up truman. how are you man. i'm good man. I'm just catching up a little. Loretta lynch here. We've been really busy at athenian. Get so I elected to stay at the warehouse. Here in florida and continue to ship product out and and work with the guys. So it's surprising. You and i haven't done this already known each other for a long time and just getting around to it now. So apologies for not I mean you you've been busy with your own vital mex- thread so i think i've officially made it now. No i mean it's it's a fair question for some people and a lot of people aren't at the racist so they don't really understand how some things work They took something out of content. That i said on a on a fantasy podcast and they're run with it but it is what it is I see you and jt pf threads on there all the time so yeah welcome. Welcome to the club and it's interesting. I feel like your your path industry. You're from florida. I'm from canada. Are kind of the same. We wanted to be pro racers. We realized we weren't good enough. You were probably better than i was. And then at some point we got into being a mechanic and then we realized that that's a lot of work but in the meantime we made a ton of connections and friends and we have both graduated outside of being a mechanic but still heavily in the industry. So i do feel a kinship with you. Truman as far as our career paths here. Yeah i agree. I mean the goal growing up as a young kid was to be a professional bike. Racer right like your goal. My goal and You know. I tried to live. That dream didn't come from any money or nothing so it was really hard for us to make all the big amateur nationals. I would ride with people friends and teammates at the time. And yeah i mean i one amateur nationals at the time you think. That's so great right. Winning these races and texas and las vegas and all that stuff. But i i never won the reds Third and fourth was the best i ever was. You know. i raced against stewart. And he won most of them as people know he was pretty good right. He's a good runner. He was decent. But you know james. We're really close. You know we were close friends. Growing up in florida or dad's friends and You know we raise every weekend back then. It wasn't like now with training facilities. Everybody raised you know each other on the weekends. And you know. I would get him a motor here. Obviously for the most part he won ninety five percent. How did you did you straight up james here. Yeah i'd beat him a couple of times a day. Nice guys. we'll talk about. It was some good times on mini bikes. You're not too big bike. He he kinda hit another gear Funny story his first big bike race. Was that gator back. And i was a big guy. I've always been a big guy and In staging you know james's kind of you know being james cocky and we were having fun. We were friends to know so. And i said don't lean on me like this is eighty eighty five class. Whatever we were on then superman before that and Sure enough in the first he leaned over. I leaned back and unfortunately he went down Not all my fault but He broke his arm or shoulder. I think at that race and when he came back..

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"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:01 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Other in the uk awesome. I like that approach of giving a single time habits time in the sun. Yeah yeah just a think albums one five. I mean if if if you onto my head outside. I would love to be an album person of of being brought upon singles and there's an urgency to singles so this album that the album writing is basically a con is a drama of single been rising but purposely and silverdale is the place on the all of man called silverdale which i go and rights. They sung's song. The songs influenced by silverdale. And they're also written in silverdale so for me. It's very conceptual. The whole concept of the album is off silverdale about silverdale facility. Dial on my relationship with the people around silverdale but of in such a way that an excessively not for all so. You don't have to go all. We don't want to go on his journey. Oh good grief you know you can have your journey with this forthcoming out my spirit of okay. So where is the best show so channel to follow everything about truman menthols. Well we're we're on a facebook which is true falls official on instagram onto trim foles on twitter and to enforce which is where we met you. Say yeah i'm all over twitter over everywhere and you will pick up on song as well. I yes thank you i Of that makes me feel really cool. Gase twitter I have been longstanding on twitter so my followings heavier or bigger and i'm i'm just you know once you do some every day for a number of years god longtime It becomes morning habit. Share on twitter so i share my morning indie find right Instruments becoming more of a habit. It took me a while to get into it Because it was like. How do you post that. No i know. But then i realized you need an iphone or Anyways so once it got the iphone it was. I'm good to go right. Because i needed something. Just sort of bit easy. So the iphone entities area but One of my favorites. But i do like twitter. Too i think twits twitches seems to have a full from where i'm sitting anyway. I'm on note professional by any means. But i mean this this this seems to be a more of a conglomerate of musical love their. I don't know what's because i'm quite new instagram myself i way instagram seems to be the place to advertise thousand his money video. And this is the the means of me to do that by having a ten second clip whereas whereas facebook is completely in your face ironically. But you've got someone like twitter which is now. it's it's feels more aussie. Can i say that it just feels more welcoming in that respect. It's leans more chats than anything else. It's more of a collective. Yes that's the word i'm looking for. Thank you yeah yes. yeah and I find professional music. It's more focused on music. Yes i don't have my friends. Sharing their nightly meal. Eckrich is cool. Who stole some of my friends. Who are incredible chefs. I liked seeing it. And i actually get the recipes. I want that. dm me But you know what When you were a business go into instagram or twitter business as in music. Yes i agree with you and with the instagram with the food. I mean do do people do that. Live to people walk around with that. Didn't wanna plates and walk into people's houses. Look i've just. I just wanted to people. Quite bizarre gonna take a page of medina before he actually no they. Don't i actually i. I have a very odd since humor. it's a cross between george carlin mr bean the three stooges so i find it entertaining. Royce did i. There's a couple. There's a couple that have our chef quality. roy. So i get that. That's their business. Or that's their professional They either shoot Food videos so it makes sense for them to share their dinner. What what we need you but of sharing everything or the daily sale feed the deli selfie. I can handle roy's like But that's another topic. I think if we if you make him with an app that you could actually tastes taste the phone so if you took a shot of a meal but you could taste it as well we would be worth billions by the Yeah but then there'd be somebody somewhere out there that would develop a app or rule probably during the rules surrounding that tastes. I getting ball court taste to graham. That's a good one. i love it. Thank you for being on the show. Today really enjoyed our chat. It's amazing a as great as you music. Your music is outstanding. Thank you very contrary to say so. Blessed thank you very much. It's been wonderful to talk to you and thank you very much for your support. It means a hell of a lot. Both to me and to other is ceo. Playing have a great evening. You to take care. That's iraq they kyaw for tuning in to the buzzer podcast. And thank you all the artists on today's show. The show wouldn't happen without your second episode from mondays. 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"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:12 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"I mean you can see what that means. I agree with you. But i also disagree with you because the most played led zeppelin song stairway to heaven. And that definitely isn't radio three women but that's yeah that's very true but that was the very first us at the americana started doing with their fm frequency of kind of pushing wander sons. I believe they were quite there. He might can't be on one hundred percent on that we came out that year. Reflect the tune hoffman. It pops another the fifties sixties when it was urgency of papa. Get into song Out quick getting punchline straightaway. elvis was doing it. Everyone was doing it and then but so spa advised in the same thing really. I mean it's it's a it's an evil thing but it's a good thing at the same time i mean. We get so much diverse acts. You don't have companies now. That's a wonderful thing that you list completely new music. On a daily basis everything every development in music for the past few decades have all been a double edged sword. it's positive and negative. Yes it's changed overall So you like it all or you don't like it. My preference is music created with purpose and created with the farmhouse as opposed to fitting into one style of music or fitting into a a schedule like releasing one Like boom wounded webs by providence. Yep i understand there is there is there is you. can you can see. There's a business approach to some art artists. Handed most but the source doesn't artistic approach from other artists. And i i tend to lean towards the autistic approach. Whether that that the song take some way the song do the. Yeah i agree. I agree the isle of man is the closest city is liberal. That's correct so. Is that the local music scene that you sort of get involved in or does the island man have their own local music scene. The element has its has. Its very own music. Same we've got several buns via He will quite Go go go to cancel because we are a smaller than spent two hundred miles radius in about eight hundred five thousand population. We have our news ical ecosystem so to speak where we kind of. We have our own. If allred influences and redo all have our evenings of gigging gunby. We have our own festivals. So we have. We have our own conduct musical around. It'll mutual thing going on so we've got Here cold madani huang radio Play and is from the bbc in in the uk. We and so. That's really good. So i mean this music probably every night here on the island just because we restrained by a say of doesn't help in the fact that it's very hard for us to go until but the good thing about it is. Is we have a gym here. And the the the my life. I've lived in london for a few years. The all of it's refreshing. It's very liberating sounds like a great vacation. It's it's a beautiful. It's a beautiful place to live pretty hard to make a living but as a beautiful place to live and i will honestly wouldn't want to live anywhere else spirit talk but let mentioning the bbc. I forgot to mention you are actually on the. Bbc's introducing merit mirny mercy set measure on the bbc's introducing mercy side must've been something special. That's really good. It's a it's a step in the right direction at any anybody. Not baby ceo yourselves. Anybody plays music we all. We feel Taking the time to let the song. I it must be very hard especially the baby. Save you think about it. I mean that's one thing you can pull federal bag. The bbc must get so much music on a daily basis to kind of get to play so for someone to choose you out of the millions of others is is is quite a you know a little thing that you can go go to bed within sleep soundly with knowing that you you've done one thing right for the day but that said you know it's and getting an email from your good self saying you'd like to do. This is an honor. It's it's it's it's a wonderful thing to think that you'll song is being played on the other side of the world. it's just. It's a humbling. If anything because you would add my seven year old self would never believe me say one day. Your song is going to be played in calendar. Isn't that remarkable. that's amazing. Yeah you make a sound so magical would isn't it. I love it but it is magical one who we all. We all the capability being creative each and every one of us. I'm looking at the fact that i found music to be mine and I'd people say should be professional. I believe in being professional. I think we were all amateurs. The definition of amateur someone. Who does it for the love of it. So i would rather be an amateur and professional day of the week. But music is is mind. Completeness amused to shay so what are you future projects. Maybe looking to tour. Well we've got to concentrate on getting this album dome. We've got another single coming out toba which were mixing in the moments an hoping for the album to be out early next year but we wanting the songs to come out The the first batch them individually because it seems to be it gives it gives them a little time a metal moment of the lights as opposed to putting out an album on it vanishing forever on on say deal in the midst of spotify so we kind of given every song. It's little time in the sun. So we've gone to the Release again october. Then we work on the album of christmas and get not finished off and then would with hoping to be told Touring in the uk acoustically next year. It all depends on what's owned on the next couple months with the the dreaded lurgi of courage and say How that goes. But next year festivals would be similar. I on food festivals.

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"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:29 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"I honestly love it. I love. I love the track. Thank you very much indeed is pretty well. Yeah it's it's seattle. So many like i say independence and in this day and age. It's it's really hard to get anywhere so grateful to have persons like yourself who will Pioneering pushy full with people like myself in office. He just open coming really. I mean i'll say. I'll say i'm coming up in around for bloomberg news but it's it's it's heartening to know that there are people you tend to failure when listen to the radio. Yeah that that that you'll just people offered what communist are given so the record company gives radio stations something and it's just pushed out so you've got you standardize who are brilliant. Put them down at all but there are but it kind of keeps away the those gems that you there's nothing better than funding a song for yourself funding and acts or one hundred percent foot foot that you just you find somewhere and it's yours and then you introduce it to the world yourself say. Have you heard this. Have you heard this song by so and so and people listen to and go good god. I've never heard that before. That's amazing and the birth. The first question will be why big and the answer is because we don't go out looking off we should go look with our. Es more often is. That's exactly why. I started the buzzer. Podcasts why habba a blog for many years of music blogger ailsa right per new york firm for popular music content But i really have a passion for independent music and I got too busy writing my blog. And i i find it. It's actually a hobby finding nuggets beautiful nuggets of people in random places. All over the world and i was shared on my Britain block and got too busy. And i decided you know what i'm going to on the air. So the buzzer. Podcast is basically the buzzer. Indy on air. I say that that's what we're all about so on so on a on a daily occurrence. Do you just listened at. Are you listening to new songs. yeah on how. How does that feel for you to be the pioneer in that respect. It's a two edged sword because there's it's a. It's a double edged sword. Because you you find that something has done remarkably well but it might not be what i think his right to. The podcast is incredible. I normally start day My first day between four and six o'clock in the morning. I put my earphones and i go on social media. I look for posts. Vote new releases And i'm not just my own social media but a variety worldwide groups. And i have a list see usually start on the buzzer indie written blog from there a mature or grow up to the pie cast And i love. I love it. It's it's amazing to be able to say. Well listen to this tune and to share it like Some of my close family or incredible lee affected by music. Like i am is there. Peter pan is is my peter pan. I and All-share something from an artist in the uk canada Just recently a new artist say found in australia. Okay who reminded me a lot of david. Bowie and I shared it with my daughter cat. Who's who i'm talking about. And it was just an incredible valence. Like a a mini club. Hey look what. I found any seven by guys like. Yeah so it's an incredible feeling. This is an exciting to discovery. And it's also not discovery it's also an overwhelming feeling in the sense that there's so much talent out there and the artists that are putting out music have so much passion and hard work and time in creating their music regardless of what style of music it is the so there's that human element in as well and there's only so many tunes it can put on a play last night. Are you can put on the blog or you can put on a podcast right. So there's that human element of you know you have to pass up some for the favor of others and you must be very busy context. Because they're being so much music out there so much beautiful music out there as well. I mean on a daily basis listened to new songs and that must be. I mean what do you have. Do you have a go-to album that you've that you've always had all that you always go back to because there must be something that even when you've got this new is around you and the him out there must be there must be the bedrock for you. What's your bedrock my bad frog. I got anything aerosmith right okay. Anything else smith. Okay was say The who roy. And i would say i would say about I would say david bowie Because david bowie was one of the most out there are just didn't give two damns. About what style of music. He was putting out. He put me out by soul. Yeah if he wanted to do disco he's just a scout if he wanted to change his entire thing and Go into something else. He did like he was a he led his art dictate or guide him as host to creating music for radio play. Yes and a lot of the artists Well the artists that i mentioned i would say the majority through music creating music for music sake. Not for radio play and i think today's music has a risk of people creating music for that radio play or creating subsequent releases after releases because it's dictated by spotify streaming. Yes but shortly that we. We've we've had that in the past though that this is something spotify something unique itself. The we've always been. We've always been dictated by three minute pop song because of the book because radio stations wouldn't play anything over certain a certain amount of time so spotify is doing the same thing really the the fact that i raise you. A good song is a good song. Regardless of what time is it's quite sad in those..

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"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:30 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Or no bats recording of the song off tape. I was telling simon that i had a bat enter my studio city girl. It was not a pretty sight anyways. Now i love listening to attract. Did you have a story behind. It is telling us the story about something. It's there is a story about to keep it for the for the person who's listened to it you kind of have the run dates. It's a love song. It's a twisted love song. Really of a play on words about what love is on what it is for me. But they're all this this all trades in it. But i'd rather like most. I'd rather the person kind of find ron story to it That's what benza. I listen to. Although that said i do like to ask already a funding intriguing to find out what the autism was rising a finite very intriguing. I find it intriguing. To and honestly i believe with music If it's done right this music has been done right. Thank you i. I a fan will listen to it. Every regardless of how how much shoot they know about the origination or the they know about the song came about they still put their own memories to the music is so powerful got very true. I do them a few years ago. listening to interview with the great poll simon and they were asking him the you went to college for men on the somos doing dissertation with aces on the song. Coal meow on. They stood up in the pool. So haven't so many questions about what the what is to them and they asked him. What was this song you. When he said it was just words. I put together sound runs and i find that really intriguing. That he's on his stream-of-consciousness we'll have some meaning to him but we take it completely different direction ourselves our imagination and all lives that we live will make a story four own selves. And i find that incredible. I do too. It's the peter pan for a lot of people. Yes yes definitely rick. We're.

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"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:14 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Yeah that's about where i'm up to read now. I mean i rehearse every nine. i'm still ponds of you. you Paul's tear yourself guitars for the band. So yes smart the lead. yes basically. What usually happens when we come to archie songs. I'll sit down and start writing misano. How the song finished before we got into studio. I'm paul taylor is the is the wizard his the one with the technique and i will sit down together. I'm we'll go through the arrangements ourselves with a big utah and then we'll take you on other instrumentation a cable and then just walk around the arrangement. Stand then we'll go into the with my great friend. Dave armstrong who's gsa. I'm going to his little studio here. On the all of mom amble thrush out arrangements of and just wonderful on very look in that respect that we have an access to a really good studio for to kind of get these ideas and form them really and dave armstrong is Basin keys for the band is is producer base in cable plan and just affects as well. So i mean. He's been his ticket for a very long time. But we kind of clicked together. The three of us pull myself and david women will get into the studio and we also have drama martin. Who is also guitarist. I'm we're getting him involved in the musicality as well as they so he's not only a drummer he's gone. Now he's small town is martin is very. He's a lovely man and consummate musician. So you're a four piece. Yes we can't we. Yes we're of nucleus rar for peace but we pretend to get backing singers adl all last album we had every got sir orchestration and we have guest musicians. Ame- had on our last album. We were very lucky to have. Bj cole pedal still play. Who played without john deacon blue so we had him session on on a couple of tracks so but as a new closest is the four of us. Yes okay as how does the ban form Going back but too many years ago. When i met dave to record some of my early work casado artist and he started the juice from the songs on from there will kind of fell into a friendship into. I met poll free music as well. He was playing the bond and he was recording at the studio. And that's how we met and it was quite a like a ongoing to be an old mates opened. You saw do a band. I kept doing solo stop and moved to london for a few years. And then i came back with a bunch of songs for the debut album that david said combined with y'all into movie called the album on by that time may pull. We're very good friends. And paul was helped me with the songs so the free of us got together and started doing the first album. Martin had co has come along in the last few years to play to play drums which we tend to go through a lot of drummers for some reason it must be garden accidents or something. But he's but he's he's been an old friend of ours of manion for a very long time marty. So the referring to little happy house. That's correct us. One back in two thousand three seems like an age. good ref- at and that was your debut and then it falls up. Is your sophomore head swims. Yes yes we did henson those those a few years in between. I think we're just riding on the promotion of happy house. And i started guy through re- reworking my rising. I want to move forward and it just. It just took a long time. That's the thing when you drink independently you don't have a major company breathing down the back of your neck thing. Get the next one out so we took our time. People think it's lazy. I'm just trying to be just wants to get it rice quite effects you. I'm quite perfectionist. Really at farah. Ah so my. I get that. So is as the artists critiquing. His own music is the new upcoming album. Silver daryl different to your first two albums. i think it's a combination of both. I think we did. The little happy house was very openings. Kind of like a kind of merging into the pop realm and head swims is kind of mole. It was a bit more ult in its in its approach and this time around. I wanted to kind of holcombe back to tim. Pinelli kind of just get rid of all the mates and get right down to the bone of the song. So it's like taking the idea of happy which is quite straightforward and in your face to speak and whereas head swims is a bit more allows allows it out. That's called a bit more thinking for want of better words. Some components combine the severity book. Picking up vibes of the late fifties early sixties. When you had by the brothers all the beach boys and spice act that tim panel kind of process of getting the leading the song. Do the work can not over dressing it just letting getting straight in there. So there's all those influences flying around really a not not really afraid with today's music. Although i do listen to it. I find it a bit too plastic and the i mean it. It works wonders on each to their own. But i like to go back to that kind of when i first listened to music. I just remember listening. Take like the beach boys in the back garden on a summer afternoon. And it's just it's emergency and it's it's it's beauty rated. If not packaged up in what i would like to call not synthesize plastic. No she's nothing wrong with it. All is a long there's a there's a more earthy feel on get a vibe from and that's hope dot parenting what you hear as earthy add derry. Actually at the same time. We're coming up to listen to attract something about love which will be part of a civil dirt album. I instantly got beach way. I i was instantly transported to beach right or at a barbecue is very summary song. 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"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:27 min | Last month

"truman" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Industry insiders out of the box conversations with guests from the north from the west coast to these two across the pond and from down under. And now here's shame. Hey y'all i'm shay. This is the buzzer podcasts. Independent music releases global coverage. Welcome and enjoy episodes. Seventy six from the isle of man truman falls is on the show represented by frontman simon. Ray something about love is out now. The second single released from their future albums sylvan dell. This is a wonderful continuation soundscape that the ban began with their previous albums. Little happy hells and had swims and incredible heartwarming chat with simon about his music. The band and the magical local scene of the i'll love man enjoy the show. Hey simon how are you today. Thank you for coming onto the podcast and sharing your music. Thank you very much indeed for having me shea into talking sony canada. That's amazing considering from the olive. Mom which is it not thousands of miles away but I do a lot of virtual stocking associated as a i found music and some of my networks and i would share a part of and very excited when i happen upon you music. I love it funky very much indeed. Somebody does alabama is not that far from city. Is it matter what an sorry. I love man. How far is that from a big city while were on an island in the middle of the are rec- so the name city i would say is liverpool. Which is about sixty miles if you started swimming proposals part of the united kingdom. That's correct you. it was an independent. We have our own in parliament but england. His are close relative so so you like canada. Yes space we have our own thing going on but it was still have the queen bizzare dots and your bigger and more epic can everything that you do as opposed to here. We're kind of your conduct the big city with a small town. Al okay. i'm the big city. I'm kind of the big big big bingener says. Yeah little town. Is it a market that a lot of uk artists are looking to get into war. Starts into the canadian. Marcus will. I don't know to be honest with you. I mean i suppose a lot of people want to break into the us small getting a. I believe that's just for the amount of population. I personally of always wanted to visit calendar as we nipah of always. Just don't what it is is just something about. Maybe it's the word. I don't know but of always wants to go to canada so so i think that's kind of partly pushed me towards pushing my feelings out musically and not direction and also because i i think compared to america i think your very more british. Can i say that without people turning the now you can say that to me. Brit grandfather heels for manchester manchester suppose kind of affiliation because of the of the of england and canada being in in the that common things. I don't know. I just. I see i see kanders. Very romantic plants always have. You're not the only artist looked to canada. Odell is Actually i think already in canada Doing a concert yet in toronto. I'm sure he has other canadian dates and a well long ban. You start every north american tour practicing at the elm combo in toronto. You which man that is. This is your music trivia for today or carry. Well i'm just trying to think of somebody a well-known and other canadian area no. They're uk ban. Well known you to the rolling stone. The rolling oh on which focused right now on charlie. Watts just passed away today. Yeah in the peace yet. Plessey saw he was He was an incredible drama incredible drama. Abbott i asked you Trivia question before we get started. Okay bob k. Before phil collins. Who was the lead singer of genesis. Peter gabriel iraq. You know your stuff. They shouldn't have picked. uk bench. Dad my bag on just from was gloss. Tiger will canadian name. Well they still got glass tiger yet with l. fruit. Well okay. i remember when they released their first. Single don't forget me when i'm gone which is written by brian items. You also guest vocals on while such cool stuff et al que. So tell us about your background did you. How did you end up in news of always. I've always been around music. I'm the rice my very first. Someone on seven years old sitting on top of the bunk bed. Ron christie Christmas time and i read some cold snyman and i was doing lots of school. Plays and zing singing in school. Plays and stuff. And i have my mother and father mostly to blame because they had all the record collection which i just used to listen to avidly all is fine. So i was a consequence of my mother and father's musical thais which kind of blended into me so As soon as i called which is about fourteen fifteen a move to the olive and from england and started my own starts day music and dimmed live performances and then a couple of years. I've started writing about sixteen. Started sitting down and consciously rising but before hyundai was just bits dim bulb flying around rarely. Yeah it was about six day. When i started thinking this is this is beyond a hobby. This is a passion awesome. Did you pick up the guitar earlier than sixteens. Not not really no. I seem to have some source of. I mean i'm dyslexic anyway. But a caesar's full of some news ical dyslexia where my act sheep pretty bad on his own on okay on drums. But so you really really learn how to get myself indicative So that's that's an ongoing thing. Spicer israel qatar restrict yourselves. But my son has. He's just to non probably a better than me. But i see as a tool for rising so.

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The Mainstream Media Finally Turns on Joe Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

The Mainstream Media Finally Turns on Joe Biden

"Turned on. Joe by the mainstream media has turned on joe by feels like the whole country is scratching. Its head over president. Joe biden except nicole wallace. She doesn't count. She believes ninety. Five percent of americans liked president. Biden's afghans speech yesterday and lisa showed up. I mean that was a big question for the longest time. Where was he where. The world is joe biden. Where's waldo. He left camp david long enough. They flew him over to the white house. Propped him up in front of a teleprompter. Did you see him bolt. After did you watch the speech. First of all probably not but we watched it so you didn't have to and everything you're hearing is true. He essentially said the buck stops with me and then blamed everybody else. It's trump's fall. It's the afghans. Paul afghanistan people's fault. It's the afghantistan military's fall. It's the afghanistan politicians fault. It's the weather. The dog ate his homework. It's everybody's fault but him where the buck stops. I don't think that's what harry truman had my goodness. What a catastrophe. What an utter unmitigated disaster. I don't know that we've ever seen a presidency collapsed this tune. The jimmy carter's presidency come apart this early. Didn't it take a while. We're seven months in and this poor guy doesn't know what day it is

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Joe Biden Passes the Buck on Afghanistan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Passes the Buck on Afghanistan

"Why. Cnn and other left leaning journalist turned on biden over afghanistan. they could've covered for some of them. Did that goofy nicole. Wallace over at msnbc said that ninety five percent of americans are with biden on his speech. But not don lemon not wolf blitzer not even go down the list david actual rod. I mean there. He's getting blasted from all sides over his disastrous speech and there were two takeaways first of all after a lot of speculation that he wasn't even physically capable of appearing because he was hunkered down and camp david for days on vacation so at least he did speak but then when he spoke it was a disaster because in inciting or invoking the hairiest truman bromide. The buck stops here. Biden does pass the buck to. Everybody else was trump's fault. It's the afghan fighters fall so generous fault. It's the politicians faulted the president. I guess who. The people fallen from the planes in the sky over kabul right sleepy

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Do the Chinese Want Democracy? With Gordon Chang

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Do the Chinese Want Democracy? With Gordon Chang

"Gordon let me ask a tough question for you on sir. Do the chinese want. Democracy is the culture with the confucian background with the emphasis of the collective over the individual. Is this even possible to countenance in this part of the world. I think that it is because we see taiwan which is not a chinese society but is closely related to china where you have a vibrant very very prosperous society very And by the way they run elections far better and taiwan than we do which is do. They have voted gordon to the have votes. Reidy date not only have voter idea. They have a system said whereas paper ballots. What happens when they count these ballots. Everybody is in the room and the government official responsible for the balanced actually holds it up to everybody. Everybody then counts it because they can all see it and the process might take a little bit longer than ours but it is virtually. It's virtually fraud-proof now But put that aside for a moment. People in taiwan are passionate about their democracy. They don't consider themselves chinese. They consider themselves taiwanese But for many people you know they they look chinese. They and they speak a language which is very similar to mandarin and they've got the same Or at least they had the same characters until mao went to simplified characters but the point is yes. The chinese people they want. They're just like the rest of us. They want what everyone else has on. The mainland is a complicated question. And we don't really know the answer because you can't a survey of something sensitive like that. Okay if you want to know what. The chinese people have a preference for toothpaste. You can do a survey it will be reliable if you're going to ask them on something that the communist party feels. It has an interest. Such as for instance. Do you want more say in your life. You can't do that. You're right that there is a confusion culture there you're right that that is in many respects anti-democratic but we also know that the chinese people do want more of a say in their lives and so You know at the particular time. Even though communist party propaganda has been extremely effective in molding views. The truman show. I mean this is the only thing that people know nonetheless. We do know that there is discontent with the government style of the communist party and if they really had a choice Who knows what they would eventually choose.

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Clubhouse Opens Its Doors

Double Tap Canada

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Clubhouse Opens Its Doors

"Clubhouse Audio chat rooms now open to everybody who no matter who you are wherever you are as long as you're an iphone android phone and you're happy to give your phone number then you can join clubhouse and be part of the conversation for last night. I was learning how to be a better woman on clubhouse yes. I was listening to that room. That was interesting. I'll be honest doesn't allow sites that mark bill. That's the point is that there's so many weird rooms in the truman floss. Weird all right. Hey listen you're getting a minded sexist today even go there okay. No i mean it's just there's so many we make money through bitcoin and you know how to monetize and youtube tons of this stuff right and it's just like like it. You know now. I just seems that so much of it now. As that sort of thing i it turns me off to it. So there's some great if you got some friends on there and getting a jack. It's great but i see so much when i look through that hallway. See so many of those crypto currency and whatever else and is all seems a little bit to me. I like yesterday. Scottish mark was the future club. I think it's going to. It's going to let you know what i understand. It's on it's on a steady decline since it was first kind of availed to the world even though it is now open to more and more people I think it's because there's a lot of other services out there that are trying to compete with it and doing a pretty good job as fireside is a new one that launched. The people have been trying to get me on board with Not it's not the same idea similar very similar concept to clubhouse I'm not sure but accessibility on there. Aga back on that but It's just. I don't know. I think that you know it'll have its nation and people will continue with it until something shiny and bright comes along. That's much better. I mean success was done to the pandemic. let's be honest. i mean i would have been as popular. Had the pandemic not come along. I'm not so sure. I hear that all the time either. Something's felt because of the pandemic as a been a success because of the pandemic. I don't buy that. I think it was because certain. Celebrities came onto that platform. It sounds like we're being harsh about clubhouse but the fact of the matter reach there's always honeymoon period for any service or app where everyone is new. Everyone jumps on it then after a while. You know you think okay sort of done with that and people start to drift away. And i think the honeymoon period

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Shaking Hands With Mr. History: Pastor and Author Greg Laurie on Billy Graham

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:38 min | 3 months ago

Shaking Hands With Mr. History: Pastor and Author Greg Laurie on Billy Graham

"Graham whom you write about. Obviously in the book called. Billy graham the men. I knew he met and knew everyone. He minister to the queen of england. He he ministered to people. We can't even imagine He he he he knew churchill. It's amazing and it was hard to get him to talk about these things. Frankly because i understood that what. I should cantu billy graham. I was shaking hands with mr history. He knew golden my year. He knew as you mentioned the queen winston churchill. He knew all the popular movie stars. In the day. Bob hope and john wayne and jack many et cetera. But then he had a bentley for the most part a working relationship with every american president from truman arguably all the way to trump. The trump wasn't an office. Trump came to billy's ninety th birthday party and at his table i was at that party. And trump was a businessman. So he may he knew. Donald trump Barack obama came to visit him. But all these presidents on both sides of aisle republican and democrat called on. Billy he really was pasture to them. But you know. I think one of his great qualities is he would not always disclosed details because he he respected their privacy. Didn't want to exploit it. And they'll probably goes back to what happened when he met his first president president. Truman billy with sort of blown up at that point becoming very well known. He requested meeting with the president. He was denied a few times. Finally being let him come for a short meeting. He walked into the president's office. He and his team were very young men. The days double-breasted suits with painted ties. White bug shoes and billy puts his hand on the president shoulder. Praise for him and he found out later. It wasn't supposed to touch the president and i and truman didn't like billy all that much because afterwards he went on the front lawn of the white house and the press came to him and ask them. What are the president's aid you any told them and then they said. Would you get down in praying. So billion to as team members that were in the oval office got done one need pain. They took this picture. Truman did not like it at all. Billy later apologized determined. Truman said it was no problem. Some briefed you. But he learned to be more discreet when he met with these important people and keep their conversations. He had with them confidential but he always was seeking to minister to them and point them to christ.

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A Weak Biden Administration Lets China Build a Sprawling Network of Missile Silos

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

A Weak Biden Administration Lets China Build a Sprawling Network of Missile Silos

"One of the things that concerns me. As with all this internal strife We're having to battle the weak underbelly of the country. China is on the move. China is building more than 100, new missile silos and its western desert. Analysts say, according to the compost Joby Warrick. Now it's amazing. They need three people to write an article about Trump but one about communist China. Communist China has begun construction of what independent experts Sarah more than 100 new silos. For intercontinental ballistic missiles. In a desert near the northwestern city of Yemen. A building spree that could signal a major expansion of Beijing's nuclear capability. Let me tell you what's going on. They're going to invade. Taiwan. We're gonna wait until they are in such a position that we dare not. Dare not try and stop them. While they're muscling up. At Record speed. While they're sprinting. On steroids. All across their various military operations. Military platforms. Our military is being undermined. By the radical Left and the Democrat Party and the president of the United States. G right. Putin see an opportunity. And they are exploiting it. They desperately wanted Biden as president, the United States They desperately wanted Truman charge of the Senate. Pelosi in charge of the House. They desperately wanted a week. Secretary of defense with weak generals and admirals at the top. And they got what they wanted.

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What's the History of US-Israel Relations?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:08 min | 5 months ago

What's the History of US-Israel Relations?

"Joined first of all from jerusalem by david makovsky distinguished fellow at the washington institute and professor in middle east studies at johns hopkins university david festival. I think when people think about this relationship now it's assumed that this full-throated barely critical support for israel is an article of faith for the united states but if we think back to the foundation of israel in nineteen forty eight was that always the case now not at all the foreign policy establishment of the united states was dead against us. Recognition of israel led by secretary of state. George marshall no foreign policy establishment viewed. Israel is getting in the way of trying to shore up arab support for america's position in the cold war which was deemed critical given the importance of the european recovery and making sure that arab oil slow to europe. So truman the president harry. Truman swearing against the tide and insisting upon immediately after the state was

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Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien

There I Was...

01:26 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien

"Creek truman. Welcome to the there. It was podcast. Thank you thank you very much. Gentlemen you have quite an interesting story in an interesting background craig. Especially you at seventy years old deciding. This was the right time in your life. Things finally lined up where you had the time and the money together to go flying and flying with your cfi truman. Who with a lot of experience but then kinda went doormat when he retired from the airlines for dozen years or so came back to be a cfi and help you learn to fly help. His nephew learned to fly and So here you are in. Imc conditions flying from from bend oregon to To vashon island. Do you mind picking up the story from there. Yeah it was quite the Quite the experience. I hadn't planned on this unexpected stop that we made on the side of mount saint. Helen's we now refer to this as the miracle on mount saint. Helen's at least. I do. But i couldn't have done it with a better A better pilot. Truman of course has many many hours. on i think over nineteen thousand but As he's told me before he's never had a crash before so. This was a new experience for the both of us but we were coming back from band. Everything was fine. I had flown the plane from vashon down to bend oregon We turned around a couple of hours. Later started our way back and Truman was flying the plane. Control the plane

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Polls Say 52% Approve of Biden

Dave Ramsey

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Polls Say 52% Approve of Biden

"It's less than a week until President Biden's 100 Day in office and a new poll takes a look at his approval. Rating. Details from ABC is Derek Dennis. The new ABC News Washington Post poll shows. Biden has the third lowest job approval rating for any president at 100 days since Harry Truman Just 52% of Americans approve of Biden's performance so far on Lee Lower was Gerald Ford at 48% in 1974 and Donald Trump at 42% in 2017. Biden's hi mark his handling of the pandemic, his low mark the immigration crisis at the US Mexico

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Being the best with Tony Herbert, "Soldier"

Jocko Podcast

04:35 min | 7 months ago

Being the best with Tony Herbert, "Soldier"

"Podcast to seventy three. We were with anthony. Herbert tony herbert. Also known ass and we started off his journey from a kid growing up in pennsylvania surf. You haven't listened to podcasts. To seventy three goal of that right now. He tried to join the marines at fourteen. Fourteen years old credit eventually joined the army at seventeen off. The korean war went from private to master sergeant. All kinds of heroic actions suffered all kinds of wounds shot hit with frag white phosphorus burns and also bayoneted multiple times including one bayonet stabbed that broke off in his chest. He in the korean war served as a platoon leader even though he was just a young enlisted guy and eventually at the end of that podcast and at the end of that part of his life. Us pulled off the battlefield. One of the most decorated soldiers of the war sent on a morale at it was basically morale tour and i were flown back to the to the white house. President truman and then basically went to london and antwerp in brussels and the hague and all the other european allies that were fighting alongside america in the korean war along the way he met. Mrs eleanor roosevelt. She encouraged him to go to college. He kind of agreed of the quotes. He says in the book is he. He agreed because he was already master sergeant in the army and he said what am i going to do. Sit around the enlisted man's club telling stories about korea so he was sort of not not over it but he realized that he'd kinda done what he was going to do. So he ends up getting assigned as an rotc instructor at a high school in denver because he liked to ski goes to the third ranger class. That ever happened. He was in. He ends up getting married to his hometown. Sweetheart mary grace starts going to college or he then he gets out of the army then starts going to college at the university of pittsburgh while he's there he writes a book called conquest. No war nowhere. Which was his first book about the korean war which he later rewrote which we covered. What when it was rewritten was called the making of a soldier. That was podcast to seventy three for the most part worked at a steel mill at night while he was going to college and then eventually commissioned as an officer in the pennsylvania national guard. Shout out to the To two eight iron soldiers all right so so then he goes to the. He's back kind of in the army and he gets them warnings at the army's different now you know the war is over. The good people got out. We just left with people. That shouldn't even be in the army that got those kind of warnings but he stayed in. He loves being a soldier he wants to be. A soldier. goes the basic army. Infantry course wins nine out of ten awards there including the leadership trophy which is the leadership. Trophy is awarded by the other students. Like the other students select. Who deserves this leadership trophy. Then he gets assigned as a ranger instructor and he starts. He starts in the mountain phase. And so today we're going to be reading so the first book that we covered we covered a little bit so he's written two books he's written. Three one was conquest to know where that one got rewritten. As the making of a soldier that was the bulk of what we read last time. This time we're gonna read from his second book primarily and it's just called soldier called soldier and lots of lessons learned but as i mentioned in the first podcast in two seventy three. There's some serious lessons learned about life and things get really crazy when he goes to vietnam as a battalion commander and we will get there all right so here we go go go to the book soldier written by anthony be herbert and he says this teaching young men the essentials of mountain climbing combat and survival was more of a learning experience for me than for them. I began discovering things about the resources in me as well as the way the army was moving. I was an

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Pandemic Provides an Opportunity To Tackle Problems in Mental Healthcare

C-SPAN Programming

02:36 min | 7 months ago

Pandemic Provides an Opportunity To Tackle Problems in Mental Healthcare

"I think that the Kobe pandemic is an opportunity. I think that there is the possibility to leverage this pandemic and these global stressors that are giving many Pete For their first onset psychiatric disorder and exacerbating pre existing psychiatric disorders and two said we need to make changes in prioritizing mental health care, developing mental health, tele therapy devising software and smartphone applications to monitor and surveil our loved ones to make sure that they're safe and that we can understand what point they're not. I think that we need multi disciplinary teams in hospitals and clinics so that mental health isn't separated from other forms of health. And I think we need to pay attention to the mental health care of people who are isolated and that much more risk for mental illness than others. The elderly undocumented immigrants, people who are experiencing homelessness. I think that coded actually does provide An opportunity to try and make some big advances. And I wouldn't say that without the knowledge of history at the end of World War two my grandfather recognized along with other people that there had been many more cases of mental illness or psychiatric casualties, as they were called in World War two than anybody expected that normal people became sick in abnormal circumstance and Truman to his credit leverage that, he said. We're going to take this opportunity now to change things, and he established the National Institute of Mental Health precisely because of the war. He then ordered the military to adapt its manual of mental disorders called Medical two or three to become something that would eventually be GSM different title. Exactly. GSM universities enhanced and built psychology departments and clinical psychology programs and medical schools build new residencies. This was a huge burst of a real shot in the arm for for mental health care and mental health research because of this global crisis that said two people to be stressed is not a bad thing. It is normal in a way, and I think we could do that with this pandemic as well. Anthropology Professor Roy Richard

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'Sex and the City' returning without Kim Cattrall

Z Morning Zoo

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

'Sex and the City' returning without Kim Cattrall

"You're going to get it back Sex and the city coming back at least, HBO Max, Sarah Jessica Parker confirmed on Sunday. She's returning to TV as Carrie Bradshaw in a sex and the city revival for HBO. Max. Truman Instagram. I couldn't help but wonder where are they? Now? HBO Max All confirmed that Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte will also be back. Not coming back Kim Control who display Samantha Jones on the show. She's been very vocal about her decision not to return to the show and her in Syria just probably not going alone. Yeah, And like I said, I don't think there's any surprise. No, that really theory. Revival Fire Carrie Miranda Charlotte as they navigate their fifties, and it's set to begin production in New York in late spring. Another week another Nicki Minaj lawsuit

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"truman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:09 min | 10 months ago

"truman" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Scott Simon. When Joe Scarborough is a Republican congressman some 20 years ago, he had portrait of two presidents on his office wall. Ronald Reagan that surprised nobody. But also Harry Truman, a Democrat who was Joe Scarborough explains in a new book was derided as a rube and a strange little man. But who has Joe says exceeded all their low expectations. His book Saving freedom. Truman the Cold War in the fight for Western civilization, Joe Scarborough. Morning, Joe and MSNBC joins us. Thanks so much for being with us, Joe. Thank you so much, Scott. It's great talking to you again. What? Nice to talk to you again. Why was Harry Truman up on your wall? You know a S O. I was raised in the 19 sixties and early seventies by conservative parents and the definition of a conservative and are in the Scarborough household was being you know, Cold warriors, and I always thought throughout high school in college when I was reading about the Cold War and studying it that You know, One of those presidents started the Cold War, and one of them ended it. And actually, the starting of the Cold War was far more difficult because Harry Truman and having to confront Stalin and having to confront the you know Soviet Union's efforts, toe expand westward. Hey, not only had deal with isolationist Republicans, but he had to push back progressives in his own party and Truman Truman was simple man compared to the Certainly Roosevelt the person he succeeded, but hey, had more difficult decisions that he had to make. And the first six months of his presidency than most commander in Chiefs have to make over two terms. Yes, we'll run those down for us, because it's kind of stunning and to a no way obviously diminish Franklin Roosevelt's leadership. You suggest that I'm on something's Truman was actually more clear eyed. But Harry Truman in an interview after he left the White House said heroes know when to die, and Truman claimed to be talking about Abraham Lincoln leaving a mess for Andrew Johnson. But actually, I think most people suspect was talking about FDR. And it's interesting for all those who think that Joe Biden is having a difficult transition right now look back to what Harry Truman had to deal with. FDR knew he was dying during the campaign, he told trim and Hey, don't fly in planes. One of us need to stay alive. Truman get sworn in knowing that he was going to be president sooner rather than later. And yet when FDR died, Harry Truman knew nothing of the Manhattan project knew knew nothing of of the secrets and government he found out after his first Cabinet meeting when Stimpson came over and said, Hey, I need to talk to you about something and Within several months, he had to make the decision on how he was going to wrap up the war in Europe, whether he was going to drop atomic bombs onto Japanese cities. And then, of course, this book's talks about what happens a year and a half later, when it becomes obvious that Stalin has designs on grace on Turkey and on Central and Western Europe and then Harry Truman has to get the action and a time when a lot of Americans were just tired of war, right? I mean, most Americans had didn't want did not want to have to confront who they considered to be a good ally during the war, they had been exhausted by four years of war. By 400,000 deaths by rationing. The last thing they wanted to do was beat Nazism back and then have to worry about Soviet communism. But that's exactly that's the you know. Harry Truman had said to his Cabinet, he said, Guys, this is gonna be the toughest selling job I'll ever have is the president is Push people out of the isolationism and peace time That really had been in the American tradition since George Washington's farewell address, Joe while we have you, I have to take advantage of the opportunity. Ask you this question. Donald Trump has been good for cable news ratings. Going to miss him is President. Oh, my God. No. Remember, Remember, the less moon vest? Quote Go bad for America. Good for cables are good for TV ratings. And I remember saying to make a my God I would take cancelation and any any moment, Iet's thoroughly exhausting and a a sort of a 24 7 news culture that's focused on Responding. The Donald Trump's latest shocks his latest tweets, and it's actually bad for America. That sort of news coverage has been bad for America. Where politics and this has been happening over the past 20 years, and the cable news deserves much of the blame, as does the political talk radio and now Facebook, But politics has become a sport. You know we even when even when I was in Congress, I could sit down and talk to the most liberal Democrat, and we could figure out a way to strike a compromise on long term care or on education reform. And we could get it done these days because it's become so tribal and become such a sport. I think, in large part because of the media, uh, it makes it impossible to strike the deal. So you have this sort of deals and Harry Truman did with, you know, Chairman Vandenberg, the past the Truman Doctrine and NATO and And make the changes He made just Scarborough. His book Saving Freedom. Thank you so much for being with us again. Take care. Thank you so much for having me..

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"truman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:51 min | 10 months ago

"truman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"TV's Paul listening with you We're gonna take a look at what's supposed to happen on January 20th. It's the peaceful transition of power. And, you know what does that mean? Where did it start? How does that happen? So let's go to somebody who knows all about that. Clifton Daniel is the grandson of President Harry Truman. He knows a lot about the peaceful transition of power. He wrote a book about his grandfather called growing up. Growing up with my grandfather. Memories of Harry S. Truman wrote. Another book called Dear Harry loved Best. I have that one, too. I love letters between Harry and Bess Truman and very active with the Truman name, in fact, even portrays his grandfather on stage. We'll talk about that as well. But for now, Clifton welcome to WGN radio. I'm Paul. Thanks for having me. So let's talk about the substance of this is well, first of all, By the way, your grandfather died. I think in 1972. So you have your only around for a long time, I guess is you have significant memories of him. Right? I was 15 years old. When Grandpa passed away on December 26 1972 I remember going to I was in Missouri. I went to the Truman home his his, You know, his trench coat is still hanging there. As far as I know, the host is the house as a tourist spot now is left just the way your grandfather and grandmother left it. It's rather small. It's rather rather petite. They didn't really have a grandiose lifestyle. Sure they didn't. That house was built by my great great grandfather, George Porterfield Gates, who did very well for himself. Manufacturing queen of the pantry Flower, the wagon or Gates milling company. So that was actually in its day. That was one of the nicer, bigger houses an independence the but you're right by today's standards. It's a nice Victorian. I think they described as being 2.5 stories tall. It's got some stained glass in the front windows upstairs and down and And some very nice porches. But, yeah, it is not anything palatial by today's standards was very nice, comfortable old house for people with some memory like myself. Your mother was Margaret Truman, Delhi, Daniel. So for folks who are old enough to remember that, of course. Harry Truman Investor's daughter, Your mom was known for playing piano playing piano in the White House. She wrote. Murder mysteries right, that That's the woman we're talking about. Uh, right. She, uh, yeah, she I always used to joke that my mother, she she enjoyed murder mysteries. My grandmother. My mother had a deal where my grandmother also read murder mysteries, and she would just pile them up next to her chair. And when the pilot got Too big. She would just give them all my mother. My mother would read them. And eventually hand them off to me at some point, but anyway She, mom, uh, wrote I kid she written, she wrote more than 35. I know the murder mystery. Yeah, And I always joke that she really enjoyed that because she could sit in the comfort of her Manhattan living room and kill off people in Washington D C one by one When she was around now there's a more she might want to do. Oh, she's gone. So you have made other appearances. I I've seen you on NBC Networks and whatever talking about this peaceful transition of power. Give us the connection. Why is it that we remember Back to Harry Truman. When we get ready for for January 20th peaceful transition of power. Well, because Grandpa was actually the one who began what we now know as the formal Transfer presidential power prior to 1952. It's succeeded. It was always done, but there wasn't a formal set of steps, rules, offices, things like that. And Grandpa didn't really have that either. That the that was all set in stone in 1963 with the Transition Act, which was another 11 years later. Grandpa made it a point. To make sure that President elect Eisenhower and his Cabinet and his staff Had everything they needed to continue to take us to make a smooth transition. So there were no bumps. There was no there was continuity. Uh, for the continuity nationally and internationally with administrations, he wanted to make sure that they had everything they needed. They could have meetings with his cabinet members and staff. It could come into the White House come to the open coming to the West Wing. And basically see what was going on and be told. This is where we are. This is what's happening. Granted, they weren't They were going to change things and do what they wanted, but he wanted to make sure that they hit the ground running. Now and my memory was I don't think your grandfather and General Eisenhower who succeeded him. They were not the best of friends. Right? Little tension between those two is as power transferred. Yeah, Just a little. Uh, they had they started off fine. Rand. Paul, In fact, on two separate occasions pretty much offered the presidency that Ike When he came back from World War two, Grandpa said. You run, I'll be your vice president. Really a nice and Howard politely declined both times. I granddaughter, Mary Jean Eisenhower, friend of mine once told me that her grandfather Finally chose the Republican Party as a military man. He had not. Been Republican or Democrat. He had been a soldier. But after he left office, he chose the Republican Party because he thought that the Democrats had had the White House simply too long with Franklin Roosevelt's 12 years in my grandfather's Eight. That was 20 years of control the White House so I think it irritated Grandpa did that Eisenhower declared as a Republican after Grandpa had And they had a good working relationship up to that point. I don't think that was the The real reason. But there were some other there were just some some serious differences in the way they viewed Politics at the time that they rift develop between them, and by the time of Transition At the time of Eisenhower's election, the transition they were barely speaking to each other. In fact, President Eisenhower arrived at the White House. On. Traditionally, the incoming president arrives picks up the outgoing president they ride to the capital together. And before that they might have coffee in the White House. President Eisenhower and Mrs Eisenhower declined to go in. And grandpa. My mother said that my grandfather said something the affected well, we'd better on, you know, get on out there and ride with him. Or, you know, we're gonna hold up the United States. We're gonna mess this whole thing up. We won't have an orderly transfer when I was about your grandfather. He was pretty salty guy, right? In other words, this was, you know, I mean, that's the kind of guy he would be like then. Fine. Let's just go right and pretty straight talking, but again. Both of them. They were both. They were mad at each other, and I won't spend it all on Eisenhower or my grandfather. They had their issues with each other. But they both put it aside. They there wasn't a lot of small talk. In the car on the way to the capital, but they didn't need to be right. They just had to do with each other. What is your sense of if President Trump it's unknown what he's going to do. Some say he'll have a rally in Florida who knows what he'll do, but How important is it? Joe Biden has basically says he didn't really care if if President Trump is at the inauguration or not accept what the message it sends to the American public. Do you agree with President Elect Biden doesn't send a message of Trump is not well, There isn't much he could do, but I and I think that certainly Joe Biden has taken the high road. He's basically saying, you know, Okay, fine. There's going to be a transfer of power. There's going to be an inauguration on on January 20th. He's going to hold up his end of the bargain. And if President Trump doesn't It's still going to happen, right? But again, I think I don't know what else he could do and he's again. He seems to me to be to be doing the right thing to taking the high road. He's not sniping at the president. He's not Doing any name calling or or or threats or tweeting. He's just doing what he's supposed to do. He has a He has a big job ahead of them, trying to repair a lot of the damage that's been done. And that famous phrase the buck stops here which your grandfather had on his desk. Every president since then, has talked about it. Your grandfather will forever be ah, legend for that. You just wanted a couple things where we have to go The next seven years, The Truman Library in in Missouri is gonna be celebrating the 75th anniversary of his presidency of my grandfather's entire presidency. You know, the 75th anniversary started 20 twenties going out that he came into office 75. Little more than 75 years ago on April 12 1945 when FDR died And so the next seven years. These are the 75th anniversary of NATO, the Marshall plan. All of that perfect and I also know you play your grandfather in a show called Give them hell, Harry. I really need to see that. I know that's been canceled this year, but hopefully you'll be back on.

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Why Do Things Seem Scary In The Dark?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:43 min | 11 months ago

Why Do Things Seem Scary In The Dark?

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from from public radio. I'm the host of the show. Jane lindholm on this podcast. We take your questions about anything really anything and we find interesting. People help offer you some answers. Sometimes your questions are easily answered by someone with just the right knowledge. They are questions with fact based answers like why are some eggs brown and some white or green or blue. We've tackled that question and the answer is really interesting but sometimes your questions don't have precise answers. Sometimes there are many answers or none. Even sometimes we need to find people who can offer you advice or their opinion or maybe just a new perspective. That's the kind of question and topic we're tackling today. A lot of you have been sending us questions about something that makes you scared. My name is scout. i am eight years old. I live in air massachusetts. My question is why do you think seem more scary in the dark even though they are the same things you see when it's light by my name is logan from jericho vermont. I'm five years old and my question is why do people have fear of dark. Hi my name is the nineteen years old. They with celtic can't for me. Why am i the the see what i mean. That's a tricky thing to answer. So we're going to tackle this in two ways today later in the episode. We'll go for a hike in the dark with a wildlife biologist. To get a sense of the things you can learn from going out into the darkness and to answer non-scary questions about how animals see at night but first we thought we'd talk to someone who not only shared the fear of the dark that some of you have when he was a child but who has embraced fear and made writing scary books his job. I am dental hambur. I am best known for books that i write the name. Lemonade stick it specifically the thirteen volumes. A series of unfortunate events. You also wrote a block a really lovely picture book about a fear of the dark. I did yes. I think it's funds right picture books about things we might otherwise be afraid of. So i've written the picture book about words. My most recent picture book is about a swarm of bees and then there is the dark which is about being afraid of the dark. So let's tackle some of the questions that our listeners have for you here and about their own. Existential fear of the dark surly moneymatters. Truman and i live in bethlehem pennsylvania. My name is don need. I live in saint. John's barre vermont ever gopi and on to know why people are scared of the dark wires. Swim people afraid of the dark upgrade up to dr the question that everybody has why. Why are we afraid of the dark and i think the short answer is because the dark terrifying. Oh good thanks for putting us at for most of us are visual senses very important to us and when that visual senses take it away it can be extremely disorienting. And so if we're used to seeing something and measuring our way through the world physically and emotionally with the blessing of site which most of us are lucky enough to have in form or another it being taken away is very terrifying and also it allows the brain wander and then your brain wanders to things that might not otherwise occur to you so if you're walking through your house in the daytime you think to yourself. I wonder if someone has somehow let an alligator in that has underneath the sofa and it's waiting to get to get me you would never think high noon but in the middle of the night. If you wake up you need a glass of water or the opposite. The first thing that will occur to you as i'm wondering what horrible beast has somehow very silently gotten its way into my otherwise harmless home that example sprang to mind awfully quickly. Maybe you have had similar fears yourself. Of course yes. I have a creaky wooden floor. Near where i sleep and when i walk on it in the middle of the night i can assume that the creeks are covering up the talons or the smacking of lips or something else that some terrible creature is Is grateful for the camouflage.

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Chuck Yeager, first pilot to break sound barrier, has died at age 97

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:36 min | 11 months ago

Chuck Yeager, first pilot to break sound barrier, has died at age 97

"We're talking about sam sheppard because the former. Us air force officer died yesterday at the age of ninety seven talking about chuck yeager on october fourteenth nineteen forty seven yeager became the first pilot to break the speed of sound as he flew the experimental bell x one rocket plane over morocco. Dry lake in california. He said the ride was nice. Just like riding fast in a car. The pilot later commanded fighter squadrons in germany and south east asia during the vietnam war and was promoted to brigadier general in nineteen sixty nine. Yeager was awarded the silver star the distinguished flying cross the bronze star the air medal and the purple heart president harry. Truman awarded him. The collier air trophy in december of nineteen forty eight for his breaking the sound barrier he also yeager received the presidential medal of freedom in one thousand nine hundred eighty five wants reflecting on his life accomplishments. Yeager said quote. I was just lucky kid who caught the right ride. Incredible life joe. Before he broke the sound barrier he was a fighter pilot in world war. Two joined out of high school grew up in west. Virginia flew missions over western. Europe was shot down in. France escaped with help from the french resistance into spain. Truly truly an extraordinary almost cinematic life that he lived and just an extraordinary life. If you haven't seen the right stuff the movie take some time out and watch. Leave it or not. I have just an extraordinary story about an extraordinary

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Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:36 min | 11 months ago

Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon

"Corn and cobb horn and cobb fire up the google earth. This are some prodigious birds there the pair of bull basbug balls doing it out for a thanksgiving pardon from president trump making their grand debut at a swanky washington dc. Monday wasn't the presidential suite. But i'll tell you what it's Quite the swanky digs broad breasted white turkeys from iowa were introduced at the willard intercontinental hotel. That's where they're staying ahead of todays pardoning ceremony at the white house rose garden voting now open for all of us to pick who will get plucked for the pardon and be named the official national thanksgiving turkeys now. Both birds were born on june second but corn is a little chunky chunkier actually weighing in at forty two pounds to cobb swell measly. Forty one pounds as i said. These are some big birds and according to one report that i pulled. Let's see this is a piece by tomorrow lapping now. The new york post differences don't end there. Cobb has a knack for solving puzzles munch on soybeans. Oh and also wants to tour. Dc monuments while porn is a college football fan and budding storm chaser. Who one day hopes to visit the iowa. State fair okay. The foul fortunate enough to receive the pardon will be announced at today's ceremony. Though neither will be on the dinner table for thanksgiving. Both birds will be shipped off to retirement at the iowa state. University's the animal science department. After the event now just acacia keeping track. The presentation of turkey to the white house began in nineteen forty seven. This is when president harry. Truman was in office. But it wasn't until nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine that the of pardoning the birds actually began with the proclamation signed by president. George h w bush now there have been some speculation over whether the tradition would continue on this year amid the pandemic but the event will proceed though with a smaller impersonal audience and social distancing measures this of course as a result of these spread the surge of a covid nineteen corncob do pointing out for print president. Trump's pardon

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"truman" Discussed on The Off-Season Podcast

The Off-Season Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"truman" Discussed on The Off-Season Podcast

"I've got deep into what i want to say. And also that the videos from china's lechner right one the doesn't it essentially the same but in a battery so i would highly encourage you to check them out. I link in the description. If you have something great to add on yordan please edit that right into the description as well everybody to watch appraisal Has one of the craziest trivia associated with the most overdue confined Db but this one. I just had to tell you. The movie lead people to actually believe that they were being filmed all the time of part of this huge tv. Show a new york times article in two thousand eight sat psychologist and many people like doctors reported that denver patients who are suffering from what they called the truman syndrome. Or the truman. Show delusion on september grady taurine and ohio student who suffered for human short illusion was documented in the new yorker magazine's article unreality star. That's pretty spooky to be honest because that's the first question that might pop in your head afterwards and imagine it goes this for again. I mentioned all these articles in the description you bigelow. Let's see how this movie's richard across all sites so i am. Dvd cert- eight point one out of ten fantastic appropriately rated and movies like this one seldom get raided the swelling imdb sorts to see that. Because you know an element of sci-fi drama people don't really wipe sir often gets bashed but he'd foreign ones of anybody's solar creating so the mecca scored by Metacritic is ninety by hundred again outstanding. No complaints whatsoever roger Reached this full for start. Which kind of caesar dealer at this point. It's essentially an indication that you should watch it. I tend to oversee movies often. I think many my friends have told me. And i blame it on a lot of excitement complemented with somebody since he bias. So but reynolds w that watch this one. I don't think it's an overson. You could easily watch over netflix. In india rented you or universal you get your movies from but this is a definite watch and conclusion. The truman show is not a movie or show. It's an expedience that puts you to a slight show emotions strong enough to change perspective on many things you see so. That's from saturday. If you have. Any suggestions are displeased. Dnb on men. Saddam diversity. So i want to leave you with this good morning and if we don't meet for awhile again good afternoon good evening and good night. This is the dan city and keep tuning in the offseason barcus..

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Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

"The highest paid earner on Youtube is not old enough to get a driver's license. In fact, he's nine his name is Ryan. His channel May twenty, six, million dollars last year and fact two of the top three global earners on Youtube are under ten years old. The third highest earner is a six year old Russian girl who brought in eighteen million dollars recently, lawmakers in France passed a bill that contained similar labor protections for child social, media stars as for child actors models while protecting kids is a laudable thing to do. It feels A. Bit Strange calling this new law a win several months ago in a breakpoint commentary, we discussed teenage pop music, Star Name Billy Irish who swept the two thousand twenty grammy awards are concerns about how island had been exploited to make money apply here too when childhoods are directed toward building media, empires, Young Youtube Stars in elementary age social media influencers earn money by broadcasting their lives online and then charging money for ad placements. All of this enabled, of course, by their parents and our society and especially weird but largely unquestioned societal norm is revealed in. All of this, our culture idolizes the concept of agency justifying almost anything by the capacity to act according to One's granted wishes all of our postmodern moral claims about sexuality hinge on agency. If an encounter was consensual, it was okay. If a baby is wanted, then it's really baby if a couple wants to stay married, they should if they don't, they shouldn't no other questions to be asked however does anyone actually believed that a six year old girl who thinks she's just playing at the park with her dad but his actually being broadcast and millions. Of Subscribers Online has agency isn't even possible for her to understand realize that she's the star of kindergarten version of the Truman show of course, not kids have no concept of the dangers that kind of publicity not to mention that kind of money can pose for her personal and relational wellbeing. In fact, we only need check in on Corey Feldman or Britney Spears to see just what should be obvious that people meant to protect. THEM AREN'T French lawmakers concerned about how hard they work as noble was at intention may be the people meant to protect. Children are their parents. Still the problem created here is two pronged on the other side of the camera. That's pointed directly in the faces of celebrity kids are other kids who are obsessively consuming their content and are sold on a wrong idea of what life is ultimately all about even more new netflix documentary reveals just how much the success of social media companies hinges on our loss of agency and the social dilemma. A handful of Silicon Valley engineers and former social media executives describe how successfully algorithms keep users on their sites for as long as. Possible the five videos that pop up in the up next column on Youtube are generated by an algorithm built by people who are trained in human psychology and determine what will interest you. The next video then plays automatically after intending to watch just one, we end up watching dozens and algorithms custom sell videos. Artificial intelligence can even create them writing in medium. John. Bridled scribes the infiltration of bought created videos for children on Youtube botts determine what videos kids are watching, and then create mashups of images, songs, and Buzzword Hashtags in order to keep them. Watching and no amount of gatekeepers or regulators can keep out those with nefarious intent including those who create videos of lovable cartoon characters doing horrifying things the new. York Times covered this dangerous phenomenon a few years ago in a peace with this headline on Youtube kids startling video slipped past filters. One tampered with video featured kids, cartoon character, pepe pig being literally tortured by her dentist. It showed up on Youtube S- front page when users type in just a few basic search terms thankfully youtube caught it and eventually removed it look at the very least. Parents must diligently monitor what their kids are watching online. However, we must diligently push back on those parts of our digital culture that are now going largely unquestioned cultures most powerful, not where it is the loudest. But in what it normalizes screen time worldview messages, the inept concept of consent and yes child celebrity isn't children bear the image of God they exist because he loves them not so that they could fulfill the

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Free speech and the struggle against misinformation ahead of 2020 election

Fresh Air

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Free speech and the struggle against misinformation ahead of 2020 election

"Last week, The New York Post published a potentially damaging story about Hunter Biden, son of the Democratic presidential nominee. Based on emails, The Post said, were provided by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and originally harvested from a laptop computer left in a Delaware repair shop. There were enough questions about the authenticity of the emails that most mainstream media declined to publish the story, but it's the kind of content that Khun spread like wildfire on Social media. In a remarkable move Twitter on Wednesday Band users from sharing links to the story because it said the emails may have been hacked and contained private information. It reversed course two days later after Republicans accused Twitter of censorship. But the episode illustrates a question our guest, Emily Bazelon, has been thinking about in an age when questionable, Perhaps even fabricated content can sweep through the digital world unchecked. Does our traditional commitment to unfettered free speech still serve democracy. And the cover story for this week's New York Times Magazine, Basil on surveys the impact that lies and conspiracy theories sometimes promoted by foreign actors can have on our political discourse. And she explores how other countries think differently about free speech and its relationship to a healthy democracy. Emily Bazelon is a graduate of the Yale Law School and a journalist. She's a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine and the Truman Capote fellow for Creative Writing at Yale Law School. She's also the author of two books. She joins us from her home in New Haven, Connecticut. Emily Bazelon welcome back to fresh air. Thanks so much for having me you open your piece with a story that began making the rounds some months back, among right wing voices on the Internet that there was a plan by the forces of Joe Biden to stage a coup to take over the government in connection with the November election. First of all, what was the basis of this claim? Great. So this is ahh concocted claim and the sort of colonel at the center of it was a project called the Transition Integrity Project, a group of about 100 academics and journalists and pollsters and former government officials and former campaign the staff staffers. They started meeting over the summer to kind of game out various scenarios for the November election, and so they were basically testing American democracy in the event that President Trump wins in the event that vice President Biden winds To see in various scenario is what could happen. And in the event, there's a contestant result in a long, nasty count. Yes, exactly especially in the event if there's a contestant result in litigation and other possibilities, and so in one of their several scenarios, Biden wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral College. And so in that hypothetical case they imagined the Democrats would get desperate. And they might consider encouraging California and the Pacific Northwest to threaten to secede in exchange for pressuring Republicans to expand the size of the Senate. So Rosa Brooks, who was one of the organizers of this project, She's a law professor at Georgetown. She published an essay where she mentioned this threat to succeed in one sentence in an essay in The Washington Post. On the next day, you see someone named Michael Anton's, a former national security adviser to President Trump. He has an article called The Coming CU Question. Mark and based on Rosa Brooks is characterization of what the transition integrity project was doing. He starts saying that Democrats are laying the groundwork for a revolution and then you see that article take off in extremist online communities. There is AH podcast maker named Dan Bongino, who's a big trump supporter. He makes videos about it. One of them has the tag. They are telling you what they are going to do exclamation point his videos pull in millions of views. Then you see the story. My great toe, a right wing website called Revolver News Revolver. News starts to spin up the idea that Norm Eisen, who participated in the transition Integrity project and is a longtime Democratic lawyer in Washington. That he's at the center of this supposed coup. And from there, Tucker Carlson feature someone talking about this concocted made up story on his show. And then you see it just go viral on social media and get picked up by lots of groups, including, like a county Republican organization in Oregon, So it is Perfect kind of story because it pulls in both traditional media in the form of Fox and also social media. And then you see President Trump get involved. He tweets in praise of Revolver news, and then he tweets quote the November 3rd election result may never be accurately determined, which is what some want. And that's a kind of typical dark, slightly vague, foreboding kind of warning from President Trump that further perpetuates this coup narrative. And then Trump later retreat. Someone talking about a coup with regard to Nancy Pelosi. So you see from this hypothetical project that was really meant to be a kind of academic exercise about the election. This whole sat of conspiracy theories on the right that get a lot of play in the media on social media, and then from the president

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"truman" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

Bourbon on the Cheap

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"truman" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

"The article included the section on the then Administration now President Truman does not settle momentous controversies on the basis of a teetotaler versus tipler, but anyone who knows him is aware that there is quite likely to be a stronger bond between him and a southern gentleman who likes a hooker of red and then between him and an arid low one. It should come as no surprise of both sides of Truman's family came from America's most famous whisky producing state, Kentucky, but despite his lineage. He seemed to keep his appreciation for the spirit and his foreign policy separate. He shut down the nation's distilleries for 60 days in nineteen forty-seven to preserve grain, which was sent overseas to help hungry Europeans. The move was particularly touched of America distiller, since they were just getting started after World War Two when most of them have been producing High proof alcohol for use and rubber explosives the antifreeze for the Armed Forces. It was a rough. For drinks with stocks of straight whiskey running low. Ultimately Truman's fondness for bourbon. Not only broaden his appeal but helped him defeat his much-heralded opponent Republican Thomas Dolby Truman's campaign. According to David McCullough's Pulitzer prize-winning biography Truman ran on a diet of bourbon and poker while Dewey staff and the company press favored the more rarefied, off of martinis in a bridge. The presents liquor preference was no chiefs election season publicity stunt. The straight-talking mid Westerner was an unabashed whiskey fan for years being most days with a gram of old grand-dad or Wild Turkey Bourbon and a power walk off. The regimen according to piccola's book was perhaps responsible for his good health that lasted well into his late sixties bourbon could also melt the awkwardness or the awkward formalities of the features Washington after losing a tough fight at the Supreme Court went even his own appointees declared his attempt to temporarily nationalize the steel industry unconstitutional trim and found himself invited to an Old Alexandria home for a cocktail party with Supreme Court Justices William O, black and Hugo, excuse me, William O Douglas and Hugo black as McCullough recounted in Trumansburg it the start of the evening Truman. So polite seemed a bit testy remembered William O Douglas, but after the bourbon and canopies were passed he turned to age. Go and said he go. I don't care much for your law. But by golly this bourbon is good later in life. Truman's physician a constructed him to imbibe. The doctor says he should drink that is good for him. It's relaxing for him and that it's particularly good for people who are older and having hardening of the arteries or restricted circulation and so forth and his son-in-law he clipped and Daniel a 1972 energy did you said so he is not only permitted to offer but encouraged to drink but of course not too much besides this morning constitutional trim and usually enjoyed his whiskey with water or a ginger ale but nowhere near the excess one might.

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"truman" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

Bourbon on the Cheap

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"truman" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

"Harry S. Truman was a famously non. Picky eater her is official library and Museum website. He was quoted as saying never noticed. What's put before me learning to eat? What could be obtained in like it my outfit when a man kicked about the food he was given a chance to improve it that soon cured the kicker's and they took what was put before them in liked it the bathroom and made not have protested too much about what was on his table the dishes and drinks that did show up on the White House menu had to be cooked afford to the first families exacting standards, but there was one known drink that the president favored and it was none other than bourbon more on President Truman and his love for bourbon after a message from our sponsor. Whiskey.

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"truman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"truman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Twenty five twenty eight without self control command without self control is like a city for open into without walls Truman said and reading the lives of great men and I found that the first victory there one was over themselves self discipline with all of them came first there's no discipline else of this one folks as a truth of trouble saving for losing weight I have trouble dot dot self discipline self control it's kind of like you know I hear the money is a site for the call adultery yeah adult in growing up one definition maturity is learning to delay the first battle is self control personal finances eighty percent behavior it's only twenty percent had knowledge the problem with my money is the guy I shave with if I can get that gotta behave he can be skinny and rich we know what to do we just don't do it your listeners showing you know what to do use the show to hear other people that know what to do but are doing it for other people that know what to do and did it and they're inspiring you too that self control elf discipline you should never say to.

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"truman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"truman" Discussed on 600 WREC

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