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"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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03:58 min | 9 months ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"The family of elijah mclean has reached a tentative settlement with the city of aurora in federal civil rights lawsuit over. Mcclain's two thousand nine thousand nine hundred death. Elijah mclean twenty-three-year-old. Black man was tackled by. Police placed in a chokehold and later injected with a large. Amount of the powerful sedative ketamine. He died several days later. Separately from the settlement. Three police officers and two paramedics were indicted last month on manslaughter. homicide charges. A recent investigation confirmed a pattern of racially biased policing and use of excessive force in the aurora police department and in new york city a prominent statue of thomas. Jefferson will be removed from city hall after a year's long push from black and latte next council members. This is council member atrean adams jefferson was a slave holder who owned over six hundred human beings african slaves the economic benefits of slave labor from he maintained the notion that black people were inferior to white people. I believe it's time for us as the city to turn the page and move forward and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren pace report. I mean me. Goodman and new york joined by democracy now coho swung than solace in new brunswick new jersey. High one i and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well we begin. Today's show with what a number of people are calling strike. Tober as workers across the united states in a wide variety of industries are walking off the job. Thousands have gone on strike at food. Plants operated by kellogg's nabisco and frito lay over work hours pay and benefits last week. More than twenty four thousand kaiser permanente healthcare workers in california authorized a strike. Now ten thousand. United automobile workers members at john. Deere are also on strike saying they were forced to work overtime while the company made record profits. The list goes on and includes more than one thousand coal miners on strike at warrior. Met in alabama. As we've covered here democracy now this comes as the union representing television and film production crews averted a strike of some sixty thousand workers just hours before a midnight deadline saturday when it reached a tentative agreement with an association of hollywood producers representing companies like walt disney net flicks and amazon the tentative deal brings members of the international lions of theatrical stage. Employees higher pay longer breaks and better health care and pension benefits. Some members. say. The deal doesn't go far enough and about forty thousand members from thirteen. Hollywood locals must still approve the pack. These are two members in los angeles costume maker in tucson and thomas peak salon who works in.

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"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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05:21 min | 10 months ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Missing today killed by the scoundrels in uniform and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren pace report when we come back fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller called out. State troopers who opened fire on an attica prison uprising killing thirty nine people. The ultimate dead tally. Ten guards twenty nine prisoners today. We air long suppressed. Testimony of attica survivors were tortured by guards and speak with one of the brothers. A negotiator filmmaker. Who helped uncover. What really happens. Stay with us..

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"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Novel Corona Virus that Chinese virus. Trump's repeated use of the term KSM as Asian Americans across the United States reported a rash of hate crimes including a number of assaults Asian New York City subway riders. This is New York state. Senator John Lou. We have this long legacy not a great legacy of being termed a yellow peril from over one hundred years ago and unfortunately trump calling this. The Chinese virus only perpetuates this notion of yellow peril and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report when we come back we will look at the economy we will look at corporations getting exclusive rights to drugs and we will look at the Global South. This is democracy now. We're broadcasting from the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States. New York City. Stay with us Two way balm in Gilead by Nina Simone. And we're going to be speaking about a different gilead in a moment. The Gilead Corporation. This is democracy now democracy now dot Org the Warren Pace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York City. The epicenter of the pandemic in the United States joined by my colleague. My Co host Nermeen Shea. Who is joining us to protect? Community spread against community spread joining us from her home in New York City. Heiner mean.

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Finding connection in solitude Margaret Atwood & Mark Haddon

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08:39 min | 2 years ago

Finding connection in solitude Margaret Atwood & Mark Haddon

"First into younger share with you is mark had author of the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime most recently the porpoise. He's talking about book. We published that. He contributed to stop what you're doing and read this. Which is an excellent but by the way is one of the books already as go as a bookseller in one of the books that made me want to really work vintage books and he talks about how he believes in the power of a good novel. A term he defines as a piece of work is humane and generous. I particularly found comfort in his description of reading as a compensation a reader and a writer sitting opposite each other. In each other's company I can write plays and films and even poems in which some of the characters are genuinely unsympathetic for which you and the reader feel no empathy partly because those forms are spectacle to a certain extent. You you can sit back and watch it from a distance but I think all novels A conversation I I tend to picture a novel as you. The writer and the reader sitting in adjacent chairs talking quietly to each other. You know a novel is never declaimed or acted out or overheard. It's it spoken quietly to the reader and of course a really long conversation and to make the long conversation work you've really got to you with a like the narrator. You're gonNA like the person who's talking to you. They can be taught or scathing satirical. But they've got to have an underlying warm both towards you and and towards the people they're talking about and I think you can see that. All great writers and Dickens in Jane Austen George Eliot in Tolstoy and in fact in Warren Pace. You can see where it doesn't work because when he does start declaim in those separate chapters about his theory of history he can lose you completely and it's one of the great novels in the world where no one reached the last chapter. Because he's just telling you stuff you don't really want to know. I think this is particularly true of Virginia Wolfe It's not just her warmth than her interest in the people she's talking about but the speed the ease with which she seems to flow in and out of different people's minds in and out of different consciousnesses in a very short period of time often around dining table in and out of the minds of people talking with with one another and I think the way in which she does. That makes you very aware of something about your own mind personally. I'm always reading Virginia Woolf and thinking Yes yes yes that's what it's actually like to be a human being not just that stream of consciousness stuff which she does so well the way you flick from memories of Childhood Your plans for dinner to the fear of death all within thirty seconds the way we move from sense of loneliness sudden empathy with people around us the way we feel sort of sealed in one moment and then suddenly we dissolve and we realized that we members of a group of people or we members of a family and a part of verse exists within all those other people in the room at the same time the way we move from our past to our future back into our president. I think there are other right to have a wide range of characters and a wide range of situations. By doting. There is anyone who understands articulates what it is like to be a person from one moment to the next so the other interview. I found interesting was one. The Margaret Atwood gave on stage all those years ago when she'd written novel taxied. If you don't know already exceed is retelling of Shakespeare's tempest in the interview. Margaret Talks about the theme of exile in tempest. And how she explores to have writing the contrast between freedom. I'm confinement. I know a lot of us feel like we're in a very strange very necessary. Exile from our normal lives in big. I'm small ways so I hope like me find this interview. Refreshing or at least a little comforting. Let me start by asking about the genesis of high exceed. Of course it's part of the hogarth Shakespeare series but why the tempest yes. Why the tempest Luckily I was early on the list of people who are asked so I got I got my druthers and that was my brother because I had thought about it quite a bit before. It even written about Prospero before in my book on writing which is called oddly. Enough a writer on writing it used to be called negotiating with the dead but I think the day word was a bridge too far for some people in the publishing industry. They don't like the D. Word. No no not always coming to say it does what it says on the tin it. Does I think what it says on the tin. So it's not about my writing and it's not about how to write about. Who are these writers? What do they think they're doing? And how are they different from other kinds of artists and The chapter in which Prospero of here's is a chapter on diabetes. Magicians because of course writers are dubious. Magicians they create illusions and are those illusions always benevolent. So that's what I what I was writing about in that book and one of the other ones in that chapter is the wizard of Oz. Who has he says is A good man but a bad magician he has no real magic. He's an illusionist. So what you need to ask about any writer probably is. Are they a good man but a bad magician or have bad man but a good magician? Which is often also true or possibly. They're good at both but Prospero in the tempest is very ambiguous. And therefore the he's been open to many different kinds of interpretations. It's also play with a lot of unanswered questions. And it is the one play above all in which Shakespeare is writing a play about what he actually did all his life. He's writing play about a director producer. Putting on a play with the aid of a very good special effects man called aerial. So that is what happens in the book and a director producer puts on a play by means of which he hopes to get revenge on the people who have done him dirt twelve years before them. Light on the setting. Because it's one thing. It seems to me to consider prosper on his magic in an essay. It's another to construct a whole story which you could read perfectly plausibly. I think without even knowing that the tempest existed I think it helps to know that the tempest exists and by the end of it. You're certainly going to know that the tempest exists. Because what they're putting are isn't is the tempest. So how did I come to all of that? The epilogue has always been very intriguing to me which Prospero's steps out of the play addresses the audience. But he's still prospero. He's not saying hello. I'm an actor playing Prospero. He is still prospero and that play is about guilt and forget and forgiveness and and and liberation because the last three words of it are set me free. But it's a bit puzzling in the epilogue of what is Prospero guilty. Why does he feel guilty? And from what is he being freed now that he's outside his own play

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"warren pace" Discussed on Quiz and Trivia show - with Bevvo

Quiz and Trivia show - with Bevvo

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Quiz and Trivia show - with Bevvo

"To bit more time to answer them. Just pause to easy Route Chris. Number two what does be if g refer to enroll dull story? The author roll down. Wrote a better be if g what is the BF? G number three who plays Joan Gerard and Talladega nights moderating movie Talladega nights who plays John Gerard and for the bonus part of that question. Which year did that movie come out? Who Plays John Gerard until they cannot which yielded the movie. Come at four. How many dice are used in the game of Yahtzee? Play as a kid plight on on your phone. How many dice are used in the game of Yahtzee? Five strong to hear Stephen Hawking singing. What's up with that? We'll Stephen Hawking does sing using his voice boats and this week with the lyrics from a well known. So it's a worldwide number one Stephen Hawking voice box and tell me which is stephen singing. I never really knew that she could dance like this. She makes a mind wants to speak. Spanish Komo's Yama Benita me. Mikasa SOUP SU-CASA CC. I never knew he spoke Spanish. Have you want to hear that again? Just pressed the skip back for fifteen thirty seconds and you can hear it again and ricky not that cameras will see if you can guess which which year and nine the song. That Stephen Hawking singing. I never really knew that she could dance like this. She makes a mind wants to speak Spanish. Komo's e Yama Benita Makassar suit Kasa. Cc SIX OFF. His need three authors. That wrote these three books well known will watch titles more and face. The horse whisperer children's classic Paddington Bay which Authors wrote those books Warren Pace. The host whisper Paddington. Bear question facilities the continental question the seven continents of the world. But we never ask a question about Antactica so we've got six to choose from rolled ice and the question comes up. As Europe's number one number one on the is Europe from the Europe. Folks there what Keller is the London Underground bike allu- line get on the to Chew Ba London and you look at the math color. Is THE BIKE. Olu Line number seven number right in two thousand seven the very first generation apple TV was to be launched with which nine what was the plan nine of Apple TV. It wasn't always called Apple. Tv in the planning for working there might have called it number. Nine the one and only sport question of this quiz podcast on the seventeenth of February. Two thousand five. The first international twenty twenty cricket match was played between which two countries on the seventeenth of February two thousand and five? The first international twenty twenty match was played between which two countries and obtained last question of the first half. It's fifty fifty always a fifty fifty two in the quiz which Greek sit. No great genius has ever existed without some touch of madness was aristotle or hippocrates which Greek said no great genius ever existed without some touch madness aristotle or hypocrisy initiative questions. Sick does the first half Seeking coming up shortly at the end of the big question. We're GONNA shout outs of birthday wishes as well so the answers to the first half the five European capitals Rome Italy. You should've guessed. Rhyme is Oslo the VR in Switzerland Kiev Ukraine and. What's the capital of Latvia? Riga R. G. That's a big friendly giant number three Jones Rod. The movie came out in two thousand and six and that was like is now. That's Sasha Baron Cohen. Yes although he wasn't that excellent movie Jones Gerard. Sasha Baron Cohen. The dice used in Gambia. Yahtzee is five. There are five dice and the song that Stephen Hawking was singing. Yes the hips don't lie Shakira. What a super bowl show. She put on start like two thousand and one worldwide number one secure number six which authors authorized the votes? Warren Pace. Leo tolstoy the host Whisper from Nicholas Evans and Michael Bolton the famous author of Paddington. Bear the Contin into question for Europe. The by line is brand is brown in two thousand seven. The I Jin Apple. Tv was going to be cooler. I TV but they had to change due to it UK mentioning something about Louis into bit of legal stuff this question. Well let's Ustralia New Zealand's and strategy one that one Ricky Naughty Australia New Zealand for this question and fifty fifty was aristotle socrates. Aristotle said no great genius has ever existed without some touch madness. That's the end of the first half. Had Go get tenure. It's tough to get ten trying to make these quizzes to out. Don't make an easy either. All right the big question coming up soon but the second half is underway. I want you to name the three most populous cities of current day Germany. What are the three most popular cities of current day? Jimmy rather large population Jimmy. But what are you GonNa Guy? You can take Frank Philis. That's V if monitor was sticking the three most populous cities of current day. Germany are And number twelve feeds. Yeoman is sometimes known as ceremonial God of which London attraction beefeaters look after which London attraction number thirteen. Is Your agent right at Weirdo? Plant question and the word will looking for this week. Stromboli Stromboli would you eat it right at weird play? It is Stromboli fourteen with one. Another cat tunes. What is the name of the Warner Brothers? Romantic skunk what is the name of the Warner Brothers? Romantic Skunk fifteen the audio exit the week. Won't you tell me the name of the actress? That's accepting a recent academy award. Who is this actress and to this community? Y'All have taught me so much along the way and I'm so grateful to you especially to my sister's your example inspires me. I feel so lucky to be a member of this family of storytellers. Who GETS TO DO WORK? That reflects the experience of being human and fosters understanding and empathy and unity. And with some luck maybe pushes history a little bit closer to the light Judy Garland Fifty years later. Your community is thinking of you tonight. This is for you. Thank you so much everyone. That is certainly not the exit. I thought she had in real life. So she's a great vocal actress number sixteen around September. The full major fashion weeks held in which four cities? There's four major. Fashion weeks held around September in which four cities they held pretty easy. You really number seventeen every episode. We ask you a year in the life of someone someone famous someone will know and this time around it's L. Einstein. When was he alive? He was born which he died. If you can get one of the years in between when he was born when he died you'll get it right a year in the life of Elba Feinstein Place Number Eighteen. Who's the first person mentioned in billy? Joel Song we didn't start. The fire was the first person mentioned. And Billy Joel Song. We didn't start the fire team based in Qatar. What is the name of the largest Arab TV News Network based encounter? What is the name of the largest Arab TV news network and the last question for the second half will give you the answers after we give some shutouts last question? Is this fifty fifty middlemen which is further forty miles or fifty eight kilometers? Which is further forty miles of distance? Fifty eight kilometers at distance.

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"warren pace" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Five eastern time when the chiefs entertain the Titans Banat it's the NFC championship game as six forty eastern time pick off at Santa Clara as the forty Niners entertain the Packers now to the NBA where the Mavericks beat the Blazers one twenty to one twelve look at don church with thirty five points including eight three pointers in San Antonio the spurs the hawks were down fourteen points in the fourth quarter they beat the spurs one twenty one one twenty tray Yang for thirty one points the Grizzlies have won seven straight they beat the Cavaliers one thirteen to one oh nine Burkhard corn as were twenty four points the Sixers over the bulls one hundred eighty nine how this all with twenty points including six three quarters the raptor over the wizards one forty to one eleven it was the heat over the thunder one fifteen one await and Malcolm broader than the go ahead shot with eighteen seconds to go the Pacers a B. fifty walls one sixteen to one fourteen DJ Warren pacing Indiana with twenty eight points college basketball number fifteen Michigan state they beat Wisconsin sixty seven to fifty five it over time thirteen Dayton over St Louis seventy eight seventy six feeling quite sure the game winning three pointer at the buzzer in overtime and it was Iowa beating number nineteen Michigan ninety to eighty three Luka Garza led the way with thirty three points now the light on ice three games in the NHL last night the lightning over the jets seven one in Winnipeg for Tampa Bay Anthony Sorel Lee with a hat trick overtime in Raleigh the talks over the hurricanes two to one Sam Steele the game winning goal at one thirty six votes he added mowed down the penguins get father red wings two to one in overtime Sidney Crosby they gain one or one thirty three into overtime the goal.

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"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Welcome to democracy now democracy now or the Warren Pace report. I made me Goodman the house. Intelligence Committee has released. Its report on the impeachment inquiry concluding president trump tried to use the powers of his office to solicit foreign interference on his behalf in the two thousand twenty election. The scathing report says quote the President placed his own personal and political interests above the national interest. trysts of the United States and quote the report went on to say the founding fathers prescribed a remedy for chief executive who places his personal interests Chris above those of the country impeachment unquote. This is House Intelligence Committee chair. Adam Schiff speaking Tuesday. If the Congress allows a president who so fully and blanket obstruct the work of Congress even involving an impeachment investigation into the president's own misconduct. Then we are begging for more of the same. We are singling to any future president that can gauge whatever corruption malfeasance malfeasance or negligence and. They are beyond accountability. The report centers on how president trump withheld military create from Ukraine in order to pressure the Ukrainian president to investigate trump's political rivals. The Biden's the report also chronicles. How top administration officials officials knew about trump's efforts or helped him carry them out these top officials including Vice President Mike Pence Secretary of State Mike Pompilio former energy secretary? Rick Perry and Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney today. The House Judiciary Committee will hold. Its first televised hearing featuring testimony from four law experts on the constitutional nature of impeachment democracy. Now we'll be live streaming. Today's impeachment hearing beginning at ten ten. Am Eastern time at democracy now dot org. The European Union Environmental Agency is warning. Wide Swaths of Europe could face annual the extreme heat waves unless urgent action is taken to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions to avert the most catastrophic impacts of climate change. This is sounds Brennan. Six of the European Environmental Agency which released its new report this week amidst the UN climate change summit in Madrid Spain things. These are indeed urgent. We need to bend the trends in the next decade. It's critical that gate we already see irreversible damage. Climate change is happening. Biodiversity is lost species are disappearing our oceans are changing fundamentally democracy now. We'll be broadcasting from cop twenty five in Madrid Spain beginning on Friday and all next week California Senator Kamala Harris says she's ending her twenty. Twenty Presidential Campaign Harris began. The race is one of the front running candidates but now says she doesn't have enough money to continue her run. There's been a significant racial wealth gap among the twenty twenty presidential candidates in November the four leading White Candidates Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Pete. Buddha judge and Joe Biden had nearly four times as much cash on hand is the racist. Five candidates of Color Harris Andrew Yang Cory Booker Tulsi Gabbard and Hassan Castro Castro responding to news about Kamla Harris's departure from.

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"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"From New York this is democracy now they're trying to thousands take to the streets to demonstrate against dire economic conditions austerity and corruption demanding Lebanon's leader step down we'll go to root for the later then there's the homeownership rate for African Americans falls to its lowest level since one thousand nine hundred fifty we speak with Professor Yanga Taylor author of the new book race for profit how banks and the real estate industry undermine black home ownership examination federal policies enacted after the federal government's pop practices of redlining for the previous several decades in the way that that created in ways for exploitation in predatory practices involving real estate in African American communities all that and more coming up welcome to Democracy Now Democracy Now or the Warren Pace report.

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"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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10:59 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot or the Warren Pace report. I'm Amy Goodman Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo's blaming Iran for last weekend's attacks on Saudi oil facilities describing them as an act of war on Peyot was speaking from Geneva data where he met with the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman to discuss the attacks which left heavily damaged one of the world's biggest oil processing facilities pond. Pao's visit visit came a Saudi military officials in Riyadh showed reporters remnants of what they described Iranian drones and cruise missiles saying they could not have been launched by Yemen's who the rebels rivals even though who the's have claimed responsibility for the attacks Iran's denied responsibility but foreign minister vowed Serena told CNN is nations prepared to defend spend itself against any attack by the US or its allies what would be the consequence of America or Saudi military strike on Iran now an all out war. You make a very serious illness but I make it very statement about defending our country. I'm making a very serious statement that we don't want four. We don't want to engage in a military confrontation. We believe that a military confrontation based on deception is awful lot of casualties but we won't bidding to defend territory. Senate Democrats have have warned trump against any attack on Iran saying he would need authorization from Congress president trump said Wednesday. He's imposed new sanctions on Iran the White House Treasure Treasury SEC and State Department haven't released any details the Washington Post reports a conversation between president trump and a world leader. Peter disturbed the US intelligence official so much that the person filed a whistleblower complaint leading to a showdown between lawmakers and US intelligence eligible agencies according to the Washington Post Trump's interaction with the foreign leader included a promise that was regarded as so troubling that prompted ended the unnamed official to file a complaint with Michael Atkinson the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community Atkinson reportedly agreed the concern was incredible and troubling enough to alert Congressional Oversight Committees but acting director of national intelligence source of McGuire has refused to share details of complaint with lawmakers. Atkinson is scheduled to answer questions in a closed-door session of the House Intelligence Committee today. It's not clear which world leaders conversation with trump prompted the complaint. The Post reports trump spoke with five world leaders during the time period covered including Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong UN president trump has named Robert O'Brien as fourth national security advisor after ousting John Bolton from the role last week O'Brien's the author of the two thousand sixteen book while America's slept or storing American leadership to a world in crisis a collection of essays as promoting hawkish. US Foreign Policy O'Brien's longtime associate as secretary of state. Mike Pompeo previously served as top US hostage negotiator in July alive president trump sent O'Brien Sweden to win the release of SAP Brockie after the thirty year old rappers arrest for allegedly assaulting in one thousand nine year old man in Stockholm. He's he's previously worked as national security adviser to the presidential campaigns of Republican candidates Ted Cruz Scott Walker and Mitt Romney and Afghanistan in the lead up to national elections later this month at least thirty civilians were killed and forty wounded late Wednesday after us-backed Afghan security forces launched an air raid on farmers in eastern Nangahar a province a local officials said drone attack was aimed at a hideout east by a Slavic state fighters but instead killed farm workers who finished a hard day's labor harvesting pine nuts elsewhere the Taliban has claimed responsibility for a truck bomb explosion in the southern city of Kalat that killed at least twenty people and wounded ninety seven others a local officials. The blast ripped through a gate to a hospital but the target was likely nearby training base for Afghanistan's powerful Security Agency elsewhere in eastern Afghanistan a suicide bomber and gunman attacked a government building and Jalalabad injuring at least nine people at a distribution center for national identity cards which voters will need to cast ballots in the September twenty eighth election. This follows a pair of attacks on Tuesday that killed forty eight and wounded dozens of others. The Taliban promised to step up attacks attacks after president trump abruptly cancelled peace talks on September seventh declaring the negotiations dead in Indonesia massive forest fires have spread toxic as over the islands of Sumatra and Borneo sending residents to hospitals shutting down airports and closing schools as far away as Singapore are in Malaysia on Wednesday military pilots began seeding clouds above the fires with chemicals hoping to produce enough rain to douse the blazes Indonesian officials estimate about eighty percent of the fires were deliberately set in order to clear land for palm oil plantations in Bermuda more than twenty eight thousand homes and businesses is lost power overnight as the outer bands of Hurricane Umberto brought down trees and power lines but the British territory was spared a direct hit from the dangerous category three hurricane. This comes as a record tying six named storms churned in the eastern Pacific and Atlantic basins climate scientists say warmer ocean temperatures driven by greenhouse gas emissions are making hurricanes another extreme weather events more destructive on Capitol Hill Swedish Climate Activists Greta tune very is play pleaded with a congressional committee Wednesday to listen to climate scientists warnings about catastrophic climate change in a short opening statement the sixteen year old old youth climate leader said she was not submitting testimony but would instead enter a report by the UN's intergovernmental panel on climate change into the congressional record. The report calls on world. You leaders to take rapid far-reaching unprecedented action to avert a climate catastrophe. I am submitting this report as my testimony because I don't want you to listen to me. I want you to listen to the scientists and I want to unite behind the science lions. I want you to take real action. More than a million students are expected to walk out of classes and over one hundred fifty countries. He's Friday and a global climate strike with more than eight hundred actions in the United States alone. Youth leaders are also billing Friday strike is a day of action for Puerto Rico. Oh September twentieth marks the two year anniversary of Hurricane Maria as landfall on the island which led to thousands of deaths destroying homes and businesses and knocking out electricity city for months. We'll have more on the climate crisis after headlines with Kumi Naidoo Amnesty International secretary-general the University of California's voted to divest from fossil fuel fuel companies writing in the Los Angeles Times to top university investment officials said it was the long term risks posed by fossil-fuel investments rather than concerns over the environment environment that have led them to pole some one hundred fifty million dollars in fossil fuel assets from the university endowment. Nonetheless climate activists are hailing the move but You're fifty dot org founder bill mckibben tweeted the presidents of Harvard Yale Stanford the University of Michigan others should follow suit adding if the biggest system in the country has decided it must sell its oil stock the pressure on these guys will go way up mckibben said in Israel the party election challenger Bennigan's has rejected didn't offer from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to join him in a unity government. Netanyahu's surprise offer came after Tuesday's election provided no clear winner but Netanyahu eighteen Yahu and guns run on platforms vowing to take harsh measures targeting Palestinians and have called on Israel to a next much of the occupied West Bank in violation elation of International. Law in Japan court has found three former executives at the Tokyo Electric Power Company not guilty of professional negligence events over their role in the multiple nuclear meltdowns at the Fukushima Power Plant in two thousand eleven the three had been indicted for failing to safeguard against the magnitude the two nine earthquake and soon Nami that brought power at the nuclear plant off line leading to explosions that spread radioactive fallout over parts of northern Japan. They were the only people to face criminal charges for the nuclear disaster back in the United States Democratic Party donor and political activists. Ed Buck was arrested cost in Los Angeles Tuesday night charged with several felonies including running drug cows following the overdose deaths of at least two black gay men at Bucks home in the past two years bucks arrest comes after a third man overdosed on Methamphetamine Bucks apartment last week. The man survived black. LGBTQ Hugh activists and the family members of the two men who've died in Bucks House have been calling on prosecutors for months to file criminal charges against him accusing him of being a sexual Predator editor. If convicted buck faces a maximum of five years in prison and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Apologize Wednesday after a photo photo emerged showing him in Brown face. The two thousand one photo published by Time magazine was taken from Vancouver High School Yearbook where Trudeau it was then a teacher it shows him wearing a costume turban with his face and hands covered with dark makeup speaking to journalists Wednesday. Trudeau said he dressed Steph Aladdin as part of an Arabian nights theme school gala. I take the sponsor ability for my decision to do that. I shouldn't have done it. I should should've known better. It was something that I didn't think was racist. The twin but now I recognize it was something racist to do and I am deeply and so the photos publication comes just one week after Prime Minister Trudeau launched his reelection campaign true condemnation from leaders of all of Canada's as political parties. This is Jagmeet Singh leader if the new Democratic Party what's troubling. I mean it's really insulting anytime we hear examples of Brown face or black facing. It's really it's it's making a mockery of someone for what they live in what the relived experiences are. I think he needs to answer for it. He's gotTa Manson question why he did that. And those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I mean equipment and I'm no means shea welcome to who listeners and viewers around the country and around the world more than a million students around the world are expected to walk out of class on Friday in a global all climate strike more than eight hundred climate strengths are.

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"warren pace" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

12:15 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And here he is author of stop mass hysteria might go savage. Joe? Thank you. Which is. Still billy. That's what a way for all even those of us who think we're more. It's all about Billy bones being dropped overboard. canvas sail as we dropped into the deep six but we don't know that many of us think we're more that we could just be our way through a day lied to the people cheat people shatter i want to begin the show by telling you that this business that i am in is all about credibility that's the one word you must remember at all times not showmanship not bluster it's about credibility i was taught that the first week even before i went into talk radio i know amanda while the number of stations they music stations i went in the air on the air as talk show host and said you're very good michael you probably the best i've ever heard and he said i remember one thing it's only your credibility that's the only gonna keep going as credibility And I say this to you my audience because I only care about you. And if you find that I'm being too critical of Donald Trump, I can't help that. There is a reason that I have to be critical when I am critical. It's not it's not for a fact it's not for stick. And today is one of those days once again. Yesterday. I said, no war with Iran. I spent a whole day explain to you, why war would Iran. Meanwhile, the beached whale who by the way admitted on his radio show today. I am told that he. Lobbied to have Bill Clinton elected over Bush, he had forced to it may was forced to admit woman listener. The very same beached whale is now pounding the war, drums. And then he is copied by his parents yesterday were calling for war and bombing. Why the president would listen to a talk show host dropped out of high school. Advising him on Warren pace. I will never understand. I'll never understand that as long as I live. It doesn't mean you have to go to college to have common sense, but common sense, would have dictated that you didn't wanna start World War. Three over God, Don drown. But those in the media, who don't have any credibility, what so ever think it's good for ratings to pound on drums, and make you think they're tough guys. Right. Were screaming war, war, war, or war. Well, you know what happened yesterday? Don't you? Called on and called off the strike, or whatever it was going to be Tomahawks airstrike. We don't know. They say they listen to someone on television, of course. The someone on television is my student who gets all of his ideas from me. We all know that. And so indirectly, thank God, Donald Trump heard what I had to say. Then another one on FOX was copied. And I said, if he goes to war, he won't get reelected. It'll be a one term president. Thank god. That, that person also listens to the show to get his ideas, her his ideas cleared up, but I want to ask you a question about the cover story. Trump called off the strike zone. Before we talk about anything else. The cover story is that Trump, I greenlighted a strike against three targets and Iran and then a few minutes before they were supposed to have been launched he cancelled them. I have one question why didn't the president have casualty assessment before he green lit the strikes? He admitted that he called him off when he was told what the casualty assessment was that there'd be a certain number of thousands of deaths. If he launched these these missiles, or whatever, usually president is given a casualty assessment before he gives a green light to a mission, doesn't he? What am I mistaken on that? I know I'm not supposed to ask it because the all knowing media doesn't wanna ask this question. But I will ask it again. Now either he was denied the casualty assessment by John Bolton and the team of chicken hawks who got us into Iraq and want us in war with who knows this time, Iran Russia, maybe throw in China. Do you know how great their power grows if we have a war with those countries have you any idea what happens to the power of these people if we're or they become Demi gods more powerful than you can imagine almost dictatorial powers? If we go to war, why didn't the president get a casualty assessment prior to announcing there was going to be a strike because we're told he admitted today that the New York Times story is true. In plain English. She said, yes, I did authorized attacks. And I cancelled at once I was told how many casualties, there would be, it seems as wise backwards to make. usually a individual of that level gets a casualty assessment before making such a decision so either he was not giving a casualty assessment or something else going on that we don't know about it could be shadows on the wall again this could be a cover story within a cover story within a triple cover story and there could be another element involved we don't know anything about maybe putting the said on hotline you do this we're going to nuke target somewhere in europe or we'll we'll launch on israel all detonate god forbid at a suitcase new new york city we don't know what really went on i'm supposed to believe what the media tells me when did i start believing people in the media when tell me when i started believing people in the media remember in one thousand nine hundred ninety i gave a seminal speech that must never be forgotten Which was beware the government media complex nine hundred ninety nine the Commonwealth club. San Francisco beware, the government media complex. And so I say to you, I don't trust anyone in the media except myself. Why do I say myself because I try to use as much of my reason and readings and knowledge of things to make the session, and there's no more important decision taking the life of another person whether it be a single life or the life of a nation, or the life of five hundred people or thousand people I asked you yesterday. I was the only one in the media, the only one in the media, who asked you yesterday. What about the innocent, Iranians will die who else ask that question? Hope. The parakeets who are in the beach. Well cartel the parakeets ask about human life. It didn't even come into their mind all the parakeets wanted to know was a good for ratings. And with the little people out there who believe in them. Like them or like them less to sound like a tough guy leather jacket with their arms crossed. That's all they thought about nothing else. There was no other human, quote, no human koshen there now. Many of you are deluded and you're gonna tell me he's playing six team sixteen electronic chess and the rest of us are so dumb only playing checkers. If you wanna believe that God bless you. But please, don't call me with that, because it's my statement. I made that statement two years ago. Please don't give me back what I said that he's playing everybody. I don't believe it for one second somebody in that administration set him up for four, that's my opinion, and I pretty much can tell you which faction it is because everybody knows which faction it is. It's no secret to, you know that the military the defense department, the generals are more dovish than the chicken hawks around him. Let me make that a little more clear for you. The military, the defense department, the generals did not want to strike Iran. They wanted diplomacy. It was the chicken hawks. The power mad neo-con chicken hawks who pushed the president into that decision. Yesterday. I strongly urged the administration, not to go to war with Iran over the downing of a single drone, but all day long war drums beating. And, you know, the walrus is the main influence behind attacking Rennie. Always has been for attack. I ask questions later. His secretary of state. Mike Pompeo is a military man. And although he's playing the role of a diplomat. Pompeo has very hawkish, Tennessee's underneath that suit and tie. There are senators who either wise, in my life, Tom cotton. And Lindsey Graham, both ex military men also claiming that we cannot let an aggressive, I get away with turning us saying, look weak, if we don't respond that sort of school yardage to mate look weak. And then he listens to people like wall banger and the rest of the parents or parakeets banging, the television, walls and favor of going to war, and the president listened apparently listened to the war hawks and the chicken hawks plan of attack was moving forward, but somehow ten minutes beforehand. President Trump asks those in the situation room. How many people would be killed? He was told one hundred and fifty died. And that's when the president called off the strike saying it would be disproportionate. That's the cover story. Now how do we know all of this? Well, we learned it on Twitter, how else would he know it got over information on Twitter? You know, who accurate Twitter is don't you? That's the story. And we gotta believe tritter. That's right. The president inform the American people about war and peace on on Twitter. Well, how do we know? That's true what he said. There could be more to the story earlier in the day today. Putin said Russian TV the following. I will say it straight. It would be a catastrophe at minimum. Right. Let me read it. Exactly. This Putin said, are you ready? He said, I will say straight, comma, it would be a catastrophe comma at minimum for the region period. That's what Putin said catastrophe for the region at a minimum what Putin mean by that. Is it possible phone call was made about possible nuclear retaliation onto the United States or an ally in the Middle East? If we hit Russia's ally Iran, that is possible, after all the well, has been so poisoned than our relationship with Russia, because of the Democrats and the collusion light that Russia is more of an enemy now than they were under Obama or could it have been a financial cyber threat, from China, some with dumping more of our bonds, but it never had to come to this. I had laid out a battle plan for President Trump and Trump's war that if he had followed we would not be in this predicament now. And I'm not gonna read it to you. You can read it for yourself, a publish this on my website. Now. Here we are today. We don't know what's coming tomorrow. Now we get a report just minutes ago after this. Confusion. That Sunday morning ice is going to go in and arrest. Illegal aliens, rip them out of their homes men, women and children. Started deportation process now. You'll hear the very same people were calling for bombing Iran. Very same people. The parakeets are going to say reprimanded the house out by hand. Throw them out if they hide in church out. Out. I'm smart. I know what I'm saying. Headline ice. Raids targeting migrant family slated to start Sunday and major US cities once again is division. once again the vision inside the trump administration acting h._s._s. kevin mcallen mcallen lean has been urging ice to conduct a now for more targeted operation that would seek to detain a group of about one hundred and fifty families that were provided with turns dropped out of the legal process and disappeared he warned that an indiscriminate operation to arrest by their homes and it.

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"warren pace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

10:31 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Five or six by Cornelius? This is democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren pace report, I'm Amy Goodman as we turn now to the ongoing assault on abortion rights across the country last week in Missouri. A judge granted a temporary restraining order to Planned Parenthood Friday, allowing the states, only abortion clinic to remain open despite health department officials refusing to renew its licence. The ruling came down just hours before the clinics license was scheduled to expire. It's just one step in the fight to save Missouri is Planned Parenthood. The next hearing is scheduled for tomorrow, Missouri. Legislators recently passed an eight week abortion ban, and the state is one of dozens where Boertien rights are under threat. Also last week, Louisiana became the fifth state to ban abortions after six weeks without exceptions for rape, or incest. The ban will only go into effect if Mississippi's six week abortion ban is peddled a federal judge temporarily blocked the law last week, Kentucky Ohio and Georgia have also recently moved to outlaw abortions after six weeks. Alabama's passed a near total ban on abortions, as the states titan anti choice legislation. Others are fighting to strengthen access to reproductive rights. The Vermont legislature has approved a new Bill that would prohibit the government from interfering with the right to get abortions. A dozen other states have their own legislation in the works to guarantee the right to abortion, both sides are preparing for a challenge to Roe v. Wade, the landmark hundred seventy three supreme court ruling that recognizes the constitutional right to an abortion. All of this comes a supreme court to Klein last week to take a provision of an Indiana law that bars abortions based. On the sex, race or disability of the fetus, the decision keeps in place, a lower court injunction on the measure. But Justice Clarence Thomas indicated in a twenty page opinion that he supports the law writing quote enshrining, a constitutional right to an abortion based solely on the race sex or disability of an unborn child as Planned Parenthood advocates would constitutionalize the views of the twentieth century jenex movement, unquote to make his case Justice. Thomas cited book by Adam Cohen, titled indices, the supreme court American eugenics and sterilization of Carrie buck Justice, Thomas. His opinion has been widely discredited, including by the author of the very book he cites and his opinion in an article for the Atlantic headlined, Clarence. Thomas knows nothing of my work. Adam Cohen writes, quote, Thomas is absolutely right. That we. Need to remember our eugenics past and make sure that we do not make the same mistakes again. He's absolutely wrong that individual women making independent decisions about their pregnancies are the Genesis of our time. And I'm calling joins us here in our New York studio Adam, welcome back to democracy now. So talk about reading Justice Thomas decision, and realizing he's quoting you okay win level. You have to be a little flat, right? The highest court in the land, when they wanna write about a subject sites. Your book, you know, doesn't a more times that's nice. But when you read the substance of what Thomas was saying very concerning very disturbing because his history is not right. And there's a real ideological agenda behind, how he's using the history explain. Sure. Okay. So we've not generally in this week. We're talked about abortion in eugenics terms have been many other ways of discussing whether abortion should be constitutional or not clerks homes is making a bold flurry here and saying, let's start using this genyk lands. And if. Fact, let's go back in history to the movement of the twentieth century, which was a very big deal, not so well known but in the nineteen in nineteen twenties, more than half of American states adopted eugenic sterilization, laws that allowed the state to choose certain kinds of people that they deemed feeble minded, or otherwise, unfit to reproduce into forcibly sterilize him. So that was a very big deal. Clarence Thomas is trying to connect that movement to abortion and say abortion is bad for the same reasons that eugenics movement was wrong. The only problem is the movement of the twentieth. Century was never about abortion abortion was always a legal. The leaders of the movement said we don't support abortion. They were supporting this other thing for sterilization. So his history is wrong, and he's using it to try to come up with another argument against abortion. The, the antiabortion forces have really failed to convince majority of Americans that abortion is, is killing a person. So I think they want another argument and you laid, even say a more argument. Let's. Think of it that way, they're saying, let's think of it as being kind of like racism, kind of like you jenex like a bad thing. But the problem is, that's not really what abortion is about. So explain where Clarence Thomas is coming from. You're also writing a book on the supreme court and did what he say surprise you. It did. Because as I say, it's not really the way in which the debate has been framed. It's really fresh and new and somewhat radical, and it's also just wrong in thinking about abortion, because when you strip away the history, which you have to do, because the histories all wrong abortion is not an active eugenics eugenics is a very specific thing. It's the government saying, we're not gonna let certain people who we deem to be unfit reproduce because we wanted to lift up the gene pool and make the gene pool of future generations more fit and better. That's not what abortion is about when a woman in Indiana decides, she's pregnant, she takes the test finds out. There's something about the fetus, that is, is going to produce a very sick baby. Maybe. Baby, that'll die its first year after terrible pain. A in a bad life if she decides not to bring that baby to term and to give birth. That's not an eugenics decision. That's a woman, making a personal decision about what she wants to do with her life. The government is telling her to do that. So he's really twisting everything here, do you think he understands the distinction, I think he does? But you know you can see from propaganda, purpose. This is good branding. Right. If you can say about abortion. Hey, abortion, doesn't just stop a beating heart as they the movie likes to say? It's also a way of trying to change our gene pool in a in a way that ordinary people might say, well, that's not really the right thing to do. I think it's a good branding thing. It's just not true. The supreme court did allow to stand the feet over remains portion of the Bill. The fetal remains burial portion of the belt, that's correct. And this, this ruling was widely held as a compromise. Oh, isn't that nice that they there's one part of the Indian how India it's not going to stand in another. That is. But it's a very, it's very strange that we've gotten to a point in the abortion movement that this is considered a compromise. Because what the law requires is really that every fetus, have a burial kind of like a baby whatever Barrio which meal many, many women may not want that to be done to their, the fetal remains. And also, they may be charged for it by the abortion provider. They might pay a thousand dollars or more for this thing. So it's hard to see it as a compromise. It really we're seeing abortion rights really eroding. And this is another example of that, have you written to the Justice to say he misquoted you know, I haven't, but I'm hoping that he reads, the Atlantic, and they'll see it there. So I go, and you are writing a book on the supreme court, you also focus on precedent setting cases. And I wanted to ask you where you think the supreme court has headed when it comes to abortion last year. Judge Brad Kavanagh appeared before the Senate Judiciary committee, and he was asked about Roe v. Wade in his confirmation hearing, one of the important things to keep in mind about Roe v. Wade is that it has been reaffirmed many times over the past forty five years, as you know, and most, prominently, most importantly, reaffirmed in Planned Parenthood versus Casey in nineteen ninety two. So that was Brad Kavanagh before he became supreme court Justice. Of course, he was approved. It is officially the Roberts court. Some call it now the Cavanaugh court what does it mean what he said and where do you say the supreme court going right now? Well, first of all, I don't think we can give a lot of credence to what people say confirmation hearings, they tend to say what they think the Senate wants to hear in order to give themselves confirmed chief. Chief Justice Roberts himself famously said his confirmation hearing, I see my role as a judge as being an empire just calling balls and strikes. And then, you know, look at the kind of decisions we've been getting in the last few years. So I don't think we can say from that they wouldn't vote overturn Roe v. Wade. And the thing is that for really alone time we've had one Justice in the middle of swing Justice. It was O'Connor and then it was Kennedy who although conservative has not been willing to pull the trigger and overturn Roe v. Wade, the question is now do we have one of those swing justices or with the recent appointments of cavenaugh and Gorsuch? Do we now have five justices who would all actually overturn it? We just don't know the answer. And what about Roberts chief Justice Roberts where you think he would stand many were surprised when ObamaCare when the Affordable Care came before the supreme court that he actually voted for it, even though he had expressed criticism of he did that made people think maybe he's a potential swing. But that is. Is a very different kind of issue, and that was one where maybe he was trying to act a little bit more like an empire. But on abortion, it could be different. He's very religious when he went to Harvard as an undergraduate. He went to mass every Sunday. His wife has been active in anti abortion causes. So he may just feel if this is a real sort of heart issue for him. We just don't know if he's been waiting. All these years overturn Roe v. Wade. Before you go. I wanted to ask you about Angela Merkel Anglo Merkel, the German Chancellor was at Harvard University this past week, giving a major graduation address, and took an apparent swipe that President Trump and his policies during her, keynote commencement address miracle who received an honorary degree from Harvard took aim at Trump's protectionist, trade wars, and his efforts to expand the wall along the US Mexico border. That's why I want.

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"warren pace" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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05:04 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Listen to this one. Go ahead. Mister producer. Of the house, Nancy Pelosi thinks she knows more about having babies than the pope. Imagine. Really? Guys. You know when new. When you see them lined up in the house. And by the way, she means the Republicans lined up on the floor of the house. Go ahead. The days before the house. Four of the house. God guy just. Sky. Sign for the discharge petition in a way that isn't really doesn't even represent the truth of what they are. Putting down there. White guys here we go again white guys. So I started thinking, Mr. producer white guys. White guys isn't Nancy Pelosi married to a white guy. Isn't come a Harris. Mary do IKEA she is. Is it mayor Pete Mary to white guy? He is. All kinds of white guys in power positions in the democrat party, isn't Joe Biden, a white guy. Isn't Bernie Sanders, white guy? Oh, yes. Mary, white. How about this guy swallow? Well, now the white guy. How about Hickenlooper now there's a name. Hicken looper. White guy. What else do we have running there, Mr. producer? Kinds of white guys running married a white guys, so many I can't can't. That's right. How about stem, Hoy the number to the majority leader that number white guy? Woo. Like that. Now there's something wrong with white guys. They're not allowed to comment about abortion can black guys comment about abortion. Can Latino guys come in about abortion? Can gay males come in about abortion. I think we need another one of these lists who's allowed the common and who's not in Nancy, Pelosi's world. Only women. Oh. White women. Tino, women black who can comment who is allowed to comment. Pretty sick. Don't you think? Since the vast majority of people who go to war, not all, not all, but the vast majority are men should only men be allowed to come in about Warren pace. I'm just curious about this. How does this work? Should only men be allowed to comment about Warren piece since it's the vast majority of men who are construction workers. I'll go down this lane. We can have a good time. Should only men the to talk about how much is spent by the federal government on infrastructure. This care is since vast majority of the border control and ice are men, not all ladies, please. You understand what I'm saying since the vast majority are men should only men be allowed to talk about securing the border. I mean how stupid is this very? No wonder AOC's taken of the democrat party, believe it or not Nancy Pelosi is dumber than Heo say she just did. Which is why the media keep trying to proper up while she's running circles around Trump. No, she's not running circles around Trump. That's her kind of stuff kicking in, but she does shaking moving whatever. It's true. He's not running circles around anybody. Point of fact house isn't doing anything. Anything significant about anything. Nineteen point one billion dollar. Program. For disaster relief. But they cut out over four billion dollars for the border. We've a disaster on the border. Not going to touch that way, don't care. There's all kinds of diseases. Little kids, are sick. It's spreading from detention Senator detention center are poor. Federal law enforcement is overwhelmed. We've got a hundred and eighty five thousand people who've been released throughout the country because our detention centers are filled. And hundreds of thousands of more coming in here illegally who aren't even.

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News Radio WGOW

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Nancy Pelosi earlier this week. Listen to this one. Go ahead. Mister producer the days before the house, Nancy Pelosi thinks she knows more about having babies than the pope. Imagine. Really guys. But, you know, when you see. You see them lined up in the four of the house, by the way, she means the Republicans lined up on the floor of the house. Go ahead, the days before the house. Four of the house. God God, God just white guys, guys. Signing for their discharge petition in a way that is it really doesn't even represent the truth of what they are. Putting down there. White guys here we go get white. Gosh. So I started thinking, Mr. producer white guys white guys, is it Nancy? Pelosi married to a white guy. Isn't come alive? Harris Mary do IKEA. She is. Isn't mayor Pete married till white guy he is. All kinds of white guys in power positions of the democrat party, isn't Joe Biden, a white guy. Why does they come? Isn't Bernie Sanders, a white guy? Oh, yes. Very white. How about this guy swale? Well, now the white guy. How about Hickenlooper now there's a name. Hicken looper. Mike guy. What else do we have running there, Mr. producer? All kinds of white guys running married a white guys, so many I can't can't that's right. How about stimpy horror, the number to the majority leader that number white guy. Ooh. Like. Now there's something wrong with white guys. They're not allowed to come at about abortion can black guys comment about abortion. Can Latino guys come in about abortion? Can gay males come in about abortion. I think we need another one of these lists who's allowed the common and who's not in Nancy, Pelosi's world. Only women. Oh. White women Latino women who can comment who is allowed to comment. Pretty sick. Don't you think? Since the vast majority of people who go to war, not all, not all, but the vast majority are men should only men be allowed to come in about Warren pace. I'm just curious about this. How does this work? Should only men be allowed to comment about Warren piece since it's the vast majority of men who are construction workers. I'll go down this lane. We can have a good time. Should only men be able to talk about how much is spent by the federal government on infrastructure. Just curious since vast majority of the border control and ice are men, not all ladies, please. You understand what I'm saying since the vast majority are men should only men be allowed to talk about securing the border. I mean how stupid is this very? No wonder AOC's taken of the democrat party, believe it or not Nancy Pelosi is dumber than Heo, say she just is which is why the media keep trying to proper up, she's running circles around Trump. No, she's not running circles around Trump. That's her kind of stuff kicking what she does shaking moving. Whatever. It's true. She's not running circles around anybody. Point of fact. House isn't doing anything. Anything significant about anything, always a nineteen point one billion dollar. Program. For disaster relief. But they cut out over four billion dollars for the border. We've a disaster on the border. Not going to touch that way, don't care. There's all kinds of diseases. Little kids, are sick. It's spreading from the tension, Senator detention center are poor. Federal law enforcement is overwhelm. We've got a hundred and eighty five thousand people who've been released throughout the country because our detention centers are Phil. And hundreds of thousands of more coming in here illegally who aren't even caught. No, no, no. No. That's not a cried no problem there. And we had one gutsy congressman one what who said now you want disaster relief. I'm all for it, but there's a disaster on the southern border and you need to include it. And he said, no, I'm not gonna vote for this unless you included tip ROY and he'll be on next out a recent.

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"warren pace" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Fill up with all the fix ins KFC. It's finger lickin. Good. From pacific. This is democracy. Now pressure gets counter-pressure instead of thinking that this maximum pressure campaign will actually forced to capitulate all that. It does is it creates an escalatory cycle in which they will be tit for tat. And if there are no exit ramps from this. Then tit-for-tat eventually will lead to a military confrontation accusing the United States of psychological warfare after national security adviser, John Bolton announced the US is deploying a carrier strike group. And a bomber task force to the region. We'll speak with treat a party then trade tensions between the US and China ratchet up. We'll look at how China has built a massive surveillance network to monitor millions of we and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang in northwestern. China thirteen million Turkic. Muslims or already enduring extraordinary suppression at the hands of the Chinese government authorities. There are building surveillance state to be able to track their every move. And then to Florida where civil rights groups are decrying what they say a new poll tax after the Florida Senate passed a Bill that would require formerly incarcerated people with felony convictions to repay all fines and fees to courts before their voting rights are restored. This comes six months after Florida's voters made history bypassing amendment four to restore voting rights to one point four million people with non violent felonies who's completed their sentences. We'll speak to the voting rights activists the man behind the amendment. Desmond me all that. And more coming up. Welcome to democracy. Now democracy, now dot or the Warren pace report. I'm Amy Goodman Burmese..

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04:01 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Yes, you know, that was public knowledge in June. This was Mr Assange, and I'd like to submit this unanimous consent. Smith is through the record without objection to Mr Assange reported to the media on June twelfth those emails would be leaked. So I'm not saying you have fake news saying, you have old news, and there's really not much to that. Saying that a lot of people knew that that Julian Assange should set it publicly. Assange said publicly that he had material on Hillary Clinton. What Julian Assange never said publicly is I'm going to drop it at the at the beginning of the DNC. And so what is interesting about Cohen's story and to be clear, it's unlikely that he really did speak directly with Julian Assange, we know from a bunch of stones other claims that when he claimed to be speaking directly with Assange. Instead was speaking with a cutout late Jerome Corsi or like Randy credit co but. What it appears happened? Is that stone informed Trump precisely when the emails were going to be dropped. And that is far as I know is not something that has been made public before. And is particularly interesting because if the call happened on July nineteenth. Stone was meeting with Nigel Farraj in at the RNC that day, and he's one of the people that it was clear Muller seemed interested in finding out whether was a go between between people in the UK who knew about the emails and Roger stone. So it is it is new information. It's consistent with Roger stone's indictment. Although it means in the indictment Muller is referring to the president himself as a senior campaign official. It's more specific than we had ever known before. And we're going to break thirty seconds come back and here Alexandra Cossio Cortez's line of questioning for Michael Collins, stay with us. Thursday. I will be a good boy by gang of four. This is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The Warren pace report. I mean, he Goodman as we go now to New York Democratic Congress member Alexandra Cossio Cortes questioning Michael Colin at yesterday's house hearing, my colleague from Vermont had asked you several questions about am. I the parent the parent company of the National Enquirer, and in that you mentioned a treasure trove. A quote treasure trove of documents in David Packers office relating to information assembled from all these catching kill operations against people who potentially damaging information on the president. You also mentioned that the president was very concerned about the whereabouts of these documents, and who possess them does that treasure trove of documents still exist. I don't know s David pecker for them. So in you would say the person who knows the whereabouts of these documents would be David pecker, David pecker. Jerry Levin or. Dylan howard. Thank you. Secondly, I want to ask a little bit about your conversation with my colleague from Missouri about asset inflation to your knowledge to the president ever provide inflated assets to an insurance company. Yes..

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Radio Free Nashville

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"warren pace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"From New York. This is democracy now became clear to me that this might actually. Teachable moment. That we might seize this moment to reflect on what it means to live on this planet in the twenty first century and our responsibilities not only to people in our immediate community, but people all over the planet, civil rights icon. Angela Davis returns to her hometown of Birmingham, Alabama where she's honored by thousands and an event organized after the Birmingham civil rights institute rescinded a major award for Davis due to her support for Palestinian rights after major outcry the institute reversed its decision we'll speak to the institute's executive director. And Andrea Taylor. Restoring the award was the right thing to do. And we hope that a lesson has been learned about having the courage and being willing to advocate on behalf of that. Something should actually have. Angela Davis has yet to say it shall accept the award. I think that should be a collective decision. Particularly a decision that is taken by. Activists here in Birmingham. We'll hear from Angela Davis as well. As participants in an Angeles Chabad held in Birmingham as well. As cities around the country Friday night, all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren pace report,.

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"The. Soon. Path from Pacific. This is democracy. Now. The President Trump has nominated me for the position of administrator. Ways remove please restore order. Please. Order in the committee room jesters, disrupt the confirmation hearing, a former co lobbyist Andrew Wheeler to head. The Environmental Protection Agency will air highlights from the hearing look Willard's record downplaying the climate crisis. But first federal workers staged protests across the country is the government shutdown enters its twenty seventh day. With Barbara ehrenreich author of nickel and dime about her. Call for TSA workers to go on strike plots. We look at how the shutdown is disproportionately impacting native Americans are communities rely on federal funding to administer key government services, healthcare facilities, public safety, housing access, nutrition and food distribution and social services all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren pace report. I'm.

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"Warren pace report. I'm Amy Goodman. The partial government shutdown now, the longest in US history is in its twenty fourth day with still no apparent and insight on Sunday, Republican South Carolina, Senator and Trump ally, Lindsey Graham told Fox News, she thought Trump should temporarily reopened the government while pursuing negotiations with Democrats before he pulls the plug on the legislative option. And I think we're almost there. I would urge him to open up the government for a short period of time like three weeks before he pulls the plug say if we can get a deal if we can at the end of three weeks all bets are off see if you can do it by himself through the emergency powers. The comments came just two days after Senator Graham tweeted, Mr President declare a national emergency now build a walled. Now. President Trump has so far refused to consider any spending measures that do not include his five point seven billion dollars in border wall funding despite. Trump's claims last week that Republican senators were unified on the shutdown a number of senators have expressed support for reopening the government as eight hundred thousand federal workers continue to either work without pay or are furloughed on Friday reports emerged that the White House may attempt to divert disaster relief funding, including money designated for ongoing hurricane relief work in Puerto Rico. If Trump calls a national emergency to build his border wall. This come says, the largest congressional delegation ever visited the island of Puerto Rico over the weekend to discuss the ongoing economic crisis and post hurricane recovery. Meanwhile, despite being affected by the government shutdown the bureau of land management is holding public meetings in Alaska to push forward plans for new oil and gas leases in the Arctic. In Texas the controversial tornado prison camp, which at one point jailed several thousand immigrant youth closed on Friday after months of criticism from immigrant and human rights activists democratic lawmakers and health professionals this activists Cheney Stein responding to the news of the turnover shut down. Now that the children.

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