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Fresh update on "washington post" discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

00:44 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "washington post" discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Escort me and Jim out of the embassy. Now we're sitting on the train. We're not docking. We get back to New York City. I open up my phone. Everybody at the office is texting me. Are you okay? Are you all right? Are you watching the news? I'm like, what the fuck is on the news? But I don't have time to stand on breaking news. Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, murdered inside of a Saudi consulate. I go, oh shit. I was just in one of those. I'd run back to the apartment. I closed the door. I put the deadbolt on. I'm like, yeah, that'll stop them. I see peanut penis sees me. She goes, oh my God, Hasan, where are you watching the news? Jamal Khashoggi got murdered inside of a Saudi consulate. Thank God you didn't meet with the Saudis, right? All right, right. That would have been crazy. Now I feel like a piece of shit. I have this weighted vest of guilt. What do I do with this feeling? Oh, I know what to do. Once you do something bad, all you have to do is immediately do something good. And then that gets rid of the bad thing. So I see a pile of dishes. I go cool. The harder I scrub these dishes, the less bad in my lies. And I'm going to town on the dishes. I'm like, here you go. You're not a bad person. You're helping. And Venus sees it. And she's kind of into it. And she's like, hey. And I'm like, hey. Then she squeezes my arm, and she's like, hustling. Hey. And I'm like, hey. Then she squeezes even harder. She's like, Hasan. I'm saying, hey. This is like a hat. She rips my clothes off. She pushes me on the couch. I'm numb to put hunger on the couch. I am butt naked on the sectional. And it's all just for dishes. That's how low the bar is. But this whole thing is built on a farce. It's all a lie? But what do I do in this moment? Do I just go pee on my ladies? Stop it. We can not consummate this act. For I have the tongue of a serpent. No. You have got to take the shots you are given in life. Even if they're built on a lie. So we do the damn thing. Hot. Monogamous. Passion. The next week, I go put up the Saudi episode. Later, the Saudi see it. They ban it. The next morning I wake up next to Bina, and I open up my phone and it's trending around the world. Then I open up Twitter. And I go, oh shit. I'm in trouble. Then it starts climbing the charts. I go, oh shit. I'm getting fired. Then I become bigger than BTS. I think I'm getting. Famous. Likes, comments, retweets, give them to me. Everyone in the world. Care about me for no particular reason. For one day. I knew what it felt like to. Watch Hasan minhaj, the king's jester, only on Netflix.

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Pedophilia Promoted by Balenciaga, the Media, and the Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 3 d ago

Pedophilia Promoted by Balenciaga, the Media, and the Government

"You've got all these things balenciaga walks back, the ad campaign, but only to find out that the person that was responsible that their lead designer at balenciaga is actually somebody that's been photographed holding red babies like blood red babies in her arm. Really disgusting stuff. And, you know, not only that. Listen to this list. We call it the pro Pito lobby. Washington Post in New York Times write rave reviews about a new keto sympathizing play called downstate. Balenciaga glorifies the pedophilia in the new ad campaign, and then you have this story out of California with this state senator named Mark Scott wiener. So if you don't know this name, his name is Scott Weiner. And he has he's the most prolific, he's the most prolific state senator I think in the country. The guy has been massively massively effective at getting basically pro pedophilia laws passed. So there was a viral story yesterday where thousands of these pedophiles convicted pedophiles are getting released onto the streets of California without even serving a year in prison. And it's because he's successfully passed a law that's diminishing the criminal effect of getting convicted of sexualizing or abusing young children. And this Scott Weiner has been photographed at these gay pride parades and different things wearing sort of like S&M type costumes

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Donald Trump Is the Most Pro-Jewish, Pro-Israel President in History

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 5 d ago

Donald Trump Is the Most Pro-Jewish, Pro-Israel President in History

"The reason it's not the end of the world It's because Donald Trump has demonstrated That he's not anti Jew He's not anti black He's not anti Hispanic quite the contrary He is demonstrated through action That he is the most Pro Jewish pro Israel president in modern history Perhaps in history period And all you have to do is ask the Israelis Not the secularists in America the Israelis Even on our college campuses he reached in signed in an executive order to try and protect Jewish students who are abused on our college campuses more on that in a moment And as for white racism how and where How and where So people with truly heartfelt views who are not trying to exploit this for political reasons Their views I'm interested in But that excludes a lot of people Including Joe Biden Including most of the congressional black caucus Including most of the media Including The New York Times and The Washington Post

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Washington Post Applauds Play Promoting Pedophilia

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:05 min | 5 d ago

Washington Post Applauds Play Promoting Pedophilia

"Post, and we've got this story up at Todd stern's dot com. The Washington Post has published a bizarre review of a play that promotes pedophilia. No, I'm not making this up. It's the most bizarre thing, but again, the story up at Todd starns dot com. And the play is called downstate, and The Washington Post says it's a brilliant production. The reviewer, a guy by the name of Peter marks, I don't know what I did to offend this guy, but I tried to reach out to mister marks to explain I wanted him to explain exactly why he is so enthralled with this play about pedophilia. And instead of returning my calls, he actually blocked me on Twitter. I don't know what that's all about. Anyway, the whole point of the production is that we should feel compassion and sympathy to those who are pedophiles. And The Washington Post calls that brilliant.

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The Left Wants to 'Columbus Day' Thanksgiving

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | Last week

The Left Wants to 'Columbus Day' Thanksgiving

"In today's Los Angeles Times about how Thanksgiving should go the way of Columbus day. It should be noted it should be noted that you can not have the Thanksgiving. Without the LA times. Yeah, no, that's correct. It's not just Thanksgiving. Remember what The New York Times did LastPass over. It was, for every religious holiday, The New York Times, the LA times, I don't know about The Washington Post, but I would presume it would be similar. We'll write an article debunking the validity of that holiday. People who have nothing hate those who have something. And I don't mean, in terms of material possessions. They have nothing. They don't have religion. They don't have love of country. They have nothing, and they hate those who have something. I wrote about this many years ago in explaining George Soros. George Soros has no religious or national identity, and he hates those who do have a religious or national identity. The left is their identity is the identity of biology. And I don't even mean male female because they don't even have that. It is the identity of blood. That is the only identity the left has. The identity of race.

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Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:26 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'

"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and

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Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | Last week

Natalie Winters on the FTX Scam and Collapse

"Step back a bit because again, second biggest fund at the Democrat cause is 44 million, but that's just a drop in the ocean of all the other things he was involved with and along with his brother and everything else. The announcement of the collapse was delayed because of the midterms clearly. But why did this collapse? To me, it seems as if this is a classic Ponzi scheme. This is like the bird he made off. It was a sham. It was a scam. And at some point, not only was he taking funds out from his investors accounts to pay for himself, he was robbing Peter to pay Paul. So at some point, this just became a complete House of Cards, did it not Natalie? No, I think you're totally right and that it was a scam from the get go. And I think, you know, I'm not necessarily an economics expert, but I think when you look at it through the lens of the lack of regulation and the political side of it, I think that coming from the hill coming from The White House, there wasn't really any sense of fear from the FTX side of things that they were going to be held accountable or penalized for their actions and frankly, I think maybe that's why they were donating. So heavily to these candidates in the first place, sort of trying to buy immunity and keep in mind it wasn't just that they were donating to Democrats too if you go through The Washington Post as a chart of the largest donors throughout this midterm election cycle and a guy by the name of, I believe it's Ryan salami or Salim, but he was another FTX high ranking executive, but he was also donating. I believe the number was about $9 million. To Kevin McCarthy and some of his affiliated packs back in McCarthy packs. So again, I think when you see kind of going after both sides of the aisle, to me, it sort of seems like they were trying to buy immunity

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Joe Biden’s Railroad Deal Is Falling Apart

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | Last week

Joe Biden’s Railroad Deal Is Falling Apart

"Unfortunately the BS never stops with this administration They lie to you all the time It's not just that they lie to you It's offensive because they have this group of gullible suckers that just never asks any questions on the left And it's so pubg it's so puzzling how you keep getting played for fools So I opened up the show today and I said you man thank the almighty then Joe Biden solved that railroad strike crisis before the election and did a big White House press conference about it You doubt me you should doubt everything Doubting is important I love the fact that you double check and triple check everything I do keeps me frosty And all I want to be is frosty Washington Post September 15th 2022 That is right before the election Headline Biden scores a deal on rail strike But worker discontent emerges So Biden scored a deal on a rail strike That is really fascinating because when I tuned in to Fox today right before I came on the air there was a Chiron for the libs That's the lower one third of the screen There was a Chiron on the screen that said rail strike looming That's so strange because I was told before the election by the media people I was told that he had averted a strike Oh

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Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries

"They just are named a special counsel to investigate Donald Trump on two fronts January 6th and documents This guy is not an independent special counsel He is spent his entire career as a career bureaucrat at the Department of Justice Either in one of the field offices for U.S. attorney or main justice He's obviously a colleague of and well entrenched and well known But the very people who are conducting the investigations of the president at this very moment Now what's troubling about all this ladies and gentlemen is as follows Let's take the documents case first Put aside all the static all the so called legal analysts and the professors in the former attorneys general and all the rest Why would you bring the country to the brink of where document case Whatever you think about it why would you bring the country to a brink over a document case That a president slash former president as he's moving into the former president's stage takes documents with him to Mar-a-Lago Some of which are classified Now we have leaks to The Washington Post that say he didn't have a criminal intent He didn't have mens Rea He wasn't trying to make money from them sell them give them to the enemy That's the purpose of the espionage act The purpose of the presidential records act isn't to prosecute anybody because it's not a criminal statute So why would you bring the country to the brink Why would you pave unpaved ground In order to try and bring what is basically an administrative case criminalizing it against a former president

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US moves to shield Saudi crown prince in journalist killing - Yahoo News

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

US moves to shield Saudi crown prince in journalist killing - Yahoo News

"The U.S. has moved to shield the Saudi crown prince and a journalist killing the Biden administration has declared that the high office held by Saudi Arabia's crown prince should shield him from lawsuits for his role in the killing of a U.S. based journalist That's a turnaround from Joe Biden's passionate campaign trail denunciations of prince Mohammed bin Salman over the brutal slang The administration says the prince's official standing should give him immunity in the lawsuit filed by the fiance of slain Washington Post columnist Jamal

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Do Not Trust Any Polls on Donald Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Do Not Trust Any Polls on Donald Trump

"The Washington Post this is the fix Here's a headline showing you why you should absolutely ignore any poll on Donald Trump This is a piece written October 24th 2016 Just a couple of weeks before the 2016 election which of course Donald Trump won Here's a headline that Washington Post Donald Trump's chances of winning are approaching zero Crystallize Aaron Blake Washington Post ignore it going forward You're going to see a thousand different polls Trump Pompeo Trump Paley Trump desantis Trump Hogan Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump versus his kids Trump versus Melania Trump versus Ivanka Trump versus Marvin the Martian Forget in Disregard them I'm telling you disregard the polls Do not use them as any type of God If you want to vote for Trump because you like them do it If you want to vote for desantis because you like them do it But do not be swayed by ridiculous polls going forward especially when it comes to Donald Trump

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WaPo: Rep. Kevin McCarthy Sabotaged Other Republican Campaigns

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

WaPo: Rep. Kevin McCarthy Sabotaged Other Republican Campaigns

"Washington Post yesterday published a shocking story about how Kevin McCarthy has been working behind the scenes for several years now to sabotage the campaigns of conservative candidates. And by conservative candidates, I mean members of the House freedom caucus. We're going to be speaking to one of those members a little bit later on Ralph Norman from South Carolina. The story goes into great detail about how even this election cycle, Kevin McCarthy was funneling money to outside groups and the whole point of this was to sabotage the campaigns of conservatives. It's unbelievable. Folks, we've been telling you for a long time now that there is a Civil War underway in the Republican Party. It's been happening in the shadows. It's been happening behind the scenes, but it's been going on and it's been very effective. Not only had these conservatives been fighting the Democrats in many cases, these candidates have also been fighting their own party and they've had no idea. It is a covert operation. Now, McCarthy is not commenting on any of this, but apparently the RNC is involved in some capacity as well. It's a pretty ugly stuff. And now you're going to see Republicans rising up and calling out Donald Trump and I want you to understand something. When you look at these so called conservatives that are coming out and attacking Donald Trump. You need to go back and see if they were if they were on the Trump train to begin with, or if they have just been a silent or quiet never trumper. Because every single one of the ones I've looked at have been never trumpers. So not much has really changed here. That's what I'm getting at.

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The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence

Mark Levin

01:04 min | Last month

The Democrat Party Was a Party Built on Violence

"Folks you can't watch MSNBC and CNN You can't read The Washington Post in The New York Times You can't watch NBC ABC and CBS without the constant lies racism violent and vile language the media have a huge role in this And of course the Democrat party always Always Is a party that was built on violence that persisted on violence and still embraces violence Not a word about the riots of 2020 Which destroyed cities Which literally left people dead Which harmed police officers changed the way we police in this country They consequences are felt every single minute of every day particularly in our metropolitan areas And we have to listen to a man who heads that party who doesn't say a syllable about it and won't Not a word Not a word

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Elon Musk's Twitter Deal Brings Dogecoin Back From the Dead

CoinDesk Podcast Network

02:27 min | Last month

Elon Musk's Twitter Deal Brings Dogecoin Back From the Dead

"Twitter has some interesting ongoing. So as we know, it was acquired by Elon Musk and it seems that big changes are coming. So the company plans to let go of 25% of its workforce in a first round of layoffs according to a source and reported by The Washington Post, further the social media company is planning to charge $20 a month for verification, that's according to the verge. If employees building it don't meet the deadlines, they too will reportedly be fired and in separate but related crypto news Dogecoin, the crypto, which Elon has been so vocal over has increased 150% since Tuesday becoming the 6th largest crypto in the world. So a lot going on here with Elon's takeover of Twitter. Wendy, I'm going to pass this one up to you to get started. What do you make of all of these layoffs? So first and foremost, corporate America is completely flawed in a lot of different aspects. I worked a corporate job while I worked for a corporation for a long time and it was an absolute mess. You have all these people that are higher ups that are telling all the lower down people what they need to do, but the higher up people have no idea how customer service works or they have no idea how the actual people below them do their jobs. And I've been reading a lot of different things about Twitter structure and from what I've gathered is sounds like there is a lot of people in management and less people that are actually able to do coding or to do the dev work and make sure the platform is working properly. So I think that it's good to restructure. Again, Twitter is a business. And I repeat this again. Twitter is a business. Elon Musk is a very smart businessman. Hence why he was able to purchase Twitter for approximately $44 billion. He is going to do whatever it takes to make the platform generate revenue. As far as the whole free speech goes as far as him being for the underdogs, again, you guys, he's a businessman. I think that there will be better changes made to the platform. I personally don't mind to pay that $20 fee to remain verified in hopes that it will actually help with the bots some way, shape, or form. I don't know how that's going to work out. I'm excited about it. But again, Elon is not necessarily a friend, guys. He's a businessman, and we are simply a guest on his platform. As far as Dogecoin goes, I'm excited about it. We did pretty well on that trade. And I'm just excited.

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Mike Lee: We Don't Want a Government That's Our Nanny

The Dan Bongino Show

00:57 sec | Last month

Mike Lee: We Don't Want a Government That's Our Nanny

"I was just reading an article before you came on the air It's an op-ed piece to be fair but it's in The Washington Post about how it's time to get the masks back on again And I keep telling the listeners like this is what's on the ballot in 8 days You have a chance right now to send a statement in 8 days to get back to constitutional republic based sanity and away from big government authority authoritarian anti scientific mandates The only way to send a message with the vote That's what we do That kind of stuff is on the ballot and they did Exactly We don't want a federal government that's our nanny We don't want the federal government trying to tell us what to do what to believe What we have to put on our face what we have to inject into our body And that is exactly the kind of government they get with Joe Biden Evan McMillan will be Joe Biden's guy as elected and Chuck Schumer's 51st vote Let's not do that Not in Utah not on our soil not ever

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 Dinesh D'Souza Releases '2000 Mules' in Book Form

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | Last month

Dinesh D'Souza Releases '2000 Mules' in Book Form

"Dinesh tell us about the book, which some people might be interested or curious how is it different than the movie walk us through it? The movie is a 90 minute narrative of what really happened in the 2020 election. And there are some aspects in the movie that can't be duplicated in a book. So for example, the movie has surveillance video. Obviously, there's no way for me to pluck that video and stick it in a book. The book has photos and images, but it doesn't have video. On the other hand, books can do certain things that movies can't. And so a book can almost like a legal brief, lay out a systematic argument. At a far greater level of explanation and detail, it can provide a lot of evidentiary backup, crossing the T's and dotting the eyes. And the other thing that this book has is it has a systematic refutation of the critics of the movie. So it goes beyond 2000 meals and it answers people like Ali swenson of AB, Philip bump of The Washington Post, Tom drives back at national public radio. Many of the prominent sort of debunkers of 2000 meals, not to mention, by the way, Liz Cheney and Bill Barr, all of them come under scrutiny and under fire in the book.

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Dinesh D'Souza: '2,000 Mules' Will Be Released as a Book

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | Last month

Dinesh D'Souza: '2,000 Mules' Will Be Released as a Book

"We're pleased to announce the book comes out tomorrow. You must be thrilled. Mike, I really am, and it's partly because, you know, a book can do things that a film can't. Film is a narrative, and to some degree it's artificially constructed by which I mean we're writing about the research that was done by true the vote. We're showing it on camera. And so obviously we have to recreate it. We recreate Greg Phillips office. We recreate the true the vote kind of research facilities. And of course, some critics jump on that and they go, wait a minute. That's not really his office. It's kind of like you watch, you know, all the president's men. Wait a minute. That's not really the office of The Washington Post. That really isn't Woodward and Bernstein out there. Those are actors. So films are vulnerable to that kind of critique. Now a book isn't a book is more like a legal brief and just lays out the evidence in a very systematic way. And I have a chapter that specifically rebutting the critics. So it's going to be, I think, a valuable contribution.

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Elon Musk Intends to Fire 75% of Twitter Employees

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Elon Musk Intends to Fire 75% of Twitter Employees

"Let's talk about a Twitter because The Washington Post has a what was supposed to be a bombshell revelation, which was causing a lot of consternation at The Washington Post and at Twitter. Documents detail plans to gut Twitter's workforce. And it turns out that Elon Musk in a disclosure to investors. Had said, or has said that he plans to fire and get this 75% of all Twitter employees. Now Twitter has thousands of employees. Well, 7500 employees. So firing 75% of them would bring Twitter as force staff down to just 2000 employees. Pretty much most people would be would be canned. Now, you would think that The Washington Post might raise questions about things like, well, is it possible to maintain a large digital platform like Twitter with this reduced workforce or are there a lot of people twiddling their thumbs to Twitter? What is in fact the optimum workforce for Twitter? But no, The Washington Post doesn't go there. Here's how they deal with it. A change likely to have major impact on its ability to control harmful content end quote. The word about censorship. So here you have the paradox of media organizations that have become vociferous lobbyists for censorship. Why? Because essentially they all have a point of view and they want to shut down the rival point of view. Nothing could be more. Think of what how disgraceful this is from the perspective of having discussions, having debate, what the First Amendment is really for.

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Twitter Is a Simulation, It's Not Real Life

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | Last month

Twitter Is a Simulation, It's Not Real Life

"If the media, a big media company would be purchased by a Republican, there'd be a lot of uproar and rancor. Oh my goodness, billionaire Republican buys The Washington Post. Okay. But there is a company that is far more critical that is a staple to the regime that they can not lose. And that is Twitter. Twitter is a simulation. Twitter is not real life. Twitter used to be a lot of fun, 5 or 6 years ago. We used to have one of the top Twitter accounts on the planet because we understood how the platform worked and it was organic and it was authentic and it was bottom up and you were legitimately able to impact the news cycle, impact millions of people with contrarian ideas with heterodox takes, and then all of a sudden Twitter was captured by the very same regime that rated Mar-a-Lago goes after pro life leaders, and they had a consensus that by any means necessary, they need to have a platform where it feels like you could speak freely, but it's actually the absence of free thought. The whole thing is a game. It's a simulation. And that's exactly what Twitter has become. And so Twitter has become kind of like this public private partnership of you're not allowed to speak out against the issues we care about, whether it be environmentalism and climate change, COVID and vaccines, the mRNA shot, you can't do any of those things. Now, if Twitter were to actually be liberated by these Bolsheviks, the Democrats will not win a major election for the next 20 years. That's how important Twitter is. Twitter is the incubator of elite opinion in society. It's not a matter of how wide Twitter goes. It's also a question of how deep this Twitter go.

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"washington post" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:01 min | Last month

"washington post" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Bongino show, Dan, 24/7 at bongino dot com. You know, I'm not trying to be silly but all the shows that have flown by For very rarely, once in a while they drag, but most of the time I really enjoy being, I look up and I'm like, my gosh, the show is over. None has blown by that time has got to be relative. There's no way it's a fixed. There's no way time is a fix. It's just no way. I'm sorry. I object to that characterization of time. Einstein's rolling over at his grave right now. Explain it better, by bad, explain it better. I can't. I'm not Einstein. I wish I was. But there's no way time is some fixed measurement like a ruler. No way. They looked up and this show is now over. All right, I'll get to some of your and just quickly The Washington Post finally found an easing of voter rules. They didn't like they would like anything voting by skywriting, voting by how your dog barks at night. Voting by early voting 7, 7 years before the election, The Washington Post that objects to any, any even mild restriction on voting that might prevent cheating. But finally, they found an easing of voting rules. They didn't like. If you were involved in a hurricane and your life was destroyed along with every voting center in your town, and you happen to live in a red county, The Washington Post is like, ah, I don't know about that. That's what you're going to say. I got to read this headline before this. This is super important. Where is it? Washington Post, desantis changes voting rules for some counties hit by Ian, sparking criticism. They're upset because the counties that got slammed by the hurricane, all the voting centers got wiped out a Republican county. And desantis is trying to make it easier for them to vote. No, no, we don't like that. Everybody should be able to vote or cheat except if you're a Republican at buying hurricane and Republican county. These people are hilarious and so predictable. So predictable. Folks, it really looks like the world is losing

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"washington post" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on KOMO

"Us are turning to digital apps for health information and in some cases, even treatment. So while HIPAA are lagging behind and not giving people the protection they need. And I think it's hard to imagine you can just think about the many, many anecdotes that privacy advocates and reporters here from people with cancer. When you have cancer, you know, suddenly managing the digital outreach, you see about that, the targeted ads becomes a part time job and can become incredibly hurtful and frustrating. And this isn't all theoretical either. You did some actual hands on research and investigating with these apps. What was your process like? So we worked with multiple privacy experts as well as technologists at DuckDuckGo in the electronic frontier foundation and internally at The Washington Post to look at the web traffic going on in the background of these apps and seeing what they're sending out into whom. And what we found was that these health apps are communicating with a vast network of third parties, including advertising companies and sharing both what you're looking at and who you are. And we're in a world now Tatum that's become hyper aware of our own health over the last two and a half years of the pandemic. So symptom trackers, health apps. They're vital these days for a lot of people. How do you recommend we protect our data? So one thing that you can do is if you're using an iPhone, you can say no when you get that pop up that says ask app not to track. Go ahead and ask it because we do see significant privacy improvements on iOS versus Android. On an Android, you can reset your advertising ID, which means you go in there and you kind of wipe clean that string of digits that's tied to your phone, so advertisers can't piece it together as you move around different apps. Tatum hunter with us on northwest news radio. Reported for The Washington Post and you can find

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"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Think that's really exciting, but it also really requires people to have that curiosity of wanting to both understand their customers as well as their internal partners. So I think being good listeners being intrinsically curious is more important than ever before to a sales executive success. And I think a lot of good sales executives also understand that in some years, success could be luck. Or what might happen with your list is somewhat out of your hands. However, deploying some of those foundational principles of being a useful being a partner, being a value add, is more important at points than just being somebody that is going into clients and asking for the order. Absolutely. I mean, I think that makes a lot of sense that with your job becoming more internally focused, that they also have to be working collaboratively across the business as well. And especially with what you said regarding the link between advertising and subscriptions too, I'm curious what that does to structure. Are there more cross team meetings that happen at the post now? Are you having the heads of these departments, meet on a more regular basis than maybe before? It's evolving. I mean, it certainly since my officially taking over subscriptions under my purview in January, it has created the conditions where there's more curiosity between teams now. Tell me, you know, subscriptions, person may say, help me understand what advertisers are looking for and our advertising team is really curious on how subscriptions may be part of something suite of offerings that we are able to bring value to our customers with. And so I think that level of transparency and partnership across the organization will just make us stronger and more differentiated than across the marketplace. And so digging back into subscriptions too, because you mentioned a lot about that known user that person that is not yet a subscriber but still able to be monetized pretty efficiently. I'm curious about how your strategy is now focusing on that kind of middle ground person that middle of the funnel person. What's the primary, I guess, monetization strategy for that individual and is the goal ultimately converting them to a subscriber, like a paid subscriber, or is it to just really increase their usage of the site in order to increase their, I guess, advertising arpu. Ultimately, converting to subscription is a key metric that we're focused on. We want but conversion to subscriber ultimately comes with loyalty habit forming, really thinking about how to deliver value for that consumer or for that reader. So along the way, really being able to pick up on some of those signals, being able to increase that frequency of the reader coming back. And identifying the things in the signals that will ultimately lead them to becoming a subscriber has a beneficial implications for the advertising business as well. Got it. So what are some of the things that you're doing to help get them more embedded in The Washington Post to help them increase their page views? I know some publishers have leaned into newsletters, have leaned into podcasts, even listeners, like getting them to the site.

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"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"In this syrup position like joy at The Washington Post. So I will let you take it away with the conversation. Thanks, Kayla. Awesome. Well, joy, thank you so much for joining us on the podcast. How are you doing? I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having me, Kaylee. Of course. All right, so first question, this is what I've been asking everyone that's been a part of the CRO series is really about the job role of a CRO right now. I feel like it's definitely changed over the past couple of years, especially with revenue, diversification being top of mind, first party data strategy being top of mind, but you've held the role of CRO at The Washington Post now for a few years since I think March 2019, if I read LinkedIn correctly, and then before that, your CRO at court. So you've held this role for almost 5 years in different capacities. I'm curious from your perspective how the job description has changed over the course of that time. And if you would say looking back 5 years ago, if your job feels similar to what it did at that point. So I think that the CRO role over the past 5 years as I've experienced it. And as I've had conversations with lots of different CROs in the marketplace has become a lot more multidisciplinary. While 5 years ago, a big part of the focus probably 70% of my focus would have been hitting a revenue number, specifically through primarily media led activations. Now it really has to be rooted in the audience. And how we're thinking about not just the media business as it relates to the audience. But in my specific role, I'm also responsible for subscriptions. I'm responsible for thinking about our Washington Post live business. And many other ways that we can help brands connect with our audiences and help our audiences also connect with our own brand.

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"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Spotlighting chief revenue officers at media companies talking with folks from The Daily Beast, vox media, BuzzFeed, and this week, The Washington Post about how the role of the CRO has changed, but then also how what role this era is playing right now given the broader economic downturn and these media companies navigating their businesses through. And so this week, Kaylee, you spoke with joy Robbins, who is the CRO of The Washington Post. And last week in our episode with Ryan Polly from vox media, he talked about how joy was someone that he reached out to when the CRO position at vox media changed and brought in because joy had experience with that. And so he wanted to get some advice from her on how to manage the expansion of the position. Do I have to say about how her position at the post has expanded? Yeah, so joy has been a CRO for about 5 years now, started at The Washington Post in 2019 as CRO and then before that was at courts. And she said that earlier this year, in January, she took on all kind of oversight of The Washington Post subscription business as well.

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"washington post" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on WTOP

"Closer to Kyiv and that's where we talk to a Washington Post reporter who is on the ground there That's next 5 ten Yeah more than several weeks after Russia invaded Ukraine the ground fight is moving west and the capital of Kyiv is getting ready for all out war Outside the city satellite images show that a stalled 40 mile convoy of Russian military vehicles has broken up and now the tanks and artillery are being repositioned The images from Maxar technologies show armored vehicles in towns near the airport some pieces are in the forest in the city is bracing for an ugly assault Washington Post reporter at large pseudo son raghavan is there watching Kyiv prepare for the expected onslaught He joined us earlier The city's getting militarized pretty much every single day Wherever you drive you can see barriers barricades made up of sandbags tires even trucks people are expecting the Russians to enter the capital and they're bracing for it Many have joined the local territorial defense units and they basically pick up weapons from the government and array to fight back others have been making molotov cocktails in underground bunkers So people are bracing for the worst The mood there was somewhat showcased yesterday in some video you shared suitor son about an orchestra playing in the center of the city Why was it there and what did it mean to this broader fight Sure I mean even as tens of thousands of people have fled to capital and other parts of the country There's also a large number of people who remain defiant and resilient They have remained in the capital And the members of the orchestra are one such group of people Many of the officers have fled but others have remained And what they did this week is they decided to have a concert out in the open in this very central square that's been a focal point of several revolutions So they decided to basically send a message of strength the message of defiance to Moscow they were not going to be cowed and they were to protect your country Of course there's danger to you the reporters who remain in Kyiv as the situation deteriorates what will you do as things that get worse Well we'll have to see when that comes but definitely every media outlet here has contingency plans If the city does get bombed like what's happening in other cities and Ukraine there are plans to move further down south to get away from any kind of attacks But it's the same time I think a lot of us here are remaining here because we think it's important to bear witness to see what happens particularly when the Russians come in to see how they treat the people or what kind of things happen But at the same time while it's important to bear witness as far as safety is also key to Washington Post reporter at large pseudo son Radovan on Skype A couple of breaking NFL stories one involves the face of Fox Sports the other deshaun Watson it's 5 13 USAA insurance is made for the safe pilots Like sergeant Hayden when her hands are on the wheel her phone is in her purse so don't bother calling You're going straight.

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"washington post" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on WTOP

"We've got news on the COVID vaccine front coronavirus vaccines for kids younger than 5 could be available far sooner than expected perhaps by the end of February The Washington Post reports that Pfizer is expected to submit a request for emergency use authorization to the FDA for its vaccine for children 6 months to 5 years old Older kids already can get the shot right now The FDA is urging Pfizer and its partners to submit the application so regularly can start reviewing the two shot data That is according to knowledgeable people who spoke to The Washington Post anonymously Another vote of confidence today in a widely used COVID vaccine There's now a second COVID-19 vaccine that has been fully approved by the FDA The regulator announced today that it has approved the first two doses of Moderna's vaccine branded as spike facts for adults They announcement comes ahead of other hotly anticipated potential vaccine authorizations in the coming months including the possibility of vaccinations for children under 5 years old a third shot for some Johnson & Johnson recipients and a possible new vaccine platform from novavax CBS News reporter Alexandra tin We are expecting to learn more soon about the approval at a meeting of the CDC's outside vaccine advisers who will vote on updated recommendations as they did after Pfizer's vaccine one full approval last year After midnight tonight you will not be required to wear a mask in public spaces in adirondack county Those in charge say COVID rates are dropping to a point not seen since late last year so you can drop the masks While it will no longer enforce the mask rule starting tomorrow the analytical county health department still recommends that you mask up and of course get your vaccine and your booster You can also pick up free face masks in healthcare facilities at rental county A 36 on WTO P some new information and the Ahmad Arbery hate crimes.

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"washington post" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On the dollar and betting on cash are some of the best risk off hedges right now at a time when there is so much potential risk in benchmark bonds And to me how much does that continue to be the trade as the Wall Street analysts get ever more hawkish with respect to fed oscillations Yeah do we agree To me the hawkishness I'm really sort of taken aback by it I get I get four rate increases on a measured basis is just one percentage point I get it's not all that much within the scheme of it but I'm just still surprised if the certitude out there of gaming the parlor game out Well you said it this morning The Washington Post story talking about 14% increases in rents In certain cities around the country This is becoming a political problem This is becoming an economic problem particularly for the lower income individuals The fed has to get ahead of it and they've already talked about that And they want to present a shock without it being too big of a shock Okay Which is a dance They haven't done for decades To me is interesting to say the post is wrong I had a Redfin I believe as a source His wrong on 14 split the difference is 7% rental inflation acceptable to two thirds of America The answer is absolutely not Especially because wages are not keeping pace right And what you're seeing is they're falling further behind and you have I believe a negative 2.3% real wages Real wage rate in the U.S. How does the fed deal with this at a time when it looks like the employment market is pretty tight I'm gonna be on the edge of informed here folks and go to eco go This is how bramo does it I mean you sit there and you go look at the secrets The trade secrets of east got ISN to morally I'm sorry That's a first look That's important Yeah it's important Also jolts this week is going to be truly important The job opening And of course the payrolls report on Friday Not to mention the Bank of England and the ECB Thursday I did not know that Yeah That will be interesting to say the least Futures negative ten a churning.

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"washington post" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"washington post" Discussed on WTOP

"O four as we approach the one year mark of the capitol riot D.C. mayor muriel Bowser is thinking back to that deadly day as she spoke to MSNBC about her struggles to deploy the National Guard and other lessons learned Browser said a key point she's taken away from the attack is how vulnerable the country is during times of transition You coordination of events at the capitol especially involving our elections and all of our elected officials all the way up to the vice president Have to be a special security event And she said changes need to be made so that the D.C. mayor can call in the National Guard That has to be rectified But she said focus also has to be on continuing to prosecute those involved They have to be held accountable That's why we're very focused on all of the prosecutions that are happening here Valerie balks of you TOP news Democrats and Republicans do remain sharply divided over the events of January 6th It shows in a new Washington Post university of Maryland poll the findings show that the number of Americans who say violent action against the government is justified is a 34% much higher than in past polls Washington Post chief political correspondent Dan boltz tells W TOP it's a concerning trend It is a worrisome element and we just had three retired generals do an op-ed piece for The Washington Post in which they basically warned about the possibility of Civil War coming after future elections I think that this poll is a reminder that violence now seems to be an option to people as they look at their grievances and wonder how to try to respond to them Washington Post chief political correspondent Dan balls With COVID cases in a hospitalizations rising in Maryland across the country we're learning what governor Larry Hogan is trying to do to combat it now Hogan acknowledged that the new variant is highly transmissible but he did offer a bit of positive news as well This variant is impacting just about everyone including many people who are fully protected but is keeping them out of the hospital And that's the thing we have to keep in mind Despite being fully vaccinated and boosted Hogan tested positive for COVID just before Christmas While speaking to CNN he used that experience to double down on the need to get vaccinated and boosted Because I had that protection I had sort of a bad cold The governor also spoke on how the state is working to not overwhelm hospitals We put a $100 million of emergency funding into our hospitals and our nursing homes We waved requirements for out of state nurses and doctors and healthcare workers We've called up the Maryland National Guard A case of James WTO P news Staying with governor Hogan he's also talking about a Washington Post article that claims he used a messaging app that destroys communications after the fact Hogan tells CNN State of the Union today the article was in his words misleading It was a pretty misleading piece done by this reporter in The Washington Post Look do we ever have communications casual conversations or chats with people inside and outside the government about things that are happening in the paper Yes Do we not preserve official government documents Absolutely We do not do that We preserve them all the time The report said the governor used the messaging app to discuss COVID-19 testing kits and other matters that are relevant to the public Coming right up are all those Russian troops surrounding Ukraine really a signal of a pending invasion or does Vladimir Putin want something else We'll talk to an expert from the American enterprise institute after traffic and weather We are expecting snow overnight that story ahead on top and wiper what matters to you matters to us too wave his mission is to promote.

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"washington post" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"washington post" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"The vars did a great job covering the nba for many years. Now he's as an enterprise reporter for the washington post. Nobody knows what's up man. Mike with a laughing man which adama. Rg three may laugh. Act like you don't wanna go it. rg three. I just said he's a broadcast in like what you'd have more show and just talk. We could talk about. That would be uncomfortable. No we're very comfortable with mike. Mike would you listen if you heard that he was listen but having a popcorn. Say see i believe this is not in person. I watch all in the same room man three. He's all good man. I'm i'm talking insisting no had you around..

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"washington post" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"washington post" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Great to have all of you here. So dr gupta the post story of the washington post also reports tonight about the cdc document. They obtained quoting here. The document strikes urgent note revealing the agency knows it must revamp its public messaging to emphasize vaccination as the best defense against variant so contagious that it acts almost like a different novel virus leaping from target to target more swiftly than a bola or the common cold that got my attention. Dr gupta what do you make this new information. How does it change things. Good evening. Chris you know. Frankly i don't think the war has changed at all and this is an indictment of ineffective confusing messaging from the very top. Let's let's call it what it is. And i think your team actually has an image that shared many months ago. That my pulmonary colleagues and i have been trying to share and disseminate out. This is on the left for all your viewers out there. Those are healthy lungs on the right. Those are longs ravaged by cova. That my colleagues and i care for in the icu. That's acute respiratory distress syndrome. That's what the vaccine prevents. That message was never clearly communicated through images through authentic messengers from the very beginning so now people are saying well. what's changed. Frankly if you actually look at the cdc data that was presented in slide format. It's pretty darn clear that the vaccines and they were looking at two. Five stor chris. Judo's pfizer was protective against Hospitalization in israel in canada and england even against symptomatic illness. We saw eighty eight percent protection but against hospitalization. Seeing somebody like me you are nearly one hundred percent protected. So i don't think anything has changed what we are doing what we are now dealing with this in indictment of ineffective confusing messaging making people. Think that now we're doing. I wanna make sure i understand because my takeaway from this washington post article was that even though i'm fully vaccinated i think everybody on this panel is fully vaccinated. We can still be carrying the very end and it is so much easier for it to transfer to transmit and even though again and we've talked about this and i think the messaging has been clear if you're vaccinated and you do get this delta variant. You're going to have a much more mild case the idea of transmission and getting it at all sound scary so it is this information though not new. So that information is new so this notion of But we have to think about this in context. I think chris we have to take a step back and say the. Cdc is likening this to chicken hawks. for example. we'll turns out. Even if fully vaccinate against chicken pox you can transmit the virus vaccines perfect against transmission. So what does this mean this. Just basically means yes. There's a potential for transmission of the delta during to others. We think that's different from the alpha burien looks at the delta bearings may be fifty percent more transmissible even if you're fully vaccinated but chris ultimately this adds a greater urgency to getting vaccinated the delta variant itself to those were fully vaccinated is not harmful so immediate fda approval and really brought consideration of a mandate that. Those are the things we need to be talking about. In addition to better messaging and president biden shannon has been talking about this. But i thought today was marked by an even more urgent tone is concerned. The white house rising day by day over this new variant. And and how do folks feel about their messaging on the virus. Will there urgency as certainly ticked up. I will say last week in maybe a little bit into the week. Prior i talk to people within the administration people were close to the administration advised the administration and they raised a lot of these issues like requiring masks for certain groups that scene mandates for some federal employees. But i would say about a week ago. Ten days ago. This time nobody was. It was going to happen as quickly as it did. And as widespread as it has there was talk about vaccine mandates for va employees for members of the military. Maybe tsa screeners. Not for the entire. Federal workforce have to either be vaccinated or submit to really regular testing. If there was talk about requiring masks maybe for certain groups maybe increasing. The urge a to nudge people to wear mass more. Not this sort of about face on mass recommendations in saying that people who live in large swaths of this country even if they're vaccinated to be putting their masks back on so i've noticed internally in an people closed as white has a real shift in jane over the past few weeks which i think speaks to the growing urgency as far as the effectiveness of that messaging. So much of this is being driven by the cdc end. Not necessarily by the white house. And that's where we have seen a bit of Fumbling of the hand off the baton in the messaging. We have the cdc hallway a teleconference to announce this really big change in masks of the white house within itself was trying to figure out how to adapt this policy within their own walls as to whether or not people needed to wear masks at a vp event. Whether the president was going to wear one at his event the next week us. Ill so certainly. They're still trying to get their foot around the messaging of but when i talked to people in the white house they said you know part of that is just because of how quickly evolving this virus is in how rapidly changing the scenario on the ground has been lately clearly. Julius hard to get vaccinated. I mean again. Besides the urgency. The other thing i took away from this press conference today was okay. They've decided they need to pull out all the tools in their arsenal that they possibly can. I think that's right. I mean they have been trying for weeks to find messages to find gimmicks in some cases to find celebrities who can go out there and convince this group of people who are stubbornly unvaccinated to start to moveon really. None of those numbers have budged in a significant way. So now the white house is taking this step that i think in some ways they had hoped to avoid the biden. White house is very conscious of not wanting to be seen as pushing it. A definitive mandate. So they're not even trying to use that word they're calling. They're calling these. You know these programs other. Things have attest that you're vaccinated. They're trying to avoid the idea of a mandate though. Essentially that is what it is. It's a mandate for a vaccine in if you're not vaccinated than you have to take other steps. They are just trying to pull every lever because ultimately as biden said but as Health officials have said there is only one way out of this pandemic in that. Increase the vaccination Until this happens we're going to be bouncing back and forth between new mask guidance. A new guidance on how close we can interact with each other so biden mistress trying to make that hard the message. Vaccinations are the only way out. Really the center piece. I think of what you heard to hear from him for weeks to come and he does make this clear separation dr gupta which is we've got the vaccinated and we've got the unvaccinated and among the unvaccinated and you know this well a lotta healthcare workers and so our gutierrez sat down with four of them and it was eye opening. Maybe something shocking. To hear what they had to say. Take a listen. We don't know what the long term side effects are also hasn't been proven to be effective. The cdc in many public health experts say that it's more than ninety percent effective. They do say that..

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"washington post" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"washington post" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Good evening once again. I'm chris channing. In for brian williams day one hundred ninety one of the biden administration and we begin tonight with breaking news from the washington post critical new information about the delta variant of the corona virus. The paper has obtained an internal cdc document which contains urgent new warnings about the virus. The post reports quote the delta variant of the corona virus appears to cause more severe illness than earlier variants and spreads as easily as chickenpox according to the internal federal health document that also argues officials must acknowledge. The war has changed. The post goes on to report quote. It's a combination of recently obtained still unpublished data from outbreak investigations and outside studies showing that vaccinated individuals infected with delta may be able to transmit the virus as easily as those who are unvaccinated vaccinated people infected with delta have measurable viral loads similar to those who are unvaccinated and infected with the variant. This afternoon president biden took a much more aggressive stance in face the escalating cova crisis driven by that delta variant and continued resistance to vaccines this american tragedy. People are dying and will die. Who don't have to die throughout their unvaccinated. You don't have to die. The administration is now confronted with the reality that it's work to stop the spread of cove. It could potentially face a major setback today. The president acknowledged that threat and took the first step toward imposing tough new regulations that will affect millions to impose requirements on key groups every federal government employees will be asked to attest to their vaccination status anyone who does not a test or is not vaccinated will require to mask no matter where they were test one or two times a week. If in fact you're unvaccinated you.

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"washington post" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"washington post" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"That's going to limit the reach of the poor to be able to travel unless they can get on public transportation. The rich will always have their gaskill guzzlers. The rich will always have their private jets. The rich will always have means to move beyond you. So when these environmentalist policies flow down from washington dc keeping might it is about punishing. The poor is about controlling the behavior of the poor. They could adapt but it's the billionaires who have built their houses on the beach and they blame you for carbon destroying their house and putting them in a hurricanes floods all that didn't used to exist. The extreme weather climate change phenomenon. They blame you for it and you've got to bear the burden of it. That's the by plan. The biden plan will not do very much to the rich. It will do a lot to the poor. Ironically the biden the wants to jack up income taxes as well say no one under four hundred thousand dollars years going to get an income tax increase. The problem is that in some areas of the country. Four hundred thousand dollars believe it or not you and i may not be able to recognize this but in a lot of places in the country. Forager thousand dollars is not a lot of money. It sounds like you and me in what they would call flyover country but if you're in a big coastal area for two thousand dollars is not a lot of money and if you get more that biden's going to jack up your taxes. You know the the market crash the other day because the biden tax plan he seems to be wanting to disrupt the markets but that's ultimately the bottom line here joe biden's economic and environmental policies for the same drive up prices. If he can drive up prices he can force us to curb our behaviors to save money. And that will fix it remember it. Was greta done and berg and the others who were telling us that the covert pandemic was great for the environment that we all need to stay.

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"washington post" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"washington post" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Census was lost in a fire. We could not locate relevant nineteen hundred records to close the gap in scots narrative. We were aided in our search of census records and certificates by carmen harris a history professor at the university of south carolina upstate that has conducted extensive research on african american farming in south carolina. Whenever possible we confirm since his records since his data is historically questionable at best when tracking blacks particularly in this time of the south where naming practices and lack of vital records require caution and discerning identities are research revealed a more complex story than what scott tells his audience. Scott's grandfather's father was a substantial landowner and scott's grandfather artists wear worked on that farm scott's family history in south carolina offers a fascinating window into a little own aspect of history the racist south following the civil war in the immediate aftermath of slavery that some enterprising black families purchased property as a way to avoid share cropping and achieve a measure of independence from white dominated society notwithstanding inconsistency in the ages listed. We believe we located lawrence wear who was born in eighteen sixty one in the eighteen. Seventy census and the eighteen eighty cents is his father. Who list is not able to read or write was a farmer and lawrence's listed as a field and when we fast four nineteen ten lawrence wears recorded as owning his own farm and a whole without a mortgage. He's able to read and write. He and his wife have nine children. Including willy wear scotch. Great grandfather willie is also a farmer williams. A wage are on his father's farm in. Willie can read and write but in the nineteen twenty cents. This really wear twenty is listed as married to his first white ula. Mobley wear they have one child rosella a one year old baby is recorded as being able to read and write. His signature is found on deeds in nineteen sixty eight nineteen sixty nine. Eighteen thirty census. His new wife has a new wife. Annie this is scott screen. Father first appears under the name. Otis age seven board. Nineteen twenty one. Willy wear is listed as working on his own account at his own farm. Yellow was the mother of in the nineteen forty census. Willy wear is still listed as working only count on his own far meals. the home otis's eighteen. He's an unpaid worker on his father's farm. That's where the trail ends. The census suggests artists in it is education in fourth grade twelve other dolts of the simpsons into their education the fourth grade so that may have been a common employed at the time. Notice notice the passive language. There that may have been a common endpoint at the time Education fourth grade. It's all into their artists appears to sign his name. Corden nine hundred forty two world war two draft registration card and home mortgages.

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"washington post" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"washington post" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Our co host daniel. Good to see you. Good morning dr paul. How are you doing well doing well. We're gonna talk a little bit about the Former president not the one that we have right now. We don't know enough about him. He's still but we'll ardmore about. Hey i'm we have an inkling about what he's all about but you know there's been a lot of distortion about that other guy. I think his name was trump. You know it. Does he tell the truth. is he. A good guy z. Is really with the people and and media loves them and you know this sort of thing but something came up this week surprised. A lot of people surprise me because usually you know the mainstream media never back down no matter how outrageous they are but the story was washing post Issued an apology for overstating or misstating Activity that activity show trump in a bad light in order to get a more information. Make sure he got impeached. And that was This incident was introduced in in the trial But trump Trump was said to have told other people when it came to georgia. Go find them. There's fraud out there. And i guess it was tone and the inference and how it was fun but it was considered really really a bad a bad strategy for trump and Quite frankly compared to other stuff. I think is it really that bad but the media everybody can see that it was that bad but can you believe it. It wasn't even true. It was used it. Hurt it politically. It was hurtful to trump. may thing is. The mainstream media went with the democrats with it. And i know when that was happening. That whole mess. That was going on over this first and second impeachment. They really hate this guy This is when decided they weren't Just annoyed with him They really hated him and they would go to all extremes. They were sort of Blindly would strike out but here it looks like trump Might might on this incident. Have the last laugh because they wrote this apology and published it. Which is which is pretty strange that they in the details are there how they took substance and they said. Oh yeah it was an anonymous report and and they looked at this and And they used that information to make the charges but Now maybe they think they can get some good points at the same time. It doesn't matter anymore. Trump's gone so it won't matter and they probably want to make them sales. Look a little more credible. I don't know what their motivations were. But i know what they have been for the last several years On the reporting everything and trump did or didn't do. Yeah that's the thing. It made the rounds. It made the rounds at a critical time and establish the narrative. And you're right. They accused him of a crime the trump of obstruction of justice by quote interfering with an election official in georgia telling him you know you'd better go find the fraud Which obviously he didn't do because it was an anonymous source that hadn't been checked by the washington post in here. If we can put up the picture. I would only with you. A little bit dr paul..

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"washington post" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"washington post" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Will deliver the article of impeachment to the Senate. Senate will conduct a trial. Of the impeachment of Donald Trump. It will be a full trial. Will be a fair trial, but make no mistake. There will be a trial and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide. If they believe Donald, John Donald John Trump. Incited the erection. Insurrection against the United States. Didn't stick the landing on his big, memorable quote. That was gonna be the lead of all the news shows today. No. Yeah, he was thinking of the Clinton impeachment. That's where he got confused. Hey, was going for four score and seven years ago and ended up making a blatant Penis reference in Saudi direction this insurrection. Uh, never mind. I'm leaving. I'm not going to get into it in full today. Maybe we'll will on Monday because I'm kind of sick of politics on a Friday and it's been a long week of it, but there's a piece and reason today About a Washington Post article. That once existed about Kamila Harris and a joke she made about inmates begging for food and water. This when she was running her completely failed campaign to be the nominee. In Washington Post had an article that didn't make her look that great? Well, no campaign made Amy Club picture seem like George Washington. Yeah. But the Washington Post article no longer exists. Oh, disappeared it from their website in their archives, and you go back and look at other stuff. And really, in reason. Magazine who doesn't like her much and talks about how she defended their dirty cops hid evidence that would have AH kept people out of jail, etcetera, etcetera. They don't like common of the cop there Ed Reason magazine, but we'll get into it on Monday, and more Devil actually read the of portions of the article to you. It's quite amazing, and then you know something happens to buy himself. She's gonna end up being the first female president and she's black and the left is going to go gaga over it and ignore all that stuff. The Washington Post is now disappearing its own stories, own stories in deference to power about somebody. Democracy dies in darkness, Jack and I think even more than that, there Overlooking something that bothered them before in that whole intersectionality thing of well, no, We're now ranking this above that. All right, apparently, I guess. Yeah. So I mentioned that, um, a zoo gonna watch the movie Rocky with my son? Who? Yeah. I was gonna be 11 in about a month, so he happens to be How much exactly the same age I was when I watched Rocky in the theater. Um, because it's about the age. I was when I watched slap shot in the theater because my buddy George's mom had failed to read anything about it, and we're both big hockey fans. So if you ever seen that movie, you know how outrageous the an act that was, anyway, That's right, and I was on the streaming services the other night, and there was some sort of anniversary section and it had the anniversaries of various movies. And they have this in that offered so on. It's all Rocky on there. I thought I thought He could watch him. I did a little thinking and reviewing stuff like that. Yeah, that's OK for a 10 11 year old kid, and we watched about the first half of it the other night, and he really liked it. But I'm not sure I had seen the original Rocky since I saw it in the theater in 76 or whatever. Though. What a fantastic movie that is one of the all time great movies. It does not get enough credit, I think because he made the laughable You know, jokey follow up movies like rights who is pretty good, But then they got increasingly just, you know, they're just they are what? They are ridiculous. They're fun. Yeah, he turned into a superhero. That first movie, which is way more about what it's like to live in a tough neighborhood in Philadelphia, right and and be down and out and have no hope. It's way more about that than a boxing movie and so freaking good. He's trying to help the kids in the neighborhood. Get on the right path and don't do the things he did, and everything like that. It's just it's vent. It's great if you quickly becomes S O much punching in the later movie, But the first movie is as good as any movie. It can please him trying to navigate his mousey girlfriends, verbal abuse by her bizarro brother, Paulie, who then gloms onto rocky and the rest of them insult just so authentic. Is good and my favorite story. I'm pretty sure this is true is that sly Stallone shopped this script to a bunch of different movie studios, he said. I'm going to start it. I'm going to direct it, and he got offered huge amounts of money if they could get somebody one of their guys to direct and he said, no, I'm not. You don't get the script unless I do all this and he stuck to his guns, and he did it. How many turned into Rambo? How did your kids respond to the egg scene? We haven't gotten there yet. We're just getting to the part where we just got through the like the love scene. It's the perfect spot to start. Got you because you know he and you know a dream, too. People that are kind of down out and hopeless in their lives have come together and all that, and now it's about to get going. Apollo Creed has decided he's going to fight some nobody on that. The power got some eggs and chasing chickens, dammit! Yes, yes, and then the punching. But Sylvester Stallone also, in addition to the fact that it's just amazing that he that he was an unknown, wrote that and everything like that. He looks so much different before he had all these crazy surgery. Looks like a human being. He looks like a regular There's also no Unlike professional sports, there's no testing for for action movie stars and as especially during his time when he was competing against Schwarzenegger's and stuff like that, But I'm looking at his face and face. It looks like a human being his face. You know, everything's like Dolly Parton. Are you Dolly Parton? Her Sylvester Stallone couldn't tell which Hey, everybody. Kenny Rogers. I'm sub state sliced the left. What? What boy? Somebody if you have a young if you have a boy, roughly that age, he's digging it and he has seen the good part. Speaking of Children, so the controversy is growing in Russia over Vlad Putin's secret love child. You know, it's funny, I I was reading this article and that the old Diana Ross song Love Child popped into my head. And I'm looking at the lyrics and this is from the sixties. And it's something. It was an era where the biggest black music star in America was singing a song about how awful it was that a kid was born out of wedlock. That is what that is. Culturally. Very interesting. Yeah, yeah, it really is, anyway, Uh, song's all about shame and disappointment and poverty. That louse by that stuff like, Yeah. Anyway. Shame is a good thing. Oh, you writing books and making money off of we've got to do away with shame. Shame is what keeps our culture on track. Anyway, she changed. You know, there it is. Ring that bell baby. They're Ugo Glad Putin's got a 17 year old love child He's got He's got more kids than your average. You know, the bluesman Roman across the south, But that means you had a baby with somebody, not your wife coming out of wedlock, And it's a bizarre term Anyway. What Judy and I had Children wasn't what we need Labor for the form e me. No love involved. Yeah, None at all. It's purely transactional. I suggest that I inseminate you. No, it's all about love. But anyway, asking the Internet How many kids does Putin have? At least two?.

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"washington post" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"washington post" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I feel my people enough time to bring into the front our people and you got a fun on gonna be that they don't No. Okay, it is 50 minutes after one o'clock, 10 minutes until two o'clock another way. Mick is on the line. Hey, make it afternoon. Good afternoon, Richard. Hey, Que pasa? I'm all right. How are you? I'm hanging, dude, I'm hanging by my fingernails as usual. Yeah, I don't know if that zoo good a good image or not these days, but go ahead. Well, hey, dude, it's It's a realistic image for 90% of the population Man agreement, but the gallows and everything you know? Well, the guy at the gallows are for the the gallows or for the few heroic if myopic individuals who believe in some sort of Equity. In constitutional recognition. Okay. Like I mean, I mean, I'm no great, great fan and policy, but she's one of these women. Females and humans who believes that people have rights and that no other human can take those rights away from them. So therefore she was the number one target. Of these knuckle draggers. I'll be really polite. I'll say knuckle draggers who broke into the Capitol building. With the intent of capturing her, beating her slamming her, perhaps raping her, then trying hurt and finding her guilty and There's some sort of eyes wide shut debauchery. Killing her. And I'm sorry. You know me, Richard, and that one to pull punches, right? And all I have to say is this in the last week in one week I am a regular subscriber to the Washington Post Online editorial columns and in Whites in one week I have been censored. By the Washington Post editorial board. Or comments that I have made online. Now. These comments Included no harsh or disgusting language. They did not report any sort of violence. Or, you know, uh, Nasty behavior towards anybody. But I challenge the New York Post twice once because they said that Oh, this nobody could have seen this coming and I challenge the editorial board. It was. It was a post written by the editorial board. Over the horse to impose. Wait, Wait. What? What? Let's stop here for a second, he keeps saying Washington Post New York Post. Pick one. No, I'm starting. No Washington Post Just I don't subscribe to the New York Coast every time. Yep, yeah, absolutely Very sorry. Sorry. Didn't mean to confuse you. Um, and in the first Host that they set out the whole editorial board of The Washington Post. They proposed that nobody could have ever envisioned this And I challenged him. Alright, critique them And I said no. You people from 2000 and 15, if not before legitimized. A massage Ernest stick. Narcissistic, socio, pathologic sadistic pervert. And you enabled this person Again and again and again. To change some story of notation that cut the chaser, Mick. They did not appreciate criticism and they censor you. Essentially two times after the After the invasion of the capital. I again attacked them and they censor me censored. I attacked them. Right? None of the okay. So well we're seeing is Is we're seeing the highest echelons of the media protecting themselves against their own complicity. Own complicity in this mess. Yeah, You know, I don't know if I can say The Washington Post is complicity. Washington Post has been doing incredible work. But if indeed and I don't know if they did, I'll take your word for it. Make that that Indeed they said, Well, nobody could have foreseen there's nobody could see this coming, which is absolutely stupid. I mean, Come on. I agree. Absolutely stupid. I saw it in 2000 and 15. It's his obvious is in the nose on your face. So all right. Well, all right. Anything else? Not just that, You know, everybody better bolted down and hang onto their pants. And don't believe anything. Anybody tells you that you can't verify. Appreciate it, Mick. Thank you. All right? Yeah, that That would be. That would be a police too. But you saw it. I mean, yesterday, Mick Mulvaney was on. I don't know. Meet the press or with George Stephanopoulos. I can't remember which by the way the other day when we had on Congressman last Wednesday, when all this was was coming down in D c we had on Congresswoman. Race Malaysia Air Fernandez from the capital, and she was shook up and she was she was angry. Do you know what to get her on the Richard Each show she had to tell George Stephanopoulos personally back off. I'm going on needs a show. Then I'll come to you. How about that? Is that cool anyway? So, Mick Mulvaney zone? You're so I mean, all these people now going on all these people now, with their explanations about well, you know. I did all the right things. I wouldn't do anything differently. I supported the president. It's centered said all these people trying to rehabilitate their image. They resigned. Mulvaney resign. What's next? Like Betsy Davos, Bexley? That devils is going to come out and say no, I am, you know. Pro education pro teacher and we should forgive all student loans and death and all that kind of stuff. It's It's annoying. You know, you have the Ari Fleischer is on everywhere, said No, No, no, no Donald Trump great president and then touting for five minutes, all his great accomplishment for the rich and well off and, uh, and the racist and white supremacists and then say, But now he's gone too far. You know, I just It's crazy. So Interesting piece that I was sent. Overnight, a piece written by Katherine Stewart. Called the roots. Of Josh Holly's Rage Center Josh Holly. One of several.

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