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Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This Bloomberg business flashed a European and U. S. equity futures in the red this morning coronavirus cases and the death toll continuing to rise globally and that's weighing on investors that are now looking polished they still miss packages we get sick from governments in recent days it follows a down day in Asian trading what Japanese equities led declines the Nikkei closing down four and a half percent still trading the hang Seng is down six tenths of a percent in similarly so for Chinese equities in Shanghai now the delays we could put that day in a row the Bloomberg dollar spot index down one tenth of a percent the end meanwhile beat up six tenths of percent a hundred and ten point five against the greenback if we take a look at standing it's a bit weaker today at one eight seed bearing in mind that cable is very near multi decade lows so currently down one tenth of a percent the euro however gaining up three tenths at one nine commodity currencies already feeling the brunt of losses today always in kiwi dollars both we could all be down four tenths of a percent at the moment over in government bonds we are seeing the game today fresh haven flows really pushing yields even lower with the ten year treasury yield down six basis points eighty basis points ten year bond yield opening down as well now at negative twenty eight ten year BTP yields also sleeping six basis points now to one forty eight income already markets oil is slipping off to three days of gains WTI now below twenty four dollars a barrel sliding three percent gold also retracing currently at one thousand six hundred and one dollars a Troy ounce that's a pretty big business blasting his grandparents with more on what's going on around the world Sandra thank you China's restarting transport services and he paid the province with a grain of virus was first reported Brandon break thanks all coming back a day after the government announced the lifting of the lockdown you know but the epicenter city Wuhan which must wait two more weeks long distance buses all back on the roads taking migrant workers to their jobs north Korean officials are seeking help from international contacts to increase coronavirus testing according to the Financial Times reported by China Russia and South Korea which has been among the hardest hit North Korea claims it has new cases of the virus in January leader Kim Jong moon boot has already only selected country to a near standstill by sealing the borders to indeed stop the spread and over in the US McDonald's will temporarily take off some items from its menu in an effort to simplify its operations and with the corona virus outbreak that's according to Reuters however the report didn't say which items would be removed from menus label needs twenty four hours a day on it and a quick take on Bloomberg now it's by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol the one hundred and twenty countries I'm Dan Karen's this is Bloomberg Caroline thank you so much that goes with the world news now I want to talk about stock markets this morning so it features a pointing lower today but following a couple of days of gains investors basically have begun to hunt for bargains to that end value says in a posting that best run of the century from all this which IP Baghdadi burger we get to speak to you to perhaps a surprise given that the U. S. stock six hundred has dropped a whopping thirty eight percent but will it have value stocks in particular being doing and why is it important a value stock they've actually been around for the past five days and this is based on a basket of a long short very pure value exposure our value these are stocks that trade with cheap discount are they generally have been pretty needed by the market they're very risky stocks but in this case they started the rally before the two day rally we saw from the stock market anyone who looks at these factor strategies at the beach for risk sentiment it's a really positive development because in order for the very cheap stocks to do well there needs to be some sort of economic growth there has to be something there that allows their earnings outperformed so according to seven investment management who invest in this type of strategy they think this is a positive because it means that investors are looking beyond the current short term and in the future when the stimulus from the US and other countries it's finally starting to pay off one thing though to keep in mind it could just be a dead cow back dead cat bounce we do see this during bear markets for you to get a mean reversion for a couple days and goes back the warning warning today look out for value crap but we just take the snapshot of the past five days it certainly is a welcome development for market for ten counts in Baz abound at the moment but I mean what about people's ability to pick stocks in the sort of environment well even if the idea that their value talking about it for five days and they could fall again and they were down massively before I mean it just shows you how difficult this environment is to get things right and we and unfortunately for the active managers to build equity stock pickers they haven't been able to keep up with the benchmark so bursting researchers they said that European manager think down the worst they've underperformed the benchmark three point three percent since the end of February we have a lot of exposure to dividend yielding stocks which didn't do very well US managers been politely better down one point three percent versus the benchmark but of course that still works the benchmark and a lot of these active managers had argued we need to see a downturn one will outperform the passengers asking will show our words well unfortunately again for them haven't happened in investors are voting with their feet they continue to put money into passive equity funds as they pour money from these active managers during the downturn so then why do you think it is because of the the argument is familiar isn't it why do you think it is so difficult for active managers right now to out before I mean surely must have to do with just the volatility and the the all out not because the global economy certainly I mean but in one hand I talked to a lot of active managers when there was no volatility were saying to me I can't wait until their volatility I'll make my money that's when I can find undervalued asset that will outperform but the issue at the moment is that correlation in stock is very high in other words Dr all moving the same so you can't really sort through the market when everything is moving in exactly the same direction so that's certainly one issue another asset manager but I was sort of pressing him saying okay are you gonna outperform what's happening here his argument with saying that it's on the way up active managers well actually outperform because again they're bargain hunting to find the good deals at the bottom and when we found that when those who want me to be kicking the can down the road a little bit we'll see what happens all right thanks very much of a big study book of that so he about the ways in which stocks are moving at the moment and that coming up on Bloomberg daybreak Europe decision day for the bank of England but offered virgin see rate cuts in the barrel G. 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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The wheels are in motion now in a massive stimulus package to offset the fallout from covert nineteen could be big is going to be bold in the level again of enthusiasm to get something done I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like it president trump is pushing for more than a trillion dollars in spending to blunt the economic fallout from the virus we're told the president say to receiving alarming information on the impact in one case a White House official tells us data from credit card companies show purchases falling off a cliff and then as treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin moving fast to stem the fallout we are shutting down parts of this economy and we're gonna use all the tools we have as I've said and what tools we don't have we're going back to Congress the new Gen warns that without big stimulus the U. S. unemployment rate could climb to twenty percent so is pushing a plan to send payments of a thousand dollars directly to Americans we're looking at sending checks to Americans immediately and what we've heard from hard working Americans many companies have now shut down whether it's bars or restaurants Americans need cash now and the president wants to get cash now and I mean now in the next two weeks Mnuchin wants payment sent out by the end of April followed by another set of checks in four weeks time if they're still a national emergency investors applauded the move the S. and P. five hundred finished the day up six percent but now U. S. futures are lower again and volatility shows no sign of slowing but there is an end in sight according to Barry Sternlicht CEO of Starwood capital I'm pretty optimistic that this long slide to oblivion that people are looking at is going to be shorter and we have to like hold together and act as one and we're gonna be fine but it's going to be painful is World War three for ninety days traders appear to be testing exactly where fundamental valuations should be as volatility remains sky high right now the Vicks is at seventy nine point nine in Europe stoxx are posting another round of losses after yesterday's modest gains for the very latest we bring in Bloomberg view and pasta live from London good morning you one good morning Karen they sent a CD of rage on trade as Bloomberg screens here in Europe every major stock market trading lower with the self worsening in the last hour among the worst performing sectors miners and construction company the studies under currently down three point six percent and as governments attempt to counter the effects of the court of ours a possible opening of the tool to join to debt issuance across the European Union Germany's under Merkel not ruling out the proposal life in London I'm you import spinning back they break you in thank you meantime in Asia an early rally fizzled overnight as sentiment turned sour here with details as Bloomberg's Juliette Sally in our Singapore bureau good morning Julia good morning Nathan the topics in Japan because virtually unchanged while the Nikkei was down one point seven percent after earlier rising more than four percent in Australia the S. X. two hundred fell six point four percent of the Aussie fell below sixty cents for the first time in seventeen years in Seoul the KOSPI closed at a ten year low at fifteen hundred ninety he won points while Hong Kong stocks was sold off in late trade amid reports of further travel restrictions there and the head of Tencent's earnings China's CSI three hundred close down two percent Kobe Asian equities notch up a six session of losses to remain at four year lows in Singapore I'm Julie at Sawley Bloomberg daybreak originally at thank you back here in the U. S. the impact from the outbreak is being felt everywhere we have Bloomberg team coverage on the fallout now beginning in New York with Bloomberg's Jeff Ballenger the largest mass transit provider in the country is asking the federal government for four billion dollars in aid new York's MTA says the corona virus has decimated revenue in New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is asking the White House for funds to expand hospital capacity he says the state's two thousand intensive care beds are a fraction of what is needed and could lead to hospitals denying life saving care to patients I'm Jeff Bollinger in New York now here's Martin di Caro from our Bloomberg ninety nine one news room in Washington the White House is ordering federal employees to limit personal contact though some exceptions may be made for law enforcement and criminal justice workers the government plans to maximize the use of telework saying non mission critical services should be scaled back meantime west Virginia's reported its first case of the virus this confirms the infection spread to all fifty states hi Martin to Carol in Washington now here's Greg Jarrett from our Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco this city is mostly a ghost town while many in here to the shelter in place some still scoff but they're in the minority in Washington a couple in their eighties were the first to die in Clark County just north of Portland Oregon they're now fifty people have died from the coronavirus in Washington authorities in Multnomah county which encompasses most of Portland have announced they will be opening hundreds of new shelter beds in public buildings throughout the city to try and stem the spread of the corona virus in the homeless community in San Francisco I'm Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg daybreak all right great thank you and S. and P. futures are down ninety two points this morning Dow futures down eight hundred twenty one on the nasdaq futures down three hundred twenty eight ten year treasury down twenty four thirty seconds the yield one point one five percent yield on the two year point four seven percent and straight ahead we have the latest world and national news Sam this is Bloomberg.

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Amanpour

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Amanpour

"And that's what makes it so urgent and we sat down in New York to talk about her campaign. Every mother counts Christy Turlington Burns. Welcome to of the program. We have just seen a really dramatic piece in my introduction to you of a very intimate scene in which you are in distress in labor. You've just given birth to your child and then it gets very dangerous. Few 'cause you hemorrhage. Remind us of what happened. When you give birth to your daughter grace yes so after very very good pregnancy complications at all lots of birth options a great team taking care of me and a supportive partner. the unexpected unexpected happened. I delivered grace. I didn't know that she was going to be a girl. So the most exciting thing was that I was meeting my daughter for the first time and then after we're having a you know a few minutes really bonding with her. She latched onto breastfeed. Everything was going well as it should be and I was you know sort of euphoric. I can feel the the feeling in the room just changed the nurses and the midwife got a little bit nervous and what I later learned was that after a certain period of time when the Placenta doesn't expel it becomes quite toxic inside the body and so so it needed to be extracted attracted and because I had an unmedicated natural delivery that meant without any pain medication or anything like that what about it talk to your activism because you could have thought well you know it was my bad luck. You know it took a little while to process. I would say the I think in those first few days as I was sharing my story where people would come to visit me or and I would talk about it and I learned that other people had a similar kind of complication or other complications that I was not aware of in my pregnancy but then I don't know year or so later when I was pregnant with my son I was able to travel to El Salvador which is where my mom was born and where I spent some in time in my youth and visiting an NGO and some programs there. That's where I had the Aha moment is about six months pregnant and my mother's country and on we're in very poor communities hours away from the capital city and in one particular site visit where we were visiting a water project a lot of women had come either with small children on their backs or pregnant and that's where I kind of put my feet in their shoes and I thought had I had the delivery with my daughter in this community where women had to walk miles to get to clean water where all of the homes were ten rude where there was no electricity with the roads were paved saved and where you're two hours away from a hospital. I learned that a woman could bleed out with the same complication I had if you don't get to that emergency obstetric care with into two hours maybe sooner and I was stunned to learn. I assume you were that in terms of maternal mortality the US is the only Western country where this is is rising exactly so in two thousand three when I delivered my daughter the global estimate was five hundred and thirty thousand girls and women were estimated to die every year and those numbers hadn't budged conduct decades it was only when I was travelling in El Salvador that I learned where the US was and I was shocked to learn that the US was ranked forty first at that time ah I learned also that really of all the developed countries in the world we are doing the worst we're one of thirteen countries with a rising maternal mortality rate and that was completely clearly shocking and I learned a New York that were also really poorly ranked in fact New York City African American women are twelve times more likely to die than Caucasian women and that's three or four times more than the national average which is shocking. Why is this happening here in the United States. What is it that makes this this this figure keep rising. It's interesting because the US is complex for many reasons it could be fifty countries versus fifty states when I was going through the exploration of figuring out how I would be a good advocate. I went back to school to work in a masters in Public Health at Columbia and then I started a documentary film and that film No woman no cry was really Kinda thesis in a way of my exploring lower the barriers and challenges in a number of countries and the US was part of that exploration process. There are a number of reasons why we're doing so poorly for one we have a lot of chronic health conditions that are on the rise such as diabetes and obesity that impacts the outcomes of pregnancy not only for babies but for mother's there's also racial disparities that are have been a problem for for a very long time but now we're really focusing on what's driving that and what we're learning from talking to women and hearing more stories from women women who experience near-misses which is very very common if women don't die there twenty to thirty others who will suffer lifelong disabilities related to childbirth and pregnancy and we're hearing from women that they're not listened to or their disregarded in hospitals. The stats are a crazy. Some doctors can enter the specialty of maternal fetal medicine even complete training without spending any time in the Labor delivery unit. I mean it's extraordinary. Serena Williams obviously a major star who had her first baby girl a nearly died in that process she also wrote about it and focused on what you're talking about. which was the racial disparity? What can be done about? What does your organization do well. We've been really trying to educate the public about about this as an issue generally at the local level at the national level at the international level but we've also tried to really invest in healthcare providers mid level providers not every pregnancy requires a physician. We partner with a lot of community led organizations. It's very important for women who are most vulnerable to see themselves and the providers that that provide care for them and so it's really important for them to be getting care pre. Nataly as well as throughout their pregnancies and postpartum. We try to educate people about family planning and family spacing which is controversial all but it is the most effective way to keep the mother safe. I'm throughout the rest of it must be gratifying to you to see and I think it's for the first time that all the major Democratic presidential candidates are putting this issue pretty heavily on their agenda. Are You satisfied satisfied with the way the Democratic candidates are pledging to combat this. I an I mean ten years ago. When I started every mother counts there were a few bills that were introduced. I and they just passed at the end of twenty eight ten years and years. I spent an early part of this year actually in May around Mother's Day on the hill talking to members on both sides and a lot of them had the attitude of what we pass these other two things. Why do we need war and if there are Democrats introducing these bills we you don't WanNa be on their side so we can't possibly so that's frustrating the way that it works at the government level you film and You you talked about no woman. No Oh cry and their scenes from other parts of the world where you were investigating this and we're going to play a clip and this one's from Tanzania and it's all about a woman in distress trying to get get to somewhere safe a hospital to have her baby. We're not turtle. Laurent Bio one idea particularly Wendy do neither did I but certain Janet's Labor is not progressing and the threat of death for both baby and mother is palpable with no money to pay for food food or transport the nurses ask us to help. We arranged for a van to take Janet the nearest hospital an hour away did did that shock you that you actually had to intervene. There was nobody else but your team to actually pay for vehicle to take this woman to somewhere safe clinic to have her baby. I mean I think if we hadn't been there. Probably the nurses would have come together and found some way to pull together funds and they do do that from time to time. It's very I mean I'm not a traditional filmmaker and that was my first film but we did break the fourth wall because the last thing that I wanted to do was sit hit by it watched if we could help at that time I really hadn't taken in that even a hospital. That's forty five kilometers.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Wall Street. Good morning. I'm Nathan Hager. And I'm Karen Moskow where just about three hours away from the opening of US trading. Let's get you up to date on the news. You need to know at this hour. US futures are leading losses around the world is the trade war between Washington and Beijing escalates. Chinese state media are blaming the US for a lack of progress in trade negotiation, Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Bryan Curtis has more from Hong Kong investors away, China's retaliation to hire you as terrorists. But so far no response. The people's daily said the US bears full responsibility because it says the US went back on its word imposed tariffs. Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley cutting their forecasts on the Chinese currency and ASEAN Bank saying no deal between the US and China is now it's base case Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak. Brian. Thank you doubt. Futures are done about three hundred points this morning. China's you want is trading near a three month low. Crude oil is rising amid more tensions in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia says two of its world tankers were attacked while sailing toward the Persian Gulf checking prices now west Texas Intermediate's up one point four percent or eighty seven cents sixty two dollars fifty four cents a barrel. While Brent the international trademark is up. One point seven percent at seventy one dollars seventy nine cents. Investors will be watching the second day of trading for Uber following its flop. We get more live from Bloomberg's John Tucker there. Here's Karen Uber losing ground again down two and a half percent of the pre market Hoover debuted at forty two dollars a share on Friday, well below the IPO price of forty five dollars. It closed at forty one fifty seven that gives it a market cap. Of just sixty nine point seven billion dollars. Investors are questioning the path to profitability movers losses last year. Total three billion dollars on an operating basis. But the company says the most important staff to look at bookings John Tucker, Bloomberg daybreak John. Thank you the bitcoin. Reserve continues this morning. The crypto currency is above seven thousand dollars trading at the highest level since September. It's a busy week for fedspeak errors fed. Vice chairman, Richard Clarita, Boston fed president Eric Rosengren and New York fan president John Williams are among those speaking at a Vince this week and in London Theresa May's government is due to resume talks on Brexit deal with the main opposition labor party this week. And right now futures are lower SNP futures are down thirty six points. Dow futures down three hundred two NASDAQ futures down one hundred twenty eight ten year treasury up thirteen thirty seconds yield two point four two percent. And the yield on the two year is at two point two one percent. Nymex crude oil again up one and a third percent. Comex gold then a quarter percent or down three dollars ten cents at twelve eighty four thirty announced and straight ahead. We have the latest world and national news. And this is Bloomberg. Thank you. Karen? It's six thirty three on Wall Street and Michael Barr has more on what's going on around the.

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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Markets coming up we're going to talk about the partial government shutdown. What are the worst case scenario is that some people are envisioning as this drags out? Plus a look at markets right now looking a little positive can potentially last right now, though, let's head over to Greg Jarrett for some details about those markets. What are you looking? At least you were getting word from the EIA. The crude oil inventories fell two point six eight million barrels again, that's according to the b s and p's up for day. Number two is quarterly reports from Goldman Sachs and Bank of America lift Bank, share's well, United continental holdings surged after the airline's, earnings blue pads. Expectations the pound advances against the dollar before a vote on the UK's government. Jane Foley, at rubbing tells Bloomberg investors and the companies in which they invest may hope for the best but have to plan for the worst. With regard to Brexit outcomes. A real business if you are thinking about workers or factories or exporting an incapacity, you still need to go with the facts and the facts as they stand right now is that the UK is uncalled for hard Brexit in in March. And that is something that if you wanna business you're going to have to plan for we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio S and P five hundred is up three tenths percent of nine. The Dow's up one half of one percent of one hundred thirty the NASDAQ is up four tenths percent of twenty eight ten years down four thirty seconds with the yield of two point seven percent. West Texas intermediate crude is little changed our fifty two fourteen barrel while COMEX gold's up four tenths of a percent at twelve ninety four even announced the dollar yen one. Oh, eight seventy nine. Euro dollar fourteen or one of the British pound the dollar twenty eight seventy three sentiment. Among US homebuilders is up to the first time in three months a bit of declining borrowing costs assigned at housing may stabilize in the year ahead, even as the industry remains in a broad slowdown. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz impulse. We need on Bloomberg radio. I think we're on day twenty six I'm not.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coming up is mergers and acquisitions and alternative to going public this year. We will find out, plus we'll take a look at U S China trade talks as they continue right now though, let's head over to Greg Jarrett freight, Bloomberg business flash, Greg. Lisa west Texas intermediate just punch through fifty one dollars a barrel. But y perhaps it's the report that just came out from the the crude oil inventories fell one point six eight million barrels that just came across the Bloomberg terminal stature up across the world after the US and China concluded three days of trade talks and appeared to be closer to agreement on a number of. Areas marquel? Market field, chairman CEO and portfolio manager tells Bloomberg he for one is optimistic a trade deal with China will be struck. And that is for a couple of reasons that China went onto polyps lost. It was tightening internally and then found itself in the middle of a trade dispute. They have been reversing tightening. I think that's gonna have some effect on consumer demand in in in two thousand nineteen. But I I think the Chinese do want to settle this trade dispute with the United States. And I think we all going to have some kind of the deal in place to score values down. Treasuries your steady as investors wait for the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's December meeting which may offer insight into the decision to raise rates and the pace of future hikes that happens at two o'clock this afternoon Wall Street time, we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day. Bloomberg radio the S and P five hundred up at ten percent of four. Dow's up a quarter of a percent up sixty three. The NASDAQ is up four tenths percent of twenty eight ten years. Up three, thirty seconds. The yield two point seven one percents west Texas intermediate crude once again, it's a two point two percent at fifty eight eighty six a barrel. Comex gold's up a half a percent ninety ten announce the end excuse me as one eight eighteen the euros a dollar fifteen twenty six and the British pound the dollar twenty seventy seventy five that's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg markets with Pimm FOX and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg radio. Broadcasting from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios. Our topic now is mergers and acquisitions with.

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WTVN

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on WTVN

"Address to the nation on. Securing the border, and these so-called government shutdown. We're told it's eight ten twelve minutes. I have no idea we shall see. I'm hoping and I'm believing that they will maximize the time you should be no, Harry and the Beavis and Butthead team of Schumer and Pelosi. We'll be giving a response. And I think they should be given five hours. I think that would be great. We're gonna take a little time on this issue again today. As I've been digging in researching. Because this change of position by the Democrats by the left by the media is really quite remarkable. They don't apologize for their past positions. They don't explain their past positions. They just flipped. From wanting to secure the border from wanting to protect American workers. To wanting an open border. And wanting to give citizenship to foreigners almost as soon as they hit our territory. This issue of immigration wasn't always a divisive issue. The Republicans haven't changed for the most part. The Democrats have changed for the most part, and they've been radicalized on this issue and really in the last decade or so. So what is caused this? Well, I decided let me go to a left wing guy who I'm no great fan of in any respect. Peter beinart who wrote? In the Atlantic a left wing magazine. A little over a year ago. How the Democrats lost their way on immigration? That's the title of his piece. And I said what the hell let me take three minutes and read it. Well, I read it and are parts of it that I want to share with you. Because this is what we're dealing with. And he points out a decade ago liberals publicly questioned immigration waves that would shock many progressives today. In two thousand five a left leaning blogger wrote illegal immigration wreaks havoc. Economically, socially, and culturally makes a mockery of the rule of law and is a disgrace. And is disgraceful. Just on basic fairness grounds alone in two thousand six a liberal columnist wrote that immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. And that the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants has also pretty clear his conclusion will need to reduce the inflow of low skill immigrants that same year a democratic Senator wrote when I see Mexican flags waved at pro immigration demonstrations. I sometimes feel a flush a patriotic resentment when I'm forced to use a translator to communicate with the guy fixing my car. I feel a certain frustration who said that that was Senator Barack Obama who was the blogger radical leftist Glenn Greenwald. Who was the columnists radical leftist, Paul Krugman? That's not that long ago. Folks a little over a decade ago. So beinart goes on prominent liberals didn't oppose immigration a decade ago. He says most acknowledged its benefits to America's economy and culture, they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented still they routinely asserted that low skilled emigrants depressed, the wages of low skilled American workers and strained America's welfare state, and they were far more likely than liberals today. Far more likely than liberals today. I do acknowledge that as Krugman put it immigration is an intensely painful topic because places basic principles in conflict. This incredible. Isn't it? He goes on today. Little of that ambivalence remains in two thousand eight he points to the Democratic Party platform. The Democratic Party platform. So I pulled up the Democratic Party platform. And it's quite remarkable. And I like the daily caller take on it. So let me move to that platform, then we'll get back to this article stay with me. This is all very important as we prepare for the president's speech. I look back into the democratic party's official twenty eight ten years ago there two thousand eight platform on immigration shows, just how far left its members have drifted in a decade under the immigration section of the democratic platform and twenty eight the document entitled renewing America's promise the Democratic National Committee criticizes the nation's quote, unquote, broken immigration system, pledging an August two thousand eight that quote, we cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected undocumented and unchecked. The harsh language in the document continues. Castigating those who quote, enter our country's borders illegally, and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, quote, the terms of enforcement, the policy suggestions MIR president Donald Trump's call for a wall covering part of the US Mexico border and an increase in the amount of customs and border protection agents, the platform reads, and I quote. We need to secure our borders and support additional personnel infrastructure and technology in the border and at our ports of entry. We need additional customs and border patrol agents equipped, but better technology and real time intelligence, we need to dismantle human smuggling organizations, combating the crime associated with this trade. The platform also seems to endorse e-verify department homeland security program that allows employers to check it potential employees of legal status to work in the US saying that the country needs quote to crack down on employers who hired undocumented immigrants unquote, and that quote employers need, a method verify whether their employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. This is the democrat platform of two thousand eight. In the thousand sixteen democratic platform. There is no mention of greater enforcement, and the tough is cut from the party's position on immigration enforcement, and even pledges an end to so-called raids further the party, no longer mentions any sort of structure in the border to deter unlawful entrance and even recommends giving illegal immigrants access to government healthcare. Coverage more on that in a minute. Now, I guess you, and I and the rest of the American people who do not belong to the radical left and the democrat party or the media, we should abandon all our principles all our common sense. All of our reasoning ability the way, these people have on the left and just knee jerk in their direction. We choose not to. We choose not. Let's go back to this beinart piece last year in the Atlantic. A decade or two ago says Jason firm and a former chairman of President Obama's council of economic advisers Democrats were divided on immigration now, everyone agrees and his passionate. And thanks very little about any potential downsides. Well, how can this be beinart asks? Well, I'm not gonna read the whole article, but I'll get to the gist of it. He says the larger explanation is political. Political. Not compassionate, not humane political. Between two thousand eight and twenty sixteen Democrats became more and more confident that the country's growing Tino population gave the party and electoral edge is a liberal Democrat to win the presidency Democrats convinced themselves they didn't need to reassure white people skeptical of immigration so long as they turned out there Latino base. So in other words. He may be doing this unwittingly. I'm sure he would tonight. It's the Democrats who are the racists. It's the Democrats through identity politics. We're pushing us in this position of open borders. It's the Democrats who are balkanization the country treating quote, unquote, white people one way Latinos another way, it's a disgrace. They goes on the fastest growing sector of the American electorate stampeded toward the Democrats this November salon declared after Obama's two thousand eight win if that pattern continues the GOP is doomed to forty years of wandering in a desert and that, ladies and gentlemen. Explains. Everything you need to know about why the Democrats they put party first country second and are absolutely prepared to eliminate national sovereignty. It's all about power has always been about power, acquiring it, maintaining it and keeping it forever. If possible. That's what they've turned our immigration policy into. As a field day for Democrats. It goes on. As the Democrats grew more reliant on Latinos votes. They were more influenced by pro immigrant, activism. While Obama was running for reelection immigrant's rights advocates launched protests against the administration's deportation practices, these protests culminated in June two thousand twelve in a sit in at an Obama campaign office in Denver ten days later, ten days later, the administration announced it would defer the deportation of illegal aliens who had arrived in the US before the age of sixteen met various other criteria. We call this DACA. Obama. The New York Times noted was facing growing pressure from Latino leaders and Democrats who warned that because of his harsh immigration enforcement. His support was lagging among Latinos who could be crucial voters in his race for reelection. This is a cynical scheme. But the Democrats have done to this country and immigration. Now, there's more to this to this beinart piece again, a liberal writing in a liberal outlet the Atlantic, and I want to get back to it because it's very very important. So stick with us. I'll be right back. Six ten WTVN. Every time.

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"That's not that long ago folks little over a decade ago. So beinart goes on prominent liberals didn't oppose immigration a decade ago. He says most acknowledged its benefits to America's economy and culture, they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented still they routinely asserted that low skilled emigrants depress the wages of low skilled American workers and strained America's welfare state, and they were far more likely than liberals today. Far more likely than liberals today. I do acknowledge that as Krugman put it immigration is an intensely painful topic because places basic principles in conflict. This incredible. Isn't it? Goes on today. Little of that ambivalence remains in two thousand eight he points to the Democratic Party platform. The Democratic Party platform. So I pulled up the Democratic Party platform. And it's quite remarkable. And I like the daily caller take on it. So let me move to that platform, then we'll get back to this article stay with me. This is all very important as we prepare for the president's speech. I look back into the democratic party's official twenty eight ten years ago there two thousand eight platform on immigration shows just how far left its members have drifted in a decade under the immigration section of the democratic platform. Twenty-eight the document entitled renewing America's promise the Democratic National Committee criticizes the nation's quote, unquote, broken immigration system, pledging in August, two thousand eight that quote, we cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected undocumented and unchecked. The harsh language in the document continues. Castigating those who quote, enter our country's borders illegally, and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, quote, the terms of enforcement the policy suggestions near president Donald Trump's call for a wall covering part of the US Mexico border and an increase in the amount of customs and border protection agents that platform reads, and I quote. We need to secure our borders and support additional personnel infrastructure, and technology and the border and at our ports of entry. We need additional customs and border patrol agents at quit, but better technology and real time intelligence, we need to dismantle humid smuggling organizations, combating crime associated with this trade. The platform also seems to endorse e-verify department homeland security program that allows employees to check it potential employees have legal status to work in the US saying that the country needs quote, K crack down on employers who hired undocumented immigrants unquote, and that quote employers need a method to verify whether their employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. This is the democrat platform of two thousand eight. In the two thousand sixteen democratic platform. There's no mention of greater enforcement, and the were tough is cut from the party's position on immigration enforcement, and even pledges an end to so-called raids further the party, no longer mentions any sort of structure on the border to deter unlawful entrance n even recommends giving illegal immigrants access to government healthcare. Coverage more on that in a minute. Now, I guess you, and I and the rest of the American people who do not belong to the radical left and the democrat party or the media, we should jennif-. Let abandon all our pencils. All our common sense. All of our reasoning ability the way, these people have on the left and just knee jerk in their direction. We choose not to. We choose not. Let's go back to this beinart piece last year in the Atlantic. A decade or two ago says Jason firm and a former chairman of President Obama's council of economic advisers Democrats were divided on immigration now, everyone agrees and his passionate. And thanks very little about any potential downsides. Well, how can this be beinart asks? Well, I'm not gonna read the whole article, but I'll get to the gist of it. He says the larger explanation is political. Political not compassionate nineteen.

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10:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Address to the nation on securing the border. And the so-called government shutdown. We're told it's eight ten twelve minutes. I have no idea we shall see. I'm hoping and I'm believing that they will maximize the time you should be in. No hurry, and the Beavis and Butthead team of Schumer and Pelosi. We'll be giving a response. And I think they should be given five hours. I think that would be great. We're going to take a little time on this issue again today. As I've been digging in researching. Because this change of position by the Democrats by the left by the media is really quite remarkable. They don't apologize for their past positions. They don't explain their past positions. They just flipped. From wanting to secure the border from wanting to protect American workers. To wanting an open border. And wanting to give citizenship to foreigners almost as soon as they hit our territory. This issue of immigration wasn't always a divisive issue. The Republicans haven't changed for the most part. The Democrats have changed for the most part, and they've been radicalized on this issue and really in the last decade or so. So what has caused this? Well, I decided let me go to a left wing guy who I'm no great fan of any respect. Peter beinart who wrote in the Atlantic a left wing magazine. A little over a year ago. How the Democrats lost their way on immigration? That's the title of his piece. And I said what the hell let me take three minutes and read it. Well, I read it, and they're parts of it that I want to share with you. Because this is what we're dealing with. And he points out a decade ago liberals publicly question immigration in ways that would shock many progressives today. In two thousand five a left leaning blogger wrote illegal immigration wreaks havoc. Economically, socially, and culturally makes a mockery of the rule of law. And is a disgrace is is disgraceful. Just on basic fairness grounds alone in two thousand six a liberal columnist wrote that immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. And that the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants has also pretty clear his conclusion will need to reduce the inflow of low skill immigrants that same year a democratic Senator wrote when I see Mexican flags waved at pro immigration demonstrations. I sometimes feel a flush a patriotic resentment one I'm forced to use a translator to communicate with the guy fixing my car. I feel a certain frustration. Who said that that was Senator Barack Obama who was the blogger radical leftist Glenn Greenwald who was the columnist radical leftist, Paul Krugman. That's not that long ago. Folks a little over a decade ago. So beinart goes on prominent liberals didn't oppose them Gration a decade ago. He says most acknowledged its benefits to America's economy and culture, they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented still they routinely asserted that low skilled emigrants depressed, the wages of low skilled American workers and strained America's welfare state, and they were far more likely than liberals today. Far more likely than liberals today to acknowledge that has been put it immigration is an intensely painful topic because places basic principles in conflict. This incredible. Isn't it? He goes on today. Little of that ambivalence remains in two thousand eight he points to the Democratic Party platform. The Democratic Party platform. I pulled up the Democratic Party platform. And it's quite remarkable. And I like the daily caller take on it. So let me move to that platform them. We'll get back to this article stay with me. This is all very important as we. Prepared for the president's speech. I look back into the democratic party's official twenty eight ten years ago there two thousand platform on immigration shows just how far left its members have drifted in a decade under the immigration section of the democratic platform in twenty eight the document entitled renewing America's promise the Democratic National Committee criticizes the nation's quote, unquote, broken immigration system, pledging in August, two thousand eight that quote, we cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected undocumented and unchecked. The harsh language in the document continues. Castigating those who quote, enter our country's borders illegally, and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, quote, the terms of enforcement the policy suggestions near president Donald Trump's call for a wall covering part of the US Mexico border and an increase in the amount of customs and border protection agents, the platform reads, and I quote. We need to secure our borders and support additional personnel infrastructure and technology in the border and at our ports of entry. We need additional customs and border patrol agents equipped, but better technology and real time intelligence, we need to dismantle humid smuggling organizations, combating the crime associated with this trade. The platform also seems to endorse e-verify department homeland security program that allows employers to check it potential employees of legal status to work in the US saying that the country needs to crack down on employers who hired undocumented immigrants unquote, and that quote employers need, a Methodist verify whether their employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. This is the democrat platform of two thousand eight. In the two thousand sixteen democratic platform. There's no mention of greater enforcement and the word tough is cut from the party's position on immigration enforcement, and even pledges an end to so-called raids further the party, no longer mentions any sort of structure on the border to deter unlawful entrance and even recommends giving illegal immigrants access to government healthcare. Coverage more on that in a minute. Now, I guess you, and I and the rest of the American people do not belong to the radical left and the democrat party or the media, we should abandon all our all our common sense. All of our reasoning ability the way, these people have on the left and just knee jerk in their direction. But we choose not to. We choose not. Now, let's go back to this beinart piece last year in the Atlantic. A decade or two ago says Jason firm and a former chairman of President Obama's council economic advisers Democrats were divided on immigration now, everyone agrees and his passionate and thanks very little about any potential downsides. Well, how can this be fine art asks? Well, I'm not gonna read the whole article, but I'll get to the gist of it. He says the larger explanation is political. Political. Not compassionate, not humane political. Between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen Democrats became more and more confident that the country's growing Latino population gave the party and electoral edge is a liberal Democrat to win the presidency Democrats convinced themselves they didn't need to reassure white people skeptical of immigration so long as they turned out there Latino base. So in other words. He may be doing this unwittingly. I'm sure he would deny. It's the Democrats who are the racists. It's the Democrats through identity politics. We're pushing us in this position of open borders. It's the Democrats who are balkanization in the country treating quote, unquote, white people one way Latinos another way, it's a disgrace. He goes on the fastest growing sector of the American electorate stampeded toward the Democrats this November salon declared after Obama's two thousand eight win if that pattern continues the GOP is doomed to forty years of wandering in a desert and that, ladies and gentlemen. Explains. Everything you need to know about why the Democrats they put party first country second and are absolutely prepared to eliminate national sovereignty. It's all about power has always been about power, acquiring it, maintaining it and keeping it forever. If possible. That's what they've turned our immigration policy into. Ed say field day for Democrats. It goes on. As the Democrats grew more reliant on Latino votes. They remorse influenced by pro immigrant, activism. While Obama was running for reelection immigrant's rights advocates launched protests against the administration's deportation practices, these protests culminated in June two thousand twelve in a sit in at an Obama campaign office in Denver ten days later, ten days later, the administration announced it would defer deportation of illegal aliens who had arrived in the US before the age of sixteen and vary. The criteria. We call this DACA. Obama. The New York Times noted was facing growing pressure from Latino leaders and Democrats who warned that because of his harsh immigration enforcement. His support was lagging among Latinos who could be crucial voters in his race for reelection. This is a cynical scheme. But the Democrats have done to this country and immigration. Now, there's more to this to this fine art piece again, a liberal writing in a liberal outlet the Atlantic, and I want to get back to it because it's very very important. So stick with us. I'll be right back..

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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

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11:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Address to the nation on. Securing the border and the so-called government shutdown. We're told it's eight ten twelve minutes. I have no idea we shall see. I'm hoping and I'm believing that they will maximize the time you should be no, Harry and the Beavis and Butthead team of Schumer and Pelosi. We'll be giving a response. And I think they should be given five hours. I think that would be great. Well, we're going to take a little time on this issue again today. As I've been digging in researching. Because this change of position by the Democrats by the left by the media is really quite remarkable. They don't apologize for their past positions. They don't explain their past positions. They just flipped. From wanting to secure the border from wanting to protect American workers. To wanting an open border. And wanting to give citizenship to foreigners almost as soon as they hit our territory. This issue of immigration wasn't always a divisive issue. The Republicans haven't changed for the most part. The Democrats have changed for the most part, and they've been radicalized on this issue and really in the last decade or so. So what has caused this? Well, I decided let me go to a left wing guy who I'm no great fan of in any respect. Peter beinart who wrote in the Atlantic a left wing magazine. A little over a year ago. How the Democrats lost their way on immigration? That's the title of his piece. And I said what the hell take free minutes and read it. Well, I read it, and they're parts of it that I want to share with you. Because this is what we're dealing with. And he points out a decade ago liberals publicly questioned immigration in ways that which shocked many progressives today. In two thousand five left leaning blogger wrote illegal immigration wreaks havoc. Economically, socially, and culturally makes a mockery of the rule of law. And is a disgrace is in his disgraceful. Just on basic fairness grounds alone in two thousand six a liberal columnist wrote that immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. And that the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants has also pretty clear his conclusion will need to reduce the inflow of low skill immigrants that same year a democratic Senator wrote when I see Mexican flags waved at pro immigration demonstrations. I sometimes feel a flush a patriotic resentment one forced to use a translator to communicate with the guy fixing my car. I feel a certain frustration. Who said that that was Senator Barack Obama who was the blogger radical leftist Glenn Greenwald. Who was the columnists radical leftist, Paul Krugman? That's not that long ago folks little over a decade ago. So beinart goes on prominent liberals didn't oppose him Gration a decade ago. He says most acknowledged its benefits to America's economy and culture, they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented still they routinely asserted that low skilled emigrants depressed, the wages of low skilled American workers and strained America's welfare state, and they were far more likely than liberals today. Far more likely than liberals today are to acknowledge that as Krugman put it immigration is an intensely painful topic because places basic principles in conflict. This incredible. Isn't it? He goes on today. Little of that ambivalence remains in two thousand eight he points to the Democratic Party platform. The Democratic Party platform. So I pulled up the Democratic Party platform. And it's quite remarkable. And I like the daily caller take on it. So let me move to that platform, then we'll get back to this article stay with me. This is all very important as we prepare for the president's speech. I look back into the democratic party's official twenty eight ten years ago there two thousand eight platform on immigration shows, just how far left its members have drifted in a decade under the immigration section of the democratic platform and twenty eight the document entitled renewing America's promise the Democratic National Committee criticizes the nation's quote, unquote, broken immigration system, pledging an August two thousand eight that quote, we cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected undocumented and unchecked. The harsh language in the document continues. Castigating those who quote, enter our country's borders illegally, and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, quote, the terms of enforcement the policy suggestions near president Donald Trump's call for a wall covering part of the US Mexico border and an increase in the amount of customs and border protection agents, the platform reads, and I quote. We need to secure our borders and support additional personnel infrastructure and technology in the border and at our ports of entry. We need additional customs and border patrol agents equipped, but better technology and real time intelligence, we need to dismantle humid smuggling organizations, combating crime associated with this trade. The platform also seems to endorse e-verify department homeland security program that allows employers to check it potential employees of legal status to work in the US saying that the country needs quote to crack down on employers who hired undocumented immigrants unquote, and that quote employers need, a method verify whether their employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. This is the democrat platform of two thousand eight. In the twenty sixteen democratic platform. There's no mention of greater enforcement, and the were tough is cut from the party's position on immigration enforcement, and even pledges an end to so-called raids further the party, no longer mentions any sort of structure in the border to deter unlawful entrance and even recommends giving illegal immigrants access to government healthcare. Coverage more on that in a minute. Now, I guess you, and I and the rest of the American people who do not belong to the radical left and the democrat party or the media, we should abandon all our principles all our common sense. All of our reasoning ability the way, these people have on the left and just knee jerk in their direction. But we choose not to. We choose not. Let's go back to this beinart piece last year in the Atlantic. A decade or two ago says Jason firm and a former chairman of President Obama's council of economic advisers Democrats were divided on immigration now, everyone agrees and his passionate. And thanks very little about any potential downsides. Well, how can this be fine art asks? Well, I'm not gonna read the whole article, but I'll get to the gist of it. He says the larger explanation is political. Political. Not compassionate, not humane political. Between two thousand eight and twenty sixteen Democrats became more and more confident that the country's growing Latino population gave the party and electoral edge is a liberal Democrat to win the presidency Democrats convinced themselves they didn't need to reassure white people skeptical of immigration so long as they turned out there Latino base. So in other words. He may be doing this unwittingly. I'm sure he would deny. It's the Democrats who are the racists. It's the Democrats through identity politics. We're pushing us in this position of open borders. It's the Democrats who are balkanised in the country treating quote, unquote, white people one way Latinos another way, it's a disgrace. It goes on the fastest growing sector of the American electorate stampeded toward the Democrats this November salon declared after Obama's two thousand eight win if that pattern continues the GOP is doomed to forty years of wandering in a desert and that, ladies and gentlemen. Explains. Everything you need to know about why the Democrats they put party first country second and are absolutely prepared to eliminate national sovereignty. It's all about power has always been about power, acquiring it, maintaining it and keeping it forever. If possible. That's what they've turned our immigration policy into. As a field day for Democrats. It goes on. As the Democrats grew more reliable Latino votes. They were more influenced by pro immigrant, activism. While Obama was running for reelection immigrant's rights advocates launched protests against the administration's deportation practices, these protests culminated in June twenty twelve in a sit in at an Obama campaign office in Denver ten days later, ten days later, the administration announced it would defer the deportation of illegal aliens who had arrived in the US before the age of sixteen Emad various other criteria. We call this DACA. Obama. The New York Times noted was facing growing pressure from Latino leaders and Democrats who warned that because of his harsh immigration enforcement. His support was lagging among Latinos who could be crucial voters in his race for reelection. This has a cynical scheme. What the Democrats have done to this country and immigration. Now, there's more to this to this beinart piece again, a liberal writing in a liberal outlet the Atlantic, and I want to get back to it because it's very very important. So stick with us. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. Every time.

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"Traffic. I'm Ted Thomas. Broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one three hours from now president will begin his address to the nation on securing the border. And these so-called government shutdown. We're told it's eight ten twelve minutes. I have no idea we shall see. I'm hoping and I'm believing that they will maximize the time you should be no, Harry and the Beavis and Butthead team of Schumer and Pelosi. He will be giving a response. And I think they should be given five hours. I think that would be great. Well, we're going to take a little time on this issue again today. As I've been digging in researching. Because this change of position by the Democrats by the left by the media is really quite remarkable. They don't apologize for their past positions. They don't explain their past positions. They just flipped. From wanting to secure the border from wanting to protect American workers. To wanting an open border. And wanting to give citizenship to foreigners almost as soon as they hit our territory. You know, this issue of immigration wasn't always a divisive issue. The Republicans haven't changed for the most part. The Democrats have changed for the most part, and they've been radicalized on this issue and really in the last decade or so. So what has caused this? Well, I decided let me go to a left wing guy who I'm no great fan of in any respect. Peter beinart who wrote in the Atlantic a left wing magazine. A little over a year ago. How the Democrats lost their way on immigration? That's the title of his piece. And I said what the hell let me take three minutes and read it. Well, I read it, and they're parts of it that I want to share with you. Because this is what we're dealing with. And he points out a decade ago liberals publicly questioned immigration in ways that would shock many progressives today. In two thousand five a left leaning blogger wrote illegal immigration wreaks havoc. Economically, socially, and culturally makes a mockery of the rule of law is a disgrace in his disgraceful. Just on basic fairness grounds alone in two thousand six a liberal columnist wrote that immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. And that the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear his conclusion will need to reduce the inflow of low skill immigrants that same year a democratic Senator wrote when I see Mexican flags waved at pro immigration demonstrations. I sometimes feel a flush a patriotic resentment when forced to use a translator to communicate with the guy fixing my car. I feel I certain frustration who said that that was Senator Barack Obama who was the blogger radical leftist Glenn Greenwald who was the columnist radical leftist, Paul Krugman. That's not that long ago. Folks a little over a decade ago. So beinart goes on prominent liberals didn't oppose immigration a decade ago. He says most acknowledged its benefits to America's economy and culture, they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented still they routinely asserted that low skilled emigrants depress the wages of low skilled American workers and strained America's welfare state, and they were far more likely than liberals today. Far more likely than liberals today are to acknowledge that as Krugman put it immigration is an intensely painful topic because places basic principles in conflict. This incredible. Isn't it? He goes on today. Little of that ambivalence remains in two thousand eight he points to the Democratic Party platform. The Democratic Party platform. So I pulled up the Democratic Party platform. And it's quite remarkable. And I like the daily caller take on it. So let me move to that platform them. We'll get back to this article stay with me. This is all very important as we prepare for the president's speech. I looked back into the democratic party's official twenty eight ten years ago there two thousand eight platform on immigration shows, just how far left its members have drifted in a decade under the immigration section of the democratic platform and twenty eight the document entitled renewing America's promise the Democratic National Committee criticizes the nation's quote, unquote, broken immigration system, pledging in August, two thousand eight that quote, we cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected undocumented and unchecked. The harsh language in the document continues. Castigating those who enter our country's borders illegally, and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, quote, the terms of enforcement the policy suggestions near president Donald Trump's call for a wall covering part of the US Mexico border and an increase in the amount of customs and border protection agents that platform reads, and I quote. We need to secure our borders and support additional personnel infrastructure, and technology and the border and at our ports of entry. We need additional customs and border patrol agents at quit, but better technology and real time intelligence, we need to dismantle humid smuggling organizations, combating the crime associated with this trade. The platform also seems to endorse e-verify department homeland security program that allows employers to check it potential employees of legal status to work in the US saying that the country needs quote to crack down on employers who hired undocumented immigrants unquote, and that quote employers need, a Methodist verify whether their employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. This is the democrat platform of two thousand eight. In the two thousand sixteen democratic platform. There is no mention of greater enforcement and the word tough is cut from the party's position on immigration enforcement, and even pledges an end to so-called raids further the party, no longer mentions any sort of structure on the border to deter unlawful entrance and even recommends giving illegal immigrants access to government healthcare. Coverage more on that in a minute. Now, I guess you, and I and the rest of the American people who do not belong to the radical left and the democrat party or the media, we should abandon all our principles all our common sense. All of our reasoning ability the way, these people have on the left and just knee jerk in their direction. We choose not to. We choose not. Now, let's go back to this beinart piece last year in the Atlantic. A decade or two ago says Jason firm and a former chairman of President Obama's council of economic advisors. Democrats were divided on immigration now. Everyone agrees and his passionate. And thanks very little about any potential downsides. Well, how can this be beinart asks? Well, I'm not gonna read the whole article, but I'll get to the gist of it. He says the larger explanation is political. Political. Not compassionate, not humane political. Between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen Democrats became more and more confident that the country's growing Latino population gave the party and electoral edge. This is a liberal Democrat to win the presidency Democrats convinced themselves they didn't need to reassure white people skeptical of immigration so long as they turned out there like Tino base. So in other words. He may be doing this unwittingly. I'm sure he would deny. It's the Democrats who are the racists. It's the Democrats through identity politics. We're pushing us in this position of open borders. It's the Democrats who are balkanised in the country treating quote, unquote, white people one way Latinos another way, it's a disgrace. He goes on the fastest growing sector of the American electorate stampeded toward the Democrats this November salon declared after Obama's two thousand eight win if that pattern continues the GOP is doomed to forty years of wandering in a desert and that, ladies and gentlemen. Explains. Everything you need to know about why the Democrats they put party first country second and are absolutely prepared to eliminate national sovereignty. It's all about power has always been about power, acquiring it, maintaining it and keeping it forever. If possible. That's what they've turned our immigration policy into. Essay field day for Democrats. It goes on. As the Democrats grew more reliant on Latino votes. They were more influenced by pro immigrant, activism. While Obama was running for reelection immigrant's rights advocates launched protests against the administration's deportation practices, these protests culminated in June twenty twelve in a sit in at an Obama campaign office in Denver ten days later, ten days later, the administration announced it would defer the deportation of illegal aliens who arrived in the US before the age of sixteen and met various other criteria. We call this DACA. Obama. The New York Times noted was facing growing pressure from Latino leaders and Democrats who warned that because of his harsh immigration enforcement. His support was lagging among Latinos who could be crucial voters in his race for reelection. This is a cynical scheme. But the Democrats have done to this country and immigration. Now, there's more to this to this beinart piece again a liberal writing in a liberal. Outlet the Atlantic. And I want to get back to it because it's very very important. So stick with us. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm..

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10:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Address to the nation on securing the border and the so-called government shutdown. We're told it's eight ten twelve minutes. I have no idea we shall see. I'm hoping and I'm believing that they will maximize the time you should be no, Harry and the Beavis and Butthead team of Schumer and Pelosi. We'll be giving a response. And I think they should be given five hours. I think that would be great. Well, we're going to take a little time on this issue again today. As I've been digging in researching. Because this change of position by the Democrats by the left by the media is really quite remarkable. They don't apologize for their past positions. They don't explain their past positions. They just flipped. From wanting to secure the border from wanting to protect American workers. To wanting an open border. And wanting to give citizenship to foreigners almost as soon as they hit our territory. You know, this issue of immigration wasn't always a divisive issue. The Republicans haven't changed for the most part. The Democrats have changed for the most part, and they've been radicalized on this issue and really in the last decade or so. So what is caused this? Well, I decided let me go to a left wing guy who I'm no great fan of in any respect. Peter beinart who wrote in the Atlantic a left wing magazine. A little over a year ago. How the Democrats lost their way on immigration? That's the title of his piece. And I said what the hell let me take three minutes and read it. Well, I read it, and they're parts of it that I want to share with you. Because this is what we're dealing with any points had a decade ago liberals publicly question immigration in ways that would shock many progressives today. In two thousand five left leaning blogger wrote illegal immigration wreaks havoc. Economically, socially, and culturally makes a mockery of the rule of law. And is a disgrace is in his disgraceful. Just on basic fairness grounds alone in two thousand six a liberal columnist route that immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. And that the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants has also pretty clear his conclusion will need to reduce the inflow of low skill immigrants that same year a democratic Senator wrote when I see Mexican flags waved at pro immigration demonstrations. I sometimes feel a flush of patriotic resentment one I'm forced to use a translator to communicate with the guy fixing my car. I feel a certain frustration. Who said that that was Senator Barack Obama who was the blogger radical leftist Glenn Greenwald. Who was the columnists radical leftist, Paul Krugman? That's not that long ago. Folks a little over a decade ago. So beinart goes on prominent liberals didn't oppose emmigration a decade ago. He says most acknowledged its benefits to America's economy and culture, they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented still they routinely asserted that low skilled immigrants depress the wages of low skilled American workers and strained America's welfare state, and they were far more likely than liberals today. Far more likely than liberals today are to acknowledge that as Krugman put it immigration is an intensely painful topic because places basic principles in conflict. This incredible. Isn't it? He goes on today. Little of that ambivalence remains in two thousand eight he points to the Democratic Party platform. The Democratic Party platform. So I pulled up the Democratic Party platform. And it's quite remarkable. And I like the daily caller take on it. So let me move to that platform, then we'll get back to this article stay with me. This is all very important as we prepare for the president's speech. I look back into the Democratic Party official twenty eight ten years ago there two thousand eight platform on immigration shows just how far left its members have drifted in a decade under the immigration section of the democratic platform and twenty eight the document entitled renewing America's promise the Democratic National Committee criticizes the nation's quote, unquote, broken immigration system, pledging an August two thousand eight that quote, we cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected undocumented unchecked. The harsh language in the document continues. Castigating those who quote, enter our country's borders illegally, and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, quote, the terms of enforcement the policy suggestions near president Donald Trump's call for a wall covering part of the US Mexico border and an increase in the amount of customs and border protection agents, the platform reads, and I quote. We need to secure our borders and support additional personnel infrastructure, and technology and the border and at our ports of entry. We need additional customs and border patrol agents. I quit, but better technology and real time intelligence, we need to dismantle humid smuggling organizations, combating the crime associated with this trade. The platform also seems to endorse e-verify department homeland security program that allows employers to check it put tension employees of legal status to work in the US saying that the country needs quote to crack down on employers who hired undocumented immigrants unquote, and that quote employers need, a Methodist verify whether their employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. This is the democrat platform of two thousand eight. In the two thousand sixteen democratic platform. There is no mention of greater enforcement, and the were tough is cut from the party's position on immigration enforcement, and even pledges an end to so-called raids further the party, no longer mentions any sort of structure in the border to deter unlawful entrance n even recommends giving illegal immigrants access to government healthcare. Coverage more on that in a minute. Now, I guess you, and I and the rest of the American people who do not belong to the radical left and the democrat party or the media, we should abandon all our principles all our common sense. All of our reasoning ability the way, these people have on the left and just knee jerk in their direction. But we choose not to. We choose not. Let's go back to this beinart piece last year in the Atlantic. Decade or two ago says Jason firm and a former chairman of President Obama's council of economic advisors. Democrats were divided on immigration now. Everyone agrees and his passionate. And thanks very little about any potential downsides. Well, how can this be beinart asks? Well, I'm not gonna read the whole article, but I'll get to the gist of it. He says the larger explanation is political. Political. Not compassionate, not humane political. Between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen Democrats became more and more confident that the country's growing Latino population gave the party and electoral edge is a liberal Democrat to win the presidency Democrats convinced themselves they didn't need to reassure white people skeptical of immigration, so long they turned out there Latino base. So in other words. He may be doing this unwittingly. I'm sure he would deny. It's the Democrats who are the racists. It's the Democrats thrived entity politics. We're pushing us in this position of open borders. It's the Democrats who are balkanised in the country treating quote, unquote, white people one way Latinos another way, it's a disgrace. They goes on the fastest growing sector of the American electorate stampeded toward the Democrats this November salon declared after Obama's two thousand eight win if that pattern continues the GOP is doomed to forty years of wandering in a desert and that, ladies and gentlemen. Explains. Everything you need to know about why the Democrats they put party first country second and are absolutely prepared to eliminate national sovereignty. It's all about power has always been about power, acquiring it, maintaining it and keeping it forever. If possible. That's what they've turned our immigration policy into. As a field day for Democrats. It goes on. As the Democrats grew more reliant on Latino votes remorse influenced by pro immigrant, activism. Alabama was running for reelection immigrant's rights advocates launched protests against the administration's deportation practices, these protests culminated in June twenty twelve and a sit in at an Obama campaign office in Denver ten days later, ten days later, the administration announced it would defer deportation of illegal aliens who had arrived in the US before the age of sixteen amid various other criteria. We call this DACA. Obama. The New York Times noted was facing growing pressure from Latino leaders and Democrats who warned that because of his harsh immigration enforcement. His support was lagging among Latinos who could be crucial voters in his race for reelection. This is a cynical scheme. But the Democrats have done to this country and immigration. Now, there's more to this to this beinart piece again, a liberal writing in a liberal outlet the Atlantic, and I want to get back to it because it's very very important. So stick with us. I'll be right back..

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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's not that long ago folks little over a decade ago. So beinart goes on prominent liberals didn't oppose immigration a decade ago. He says most acknowledged its benefits to America's economy and culture, they supported a path to citizenship for the undocumented still they routinely asserted that low skilled emigrants depress the wages of low skilled American workers and strained America's welfare state, and they were far more likely than liberals today. Far more likely than liberals today to acknowledge that as Krugman put it immigration is an intensely painful topic because places basic principles in conflict. This incredible. Isn't it? He goes on today. Little of that ambivalence remains in two thousand eight he parts of the Democratic Party platform. The Democratic Party platform. So I pulled up the Democratic Party platform. And it's quite remarkable. And I liked the daily caller take on it. So let me move to that platform them. We'll get back to this article stay with me. This is all very important as we prepare for the president's speech. I look back into the democratic party's official twenty eight ten years ago there two thousand a platform on immigration shows, just how far left its members have drifted in a decade under the immigration section of the democratic platform and twenty eight the document entitled renewing America's promise the Democratic National Committee criticizes the nation's quote, unquote, broken immigration system, pledging in August, two thousand eight that quote, we cannot continue to allow people to enter the United States undetected undocumented and unchecked. The harsh language in the document continues. Castigating those who enter our country's borders illegally, and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, quote, the terms of enforcement the policy suggestions near president Donald Trump's call for a wall covering part of the US Mexico border an increase in the amount of customs and border protection agents, the platform reads, and I quote. We need to secure our borders and support additional personnel infrastructure, and technology and the border and at our ports of entry. We need additional customs and border patrol agents at quick, but better technology and real time intelligence, we need to dismantle human smuggling organizations, combating crime associated with this trade. The platform also seems to endorse e-verify department homeland security program that allows employers to check it potential employees have legal status to work in the US saying that the country needs quote to crack down on employers who hired undocumented immigrants unquote, and that quote employers need, a method verify whether their employees are legally eligible to work in the United States. This is the democrat platform of two thousand eight. In the two thousand sixteen democratic platform. There's no mention of greater enforcement and the word tough is cut from the party's position on immigration enforcement, and even pledges an end to so-called raids further the party, no longer mentions any sort of structure on the border to deter unlawful entrance and even recommends giving illegal immigrants access to government healthcare. Coverage more on that in a minute. Now, I guess you, and I and the rest of the American people who do not belong to the radical left and the democrat party or the media. We should Jennifer. Abandon all our pencils. All our common sense. All of our reasoning ability the way, these people have on the left and just knee jerk in their direction. But we choose not to. We choose not. Now, let's go back to this beinart piece last year in the Atlantic. A decade or two ago says Jason firm and a former chairman of President Obama's council of economic advisers Democrats were divided on immigration now, everyone agrees and his passionate. And thanks very little about any potential downsides. Well, how can this be beinart asks? Well, I'm not gonna read the whole article, but I'll get to the gist of it. He says the larger explanation is political. Political. Not compassionate, not humane political. Between.

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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Over to the winter meetings at all. And if you can't get what you want as far as negotiation goes willing to negotiate you can't go anywhere. And that's why Harper who is Harper linked to right now. What team would you say is the leader for Bryce Harper. Question. I'm not sure wouldn't be you know, everybody does the dodgers. But it could be going back to the nationals. Nice. No, he an an bed with anybody. So it's all whatever's going on behind closed doors with Scott Boras. So I don't know that the eighties. Haven't had as meaningful conversations as Washington or LA or anybody else for that matter. So we're comparing what we've been told what's been reported about the length of contracts and negotiations and the like do the media we're getting it basically from Baras, and he's going to handle it the way that he wants doesn't mean that the Yankees can't get involved doesn't mean it can't get involved, but you have to play by Boris's rules when you're talking about a bars client. Thanks for both roughly around numbers the same amount of money and the contract. No. We're talking about the same thing. No, no Harper is going to get more was going to get higher av out average annual value, and he's going to get more years. If they're doing something. Nice when I say, not twenty eight ten year deals. I just think cost per just makes more sense surrounded with you know, you got don't forget who. Harper is guaranteed guaranteed to get ten because Washington already put ten on the table. So why why why would Harper settle for eight years somewhere else? He's going to get ten and probably more than that Machado. You might be able to get down to seven or eight. But I don't think any less than seven probably going to be more like eight or nine but Harper's guaranteed to get ten years. And it could be more like eleven or twelve and I think is a better player. So therefore if everything is correctly, judge and you just gone by the stats. He deserves to have a longer contract hire a. Eight seven seven three three seven six six six Richard Steve Mike, Vince hanging. Got you guys come back on the other side..

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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A sanctions on Monday all the sanctions removed for years. As part of a deal designed to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions were reimposed, President Trump wants Iran to change end its hostile to Israel and its USA proxies to influence weaker countries. Like, Syria and Lebanon. Sanctions have become so important to the current US administration that earlier this year the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin record he was spending half of his time on them on Thursday. The US energy secretary suggested they could be used against Russia over its plans to build a gas pipeline to Germany sanctions may be extensive. But are they effective a public show of defiance for the Iranians was to be expected? We will proudly break the sanctions, president Ruhani said, but not perhaps such explicit rejection from America's allies, the spokesman for Theresa May, the British Prime minister said her government wanted to expand its trading arrangements, and is encouraging companies to take advantage of the commercial opportunities with Iran. Ronald Reagan, poorer BBC Persian and our dip. Automatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus. I'll be discussing the sanctions policy role the first does she think the rainy in leadership is worried? I think they are politically they're very pleased with themselves. I think they played their cards. Very well as residential Honey says, it's the first time that the international community, it's on Iran side, except for the United States on a couple of other countries and from day one they said that if their demands are met, they will stay in their nuclear deal JCP OA, but it will create difficulties Iran, not only needs to sell its oil. It needs investment in its oil industry and BP has gone totality is gone, and that will have both short term effect and longtime effects on Iran's capability of producing oil, and that's certainly very worrying for and politicians and in terms of the situation in Iran at the moment, what existing pressures is this coming in addition to so already. Iran was struggling. Partly because of the mismanagement of the economy and widespread systematic corruption among the politicians, but more importantly because of the fear that the sanctions created among the population, many people exchange there, we als- into dollars which pushed the value of dollar is very high. Iran is highly dependent on imports, and the fact that the dollars are very expensive. Now, it's gonna create more inflation. We are in touch with people in Iran, and they say that that they feed it every day and every now, and then we see protests in different parts of the country. So internally it's going to create a lot of trouble for the government. A lot of this Johnson is about pressuring the regime change rather than presumably expecting the regime to simply crumble for the revolutionary system to vanish in a puff of smoke for what realistic prospect is there of changing Iran's behavior strategically the way it relates to its neighbors. The way uses organizations like his bullet to promote its. Agenda. I don't think there's any great evidence of that is likely to happen. Iran sees itself as being in a region where it is reasonably isolated the Sunni Arab countries by large oppose it Israel opposes it America opposes it. And therefore, this kind of outreach this involvement with allied movements and groups around the region is an important outlet. Of course, how these internal tensions actually play out is the crucial question might lead to a collapse of the regime. One day might simply lead to a takeover by harder line voices. We simply don't know how much harder run. I think it makes the argument that has been pushed by people I president Ruhani in the past. And those who we for want of a better word would describe as more liberal voices. When this kind of sanction regime is introduced extremely that. The United States decision to leave the nuclear deal. Suddenly changed the tone of president Rohani and his reformist followers. They started to sound more and more like the hardliners inside the regime specially because they proved that they were wrong. So that's supremely let them negotiate the nuclear deal, but he was very suspicious. He said go and do this. But I personally do not trust the Americans. Even if there's a deal they're not gonna implemented properly which also turned out to be true. And I think over the next couple of years it will put the sound of reform in the country on their more pressure because they feel they're all under attack. Jonathan the other question that rises particularly with an economy like United States is its own reliance on oil and particularly petrol is there a risk for President Trump in this domestic political risk. Or is it all at this stage from his point of view a win win? There are asks him one of the reasons there are waivers allowing certain countries to buy oil from Iran is because key American ally is Taiwan Japan, South Korea Turkey, and so on that is an important part of their energy mix of the deal is kinda if they reduce her chances to a certain level they can still carry on buying it sanctions free. If you like repercussions free. I think actually the the real impacted all of this is going to be a much longer term ones. There are many voices in America expert voices who have been saying for a while. Now that sanctions are being used to frequently. They're being used to indiscriminately an already now with this Iran situation, you have the Europeans talking about trying to establish mechanisms to allow companies to trade with Iran. I think a lot is going to happen there. That's going to be very significant. But the mere fact that talking about it matters Russia and China a talking about new international payments systems that would separate them from the the dollar system in American banking institutions it's early days for these things. But you know, we could look back at the position of this new round of sanctions without the consensus. That is needed to really make them bite and say that this was one of the first moments when other countries began to take steps to make these US sanctions. The sanctions tool less useful, Jonathan Marcus and Ron Rog book Sunday marks the one hundredth anniversary of the armistice the agreement to stop the fighting signed by the competence of the first World War in the four years of conflict around nine million died from combat injuries. This was a war in Europe. But it was not fought solely by Europeans. Australians Africans Indians North Americans as well as the Japanese and Viet. Newbies recorded among the war dead warded much to reshape the world that followed the monarchs of Germany address, your abdicated to other imparts, the Austro-Hungarian and the Ottoman disappeared entirely. From the map, the redrawing of borders was arguably more dramatic and after the nine hundred thirty nine thousand nine hundred forty five war and has caused a long and bloody shadow of a parts of Europe and the Middle East ever since. A week of commemoration reaches his apogee at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day in the eleventh month, the time that the Alvis took effect. No one who served in that war remains alive. The last combat veteran died seven years ago. Yes is the BBC's Allen little he's been in Berlin this week torch Germans about the war. Explain to be commemorating World War One has if anything become more significant, even as the events themselves have become more remote. Well, each generation has reinterpreted the history of the first World War in the light of its own values. So for example, in one thousand twenty eight ten years after the end of the whirlwind L Hake. The field. Marshall led British troops in France and Flanders from nineteen fifteen to nineteen eighteen when he died his funeral procession the streets of Edinburgh, the city of his birth and London were lined with hundreds of thousands maps, many a million people he was buried as a national hero. The man who delivered national Sal. Ovation to a grateful nation and yet by the nineteen sixties. He's a villain is the butcher of the song who sent hundreds of thousands of young men to their deaths needlessly in what became known as the futility narrative. So each new generation looks a fresh at the first World War. So it's in nineteen sixty eight for example, nineteen sixties for example that the war poetry Wilford on and Siegfried Sassoon gains popular, traction really for the first time. Those points would note in the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties. But they weren't known popularly didn't enter the national puncture snus the national discourse until the nineteen sixties a time with exploding youth culture. Vietnam, protest, growing anti war sentiment. And that's when those poems poetry found. It's time. And so since then in the fifty years since the nineteen sixties that interpretation if utility narrative horror the pity of war has again received and again this generation of revisionist historians are saying, wait a minute. The song was not futile the song. The beginning of the path to victory and the process by which the is delivered Europe from German militarism. Sometimes we get done we perhaps in Europe where we're focused on what it means for us that this was a global war. And there were soldiers fighting on the battlefields of Europe. And indeed the what we now turn the Middle East from match of the globe. Indeed. And I was in the first World War cemetery northern Greece not long ago, and there are thousands of Indian then buried there and those whose bodies were never found commemorated there on memorial freezes the African troops fighting with French forces in France and Flanders. So it is the first truly global war drew in people from the colonies held by the United Kingdom and France. So this was not on the first truly global war. It was also the first total war the way in which entire societies have to be mobilized to meet the challenge of war. No one who, sir. Served on the battlefields of the first World War is to with us. To what extent then is this commemoration a moment of change to think that one hundred years through some sort of line, Android, or or has its meaning kind of evolved yet again for our present generation. Yes, I think he's meaning as evolved from the very beginning. It's no longer simply of the first World War reading the second World War. I think it has come to mean something about war in general. This is only anecdotal impressionistic. But I think in my adult lifetime the commemorations in the United Kingdom have changed in ten or nuts. Partly because of what has happened the major events that have happened in those decades, it's become about all warm, particularly the wars that have been fought in our own time was not was at national survivalist, the second and first world wars were but wars policy options, and I think the public has grown used to the idea of separating the cause which the war is fought from the experience and suffering. Of those who fight them. And I think we've now elevated in the United Kingdom in particular, the idea of remembrance almost to a civic duty, and it's become very widespread. And I think that was not the case thirty years ago at a time when the first World War was already slipping from living memory, US, speaking to us from Berlin how different to commemorations feeling Germany as compared to countries like Britain or France. It is an interesting question. How do you remember your own war dead when you belong to a nation that turned out twice to be on the wrong side of history? How do you grieve? For those you lost without appearing to whitewash the crimes committed in their name, or in some cases, by them or indeed condone those tribes, and this has been probably nothing for Germany since the end of the second World War in particular..

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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:14 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"At. Colorado college is Friday night and that's at seven thirty and then at the gates concert, hall at do. You because the reach of your show you're all. Over you have no idea we we are right now there's probably someone. In a foxhole in Afghanistan listening to us, as well but. This is the show Yeah How about? That Before we leave I feel remiss if I did not mention the fact that in addition to everything, else you do you write. Really funny. Books thank. You you do do you have another book coming out because. You can right it's almost like I feel like my stages of life are sort of following along. With the pilot Right what happens to me and, and so, I wrote the book couple. Of it. When I. Was newly married neighborhood that was newly babied and then family. Hood when my kids were getting a little older and then my next book will be stroke hood Right after my stroke hopefully before so I. Still type and yeah I'm. Always jotting things down and sometimes it ends up as a. Bit in my stand. Up and sometimes I go well that's actually better for a chapter in a book so I'm I'm always collecting, stuff and they'll be another one I'm sure down the road have, you caught by the way the marvelous MRs Mazel How accurate is that in terms of working up. That solid, ten minutes you know how we going. Through the process even for you because you've been doing all these this acting and other things how how how hard how how. Much does it say it is it, is very hard, you know when I was when I, came back a couple of? Years ago I really started from. Scratch again. And I knew how to do it but I I. Just, wanted. To get normal materials so I would go into comedy clubs here in, LA and, I would do if I could scrap together. Five minutes of material I was thrilled to. These younger guys and I said so when you. Go out, and headline, how long do you do they go seventy. Five minutes ago that's impossible how can that seems impossible and then slowly you go oh okay now I got ten, minutes now. I got twelve minutes. And then, move you know you'd work at it and then you have so now I'm out there and I can't I can't do, less than seventy five minutes now and I you. Know I it's hard to get me off stage I love. Being out that one of. The things I've been doing now in these theaters is Towards the end of the. Show will, open it, up and do a little q. and a.. With the audience which is a tickles me because people have some really weird questions I had Street asked me about a routine that I. Had not done in twenty five years well I don't remember it is I got it and I said well, come up and do it and he did my act of nineteen. Eighty three That's funny I should? Write that down? I had forgotten that. Bit. So you never know so it's it's been, a, lot of fun getting. To actually see, real. Faces and real meat real people are you gonna have chance to do anything while. You're, here do anything fun I don't do fun. Okay I just, wanted, to check now shower joke, airplane shower in that order I hope yes exactly Yeah Well Paul Reiser I know that everybody is going to have a fantastic time. This weekend I've got people on the line that wanna talk? To you but? I don't I am. Out. Of time and I know you have places, together, they can they can. Twitter me. A, question We'll just wants to say that. Aliens is the best movie ever Very very good what's your favorite movie. You've ever been and don't give me that it's too hard cheese It's very. Easy to so I did a movie that I wrote about fifteen years ago twenty eight ten years ago something called Peter Peter Falk called the thing about my folks and it was a movie that I wrote specifically for Peter Falk because I always wanted to work with him and I always wanted to play my father. And and that was really a dream come true and he was everything that I hoped, it would be and so every day I would go to work and, sort of, pinch. Myself on thinking I can't, believe I get to. Actually do this with. Somebody that I you know idolized so. That was I'm gonna say. Right up. Front that was my favorite. I'm going to try and find it you go, find it get good, luck it's it's not out there it's not. Like, a Terminator or something or transformers it's not. Readily available but? Now let me. Ask you this man. Yeah you gotta come, to, the, show this weekend you. Know what I don't, know I I did not I didn't plan Well Paul I, I'm waiting to see I really want to but I might try and come down to the spring show, come, down to. The spring show and say Hello and anybody who comes to the show come and say Hello afterwards because, we always do a little meet and greet outside and so it was, nice to, meet. Actual people oh that's fantastic, Paul Reiser your swell. Guy yours well thank. You are you are I put a. Link by the way for. People who. Want to buy tickets on. My blog at KOA NewsRadio dot com and also, just a link to, the Paul Reiser page because I think people. Probably, would be shocked if they're not on Amazon. Or they're not? On Hulu about. How much you are. In right now and, how, much, stuff you've been doing. Over the past one, year listen you know by the way I'm very I'm like, Elvis and if I come into a theater and I see an empty chair I don't go on so You View to get down to fill up every. Seat don't make me pull an. Elvis, well you, know some guy's gonna show up with a mannequin now just in case carpool line manneken is going to. Happen Yeah Paul Reiser you you continued success do you think you thank you go see. Him this. Weekend thanks so much for your time Dallas just how guy I know I love it when I talk to people that I like and they're even. Nicer than than I thought they. Would, be that's, excellent you can just go out and get a beer with what wouldn't you have dinner with that guy He. Did a show for Amazon called red oaks and. Red oaks is. About a country club in. New Jersey in the nineteen eighty s and I am telling you. I know every person in that but I'm from. Florida but I know all. All the characters, are someone, that you, know you know what I'm saying that's. Like Bob the guy it's it's a great show and it was only three seasons I don't know why they only did three seasons I liked it. I thought it was good so if you're. Not gonna go see Paul Reiser for some reason you just can't make it. Anywhere to see it we've got something for you Denver's rhino neighborhood the river. North neighborhood a, big transformation of. What's happening there and I'll tell. You what's going on at. Two thirty on KOA NewsRadio eight, fifty, AM and ninety four one. FM for news. 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"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight ten years" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

"Capitalist something my fault. If you can't read it. Oh, my daughter will be buying me your book in August. I'm so excited. Says ROY. Well, your daughter is a lovely, lovely girl, very intelligent. Obviously. Let's see. Today, a Brad's from Oklahoma. Charissa. Wow. He was arrested on on the assault yet. That was the guy from looks like a highschool saw. Cops is Bill color me bad. I don't know how many people were there. I just thought that was interesting. I guess. I mean, there is four guys in the band, but only one guy was singing. The other two were dancing. They weren't part of the band, so I don't know what the hell happened. Carol gonna by the book. Good. You go get the book. Sound like you're gonna go poor on the book. I've lowered it for the summer because I want people to buy it. I think it's important because you have to learn how to deal with certain people that are almost. Undeliverable is that a word out think so? Like for example. Some of these snowflakes are just insane. What do you do. Keira says, apparently Bryan Adams was drinking before the show and has had problems with it. Yeah. Here's a good. I'm here something. Maybe my book would help with maybe maybe not. Let's take a look at one of these millennial bad asses and how they wanna stand up and have a honest political debate with somebody that they disagree with. Here we go. Okay, everyone ready Trump Ben Pence. We say, no. No, no. No. No. No. No. No. Trump Ben pets. We say. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No Trump and Pence. We say. No. No, no. No. No. No. Nice was he had on. He taught me a lesson that's that's the kind of guy, man. I hope my daughter dates. All right. Anything else I'm gonna hit onto the here. There was one of the video wanna show. Before. All this is good. Here's something I've been calling for a long time. People have attack me for it. I have said. Not that everybody that's gay is a pedophile. I have not said that. But when I have said was, once you open up the gates of. Saying, just because you don't understand my love doesn't mean I should be able to have it meaning, man and man woman woman, whatever. There are other steps. There is polygamy multiple people, wanna marriage, and then there's pedophilia and I always have been told, especially by people in the gay community that will never happen. We're only talking about adults here and I say the same thing, you might be talking about adults, but there's a logical conclusion and it goes further than that. Oh, no, no, no, it'll never happen really check this video out from July twentieth of this year. Emily Jones is her name. It is an hour responsibility to afflict and to overcome our negative feelings about puddles and to treat them with the same respect. We treat other people with. We should accept that pedophile a people who have not chosen their sexuality and who unlike most of us will never be able to live it out freely. If they want to lead an upright life, we should accept that pedophilia is a sexual preference, a thought feeling and not an act. We should differentiate between child sexual abuse and pedophilia. We shouldn't increase the suffering of pedestals by excluding them by blaming mocking them. By doing that, we increase their isolation and we increase the chance of child sexual abuse. So pedophile 's aren't abusing children. I guess according to her because some children wanted. I don't understand and here's what has we scared this video taken on July. What today today. Was the twenty fourth July twenty. Third, two thousand eighteen. Will I be mo- my career be ruined on July twenty. Third, two thousand twenty eight ten years, five years because everybody will have accepted pedophilia just because you just because you don't understand. My love doesn't mean I shouldn't be able to experience it. Yeah, but the kids nine. Well, he loves me too. Mahama's favorite wife. They were sick was at six when they got when he married, I show and nine when they consummated. Sorry. I just don't think that that's. A good strong western value..

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