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"two politicians" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"But then you get into this gold Bitcoin comparison, then it's like, well, it breaks down pretty fast. But when you talk about divisibility and fungibility and transportability and all these principles of money, I think the gold comparison analogy works, it goes pretty far, farther than censorship resistant sound money. Yeah. But with the conference, are there lots of conferences like this on all different subjects that a whole bunch of politicians will go to, or is this one quite unique? I don't know. It is a weird confluence of things, because usually you have an industry conference where politicians don't go at all. It's like, you know, it's the XYZ, oil and gas conference, or it's the banker's conference. And that's just all industry people. Or you have a, you know, lifestyle conference or just like a big conference that a bunch of sort of, it's like a B2C conference, if you will, right? Like a lot of enthusiasts of whatever the conference is about. So politicians will go there because they want to be in front of voters. And so this is a hybrid and it's a weird mix. And especially the Bitcoin industry is in pop culture, but it's also in business. It's like, it's all the way from philosophical things around, you know, censorship resistant sound money, all the way to like energy contracts and, you know, things on the very nuanced business side. So I do think it is a weird animal. But does the conference have influence then? So will the things we talked about here, will they have some reach? Does the media pick it up? Does it get in front of other politicians who aren't there? What role does it serve there? I would say in the years past, we've had a mild media presence, you know, 30 or 40 journalists, maybe 10 from the mainstream media. This year, we're excited because we've just got confirmation from a bunch of like local TV stations, like the ABC, NBC affiliates, they're sending camera crews, like, that's who I want to be, you know, I want them to be filming RFK's talk or wherever. And I want it to be shown the six o'clock news to the average person in the DFW area or the Austin area or, you know, there's a group coming from, you know, there's journalists coming from all over the country. But the majority of them are coming from Texas, I want that local media to be educated on it. And that's where all politics is local. Politicians have or elected officials have groups of people that are constituents that they answer to. So if you can get down to that nuance, like voter on the six o'clock news, and start educating them and the staffer is watching that and they know that all of their constituents in that, you know, small area, like each Texas senator represents about a million Texans. Now state senator, right? Because there's two federal senators, but there's 31 state senators. And each representative represents just a few hundred thousand voters. That's not that many. If you only need to change a few minds, and for some people to get vocal and start sending emails and calling to change the mind of an elected official. We have a distinct lack of people, people like you in the UK doing things like this. We do have the Bitcoin policy in the UK, which Freddie New is operating, but we have a distinct lack of momentum and action behind this. I can think of two politicians in total, two MPs in total have even remotely mentioned Bitcoin or crypto generally, it's just, there's nothing, we have no momentum, we don't really have much momentum against it, we don't really have much momentum for it. It's interesting. How does grassroots politics work in the UK? So again, I probably know a bit more about American politics and UK politics these days. So we have local councils, and local councils are made up of councillors representing different parties. So where I am in Bedford, I'm pretty sure we are, we used to historically, I think, be a liberal Democrat area. Lib Dems, as they say, but I love UK politics, by the way. So our current mayor in Bedford is a conservative mayor, and there's a lot of horse trading that goes on. I don't know much about UK local politics. At a national level, we have the Parliament, where the MPs sit, and then we have the House of Lords, the unelected House of Lords. But you have a multi-party democracy, which is far more effective than a two-party one. So I can see both sides of it. Because yes, we do, but I think it brings everyone to the middle. Which is good. Yes and no. Well, I guess from an American perspective, it's good, because we're sitting at like a crazy polarized, you know, can't get anything done place. But the other side of it is when everything gets pulled to the center, you kind of find that everyone just agreeing on everything. There's certainly a fundamental difference between the parties. But really, the Conservative Party now is just a slightly right of center. And the Labour Party is slightly left of center. I don't know if you think I'm being unfair here, but I just feel like, I don't know, I feel like we don't have a strong Conservative Party anymore. We don't really have a strong Labour Party anymore. I don't really know what anyone stands for. They also kind of stand for the same things, which are kind of social issues, like virtue signaling issues. There's no real strong policy anymore in the UK. You think I'm being unfair? No, I think that's probably pretty fair. I mean, I've just taken a distinct lack of interest in it recently, because I don't even know what I'm voting for anymore. And y'all are still first past the post, right? You don't have like any ranked choice voting or anything? First past the post, yeah. In Germany, they're experimenting with ranked choice voting. Well, hold on. So we do, but you do have to get some, like a majority, and if you don't, then you do get these coalitions, like previously when the Conservative Party didn't have a majority, they had to go into coalition with the Lib Dems, which pretty much killed the Lib Dems at that time. But sorry, you were saying about Germany? I think the ranked choice voting concept could revitalize a lot of these Western democracies. Okay. Why is that? So Andrew Yang is a big proponent of it. He'll also be at the conference, and I love when he talks about this. It's a very sort of decentralized concept. It like brings, you know, kind of meshes, brings in blockchain, this concept of decentralization to politics. So your vote, you basically write a list, and you rank your candidates from one to however many candidates are in the race, and then your first place person, if your ballot, if that first place person has the least number of first place votes, then that person, all of that person's first place ballots goes to their next number two candidate. So eventually there's this sorting process, and you, you know, are able to really get at the true nature of what that voter wanted through his or her preferences on a ranked choice ballot list, whether, rather than just like sitting in there and be like, I don't want either of these people. Well, I think it's going to be a wild year. In a lot of ways. Yeah. I mean. Bitcoin ETF. US elections. Halving. Halving. Danny thought the ETF was going to get announced today. I thought it was going to. I think it's going to be this week. You think it's going to be this week? I hope so. Okay. Do y'all call it the halvening or the halving? The halving. I call it the halving, but some of these, some of the CEOs of Bitcoin mining companies that I work with call it the halvening. I think the halving is always like a shitcoin word. Halvening? Yeah. I think that's what shitcoin is like. It's the halving. I say the halving, but yeah, I've heard some publicly traded mining CEOs say the halvening and I'm just like, are they wrong or am I wrong? So our football team, our men's football team, their program's called the white paper. And this weekend, the ladies had a big FA cup game. So we did their first ever program and we called it the halving. I still think it should have been public address. Yeah. I just saw halves and gave them two halves. And so like, I was like, do I call it the halvening or the halving? I was like, it's definitely the halving. It's definitely the halving. All right, man. Listen, anything I've not asked you about, anything you've not told me about this conference, you want to tell us about while people are listening, because we're going to put this out before. Okay. So I think the biggest thing is, you know, let's come out and support Fort Worth for taking a big risk on Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining and, you know, see where it takes us. The city's really interested to see how this goes. I think they could probably do more if they see positive results. Well, I say congratulations for everything you've done on this stuff. Watch you build this up. I've said I've been to the, this will be my third one. How many have you actually done? Just three. Oh, so I've been to all of them. Yeah. There you go. That's how much of a fan I am. You, Nick Carter and Senator Cruz are the only people that have spoken and been invited to speak at all three. I don't know any other scenario where me, Nick Carter and Senator Cruz all does a bit the same. But no, I love it. I mean, I have a great time every year. It is a different audience. You know, it's good to see you and your good wife as well. And yeah, I look forward to it, man. And we're here a week. I've actually planned it in a way. I'm getting the red eye on Friday so I can get home for the football. So I'm literally navigating football to do this. But OK, if people want to get it. And you're going to get a big award. Yeah. What's this all about? The Goodfellas Award. Have you just given me this so I come? So we partnered with the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute. And we did something. They actually had RFK at their event recently. And we went out there and supported them. And they gave me an award. And I just got to know these really great people. And they educate sovereign wealth funds around the world on different industry verticals. And so they were like, hey, we need you to come talk about alternative assets and things like that. And so they didn't, not from an investment advisor perspective, just more philosophically and conceptually. And so they were giving away these awards to people. It's the Goodfellas Award, Global Order of Outstanding Disruptors is what it stands for. It's an acronym. And they take all of these medals from the UK because the gentleman who runs it is, I think, a dual Indian UK citizen. And so he takes all of these medals from past wars from Great Britain and repurposes them. And so you'll get a medal that was given to some colonel or general in the Crimean War or something. Oh my god, that's amazing. And it'll be in a big plaque. And it'll talk about your accomplishments. It's got a very old world feel to it. It's very cool. Yeah, I'm very humbled by it. Miss El Salvador is also getting one. So you and Miss El Salvador. And if Kathy Wood had come, she would have received one. But we couldn't get her to come. That's two weird lists I've been in in a few seconds. Well, listen, I'm humbled by it. And I just appreciate everything you're doing. And I hope you turn a profit. And I hope it just gets bigger and better. And yeah, roll on. Is it? We're going Thursday, Friday. Let's roll on Thursday, Friday. And thanks for having me again. I really appreciate it, man. Yeah, thanks for coming. Right. Where do people go? Tell them where to go. North American blockchain summit.com. North American Bitcoin summit. There you go. We should buy that address and get it redirected. Please tell me you've got that address. I think we probably have. Lee, I appreciate you, man. Yes, sir. Thank you.All righty. What do you make of that? Are you here? Have you come out for the summit? If you have come to say hello, me and Danny will be down there. We'll also be trying to get some beers in at some point. We've only actually got one night left. So if you listen to this today, come find where we are, we'll be out some bar, some saloon, knocking back some beers. Yes, massive fan of Lee. Just want to say a massive thanks to him. He's invited me every year to the summit, and I've always been just blown away by the level and quality of people he gets in. He crushes it. And now some of you, some of us I know think we should ignore the politicians. I don't. I think it's good to get them on board. I think it's good to help them understand why Bitcoin is so important. So well done, Lee. Love you, man. Thanks for everything you've done. Yeah, tomorrow I'm going to be heading back to Bedford, going to be going back. And I think our next trip is going to be Africa. Me and Danny are going to be heading out there at the end of November. We're going to the Ghana conference. We're going to be making another film. It's going to be busy, busy times. All right. Love you all. I'll see you all soon. If you've got any questions, you know how to get in touch, it's hello at what Bitcoin did dot com. Thank you. Bye bye.
"two politicians" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Migrants to vice president Harris home in Washington, D.C., our Jim Forbes explains. Abbott and Florida governor Ron DeSantis have angered many with their latest political moves rounding up migrants from the Mexico border and busing them across the country under alleged false pretenses of jobs and housing. Earlier this week, the two politicians shipped about 100 migrants to Harris Washington, D.C. residents, and to Martha's Vineyard. Now Abbott has sent 50 more people and desantis says more drop offs are coming. The Justice Department is now asking a federal court to grant them access to classified documents taken from former president Trump's home in Florida, the request coming as an appeals made to a lower court ruling that barred prosecutors from using the materials while investigating Trump. On Friday, a federal judge denied the department's request for a stay in the investigation, while also appointing a special master to review the documents, the Justice Department had said it would appeal if their request was denied. President Biden is urging Russia's president Vladimir Putin to not use nuclear weapons in the war against Ukraine in an appearance on 60 minutes and interviewer notes Putin's being pushed into a corner and may consider using tactical nuclear weapons or a chemical weapons in response President Biden said that Putin would change the face of war, unlike anything since World War II, if he did. He said the severity of Putin's actions would determine what kind of response the U.S. might provide, the full interview set for air tonight as 60 minutes premieres its 55th season. The Department of Agriculture says supply chain issues combined with transportation and labor costs have contributed to the price of grocery seeing the biggest yearly increase since 1979. They say grocery prices have risen about 14% between August of last year and this year. I'm Scott Carr. President Biden and the First Lady are in London to attend Queen Elizabeth's funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday, with them our national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, and several other administration officials. The president's also expected to meet with Britain's new prime minister Liz truss early next week. This is a really diverse crowd of people. This is hundreds of thousands of people. Correspondent Molly hunter there in London Saturday is Prince William prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth 6 other grandchildren stood vigil at the queen's coffin. Mourners filed by as they stood guard for about 15 minutes. So you see the Prince of Wales, of course, William
"two politicians" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Circle is spring together, developers and entrepreneurs from around the world to continue building on the momentum of the ecosystem surrounding you SDC. We'll hear from thought leaders and change makers on where the digital asset industry is today, and more importantly, where it's headed. Join us in San Francisco for circles converge 22 from September 27th to the 30th to shape the future of money and a digital asset ecosystem. Go to converge that circle dot com to register and learn more. Is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. The governor of Texas, Greg Abbott is facing backlash after sending 50 more migrants to vice president Harris home in Washington, D.C., our Jim Forbes explains. Abbott and Florida governor Ron DeSantis have angered many with their latest political moves, rounding up migrants from the Mexico border and busing them across the country under alleged false pretenses of jobs and housing. Earlier this week, the two politicians shipped about 100 migrants to Harris Washington, D.C. residents, and to Martha's Vineyard. Now Abbott has sent 50 more people and desantis says more drop offs are coming. The Justice Department is now asking a federal court to grant them access to classified documents taken from former president Trump's home in Florida, the request coming as an appeals made to a lower court ruling that barred prosecutors from using the materials while investigating Trump. On Friday a federal judge denied the department's request for a stay in the investigation, while also appointing a special master to review the documents, the Justice Department had said it would appeal if their request was denied. President Biden
"two politicians" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. More political shuffling of illegal migrants to certain cities in America, Texas governor Greg Abbott is facing backlash now after sending 50 more migrants to vice president Kamala Harris home in Washington, D.C.. Abbott and Florida governor Ron DeSantis have angered many with their latest political moves, rounding up migrants from the Mexico border and busing them across the country under alleged false pretenses of jobs and housing. Earlier this week, the two politicians shipped about 100 migrants to Harris Washington, D.C. residents, and to Martha's Vineyard. Many lawmakers and other politicians have called the move human trafficking or kidnapping. President Biden is urging Vladimir Putin not to use nuclear weapons in the war against Ukraine in a recent sit down with 60 minutes and interviewer noted, Putin is being pushed back into a corner and may consider using chemical or tactical nuclear weapons in retaliation, he asked Biden what he would say to him. His response was clear saying quote, don't don't, don't. Biden went on to say quote, you will change the face of war and like anything since World War II, while he didn't get into specifics, the president said the severity of Putin's crime would determine what kind of response the U.S. would provide. And finally, Prince William, prince Harry and 6 other grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth stood vigil at her coffin on Saturday, Molly hunter has more from London. So you see the Prince of Wales, of course, William, who's standing at the head of the coffin, you have the Duke of Sussex, Harry at the foot, both are in uniform. That was at the king's request. Everyone else as you see is in dark formal dress. And then the Prince of Wales, as you can see, William is flanked by Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips, and then Harry is flanked by princesses Beatrice and eugenie and then lady Louise and Viscount severin are in the middle of the coffin. The queen is lying in state at Westminster Abbey as thousands pay their respects ahead of her funeral on Monday. And that's the latest, I'm Jim Forbes. The White House says Russia has yet to respond to an offer for a prisoner exchange involving Americans Brittany griner and Paul Whelan, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said, President Biden remains fully committed to getting the Americans out of Russian prison cells. Biden met privately yesterday with greiner's wife and waylon's sister, griner is a WNBA star and whalen is a retired U.S. Marine. Two NYU students are groped while walking through Washington square park, Lisa Salvador has the very latest. School officials tell the New York Post the two incidents happened within ten minutes of each other. The first student was grabbed on the butt around 8 30 last Monday night. The second student was grabbed on the thigh, the NYPD says the attacker pulled down the pants of one of the victims as she was running away. One victim told the cops, the man appeared to be homeless, NYU spokesman John beckman says the school has been telling police for months, Washington square park is not safe. Family Dollar is recalling certain varieties of Colgate optic white toothpaste and mouthwash in 11 states. According to a notice shared by the FDA, the products were stored outside of label temperature requirements, affected states include Arizona, California, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, and Utah. Customers should return the products for a full refund, so far there's been no reports of adverse effects as a result of using the recalled products. And sentencing for the man convicted of murdering rapper Nipsey Hussle is being postponed until November, Eric holder was found guilty in July of first degree murder, along with two counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter and possession of a firearm. He shot the Grammy winning rapper in front of his south Los Angeles clothing store back in March of 2019, and now faces life in prison, and that's the latest, I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update, the mets don't need anything flashy right now as they move into late September, they're trying to hold on to that lead in the national league east over the Atlanta Braves. The mets took care of Pittsburgh with a 5 one win on Saturday. They needed it because the braves were winning in Atlanta, a four three win over the Phillies. So every win is important for the Matt's obviously to protect that lead on the braves as the pirates and the mets will conclude the series at Citi Field on Sunday. Yankees were on the road in Milwaukee and took a four one loss last night to the brewers, no home runs for Aaron judge. He did have a double, but the Yankees really didn't have much offense, judge still at 57 home runs. Trying to get up to 61 and possibly beyond to overtake Roger Maris. Let's move on to pro football on Sunday. The Giants and the jets both back at it. The jets will be on the road in Cleveland, kicking off at 1 o'clock. Browns are favored by 5 and a half and you can understand that based on how the jets played in their week one loss to the Baltimore Ravens now the Giants they're feeling good after that come from behind win to start the season in Tennessee so on Sunday for the Giants it's their home opener. They've got Carolina at 1 o'clock. That game kicks off at the giant stadium, giants are just one and a half point favorites in that game. WNBA finals are back on Sunday with game four. It's the Las Vegas aces leading that series over the Connecticut sun two games to one an aces win will give them the WNBA championship. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm Dan gutowski.
"two politicians" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
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"two politicians" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Abbott and Florida governor Ron DeSantis have angered many with their latest political stunt rounding up migrants from the Mexican border and bussing them across the country under false pretenses of jobs and housing. Earlier in the week, the two politicians shipped about 100 migrants to Harris Washington, D.C. residents, and a Martha's Vineyard. Now Abbott is used 50 more people as pawns and desantis says more drop offs are coming. Many lawmakers and other politicians have called the move human trafficking or kidnapping. President Biden is urging Vladimir Putin not to use nuclear weapons to the war against Ukraine in a recent sit down with 60 minutes an interviewer noted Putin is being pushed back into a corner and may consider using chemical or tactical nuclear weapons in retaliation and asked what Biden would say to him. His response was clear, saying quote, don't, don't, don't. You will change the face of war unlike anything since World War II, while he didn't get into specifics, the president said the severity of Putin's crime would determine what kind of response the U.S. would provide. I'm Chris karashi. You're listening to masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry holt's you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio, my extra special guest today is Albert wenger. He is the managing partner at Union Square ventures. They have invested in such companies as coinbase DuoLingo Etsy and Twitter, so let's talk about the current state of the world for venture capitalists. We've seen valuations come way down for public companies. They're pretty reasonably priced these days about 16 times for the S&P 500. That's historically more or less average, where do you see the state of the world in early stage valuations? How are they holding up? A year ago, late stage valuations had gone just bonkers, tell us a little bit about what's going on today. The correction always basically is a trickle down type of correction. It happens very rapidly in the public markets, then you still get some high price private rounds that either were in the works or they have a lot of structure in the later stage markets. There's a headline number, but then nobody talks about all the warrant coverage that's behind the scenes. And then the early stage valuations tend to lag behind all of that. But we're seeing early stage valuations come down and as a firm we've always been disciplined on valuations. So we just let a lot of things go where we just thought it was. Are they down off the peak or are they cheap and attractive? The down of the peak, whether they're cheap or attractive, I think time will tell. But we are back in a situation where there are seat deals getting done at below $10 million, certainly below $20 million. And seed rounds that have a reasonable size. So for a while we were seeing these ten, 20, $30 million seed routes. Sounds pricey. Yeah, and that's not happening anymore. But it just we've also always tried to basically be at the next thesis and evolve our thesis before everybody else gets there. And once everybody else gets there, try and evolve our thesis. So for example, in the climate fund, we've made any number of reasonably priced investments. It's very reasonably priced. So I always assumed it was tied to the public markets, but sometimes you just don't realize when you have a good couple of years in a row in the public markets, you see that impact in what people are looking for, what sort of deals get done. And valuations generally. I always find it relatively surprising how much private early stage valuations are tied to public markets because the exit, right? But our holding periods are 5, 8, ten years. And so what's the current public? And so there's a couple of different explanations. One obviously is just investor sentiment, right? When investors are bearish because of what they're seeing in the public markets, they take a bearish attitude towards their own investing. We try as soon as we have interests. We tried to have a pretty steady pace as one way of counteracting our own sort of whatever our own emotions may be about the public markets. There is, however, another effect that sometimes is underestimated, which is that the people who give money into venture funds. So these are pension funds and endowments and so forth. They have a certain website from the public markets because when they're feeling flush on the public markets, then their private allocation as a percentage of their overall portfolio. They have a certain target in mind. When the public markets come down a lot, all of a sudden they're over allocated. So they want to pull back. So there is a mechanism by which the current public markets transmit into the private markets. There's a real financial mechanism. There's a psychological mechanism and a real financial mechanism by which some transmission some contagion basically happens from the public markets and department of money. But it doesn't make very much sense. Like if people were sort of more cognizant of both the emotional reaction and this mechanism, they'd be like, well yeah, but innovation is happening at some pace in some area. There's some innovation that we should be funding that innovation. So I'm just making notes and investors are irrational. So profound insight right here. There you go. You never heard this one before. So to put that into a little context, 2020, 2021, very founder friendly deals. Now it seems like a little more investor friendly. Their assessment or not quite there yet. Well, when it comes to founder friendly versus investor friendly, there's a lot more to a deal than valuation is all the other terms. And while I believe we will see a correction on valuation that's pretty significant, I don't think we're going to go back to where venture capital was 20 or 30 years ago that had all these super draconian terms. Certainly, even at the early stage, even at the early stage they were all these they were redemption provisions in early stage deals. I don't think that's going to come back. We are not fans of structure in later stage deals like just to give you a good example. When I was still on the board of Twilio, Twilio had the option of doing a totally clean no structure round at call it a ¥1 billion and a highly structured round with we're going to have a full ratchet into an IPO at a 1 billion 5 and some of the other investors at the table really wanted the 1 billion 5 number basis, the bigger headline number. And I talked to Jeff and I said, just to make any sense. You don't actually know what you deal with until many years. Just take the deal where you know what the deal is today and you know what the deal is a year from now and two years from now because it's not going to change based on circumstances. And so Jeff took the clean deal and that enabled Twilio to go public when the IPO window reopened, whereas if the 1 billion 5 deal, they wouldn't have been able to go public. And it worked incredibly well for Twilight to become a public company. Really interesting. So since we're comparing early stage investments to the public world, lately everybody has been looking at different sectors of the past year energy has done well. Technology not so much. Within venture, do you see that same sort of segmentation, different sectors have different? Well, we were basically the first sort of venture firm to have a dedicated climate fund. And now many other venture firms are falling suit, either adding a climate pocket to the existing funds or a climate thesis or some people call us sustainability fund hours is very focused on climate. So for instance, we don't deal with water waste. It's strictly about atmospheric carbon. So there's a lot of money rotating into that sector. There's still a healthy set of activity around web three. I do think that certain software companies that had found it very easy to raise money. I think of finding it a lot harder just because people have looked at it and said, wow, I think we've reached some stage of normalization in this market. So some of the folks who give advice to founders like chamath and Jason and the crew at the all
"two politicians" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Governor Ron DeSantis have angered many with their latest political stunt rounding up migrants from the Mexican border and busting them across the country under false pretenses of jobs and housing earlier in the week the two politicians shipped about 100 migrants to Harris Washington, D.C. residents, and a Martha's Vineyard. Now Abbott is used 50 more people as pawns and desantis says more drop offs are coming. Many lawmakers and other politicians have called the move human trafficking or kidnapping. President Biden is urging Vladimir Putin not to use nuclear weapons to the war against Ukraine in a recent sit down with 60 minutes an interviewer noted Putin is being pushed back into a corner and may consider using chemical or tactical nuclear weapons in retaliation and asked what Biden would say to him. His response was clear, saying quote, don't, don't, don't. You will change the face of war unlike anything since World War II, while he didn't get into specifics, the president said the severity of Putin's crime would determine what kind of response the U.S. would provide. I'm Chris karashi. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Florida governor Ron DeSantis says the two flights transporting migrants from Texas to Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts are just the beginning. Desantis said the move is to put this issue on the front burner for sanctuary cities who often don't directly bear the brunt of people arriving at the border. This comes after Texas governor Greg Abbott's decision to bust migrants to democratic lead cities, such as Washington, D.C., and New York. Goldman Sachs Group's 6 year foray into consumer banking, the unit dubbed a Marcus is the focus of a new review at the Federal Reserve, more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Sources tell Bloomberg fed officials have been looking into the Wall Street giants online banking platform aimed at retail customers, those sources say for at least several weeks officials have been peppering Goldman management with questions and follow-ups in a process that is still continuing by zeroing in on Marcus, the Central Bank is taking stock of a division that is relatively new and growing substantially inside a company without much history of dealing with the general public. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet when Broadway's longest running show was closing, the final curtain call for the phantom of the opera will be on for February 18th. Just days after commemorating its 35th anniversary. The show has played to 19 and a half million people. The dream of creating a miles long state park that stretches through Hudson and Essex counties may come to fruition this after governor Phil Murphy announced the acquisition of the rail line needed to make it happen. Governor Murphy announced the acquisition of 9 miles of abandoned rail lines formerly owned by the Norfolk Southern railway company to turn into what is dubbed as the Essex Hudson greenway, which will stretch from Jersey City to montclair. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Suzanne Palmer. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to masters in business with Barry riddles on Bloomberg radio. I'm Barry results you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio. My extra special guest this week is Albert vendor. He is managing partner at Union Square ventures, whose portfolio companies include such firms as coinbase, DuoLingo, Etsy, and Twitter. He is the author of the book the world after capital, describing the digital shift to the knowledge economy. So let's talk a little bit about this book. Starting with what is technological, non linearity. I like that phrase. The basic idea is that every once in a while, in humanity's history, we invent things that radically change what we as society have as a binding constraint on us. So let me make that very concrete. For hundreds of thousands of years, our ancestors were foragers. They were hunter gatherers. They would go out and find things. And eat berries and kill little squirrels. And then roughly 10,000 years ago, we had a bunch of inventions. We figured out that you could plant seeds that you could irrigate them that you could domesticate animals that you could use the dung from the animals to as a fertilizer. We figured all those things out and we got agriculture. And the constraints shifted from how much food can you find to how much land arable land do you have? And when that constraint shifted, we changed just about everything about how humanity lives. Like we went from being migratory to being sedentary. We went from very flat tribal societies to very hierarchical agrarian societies. We went from being clearly like polygamous polyamorous, whatever you want to call it, to being monogamous ish. We went from having religions where everything was a spirit, a tree, a rock, everything had a spirit in it. We went from that to theistic relations where there was some defined number of gods. Then fast forward to a couple hundred years ago, we had sort of the enlightenment with the enlightenment we had scientific breakthroughs and we figured out how to dig up stuff out of the ground and burn it and create energy and make heat and electricity and all those things. And the constraint shifted again, it shifted from how much land do you have to how much physical capital can you create? How many machines can you build? How many buildings roads, railroads, et cetera? That's really interesting. And we changed everything yet again. And so now the point of the book is, guess what? We have to change everything yet again because capital this is why the book is called the world of a capital capital is no longer the binding constraint. Instead, it's human attention. Human attention. So that's the third great shift is. So we went from agricultural scarcity to having enough food. We went from forger to agrarian. So from food scarcity to land scarcity. Then we went from land scarcity to capital city. And now we're going from capital scarcity to attention scarcity. Capital is no longer scarce, so now a tension is the new scarcity, which there's a line in the book that really caught my eye attention is time plus intentionality. Explain that. Yeah, so speech just tells you how fast you're going. Velocity to tells you how fast you're going towards something towards some destination. Speed plus direction. Speed, plus
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"Quite useful, I think. Will we be talking about party Gates years from now? This is the first premiere found to have broken the law while on the job. Oh yes, I think we will. And I think we'll be talking about today for years to come. This won't just be a footnote in history. This will generate I think hundreds of articles and probably tens of books. I would have thought even by Christmas, we'll see some stocking fillers talking about these couple of days. We spoke with Frank luntz today. He spoke on balance of power here on Bloomberg. About the way the people feel we've been talking so much about government process here and what's happening with parliament. This is Frank luntz of, he's a pollster, of course, speaking with Bloomberg about this. Honesty and integrity are core issues to the American people and to the British people. And they've come to believe that Boris Johnson is not as honest and as forth right as he should be, which is why you see all this consternation right now. I question whether Boris Johnson will still be the prime minister of 14 days from today. 14 days from today, Tim bell, what's your thought? Well, I think that's probably too long a period of time. I mean, I would question whether he'll still be the prime minister at the end of this week. And certainly by the end of next week, I would have thought he'll have to go. He's bleeding out. I mean, if you look at the number of people resigning from the government, if you look at the number of MPs who are publishing letters of no confidence on social media, his support is just running out, draining away. And so I just don't see how he stays, but you raise an important point and Frank luntz raises an important point here. The trust of the British people in Boris Johnson is completely shot. They see him as a liar as a charlatan, as someone who needs to go and go now. That was the case before today. I think after today, the numbers of people who want him out and want him out now will be even higher. How important is this news that just broke a short time ago firing a key cabinet minister Michael gove to show that he's fighting back somehow? Well, there's a lot of personal history between those two politicians. Boris Johnson wanted to stand for the leadership of the Conservative Party in 2016 and Michael go famously knifed him in the back or something in the same front and prevented him from standing. So there is something personal going on there. But the problem is also that Michael gove is responsible for the government's flagship economic policy, the so called leveling up of left behind areas if he goes, then who is in charge of that particular policy. So it just increases the sense of a government in complete meltdown and drift. I feel like I need to move to London. I mean, this Washington stuff is feeling kind of boring, Tim, don't you think? Well, listen, I mean, I've just tweeted, you know, that July 6th is beginning to look like January the 6th without storming over the legislature. I mean, we have someone who is not acknowledging that it is time for them to go. And as I say, I'm in some ways loss for words, which isn't a good thing to be on radio. But I've just never seen anything like this in my lifetime of watching and observing policy. And I never imagined it would get this serious. I always thought that in the end, Boris Johnson would come to terms with reality and go, albeit unwillingly, but it seems he's determined not to do so. Your perspective is greatly valuable to us. Tim bale, Queen Mary University of London, many thanks for being with us today. On the fastest hour in politics, I'm Joe Matthews sitting here in Washington trying to make sense of it all. Across the pond. And of course, what we need to do is assemble the panel and we'll do that next Bloomberg politics contributors, Rick Davis, and Jeannie Chan xeno come in with their
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"President Biden will visit buffalo New York tomorrow President Biden says he and First Lady Jill Biden have prayed for the victims of the deadly mass shooting noting the Justice Department is investigating the attack as a hate crime by the 18 year old white male suspect Jill and I know we know no memorial No gestures Control the void in the hearts they have now or that you you who've lost someone feels well the president spoke at the national peace officers memorial service in Washington 11 of the 13 victims shot our black ten people died There's more support for expanding NATO despite threats from Russia NATO members rallied around Finland and Sweden after they announced plans to join the allowance alliance Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell said Finland and Sweden bring a great deal to the table A strong bipartisan support in the United States for admission of Finland to the world's most successful military alliance Senator McConnell made his comments visiting Helsinki today after a trip to Ukraine with other GOP senators Meanwhile McDonald said it will pull out of rush after more than 30 years of operation in the country In response to the invasion of Ukraine two politicians suffered strokes over the weekend of both say they suffered no ill effect Senator Chris van hollen of Maryland says he'll remain hospitalized under observation for several days in Pennsylvania the FrontRunner and the democratic Senate primary lieutenant governor John fetterman says he suffered a stroke last week A video with his wife says he is on his way to a full recovery The Biden administration released a housing supply action plan meant to help create thousands of affordable housing units in the next three years by an officials will reward jurisdictions that have reformed zoning and land use policies with higher scores when they apply for certain federal grants Live from the Bloomberg and interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries.
"two politicians" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"He's a communist Bernie Sanders, the Communists, the communists, they want to change the country. They don't want to change the tenor of the country. They want to change the foundation of the country and they wanted their Communist. Right. Joe Biden is just go with everybody is like, I don't know I got to watch. I don't want to be rude, Rude because I can be rude, rude. The word that just came to my mind. I'm not going to stay in the air, but he's like that He'll do whatever he has to do to get anything. Whatever whatever keeps him in office, he'll do anything. No moral compass, no moral fiber at all. And then Hollywood. A lot of the elitists are like that, too. How do you not elect a black man from the neighborhood? How do you not like like, How do you How do you go? How does Kamala Harris go out there? And this is what kills me about the politics Cameron Harrison, Joe Biden locked up more young black Americans than any two politicians ever anywhere at any time. Now she's the one who's campaigning for Gavin Newsom. She goes back out there Capital. Harris's grandparents were slave owners. Why we why, Where's black Life matters on that one. Yeah, I'm just objectively asking. Tell me, I'm wrong. Tell me I'm crazy because I'm listening. And then Joe Biden, Joe Biden. And you know Newsom's out their bed. You know, handsome Gavin Newsom. Gavin to bring an end the president? What? What? What? What They're bringing in now. You can't do that, man. You can't bring the president and he has no idea what they it is, you know? No, they're bringing in Biden. Oh, so now you see loose, um at the tarmac. With Biden and Newsom in his mind. He's going like Oh, God, please just kids. Stay away from me. Okay? Don't don't get in the same picture. Hey, Lizard man, it's politics and show business. But the point is in the Hollywood there so elitist. That they're trying to own the governor of California, and in fact they did. In fact, they do. You know. So Larry is a guy from the streets from the neighborhood from South Central who understands the black community and I'm sick of this. I'm sick of this. This divide this racist divide while I'm on fire this morning. And we're going to make way for Steve Scalise in a second in your phone calls, But I've had it because when you're just racist divide, the racism comes to the people who are calling us Racists. They are racist. And it's coming from the corporations who placate black lives matter. Black lives matter is racist. They're racist. BLM is racist. When I heard black lives matter, and I first heard it. I said it on this show. And it must be an audio somewhere where I just said this is great. No, I think this is great. We have black lives matter. It's about time. I thought black lives matter was going to get Barack Obama and Michelle and they were going to go to inner cities all around the United States and rebuild the inner cities and bring back manufacturing back and bring business back and really rebuild the inner cities. And I know it would take 10 20 years, Maybe 30 years of full generation it would take to turn it around. To weed out all the gang gangs and to help those folks and stressed areas of America. That's what I thought black lives matter was standing for the It's a political Marxist organization. And it's used and there you the narrative is false. Who do they blame the police? They blame the place and last I looked at the police. They were. They were underneath the two towers that came crashing down because Islamic terrorists Rand planes into the World Trade Center. Those that have last I looked at said in my P D on the back of a lot of those people that went in to save other people and went to ground zero. You know, along with the f, d, N y and all the other first responder. The last time I still an NYPD police the police is when they went underwater in Queens in the district of AOC. And they and people died and drowned. But the police officers still held his breath in murky, sewer strewn waters and when and try to save these people. And then the order said in the back of his that gentleman's Parker, NYPD. That's what it said. And this is what BLM This is who BLM is attacking. These people that say people where in the areas where black lives matter will not go the inner cities of America. They will not go and stop this pandemic in Chicago and East ST Louis, Illinois, in New Orleans in south central in all the cities Indianapolis and all the cities around America, they won't go and they won't help. So And is that politically correct? You shouldn't say that about BLM. I'm saying it. I'm saying it And you got America Communist man in New York, who writes the words Black lives matter, um, on the outside of Trump Tower. Donald Trump's The only president that I know of correct me if I'm wrong that actually help the black community. Can someone help me here? They and you want me to go through all the policies that worked under this last administration as you accused me of being a quote unquote trump guy, and I'm not. I'm not. I just vote. I'm voting for whoever helps the country And with Donald Trump goes out, and he has a released too early release for incarcerated Black youth. And and and black and African Americans who perhaps were wrongly accused. And he has a rehabilitation program, the first step program that bring people out when I see a president help out historic black colleges and universities that young voting for that guy I'm when I see a president that has something called opportunity zones where you go into the inner cities like I've been railing about for years on this radio show. Don't get me started. You're not wrong. I You're not wrong, and I know how frustrating it is because I'm as frustrated as you are. Do not understand what's going on, and we got to watch this fiasco with Blinken. This guy, the secretary of state with an embarrassment, but the Republicans stood up. It was nice to see the Republicans stood up. We got I have so much to get into. And I just You know what? I just here to tell you and speak the truth that you're not wrong. You're not wrong about that. About not wanting to get vaccinated. You're not wrong. They don't have enough stats. They're not giving us the race statistics. They're lying about everything. This I would tell you. There's a virus out there. How God made? I don't know. But I tell you, the molecular structure of this Wuhan virus is deadly and you got to watch it and be careful. I'm taking the vaccine. I'm taking the booster. I'm going to give it to my kids and I'm going to take a shot so literally. You know, But if you don't want to, you should not be vilified for Don't yell at us. Don't yell at us. So we got a lot to get into today. Let me go to Cathy before we break up. Hi, Cathy. How're you doing? Sorry to keep you waiting. What's in the morning? Joe. I just want to say good morning to you and thank God that you have the courage and the bravery that God puts into your heart every morning to speak the truth about our diabolical, diabolical administration. That doesn't care about the American people. Obviously, they do not. You know that saying Joe absolute power. Corrupts. Absolutely. And they're all corrupt. All they care about is power in New York City, Joe, you need to show papers to go eat in a restaurant. But you don't need to show any identification to go vote. Something is so deadly wrong. Yeah, right. You're Kathy. Thank you so much. Thank you. For your kind words. We'll keep the fight. You're absolutely right. And why do we have to get vaccinated, but the people that come across the border with the Wuhan virus that are allowed in cities across America that are illegal. That are illegal and they're being strategically placed in voting blocs for votes for the Democratic Party. Those people and God bless them, and I feel for them. They don't have to be inoculated. There's no law. You explain that to me, please. And they think we're dumb. We're not dumb. You know a man. I have such a met respect for Steve Scalise. He's going to tell us what's going on down there. And after this blinking fiasco, what? I'm a mess. Down there at that hearing, and the congressman Scalise will join us momentarily and the deputy homes out there right now on the roads, Checking out traffic on am 9 70 the answer. Hi, Deb. Hi, Joe. We're going.
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"Harris joint Presser. With the president of Guatemala. Where she looked right into the camera and told the Guatemalans you know not to make the trip to the U. S border. I told you that yesterday that Kamala Harris was saying Don't come, Don't come. And she said that they would be turned back. Why would they say this back in March? Why was Joe Biden back in March? Saying, Hey, wait till we get things set up. Which caused the The president told George Stephanopoulos to all the illegals that are trying to come here. We're in the process of getting set up. Don't leave your town city or community. Which implied you don't leave yet. We're getting things set up. Yeah, it's like we're we're setting up the, uh, the turnstiles like you're entering Disney. I mean, that's what it sounded like. Just incompetence. Just problem after problem after problem here. So now they're saying, Oh, don't come. Yeah. Little late, lazy Maybe it's a little bit late Camel. Yeah. And anyone in Guatemala contemplating that trip. Wasn't listening to the joint presser. With two politicians. They don't trust. Yeah, they're they're trekking to the borders where they're they're coming. Then later, Kamala Harris was hit with critical tweets from you of all people. AOC So Alexandria Ocasio Cortez ends. Harris was hit with a critical tweet from her who said that what we saw at the presser was disappointing, and AOC is disappointed that the vice president is telling migrants to stay home. At least stay away from the U. S southern border. Yeah, now Uh, Day late dollar short So soon after the Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Yeah. AOC tweeted. A reporter confronted Harris as she was boarding Air Force two. For Mexico. And the reporter. Ask Kamala Harris. Why did you emphasize that people shouldn't come? AOC is now being critical of that sort of emphasis that you made and instead of instead of defending your statement defending what is supposed to be US policy at the border. Harris. Would only say, quote. I am really clear. We have to deal with the root causes and that is my focus period. Why didn't they focus on this early on? Why did they allow months to go by and allow these migrant caravans by the tens and tens of thousands? To come to our border. Why didn't they have a concise, solid message of? Don't come. We're not letting you in. Why did they have that from the beginning? Tell you why? Because they're incompetent. And they saw what a mess it was. They saw the volume. They saw the kids. And I'm like, Oh, my God. What have we done? We got a problem. Like I said. Kamala Harris when she stood there telling migrants not to come to the border..
"two politicians" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I don't disagree. I don't disagree with you on that. But also the problem is. How do you stop? How do you stop the crime? You need police. You need to get police in these neighborhoods. Whether it's community or whatever. You have to put police on the street as a deterrent. You can't just simply assume That the people that just Oh, you know what? They're going to give us jobs, All right, So it's not a crime anymore. You what? All they were just talking about. You don't want to see Eric Adams. Stick up for the cops and just go. Look, we're not going to change nothing. The problem with the crime is that they're that they've taken the police down. They've defunded the police in New York City, And that's the problem that we have. I want these against Stop and frisk. He claimed he claimed that the debate last night that he was against stop and frisk from the very beginning. They started with that. You know what you just if this kite crime in an area You gotta really In essence, you know, be have a concerted effort to go on a date and stop the crime. And the police have ways to do it. And they're not gonna be if there's one bad actor, a couple bad actors, you know you can't you can't vilify an entire police force is what they've not. The Democrats have no idea what they're talking about. This is my fear. And if you're listening, and you're Democrat and you, like, just listen and disagree, Whatever please Don't you cannot vote Democrat. That's not it's a New York it We're on the verge of losing one of the greatest places in the world, New York City and it's because of the Democratic Party who's turned into a regressive socialist party in New York and theirs, And I don't know how you possibly could vote that way. Don't they see what's happening? Had give me that. See now I'm I could never vote. It's like this. It's like this. Look. Then we got a break. It's like it's stupid. People go after me and they know you're a trump guy. You voted for Trump. Absolutely. I voted for Trump. I voted for him twice. And you know what if he runs again in this nonsense this destruction of the United States? This keeps going off vote for him again. You've got you cannot. You have no right to vilify me for voting for Donald Trump with what you have put forth in Washington. Now we don't even know who's running the country. We don't even know what is this conglomerate down there, headed by this feeble geezer who was just you know what he's like. He's in the stage of the early stages. Of cognitive failure, which is like an early stage of dementia. You know how we know because he gets angry. He gets that you ask him a question. He gets angry. That is a clear, telltale sign. Not one press person is jumping on this on the mainstream media. They let it go, too disgraceful. And now we're gonna lose New York and and and you know, Joseph Delia said this. This is sort of Why did they put the Democratic a debate yesterday on ABC, seven that as millions of viewers that zone maybe I think it's a top station in town. Right, ABC seven in New York, right? And where did they? Where did they put the Republican debates put in New York one and the problem with that is not everybody gets New York exactly exactly buried. They buried it. That was not there, and unfortunately, it's not required to be on every single television station. That's the thing. It's whatever television station decides that they want to bid. It's a concerted effort and I don't disagree. And Diane Moore, Alice is the woman. I believe you're referring to Who mentioned job? Yeah, thank you. It was actually one of the few one of the few smart things that was said. But maybe the only smart thing that was said in the debate last night, please, if you're listening, and you Democrat you need to revolt vote you've got and they went after they go. One magical Eonni did this major that may have Giuliani save New York City. What's wrong with you people? What is wrong with you people? Who are you People like aliens that don't you walking around? People are getting slashed in the subways. They're getting pushed in front of trains. It's the worst and they're going. You can't do Stop it first. You can't do it. Giuliani did I I'm going like, Oh, my gosh, I can't believe it. We've lost New York. It's like some kind of twilight zone. I'm telling you, And if there is there a chance that you know Republican could win, And I think Eric Adams will do a good job. But but he's got a stick up for the police. Don't be embarrassed that you were a police officer Eric, stand up for the cops saying I support the police and we need to please, please aren't the problem. The politicians are the problem and the property and you're not going to bring jobs and you're gonna lead the all they want. They want. They want to keep the stressed areas stressed They want to keep the at risk areas at risk. You know why it gives them power control. What is Chuck Schumer done for 50 years in office, right? What have these people done? 50 years was Joe Pine you? What does Joe Biden done? You know, I know you can't even even one of my kids and I want to get her in trouble. But she goes she goes, I go. They do this great. Kamila Harris impression, you know. Hey, we did it. Jo Jo, we did you know my girls start doing capital Harrison Wright, Iowa fellow as undergraduate up, you know, and they can't stand Donald Trump. I got news way, but they see the falseness of what's going on down in Washington. And and they they they actually observed this and they see it And my daughter says didn't count on her is keep African Americans in jail and would not let them out. Even as attorney General California and I'm driving. I still safely have turned around one. Oh, how do you know that? That's exactly right. The two politicians that incarcerated more young black people that anybody country Joe Biden, Kamila Harris, Kamila Harris is grandfather owned slaves shot That's entertainment. How do we not hear about this stuff? Please step away from the Democratic Party, Save New York. You know, that's why I That's why, you know, we like Curtis, leave our man Curtis on because it's so out of the box. Oh, my God. You need somebody like that. All right, then. I don't want to get on the soapbox this morning, But there you go. Hey, 6 41 Jo on the radio. Big al is the headline news Right now I am 9 70 the answer.
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"Creating human beings. What's mine thought of this? First brought by force and pushed to death, delivering off all the trade, as you refer to it euphemistically, a state-sponsored and the other side what does it say about the Civil the world. So if you could talk more about what this does say and going back to the beginning, talking about genocide took the term coined by Raphael lemkin and colonization as well as civilization. And how you see if they find hope today in the discussions, if this is all acknowledged though, you're saying just acknowledging this is not enough. Yes, of course. But acknowledging it's a big step and that's what I wanted to say before. Is that, you know, for even for me as a filmmaker telling that story, it it took a lot of seconds to, in order to, to tell a story song. For the first time you tell the story of the genocide of Native American, and then you tell the story of slavery, and then you tell also the one of the major extermination story which is the Holocaust, you know? And and for the first time I find at least on on film, you see, you can see the connections between them. And for me it's it's a huge step, you know, it's it's taking all those atrocity in a different context and and for me it's it can only suck. Beginning of a wider conversation. You know, instead of, you know, each part keeping their own melara, they keeping their own death, their own pain, and sometimes being used against each other, you know? And that's a device that have been used for many, many years. And, and for me, the faith is also a step to break that separate narrative. There is not many different stories. There is one historical knowledge, and we need to access it. And, and to your question, and that's the right motive in the series, you know, we already know enough, you know, off the problem is, what do we do with that knowledge? You know, and, and because everything I say in the film, everything that has been linguists tells the story about or a big dog. All school or artists. Those are fact, those are highly competent Scholars, who spend their life documenting the aura. And and, and my use of the work with them, was exactly that to force the conversation to a more Sovereign Nation of discussion. And, and to, to push aside, the, the blurring of History, put her side. The ignorance that still, you know, off rain, in in the discussion. And, you know, we, I'm not going to name them again. The two politicians I made, but I think population of more and more interested in learning where they come from, you know, there is a reason why everybody now wants to have their DNA DNA analyzed because there is some sort of feeling of wage, Makes them, you know, and and it's it's our job as filmmakers and you as journalists as well to to to lay that in in plain sight and Thursday. We can say, okay, what, what do we do with this? You know, that's exactly. We just have a minute. What do we do with this? Your film begins and ends with the same line that spend linguists as exact again, it's not knowledge that we lack. What is missing is the courage to understand what we know and draw the conclusions. How does your film and the work of these other authors? Enable that courage, You know, I was a primary educated by Jesuits and and one thing is, maybe from that that I believed in the knowledge and knowledge, I believe in the notion of learning the truth and and the film for me, is the first step. And and my my wish is that every school, every universe is able to watch the film and have discussion around it because that's that's you cannot go further. If you don't know your own history whether what else beside you are on. But you need to know and it's not about accusing. You of anything. It's about facing your reality because you you can't understand what's going on. You can't understand why policemen or still killing black kids, and black men and black women in this country. If you don't know where it comes from, you know, Jose And, and, and it's unfortunate, you know, we are in the, in a time where we have used instruments for communication, huge instrument, to learn for life. You can go on the internet and learn about everything. But we lack a very condensed Matrix of those histories that are, you know, we have been built by, you know, and and each one of us need to do our homework. Otherwise, I don't see any nonviolent a. Come out of this foul. Pick the acclaimed, haitian-born filmmaker director of the new HBO for part documentary series exterminate all the brutes visit democracynow.org to watch our 2018 interview with Raul about his films, the young Marx and I am not your negro about James Baldwin when we come back the man who lived underground. We go to Porsche. To speak with Julia, right about how she Unearthed an unpublished novel about racist, police violence, written by her. Father, the legendary African American writer. Richard Wright,.
"two politicians" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Because little too complicated to get into this sparked because this way we get to to dip the statement of that that they would they would have looked like fools secondly think of this as the apollo missions were still going on nine hundred seventy two politicians from sixty nine seventy two as the still happening russia. Sorry united the soviet and united states are already talking about future joint mission in space which is what in three years will become the apollo so use encounter franken seventy five or readying talks with that an advanced astronauts has been back and forth checking each other's a connection system so that the tool equals could actually connecting space. They're very happy with that. Had the russians called bluff from the americans. Anything that happened after that with not have taken place but have been totally a broken system. Communications between the two russians were very interested in acquiring american technology because the american technology dead surpass the soviet one by the end of the decade. They were very interested in acquiring death. So khaki think that you will look like a stupid by calling a bluff and you will lose all the possibility of what's already going on behind behind the scenes. I don't see any reason. Why would anybody call it. Like that and third soviets also had a lot of skeletons in the closets. So i don't think is healthy. Who started calling each other's allied ally because you end up you know and can i draw a connection between the moon. I'm one of your topics and the nine eleven topic with the russian idea which i've concluded that one of the reasons that they don't out everything is i think they call it straight power concepts like it's more important for russia. The russian elite to use their levers of power than to actually just nationalistically dominate the. Us they're not going to call out isis because they use isis. they use it darkies. Help elgar archies or they. Just they use those same mechanisms. So they don't want to expose they don't wanna reveal the method of how superpowers suppress their own national interests in favor of some relief. We'll use thinking versus soviet union versus to face that the story were sold in the sixties race. Between this and that in reality if you go above the official level there's a cross connection between the lead tanya leads couldn't care less about calling each other's bluffs that's okay you want this one the next one. It's not a problem for them. That's how i always thought the idea that the moon landing was a hoax in order to win the cold war was rather noble. Like i actually thought it was a noble light. Noble even for the us government to do like. I think there must have been a deep reason to perpetuate that hoax then simply to dominate russia..
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"Most Never one time of my life. It was a touching moment because I've never thought to say whatever happens, I won't have to work. I put gas in my car won't have to worry about paying my mortgage. You know, I have got to help me. And then what happened? They moved the goal post. Is no longer a reflection of how fair America could be to vote for somebody competent to become president. No, we have to now deal with income inequality. We have to deal with. Mail distribution of resource We have toe Deal with leveling the playing field. We need to Installed quotas for females to be members of board of directors. Believe it or not, they've done that in California, Effective January. 1 January. 1 if you are a publicly held corporation, based in California, You have to have a certain percentage of your board of directors be female. Kind of crafted they've been doing in Europe for years. We're doing it now in California. This is what these guys do and think. Again. The philosophy is real simple. Philosophy is I take care of you. Take care of your family. I take care of your community and you get out of my way. The other philosophy. The philosophy that we embrace you take care of you. You take care of your community. You take care of your family. I will get out of your way. I'll ensure equal protection equal rights, but I will not interfere. Fundamentally two different philosophies. I think I said this yesterday. We watch the other day, the 1960 debate between Kennedy and Nixon. First time presidential debates were televised or three of them. And the differences between the two politicians were minute. There were no grave differences on taxes. No grave differences on spending. No difference at all about foreign policy, if anything can, and he felt that Nixon was too soft. Now the debates are night and day. Reparations. Climate change. Stopping Orly gas drilling. $15 minimum wage. Free. Community College. Debt forgiveness. And they want to bring back race based preferences in California, having gotten rid of it. Years ago. And one of the reason to get rid of it is because it turned out that When you artificially put a student on campus that he or she cannot Survive on because of their lack of preparation, Lack of background because of the quality of their school K through 12, You're gonna get your butt kicked. Drop out and I saw it. And what happens is throughout the semester. They get increasingly, eh? At the professors at the school at the world because they can't figure out why the hell am I here, and I can't do the work in the and tradition to be there in the first place. You have been perfectly fine at a less competitive university. Where the Pacers and fast isn't it fast or where they don't expect you to know as much as when you walk in. Eventually you can catch up with you. You're gonna get your butt kicked right here. It's like jumping into the rain with Muhammed Ali, having had a few amateur fights gonna get killed. You have no idea.
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"What? Why would you change their so ridiculously liberal? It's wearable. Nancy Pelosi comes from You know? And now and now with it Will somebody please help me here? Please help me. Am I wrong? Did Kamila Harris is grandfather? Did he not own slaves? I'm just saying Now I think in a disown Kamila Harris, they're building her up there. They're already giving these little pro Kamila Harris be a peace is to make her proper up for president. Cause they're given Joe stuff. He assigned this, Joe, uh, sign there. Just like that. Just like what? Okay. Yeah. Come on, man, saying much. They keep shoving things already so badly. He has no idea what my signing now. Yeah. And then they go. I'm signing. And then there's a little card. A little card of they're going It's the environmental protection. No more. Donald Trump Anything anti Donald. It's like what you get is a very well There's the character wasn't their character like that. The guard do, Gary. Yeah, go first in hell gives me Oh, lovely man. I saw him sitting there going like, what is he doing? He doesn't know. Ronald Reagan warned us about it. Donald Trump warned us about it. Here we are. Here we are And and now I can't figure out what's going on. Now They're taking down the name of Lincoln do schools When I think economy and and Joe Biden in 1994 crime bill incarcerated, more young black Americans. Than anybody the economy. I told this before, and I'm not saying this to be sensational. I'm not saying is that I'm just I'm asking for help. I'm groveling. Hear on the radio. Could you call me and tell be in my wrong Did Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. Did they did they know where they're not responsible for the most? Of course, incarceration of young black men in their time that more than any two politicians help me out here? What if I'm wrong? I apologize, Really? And then and did Kamila Harris is grandparents owned slaves in Jamaica. And so if that's it, because the way the this this won't culture is, if you if you you know I own the slave, if you I guess, like, 100 years ago. The two are under 50 years ago. If you owned a slave the you're guilty as charged, and then me, my my family would growing olives on the side of hills and Avelino in Italy. What we know from Why you blaming me? For God's sake? My people. This Sicilians would Lynch down in N'awlins. That was a biggest mess. Lynching in the United States was of Italian Americans. Oh, my gosh, I can't. I cannot believe we're where we are. I can't. But we'll we'll get there. I'm not. I'm not going down and I'm not ready to sacrifice the country. But it's scary when you hear Ronald Reagan And what he said. And we said watch out in the future in a generation you could lose freedom is virtually what Ronald Reagan was talking about, he said. In the generation you, Gary and he said, And he said, this is Ron Reagan's words. I wrote it down, freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass. Pass it to our Children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for protected and handed on for them to do the same. Or one day we will spend our sunset years. Telling our Children and our Children's Children what it was once like in the United States when men were free. Those are the words of Ronald Reagan, the great Ronald Reagan and he's right on the money because now I'm thinking that's exactly what's gonna happen. You talk to our kids and our grandkids when when the government didn't run everything when there wasn't military troops down by the capital when they didn't put razor barbed wire on the capital. It's any. We'll talk to Congressman Zeldin about that, and then we're gonna jump. Actually, we have a great tunnel to towers segment that I so enjoy these because it puts it all the perspective. And Liz Mum's eyes, a recipient from of total to Town Towers home program, You know the fallen first responder home program, and we'll talk about that. By the way. I thought I said this yesterday, I'll say it again. Who do you think's helping out? Bring in water and taking care of the National Guard in Washington Tunnel to towers? Thank you. Thank you for asking, and then also 16 after six. Hillary Kramer. I ask God, Joe severely to bring Hillary on because she's a great investment analyst. Really a portfolio manager. Very, very smart. Said she got a show here a nine o'clock on. I am 9 70 the answer every Sunday night. What happened with this game stuff I've been. I spent more money at game stuff. I have a game star. Remember? I told you yesterday and I was talking. I have this time. Larry Elder have the cell phone to the local Wal Mart manager. Oh, yes, I do. You've got your father. You're single father with no help. You got to have these things, and I also have the phone for the games. Local Gamestop for my kids. Oh, yeah, they make a fortune, but it's just It's like a store. It's a brick and mortar store. Who cares? Somehow, somehow, some geeks Laid the hedge fund guys and Wall Street and games stopped. Gamestop stocks just screamed. And and now now it's that I don't know that this widely would've happened under the previous president. I'm just saying. Because now no one's watching. No one's got the Ryan the ball. Um I wrong to say that Hillary Kramer will break down exactly what happened, how it happened and how I should we be on. Should we jump?.
"two politicians" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Between government and citizen. Ties the hands of government. As opposed to a suggestion box, a living breathing document that could be interpreted depend upon to think upon the political winds of the day. You want a tough foreign policy, or do you have The attitude off Strength through peace. As opposed to peace through strength, which worth the approach. Of Ronald Reagan and typically the Republican approaching last several decades. Believe it or not, at one time on foreign policy. There was very little different thing that Democrats Republicans, I urge you to go back and look at the debate between Nixon and Kennedy. We're all on YouTube. They're very boring. They're boring because the differences between the two parties, these two politicians, anyway were minor. Hasn't differences about how to dispose of Japanese islands. There was a different over how big Russia was how many nuclear missiles Russia had But they were both Cold War warriors. They both war war to vets. Kennedy was 100 believe in the Second Amendment. Very likely was Anti abortion, Although abortion was not an issue, then Because the issue was done in the states. We're gonna be Do you want more government regulation or your climate change alarmist. You want to force feed a Fossil fuel based economy into one this based upon so called renewables. Even though they're not practical. Not cost effective. If those are your views. Limited government. Personal responsibility. Secure borders, Strong national defense. The Supreme Court. And district and appellate judges that respect the constitution. You know Thurgood Marshall? Was the N double A c P lawyer who Prosecuted the Brown versus Board of Education case that overturned separate but equal. He was a masterful lawyer. First black justice. The Supreme Court appointed by Lyndon Johnson. He once said. Don't pay attention to the law. Just do what's right. And I wait until the law catches up. Are you kidding me?.
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"Good morning I'm John Matthews President Trump has had nothing to say about Senator John McCain's decision. To end medical treatment for brain cancer. In the Washington Post is reporting this morning he has, no plans to say anything before his fellow Republican, dies? Either bad bloods existed between the, two politicians for years and Mr. Trump was. Reportedly, disinvited to McCain's funeral months ago McCain reluctantly endorsed then candidate Trump in two thousand. Sixteen only to withdraw. In the wake of the. Access Hollywood scandal. There's a politically. Charged atmosphere on the university of North Carolina campus this weekend with, the fear of violence