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"van jones" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

06:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"van jones" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"With Van Jones, Van, Jones as a television host bestselling author and social entrepreneur most recently he's the director of cut fifty which works in a bipartisan way to remake the criminal justice system free of racism. In this episode, you're GonNa hear Van Jones tell stories that you have not heard before about what he was like as a child about. How law school shaped him how the schisms of the bay area and California formed his vision of environmental justice, and then what happened when he brought that vision of green jobs to Washington Hill also talk about his deep friendship with multiple grammy winning musician Prince, and finally how he deals with the stresses of leading as an entrepreneur and organizer. This conversation was recorded remotely It's part of a speaker series and interview series that powerhouse is putting on. So you can go to powerhouse dot fund to Click the events tab and you can go to green tech media to go see all the other guests that we've had on this show, and now here is Emily Kirsch with Van Jones enjoy. Welcome to powerhouse welcome to what it takes some Emily Kirsch founder and CEO Powerhouse in founder and managing partner of powerhouse ventures. For those of you who are new to powerhouse, we are and innovation firm that helps corporations and investors find engage with the most cutting edge clean energy and mobility startups. In the country, we help them tap into market trends and lead the next century of clean technology innovation. It is such an honor to have on what it takes today New York Times bestselling author nationally recognized change maker and most notably CNN host Van Jones with us. This conversation is really important to me and meaningful to me because powerhouse wouldn't exist and I would. Not Be, having this recording with you today if it wasn't for U, you founded the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in Nineteen, ninety-six, which I was honored to join right out of Undergrad and so I just want to start by saying thank you for everything that you've done for me and for my career and tell enable what powerhouse has become an I want to welcome you to the show. Oh, well it's an honor you know when you start a community based organization in a place like Oakland you know you get a chance to meet all kinds of people young old all colors all know Oakland one of the most diverse cities in the world. and. People you know they come into the organization. They've got great ideas. Most of those ideas never make it past the whiteboard pass the butcher paper just because that's just the nature of ideas but somehow you taking those ideas, you had a very young person and turn them into one of the most consequential organizations for for clean energy innovation in the world and I get to Brag on you a bunch I had very little to do with it. I just said, hello, you're welcome to be here. But now. Bragging rights I like that. I think you it means it means so much so much and it's it's. Yeah it's just an honor to have you. So thank you. Van You were born in nineteen sixty eight in Jackson Tennessee with your twin sister. Angela your parents were both in education, your Mama, High School Teacher, Your Dad Middle, school principal you were raised in the Christian Methodist Episcopal church where your grandfather was a church leader. What was your childhood like and what were you like as a kid as a nerd? Like everyone who's ever been on this show exactly no, I made urkel the cool. Air Cal. Cal. Exactly I. Know? NERDY guide. Super Skinny glasses picked on all the time call professor and you know all that kind of stuff you know. You do that. And do your best and you learn and you grow and I think for me what was so important about growing up that way I got a great deal of empathy for outsiders empathy for people who've been left out. While said. I know you had an early fascination with political figures and even matched political figures with your star wars action figures. So you would match your action figures to JFK or Mlk. Who was who as far as the characters and the leaders, and then how did this early fascination with with politics come about You know I I don't have an origin story for that. You know a lot of people like, Oh, you know this happened I got an interested in for whatever reason just like. Some kids who? just take to certain things. You know they take to basketball, they take to the flute they take the piano I took the political stuff. I don't know why remember being in kindergarten and Miss Pat Miss Brown was my kindergarten teacher. Does a student named Patrick Carmody who asked who is Bobby Kennedy, or who was Bobby Kennedy and? You know he had. He died the euro was born. So you're talking about a situation where the the the kindergarten teacher is kind of caught off guard. By the question I. Guess You can imagine if like Barack Obama had been killed and then like a few years later childs asking who's Barack Obama who's Bobby Kennedy and she started crying and I had never seen in an adult cry In fact, you know they always tell us to stop crimes is kind of thought that adults couldn't cry and the only kids cry and so seeing an adult cry I mean that left. A big impact on me I always interested. We had a little weekly readers the kind of crappy like nasty newsprint. You Know Little Inc would come off in your hands and whenever there's anything about the Kennedys or Dr King I would just get my little round scissors and cut the article out and take it home and you know I don't know salvage. There's no origin story I've always been interested in politics in God That was very prayerful. Little Kid very bookish little kid and whatever reason cared a lot about about politics. We're only a few minutes into this and I've already gotten shows twice so This is good. You went to the University of Tennessee at Martin and earned a bachelor's degree in communications and political science. You later attended Yale Law School where you interned at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights in San Francisco through which you served as a legal observer in the Rodney King Trial and demonstrations you protested against the verdict that acquitted the officers of beating Rodney King, and you were arrested for protesting. Those charges were dropped you an a group of other protesters want a small legal settlement and I'm curious. How did your time at Yale Law? School and how did this experience serving as an observer and getting arrested shape your career..

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"van jones" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"van jones" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"Welcome back to blazing trails. I'm Michael Repo from salesforce studios. A global pandemic does not discriminate. So why is it disproportionately affecting some groups more than others in today's roundtable style episode? We're joined by CEO OF REFORM ALLIANCE AND CNN, contributor Van Jones family, physician and epidemiologist Dr Cameron Jones and senior editor at Fortune, Ellen, mcgirt to discuss the impact of Covid nineteen on African, American. American and minority communities our guest discuss how this inequality isn't the result of a bias disease. It's the result of systematic inequalities in our economic education and healthcare systems. They offer insights into how business leaders can work to level the playing field by prioritizing diversity as they re imagined the workplace in a cove world, and now all handed over to our host Ebony back with. I've watched this crisis unfold. I've been filled with so many emotions and just as many questions like. Why does this continue to happen to us? How do we make it stop? Really? What can I do to make real change? And you know in order to get to these answers? We have to talk about the hard stuff and we really have to speak the truth. which is exactly what we're going to do today, so we thought about bringing you. This curated our what I really wanted to bring you. The voices of the experts I trust the most in the midst of this chaos crisis, so I am very excited to. To be joined by the very powerful voices of Dr Camara Jones Ellen, mcgirt and Van Jones welcome to you all, thank you so much for being here and really thank you for being my voices of truth amidst all best now I know you all have a lot to say so. We're GONNA die right in and get started Dr. Jones I want I want to start with you. You know for many years. You have been helping this nation really name racism. You've been doing it by telling powerful stories. allegories in parables and I was wondering if there's a short one that you'd be able to share with us today. Oh, thank you love me. I would love to because I think it's important for all of us to name racism, and to recognize that it's not only foundational in our nation's history, but it's alive and well, and it's revealed in all of its starkness by the covid nineteen pandemic, but it's also revealed in our infant mortality, maternal mortality,.

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'Sesame Street' and CNN holding town hall to discuss racism with kids

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

'Sesame Street' and CNN holding town hall to discuss racism with kids

"You are having a hard time explaining what's going on right now to your kids and you want to start a meaningful discussion with them about race and racism, sesame street is ready to help sesame street, teaming up with CNN to host a town hall called coming together, standing up to racism that will air on CNN tomorrow morning at ten, a. m., c. n. n. Van Jones and Eric Hill, join big bird elmo and other sesame street characters to help talk to kids about racism, the protests going on all over the country, and how to be more inclusive and understanding.

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CNN and 'Sesame Street' to host a town hall addressing racism

Donna and Steve

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

CNN and 'Sesame Street' to host a town hall addressing racism

"We all consider Sesame Street in the profits they're celebrities right of course absolutely without a doubt okay so C. N. N. in Sesame Street are teaming up to host a town hall addressing racism so if you're finding it difficult structure small children about racism that Sesame Street held on Saturday they're gonna host a town hall meeting called coming together standing up to racism and it's a big bird's gonna be there Elmo Abby could Abby and the answer questions submitted by families fabulous ideal Anderson Cooper behave either to like is there or wolf Blitzer is she in the middle of all this I think it's CNN's van Jones and Erica hill okay great so we will have real anchors there yes and then there with the real pop yes it's going to be at nine AM our time June sixth this Saturday

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Comedians Speak Out On George Floyd Killing

Donna and Steve

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Comedians Speak Out On George Floyd Killing

"Lot lot of of comedians comedians not not comedian comedian while while comedians comedians I I guess guess technically technically they they are are comedians comedians and and and and talk talk show show host host and and tons tons of of celebrities celebrities of of course course are are speaking speaking out out about about the the and and the the the the death death of of George George Floyd Floyd here here in in the the Twin Twin Cities Cities at at the the hands hands of of a a Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer and and it it kinda kinda know know Brian Brian did did a very a very serious serious show show last last night night he he made made opening opening comments comments and and then then he he spent spent the the rest rest of his of his time time with with van van Jones Jones here's here's part part of his of his show show open open we we have have a a ritual ritual now now in America in America whenever whenever something something terrible terrible happens happens our our nation nation goes goes into into shock shock and and hundreds hundreds of of people people like like myself myself come come on on television television and and try try to to make make sense sense of of it it all all we're we're rightfully rightfully second second by by the the needless needless killing killing of of a a black black man man named named George George Floyd Floyd our our national national crisis crisis is is that that a large a large and and vital vital community community in in our our country country is is in in real real pain pain pain pain because because they they do do not not feel feel safe safe or or dignified dignified or or seen seen and and most most important important of of all all they they do do not not feel feel hurt hurt eight eight you you know know it's it's kind kind of of on on the the same same sentiment sentiment throughout throughout you you know know from from people people commenting commenting like like Cohn Cohn and and I I really really appreciate appreciate that that they they do do step step away away from from regular regular programming programming to to do do just just a a dress dress the the seriousness seriousness of of the the situation situation and and sometimes sometimes it it can can make make I I I I I I think think that that you you know know news news outlets outlets obviously obviously they're they're working working around around the clock the clock on on this this kind kind of a of thing a thing in in there there they're they're they're they're used used to to dealing dealing with with serious serious tumble tumble when when you find you find someone someone who who is is a comedian a comedian by by nature nature and and a a downshift downshift into into more more of a of serious a serious tone tone to to address address something something I actually I actually think think that that they can they can have have it it as as an an opportunity opportunity to have to have more more of a of a profound profound impact impact on on the the hearer hearer the the listener listener the the audience audience yes yes because because it's it's just just like like well well why why don't don't you you decide decide and and then then let's let's listen listen what what this this person person has has to to say say absolutely absolutely I'm I'm at at Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon also also had had a serious a serious tone tone to to his his show show last last night night on on that that we've we've got got part part of his of his message message about about you you know know the the recent recent civil civil rights rights protests protests and and concerns concerns the the silence silence is is the the biggest biggest crime crime that that white white guys guys like like me me and and the rest the rest of of us us are are doing doing we we need need to to say say something something we we need need to to keep keep saying saying something something and and we need we need to stop to stop saying saying that's that's not not OK OK more more than than just just one one day day on on Twitter Twitter we we all all need need to to be be talking talking about about this this it's it's not not going going to get to get buried buried it's it's not not going going away away we we can can just just hope hope that that everyone everyone loves loves each each other other we we can't can't say say be be the the change change and and just just sit sit around around tweeting tweeting be be the the change change be be the the change change what what is is the the change change how how do do I I change change how how do do I I do do it it this this is is such such a long a long route route in in the the ground ground it it is is so so long long indeed indeed but but we we gotta gotta get get in in there there we we have have to to dig dig it up it up

Comedians Speak Out On George Floyd Killing

Donna and Steve

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Comedians Speak Out On George Floyd Killing

"Lot of comedians not comedian while comedians I guess technically they are comedians and and talk show host and tons of celebrities of course are speaking out about the and the the death of George Floyd here in the Twin Cities at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer and it kinda know Brian did a very serious show last night he made opening comments and then he spent the rest of his time with van Jones here's part of his show open we have a ritual now in America whenever something terrible happens our nation goes into shock and hundreds of people like myself come on television and try to make sense of it all we're rightfully second by the needless killing of a black man named George Floyd our national crisis is that a large and vital community in our country is in real pain pain because they do not feel safe or dignified or seen and most important of all they do not feel hurt eight you know it's kind of on the same sentiment throughout you know from people commenting like Cohn and I really appreciate that they do step away from regular programming to do just a dress the seriousness of the situation and sometimes it can make I I I think that you know news outlets obviously they're working around the clock on this kind of a thing in there they're they're used to dealing with serious tumble when you find someone who is a comedian by nature and a downshift into more of a serious tone to address something I actually think that they can have it as an opportunity to have more of a profound impact on the hearer the listener the audience yes because it's just like well why don't you decide and then let's listen what this person has to say absolutely I'm at Jimmy Fallon also had a serious tone to his show last night on that we've got part of his message about you know the recent civil rights protests and concerns the silence is the biggest crime that white guys like me and the rest of us are doing we need to say something we need to keep saying something and we need to stop saying that's not OK more than just one day on Twitter we all need to be talking about this it's not going to get buried it's not going away we can just hope that everyone loves each other we can't say be the change and just sit around tweeting be the change be the change what is the change how do I change how do I do it this is such a long route in the ground it is so long indeed but we gotta get in there we have to dig it up

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Madonna sends 100,000 surgical masks to jails and prisons

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Madonna sends 100,000 surgical masks to jails and prisons

"Madonna to the list of artists joining the reform alliances effort to protect prisoners and prison staff from covert nineteen TMZ says reform is partnering with Madonna's ray of light foundation to send a hundred thousand surgical master prisons across the country that includes fifty thousand for the cook county jail in the Illinois department of corrections where more than six hundred inmates and staff have been infected meek mill Michael Rubin van Jones Bob Kraft JZ of already joined the

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William Turner Interview, horse training for the Triple Crown

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:22 min | 7 months ago

William Turner Interview, horse training for the Triple Crown

"Another guy who knows a thing or two about training a good horses trainer Billy Turner. I told you today is his eightieth birthday. The man who conditions Seattle slew to win the triple crown in nineteen seventy seven. Yeah he was born on leap day he is a leap. Ling and eightieth birthday today. He's with me now for a few minutes here on H. R. BILLY. Thanks for taking a little time and happy birthday my friend. Well thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here. I pointed out the a few minutes ago that if you're born on a leap day you celebrate a birthday every four years. Are you really eighty? Yes this is my. I never dreamed it possible because All my peers. And and so forth. And Sean have all passed away. Well thankfully you are still here with us in. You're able to join me here for a few minutes this morning. Yeah how are you gonNA celebrate your eightieth birthday billy Very very Very quietly and you know when you get to my age you don't you don't advertise your speech thankful for what you you're here billy when I say the name Seattle slew. What are some of the first things that pop into your head well just just a phenomenal athletes phenomenal Al Animal Very intelligent and Phenomenal speed and he could and there was just no quitting and yeah he was ultra tough. You know we talk about horses today. Billy some people say well you have to train them differently than you did. Back in the seventies and the sixties and the fifties and there are different types of horses but look we've seen two triple crown winners in recent years ending a long drought How how do you? How do you get a horse? Ready for the triple Crown Billy. What's what's the key. Well the thing is I was scorch obvious enough to be surrounded by some of the greatest a couple of the grave. Well couple of number of the greatest trainers of of our times and one was sunny. Jim Fitzsimmons in the learning. But Assad Ben Jones and Van Jones as you know we changed for Kalua met and five Derby winners and two triple crown. We're at all that kind of stuff and and the same with the FITZSIMMONS and One thing that That a pointed out to me quietly on the side is Then Jones exercise boys role hundred and sixty pounds or more and I yeah that's a that's a lot and he said They said well. You said you know you You don't You you you You don't doubt the hell out of him every day but you sit on them for an hour and that's one thing both Fitzsimmons in Jones. They would the horse would go out and be ridden for an hour. That is not done today. At all and What that does is it. Just get some strong without putting any undue stress on their on their legs and so forth but it gets their back strong and the the It's the back that vic collapses when the Horse Starts Tiring and it kind of collapses enough so then that puts all the pressure on the ligaments and then you start getting bowed tendons and all that kind of stuff. Well you avoid all that if you have a horse. Well conditioned and taking them out and Galvin and two miles is a waste of time Just things like that and Fitzsimmons said. Never give him a day off. Never get well. He said if they're sick or something like that but but never given the day off and Maybe if you're getting a horse ready for the triple crown and Those are those things are are But that doesn't mean you got the hell out of them everyday document trainer Billy Turner here on the Horse Racing Radio Network celebrating his eightieth birthday on this leap day here on February twenty-ninth Billy when you sit there today on your birthday and you think back on your career in all the success that you've had obviously Seattle slew is always going to hold a special place but is there another moment or two that. Come to mind that when you think back on your career that for whatever reason you're never gonNA forget well They probably right after she had US knew. I had a horse called Czarevich who is One of the first news agencies to Race on dirt in this country and And He was a. He was a very very tough for us to To to to handle because he he walked to the racetrack on his hind legs. Just like command and I I thought well I don't know anything about the case but I'll I'll just let him do that and He turned out to be a good horse. You only ran three thirteen times but he he won eight and he was second in the others. So there you go billy. I remember a few years ago when I was Belmont. Cover one of the triple crown. Say I guess maybe it was even American Feroz Year. You were kind enough to spend a little time with me in the radio booth and sit down for an interview and I told everybody you won't find a nicer person in horse racing than Billy Turner and you're kind enough to spend a little time with me here this morning too so I appreciate that and it was great to hear your voice and happy eightieth birthday. My friend anymore John died and no. Are you related to any of the pen? Is that that I know that. Bill modder trained to go online. I am not no angel. I get that question a lot. I am not related to to any of them although I grew up in western Massachusetts went to Saratoga Lot but no I never No never never was related to any of them dependence. Okay okay. Roy. Never had a chance to ask that question. Yeah no not at all duly. Listen I have to get to a commercial break but happy eightieth? My friend and many many more. Well thank you for calling me.

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The state of play in New Hampshire and beyond

Bob Zadek

10:15 min | 8 months ago

The state of play in New Hampshire and beyond

"Democrats rather have a catastrophic week they began on Monday when the democratic Iowa caucuses turned into a display of shocking incompetence Democrats unlock I stay were unable to tell America who won and who came in second the only certainty was about who is the real loser that was Joe Biden who finished fourth now polls show Bernie Sanders with a comfortable lead in New Hampshire the next day tomorrow coming up next week I am sure it means that Democrats are beginning to panic Bernie Sanders is believed by many of them to be electable party veterans all used to liberal and center left candidates are now beginning to speak out against the socialist Democrat Bernie Sanders by Tuesday evening some Iowa numbers at chuckled and there was a leader but no winner Biden I repeat puts forth with impeachment still technically undecided on Tuesday night Donald Trump entered the house chamber to give his state of the union address the state of our union is stronger than ever before impeachment never came up but what the president did say appealed to the majority of Americans a healthy majority of Americans of all much of what he said will be remembered by those who pay close attention it was Nancy Pelosi who stole the show with a petulant act following trump's words of god bless you and god bless America thank you very much hearing those words a speaker of the house rose tore up the signed print a copy of the speech the president just delivered as she stood out of my sight mine the president but for all of America to see she did it for all the world to see that it was not a good look for the leader of the Democratic Party the morning after the speech I discuss not Nancy moment and much more with Georgia senator David Perdue senator I thought it was historic state of the union speech last night I thought it was historic tantrum by a petulant speaker pelo three what did you think about last night but Dr yeah I agree with you you're a student of history but I I T. I think last night was a historic speech it built on the the successes of his first three years in late at a farm plan for a vision for America the last five minutes that speech I think we're really his story but the Democrats such as close to the Democrats showed exactly why they should be in charge I mean how Petula can you be to not stand up for a child and in grammar school was gonna get a choice to go to school and how about the Tuskegee American hero they would even stand for him it was really insulting for America it was astonishing in many respects the touching Mrs you it does not like long speeches she'd never watched either George W. bush a president Obama but she's military kid so she came in to stand up for the general and for the for military families and for the widow and the son of the lost soldier I could not believe I actually cannot believe senator produ the Nancy Pelosi tore up a speech that honor to Tuskegee airmen and all those other heroes well it just shows their their don't care about the future American I want power and we see it and everything this purely partisan political process I just ran in this impeachment process speech tons about that they don't want the truth they just want power and Schumer talk about it all the time you talk about on your show I mean what they want to do with America is taken and regressed back to what has been proven to fail around the world of the last century really I got to play for you a few quotes about what was said last night this is Chris Matthews on MSNBC Democrat cut forty three Chris Matthews I think he wore I came from the like the speech tonight I think regular people well not with us see the Smalls the corny this still see it but don't like it because it's all good stuff whatever purpose it had and I look at something about I watched closely because I really respect like most Mister I was very the way she held me to win the stand when to apply it was almost a normal almost entirely the tributes to people to individual people she always felt that was the right thing to do especially the one quite out I'm right there one why don't this is van Jones on CNN another hard left person cut number forty four and and the thing about it is and I think that we we got to wake up folks do the whole bubble thing that goes on with the will he said **** nations there for all but you will get him forever that ain't necessarily so and I think what you're gonna see him do is say I you like my rhetoric the look at my results look at my record to black people now this is Jake tapper on CNN cut forty five okay we've never really seen a scholarship given which is what the president did with the with the young girl from Philadelphia we've seen the type of thing where a war hero like the Tuskegee airmen brigadier general McGee we seen that honored and it was a lovely moment to have a one hundred year old does he here's Chris Cuomo on CNN four wheeling poignant moments that came I don't know if you saw them but you should go online and look and I'm gonna talk to you about it more later on the president in that speech tonight celebrated with this country is about from one set of moments are finally Claire McCaskill on your former colleague senator produ on MSNBC cut number fifty of course the flow state tearing up the street I can argue that that maybe wasn't the best idea it you know I think America once everyone to get along and get things done but what you know when I can play a montage of left left left left left and they're all applauding the president you know we had a home run senator produ I'm shocked I mean I really am but what he did was historic I say it again I mean he did mention impeachment once he rose above that he showed great disappoint he showed vision for America but here's the difference American people we built America because everybody out there in the real world view like you and others know how to get results the political partisanship here is not focused on results and president trump is trying to break through that that's why I think he's going to do extremely well this fall at Lana is the home of some great talk radio Neal Bortz had many disagreements over the years but he's a friend we visited with President Bush in the oval one time is phone went off one of the funniest moments I've ever seen a withering look from the president at Neil Sean Hannity had a lot of great years in Atlanta you know Rush Limbaugh personally I say he built the mall in which the rest of us live in I hope you stood in a plot in one rush got that last night I couldn't see last night but it was moving it was emotional every family in America that struggles with cancer saluted him what did you think of that moment well I had dinner with him a few weeks ago in Florida and I was in what would this be to that was a total surprise last night to me I think that homeowners a great American hero he did go out first and blaze a trail to tell the truth and that's what you and many others are doing now and that's what's gonna win today just look at the numbers of conservative talk radio out there and their numbers are going up in the liberal left numbers are going down so I mean I think the middle part of America is leading and showing how California New York Illinois have totally failed their governance and now they want to export that to the federal government I think most people in America see what trump is doing and they certainly recognizes result this present you said on the top he's done more for the Arab American community and in America any other president since Lincoln I think Britt slough editor of the National Review discuss the state of the union while on Chicago's morning answer with Salem stand problem Amy Jacobson that will settle somewhere then people are safe and she's the woman of the hour and she just couldn't find any truth than from say the union address that's why if you threw a tantrum yeah well the whole thing about Nancy Pelosi she's popular supposedly this calm cool calculating presence to his genius is getting under trump skin and she showed her deep irritation last night does incredibly test headed yesterday I think trump said of shook her hand at the beginning I like grace notes but they're ripping up the the speech yeah he should have known this moment was gonna come when she started to impeach shop in the first place that eventually he'd be acquitted or be near quit all and he'd be this majestic setting and she'd have to sit by back there like a prop and behave herself and she and she couldn't handle it they were routine they were rooting against America I mean when they talked about alone unemployment numbers for African Americans and minorities why not stand up and clap for that because they they can't abide anything this president says even when it's things that normally everyone would welcome and that's one thing I think it's it's really notable about the speech the ratio of outrage it caused among the opposition you know on Twitter on cable TV and in the hall and the way most people receive it I think it's a vast you know because I'm sitting there is conservative once the limit limit government event basketball on those sort of things there's almost nothing for me is a very center of speech right planting trees going to Mars you know the research to support extremely premature babies and that was a really moving moment I'm among many from the gallery and so most people that the second strike in this on reasonable as striking as entirely reasonable or welcome so they can deal why did the speaker house can happen rip up the speech this is what we have one listener described trump this way after the St unit rasta Nancy pollicis little snack and I thought this was pretty good he he's like human so the impact the fall he he brings out in people who they truly are in sort of a remarkable way they can't even help themselves and as you're describing Nancy Pelosi this cool calm collected this passionate you know Jeff feel general and but then he throws a temper tantrum and then she doubles down on explaining the temper tantrum in a way that portrayed her as venal and petty in about her where you just said the president give a speech about you in this country and its future and that's not a pretty good contra that's not a very good contrast for the Democrats yeah and it just when when people try and think they're reacting to trump intro and a champion way

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Reactions to Trump's impeachment acquittal

Red Eye Radio

13:37 min | 8 months ago

Reactions to Trump's impeachment acquittal

"To get it in I mentioned earlier in the show that the the the whole thing with there were so many people in December during the the house during the actual impeachment proceedings that were celebrating on social media believing you know the willfully ignorant believing that impeachment means removal and then you you look at I guess the last couple weeks there've been a few that I've seen it's over for him he'll be he's done and it went from he'll resign by the end of the week to well he's definitely not going to win in November and you and I don't make predictions but you look where the strings are right now with this president you look at what Chris Matthews has said not just about what happened not just about the state of the union or anything else and then van Jones banjo that on that at the last debate and and what he said he didn't see anybody on the stage that night they could be tribe and on yesterday talking about look Democrats have to understand trump is going after the black vote and he may be able to get a significant portion of it I mean you you look at that and the Rasmussen had on in terms of black votes forty two percent and we said okay fine cut that in half favorability rating yet favorability rating of forty two percent cut that in half let's say it's twenty one that's massive I don't remember Republican I'd have to go back and and look at the last Republican that had that kind of support but it it's it's like they're still some that are in denial over what the left has got it I wonder if it's who was it that said her friends during twenty sixteen with just a draw the curtains in and close the doors and turn the TV TV are in doubt burned out yes if there was any negative news about Hillary that would just bury their heads in the sand but it's just on many fronts I'm just talking about the chatter on social media it's very quiet right now by the far left look they hate to guide the make fun of the guy they must they mocked the guy but I don't see them promoting their their some for Bernie there did the burning crowd was there but really I mean there's not the porch there was in twenty sixteen there's not the I don't I just don't see it it it's maybe it comes together but it's not happening right now well one thing that we monitored on the show over the last five months is the number of responses that we got especially after the cross after the house impeachment hearings were done in the articles of impeachment were actually written so the cross examination was done we had Democrats that would speculate in September and in October and November and cut well with that you guys are wrong they're gonna get him today and it never happened in fact the opposite happened when the witnesses came forward in the house but once that was completed our I believe we have had only for phone calls mmhm and that would be since thanksgiving of anybody attempting to defend the the Democrat point I believe three out of those four phone calls because you wanted a moderate because we we were saying to ourselves this is really incredible because we know what the Democrats think that they have a point mmhm and we find it incredible three out of those four we're only saying the only point they had was a talking point well of trump was innocent he let everybody testify which is again the philosophy that you are guilty until proven innocent right that it's it's upon the defense the burden of proof is on the defense not the prosecutor not those making the charges which is false and we had so we had one phone call on the issues and and that fell back real quick I can't remember what point they were trying to make that they made the point and we countered whatever the point was they weren't there was like silence so I'm not you don't anoint there but that's it and that's why we have with confidence said every single Democrat listening right now to the show knows that the impeachment and the impeachment trial was bogus they don't know the articles of impeachment were bogus they all know what every single Democrat senator knows that their vote was bogus they know what was purely political it was not in line with what the constitution has said impeachment should be about they know what you know Eric if you were talking about the fact that Mitt Romney should debate Alan Dershowitz and that we would laugh because it's never gonna have not gonna happen it's the same as climate change yes you had the one thing tank last year attempt to have a debate on climate change they brought in experts and said you know the scientist climatologist that said now look they're throwing on Tuesdays doomsday scenarios and that just isn't the case it's wrong they invited dozens of climate change activists to debate it nobody would show up nobody under cross examination the left does not want to defend what they believe in no no they don't and that's why with confidence we have said we know what we've done this a long time run hundreds and hundreds of the greatest radio stations across the country we know if we make a mistake on something as simple as when we kid about a Hogan's heroes that was the first time member we said about old in zero right or or what we were kidding them bad when we first got together well when we were first in back in two thousand five wasn't while when we started doing the show together and we Kinley said you know use the term the you of the line from animal house word was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor and we were just inundated with people the people on the left you guys secure your your you guys are just wanna be's you're even know who bombed Pearl Harbor we know it was the French exactly so it is so believe me we know we've dealt with that when if we make any type of of mistake you know read something you know but we we get something and we read it and we you know get the number wrong for certain you know if we say trillion instead of billion boom they're they're cheap you guys are no credible you got that wrong saria yeah we did done did mean it because the last thing we want to do is argue something that's not true right we don't need to do that they need to do that and so we know that every single Democrat listening right now knows that the impeachment was bogus they all do yes every single Democrat senator knows it was bogus anybody in the media the paid attention to it knows it was bogus the majority like I said when of response you know email whatever we get if somebody is trying to make the case are actually ignorant on the law ignorant on impeachment or ignorant as to what actually happened I think one of the the one call was talking about the fact that although the witnesses are all testified against trump was no they did no just the opposite no and I've used here is or when the opposite right so you know we know even your Bonaventure when in cross examination I came down what she didn't like the guy yeah she was she was upset that she was fired and and we get to Romney and the discussion on Romney and your work and I were just having a during the top of the hour and you're trying to make the point look he knows it's not constitutional and I agree with you I got you this is this is where you try to get well what's the motivation behind it you just tear down the the what's more what's more what would lead what would be left on the table if you if the knowns take those off the table what's left we know that he knows the constitution we know that right we know that he does this whole thing was bogus we know that so it was about one thing his hatred for the president it's that simple his trolling it's the equivalent of trolling because tell me where the risk is in Utah I'm convinced he's not gonna run for a second term I maybe maybe I'm wrong I believe he's one and done as senator from Utah but tell me where where does that red put everything on the on the table and what's most likely he just has a huge dislike or hatred for this president because he had a story here even as arguments fell apart we claim the trump had withheld vital military funds that you didn't withhold he didn't know what hit them but we didn't eight here's a quote Corp corrupting election to keep oneself in office is perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of the oath of office that I can imagine what one well there was no election it was corrupted in no way no national security interest the Wall Street journal here if their analysis no security interests were jeopardized because other senators and advisers persuaded Mr trump to release a military aid all even challenge out from the Wall Street journal I don't know that for a fact no no and now here's the other theory that I that I didn't include go high I know that there were people encouraging him senator Johnson or whatever yes I know this is necessary right but I don't know that that's why he made the ultimate decision I don't know that I don't have the testimony that gets me to that point precisely that I would need though the one theory that I have not put on the table is is maybe the the most obvious that we missed Mitt Romney is a robot what what Linda Hamilton from terminator two you know I believe it and you had that for a long time he has and it because it's true can I get sued for that please sumi Mitt Romney go ahead well and here's what happened I think Adam Schiff reprogrammed his his his explanation was so weak console falls yeah so easy to tear through yeah that you sit there and you say well it can't be it meant more read more Mitt Romney is smarter than this mmhm he was always he was re program right he knows that's not that he's no that's not the truth so you get to the point if it wasn't constitutional and it wasn't legal what drove him to do that exactly is this like for his residence like what do you want to make college dislike hatred ever to whatever I you know I again I can't get in somebody's mind but when you break it down and say but every argument in cross examination of Mitt Romney's explanation you can tear to shreds yeah so then what was it afterwards and so when people come to that conclusion I can understand them coming to the conclusion one thing I can tell you without question without getting into his mind he is wrong constitutionally yes and he's wrong on the facts that he actually stated on the Senate floor as to what happened he was inaccurate in his analysis when when you set aside your critical thinking skills and your knowledge of the constitution and put it behind your distrust your dislike or your hatred I don't know how I don't know how to do that I don't I don't know what drives you to do that because you can see he could still go back to his home state and say look I didn't I think that was not the right call to make I would have done it but it did not rise to impeachment it did not rise to to removal when you start talking about the fact that by the way that he was grappling over it you know that this was this was such a tough decision on I had to make the right decision for my kids when you start talking like that you know you're trying to justify your vote yes I wouldn't have to say that no I would have to bring in my family or anything nope it was easy right what I mean it was tough either he did it a read either he did something that was impeachable or not stand up and be a man don't sit there in a book because my my family and it was tough stock toss what are you teaching your family about the constitution right and where and when he started doing that I said wow he's tried to justify his vote yes because he knows it's bogus yes

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

07:26 min | 8 months ago

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Out i and i died i is the most profound moment in my life that never the minimum life not even been napa pow experience i've seen a felt and nine times since then and this one particular time felt like i feel all the pain that i caused everybody that i've been experienced life caused panic felt the pain million and i it's just a tough guy a bad motherfucker sort of god of war in fucking disintegrated in private the and i never looked at people the same untreated them sane of sense and then that's close folk to experience anything they finally currently in every time we do the the different fans prepare for it taking you somewhere else and i don't i i feel i feel that i have a calling on my life i feel that's where i wanted to get in touch once you get in touch a debt there call them why do you feel like the who gave you that calling i had to see somebody i remember being a child and and i will always want to go in the backyard night and lie down on my back and look up at the stars like i said we didn't have streetlights larry every star and i be out there in a mom would see our opening a glass door the back door and she'd be anthony anthony anthony get in this house and say i'm praying mama branch because you can pray in your big house but there was just something i spell and i was probably like six seven i just felt the presence of god i felt that that was something i was supposed to do i i felt when i remember when i was a child they would they would show us a bobby kennedy and dr king and these guys and you forget like now they've been there for so long it's like like not that big of a deal but if you're born in sixty eight that's a year they were killed so when you're in kindergarten that's just five years ago now imagine somebody killed obama llama right now a child that was born that year five years later they've never they don't know so i remember this kidney patrick carmody and my kindergarten class asked my teacher jim is brown who was bobby kennedy she started crying like a baby and i never seen adult cry i didn't even really know the dealt could cry because they were used up crying so as i wo- and i asked my mom and she was stumbling around and words and stuff and i just felt again that those guys died the year i was born bobby kennedy was trying to do something positive positive for some reason it felt like i was supposed to take their but it's not rational because other kids heard the same thing same thing didn't they didn't do what i would do so all i can say is that my whole life i never had to guess what i was gonna do you always knew i was going to work for justice help people right and fight that was the two things i wanted to do i was too nerdy to fight but but in my mind i was preparing so there's a calling on my life i feel almost now like i said i have nothing left to prove i i've already gotten four presents in a role to do something positive that i believe that and the world is a shambles and all this stuff is happening is polarization i don't care what the republicans or democrats think ncua white or black thing i just want that's why i'm studying i there's a there's a prayer this trying to come through me that i've got to get myself completely cleaned out and able to channel so i can really find out what god wants me to do going forward okay yeah i can take that think that moveon you're the man now they fucking man thank you for coming here i appreciate it appreciate the opportunity and and let me back and like i said i'm i'm lily at a spiritual crossroads and i'm praying for god to give you my next set of directions orders and you know this has been powerful imagine i mean i mean we just met mike's step into my mother-in-law though he's awesome yeah i always he's love your perspective man he's corporate media sucks i have to say it's not it's not a public radio or stub oh by love stillwell up i love sesame street i love hotel i love mr rogers i love the electric company because TV morgan freeman electric company genie back any more yeah you think about it because TV we're gonna with like a wasteland like cartoon violence violence and cut cowboys they had these couple of shows i blew past him anything it was all violent and crazy and then they had a a couple of shows they said we're gonna use television for good yeah and that's in my heart i wanna use TV for good and so i appreciate it and they let the van jones show they call it sesame street for grown on people i tried to bring people together let me do the redemption project where i was showing people coming together who wanted committed a crime the other would have been the victim we brought them together incarceration inc podcast let me do so CNN keep letting me do it's ositive stuff screw that is tough because it's a very very negative media environment environment right now we gotta we gotta keep we keep our candle lit for so we'll keep doing it man spreading the truth thank you so often the support any way that we can support you worry hey listen i call on all forces people they couldn't do where they can find your which is good for them to do yes listen reform alliance dot com just go there you can sign up you're going to be a part of what we're doing proud to be a part of the cut fifty movement c. u. t. five zero dot org is also a great organization but the main thing is in your own life if you can give a job to somebody consider somebody who's formerly incarcerated considered somebody who's you know from a tough neighborhood if you you gotta school year running or program include people just because somebody did something guy call it that you probably did when you were in college don't leave him out over what the world needs more now is love we a amen yeah agree under the name bike yes great show beautiful episode hey everybody thank thank you so much for listening to this special episode of outbox my mother-in-law ray here 'cause she came to see the van jones people without the mandate people looking at you love that they got good genes FM jayme could people depot's also until next time everybody i'm ed in britain in that mike tyson we're out of here.

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"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

09:12 min | 8 months ago

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"To school for three hours here you gotta go to class vocational hour our but you will work on our computers and stuff on cars and so this guy working on cars and now he has a job he doesn't like school you don't like to give you a job here yeah yeah give you enough school for you can graduate from high school and you keep your job here and now they're causing havoc working you don't school you play hooky all i'll give you hey louis in japan for instance in japan grace through the business you know what's the worst those radio companies and stuff from japan mm-hmm sony sony loose places they make deals with the school if you give me two hundred thousand good workers i promise them jobs jobs in america you don't make on you yeah born you don't do not fuck you fucked up the government government and the school system worked together and business and the government worked together and they live better ways if if you if you see every kid is your kid you have a totally different system than if you say oh well those kids their kids nobody says oh my kid's on drugs give him seventeen years in prison there's nobody cares about their own kit but your kid give him fifty years and so that's that's that's a spiritual crisis that's that's the human is the opposite of phenol phenol hope in us and but not by government not saying hoping we don't see hoping fell in i mean so they'll see you better hope in life you know what i mean filter desperate how does he bit her i gotta go school my mother wai di anyway they killed my father to kill the weather was how with alive then how do you feel about the more act marijuana opportunity reinvestment investment in expunged acting of twenty nineteen with them all look i'm a nerd i've never had a beer of never smoked a smoke marijuana what i've never interesting guy guys like i couldn't imagine living without their never had a simpler champagne never had a wind i never know so i can say as a complete nerd anti-drug nerd that i'm against the drug war because it doesn't work and you never been prosecuted like the more drugs at a country club yacht club ivy league school ask me how oh i know i know i've been all those places way more drugs in those contexts than in that on a street corner and the hood so now that they're making illegal marijuana i wanna every single person who is convicted of that it should just be wiped off the record and all the money coming in the tax money should be going back to those communities he's back to those individuals and helping them get on their feet and otherwise it's just another situation where black people created a market why people come and exploit it when we did it it was illegal they do it now it's legal and we did we did street the cops came and shut us down now the cops come to stop the people from freaking understood from still at it yeah i mean i've seen i've seen in my whole life you know i gotta get to work with prince i did all of his philanthropic work for about six years tat right yeah so he's a very interesting very interesting i am he saved my life man because you know when i worked for obama only worked there for about six months and then the right wing media came after me because i was a young militant and stuff and they're bringing back all the stuff from when i was younger it also making up stuff stuff you a young well did you do to make them think you're out of the marxist i was in a sweatshop so protesting doesn't everything i could i was every ist i could find that was against the system nationalist marxist anarchist any est because i was pissed off i was like man if you're in your early twenties i mean i mean i mean we in the eighty s when public enemy and spike lee and NWF came out so they put it in our mind that we need to stand up for ourselves then we get into the nineties we finally get rid of reagan and bush we got clinton and clinton's worst dropping all these terrible beal bills against us and he has a brainwashed she had planned has more black people brainwashed -lica- man true yeah mine is well all the whole sick click all of them look i appreciate appreciate it bill clinton more after he was president when he was doing he does get credit for afterwards he when he was doing the clinton global initiative and raising millions of dollars and helping people around the world but when he was president he was weak on affirmative action week on welfare week on anything black week on criminal justice and so i was mad and i was i felt like my parents lied to me dad had been military and you know living justice for all and all this type of stuff and i i'm at this law school and i can't and can look down this street to the university and see kids buck wild who are going to be senators and i can look down this street in new haven to housing project and kids who are doing less bad stuff going to be in prison i don't say it's my dad li- jimmy this whole systems light to me so i was as i was on the left side of pluto i i was i was considered a left wing radical didn't lie to you he was just told you information he was fed right exactly these just passing a law but you know so when i was in so as i was considered a left wing radical in the bay area you have to work hard to be considered left wing radical in san francisco berkeley and oakland but that's what i yeah but that's where that came from i was in all of that in my twenties thirties burned out because it was just too many protests too many too how many funerals with community kids and i work with her work here about in caskets and grown people with gray hair sitting in the pews he's like the opposite how it's supposed to be and we're just banging their heads against the wall and i couldn't see how we could make a difference so i burned out and i decided to try and do something more positive for the community community bringing jobs and we just pass all of these solar bills and stuff in california so i'll say why don't we get these kids on the street corner jobs putting up the solar panels solar solar panels on put themselves up and people ordering all these solar panels and they'd taken three months six months nine months because nobody knows how to put him up so i got the city of oakland to start a program called the green jobs corps to train these kids to put up solar panels nancy pelosi found out about it she just become speaker of the house of first time she said bring van jones washington DC nobody has a local activist to talk to all of my democratic congress members about this idea george w bush then signs a a bill called the green jobs act to spread my little program oaken all across the country that's two thousand seven two thousand eight i wrote a book about the book became a bestseller people on barack rock obama's team read the book two thousand i'm in the white house so i go from being a frontline grassroots activists in a two year period to being in the white house so so the when the right wing media could just do mr f the police mr suen cops mr zito down with the system is now in the white house this is not gonna work so then so i said so prince saved my life because my left the obama white house he picked me up how do you perceive that you see that often your hard work you think that because you work hard anything no i know what you think do you think he would grind and working on it felt like i like all of a sudden i was like walking down the street and i put my breath foot down on what i thought was the ashfall and it was like a magic carpet and it just took off and all of a sudden i'm in places i've never been i'm seeing people would never thought i would meet i don't know i know this is not even the fifties now way wow that's your that's your mission figure all this stuff y should going on not gonna stop get out i'm i'm thinking to it i'm thinking if i came in here for years ago they decided the big issue to the fucking jail come we'll be back then so we get a gift that's what the sean sean and that does sound jewish to me i'm sure he's talking about the tone venom and stuff what are you talking about you can't do what kinda shit you talk about you can't go into doing whatever it's right here and if he's thinking mike way to the show and he likes to stay in a crack pipe he told them komo because i'm a drug of fucking afficionado and smoke go.

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

12:26 min | 8 months ago

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"I hate bullies i hate when somebody has power and abuses it i hate to see anybody being mistreated needed and it doesn't feel like a choice to me is just like almost automatic reaction try and do something and so i've just been my whole life fighting for really for other people well maybe for my own glory and stuff but at the same time i know if i was just after the glory be allowed more famous i'm only just famous enough to be able to fight my fight that's what you think now this all from your perception yes sir what do you think i think you're more famous thank your sir egos bigger than you think you is to think more famous than you think you are would you don't think of that thing that's really weird well i mean i work with cooper JD like these guys are like legends drew level what did you just say what did you say you say that i work with legend that's it you don't work with the militia equal they may not think the the while they're talking to you why are you talking to them why are you talking to me i'm real happy to be talking to you passing you talk to all those big shots now whatever insecure that have i don't have no more could i talk to you to make those big shots you the biggest big shot there but that's that's that's the most insecure people in the world the most powerful ones remember that they'll say whatever you know how can you not be secure for the security the positioning jan you imposition of that position we can never be security and opposition yeah there's always somebody in for true how can you be secured gun for you we know that's not a secure position to be like an easy hit the crown or whatever it is crown shakespeare stuff yeah oh podcast board difficult we can we think about what who the everything but who's the first few whatever the first man the oldest minute four point four billion years old way lucy so four point four million years with the first you'll eat thank thank you thank you thank you thank you african what do you think you were on goalie with you thank you were the first year four point four million years ago the first male your sperm i think what you think you would think you would have asked the africa but then they found a country under turkey nine thousand years old got to rewrite history what do we know how do you rewrite history when you find something something of a problem like that idea or no anything we know if somebody told you don't even know how old you you'll you'll oh you're fifty one to fifty one do you see you said i'm fifty three so i'm fifty three he said i was born in one thousand nine hundred sixty six AD eighty three point nine didn't get no information from nowhere i didn't do no research the research i did find out that this guy told me how old i was feminazi anything anything about myself that what i do know that became champa do this but that's what i know after that i don't know anything about nothing dan about me from another planet and we were plenty i don't know i don't know anything what do you know less than i thought the i mean i know everybody's trying to figure out the war what's the key what's the magic key and somebody told me for black people fit the answer is so so simple but for black people have to be complicated have to be real complex to be the answer if it's right in front of you can't be the answer the after everything's really so easy leads because it's so easy can never figure it out so intellectual have to be from a pack and to let uh-huh that we can't pin nici man i i'm glad i'm glad glad to meet you guys i mean i think you're doing something would you rate them i wrote down bipartisan because i want to make sure to underscore that republicans are doing doing some good things i feel like you know the so polarized that you know we we don't want to give the other side credit when they're right when they're wrong and listen to this is we don't agree about rum and that's democracy you will you disagree you're supposed to fight democracy you're not supposed to agree dictatorship you have to agree democracy means you can have your opinion you can have yours you can have yours but when we disagree we're supposed to fight where we do agree we're supposed to work together and we stopped doing that it's always wherever my point that out and then i wrote down my son just want to make sure to give him some credit again anybody work with a dictator i don't think official ever be a dictator as you think i should be illegal agree no one should be a dictator in our country it is illegal but still we have while still listen napoleon pulling fed this to his mother they're always became even if they go by different names and that's what it is trump is running this country like king and that's just what it he feels like a king and people treat them like a king though he lives like a king and people love it 'cause everybody wants to be a king thick mine you know anybody think the king the own world believe it or not i mean even my wife the both of my belief in king i believe on the king title a great quote by napoleon then what do you see i mean i know criminal justice reform is going to be huge in this coming election i have a real problem with you tell me you know better than me but why why is joe biden still up there on hundred they gotta go trump that's a definite because these don't against trump nope listening he could start far in and still go against trump could that's where this is going to be one of the face off against trump the democratic party just just wait loses my face isn't that one time that's the guy's face trump i don't know if it's not it's i know the establishment really wanted to be biting and i and establishment yeah fuck this guy sorry well first of all from a criminal justice perspective wasn't he part of was it the clinton he did the ninety four crime bill yes exactly he's just an oracle and we just the following orders second man he's seems incredibly out of touch and very creepy in this is not a guy that i'm interested in having his my leader our leaders should be fucking passionate that's why we have trump you know i you know see what you will when i read that about you working with him and him working to get seven thousand signing ability at seven thousand people and more correct and that was huge and you know i mean it didn't necessarily clean the slate for donald trump at all but that that says a lot about the direction of keeping my my frame of mind 'cause i was one of those guys before and i've been able to guide their leading out damage people but but i do see differently because there are some people come home with the who've had challenges but usually by spirits has been the people who blew majority people coming home they really want to land on their feet and do well and we've got to do a better job give place from brownsville brooklyn okay yeah yeah and this is what i know what is it they call the return rate reciprocal rate what a very high sixty seven PM from brownsville brooklyn man it must be eighty percent not more hello everybody i know that's been locked up at been repeat offended me all my friends are all in jail now dead strung out on drugs very very few of them are you saying that we need to make sure that the program when they come home they land on their feet you're not saying leave him in there forever you see them when they come home yeah yeah well i'm a stay need i'll rumble because they helped me is no helps graham yeah in what types of things like outlook program you have to go before you find a job you have to get a skill for the job you have to be able to to have almost like hospitality talapity skills to take care of yourself in the workplace i think we've just been a lot more time i think we should we should put a lot in along with workers you come out of prison talking to people crazy now now you gotta go in the workplace what did you say you have to be very careful after talking to somebody that you say to somebody that did twentieth improvement is all by respecting hi there talk to it's just a different world you can't fuck off dude you're different after the biggest this respect he told me to fuck off you know you got to change in their minds but before we get in the workplace i think as much time and energy that we spend building up these prisons with like if people up one hundred and forty thousand dollars per year per young person locked up you could send to kids to iraq so i would say is now take that same amount of inner keep that same energy energy put fewer people in make sure when they come home they do have those kind of programs and we'll be alright the problem is that we spent so much time and energy damaging people and then we don't wanna it's been any money when they come home do these guys imprint and they making these places they making these things in these the people who are making them for they should make it possible for we i need guys get out after making all that money for our company they should be able to be phil alive i don't know the proper were say rehabilitated transform transform live at different man i know what they do behind in offering you can i say i say i say bring them home and keep that same same energy to make sure they come home in the right way absolutely thing humble wants to bring them home to their daily let's go but what are you gonna do allying out of the cave twenty years it let him go into population i like i said you and i agree that way people come home should matter and we for the moment somebody goes in and you know i wish that few people were going we should be thinking about that they come home and every single day should be supported it right now nobody makes money when the people go home and do well they make money when people come and go and they come back return customers and what we've gotta do we got changes financial incentive i i wanna warden to be rewarded i was listening of all these five six people they leave on friday and they come back on monday with their best friends your fire if they leave on friday and they stay gone for three years and they've been productive we'll give you a million dollars because you just saved us so much money in other words you should you should get a reward for every person leave your prison and does a good job now every day you're in my presence i'm doing yoga which you teach you how to what i mean because somebody come back into my pocket there's no financial incentive to make a good job that's america i looked at fee i watched this program about student thank you saying germany you're young kids sixteen fifteen folks glut wanna go to school raid i wanna smoke we not the police the government takes you oh and we train you to work on BMW mercedes benz and work with the everything you only go.

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Women and nobody i'm not my wife makes me makes me no i'm a man makes me remember mammalian animal excuse me she to third consistence deneen just didn't in this over being close to her now thought i l. is crazy like you know there's this little tiny gestures nothing really going on now look over and you just touched her hand or you like leaned over twitter whatever to put your head on our show them this is like the most fearsome no it's just you know i knew my married my wife and i been married for ten years i know my wife and when she was eighteen yeah and so we have we have interesting relationship and during my relationship many times and i still want to do that anymore i won't say the enlightened that i've learned a few things over the years of pain anymore god if he looks bad till he always good awesome is awesome it's awesome of be here with you mike automobile it's you man you know to watch your growth and your evolution over the last couple years tomase into eighth lent went on i'm not i know i know human beings are not meant to be humbled they meant to be humbled you know we we have to learn to be humble you know because mm-hmm we have to know that you know sometimes when we look at anthony my wife when they will watch him play his baseball game look at these hands and all these answer and it's about the time of the season where they die so by now they've done everything within the summer they've done everything within two months whatever summer is then we can do in a lifetime may and then if they wanted if jeff think we're watching him i wonder who's watching us i think i have to be watching us like we watch anything because we're we're great but would not that significant -nificant yet faith all those aunt died the world would die of all the birth of all the trees the world would die if all of us die door with flourish we're not that hot shit you know we're not really hot shit i i look at my eagle and i wish i could shoot muscle often the head sometimes i think so many great teams and my garden all this shit and then i have to go and take my son to beth baseball game the.

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"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

07:56 min | 8 months ago

"van jones" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"A so mike i'm telling you man these watches are awesome i'm wearing the rogue model in black and rose gold right now absolutely then i have to tell you man stunning oh admit i'm feeling pretty fresh brother theman fresh is an understatement thank you has really stunning benny we also inspired me with the turtlenecks thank i liked her it's hard to find a good turn an oh my wife got me to of business i feel flies i love it in that yes well mike tell our listeners since they're listening to this podcast what they get because you're listening to this pocket they often and you're listening to a great discount that's right so head over to ventura watches dot com that's vince sarah v. i n. c. e. r. o. spelled like vin sarah pronounced like vincenzo go to the website and use discount karen code tyson this deal too good the path up use my code tightened for your discount and you'll get it said baby then chair of thin chandler there are different because i grew up in the rural and the rural sal my father was born in nineteen forty four so segregation and poverty basically what you would call shotgun shack or they didn't call it a shack but it was a shotgun the house where each room is behind the next room so you could fire a shotgun through the front door and hit everybody in house so that's how narrow little property was that they had and he joined the military to get out of poverty put himself through college but its little brother through college but cousins college married the college president's daughter under my mother and my dad had like that he was he knew what he was doing and so i was a total nerd like he he will open up the refrigerator door complain about anything so do you see this frigerator there's always been through this refrigerator there's always been putting what are you talking about mike that's that that impressive to me sorry so i missed that whole experience and i wind up my father died they put the picture they put him on the general program with him standing in front of yale law school with his fist in the air you know we did it you know and so i i'm like one generation removed from all the stuff that he went through bio sit and listen him uncles and that sort of stuff talking about that stuff i mean for me i feel guilty i almost feel as a black man like a survivor is gonna like why me so many guys who are smarter than me than after the thing same thing all the time smarter than me more power than me more money than a bigger family connect respect them you know what i mean and and then make it right and i always say divinely guided we can't explain it but we know it we know we're different yeah it's it's a it's a it's a weird feeling you know i go into prisons a lot just because i'm a lawyer i'm trying to help people and you see all all these brothers and their brilliant strong better looking like everything they have everything over me as if i had compete with these guys i will be there in turn you know what i mean i'd have to work for these guys but they've flipped up all these black men and put them all out of competition so then i go in there and i come home and i'm like i mean i just feel that's why fight so hard because i'm like these these guys deserve a shot if these you guys had shot they'd be running everything because they're that stronger that's smart there while you got the you don't you don't believe it either this this is interesting in your pretty smile listen you can't you have nothing to do with that in the survival fit they look better than us they perform better than that and all the praise peter but they're not an allusion where the survivors we're a strongest the survival of the fittest and if you don't look that strong mistaking you think you went to all the schools by the accident in designed to do that if you think that was by accident or design to do that my my mother was father was they were street workers they had me emma but whether the doctor to an emergency in LA bolitho now they this three people they had me probably horny and look what look at in all over the world people have touched and touch me and it's just it's just not by accident because i had a low sofa theme but still a megalomaniac think full special you know but no one could no longer fitted things about myself like i say i'm a piece of shit someone else say that is fire away because i don't think that but sometimes i think i need to be checked because my head is too big i think too much of myself and ignore could check me but me i watched the couple documentaries about you which i have on my laptop and i wanna be inspired or challenge or whatever i watch you know really yeah man the things that you've said that you've done you know custom motto oh and how like you better leave when you're killing all these different things that was in school but you know as a- as a black man watching the things that you've done things that you've been through your ups and your downs you know you're you're good decisions you're bad decisions or whatever it it does provide a roadmap because i mean you're everything you do so extreme i mean it's just the king like the biggest ever like knock people out or whatever and then like you know have always prov south and so you can learn from your whole art but i think you know for me i was a nerd i didn't get any trouble my dad just like scared of my dad and i don't know what to do at this point i'm fifty one i worked for president obama i worked for prince grassroots outsider young radical militant then became a white house insider targeted by the media right wing media now a part of the media you know when i went to public schools and ross south i went to a fancy ivy leagues well done three sixty i've been some hard to fool i've seen i've i've seen all these different points part but after that i mean you don't know what to do you figured out how to do something this podcast whatever but you can go through so many things in in life man that you don't really know what you do i don't know if you do it that way but you may maybe you can give you need to do right and you can show gratitude and thanks thank god for the blessings that you got thank him for your beautiful fat your hands your feet you touch your children experience in life gratitude gratitude to triple ship lessons our too selfish self centered person and i'm still within this time but i'm just very grateful to have a lot of gratitude but you saw are you with your with your wife mazing you like go like like touching her hand and like doing all super sweet stuff my wife is i wouldn't even famous correct my wife is my my phone system when my wife or my favorite ju i'm no respect for.

"van jones" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"van jones" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"So can we play the audio van Jones from last night here's a van Jones said there has got to bed what was our night there was nothing I saw at night they would be able to take down from about and I want you to a Democrat in the White House as soon as possible there was nothing the night that you're looking at this thing you say did any of these people are prepared for what Dodge I'm stunned did was and is the further division tonight is very dispiriting I guess the one thing about van Jones is he's actually a good television analyst okay he a he occasion he says things against his own party yeah he is I think B. I mean he's honest right like I want a Democrat to win this sucked thank I got you actually appreciate people who will not just take their party line to defend their guide at any cost he's actually I don't I didn't one of the White House but he's actually good at the CNN thing I think he is for what he believes yeah eat it I I am exactly with you I appreciate the fact that he's look but he says it like it is and now an eighty lets people know where he's coming from every time we can disagree with an eighty ninety percent of the time but at least you have it it's and that he was are you value people who actually seem like they're being honest and not just spouting what they think they're supposed to say right obviously this is a thing that the conservative media's gonna jump all over today and Democrats surely are telling him behind the scenes do shut up just shut I know you're right obviously we agree these candidates suck but stop saying it right like I like the person is gonna come out just say it anyway and I will I by the way I like that in our site to if if someone were some Republican does something stupid I want the guy who's going to come out and say you know what look I obviously agree with me on these policies but that was stupid I want that I I I don't know hard cast with James van Jones it be interesting to hear his point of view on what has happened you and him well no not we're not done yes we have to address that I mean the most dangerous guy out there I don't know if he's had a change of heart or if he's had a change of of strategy I don't know and I don't know if I would believe him but he's at least saying the things against his own party even though I don't agree with them at all and it would be interesting to see what he thinks of the battle because the battle is of absolute radicals now and he doesn't seem to be backing the radicals does he I don't know I haven't heard who he's endorsing your I don't know really I don't know.

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Galchenyuk scores, Penguins thump ailing Predators 5-2

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Galchenyuk scores, Penguins thump ailing Predators 5-2

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DJ Don Imus, made and betrayed by his mouth, dead at 79

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

DJ Don Imus, made and betrayed by his mouth, dead at 79

"Radio legend don hi Mrs died at the age of seventy nine hi in the to lead to a better job back on a drop bandwagon done I miss was a pioneer in the radio world of shock jocks with a biting sense of humor he dominated morning radio for decades but got in trouble in two thousand seven for racist comments against the Rutgers women's basketball team and soon after remarked on the arrest of the NFL's pack van Jones dollars a he's African American phone to learn despite an acerbic personality on air I am is raised millions to help sick children his family says he was hospitalized Christmas Eve in Texas with lung problems and died Friday morning I am Jackie Quinn

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Jane Fonda Continues 'Fire Drill Fridays' To Protest Lack Of Action On Climate Change

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Jane Fonda Continues 'Fire Drill Fridays' To Protest Lack Of Action On Climate Change

"Actress Dan active actress and activist Jane Fonda has been in DC leading climate change protest call fire drill Friday she won with other celebrities have been arrested during the protest in recent interview with van Jones on CNN it's called the president snow record on the climate criminal saying he's in quote bad with the fossil fuel industry she says she plans to continue with the weekly protests in hopes of raising

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"van jones" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"van jones" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Hi, Emma, listenable Llano. And this is sorry. Not sorry where we tackle social political and cultural issues from the perspective of unapologetic guests while highlighting citizen activists doing amazing things throughout the country. Today, you'll hear my conversation with van Jones who's worked to fight for criminal Justice reform is helping hundreds of incarcerated individuals across the country his CNN series. The redemption project explores the human potential for redemption, we talk about the criminal Justice system and explore what needs to happen to solve this national epidemic van Jones and fighting for criminal Justice reform. Sorry, not sorry. Six point six million people are currently in the criminal Justice system in the United States. The land of the free yet, we lock up more people than anyplace else planning. Four point five million of those people are currently on parole or probation many for well beyond a reasonable. I was convicted as a first time valid two other Fender and sit us to life in federal prison. I have the exact same sentence as Charles Manson nearly one out of every one hundred Americans is behind bars a five hundred percent increase over the last thirty years. We spend eighty billion per year on prisons and jails conditions of a prisoner jail often makes her Veivers of really significant trauma. Worse. One out of every three American adults have a criminal record preventing access to employment housing or -cation and job skill development. Magin his job interview and his door is being slammed in your face every single time. This happened to me over hundreds Himes when I came out of prison in two thousand thirteen one in every twenty eight children has apparent in prison or jail. Ten million children will experience a parental incarceration at some point the pain in the guilt of how different her life could have been if I could have just been there for her the destruction in hurt the separation due to encourage the ration- causes cannot ever adequately described with words. You and I met when you were working with cut fifty on the dignity for incarcerated women program. And I was just so struck at a by your your thoughtfulness, and how that campaign was shaped. And I was wondering if you could tell my listeners a little bit about that. And why there is a need for it. Well, I've been working on criminal Justice issues for twenty five years a little bit more than that. I'm honest and. I think all too often we talk about criminal Justice. We talk about, you know, guys behind bars men behind bars brothers behind bars, and what we don't pay attention to the fact that the biggest growing population of behind bars is actually women and women going to prison often because of the activities of their boyfriends or husbands or partners that they then get popped four conspiracy on and sometimes do a longer and more time than their partners to and creates a real crisis in families. Unfortunately, in a very different way. When the mom goes way than the dad because often the mother really isn't the primary caregiver. And then, of course, women go to prison turns out, guess what they're pregnant in prison and prisons are designed for pregnant people. They're not design for all the things that happen for women. And so we've had to fight and I've been so proud as a founder of the dream core in Oakland. We've got a. National campaign called hashtag cut fifty cut fifty dot org. That's working to cut the prison population and crime in half and the big campaign, which up of the past couple of years is dignity for incarcerated women, the idea that we've got a pass a bunch of loss to help women in particular. We better they weren't going to prison such large numbers of it, certainly when they get there. They should be treated with dignity and their special needs. And a core needs should be taken advantage of take an account for instance, you should not shackle women when they are giving birth to babies, they're not likely to jump up and run away. And yet that have been a common practice women should be able to get sanitary items without having to you know, work and try to save up money to pay for them. Those are kind of basic necessities, but they are not offered. And so sometimes women when they don't have money. You don't have money in prison just have to to bleed for that time of the month. Just all kinds of indignities we won't get into. But. We passed almost ten bills across the country now on our way to passing twenty by twenty goal. Our leadership on this is Jessica Jackson, the the great criminal Justice fighter. Help to lead the victory on the first step act and also to PICO Sam herself, formerly incarcerated who has just been a wonder she got out of prison and also helped on first step, and so many things. So it's a woman led campaign. I'm happy to be a cheerleader fort and a and a supporter, but these are the kind of issues and causes that I'm, you know, just a passionate about have been for decades in. I think that was there one moment or was that one. It was there one person that you met along the way what what sparked your interest in criminal Justice reform, you know, been African American guy in the early nineties. I got a law school in ninety three ninety choose Rodney King. There was a big rebellion in Los Angeles in civil civil unrest all across the country because an African American motorist was beaten by for LA cops on video tape and nothing happened to the cops that was huge for me as huge formative thing. Gee looked like that guy. Like, you know, I could have been that guy. And then a couple of graduate nine three very quickly after that the Clinton crime Bill was passed which basically helped celebrate the whole prison building. Boom. Three strikes out. So many things that were happening when I was in my twenties as a young black guy with a lot agree. I felt like this was a fight. That was personal to me. I'm I'll never been involved in any illegal activity, but I felt like the color of my skin was legal giving away. The police in prison system was developing. So I've just just you know, took it on maybe same way young Latino or Latina might take on immigration fight right now. And now almost thirty years later, there's an opportunity to do something about it. The most horrific experience of mine corporation was the transport. And I can remember being handcuffed and shackled and tell him the guard. That's the shackles were to tighten they made title to this day. I still have fogs for things have been festering under the surface of the prison system for a long time. When I was twenty two years old long before I had my law degree. I found myself alone in a courtroom holding my two month old daughter as I watched my husband get taken off to prison for low level drug offence. He spent three and a half years there and slightly ripped my family apart as twenty five I was arrested at nine months pregnant and three incarceration. I was subsequently hang forty three hours. Criminal Justice system thousand publicize on another level. I thought it was just funny that had to happen to like celebrity somebody with a known face America for to be like a issue been crazy. It's sad. That it often takes. The

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The FBI Has Arrested The Leader Of An Armed Militia Detaining Migrants At The Border

Masters in Business

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

The FBI Has Arrested The Leader Of An Armed Militia Detaining Migrants At The Border

"The FBI arrested Larry Hopkins, the leader of an armed group. That's been stopping migrants who are legally crossed the US Mexico border in New Mexico. California governor Gavin Newsom sat down with CNN's van Jones responding to a question about President Trump's threat to ship illegal migrants to so called sanctuary cities. Proud of my state, we opened an asylum center to allow people the dignity of some stability. And some encouragement that this is not who we are as Americans, and we have. In value. That standout

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"van jones" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"van jones" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"A pretty high filter, but this is one that I definitely think people benefit from checking out, and you know, it's it's as he said is going up against game thrones. So, you know, it's there it's also he mentioned I didn't include the clip. But the reason why so significant is Sunday nine o'clock was Anthony were Danes ole time, and you know, the CNN really wanted to something special in that slot. Who injustice, that's what they call. Anyway, the redemption projects really great and. Yeah. So the Sundays nine o'clock. All right. That was van Jones is new show them some project debuts this Sunday. Check it out. Stay tuned up next. Our listener the week. The Bible's full of motifs grace sacrifice the cross, but one of the most overlooked symbols and scripture is actually trees in reforesting faith, the new book from Dr Matthew sleep, the author looks the ways trees have been clear cut from Christian sermons, the algae and literature can redacted from the modern biblical text. Find out who's behind this. The all in reforesting faith, available wherever books are sold. All proceeds benefit reforestation efforts around the globe. You're listening to Claude the song as if I were you. Okay. It is time for into the show to know. It's. His. So soothing so too. Always strikes me, you know, some people have a different singing voice than speaking voice. And it's like, wow, I can't believe that voice came out of that person. Not chandler. One is the one that is the audio equivalent of a nice bowl of mashed potatoes. Just. Its other main course on a battle side, I wouldn't mind smooth little bite. You know? Well, you guys every week or every few weeks, we go on Twitter and ask you to nominate yourselves to our listener the week, you send us three interesting facts about yourself and this week joining us is Lindsay Gortat rhymes with corvette. Welcome Lindsay Hyde is where are you calling from? I'm calling you from Grand Rapids, Michigan. It's a snow. Didn't it it. Just node. Yeah. We had an April fourteenth youth group got cancelled last night snowstorm. Wow. Wow. Group cancellation beat Lindsay. Oh, yeah. I'm I'm on it for west Michigan. No are you through cancel than last year on the same exact date today, which would have been April fifteenth Sunday last year church got cancelled. So it must just be this like mid April snowstorm that Grand Rapids guests and just really great. You know, love it. The weekend shorts. I got. Is is lovely eighty is delightful here, and I. Yesterday in its this out. Like, I didn't realize you're like I thought the bible belt was running the south. You know, it sounds like we're in Michigan on the local news. They have youth group is cancelled assuming do you work at a church. Lindsey. I my husband has an an idea as well. So yeah, it was we were watching American idol last night and all the church cancellations. We're just running on the bottom of the day. That is they take away from American idol. We're like we have the special day youth group canceled tomorrow. Guy at the scene outside. And it's like it's starting to Florida here. We don't want these kids come in to get minutes. It's a big deal for share big analyst Palm Sunday, which is like pre Super Bowl Sunday for churches. Yeah. I mean had to be really hard to see anyhow. I hate that for you Lindsay. You know, you I'm looking back in our DM's. And there's been a couple times where we've tried to have you on. But we, you know, for scheduling reasons, I'm looking back you've sunning her. Yeah, we do. And she said. Here's what she said. In August, two thousand eighteen one of these incidents. Okay. Uh-huh. Like, I know I'll never top Cody, but my reputation of my family and friends, maybe very well right here on this. Oh, Cody was arguably the best we ever had. He had the Dennis Rodman story. Lindsay think you just name dropping Cody coming in here, you you you you think you have a pretty good shot at at maybe dethroning them let-let's hearing us, here's the three facts. So the first one she says, I want a good amount of money. Canadian money to be exact for getting engaged in Canada's involved.

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"van jones" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"van jones" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"New show called the redemption project airs on Sunday night? So this week coming up this week. So he's coming on the relevant podcast to announce this new show to the nation. Yeah. Essentially like this show. Here's the premise. They take someone who is like violent offender, and they they let them meet face to face with the the family of a victim of violent crime. So I watched episodes both of the episodes these family members had lost children to like a violent crime like their children were murdered. And they sit down with the person who committed the crime gear Slater. And there's like forgiveness there is like Vanja. This whole thing is like restorative Justice. Not retribution inner like not just jump over the table and like go after the guy. Well, here's thing not in the two that I saw. But he says in the interviews like look not all of them end, you know, warm fuzzy feelings, but this he's I, you know, this is the whole idea is to give the opportunity to these victims to have because a lot of times like someone get, you know, put in prison or whatever. But at the end of the court case, they don't have closure. They never got to sit down with the person said why did you do this? You know? But what you find out is like a lot of the perpetrators are victims of their own circumstances to some degree, you know, getting involved in drugs or at the wrong place at the wrong time. Awesome show. Great calls in great, dude. Van jones. So, and he he really broke on the scene like was the.

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"van jones" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"van jones" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Men's ladies video gesture and everything everybody gets everything they could see. But I went to the van Jones show recently skews in also, you know, this podcast. I always accredited to just like to I am. And who I grow to be because I talked about getting more politically involved in through this podcast. I went to different because I was like everybody. Let's get involved. And I put my money wherever mouth is. So I went to different events leading up to the election can get involved. I went to the Manhattan, young Democrats. Yes. Democrats. I got invited to go to the van Jones show loved it. It was like the Manhattan and Democrats or. Yeah. And we went to the Vanja show. I he had Kirsten gillibrand on as the Senator from New York who took over Hillary Clinton. I'm heard much from her. And it was actually a really great conversation. National so informative also entered Gillam was on there. Yes. Also, I got to see we watched a pre-tape of him with Andrew gillum. And so I got to see exactly where the cameras were. So you know, me because I'm in the studio audience, and so I'm laying out the shot way. I really thought we were going in one direction. And now we're going in another direction. How James got on camera? I didn't know we were gonna go there. Listening to the story. Like, this is my story of how you laid on the work of getting on cameras. Yes. Everyone's got a dream. But you know, and I could see the shot, and I was near who. Okay. Looks like I'm gonna be lined up. Right. And then, but then my friend, Courtney it was more of her in the shot, and I could see the playback she's not an actor. So she wasn't thinking about looking at any of this stuff. And we're watching the people on the on the pre tapes as like, why aren't they smile in? Don't they know they're on camera? And so I'm like, well, I'm gonna give it a lot of smile. That's why they can probably panic. Well, two things off of the tape. And Courtney was like I was saying, oh, you're in all the shots. And she was like is that why you kept scooting closer to me. Like, I thought you're getting closer to me because we're both in California. We're still to black fabulous people. I was like girl you're in the shots. God were you just like smiling over her? Eventually I did make it and then eventually I looked over. And I was like who I am in the shot. And I realized why they weren't smiling because they were talking like I realized other shot in the background or smiling. Because you're talking about Syria shit gets voter suppression smiling. So I got it. I figured it out. James? You know, what I'm out of you? I'm glad that you got on the shot. I saw the post you look very serious. You look very like on the case. I me and van Jones are on the. Two. I liked that. It took you a minute to realize what they were talking about. I had a lot about shot. And then listen, it's hard. But I will say this though, I would van Jones did say the end of this really spoke to me, and he said like ten years ago he'd and not have he he had left the Obama White House. And you knew you wanted to go do something, and he couldn't even get a meeting with the people to get meetings to get a show, you know, after working with a Bama administrator he had nothing. What the hell he said the importance of the he added a binder, and it was like, not a binder full woman. But it was a binder binder that had a show easier for the van Jones show, and he's like that show shitty. But I still had this dream. And he said he just been importance of like going for your dreams. He said, yeah, everyone has a gift. Everyone has a dream. Everyone has a light, but needs to be shined. And everyone must shine that light and go for that dream..

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Donald Trump, Tanya Wes and Van Jones discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump, Tanya Wes and Van Jones discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Pill defense is friendship with Tanya Wes. That's my brother. I love him. I support him. Pantley days pale went on van Jones, show the comedian retracted. His previous statements about giving Donald Trump a second chance. Maybe he is all SNL gave them my log and he was like, you know, you should give Donald Trump a chance now that the election is over during the sit down which was taped before Kanye west outrageous outrageous, manic rant meeting with Trump in office. Chapelle say a kayak shouldn't say out at shit about Trump. Given that the forty-five-year-old is in rural southern Ohio in a small liberal college towns surrounded by Trump supporters. Japan has a very specific understanding of what it's like to be a black. I'll be rich and Trump country for one fail is learned is best not to even talking neighbors out of supporting Trump in the name of safety. I don't tell them anything about that guy. I don't think I can change anybody's mind.

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Two Airplane Health Scares This Week Were Linked to People Returning From the Hajj in Mecca

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Two Airplane Health Scares This Week Were Linked to People Returning From the Hajj in Mecca

"Scare at Philadelphia international airport after twelve passengers complained of flu like symptoms all two hundred and fifty. Passengers plus crew on board the American Airlines plane from Paris to Munich were held as a precaution for medical review. The new scare at another major American airport after twelve passengers complained of flu like symptoms after arriving in Philadelphia all two hundred and fifty passengers plus crew on two separate flights held as a precaution. For medical review by the CDC and Philadelphia authorities the American Airlines planes inbound from Paris and Munich, but the passengers were returning from celebrating the religious pilgrimage hajj in Saudi Arabia. This incident on the heels of an Emirates flight from Dubai. That was quarantined Wednesday after landing in New York's JFK that plane packed with more than five hundred people. Some also returning from the hajj the New York public health department saying tests showed the six passengers on. That Emirates flight did have the flu the passengers here in Philadelphia complained of sore throats and coughs while in customs all the passengers here have been release

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Tommy Lee’s Son Brandon Shares Video for Fathers Day

Fred and Angi

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Tommy Lee’s Son Brandon Shares Video for Fathers Day

"She's entertainment reports brad and angie three five kiss fm didn't already believe we're living in a bizarro world then you have been paying attention to what's been going on with kim kardashian lately she's been working with the white house as the voice and face of criminal justice reform and being named one of the most influential people by time magazine so whether you agree or not she's about nine tenths of the way to being with jed even best he's now with van jones from cnn and in a new interview with him she talked about starting a career in law she said if there wasn't the log college process i would be an attorney but i research that in the state of california i can assist an attorney for three years and just take the bar so you never know that led band to ask him if she'd have a run for office she said she doesn't seem to be anywhere near that had space but she did say i guess i'll never say never but that's not where i am i just want to help one person time how long before we hear kim kardashian for president like you know at some point start running i don't know what went down between you and your dad yesterday but there was no way it was worse than tommy lee and his kid tommy lee posted an old picture of himself with his dad and the caption he just mostly talked about how awful his two sons are he admitted he wasn't always a best dad but complained about how they're spoiled and of course how their mom pam had something to do with it he said i love my boys but they can be a host too and that's the truth didn't take long for tommy son brandon to reply remember what happened you last time you said this stuff you gotta show up to be a dad big guy i'm twice just move on we all have you've done enough already any posted a video of his dad unconscious on the floor after his son that's father's day you get more to check out a line today you can see the video i was shocked when i.

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Harvey Weinstein, Harvey Harveys and New York discussed on Rich Zeoli

Rich Zeoli

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Harvey Weinstein, Harvey Harveys and New York discussed on Rich Zeoli

"His words it's what makes him a very unique politician it really does no other politician does this other politicians they just completely shy away from it they get afraid and they run and they all well you're right maybe we shouldn't have said anything i just you know nope not him eight five five three nine twelve ten pounds twelve ten and a sally five five three nine twelve ten pounds twelve ten to sell some breaking news for you federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into former hollywood producer harvey weinstein apparently stemming from allegations of sex abuse that is that has just been announced now that federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into harvey weinstein the original leader of the metoo movement so we will see where that goes if it goes anywhere with that and i'll tell you something else harvey harveys and a lot of trouble because he was also being investigated by the state of new york until that pervert creep wind up he had to step down but the investigation is still ongoing in the state of new york so harvey weinstein could be getting investigated by both the fence and the state turns out so double investigation there double entendre so we'll follow that story for you as well k five five three nine twelve ten pound twelve ten and a cell and a tolerate left is through a drink in the face of me laron in minnesota i got news for you i i've never thrown a drink in the face of somebody i politically disagree with in my life i've never done it i've never in my life done it i've seen people i disagree with like we were at the democratic national convention we did a show from there do you remember that matt hot hot awful awful place how many times did i throw drinks and the people they walk by the end of that i think it's sambi was walking by through your van jones gotcha i got jones in the face wants with punch show okay remember the ax you know what is it i had the accident down i threw a banana split i did tolerance right there so bad i feel it's only lefties at you this crap i'm telling you i've never i've never heard of anybody on this side i mean that happens but i've certainly never done it before and if i did oh it's just water water.

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"van jones" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"van jones" Discussed on WRVA

"I ruined his life you ruined his life i ruined his life he was very well respected and then you came along is it van jones are you surprised bring van van jones is not in the book surprise that would have been a yes we have someone that you've never spoken to to my knowledge this career arc the same way but i'm looking at it and this is also be looking you know we could just go to china you want to be pessimistic about things you want to hear you want to look at your phone in a whole new way instead of like wow this is the greatest device you know and not when you get mad and you're like why isn't this thing another look at it like this is trouble let me take you to china china announced yesterday that they have begun monitoring employees brainwaves and emotions through a new chip and it has boosted one of the company's profits by three hundred and fifteen million dollars employees quoting employees brainwaves are reportedly being monitored in factories stateowned enterprises and the military across china the technology works by placing wireless sensors in employee's caps or their hats which combined with artificial intelligence algorithms spot incidence of workplace rage anxiety and sadness quoting employers use this emotional surveillance.

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"van jones" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"van jones" Discussed on Toure Show

"Don't forget when the tea party i reared its head and came after barack obama in what was clearly a racially fueled backlash who do they go after acorn and van jones okay i'm not new to this thing everybody's freaking out about now people are freaking out oh my god there's racist in american politics and they're mean inaudible you're telling van jones this i'm the person getting this delaram okay look guys bill match that was struck to burn down america was struck off my forehead right okay i was the first domino to fall me and acorn went down in the heap and then they got worse from there and bigger from there and took over the congress and donald trump i'm nobody needs to let to tell me about this but i had two long before others make decision about who i was going to be in the face of that when i put all my stuff in that cardboard box and walked out of the white house it had a turn in that battle telling you about i had to make a choice was i going to be bitter or better and that and and everybody else was still on the obama high and this type of stuff and we're passing health care and everything's great i wasn't i was alone on a couch i was in therapy i was clinically depressed okay so it's so weird to me to these people are racist in maine.

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"van jones" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"van jones" Discussed on Toure Show

"I wanna go backwards in terms of your cnn history from here because you have a new show this is your second hosted show at cnn the van jones show yes how do you get your own show because i think folks don't realize you're you're a pundit or a commentator that does not necessarily in the minds of the executive suggest he should host his own show but you're so popular are you now at a stage where you can just go into jeff zucker office and say hey here's what i wanna do and he's like all right let's take it seriously because it's van man i wish i would that mean that would be awesome how does it happen did they come to you and did you say i need to do something different you know it's interesting in some ways it's my third show because i did i did crossfire yes early on with newt gingrich se cup yes and that was an amazing experience this show didn't work out from a ratings point of view but i got chance to really work closely with newt and with se and i got a chance to you know frankly come to really appreciate how big the the right wing is in terms of institutions in terms of its its g and i mean it's a basically big as a left it feels to us the right wing is just as big with just as many characters and place and i got chance to work closely with people who are very well connected i still benefit from knowing those folks but that show didn't work out that was in two thousand and thirteen.

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"van jones" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"van jones" Discussed on Toure Show

"Today he talks indepth about that moment and feeling laws and what he did to get back to being successful because reaching success is about what you do after life knocks you down now van is the host of a show on cnn that airs twice a month on saturday nights where he interviews incredible people his first episode was jay z his latest episode is to vernay and oprah winfrey son your bookings are killing game i always hope that this show is a value to you and that it gives you some thoughts tactics of inspiration some feeble for your rise i know this episode will be all of that van jones came to the studio you carry yourself with this powerful dignity i think that wraps whatever you're saying in this gravity and this wait where does that come from in you do you even know do you recognize what i'm talking about no no really i mean i can be silly i mean i i've quoted ll cool j and marvel comics on tv i don't know if that's if that's dignified but you know i i do come from a background in terms of having grown up in the rural south on edge of a small town my father grew up in extreme poverty in orange mound memphis he joined the military to get out of it and then he went to he put himself through college little small black college at called lane college in jackson tennessee and mary the college president's daughter my mother because my dad had it like that.

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Oprah's advice to anyone running for president

24 hour News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Oprah's advice to anyone running for president

"Hundred fifty thousand visitors annually justin trudeau kyw newsradio oprah winfrey so she is just not interested in running for president and 2020 last night she appeared on cnn's at the van jones show to make it clear she will not be seeking the democratic nomination for president but she did offer some advice for anyone who does i am not running for office you go there but if i were running for office and i will say to whoever is going to run for office do not give your energy to the other side do not spend all your time talking about your opponents do not give your energy to that which you really don't believe in winfrey also told jones she was inspired to help the survivors of the parkland florida school shooting because their dedication reminded her of the civil rights movement she announced this month she was donating five hundred thousand dollars to the march for our lives the march 24th demonstration in washington planned for survivors of last month's shooting at stone men douglas highschool he ought to be news time five twenty two it is time for.

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"van jones" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"van jones" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Like you know i know it sound silly but you don't thank you for your compliment but also i just have to work out a loss amber from dc wants to know what your skin care secret is um i i love vitamin c the one from drunk elephants i love sturm there's a hydro with the i don't know good hydrological hydraulic i don't know when you call it um um i just i took a lot of water to act to the phones caller what's your name and where are you calling hi this is paid and i i'm from chances excellent what's your blessed page my air ban i'm a huge fan of van jones enormous um i i wanted to know if he watched the town hall with marco rubio and the high school kids today at the evening and what his impressions were about it because i think it's just more republicans blowing smoke up our asked them what you expect with the lousy president we have what was your impression do you think something's going to change is this going to be the thing that at least let me say a couple of things first of all we live in a country now those young people are so impressive they are so articulate they are so committed we the children are acting like adults in the adults have been acting like children that's what's going on in our country and so i see something happening i haven't seen before marco rubio wherever you think of him backpedalled on policy today he said he's willing to consider changing the magazine sizes all that is completely different than where he was a week ago um i think the nra is in danger of becoming a very very tarnished organization if they don't change their stranglehold on our government and if if these young people just keep doing what they're doing right now we're gonna have a better country so i think it's sometimes breakdowns can lead to break through yeah i think that's what's happening right now.

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