35 Burst results for "Two Countries"

Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

Dressed: The History of Fashion

01:47 min | 3 d ago

Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

"The nineteen seventy six summer olympics or the games of the twenty first summer olympiad held in montreal canada so many highlights april so little time. Six thousand eighty four athletes from ninety two countries came to compete in one hundred ninety eight events. Women's basketball rowing and team handball are introduced for the first time the fourteen year. Old gymnast nadia comenici of romania became the first ever gymnast to score a perfect ten after her uneven bars performance and any fashion history-making moment for the first time ever in the history of these summer olympic opening ceremony. The us women athletes are wearing dumped. It on and this is the part where regular nurse nurse. Say here we go again. Because women athletes had of course already been wearing bifurcated garments as part of their competition uniforms. They had actually even been wearing pants or bifurcated. Garments at the opening ceremonies of the winter games since the nineteen fifties as protection from the cold of course but in the history of the summer olympics. The prayed uniform was always in line with the fashionable silhouette and also the side dress codes of any given period and up until this point these kind of more quote unquote formal occasion. Something like an opening ceremony would have called for skirts and not pants. But during the fashion revolution of the nineteen sixties women fought really hard to break down gender barriers and this included these social codes. That barred them from wearing pants. Outside of leisure or sports settings it was a hard one battle and one thousand nine hundred. Ninety six olympics really reflected this seismic shift in the broader social. Moore's that had begun to accept women in pants for most occasions.

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Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack

BBC Newshour

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack

"Its diplomatic staff from the Pakistani capital Islamabad, following an attack on Friday on the ambassador's daughter, Silsila. Al Aqeel, who is in her twenties, was taking a taxi in the capital Islamabad when the driver picked up a second passenger Secunda Kamani is in Kabul. This incident has sparked anger here in Afghanistan, feeding into an already tense relationship with the two countries. In the last few hours, the Afghan Foreign Ministry has announced that it's recalling all senior Afghan diplomats from Pakistan, it says until their security concerns are addressed, including putting on trial those responsible for this incident. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has responded, saying that that decision is regrettable. It points out that Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered all resources be utilized, apprehend those who were responsible and also ordered security for Afghan diplomats in Pakistan to be beefed up. Secunda Kamani

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At least 110 killed in massive flooding in Europe

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

At least 110 killed in massive flooding in Europe

"About the fate of people still missing. Dozens of people are still missing after heavy rains in Western Europe have touched off flooding of those two countries as well as Luxembourg, the Netherlands and northern France. The surgeon general issues an advisory Today We live in a world where

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Briana of Black Queer Travel Guide, Fringe of Colour Films

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Briana of Black Queer Travel Guide, Fringe of Colour Films

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name or your from your current location and the name of your business i wanted. My name's brianna forgot her from washington. Dc currently based in edinburgh risk auckland's or the united kingdom depending on who you're asking and i am the grand development manager for the black rear travel guide am also the creative director of festival fringe of color films which is an alternative arts festival for black people and people of color internationally. Sometimes i'm not always also. Sometimes i should say most also the co director of an organization called. We are here. Scotland is a community interest company that supports black people people of color indigenous folk in the arts and creative industries across scotland. So many hats talk to me please. About growing up in the united states of america. I believe you in the dc area. I'm not sure if you had an awareness of age of seven that you had anxiety but like talk about all of that also don't know when you started to experience chronic pain like tell us your story gave us the tea please. Yeah so. I grew up in washington d. c. born to an african american family that basically migrated up north During the great migration of a lot of black families from the south and basically that side of the family was based in and around the washington. Dc area the Metropolitan area the dmv. I still family in north carolina and on my dad's side of the family. I m first generation begajah which is my last name or in the united states. My dad was from angola which is two countries of south africa on the western coast.

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Interview With Rick McFarland, Chief Data Officer at LexisNexis

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

01:36 min | Last month

Interview With Rick McFarland, Chief Data Officer at LexisNexis

"So. I'm excited to have with us here. Today rick mcfarland. Who is the chief data officer at lexus. Nexus hi rick and thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at lexus. Nexus and maybe for folks. that aren't familiar with lexis. Nexis let them know what it is here. Serve as you mentioned. I am the chief chief data officer for lexus. Nexus and so this usually leads to the question of what you do and most parties i man and so basically i oversee the data governments governance data management data science data strategy. For all of lexis nexis manage. I manage the teams responsible for machine learning and ai development in most of our products and For those of you who those listeners. Don't know of lexis-nexis we actually Provide legal and analytical data all all around the world hundred and sixty two countries. So what else. Can i tell you why i'm also a phd statistician before joining lexus. In two thousand. And seventeen i was the chief data scientist at the hearst corporation. And before that. I was actually i worked for amazon. I manage the retail data warehouse teams and after that the kindle team so i've had kind of a diverse background before i found my way over here to the legal data space.

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World Leaders Can't Agree on How to Handle Today's Russia

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:57 min | Last month

World Leaders Can't Agree on How to Handle Today's Russia

"Thirty two countries more than five thousand troops land sea and air yesterday. The annual joint military exercises in the black sea known as seabreeze began. This year's are the broadest yet. it's been going. Since nineteen ninety-seven coordinating american forces with those of regional. Nato allies bulgaria romania and turkey in see also bordered by russia and ukraine. The exercises come a busy time both militarily and diplomatically tensions have escalated between russia and the united kingdom on the seas off the coast of crimea. Line if you don't look i'll give me hora. We kiss up six zero. We will continue to in last week. Russian and british forces crossed paths in the sea and the details are disputed. The encounter clearly rattled nerves yesterday. Russia's president vladimir putin met virtually with his chinese counterpart xi jinping just twelve days. After mr putin met with president joe biden. Germany and france have also expressed interest in an e. u. summit with mr putin and uncertain rebalancing appears to be going on here strategic split between keeping dialogue with mr putin open and keeping him at arm's length. I think we've lived for a long time. In the era where western politicians has in a way been on a different wavelength when it comes to hard power or cauda. Ostrovsky is economists russia editor. Last week we had a british warship. Hms defender challenge russia's claim to the voices off the crimean peninsula crimea of course being the ukrainian territory that russia invaded an extant continues to occupy since two thousand fourteen

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The Truth About Salt With Dr. James DiNicolantonio

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:28 min | Last month

The Truth About Salt With Dr. James DiNicolantonio

"Let's talk about salt. Why it was demonized. Why it's so important for our health. It was originally demonized just due to blood pressure and very similarly there were scientists back in the nineteen fifties demonizing salts similar to how we demonize saturated fat they would look correlations to wear certain populations that consumed a higher amount. It was correlated that you know high salt intake may increase blood pressure. So actually it was a it was a clinical study looking at six populations but insult came out in the you know mapsi hunt. Basically fifty years later looked at fifty two countries and when you eliminated the floor on primal basically you know population that were consuming very very low. Nounce you actually had a drop in blood pressure salt intake increase so they were only basically. The studies were short studies looking at a limited amount of populations trying to find a correlation. And really that. That's where most of our guidance comes from because all our nutritional guidance stems from the nineteen seventies in basically were. This was before you had systematic reviews and meta analyses extra clinical studies in in those dietary goals that came out in nineteen seventy seven and then the first dietary guidelines in nineteen eighty. They started recommending. Low-sulphur everyone a low saturated fat low total fat high amount of carbohydrate intakes. So everything really stems from there and that's really were basically we went wrong so these were basically large epidemiological studies looking at kind of surveys. What people were consuming is that correct and also obviously which those studies can show correlation. But they can't show a direct causation. There were just hypothesis that were brought about and sometimes hypothesis when when scientists say them enough they no longer become hypothesis. They become you know scientific truth. I guess you could say but ultimately we didn't really have true interventional studies that were demonstrating that actually was causation exempt. I mean even worse to is. They were cherry picking the population. You're looking at it. Same thing happened with saturated fat. They cherry picked the six countries. Study in even though there were a total of twenty. Three countries So when you add it. All the countries back there was no increase in heart disease with saturated fat in same thing with salt when you added fifty countries back. You didn't see that rise in blood pressure with higher salt

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The Latest: Biden arrives at venue for summit with Putin

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

The Latest: Biden arrives at venue for summit with Putin

"President Joe Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin start their diplomatic talks in Geneva the two were greeted by Swiss president D. Parmalat who spoke through a translator which runs this year I wish you both presidents a fruitful dialogue in the interest of your two countries and the world that reporters yell questions which went unanswered as the leaders headed inside both sides will first hold a small meeting that includes just by didn't Hooton the U. S. secretary of state and the Russian foreign minister with translators they'll then move to larger talks with more senior aides discussions planned include cybercrime Russia's alleged interference in American elections as well as arms control and Russia's intrusion in Ukraine both sides played down expectations for any major breakthroughs while stressing the need to restore more stable relations between the two nations I'm Julie Walker

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"two countries" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:46 min | Last month

"two countries" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is an understatement. And timing is everything in life. So right now we have Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin behind closed doors for their summit in Geneva and we have right here with us former Secretary of State under Donald Trump. Mike Pompeo. Good morning, Mr Pompeo. Mr. Secretary. So nice to have you here. Well, good morning. It is great to be with you, sir. Thanks for having me on the show today. I appreciate it. This is great timing, So we're going to get to why you're here and this pack that you have formed, but I've got to ask you the question. What's going on behind closed doors there? And are you concerned? I am concerned, but I hope because we always want America succeed. I hope that President Biden is acting in ways that he hasn't been in these last few days in a trip to Europe, and frankly, these 1st 150 days. Hopefully showing American resolve. I hope he is fearless about talking about how great an exceptional nation America is. He's not apologizing for us. He's talking about the things the Russians have done to us. His responding to them. He's making clear won't just be about What you say about words. But it will be about actions the United States is prepared to take. That's how that's how President Trump and I handled Vladimir Putin when we met with him, it's the right approach where I haven't seen that kind of steely eyed resolved from President Biden. But that's what America needs, and I hope that's what's happening. I know the Trump administration's philosophy was in a good philosophy, negotiate from a position of strength. I don't see this as a position of strength. We just gave Vladimir Putin what he needs to stay in power, which is selling oil. We allowed him to open up his pipeline while we closed our own. No, it's it's crazy, and we joined the Paris climate accords further hobbling our own energy industry to the benefit that the Russians and the Chinese I mean, the Paris climate accord is a gift. To those two countries. Markets do a darn thing for environment and, you know, they also reedited nuclear agreement. They extracted nothing for it. They they they allowed the colonial pipeline to be attacked, moving, preventing us from moving oil up and down our Eastern seaboard. So far as I could tell the response was pretty weak. Putin would have seen that he was walking in today's meeting likely, very confident that he could push President Biden around. We're speaking with Mike Pompeo, former secretary of state under Donald Trump, and also forming a new pack. We're going to get into in a second, but Mr Secretary, the other issue, China Wuhan. I did hear you. Another interviews say that you have grave concerns and do believe that the virus leaked from the lab. I do believe that I think it's far and away the most likely Place that this came from it could be wrong. Happy to learn more about the science that we've seen to date today that we see that they suggest that this came from Wuhan Institute of Virology. We also know importantly, we know enough now to hold the Chinese accountable. We know this virus came from Wuhan. We know there were doctors that were there. Went to the hospital with symptoms that looked and observed, just like covid. We know that they continue to cover up to the state creating risk that this could happen again. We have to hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable. They took actions that result in the death of three million people around the world. Hundreds of thousands here in the United States and we still have lots of American family. Are out of work can't find can't find a way to take care of the families because of what the Chinese Communist Party did. We need to hold them accountable for the Wuhan virus, it was was as destructive as anything they could have foisted upon the world. We're talking with Mike Pompeo, former secretary of state under the presidency of Donald Trump. Now you are launching A new pack Calves pack champion American values and and the mission here is to win the midterms. Do you feel like you're in a good position right now Republicans are in a good position when it comes to the Senate and the house in terms of control. I am optimistic, but there's a long ways to go. It's going to take an awful lot of hard work. I've been at it already in his last 100, plus days since I left my role as secretary of state, doing dozens of political events, helping candidates from state legislative offices all the way up there. Folks who are running for the United States Senate Gaffe Pack is designed to look, I was a young cavalry, soldier. Goodness too long ago down, but we we sounded, we sent the cavalry sounds the alarm and rides to the sound of the guns and Is the first to fight. I wanted to create an organization that would do just that to help people who say I'm going to go do this. I'm going to run for my City Council. I'm going to run for school board to be a resource for them to be successful. We have to win these elections. We can all see what happens when we don't we can see the direction that the progressive left wants to take the country. I'm committed to doing everything that I can and cash back. I hope folks will go see the website at Cap back calm. I hope they will. They will go see that and the C cat pack in action, the work that I and my team are doing, and I hope they'll join during the cavalry alongside of me. Well, speaking of that team, and I have to ask you this question, Mike Pompeo name comes up all the time. As a person who will be running for the Republican nomination for president in 2024. I would be very happy as a supporter of army. I always cheer for them against Navy that that good for you if if you were to make that announcement right here on the gym, Polledo show that would just make me so happy Secretary Jim You give me that You gave me all the incentive I needed. But today Today. I'm simply focus. We've got just 17 months until we're going to be hard at this again. We have to win these elections. What happens in 2024 in terms of my royal where I'll be? Who knows? I know only does it? No, I'll still be in the fight. These things that matter to our families to people who are just trying to find that first run on the economic ladder. These things matter to me and to my wife. We're going to stay in the fight. I promise you Wherever I am in 2024, it will be helping Someone be successful in making sure the Democrats don't retain the White House secretary Pompeo you you did some incredible work as secretary of state You're watching now, as your successor is sitting alongside the president in one of the important most important meetings of his administration thus far and maybe for his entire term. Um what? What are you? What are you concerned about the most right now coming out of that meat when they come out of that meeting? You know if President Biden is viewed as having not protected and secured American values, and there was having been weak, it will certainly matter with respect to how Vladimir Putin will respond. Help will be more cyberattacks Hill. That more assassination campaigns all the things that these folks step, but the others are watching to Xi Xinping in China Chairman Kim in North Korea, the Ayatollah in Iran. They're all watching as well, if they see in America that is not prepared. To defend itself and support his friends and allies around the world. They'll drive a truck through that weakness, and we know this back from the days of Reagan piece is deterred by strength and weakness begets war. We We can't let that happen. Secretary Pompeo. We appreciate your time. Calves pac dot com Secretary Pompeo opening that up today to help in the Republicans win in the 2022 midterms. Mr Secretary. You're welcome here all whenever you want and thank you So much for your service and go army, sir. Go, army, Jim, We'll talk to you again soon. Thanks for having me on today. So bye Bye. All right. Secretary Pompeo graduated 1986 from Army. A good friend of buying graduated in 1980. The, uh, I got to speak with him before we went on for the interview, and he does know My good friend Chris. Who? By the way, graduated number one in his class. Okay. You heard it. Denny. You heard it right there, And I know we've got a minute before the break here. Um, and again. We appreciate the secretary giving us some time. But he said you negotiate from a position of strength the right now as they are behind closed doors in Geneva. They are watching. You heard him Mention the Ayatollah. You heard him mention on top of the Ayatollah, the premier of China, the president of China, whatever you want to call They're all watching for signs of weakness. They're all watching. They want to know what's happening. They want to know what Biden is doing. And believe me, Putin is going to come out of this, and he's going to make a statement and Biden is going to make a statement..

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President Biden arrives in Belgium ahead of NATO summit

Brian Mudd

00:24 sec | Last month

President Biden arrives in Belgium ahead of NATO summit

"He's with 29 world leaders to discuss things like Russia, China global terrorism, cyber threats and climate change. After that, the president's next stop is Geneva first sit down with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. They're meeting comes as both Biden and Putin have agreed that relations between their two countries have reached an all time low. Coming up on 11 03. It looks

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Biden on US-Russia Relations Ahead of Meeting With Putin

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Biden on US-Russia Relations Ahead of Meeting With Putin

"President Joe Biden previewed his Wednesday meeting with Russia's president Vladimir Putin at the end of the G. seven summit president Biden agreed with the head of Russia who told NBC news that the relationship between the two countries is at its lowest point in recent years I think he's right it's a low point and it depends on how he responds to acting consistent with international norms which in many cases he has not I'll meet Wednesday in Geneva to discuss a range of issues we're not looking for conflict we are looking to resolve those actions which we think are inconsistent international norms and he told reporters there's a good reason that there will be separate news conferences after the meeting I will make clear my view of how that meeting turned out he'll make clear how hip hop from his perspective how it turned out I'm surely after

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Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

"And firstly. The australian government has extended its overseas travel ban for yet another three months until now at least the seventeenth of september. Two thousand and twenty one and it's the fifty three month extension to the human by security emergency period restrictions under the biosecurity act in a row which places restrictions on international travel and cruises. But there has been some progress in restarting international travel. At least four. Some international students coming to new south wales. The new south wales government has announced a pilot program which could start in july and run in addition to the existing hotel quarantine program for returning australians and under this program an initial two hundred and fifty international students per fortnight will be allowed to arrive into sydney and quarantine indicated student accommodation for a fortnight last week. The guardian reported that the federal government is considering another pilot program which could allow vaccinated australians travel overseas and then face less strict quarantine requirements when they return if they coming from a country deemed to be a low risk of covid nineteen and this could start within six to eight weeks. According to the guardian although this report has not been verified by government and there's been no announcement yet so these kinds of reports do need to be taken with quite a large pinch of salt if ustralia deed remove. It's outbound travel ban for people who have been vaccinated. It would be just the third country in the world which bans citizens who are unvaccinated against covid nineteen from leaving but makes exemptions for people who are vaccinated with saudi arabia and kuwait. Being the other two countries with those roles although vaccines in saudi arabia and kuwait are now widely available and people who are ineligible. For vaccine in those countries such as children are exempt from the travel ban as it stands. Australia is one of just seven countries in the world with a blanket ban preventing all of its citizens from leaving the country without a specific travel. Exemption

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China’s Zhurong Rover Snaps a Selfie on the Surface of Mars

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:38 sec | Last month

China’s Zhurong Rover Snaps a Selfie on the Surface of Mars

"Iraqi Martian surface center, Chinese rover and lender bearing small national flags were seen in photos released today that the rover took on the Red Planet before pictures released by the China National Space Administration also show the upper stage of the Euro, Grover and the view from the rover before it rolled off its platform. China landed the Chan win one spacecraft carrying the rover on Mars last month after it's been about three months orbiting the Red Planet. China is the second country, the land and operated spacecraft on Mars. After the United States, the six wheeled rover is surveying an area known as Utopia Planitia, especially searching for signs of water or ice that could lend clues as to whether Mars ever sustained life. Ernie Bennett

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Apple CEO, Tim Cook, Takes Stand in Antitrust Trial

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Apple CEO, Tim Cook, Takes Stand in Antitrust Trial

"The weekend. China's mars rover began. Roving a week after touching down on the red planet. These you wrong rover began a ninety day tour. Ill investigate the planet's soil enrolls in atmosphere as it looks for signs of water ice below the planet's surface china the second country to successfully operate a rover on mars the us. I did it in nineteen

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Talking Israel With Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz

People of the Pod

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Talking Israel With Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz

"In two thousand five congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz introduced a house resolution urging then president george w bush to proclaim a month that would recognize the more than three hundred and fifty years of jewish contributions to american culture. The resolution passed unanimously. As did a similar one in the senate and the month of may was selected as jewish american heritage month. Debbie wasserman schultz joins us now to discuss some of those contributions congresswoman. It's good to be with you again. Welcome back to people the pod. Thank you. I feel like it would be awkward to start our without acknowledging what is unfolding in israel as we speak and the debate about israel that's unfolding in congress. You gave a very moving speech on the house floor last week. In which you said. Israel has taken serious steps to deescalate the conflict while hamas has only escalated. Its attacks so it's especially irresponsible to demonize israel's conduct while ignoring her right to self-defense. Why is there such disagreement. And what do you believe. Some of your colleagues do not understand about israel. I honestly think this is an example of the necessity of educating our colleagues about the importance and his history of the unc. Israel relationship the importance of bringing members of congress to israel so that they learn more not just about the orange jewish state but about the beacon of democracy that israel is the similarities between our two countries and israel's identical priorities in terms of standing up for injustice and the basis of their laws being such that equal treatment under the law is a priority whereas when you're dealing with hamas you can't look at how mom it's anything other than a terrorist bernama legitimate political organization. Yes they have had people elected where they try to pretend to be both legitimate political party terrorist organization. You can't be and so education is really the key thing

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Indigenous People Are Using Documentaries to Tell Their Own Stories

Unreserved

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Indigenous People Are Using Documentaries to Tell Their Own Stories

"You are on indian. Land was directed by michael gonna takeo mitchell a mohawks maker from aqua socity. He also narrated. The film was awesome which the white man calls the saint regis reservation on this line long before the two countries decided to draw line between themselves. Michael was part of what is known as the indian film crew. It was the first all indigenous unit at the fbi. The use of the word indian was a product of the time. So i'm using it in a historical context i'm talking about quote unquote indian as in indigenous. So michael was one of seven indigenous members. Who made up the indian film crew. There was also dibwe filmmaker roy daniels. Tom o'connor snobby. Barbara wilson who has haida north star blanket cree and magma filmmakers morris isaac and willie done so the crew represented many nations members also created a number of important works documentaries like these are my people. I'm a more fog. And i was born on this reservation and i was raised here and i don a lot of traffic times on the other nations in discontinuity and films like the other side of the ledger. An indian view on the hudson's bay company in sixteen seventy charles the second granted the company of adventures trading into hudson's bay otherwise known as the hudson's bay company this charter giving the company an absolute trade monopoly over one million square miles of land. In what is now canada. The indian film crew was established at a time when indigenous people were often the subjects of documentaries but weren't behind the cameras creating the films themselves in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. A man named george stoney who was an executive director at the fbi decided it was time to put the camera in the hands of indigenous people.

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Living in The 49th Parallel

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Living in The 49th Parallel

"Hi you have reached. The alice obscure podcasts. I'm going to leave me a message about a strange unusual or surprising. Place that happens to be near where you grew up or where you live. Now hi patty mccaskey and we live in kind of time-warp it's a small fishing village. Just a few sips south of the canadian border It's still very much fishing village Both right and fisher native people go out fishing every day and night that they're allowed and really a free move the founder. The diesel engines. There's nothing that's going on today. haven't grown on. It takes me back clouds thousands of years. He can see the way the life just continues on the way it always has something very timeless about one of the cool things about playing. Is that in the late nineteenth century. This is where the americans and the british. I bet to establish the forty nineth parallel separating our two countries and mercury number one is right outside. Live on my sailboat Outside i can see it from my my vote. And then they took it across the country across the forty ninth parallel all the way out to i guess newfoundland We also have the peace arch and that is A beautiful monument celebrating the longest undefended border international border on earth. That's kind of cool. I wasn't born here We sailed up here. Six years ago thinking we would continue unto alaska and then go down to mexico but there is something captivating about this place. There's just something that brings the past allies. Thank you bye.

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Israel Says It Strikes Targets in Syria After Missile Attack

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Israel Says It Strikes Targets in Syria After Missile Attack

"The Israeli military says its country was attacked by missile fire from Syria and Israel has retaliated it began with reports of air raid sirens going off in the Negev desert near the town of Dimona where Israel's secretive nuclear reactors located and reports of explosions in central Israel there were concerns about possible Iranian involvement with tensions high between the two countries now the Israeli military says the missiles were fired from neighboring Syria and then it struck Syrian targets in response the Iranians are blaming Israel for a series of incidents targeting Iran's nuclear program and has vowed revenge after a mysterious fire recently damaged an Iranian research site I am Jackie Quinn

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A Conversation About Trees With Canopy Founder Nicole Rycroft

Wardrobe Crisis

02:25 min | 3 months ago

A Conversation About Trees With Canopy Founder Nicole Rycroft

"To the crisis. Podcast nicole right craft. I'm so happy that we to do this me too. It's been a while in the making And i we've been trying but we're doing this very special compensation for fashion revolution. Which makes it even better. Indeed one of my favorite organizations working to revolutionize the fashion industry. I'd love to begin by asking you where you are an adult made in your house where your house is surrounded by trees. You're in vancouver. I am in vancouver's which is on the west coast of canada and surrounded by trees. That i have a poc. My house looks out onto a pack. Which has really beautiful trees in it. And i can see from here across to the nostril mountains which are not very far away and it's just a blanket of green that i get to look out on And those forests have been a real lifesaver actually in this past year and we've all been in various stages of walked out. I was just gonna tell you this that i went to the puck to try to shake off my desk energy because yesterday s adesco die for fifteen hours and it was so nice and with birds everywhere and i was really hoping to the cookers who sometimes there and they came and they were all laughing at me and kind of pitch looking chubby on the tree. It was so nice like my favorite way to wake up in fact actually have a ringtone cooked bars as my My wakeup along if canada There was an ozzy friend of mine. Who was living here at the time and you know canadians are so polite and i was just constantly offending people. Just by being an ozzy. Frank being direct and she drew this great analogy from me. Shows like you know like historians and canadians. Kind of like the boots that you have in australia and canada and that in canada boats beautiful and the quiet and they're as part of the scenery and and then in australia you have like cockatoos and gelinas like loud squad loud and obnoxious really and that is kind of the parallel between out. Two countries

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"two countries" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"two countries" Discussed on Post Reports

"Right now Shantha War covers foreign affairs for the post. He's the author of the Today's World View newsletter and call him.

"two countries" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"two countries" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The two countries USA's John hunter reports shoot **** was released in Switzerland in exchange for an Iranian citizen Massoud solely army who is being held in Atlanta jail over accusations he violated US sanctions **** is a Chinese born naturalized United States citizen fourth your doctoral student of history at Princeton University he was arrested in August of two thousand sixteen while carrying out research on Iran's quite jarred dynasty for his PhD according to the university and the US government for USA radio news I'm John hunt there was a special one hundredth birthday for a member of the famed Tuskegee airman WUSA TV reporter keep nineteen says Charles McGee got to take to the skies again only called there I got the call to be the colonel's copilot in this vision jet is hand goes through a problem like a dozen we're going to fax you now and so let me get a clearance from the tax law he flew in World War two as a test to determine back then like pilots were sent home after fifty missions but McGee flew one hundred thirty six flights over **** Europe their vision is important technology and won the we hope this doesn't interest is but it was at the controls that this centenarian was young again for USA radio news I'm when the king Greece's cheap airfare custom fortune Paris not much closer and again airfare what about plant away after let's face it flying anywhere is just too expensive what's best low cost airline with one call to low cost airline you'll drastically slash your travel costs we're talking insanely low airline prices to any of.

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"two countries" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"two countries" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Two countries and said some US troops will stay in the southern part of Syria this after president last week said the US was withdrawing from the northern part of the country now the latest traffic and weather together accidents still be reported clean city Avenue at Grand Avenue and closed due to blink since Wednesday the Roebling suspension bridges said three open at ten o'clock ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. job a clear sky low dropping down to forty for your Tuesday sunny and warmer high of seventy three a chance of showers and storms Tuesday overnight into Wednesday morning we could see some rain that partly sunny skies and cooler temperatures a high of only fifty six right now radar showing a clear sky in our current temperature fifty nine degrees the Kentucky state police in Campbell county fire investigation team or trying to find out why a barn caught fire killing three members of a family in Pendleton county thirty five year old Carl preserve ache in his seventy nine year old daughters were said to have been in the living space in the second for the barn along state route seventeen it's a must fill in the fire broke out late Sunday night the structure recently built by the family with timber what less than one hundred yards away from their home did have electricity and its loft was furnished and served as a play area for the kids because of ex wife and three other children were sleeping in the house at the time of the fire a one million dollar bond was set today for a man charged with murder and robbery in Middletown eighteen year old Cameron tiles is accused of shooting and killing thirty five year old Michael stored inside a home on ninth Avenue near South Main street Saturday night police believe that Kyle's target store because the new store dealt drugs tiles also accused of stealing drugs and money from stored after.

"two countries" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Although after accounting for driver payment uber saw a four percent increase in its take so everybody likes food delivery yeah yeah that's that's for sure and <hes> uber and lift both losing money at different rates lift growing a little faster faster than uber but also lift had a smaller writer based debate with so it can grow faster because it's got more room to grow <hes> the big question about uber and grab grab and <hes> deedee and all of these is can they get to profitability is will they continue to get the ridership yep if they raise the prices and we're seeing them finally start to raise the prices. We're seeing paying. Drivers moore's eat into profits for uber <hes> is is. Is this something where i don't think it's going to go away tomorrow. But is it going to fulfill the bet of all of its investors. Which are we understand. It's gonna lose money for awhile. That's typical gophers startups. That's that's not a controversial thing in business because usually you're like but we know the plan to profitability. We know what the plan to profitability ability for uber is we. It's just starting. I'm starting to wonder if they can get their. Maybe they can at a lot of this major lost the uber. This round was to do with their r._p._o. Unpacking paying at shares and so forth but still lost a lot of money even without that one hundred and something million <hes> it's it's a rice between helen can shea shea otas white for the profitability versus do they lose faith in the proper profitability using the shares are after this earnings announcement yeah eh it affects not losing faith in that ship process continues to two full than the rice <unk>. Becoming profitable is gonna lose out so <hes> it's it's just a matter of trying to bait that bullet before mrs just give up on a shaky <hes> roy. That's already starting to look what the wheels of falling off well. We've already seen writers complain and in some cases protests in certain places around the world <hes> that their their chairs going down so the rides the rides are up up more people are using uber than ever <hes> if you account for driver payment uber's not seeing a huge increase in its stake but if you lower <hes> the driver payouts outs enough then the drivers will go to another competitor like lift or stop working for ride hailing services entirely so it is a it's a tricky situation and according servings report uber has been going the other way. They've been increasing the amount that they're paying drivers and i would..

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"two countries" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Outside of north america point of view. We no one really cares <hes>. I'm just saying a twenty. Four percent. Interest rate on a credit card seems insane to me. <hes> that's well well beyond even if you you have a low credit score and things like that for us down in down under <unk> yet not not out and not really looking forward to coming to be on the new york times. John herman has an article up called. Why aren't we talking about linked in lincoln as a news feed with comment and share button at the end of last year linked and reported over two million posts and videos and articles course through the lincoln feed. It says it had six hundred forty five million users. One hundred eighty million of those are in north north america and yet lincoln has mostly avoided a lot of the controversies in problems of twitter and facebook which would be competitors. The story implies is that this is because it's a more workplace atmosphere that and it also kind of acts as a record of you and your job description and resume if you're trying to look for a job people can look look. Look up and see what you've been up to. Lincoln lincoln also has an internal editorial team of sixty five who right and curate business content and many of its best features like messaging people that you are already connected to require you to pay yes so it's a different animal than twitter and facebook because you have to pay to get the most most of it l. o. Facebook you can argue if you're a marketer you have to pay to get the most out of it too <hes> and and it's meant for something particular and it well on on the one hand it's apples and oranges and you can't really say like well but you know these are massive social networks that are attempting to connect the world. This one was really focused. Just around workplace environments lincoln has been able to expand its mission without undermining the quality of its community and maybe what i'd like to suggest is that is a better way to approach social networks. Maybe the way we solve some of these problems with facebook and twitter is having more focused communities where people don't want to risk their reputation in that community because they like it right now on facebook and twitter who cares if you risk your reputation with the facebook and twitter because there's no point to it right <hes> linked in very specifically as you might not get hired. That's a big motivator. Not say something stupid and behave yourself but but if you're in a community of like minded people who all love a particular kind of thing. I don't know if it's a television show or whatever you start to feel a little bit of the same thing my crazy no you're not. You're not crazy dog ahead rush. I'd agree about that. It's it's a record of who you are looking very much. Fix <hes> i just recently had a new <hes> boss coming into a mile fus and he already knew everyone and those sort of what he gathered as the sun is by looking them up online din so what you share okay the way you act. The way you interact with people on linked in is is almost a facade of the person underneath because you outwardly presenting yourself to the world as as an employable person one. That's making connections in that. I kind of think of it as like the tiny robinson of social networks like it's it's not a place where people go to sort of <hes> put fire opinion <unk> lift wing roaming opinions on certain subjects is really elite just representing you as an enjoyable character in the world and very different to the out of social networks that are around in a lot of the things that i say shared on there when i do so to bother to go look a very sort of corporate in nature or why representing what you've done a big night yourself a little bit more to make yourself a little more appealing to those recruiters potential employees rather than joining your local community or knife with facebook group and complaining the beans on bank collected wrought tom on the day so i definitely underutilized lincoln because i've for the last decade now that is where my resume lives in every once in a while like oh i got update that i've been doing some things into the last time i was here and then there'll be messages that i hadn't seen and because i don't have notifications on however many of my peers use linked in the way that i use facebook <hes> it is a connection tool. <hes> there are articles being written and people are giving each other accolades for jobs well done and i even produce a podcast where recently the the.

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"two countries" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Between the two countries relationship we should cherish it as a relationship, we should build on. It is a relationship, we should be proud joint news conference on many issues, including the future of trade after the UK leaves, the EU FOX's Rachel Sutherland is live in Washington wasted during a joint news conference with Prime Minister Theresa May President Trump said Mexico is facing escalating tariffs next week because they haven't done enough to stop the flow of Central American migrants, we'll probably be talking during the time that the tariffs are on, and they're going to be paid on trade. Prime minister may said she remains hopeful about Ihnen bishops agreement while positive discussions today. I know that we both remain committed to this crafting, lasting trade deals, complicated by the UK's ongoing divorce from the European Union known as Brexit. Lisa. Meantime, Rachel thousands of protesters in London. Critical Trump administration policies though the overall crowds appear smaller than during a visit last year and includes some Trump supporters days after a mass shooting in Virginia. The governor is calling for a special session on gun control. Fox's tonnage powers with this live, Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam democrat says he wants the Republican controlled general assembly to take action to prevent more mass shootings like the one in Virginia Beach that killed twelve on Friday and he wants it done this summer. He says the special session will take gun laws, including a ban on silencers and magazines that hold more than ten rounds. We'll be asking for votes and LOL, not though and pros Republicans have previously rejected Northerns attempts at gun control at a top GOP lawmaker has signalled on Monday. He is open to debate. Lisa Hayes Tanya. There's a big rally on Wall Street right now. The Dow is up four hundred.

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"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"November ninth rated r. And now the Beal who this Mark Whitaker fellow. He's an imposing midwesterner who doesn't believe in Marbury v Madison, which is say he doesn't quite by the idea of judicial precedent president. There's only one president. I think you know, that is Donald J Trump. No, not president precedent shut up with your words in your consistency. Maybe Mark Whitaker was saying in saying he doesn't believe in Madison the Marbury v Madison. He wasn't talking about James, Madison or supreme court case about Madison Wisconsin, home of the badgers because as an Iowa Hawkeye Mark Whitaker would go into camp Randall stadium and do battle. What's that? You would not heard that Mark Whitaker was an Iowa Hawkeye football player. Parents. You don't know Mark Whitaker man, who does know Mark Whitaker. Bob house was on morning edition today to vouch for his friends outstanding and upstanding nature. You'll find a man. Who is got a heart of a lion? You don't become a tight end with the big can put ball team playing the Rosebowl. If you're shrinking violet that was an answer to host, Rachel Morton's point. Which is you know, he suggested the entire Russia investigation was a left-wing hoax. Great answer because it's true Whitaker did play football at Iowa. He did play in the Rose Bowl. He had two receptions and twenty three yards not in the Rose Bowl during the entire Rose Bowl season. One ten catch season. Also to be fair that reference to the football experience that forged the man that we know today. It was not the only reference on morning edition. I think that if you know, Matt as I am a lot of other people know that you will know that this is a this is a man who has a very strong core again hearkening back to the eighties. You don't play tight end. So the university of Iowa and take the kind of. Shots hip that he took get up get back in the game. If you're not a person that's got a very strong core. So what you're saying is to know a tight end is to know. Goodness. And metal tight end is a stand in for character. Good morning. Aaron Hernandez went from star tied in for the New England Patriots with a forty million dollar contract. Seon say a new baby to convicted murderer. Okay, fine. But that's Aaron Hernandez. He's a member of a totally different team. We're talking about big ten football players specifically, I awoke football players. Those guys are unimpeachable Hawkeye football player facing drug charges. Just hours before the start of Iowa's final football game of twenty ten. Oh, okay. Okay. One. I will football player. Arrested Durell Johnson kalaiana s- became the most prolific wide receiver in Iowa history. Catching more passes for more yards than any Hawkeye hit ever done. But now his legacy is tarnished. Thanks to off the field activities. Johnson kalaiana HS made his initial court. Parents this morning after being arrested for seven drug related charges yesterday police executing a drug bust on the house shirt. Look, this is a stupid line of defense that some other tight end and on Iowa tight end or so that some other non tight end Iowa player. I mean, the thesis was simple. You play tight end in Iowa. You're a good person. I don't know. Maybe call me crazy. We've talk about the actual individual and the traits. He has rather than just the position of Tida ended Iowa because we are talking about Mark Whitaker specific Iowa tight end. Who is a very good guy. And we know he's a good guy because the president vouches for him as he did when asked about Whitaker on FOX and friends one of the question in the Washington Post this morning. It says that you talked to the attorney general's chief of staff about replacing the attorney general, apparently, according to the post you talk to Matthew Whitaker..

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"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Like he specifically he liked immigrants too much. Dave brat was like immigrants are terrible. And then he won Eric cantor. Didn't even like, I think there's one there's like maybe one speech like in private where he said immigrants are fine. And like I was on earth. And that was the whole campaign. But it lost to the George Mason professor or you could go to his class as an immigrant whose campaign was immigrants or tower, George Mason, professor a weird sort of quasi Molly going on. But anti-trump energy is the reason why Bamber even had a shot, and then to close the gap. You have sort of the bread and butter issues like health care like taxes, and so on and so forth. So I think it's both right like voters both won the Democratic Congress or the democratic house who act as a check on Trump. I think the exit polls say something like, you know, a majority of voters who came out to vote like Trump is a big factor in their vote in those voters sixty percent relate, you get a check on Trump, but may also wanna preserve middle-class entitlements middle class health benefits. And the like, I don't think you have to think there's sort of like a contradiction. They're both are in effect. Which is why I think it's odd that democratic leadership in the house has been like, oh, we're going to work together with Trump. We're going to you know, pass infrastructure. When will that we come again? I think those I think those two things go together because if you look at Trump's sort of sending live traditionally Republican voters or Republican leaning voters window shopping for a new party, Democrats are extended olive branch in the form of focusing on pre existing conditions talk about infrastructure things like that, you know, you're not like hitting the newcomers hard with like abolish, ice or whatever. So, you know. And then I think they're trying to retain these these districts I head for the next couple of years. So they sort they sorted out to start the newcomers easy a little bit. It's so adorable to see the sort of Nancy Pelosi being like we'll be reasonable because that works. It's not gonna freeze doesn't doesn't translate into anything? He just looked like suckers. But now when I, but that's it. I'm not the like impeach him tomorrow guy. I want to impeach him. Slowly, then I do think and then all at once and then really quick. But but I do think that there is something sort of. So I don't know it just strikes me as this sort of childlike optimism that maybe this time, maybe this time Lucy won't pull the football and separate children from their families at the border like it's just crazy. I have noticed that. Yes. All right, guys. That's it. We wanna thank you very much. Thank you all for coming out. Thanks for voting. This up Assode is brought to you by Amazon studios. Beautiful boy coming to theaters this fall based on the claim memoirs of father and son, David Nick, chef beautiful, boy is a powerful and emotional look into the lives of other and son as they journey through parenting. Analysts this heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival relapse and recovery feature. Steve Carell and Timothy shallow may who shine their respective roles with deep and genuine onscreen chemistry. The rap affirms Carell is a marvelously sensitive largely quiet tour divorce and the playlist claims shallow may find the emotional core of this character and hangs onto it for dear life variety says every last thing the movie shows us is entirely authentic from the award winning producers of twelve years of slave and moonlight beautiful. Boy, his select theaters Tober twelve and nationwide..

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"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"He suffered from an overt racial animus, and yet the amendment to give the franchise back to ex-felons in that state doesn't just pass passes overwhelmingly. And by the way, that's going. You know, there's like forty percent of the black man in in Florida can't vote that is going to be a huge boon to injecting the state with more of these black voters who you're also saying, we'll be the death knell of the very people and the candidates who the Republican party backed it seems at least a little more complex than pure racism. I wouldn't look at that. Nice laced at the campaign that the organizers ran right? The campaign. The organisers ran was explicitly. This will help lots of white people. I'm not sure that the fact that a bunch of. Florida Republicans voted for it necessarily means that they recognize the longterm implications of it. And I think there is something to the fact that the simple fact that the amendment didn't have any sort of black standard-bearer helped its passage, right? There was no personality attribute to it. It wasn't really connected to national politics in a way that Gillam was I think in addition to race there is a real sort of trigger the libs ethos among the Republican electorates such that any democrat. He becomes sufficiently connected to national Democrats gets hit with it. So, you know, betas an unusual case because I'm not sure he could have gotten so close to be didn't become sort of a celebrity. But it certainly the case that you he received people voted against him because they were just like, I don't like the fact that Democrats like that dude. Yeah. But there's negative partisanship. I I'll say it on both sides. And and a lot of polls a lot of polls show that Democrats have worse opinion. About Republicans than vice versa. Well, that that's my, you know, my enduring question that I want one of you to to answer in short declarative sentences is how much Trump and Trump is. I'm really was on the ballot because that was certainly going into the election. Trump really wanted this to be an election about Trump. It seems to me that you know, on the left. I'm not sure we saw Democrats wholeheartedly, you know, engaging in if if one person in five marched where were they? So I don't know that the renunciation of Trumpism was, you know, the the the mandate here and alternatively I don't know how much Trump helped in some of the places where he endorsed. I almost wonder if we're in this other universe where all the kind of oxygen in the room goes to this conversation about this was a referendum on Trump and Trump ISM. But in a weird way like much of what happened was not that or didn't feel like that. I don't know. That's that's just me spit balling. But I think. We have inclined to think it's a referendum on Trump is more than than it may feel just if you look at the coalitions. I mean, this is the demographic shift that Trump started. I mean, the began in two thousand sixteen and was just you know, amplified this time suburban voters white college educated women, especially were just left the Republican party as they did under Trump, and then rural districts, I mean, just really blew up for Trump and helped him win a lot of these Senate seat. So I know it's weird because he's the demographics. Look like it was a referendum on Trump. Then you see the biggest issues that people are voting on its healthcare and Democrats were completely disciplined on healthcare. I don't really know how the to fit together. I mean think you can think of it as anti-trump energy is referred as a ground level for being able to get this the number of democratic votes necessary to win. Like in Virginia seventh district, which w to live in Charleston Virginia, I live in Charleston Virginia, the seventh district is sort of like right over the border of our district. Dave brat who is Republican incumbent loss to Abigail Bamberger who was sort of a newcomer to politics former intelligence officer. And that's like an historically red district consists of lots of rural areas, and sort of Republican leaning suburbs whose Eric Kansas, former straight. There's this one Eric cantor loss in two thousand four two thousand fourteen rather because he was too moderate because he was monitor right..

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"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"He had a terrible opponent. I think you only ended up winning by five or so I mean, that's a pretty red state. They picked Mike dewine this year in the governor's race. I want to that one's gone still capable of electing Democrats. But I think it's in the lean read com now, Missouri is gone. That was a bellwether state for one hundred years, whatever it's completely gone. You know, a lot of the states, but Virginia was always a solidly Republican. I know and now it's a solidly blue state. Right. So that's capable of electing Republicans. So North Carolina's turning blue granted, the diversification of the electorate might be the example. But I think that there are ebbs and flows. And I also have this theory about don't want to bore you with this. This sounds like an excuse, but the places where those democratic incumbents in red states got killed like, Missouri. An indiana. You know, Donald the only reason he's actually in the Senate is they chose a terrible candidate with Murdoch last time around, and, you know, Claire mccaskill do you guys? Remember in twenty twelve she wrote this article for politico, how I manipulated the Republican electorate to pick Todd aching because I could beat this tea party monster. So maybe there are only in there on a rented term anyway. So she was very happy with their tricks tricks. Really, right. Right. One reason to be less optimistic. Mike than newer is that. Is that American politics has always fallen along racial axes? But like we're sort of in a unique moment where explicit sort of like, racial animus as part of the conversation. I mean, I I really watched the presidents have closing add on Tuesday. And it's just like it was like breath breathtakingly racist. Right, right. It was it was it was a stone's throw racist for FOX who uses for line. So you have you have explicit racism in political atmosphere. And it's what Trump revealed was sizable constituency of Americans who that's something they want like for a long time. They couldn't get it. And so they kind of like they voted for Republicans sort of disappointing like, I real I really wish Mitt Romney would talk about how you know, the Mexicans are terrible. But he won't vote for him. Anyway, but I'm not going to be happy about it. Remember Mitt Romney was Donald Trump was advising Mitt Romney to go into the birther stuff. Right. Actually trump. If Trump has any real political genius. It's like recognizing what was essentially an arbitrage opportunity, the Republican party that like the the the leadership was rightly avoiding sort of opening this Pandora's box of like awful race baiting and in racial animus, but the base was like no give it to us mainly like injected into our veins. But and it's funny because I think the flip of that is the gender, right, right? It's the other Valence here, which is all these seats that flipped go to women like it's unbelievable. And and I think it's the same principle. This is a metoo election. This is more than one hundred women which is not enough. But it's on women. It's a big big Valence here is that this person who has explicitly been the most bog allied misogynist that any of us has ever seen a somehow drives, you know, all these these women to say like, okay? Well, I mean, we we have to talk about how women vote because I don't understand it at all like Mel Gibson. It is how how. Minna from minner for Mars than women are from. But, but I do think that that the that confounds everything you're saying might because I think that there are just other axes at work in the selection that are that sort of transcend red and blue and that they've very very much. I think swamp any conversation about because the parties are becoming define along this things. Like, it's no longer the case that you can be sort of like a racially conservative democratic either as a democrat. You're you're down for racial pluralism, or you're not then you're Republican and things were dividing that way, then states that have lots of racially conservative whites just going to become more conservative. And if you have a president who's explicit campaign strategy of stir racial panic, then you're going to see that both states. Those voters are just going to come out and both that racial panic, and there's there's no the reverse is is in suburban places women in non whites coming out to vote. Sort of an opposite vision..

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"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"So I guess the big question for about twelve twenty four hours was was it a wave was it an oscillation was it? The kind of big sweeping wave was at a wave. I would say it was a way of I would say the Democrats should own it. I would not believe anyone who wouldn't call it a wave. So we're going to do. Now. I say Hello. I'm Mike Pesca this Dahlia and Jamal and gym each of us will hold forth about our impressions of the wise or the what now is or wherever else we want to take it. So this called laying the predicate, and then they have some more specific questions w you may begin. Thank you. And thank you all for coming out. This was certainly the only election. I remember people Democrats being fired up about like state attorneys general races. Now, we're talking about the state AG. And I was like right because this actually as. Turns out really matters. But it does in a weird way. I lead us down this path of you know, I remember Walter Dellinger who is acting solicitor general under Clinton wrote this great piece for us a couple years ago just saying we are headed in eggs rudely to red states and blue states like to to America's and part of me. Just feels like there's something. I oh, no Jamila. Tell me why I'm wrong. But there's something there's something deeply Jerry being like. Okay. Screw it y'all. We're going to, you know, good luck getting your abortion and Mississippi, but here in California. Everything's sparked me here in California. We give you abortion coupon. I mean, it's beautiful. And there's something I see that makes a certain amount of sense. But it feels a little Hanky inside to say it if you feel like if you are a liberal progressive leftist who has a vision of sort of like an American social democracy. It is a failure. If we. End up in a situation where state support is entirely patchwork Griff, you're lucky if if you're lucky enough to be born in California, and Texas if you're lucky enough, he born in Maryland in Virginia versus North Carolina and South Carolina, then you'll have access to robust they benefit. And if you're not then good luck. You know? I do think that there is as much countervailing information about us trending towards red states and blue states because if I were to say over the last four elections. All right. Tell me the states that are definitely trending red. You might come up with a bunch of these states in the industrial midwest that just went blue. And if I were to say alright gimme the state. I'll grant you the deep south. But gimme the big state. That's going to be read for a long long time and pretty much be this dug in a dictator of where we're going. Well, you'd say Texas, and there's a decent amount of information. Although let's talk about that that Texas. Although there hasn't been a winner of a state wide race for the last. Ninety seven elections like yours here. It's since one thousand nine hundred four, but I went and counted all the Agee's all the land commissioners, who's now George Bush junior every race for a court in Texas since one thousand nine hundred four Democrats are over ninety seven. So let's stipulate that but they're coming back baby. No. But it does seem that this. So again, my thesis is that are we trending towards red and blue quick tell me the way the trends are going, and I think we have as much opposite information as we have confirming information, I mean, you know, you can't say forever about anything. But for for the foreseeable future. We are getting rhetoric blurred. You can just see that. In the divergence between the house and Senate results. I mean, there was an over performance among Democrats in some suburban districts, but there was a like a very big over performance among Republicans in red states. I mean, all these polls that had Indiana and Missouri close they were not close at all. And John tester. He won. But he won by a smaller margin. He was projected to. Yeah. Same with Joe Manchin Arizona's law, closer, Florida. We don't really know what's happening in Florida. But it's definitely closer than the poll said, so I mean, I, you know, if you look at states where? The sort of the percentage of the population. That's white is sort of staying the same not diversifying it all those are becoming redder states. I mean, Ohio, they elected share and Brown grant..

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"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"It's the gist. I'm Mike Pesca going back to one thousand nine hundred maybe further hundreds went back to nineteen hundred. There were thirteen times the president gets elected to find his party in control of the house of representatives of those previous thirteen times nine times, the president manage to hold the house during the midterms and four times the president lost it this time. Donald Trump lost more seats to lose his party, the house than any Republican since Herbert Hoover. And for that guy. It was certain crash that happened between his election in nineteen twenty eight and the midterms of nineteen thirty now George W Bush is not in that category of president whose party lost the house. The first time they voted after being elected that happened. The second time for George W Bush's second midterm elections, and George W Bush went out there the next day, and he acknowledged defeat the press. Conference that he gave his pretty much known for one word. It was a thumping. But I went back, and I listened to it all and the tone the ignoring of reality from George W Bush is so different from what we got out of Trump. I just couldn't believe it start with this. And they cast their vote for new direction in the house of representatives. And while the ballots are still being counted. The Senate is clear the democrat party and a good night last night. Trump never acknowledged this. Never conceded anything. Appreciate the efforts. They've good in for our candidates from did not do this either. He credited himself for the winds. He talked about the places that he campaigned where his candidates one neatly forgetting, Montana, Nevada and West Virginia, he mocked and ridiculed Republicans who are disloyal to him never acknowledging that his loyalty test in South Carolina, one certainly caused a part of the seat same with the Kansas governor race, they ran a disciplined campaign. Their candidates were well organ. And did a superb job of turning out their votes. Trump didn't say anything close to this fee. Couldn't even compliment people in his own party or console those who lost in his own party. He didn't come close to giving a compliment to the campaigns that were run by the other side and realize that the Democrats won thirty seats plus an independent, so they took thirty one from the Republicans in two thousand six and the Dem's did. Well, if anything a little better this time around it's very fair comparison Trump denied that. There was an accomplishment Bush took away. This message. The message yesterday was clear the American people want their leaders in Washington to set aside partisan differences conduct ourselves ethical matter and work together to address the challenges facing our nation. So when Trump was asked because he didn't offer it independently. What lesson did you learn he said this? I think the results that I've learned maybe confronted. I think people like me. I think people like the job, I'm doing frankly. Yeah. So, you know, in the Bush speech, the reason something was remembered was because it stood out. It was colorful. It was different from the rest of that Bush speech, which is pretty much just Dera gore. Etiquette plus reality. Plus good politics. Any of those things would be real news today. One last George W Bush statement from two thousand six I've been around politics a long time. I understand when campaigns in and I know when governing begins back, then such a simple statement of fact, did not play as a glistening virtue today. It would on the show today. I should feel about this question. Who was this Mark Whitaker guy? And can he chip the linebacker then run a simple out? But first, we did a live show in Brooklyn last night, the brilliant Djamil buoy and Dahlia lift quick were there. Jim Newell was there. Seriously, all made me look good. If you don't believe me, listen for yourself play a good chunk of that up next..

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"two countries" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Leaders of these two countries it's why i don't understand why it somehow nothing if if there isn't an immediate deal here i do think that there these steps you know it doesn't have to happen licketysplit i mean i do think that these steps including the very fact that there is a suggestion about any discussion of denuclearization is a big deal and yeah them meeting face to face becomes a part of this sort of dance as they're trying to get there so i don't know i yeah if i mean if it's a step along the way then we'll get there someday and we'll all know right i mean i think that the stories are already written for tomorrow that i mean i mean almost regardless of what happens people who support trump are going to say this is another victory for him he did something no other president could do and people who don't are going to point out that that's not something other presidents i mean it is something other presidents could have done and trump's gonna say it was victory for whatever reason because he got santa victory i mean how will we know what actually happens in this meeting i mean in a verifiable way down the middle but i just i just know that that people who are not trump supporters are not automatically going to say that any president i mean i just by watching cnn i know that people who people who who are on cnn or not trump supporters it's a short the fact that the president united states agreed to meet the leader in north korea but it's not as stork day they've also willing to meet with him but i've believe that that's not the only thing they've said i believe is they've also said that it is important that there's even this denuclearization discussion i guess i mean sure it is it's just saying i mean you met you're making it sound as though only trump supporters are going to say this is a good thing everybody else is going to say this is dumb anybody could have done this and that's not what i've been hearing even before they meet the debate i mean the mainstream media the cable networks are going to focus on all the pageantry in the mechanics of it and i mean.

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"two countries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A lot i think if it were correctly recorded gdp growth in china would really be a three percent or less why temporary because we saw this with for example the soviet union in the nineteen sixties or japan in the nineteen eighties that had very similar growth models also had a problem with a significant amount of misallocated investment which caused a surge in debt that was written down now eventually bad debt gets written down it gets amortize one way or the other but as long as debt is continuing to grow very quickly you have this mis recording of gdp at some point because the growth and the debt is unsustainable the growth in the debt must stop and when that happens you will get automatically an arabization of all of this excess gdp i'm not saying that the adjustment will be as bad for china's was for those other two countries but what i am saying is that we have in an astonishing ability to get it really really wrong every time this happens and there's no no reason to assume that we didn't get it wrong again does it matter that china is not a democracy that now president xi jinping is seems to have opened the path to becoming a longterm ruler of the country does the lack of pluralism representative threaten itself well it matters in in two ways one one positive excuse me one positive and one negative the positive ways if you look at countries that have had to implement the types of reforms that china now needs to implement the track record is very poor very few countries have done so successfully and the ones that have done so usually end up with some sort of political crisis or significant political disruption but there are exceptions darren asamoah glue and james robinson did some papers in the early part of the last decade when they looked at these exceptions and their conclusion was that the exceptions tend to be either robust democracy and the us in the nineteen thirties maybe a classic example or highly centralized a talker sees and china itself in the nineteen eighties may be an example people forget that the reforms implemented by deng xiaoping were ferociously opposed by the communist party elite but because power was so heavily centralized they were able to implement the.

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"two countries" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The two countries in the yellow sea that had been shut down so that was other progress that was made in the talks dealers i know all of this was choreographed but did anything surprise useful for north korea actually tried to make the meeting more transparent that was a surprise i think to the south korean side to the north korean negotiator brought out in the opening session the possibility of hey maybe we should live broadcasts this because there's so much interest in this meeting south korean negotiators were calm in their reaction saying that hey that's a reasonable request but that it would actually prefer to keep things closed since the two sides hadn't met in a long time and they wanted things to go smoothly some analysts i spoke with believe the south actually reacted this way because they know the north is quite savvy in playing objects and propaganda thought that they might give taken advantage of let me just ask how does all of this peaceful talk and collaboration fit in with this broader dialogue about north korea's nuclear program and the presidents of north korean the united states talking about their nuclear buttons right north korea is extremely practicing posturing the american president is also quite effective with his twitter messages and posturing that's or what's seen as posturing now the substantive work here on the relationship is being done by south korea and north korea the us isn't a party to these discussions but um to the extent that tensions are dial down by south korea's diplomacy work then they do dial down tensions for everyone despite all of the rhetoric coming out of washington and pyongyang that's an peers lease human so loose thanks very much you back when a series of deadly earthquakes hit of salvador two thousand one president george w bush extended temporary protected status or tps to nearly two hundred thousand salvadorans this allow them to live and work in the us the trump administration announced yesterday it was revoking that status arguing that the program was meant to be temporary and that the country recovered from those earthquakes now salvadorans under tv as having until september twenty 19th either leave the united states or taine legal residency in this group includes our next guest in europe ari us is with the.

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"two countries" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"two countries" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two countries backed a diplomat in a manner big keep at wong as possible in the diplomatic realm shepherd in the diplomatic row that in our goal focused diplomatic cbs news correspondent ben tracy in beijing tells us the fear in south korea is that president trump's threats or tweets lead to some shorted military con flicked with the north north korea says it now has the right to shoot down american warplanes even if they are flying outside north korean airspace international laws his country's airspace extends about thirteen miles out to sea but north korea claims more than a seventy mile zone this past weekend american bombers and fighter jets flu two hundred miles off north korea's east coast the furthest north american warplanes have gone this century and a dozen that in part led north korea's foreign minister to issue another threat for employees from going forward that phase though he said all options are now on the table for his country supreme leader chevy president trump in a speech of the united nations general assembly last week said the united states would totally destroyed north korea if provoked which prompted kim two pledged to take the highest level action against the united states three israelis have been killed one seriously wounded in a shooting attack at a crossing between israel and the west bank here's correspondent scott carr israeli police say a palestinian attacker opened fire on security forces at a gate where palestinians enter israel for work killing two israeli security guards n one border policeman he and three other attackers were shot and killed by police a police spokesman says the shooter was a lone wolf attacker and was not affiliated to any terrorist organisations it comes just two months after two police officers were shot dead in an attack in jerusalem's old city scott carr washington centers for disease control.

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