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"wasserman" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

06:56 min | Last week

"wasserman" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"And don't forget to rate and share us on apple podcast. All right acts. This is a little bit out of your A little bit out of your lane but nothing really is wasserman. So let me ask you this question from a guy named dave We like its hair names with with our guests. And i doubt that read america will change their news consumption anytime soon. Maybe in the short term. It's not possible to meaningfully. Move the needle on any of the culture war issues but are there real policy reforms. Dem's can implement to win back a meaningful share these folders. Is there something that government can do to meaningfully improve the lives of rural americans. I'll repurpose the the question and say What do you think. Democrats need to do to To to make some inroads there and prev- prevent the kind of the nile elation that we just saw or is that a hopeless a prostitute i think first of all Stop underestimating the number of americans who are drowning in disinformation and this is this is real and just about every societal problem we face can be can be traced to this unhealthy addiction to a to a bunch of on social media but on rural america. Look i think it's an amazing achievement. That biden was able to hold the line in many of these places and prevent them from trending even more republican than they were in twenty-six teen and and i think that will go under appreciated in the analysis of the county by county actually a little bit better in some of these smaller industrial towns particularly in pennsylvania in wisconsin where. That's where i needed to. Yeah that's right and democrats will be able to point to things like rolling back. The trump tariffs as a you know a reopening of trade relations and a potential boon to the farm economy. I don't think it'll move the needle much I i think that number. One example of the disconnect in democrats mindset in the past four years was was they simply believed that retaliatory tariffs would lead to a retaliation of voters against republicans but no one was really communicating on air. The relationship between you know the trump trade policies and actual real life consequences for voters and if democrats begin to do that they stand a better chance of winning some voters back. Alright acts here is a great question for you. From super listener aaron are candidate positions typically announced in a certain order. Which can we expect to hear about. I and when will we start hearing about the top positions. Eg secretary of state and by the way the rumors were untrue. I'm passing on that and on amtrak. I'm still open for secretary of the navy. Yeah a grateful nation. Thanks you passing on that I think they're they're generally a sequencing to this. I think we're going to begin to start hearing of the flow of these starting around thanksgiving. That's what the campaign is saying And i expect that the the sort of senior positions in the cabinet secretary of state secretary treasurer attorney. General and secretary of defense will be among the first that we hear about. And when you're putting a cabinet together you really think hard about those positions because if you wanna put a very diverse cabinet together you pick those folks first and then you go from there as well. So i would expect to hear about those positions i and maybe some healthcare positions the hhs secretary and on Simply because We're in the midst of a of a killer pandemic and they'll be great public interest in that murphy. Randall wants to know. If trump is serious about announcing at twenty twenty four run at what point to the other hopefuls turned the knives on him or do they stay submissive to him. This a little bit about what we're talking about. A little of what we were talking about earlier will those that sort of pushed back like ben sasse be able to benefit from being the anti-trump republican in two thousand twenty four or as the base fully baked for trump. Qarase's a hard question for you because you live in a dream world but go no. I'm i'm the crespin of this I can see the future. You know it. There's a lot of uncertainty randall. I would say this. I am sure he's going to announce a committee soon. Not necessarily because he's going to run but it's a bargaining chip to get the microphone in front of him so he can provide a running grievance commentary on biden and unfortunately the media will fall for it and give him far too much attention so i think there will be. Maybe a potemkin run. Maybe a real one where say. I was unsung scaramucci. An anti made a good point and he knows. Trump's personality says after one loss even the idea of risking a double loss is gonna be terrifying to trump so he doesn't think he'll ultimately run as far as what they're gonna do about them they will. They will coddle him until the nanosecond when they sense they can get away with not coddling them and so if my theory is right that trump kinda rots away politically in the rear view mirror. You're start to see the s- acids and others start to whittle away if not if it is still the church at trump and the media plays along They're going to be what they are. Now there'd be having anti-trump meetings in their basement and in the front row of the trump rally the rest of the time yet it'll be interesting to see what the authorities in new york do as well because he does have a raft of legal problems. Right president-elect has said he doesn't want to do the look back thing but the Which i think is smart but the authorities in new york Certainly are looking hard at his At him and his businesses and one of the reasons he may want to keep himself very prominent in the discussions about twenty. Twenty four is already answer to any indictment that might come as this is a political prosecution. They're trying to stop me from running again. He will look at an orange. It'll match the hair and so you know not anymore. Yeah i notice he he. He is he is. he's going natural lately. I don't know if he didn't have time for up but in any case that's a topic for that's another day. Thank you so much for joining us. We're plugged the cook political report. Our old friend charlie cook. Dave wasserman is a natural redhead. That is this fraudulent trump stuff here. Amy walter all kinds of great people are. They're doing a wonderful job of providing the daily racing form of american politics. Well can i say It's been a lifelong dream to hang out with the happiest of hacks and you've made disappoint here. You're one of us now acts. I'll see you soon. See a brother. And let's go out in a salute. Mr david wasserman handicapper extraordinaire with some excellent bluegrass and fiddler extraordinary..

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"wasserman" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

07:25 min | Last week

"wasserman" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Quick things one. The chicago numbers particularly amaze me. Because i'm pretty sure. I voted twice for For biden their second l. joke. I can't resist that more seriously. Yeah gotta give. You promised me you were going to give that up. I have to the election. But you just can't you was too easy second. You gotta get the trump people which is hard for me to do a little credit. They they had an issue. I mean they seriously work. The whole criminal justice reform thing where there is kind of an interesting bridge between progressives and conservatives. They put time and focus into that. So you know policy counts but finally raving raving white. Supremacist probably worked a little bit against that. But well i. I would have thought it would have worked more against it. Which is i would have to. I would have to that. That just shows that well. I have a lot of theories about that. I'm more data needs to be done to figure it out but let me let me get to this. I remember during the convention. When i was arguing that i didn't think kamala harris based on her primary performance was a particularly good candidate. And everybody said no. No no it has to be done for the city's because hillary underperformed in the detroit's in the milwaukee and so it's a must do must do must do. I was pushing gina raimondo. Who by the way sent me an autographed photos of gina. My heart aflutter raymundo And a well-deserved autographs saloon. Say she was joking about it in note but my point is commonly harris. What what happened or is it not her fault she. She's off the hook now. For what was the main pitch for her Other than national healing in the wake of george floyd which i thought was the strongest reason for but i'm not seeing that big lift. We were supposed to get From from her historic vice presidential candidacy. What what's up with that. Well i and look. She didn't really inspire a lot of new voters to the polls during her her presidential run which ended kind of before it began. But i don't think she connects at the grassroots level to the same degree that stacey abrams does And i think we saw that. George it was more of an abrams boost than it was a harris boost and You know there are a couple of missed opportunities. i think for biden in this campaign and it look overall. I can't fault the pick of harris because clearly brought in a ton of money to the campaign it really it. Did you know increase some energy among the the activist base but Up yeah there are two things that that biden could've done. I think to blunt trump's attacks that Those attacks pretty much ultimately went unanswered. The i would have been to feature in his ads. Some support from a multi racial coalition of sheriffs and police chiefs Which biden really failed to do. And then the second would be to give blistering anti fascism. Anti putin's speech try and go on the offensive in miami and other places on that socialism message and i do think that the law and order message from trump ended up appealing to a small segment of black men and hispanic Yeah i agree the coming midterms in the house we talked about the senate and and you know a couple of the interesting races. But what's your feel now. Is the top handicapper kind of looking forward. Normally you know the midterms a rough for the new president but on the other hand we. We have a lot fewer swing seats than we used to do. Though the republicans kinda stretch the rubber band back this time what the. What's your early instinct on that. We're not sure how many swing seats there will be after These creative cartographers are done slicing and dicing the electorate but I i do think that in commission states And one of the things we didn't cover we are going to see a move towards more commission in court drawn maps and twenty twenty one. Then we saw ten years ago and in michigan and colorado In addition to california new jersey We're going to have more neutral processes and we'll have deadlocks. Some states like wisconsin and pennsylvania that likely lead to it a state supreme courts or federal courts drawing maps. One of the key questions. I have is whether democrats can can win lawsuits to create more majority black districts in the deep south. Keep in mind that an alabama and louisiana and south carolina. There's essentially only been one black district that republicans have stopped. You know every black into the last several decades and We'll we'll see whether democrats and marc elias in the in the legal team. can consume to create additional districts. That would be a real boon for blasi. Nobody has his ear to the ground. More than wasserman. We all have context all these states Part of what everybody was misled by was polling again. Yeah And that's going to be a i think that's a whole 'nother show that's a whole nother discussion as to what went What went wrong there. And and how we deal with that in the future but you know people who went out. I mean there are some great reporters Charlotte alter from time was one of them who went out and had discussions with voters and came back and said boy. There's really. there's lot of anger out there. A lot of a lot of consumption of conspiracy theories out there And that serb eli the polls and you know so we're gonna have to. We're gonna have to look at that and and figure out how we we. We we account for everybody in a way. That makes sense so that we're not kind of hanging our hats on those wasserman. How much. how much did you rely on these polls to make your projection for let let me just interject for a second. What am i little secrets. That isn't that little in. isn't that much of a secret. Because i think we all do. It is looking at the presidential ballot in congressional districts. And you would occasionally tweet david. Like wow. and plus seven. Repub district apparently biden the five to seven in their data. And i always in my past career. When i was doing. I always found that a very good towel yet. It was his wrong this time as everything was in the polling. And so yeah i. I'm curious what your take is on the future. Debbie did flip. Twelve trump districts so Almost all of them in the suburbs. Yeah let me address that for a second. Because i've been hammering home these district level polls for the last several months of the campaign and i think what they told us was that biden unlike clinton could survive a pretty large polling error And in fact there was a large polling error but it was barely survivable for biden to the polls in these swing seats in pennsylvania were showing biden up ten in bucks county in northeastern pennsylvania. Biden was running ten points ahead of the sixteen margin for clinton and same thing in connor lambs district and so the polling was a consistent story it was just consistently off by six or seven points..

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"wasserman" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

09:07 min | Last week

"wasserman" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"So the senate. We spoke about mcconnell earlier. That was another place where you know the odds on At least the oddsmakers had democrat and including us. Let's indict ourselves in the spirit of dave wasserman We all Thought that democrats had the edge In taking the senate there too if they don't win and we you know these are toss up races georgia races but assuming that democrats don't win both of them which is what they need to do to get fifty fifty and have kamla harris preside over the senate for the next two years. They don't get both of them. Twenty twenty two is not all that inviting For democrats the two states. That seem most competitive are wisconsin. Where i guess. Ron johnson's running for Or will be ranked reelection pennsylvania. Were to me is not but those are not slam dunk races for them in a midterm year. Yeah throw in north carolina as well. But yeah i agree with you. These are these are not cases like arizona and colorado were democrats and be confident of a pickup throughout the cycle. It's really going to depend on the quality of candidate that the democrats are able to generate and questioned in pennsylvania's who's not running. Yeah right. i've done some races there and the problem becomes. You're always you know you just philly metro. A we did the bloomberg guy that helped paul toomey across and i. It's all about their. And the problem is the politics of the center of the state and parts of the west and a primary are not the same incentive to have a little brian fitzpatrick to you in order to survive in the philly media market. So this could be one thing where the primary will force a less potentially strong candidate in the general. It's going to be tricky while the question is whether a connor lamb jumps into that race with a bunch of progressive candidates from the east of the eastern part of the state which would be an ends up and ends up winning a primary Which you know. I mean And sort of files. The casey the casey formula. Bob casey formula for winning That state You know look. Another factor is going to be How democrats are perceived twenty twenty two in that it's going to have a lot to do with how biden does and how biden does going to have a lot to do with how much cooperation he can get out of the senate so we back into those georgia races as being really important because as much as he As much as he's spoken about his cooperative relations with relationship with mitch. Mcconnell and i've seen That i was there when he did some really important negotiation. For the obama administration with mcconnell. I also was there. And witnessed how mcconnell operates and fundamentally he's about power and he is about maintaining it and he's going to do ultimately what i think he needs to What he thinks he needs to do to To hang onto that majority and expand it and it may not include seeing a biden As a successful president. And that's just the raw politics of it That's been the theme for a couple of years now. Yeah now. I lived at man i was there. I like to call it the daschle playbook but anyway that's another another discussion. Here's here's i- pathetically for you cats. Let's say you're a competitive. democratic candidate. Were not worried about who may a kinder lamplight but in in a potentially good senate race in the midterms like a wisconsin or pennsylvania. What is better just for you. That the democrats win louisiana and take control and then the ours are going to say. Oh they run the whole show everything. That's wrong you're gonna try. May george nate at. I'm sorry george. I always say louisiana georgia. I did a thing. The lie to you rove and i made that mistake and then he made that mistake so for the rest of it. We just referred to as Georgina by the point being if. You're midterm damn competitive. Do you want to have total party. Control and run with those advantages. Or would you rather have the repub still hang on so you got something to be against. I mean if it's if it's all dem control the repub campaign that's a sharp stick. We were pubs. Are good at so. It's tricky it's tricky for the midterms. Because i think biden's going gonna have a heavy lift and if people are willing to give the democrats and biden a lot of credit for hopefully by then having done well on kovic for the next eighteen months to vaccine period. I don't know of gratitude. Last in politics. Gouzer will still be economic pain. That repulse will run against. So that's you know i. It's almost like careful what you wish for in georgia because the midterms are going to be a challenge. Yeah that's such a good question in these statewide raises in in two thousand twenty two. I mean we know that that all of the lefties in the suburbs are gonna show up right as no doubt about that but the question is what does city turn out look like and some big senate contest because you know considering black lives matter and all of the the events of twenty twenty you know. We thought it was going to be through the roof. This time around The history making you know prospect of of the first african american woman on the ticket right and yet when. I'm looking through. Some of the results from major cities in the turn out was flat lot of them in chicago for example from eighty four to twelve for clinton to eighty two sixteen for biden. Cleveland went from eighty to fourteen for clinton aide nineteen for biden Even san francisco is eighty five to nine to eighty five to thirteen to You know lawrence massachusetts was eighty two fifteen to seventy three twenty five because it's eighty percent hispanic so the hispanic problem for democrats is not limited to To my to south. Florida or south texas. It's also you know in a lot of other cities. Play the rudy Clip for us. We're the reality is that i would be surprised. Philadelphia didn't cheat in this auction. They've done it in the last saw the last sixty years. Okay so there. There is the president's Television lawyer arguing. Why he thought there was corruption in the election because he has a hunch that that's what they always do in philadelphia. Your numbers the numbers. You're citing are pretty strong evidence that he's kind of full of shit here. Yeah look. Philadelphia was the one part of pennsylvania. Trump actually got a higher vote. Share close the margin from sixteen. Hillary won the city philadelphia by sixty seven points in two thousand sixteen. You know joe biden would be lucky to hit a sixty four point margin when all the votes are finalized and so that's consistent across the urban cores is that you know we saw flat turnout and we saw if anything a little bit of an increase in support for trump because among truly low income non white voters his message on You know democrats being the party of lock lockdowns and you want us want to Lock the economy and all that it resonates look factors. The trump people said they were going to bring out a huge turnout among their non college white base in rural areas. And they did that. And the trump people said they were going to do better among a non white voters than they did in two thousand and sixteen and they did that and you have to give them credit because they they ran a relentless campaign to try and bring particularly young black men over that eighteen percent of them and and the anna very focused campaign with Latino voters particularly in in in south florida but they also did pretty well in south texas And so they get credit for that. I have to say biden. Get some a a lot of credit. Not just for the messaging that allowed him to navigate these rocky shoals but also in the decisions he made about where he put his resources because he did not invest heavily in texas. He did not invest heavily in ohio And he did play hard in georgia And at least financially in arizona didn't visit there very often but he made the right strategic decisions As you look at these numbers but these these this should be a warning sign to To democrats that You should not take your You know they got massive numbers among black voters. They got a majority numbers among hispanic voters and in some states. It was strong like in arizona. But you you can't take them for granted or treat these communities like monoliths They they need to be addressed.

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Miami-Dade County Election Results, Trump Wins Florida

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Miami-Dade County Election Results, Trump Wins Florida

"Trump snagged Florida's coveted 29 electoral votes, Senator Rick Scott tells NBC news. This is due to his position on the issues important to residents prints on the right side of the issues for Florida. We don't want taxes go up. We want some. It's going to stand up against the cast regime and Maduro. We want somebody that is going to focus our long economy. There was things that Florida authorities care about. Carlos Jimenez is claiming victory in his congressional race. Today was a rejection of extremism. Today It was a rejection of partisanship. Today was a rejection of socialism and oh, and the evils of socialism and communism. He beat out. Congresswoman Debbie knew Carcel Powell. Maria virus sounds are defeats incumbent Donna Shalala and race for Miami Dade District 27 Congressional seat re elected for a third term for Florida's 13th Congressional District. Democratic incumbent U. S representative Charlie Crist defeated Republican challenger Anna Paulina Luna. Chris says he believes it's because he's a good listener. My dad. You know, I would say he was a family doctor. He raised my three sisters in May and would always tell us. You know, God gave you two years in one mouth, respect his ratio. Try to listen twice as much as you talk. Because I'm a literally It's my title and my job. Representative Chris says he's planning to be out at 7 A.m. weaving a sign a 22nd Avenue and fourth Street North, thanking those who voted for him. Four Indians have passed Amendment one changing the state Constitution to allow on ly citizens to vote instead of every citizen. They've also passed Amendment to which will gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2026 Republican Matt Gates wins reelection to US House in Florida's first congressional district And Democrat Demi Wasserman Schultz wins reelection to US House in Florida's 23rd Congressional district with Florida's

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‘This is an Outrage': South Florida Congresswoman Denied Access to USPS Facilities in Miami-Dade

WIOD Programming

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

‘This is an Outrage': South Florida Congresswoman Denied Access to USPS Facilities in Miami-Dade

"Outrage it getting denied access to a post office building in Miami Dade County, Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she wanted to see for herself. Reports of male sitting stacked up There is mail piled up in this facility stamped in July and still Has not been delivered yet on. I want to know why that sound from NBC Miami, which followed her to the sorting facility, Opa Locka and another one in the county, which also told her leave President Trump has said he wants

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Claire Wasserman, founder of Ladies Get Paid and host of "Friends Who Talk About Money"

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:09 min | 4 months ago

Claire Wasserman, founder of Ladies Get Paid and host of "Friends Who Talk About Money"

"When you think through, you know whether it was your experience at that event or obviously in running organization now, what do you think are the biggest misconceptions that exist about women and money? What do we need to dispel? Yeah, I think I mean things are changing now again. Remember I, started this dialogue about four years ago four and a half years ago. It's just a taboo subject you know and when something's taboo, we don't talk about it. That's that's a shame can live, and we're all socialized by how we were raised the messages that we received whether it was our community or our parents. Are you know media and you just don't talk about it and you carry baggage because of it. You know the way that your parents dealt with money. You usually deal. Deal with the same way and for me. My parents just never talked about it so honestly. I was missing a whole education. I don't even how to balance a checkbook, so part of it is emotional, baggage and part of it is just logistics. What are these things and if the stock market feels risky, and you don't want to research it, you just don't invest will that's a problem right because it compounds. It's good to have your money in the money market, and not just under your pillow so again emotions logistics, and this desire to not appear greedy I. think that's pretty fricken. Female I've had women. Tell me that they don't WanNa. Negotiate for two reasons one. They feel like they'll look I don't know money hungry I or that bill over sell themselves. They'll get that big raise and they won't be able to deliver. I just can't help, but think. Would a man feel this way and I don't WanNa make generalizations, but I'm GonNa make generalization about that. We both can relate to that for sure. One of the biggest questions we get asked in an something. Honestly the we struggle with a lot ourselves is negotiating. What are some tools or tricks that you've picked up along the years to help you when you think about Negoti I mean it begins with mindset going through all of your fears around negotiating whether it's fear of losing the opportunity or jeopardizing the relationship We teach a class at ladies. Ladies. Get paid about this. You can absolutely dispel those things remember you're on the same side. If you're at the place of negotiating the, want you, you're both trying to make this work and a compromise of the day is really both people have to give up something in order for both people to get something, and if you're feeling like this is really lopsided that you keep compromising, and they're not compromising at all. Pay attention to that, you know. Know. This might not be a place that you wanna work and I know that that's privilege for me to say like just walk away. That's that's not a reality for a lot of people. This is why didn't show important to try to have as many opportunities as possible. Network Your Butt off in at many places. I don't put all of your eggs in one basket. So that's I right shifting the mindset to see this as an opportunity to. To actually look good. You know to look professional to respect your worth, and that's where you have to do market research as much research as you can do not stop at glass door. Pay Scale talk to your alumni network. If you went to college, talk to friends talk to recruiters. Right post on facebook. Say Hey. I'm trying to figure out how much to charge. I. Bet you all are to start what I call. You know a BCC community. A bunch of Friends of mine together. These refunds were very well networked, and I said we should start ABC chain whenever we need something so whether I'm looking to hire somebody or to be hired or how much to charge right? This is a close group of friends. Were we all recognized that it was powerful to pay it forward, so challenge yourself to get at least six people who can give you. That contributes to the market research that you do. Then you want to pick three numbers. It's not just you know sure hope I get this number now. I mean they're going to low ball you, so you have to have a that. You start with very high a middle number, and then your bottom line and take some time with that bottom line. You know look at your expenses. What do you need to live? What do you want to live and you know if you don't get what you want just at? At least make sure you're also asking for things that don't cost much money, but we'll bring value to you. Career development is a great one I. was GonNa say compensation for Commuting but listen? Hey, were you know must've? Our commute is from the bedroom to the kitchen. You know, but just keep in mind. There are other things you can ask for if they really can't give you the money, but chances are. They can give you at least a little bit.

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Congressional Caucus for Black and Jewish Relations Kicks Off

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Congressional Caucus for Black and Jewish Relations Kicks Off

"Three in the congressional caucus on black Jewish relations hosting a virtual roundtable on tackling systemic racism in the U. S. it's chaired by former representatives including congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and members will be able to hear policy recommendations from national leaders and does including the anti defamation league and the N. double ACP the caucus recently issued a statement condemning the murders of George Floyd Brianna Taylor and optimize our very president trump meanwhile also holding a round table discussion in Dallas presenting ideas for police reform and race relations the president laid out in Dallas with faith leaders law enforcement and business owners first it would aggressively pursue economic development in minority communities it would include confronting health care disparities putting courage police departments to meet standards for use of force training would renew calls in Congress for school

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Sayer Ji - Unlocking Your Body's Radical Resilience

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:56 min | 6 months ago

Sayer Ji - Unlocking Your Body's Radical Resilience

"Jesse Chap. AC- with Marnie Wasserman and we are here to take your health to the next level each week. We'll bring you inspiring. In formative conversations about health and wellness, covering topics of nutrition, lifestyle, fitness, mindset, and so much more and this week. We're speaking with CEO G. He's the founder of green. Info the world's largest open access natural health database. He's the author of the recently released regenerate unlocking your body's radical resilience through the new biology, and Sarah Somebody. We've had on a raider for a long time, and wanted to have honest guest, and I'm really. Really happy with this conversation and how it turned out and I know you're going to get a lot from it. Some of the highlights include Sayers. Health struggles and becoming a natural health advocate Mike Ernie's in foods, and how they impact our genes, the Apple Mono Diet, Y raw foods are important to eat at every meal and falling in love with his wife Kelly, and how this was his medicine. Lots of other great information shared in this episode as well. We really appreciate it. If you could help, spread the word shared the show with somebody in your life, and without further ado here we go with Sayer G. Hello Sayer welcome to the PODCAST. Yeah really say to have you on the show. This has been a long time coming. And I really loved your new book regenerate, and in there you share your story, which wasn't familiar beforehand, and and it goes all the way back to childhood, and the sickness that you went through as a kid and a teenager, and you share a whole bunch in there that you went through such as money having your tonsils removed, and you ended up having hip surgery later on, and it goes on and on overweight unfit. You ended up I think it was about at age seventeen. You had surgery on your sinuses, so you went through quite a bit. And my question for you is what was the catalyst behind all that well yeah I think for me. Getting into natural advocacy was allies were destined sesame given. Experience by. Acute episodes the Bronco Asthma you know. They checked me up enough in US multi fight lungs working. So from very early on I just. I struggled allies, and then came later in my life to ernest on nutrition, exercise and mind body practices so ultimately. That was guest that I felt so much because than it needed a passions. WanNa share you know the alternatives. Natural Approaches that I know can in some cases provide so much humor well. Let's talk about that. Turning point and I know this took place in your first year in college so. I become exposed to alternative health ideas. Well, you know my sister was someone who is naturally inclined to health food stores for example, I was way more conventional member over time I started to. Like the of that way than starts looking to literature that you'd find in these helped stores and taking on raw shrewd in the mucus diets, as it was known by Arnold era and a member thinking well. I've never not eaten. Save Council products. What would happen if I ate raw? And within three days of just going ahead and eliminating house, my asthma went away and never came back. It wasn't so raw. Fruit is, but the BUFFY Diet says exclude common engaged delicious. Western foods such as cow smoke novas like my. Moment, and when you hit that piff any moment, obviously, you've been going through a lot for so long. What was your initial reaction? Were you angry that you've been through so much? And you're just finding this information now or obviously? You're excited about digging in deeper in seeing what could come a vet, but talk about those initial reactions when you start to feel better over the course of a few days. That's such a great question because I think it's true that while I was elated excited, because for the first time in my life I didn't have to carry an inhaler around and think that you know. My body was fundamentally cursed. You know cloak in I was shocked to fine that you know something as simple as excluding cosmic for my genetics type would have prevented me from the Medical Mary around downward cycle. You know that I went to some level. There was a part of me that became. Hannah triggered to like oh my. What is my parents? Know this you know. You. Pour me. A. Journey retakes. One of these starts reclaim. Our health is you do? Realize there is a bit of. archetype underneath some of the symptoms. You know would've been more convenient for me to say. The doctors are right. This pathway humid of causes it, but you manage symptoms by ways. You should thank us for saving your last person. Sandwiches that the way we eat in this country. Is Disease Camale, N detectives and I'm barely one of the things that happened for me to sort of took the red pill that speak event. Lady but I was also like Gosh. We need to change things people now. There are these ways to heal known. About and this big shift in your life in your health happen when you're early in college as I mentioned. What were you taking at the time? The time you know, it was sort of just exploring the why started out actually went to university as an art student, and Mason Gross and I found it a little bit more fizeau. I ended up. Just go to college proper and. Just. Five years trying out pretty much anything that interested me. It ended up getting a degree in philosophy, so it's like a deep expiration time both in an hour.

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Los Angeles Coronavirus Update: County Restaurants, Salons, Barbershops Allowed To Reopen

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

05:28 min | 6 months ago

Los Angeles Coronavirus Update: County Restaurants, Salons, Barbershops Allowed To Reopen

"Now beginning the account he briefing on corona virus for that we take you live now to Los Angeles county supervisor Kathryn Barger allowing barber shops hair salons and restaurants to re open this further brings our communities together and resumes to resume a sense of normalcy representing a monumental progress for Los Angeles county on the path toward recovery I am grateful to our state and local partners for their collaboration in helping us transition to be safer at work and saper in our communities additionally on Tuesday the department of public health announced it was aligning the health orders with the states which enabled us to re open in person shopping all retail businesses can allow customers inside a shop at fifty percent capacity with safety guidelines in place this is a significant step toward revitalizing our economy particularly supporting our local businesses who often rely on foot traffic and drive because of in store shopping drive in theaters flea markets and swap meets can reopen as well as H. away an apartment pools additionally we open places of worship at twenty five percent capacity with a maximum of one hundred attendees this is a meaningful way to reunite our communities of faith by restoring hope and providing a sense of unity and getting back to normal which safely is our top priority we are eager to bolster more businesses and reunify our community as we work towards these goals the county the county's economic resiliency task force has gone and gone above and beyond and done an incredible job to serve the industry's most in need of support there are thirteen sector leaders providing pro bono to develop plans to open many diverse sectors that are vital to the county's economy this upcoming Tuesday four or thirteen task force representatives will deliver their roadmaps to safely re opens some key sectors including restaurants sports venues theme parks corporate businesses and manufacturing and film and digital media thanks to our industry leaders from these four sectors for their incredible work Jeff shell of NBC universal Casey Wasserman of the LA Olympic organizing committee Rick Nieman of Ernest and young and Jerry Greenberg of sugar fish restaurants their report their reports are made with input from industry representatives labor and the department of public health to ensure industries can hit the ground running with proper public health guidelines and I emphasize with proper public health guidelines as soon as the state gives approval to reopen these plans provide guidance for immediate re opening and a framework for the return to the new normal specifically Mister Jerry Greenberg has been working hard and working hand in hand with public health teams to identify a three safety guidelines for restaurants we are proud that members of the food industry and public health experts have all had to buy in these guidelines will be published later today will include best practices for spacing between patrons using barriers optimizing capacity and other recommendations that ensure restaurants can open safely and quickly finally as industries reopened and residents returned to their workplaces we must stress the importance of care and development of our children this week the Los Angeles county office of education released their planning framework for the school year these guidelines from superintendent Dr Deborah retardant Dourado will ensure safe learning for students and teachers across the eighty diverse school districts throughout the county these include sape distancing in classrooms and hallways we quit cleaning and disinfecting and continually wearing face masks our goal is to identify safe ways to return to the classroom in the fall the current framework offers three options for learning base to base with fewer students per classroom continued distance learning or a hybrid of the two in our schools LA county will ensure continued services for students in need including food programs and mental health care as we discussed plans for the next school year we cannot forget about the immediate needs of parents who are returning to work who rely on summer camps non profits and other public school programs for child care during the summer the county is collaborating with our partners to ensure safe in person youth programs are available in every area of Los Angeles county businesses workplaces schools and recreational areas we are committed to ensuring the health and the well being of our residents each person's dedication to their neighborhoods well we were we were safer at home will make us safer at work and yes safer in our communities

The Big Stimulus: What's in it for Small Business?

The Sean Hannity Show

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

The Big Stimulus: What's in it for Small Business?

"Washington lawmakers are not closing the purse strings as the coronavirus crisis continues to worsen shares act that the largest inotes package two trillion dollars with that he in history and even that is not going to be enough South Florida congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says there will likely be a fourth stimulus it will not include infrastructure and focus on small businesses the current legislation offers help for small businesses with five hundred employees or fewer making it difficult for truly small businesses to access the

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Miami - 3rd Case of COVID-19 in Broward County Related to Port Everglades

Brian Mudd

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Miami - 3rd Case of COVID-19 in Broward County Related to Port Everglades

"Broward's top doctors on the hot seat after the county confirms two of its three presumptive positive coronavirus cases are tied to port Everglades during a morning round table representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz asked Broward health department director Paula thank you to give information about how these patients contracted it whether it was community spread or through international travel cases that are associated with so they certainly may have had contact with people who have had international travel

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Laundry Between Emails: Working From Home Goes Viral In The Time Of Coronavirus

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:59 min | 9 months ago

Laundry Between Emails: Working From Home Goes Viral In The Time Of Coronavirus

"All right today's other big story around the world companies are asking their employees to work from home because of the corona virus outbreak. Some people love it other people don't. Npr's Yuki Noguchi Talk to people about their experiences. Early last Tuesday Cindy. Ruiz got an email. They're just shutting down the Office for the Week. Corona virus cases cropped up near the San Mateo Office of Dun and Bradstreet Res Works in sales for the financial data company for many the widespread. Embrace of remote work is a welcome change. They've always wanted they're reacting on social media the way kids celebrate snow days. No commutes flexible schedule. Home-cooked lunch. Ruiz however is in that camp. Sure she says there are some perks. If you could call it that I did do laundry I clearly. I'm doing laundry. The Corona virus is putting remote work to a gigantic test. The sheer scale of it is unprecedented throughout China. Italy Japan and South Korea workers have been on lockdown last week. The same happened in Seattle Amazon facebook. Microsoft and Google all told employees there to remain home. Twitter and payment company square are also working remotely. Ruiz says she misses things at the office. Like your special headset. And her big screen computer. Also her home. Wifi is neither fast nor secure enough to access some critical websites. Most of all. She misses her colleagues. This past week reminds release of her last job where she worked from home every day. That was the reason why I left that position and went to this one. I'm a person that needs to be in the office. Remote work is teaching companies a lot. About how well? They function when they're not altogether about a week ago. Jonathan Wasserman told employees to work from home he. Ceo Of Square foot a New York Commercial Real Estate Company. The last time that happened was a year ago when the office Internet went down said Okay work from home and two-thirds employs for like go but my laptops at work this time he wants to be prepared personally. Wallstrom is no fan of remote work. He says it's impossible to read a room over a conference line. Plus about a third of square foot staff are brokers they tour buildings with clients if all the sudden they said. You can't have face to face meetings with people who'd be hard for us to bunch of those transactions. In fact remote work isn't always possible. Hourly workers don't get paid if they don't work for example. Those in retail manufacturing or healthcare usually must be physically present to work. But it's a huge perk for people like tristen yet. Gaillot is a field manager for a and loves working from home in Toledo for me. It's a lot easier to work in silence. I also appreciate the fact that working from home. I can kind of migrate from room to room. If I'm not feeling super productive in one room get says it can be isolating so relying heavily on tools like slack and Webcams are key. I get a lot of face time so I don't feel like I'm like socially isolated at all. I also realize not. Everybody is built for this. If you're very extroverted which is not me. You probably would not enjoy this as much as I do. Guy Yet hopes the corona virus will help promote working from home if employers. Don't have to come in. They're not paying to commute. They're not adding to the carbon footprint. they don't have to buy or bring a lunch. It's not clear whether the corona virus will change Wasser. Strums mind about remote work. His Real Estate Company ordered loads of hand sanitizer and told employees to come back to the office. I don't believe people are productive at home at the same time. He worries about his wife. Who is seven months pregnant and commuting to her office. And we'll see how much longer we keep sending her to do that. Especially because she can meets on the subway perhaps he'll change his mind about remote work again. You GUCCI NPR news.

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"wasserman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:11 min | 9 months ago

"wasserman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With a broad brush Dave Wasserman of the cook political report thank you very much for joining us today thanks for having me to you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news tomorrow at the U. S. house could finish work that it began at a hundred and twenty years ago in the year nineteen hundred the country's only black congressman George Henry white of North Carolina introduced a bill to make lynching a federal crime the bill died in committee on tomorrow the house will vote on a similar bill it would outlaw both lynching in particular and mob killing more broadly the Senate has already done this which means the legislation could soon land on president trump's desk indicate Bailey is a sociology professor at the university of Illinois at Chicago she studied the history of lynching in the United States and she joins me now Hey there welcome hi thank you so much for having me so I want to go back to nineteen hundred and George Henry white and just what was the situation what were the circumstances that prompted him to introduce this bill yeah that late nineteenth and early twentieth century were pretty abysmal times in the history of race relations in the United States current eighteen nineties where definitely tactical what we considered that the lynching era there were more than a thousand documented lynchings that took place just during that ten year time span that was coupled with our rapid political move toward disenfranchisement the African American male community I'm trying to imagine what it must feel like for him I mentioned he was the only black congressman at the time so he's making this case to a sea of faces of white lawmakers why it why did it fail you know I think there was an attempt to bring lots of these issues ask localized issue and that and that I think has been unintentional political strategy particularly on the part of representatives from the southern states on a variety of issues I should know that the measure the house is poised to vote on it is formally named Emmett till anti lynching to name for an Intel that the black teenage boy lynched in Mississippi in the nineteen fifties why did you take sixty five years from that why do you think the moment seems to have finally arrived for for this legislation to make it through I mean I think as a culture we have failed to reckon with the history recent violence in the United States there were probably close to five thousand incidents like this that took place in the United States you know the scope of that violence is it's a little mind boggling we've under plated in our public education system as we underplayed it in terms of our understandings of ourselves as a culture and as a society you know frankly this this legislation is long overdue I saw the house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer saying something right along those lines when he announced the vote he put out a statement saying this bill is long overdue but but it's never too late to do the right thing is that the way you see it absolutely I've heard some commentary that this is an unnecessary piece of legislation and that it just opens old wounds and it's it's merely a symbolic efforts but I think there's nothing wrong with having symbols that stand up and say we affirm that this kind of violent terrorism is not going to be accepted in our country in our society and frankly I mean we still have incidents like the Charleston church massacre right we still have instances like in Charlottesville twenty seventeen incidents where there were people who lost their lives and were intrinsically based on racial dynamics and racial inequality if if we are trying to say that we are beyond this moment in our nation's history we're fooling ourselves you're saying it's this can be both a symbolic both the way of addressing past wrongs but also really really relevant today and twenty twenty absolutely that is Amy Kate believes he's a sociology professor at.

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The Dissonance Between Sanders and His Supporters

All Things Considered

04:03 min | 9 months ago

The Dissonance Between Sanders and His Supporters

"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders seems to be cruising through the first few primary states and as he scoops of delegates for the nomination some Democrats are wondering how the democratic socialist at the top of the ticket might affect down ballot races could a nominee who is so far to the left hurt those running for Congress were more centrist especially when we're talking about congressional seats Democrats flipped in twenty eighteen to take back control of the house to talk about all this we're joined now by Dave Wasserman from the cook political report welcome thanks for having me so just describe for us the argument that moderate Democrats are making why do they say that they're worried about Sanders becoming the nominee in terms of how it could affect other races in November we're hearing pushback from variety of fronts on the democratic side there are members from South Florida who are uncomfortable with Sanders's comments on the Cuban regime there are more moderate pro business Democrats from upscale suburbs who believe that his argument for revolution just will not sell at a time when the economy is pretty good for the professional work force in this country and there are Democrats who believe that a seventy eight year old Vermont democratic socialist will just lose badly to trump and take the ticket nationwide I'm skeptical that he's going to have the dramatic down ballot implications for Democrats that Republicans say he will what kind of districts would you say are most at risk in twenty twenty and how might a Sanders nomination play in those districts so right now Republicans need to gain eighteen seats to win back the house majority the Democrats won in twenty eighteen and Democrats want a variety of of different kinds of districts in the mid terms they won some seats that were more blue collar and had voted for Obama in the path Austin voted for trump in twenty sixteen those included seats in Michigan and Iowa in northern Maine there are also the seats in the suburbs that traditionally were very Republican in the past and voted for Mitt Romney that have been trending blue Orange County California where Democrats picked up four districts you have north Jersey where there's no longer a single Republican in the house those are the kinds of places where Sanders might run weakest relative to Hillary Clinton and we're Democrats will need to spend money to make the case that there are different kind of Democrat that said tell me why you're skeptical about if it were a Sanders nomination that having a palpable effect down ballot Republicans are Getty right now because they believe the Sanders nomination could give them a chance to win back house control but there are a couple of reasons I would push back on that and be more cautious the first is that voters are likely to view Bernie Sanders as an independent political entity in twenty sixteen we noticed that voters distinguish Donald Trump from the Republican Party someone and so Republicans in districts where trump was unpopular actually performed okay Republicans held on to control of the house in twenty sixteen when trump was elected in part because a lot of voters went to the polls believing that Hillary Clinton was going to win the election and they wanted a check on president Clinton or so they thought if Bernie Sanders as the democratic nominee then there's a possibility that a lot of voters who are displeased with their choices between Sanders and trump would vote for a Democrat to continue having a check on president trump well at any rate it seems that some Republican candidates now are using a possible Sanders nomination in their ads I mean you know Democrats they want to take back the Senate in Arizona Republican senator Martha McSally has already released ads tying her democratic opponent the astronaut mark Kelly to Bernie Sanders before Sanders has even won the democratic

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A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

People of the Pod

14:21 min | 10 months ago

A Closer Look at the Black-Jewish Congressional Caucus

"January and February have been full of commemorative moments for both the black and Jewish Communities. The birthday of Martin Luther King Junior the death anniversary of Anne Frank International Holocaust remembrance and Black History Month we sat down individually with three founders of the Black Jewish congressional caucus democratic congresswoman Brenda Lawrence Democratic congresswoman. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin to discuss why the caucus exists the issues. They think it will address and why it's important for black and Jewish leaders to work together. Not Apart I I asked about the original purpose of the Black Jewish congressional caucus how that purpose has evolved since its conception and what the main issues the caucus to address we. I posed the question to chief. Founder Representative Brenda Lawrence when I went to my colleagues. And ask them if they would be interested in forming a black Jewish Caucus. Civically this administration. I have seen an uptick in divisiveness and Rachel tension and also hate crimes been reported as validated being on Increasing and we have such a strong and long history of lack American and the Jewish community coming together in those times when our country lost its way the Jewish community came to the support of the black community during the civil rights movement. We have shared experience between the Holocaust. Slavery of being people oppressed by no other reason except for who we are and We know and we feel uniquely the stereotypes in the tension that are often placed on us as black and Jewish citizens of this country. And we are here in Congress to write laws and policies to ensure quality to make sure that we're forcing the civil rights of this country and we should be having a unique conversation around this and I can tell you I was so impressed with the support and willingness in a bipartisan way to form the caucus so what are the main issues that the caucus hopes to address. Well I want to know that as we look at hate crimes and discrimination as anti Semitic. It's racist xenophobic Often go back to Martin Luther King. Our unity is born of our common struggle for centuries not only to rid ourselves bandage but to make oppression of any people by others impossible so when we plan or what. Our jackets is our is that we will make sure that we are uniquely informed. We are aware of these incidents and policies and situations where we see Racism not being addressed properly or being able or being nurtured and that we can pass policies and enforce loss through our justice system to ensure we're holding true to one nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for all next. We asked Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz during the civil rights movement jewish-americans lent critical support to the N. Double ACP and fought alongside. Dr Martin Luther King Junior to challenge racial segregation in public accommodations and black leaders have stood with the Jewish community following the tragic shootings. At synagogues in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and POW California Joakim Prinz german-american Rabbi and refugee of Nazi. Germany represented the Jewish community as an organizer during the nineteen sixty three march on Washington. So that history is long and and significant and so the the The Black Jewish caucus is really important for us to be able to to retie those binds. And make sure that we can work on the modern day issues that are of mutual concern to both communities are purposes to assemble leaders to learn from one. Another advocate for joint concerns Regardless of party we believe And we exist because all partners are committed calling out hate and racism and discrimination anti-semitism and xenophobia whenever and wherever it rears its ugly head and you know our alliance in the Black Jewish caucus is really important so that we can work to honor and strengthen and safeguard the bond of our communities that have been developed in the struggle for equality in America. Then we asked representative Lee Zeldin. There is a need to better bridge the gap between the Jewish community and the black community and understanding a long rich history of the the black community fighting for on behalf of with the Jewish Committee and community and vice versa This isn't a new concept for us to be working closely and back in World War. Two was seven sixty first tank battalion. Bed Liberated gun skirt skin and God almost four hundred medals for their heroics their efforts and it was Jewish members who stood side by side with the black community during the civil rights push and some actually ended up giving up their lives in that fight for Justice and equality fast forward to two thousand and nineteen. This was announced in June But we were talking to each other about it for a few months leading up to that. Brenda Lawrence Really did a fantastic job taking a lead initiative. The American Jewish Committee was also influential and helpful with that. 'cause how has it evolved since then? I would say that more and more people have expressed interest in being part of it so it's become a bigger and it's allowed us to build a stronger network and we've seen a divide close But the challenges still exist and we just had a Hanukkah in two thousand nineteen that was marked by violent antisemitic attacks in and around the New York City area and some of the people who were paying attention to it saw that the individuals who are carrying out the attacks weren't neo Nazis. They weren't they weren't white supremacists. They weren't a radical Islamic extremists. And they they weren't Politically motivated it was a different dynamic than what you might have been talking about in June of two thousand nineteen You had some people who are talking about the the black Israel The Hebrew Israelite Movement But then others within that movement rejecting the acts carried out up in Munsey attacking the rabbi's home as well as attacking The the Jewish Kosher Supermarket in New Jersey. So in a way if you ask me how it evolved part of. It's been positive With all of the outreach in all of the new relationships and part of it has been an added challenge added friction as we witnessed what happened in the Hanukkah two thousand nineteen and struggling with figuring out how to as quickly as possible Deal with that next. We asked how the black community can support Jewish concerns and how the Jewish community can more forcefully advocate for African American issues. Here's what Linda Lawrence had to say. Yes the Jewish community has in the past as as you know during the civil rights movement Jewish communities one of our strongest legal and justice advocate on the judicial system but it is lifting the voice of Black America Black Lives Matter Institutional that is. Our biggest challenge institutional racism when it comes to the education when it comes to housing when it comes to the criminal justice lending voice to the black community and pointing out those things that are wrong and the black community. What we can do is make sure that we are calling out the stereotypes against the Jewish community. Then we heard from Debbie Wasserman Schultz. There is really some significant overlap that particularly with the violence and the Anti Semitism and bigotry. That is being hurled at our communities not just with these horrendous murders but with social media attacks and you know protest against our communities and discriminatory actions so we have a lot on our plate. Initially that I think are in my view important for our communities mutually and you know because the Caucasus really in its infancy as we mature and move down the road. Get to know one another issues that you know. We can be across the aisle and across our communities and the caucus focused on trying to prioritize the issues that the individual communities find important and lastly representative Lee Zeldin. Well we always spent a lot of times so far I talking about the way. The Jewish community has been targeted with not just Anti Semitic thoughts but antisemitic actions and violent and some cases of its cost people their lives. So you know the the ways for the the black community to identify what? The top issues are Right now for the Jewish community. We're seeing it. Play out really in the national news and the national debate for the Black Community The there still is racism in our country in many respects and I think that teaching tolerance and and understanding ensuring that policies aren't discriminatory that individuals have the ability to achieve the American dream and shouldn't be held back just because they might be someone of color or they might be practicing a different religion like Judaism. That discrimination racism still exists in our country. We saw it play out not too long ago on. Long Island where I'm from the first. Congressional district of New York is on the east end of Long Island There was a story that was in. Newsday was an investigative report of members of the real estate industry discriminating against people of color who were trying to find housing trying to Purchase a home to achieve the American dream. And unfortunately that's an exception and not the norm. It's rare But the response has been robust with investigations. That have been lost. launched as well as the real estate industry themselves Self policing Each Other To educate but educate each other and to push out of their industry people who are discriminating against Black individuals who are trying to own a home and then she the American dream so I would say as far as identifying some of the biggest needs right now of the black community. I would say that just like it was easy to identify anti-semitism as a top needed needs to get addressed for the Jewish community. I would say. Racism is something that's very prevalent and still needs to be addressed absolutely with regards to the black community next. We asked what issues of mutual concern? The caucus can address. Here's what Brenda Lawrence had to say. I think it's extremely important. That the black and Jewish community allow the history of oppression for either of our people to be forgotten. You know there's some people who like to say the Holocaust didn't happen. There are people who say You know black people so each other to slavery. So what's the big deal? We cannot allow the history that as horrific as it is to be forgotten. And that's something else that I think that we uniquely can do as citizens of this country and as survivor and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Right now we have a really significant challenge around white supremacy and the rise of white supremacists in United States white supremacist increasingly targeted and killed large groups of people in recent years because of their race or religion in the United States in Twenty fifteen we had nine African Americans who were murdered murdered by a gunman whose name I won't mention at the Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church Mother Emmanuel in Charleston South Carolina. Because and this is quoting the murderer. He knew that it would be a place to get a small amount of black people in one area. You had Robert Bowers. Last year yelled antisemitic. Slurs before he opened fire and killed eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and that was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community. American history you've had attacks on mosques where insecurity has had to be increased after fifty one people were massacred to mosques in New Zealand. So we have a very current urgent challenge with bigotry. Anti-semitism white supremacists who are engaging in in deadly violence and so that's at the security and houses of fighting. Anti Semitism and bigotry is Is really the top of our current list of issue the very tragic areas of mutual concern for for both communities and and I would also add Particularly because most of these crimes perpetrated with guns the Jewish community in the African American community have have really come together around making sure that we can close all the loopholes that allow people who shouldn't have a gun under federal law here in the US be able to get them Now that issue is unfortunately not bipartisan. I was just getting ready to say. That's gotta be bipartisan. doesn't mean that That the hawks On Black Jewish relations can't take it on

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Entering the 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy

The Ultimate Health Podcast

10:18 min | 10 months ago

Entering the 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy

"Yeah we've got lots to talk about about what's been taking place but I think the place that I want to start is how this trimester started which which is with a baby shower which was literally at twelve. Just after the start of trimester three it was at thirty weeks. We had a beautiful baby. Shower put on in by. My Mom. Jesse's MOM Jesse's aunt and future sister-in-law were all part of this and they are such an amazing team. Just how amazing was the shower. You're all it was perfect and the interesting thing too. Is that this group arranged the decorating for our wedding and for your wedding shower and now the baby aby shower so there's been a real consistency with the look and feel of each of these milestone events in our life. Yeah well a lot of it is. Diy they all Are Very crafty very artistic and they do everything from scratch like all the things that are hanging in the banners and everything's very rustic Artsy Z.. So the decor was amazing and beautiful and so me. The theme was kind of a tea party which was perfect. It was an afternoon tea party and it was a great opportunity to you. See Friends and family celebrate me and the baby and Jesse and obviously it was a great way to get some gifts of things that we need. And because Jesse and I are first first time parents. We don't have any siblings. That have kids. Were the first in the family. So there's not really a lot of ham down coming our way. We decided that we need a lot of stuff and having to be a great way to do that so we were very lucky. We're very grateful for all the beautiful gifts that we got and we are well stocked up. There was a couple of interesting things that we took on with the shower. One being that instead of cards we decided that people would bring a book their favorite kids book doc and right inside it as if it were the card so we actually in the nurse three three or four bookshelves floating ones put up by the crib. And and we've now got those loaded. In more of all these amazing books that have been vetted and curated by our family and friends which is just amazing and Marnie. I've actually been periodically reading these in bed at night to the baby and yeah it's just so much fun. I can't wait taxi. Read it when the baby abuser side to the little one. Yeah just so excited. I have to comment actually help finding some of these books are. They're so cute. I don't think I've ever read like newborn early early early. Baby Bucks to like some pages one word on it or it's like rough or or they're so cute they make me laugh. It's quite about the picture. It's about time times and the story is a little bit short grain. There are a lot of fun over so grateful though we have literally enough books to carry through till five years of this child being and alive. So we've got lots of education and lots of beautiful presence as they said and things that are very functional that we've put into place in our home. Yeah we're very grateful. We got a really good start to this baby's life. Yeah we really WANNA put out there thank you for all the generosity from family and friends and we were embraced with love and warmth and yeah we just got so much incredible stuff so thank you guys and we even got a couple of gifts from some of our listeners. So we just want to thank those of you. Who took the time to send in a gift for tab so kind? Thank you so much something else. I wanted to mention too that we did actually actually in trimester to was a photo shoot Jesse and I wanted to capture the moment of my belly bump and and you know I was going through this phase together and how special it is and because it was fall and trimester to. We figured that was a beautiful opportunity to get some photos done. And it's great. It's great to have them printed. We've been using them on. Social media is just so nice to look back at them between me Jesse the baby and go. Gee We have some beautiful photography so for those of you who are going through pregnancy. I highly recommend booking a photo. Shoot either in your second trimester in the late trimester or in Trimester Mr Three depending on the weather for us. It's winter mostly trimester three so we wanted to have an outside photo shoot. That wouldn't work so well but yeah. This is something that I highly recommend you do as a couple. Yeah we had a lot of fun with it and it's interesting because we did do it early on but that day in particular while we're by the water for once I think think that influenced the temperature but that day was frigid cold and obviously we don't WanNa have like our coats on for every picture tooks gloves but we had. I had a fun time. Go Gee was there like Marty mentioned and we're just so grateful. We took the time to do that. And I think it's really important to capture a lot of images during your pregnancy anyway anyways like whether it's on your instagram or just for your own use you're gonNA WANNA look back on those and see the growth of your belly to see changes in your body and you. You don't WanNa miss out on that. I've spoken to a few people who regret not taking enough pictures during their pregnancy. And something that I've done over on my instagram account. If you do happen to follow me. It's at Marnie Wasserman. Every single week and for me. The weeks change on Wednesday and every Wednesday. We've been posting picture ever since week. Fourteen of the size of the baby in a fruit or vegetable or some food item. And it's mostly been fruits and vegetables and it's been really cool. Jesse's been awesome at being the photographer for these. We've been really creative around our a home and outside to capture these and I just love having it as a little story book and a Memory Bank for me to look back on just to see the progression of the pregnancy. I think it would be really fun because these turned out so well to collect them put them all together a little tiles and frame it and maybe put that in the baby's room just thinking talking of as as we're talking here but yeah it's been really fun to be creative each and every week and try and figure out a different setup and pick from the different fruit and vegetable options. So we've had a a lot of fun with it. So speaking of which this week I think baby is the size of or the length of a leak. I think that's what we're coming up on at thirty eight weeks six. And Yeah just in terms of my body changing over the last trimester. It's been interesting the baby's still growing and I'm definitely my belly is getting bigger. But it hasn't been as much of a difference as the second trimester when she say jazz like Second Trimester. It's like Whoa all of a sudden my belly just came out of nowhere and now it's like slow growing. Yeah I noticed that you notice it. But it's hard to see the difference. Yeah it's not as dramatic for share but I guess every week when we go now to our midwife appointment and they take the measurement tournament we are seeing that growth. But it's like all of a sudden you go from nothing to showing that bomb. It's really yeah dramatic. And then now it's more subtle but we are seeing it through the measurements because the measurements. Actually line up to the week. So yeah the funnel height of the baby matches up typically to the week which which is really cool. So the baby's been moving lots throughout this entire trimester. Lots of wiggling lots of jobs. Lots of pokes we we sit and sometimes watch my belly during the day or at night because this baby is very very active. It's not just one time a day. It's all day long and it's been really cool just to try and figure out the body parts. I've been trying to do a little. Bit of belly mapping which is something you can look into that. There is a way technique to try and figure out where exactly exactly the baby's position although this can change but it is kind of cool just to see where the feeder where the back is where the head is and often. I know where the head is because it's hiccuping and I can feel it down in my lower abdomen and I feel these hiccups and it's just it's really cool. That's always superfund when Jessie Mary feeling the hiccups at and a little bit of a hint tour. We're GONNA get into later. We actually have some definitive imaging to show the position of the baby. And there's a story behind that we're going to get into a little. Oh Bet but yeah. It's been really fun to watch. The movements feel the movements and we've tried to capture the movements because they are so dramatic now at the end of pregnancy we tried to take video and capture. But I don't think it's really translating that. Well 'cause we just want to have that memory to be able to go back and and look at that someday so luckily were slowing down and being present and embracing in the moment if the video doesn't work which it looks like it's not but it's been fun to try and capture especially for my parents who aren't aren't here and they're living in Toronto so they are not really getting to see me and my belly often so be so cool for them to see the movement but as he said it so hard to capture so we can only describe it and hopefully they'll see it soon will since we're talking about the baby's positioning. We'll just get into something that came up during this trimester. That was kind of unexpected which was at around week thirty two we were at amid with a point and they were feeling around and they were like we have no idea what position. This baby's end we just. I can't figure it out I'm like I don't understand. I feel the hiccups down low so to me it seems like the head is down but they were really unsure so they kind of have left it and left me feeling that this baby was in a frank breach which is the position where the bum is down. The legs are up and the head is up. So it's kind of this really awkward position but again Jesse and I were like all right. This is kind of weird. This is right before the holidays and I was a little uncomfortable with that information formation and because it was the holidays there is going to be a time lag between when we saw the midwives again so being proactive. People that Jesse and I are we got on top of it. We started doing research. I I had heard about a website and a resource called spinning babies and I was looking into a trying to figure out that these are the exercise I need to do just in case. His baby needs to flip but I wanted a second opinion so we went to a chiropractor that specializes in the webster technique which is a procedure that helps loosen the MOMS ligaments in her legs to encourage the baby to have room. They're not actually doing any manipulation on the baby. It's just strictly on the mom to help the process so we went and had that done and she also confirmed that the baby was not head down at that time this was at thirty two weeks and she was like okay but we can do

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Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 11 months ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. He was considered the greatest receiver. ALGEBRA's true sophomore. I think it was like and then that gets to touchdown. That was the kind of flurry that I think that they're just capable capable of and I I don't want him to bring up Ohio state. I was like it did not feel to me as impressive. This clemson was last year. is the president. We thought they were Dabo. Sweeney talking about the lack of respect. If all season to me there was no doubt who is the better team after watching that it last

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:30 min | 11 months ago

Joe Burrow, LSU complete dream season to win the national title

"Morning after. LSU's national championship. Victory over Clemson We are still here in New Orleans. Bruce what what do you think will be your lasting image of the game you know. I don't I don't know I mean because it was a lot of thoughts going through my head just seon beyon- early on like when suicide next to me in the press box it felt like for the first couple of drives were not breath not much is going on but then Clemson at LSU backed up their territory. Lot Zero blitzing. They they definitely I think Brent Venables had the LSU offense the ants on its heels and then clemson started to go a little bit in Clemson's did some big plays and I don't know what point was seventeen seven or or something along the lines of that. I I think our colleague Ari Wasserman put out something that was like who covers Ohio state as if it's unclear We all know it's unclear whether this is just a blatant troll job or not. He's after watch. It was early in the game when he said watching these teens. I'm really to do tweets. It was another another one that was a reference to while. Lsu like they were fortunate that they got Oklahoma. 'cause they wouldn't have gotten through like your comes to blow out from Clemson. We saw this movie the last year against Alabama at remember thinking. This offense is GonNa get going where I didn't really expect. Stu was Trevor Lawrence his talented in his as gifted as he is looked more like a freshman last night for you on Monday night then he did last year against Alabama when he actually was a true freshman and Dan so to see that You know it was just like Whoa here at combs it was like an avalanche and it felt like this where I was going with that it felt like when we were sitting there watching it was like all right. Clemson feels like that dominated the first the first half but at one point it was like that controlled the first half and all of a sudden. Now they're down by one another so now they're like a deep hole and Lsu's getting the ball back. It was just think just felt like this thing was destined to happen. Yeah as I in the Lsu locker room and then went back and wrote Sept- sat down to write. It felt like just it was yet another game where Joe Jonesboro dominated and and was yet another. LSU blow out. And then as I kind of look back in my notes you realize Gosh I can hardly remember it now but this was the game was twenty eight to twenty five early in the third quarter after constant score a touchdown then clemson held LSU and it gets the ball back where the chance to take the lead. And I say that because by the time the game was over you would never remember it. was that close Because we saw yet another Sterling performance format from borough Jomar. Chase was unstoppable You know I wrote primarily about borough in my column from the game because I think what we just witnessed was without question region. The greatest season a college quarterback has ever had and to the point. Where you know you and I had podcast in the past where we talked about we debated Cam Cam? Newton's amazing season Vince young amazing season where they ranked in the in the Where they ranked his players right among all time? Great College players. Joe Borough rush like Cam. Newton is gonNA remember for just one season but Each through sixty touchdowns sixty and so oh just to put that in perspective that great Excuse me that great Vince. Young season he had thirty eight D.. Accounted for thirty eight rushing and passing touchdowns Ashdown's Tommie Frazier Ninety Five Nebraska. No that was a different era. He accounted for about two thousand yards of total offense. Borough when you put in his rushing six thousand yards of offense offense and they did it against a schedule that was so tough that when the final. AP poll came out Late Monday night. LSU had beaten five of the top eighteen which were pretty sure has never been done before it was And and and all and by the end you know. We're talking about things things here. That was see that if you had told me what an August that this would happen. I would say that's impossible. And yet he made it look so easy in these games that it certainly didn't impossible while you're watching it. It just seemed like Oh okay yet. Another game where the other defense. DB's can't stop these receivers and boroughs making all the right. Throws Rose is interesting. I spent a lot of the three days down here in New Orleans in the inside with Lsu and a lot of meetings in which just comes back to his hey we got number benign. It was like in there is talking about like any. NFL personnel person. Or anything like that but then there is Joe. Bureau was so much better than any other quarterback in the country because of how he operated this system are poised is how accurate. How great he is off script when the defense does something I don't know why feel compelled to touch on this but you know obviously you have this back and forth over the last. Probably Five Years About Cam Newton where he was the one thing I would. I'd say Cam Newton had nobody around him. You know the the only thing close to him as an NFL prospects even remotely was fairly on the other side of the ball. Joe Borough Roll. Had Mortiz went wild last night he actually had three drop passes well. Aj Terrell is considered to be a really good cornerback and and the poor guy gave up to fifty plus yard catches to chase in the first half. They eventually had to switch to a new to trying trying different DB On him. Well Oh I think what you were saying. I totally grew the greatest Offensive seem season. We've seen from a from a college quarterback but I would ask you this and haven't done enough research on it. You know their body work as a team matches up with anybody right and they. We beaten some some really good teams by double digits now to me and I I would argue that the Miami Ed Reed that team as the most talented team. The what I do think is like this team hasn't loaded with the level of. I think ridiculously future hall of fame kind of pro bowl guys. I mean we'll see I mean. Obviously the gap between Kendra. She was a really good quarterback and Joe Arrow is significant. But I would ask ask you. Is this the greatest offense you've ever seen in college yes. This was the greatest offense in college football. I was thinking trying to think of comparisons and to to to what you said. We've seen a lot of great offenses that like for instance. The chip Kelly Oregon offenses that took college football by storm in time. Seemed unstoppable. Darren Thomas was the quarterback right. It wasn't a guy who's going to be the number one pick in the draft maybe think about some of these Oklahoma offenses recently. Certainly certainly the ones with Baker Mayfield Cuyler Murray season those offenses were prolific. But in both cases they eventually ran into a team that was more talented than them and was able to at least neutralize it. Lsu I think an an order on his set it and I think it's true what we saw. This season was just the perfect storm and the perfect combination of the quarterback. The offense that job Brady brought in the play calling reis even Zinger and just this insane set of receivers and also Clyde. You know who you're right about. Oh my gosh. That guy is unbelievable. A tackle them last night. Just every everything that needed to lineup lined up. I think it was the thing that you know not to go too. Big on Clyde there because the numbers aren't like Numbers but I think the element of having thing like it is the pick your poison where somebody's going to go all right. We gotTA worry about twenty two more and then also the one who won the won the Belichick off award you know. He was considered the greatest receiver. ALGEBRA's true sophomore. I think it was like and then that gets to touchdown. That was the kind of flurry that I think that they're just capable capable of and I I don't want him to bring up Ohio state. I was like it did not feel to me as impressive. This clemson was last year. is the president. We thought they were Dabo. Sweeney talking about the lack of respect. If all season to me there was no doubt who is the better team after watching that it last

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Minimum Wage Hikes Fuel Higher Pay Growth For Those At The Bottom

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:40 min | 11 months ago

Minimum Wage Hikes Fuel Higher Pay Growth For Those At The Bottom

"Something unusual is happening in the US. Labor market workers at the bottom of the income ladder. Our finely seeing bigger pay raises than those who are higher up. That is partly because of the tight job. The market with unemployment near a fifty year low businesses have to pay more to attract new workers. Minimum wage though is also play here. Economists say minimum wage hikes at the state and local level. Well are giving a boost to millions of workers here's NPR's Scott horsely. Kista Jelly works a grocery store in Springfield Missouri. She typically works the closing shift noon. Eight or for three to ten PM. I'm a cashier Isis people every day with their groceries when she started almost two years ago jolly made minimum wage. which at the time was seven dollars? Eighty eighty five cents an hour in Missouri. She still making the minimum but thanks to a ballot. Measure passed in two thousand eighteen. That minimum is going up when jolly gets our first paycheck of twenty twenty twenty on Friday. She'll be earning nine forty five an hour. I would hope that it gets better and I think that I'll be better off but I think that it's going to still be a struggle jealous or paycheck. We'll still barely cover her rent and utilities. She relies on food stamps and school lunches to help feed her three children ages. Six eleven and fourteen jollies grateful that Missouri voters approved three additional increases in the minimum wage over the next three years by twenty twenty three to twelve dollars an hour. I've got at least a pecent living wage and then people can pay their bills. They can possibly get a few things on their wants list every month. Like kids need new clothes. or I'm that girl I ran out of Mascara like a month ago. Luxury items such as new socks in Arizona Colorado and Maine. The minimum wage is already twelve dollars an hour. Our the federal minimum has been stuck at seven twenty five an hour for more than a decade. But economists aren't today she says nearly two dozen states gave minimum. Wage workers raised raised on January. First if you're a minimum wage worker in America right now on average you're probably getting paid closer to twelve dollars an hour. That's what they call the effective minimum wage. And today she says those rising minimums are an important factor helping to lift up workers at the bottom of the pay scale. Right now the economy. Oughta me is doing something extraordinary. People at the bottom have actually seen higher wage growth than people at the top and in the middle minimum. Wages aren't the only factor. Today she says low wage workers also have more bargaining power now as employers scrambled to fill job openings. When unemployment's just three and a half percent the patchwork of minimum wages around the country. It does create a sort of natural experiment though for economists trying to measure the effects on low wage workers at least Gould who's the left-leaning Economic Policy Institute. Compared states raised their minimums to those. That didn't no matter how you cut it. The low wage workers are getting a larger wage boost in states that have raised their minimum wage. Gould estimates the higher minimums that took effect this month. Boosted paychecks for nearly seven million workers across the country economist. David Newmark of UC Irvine cautions. However the higher cost for employers may come with trade-offs. You're getting a raise if you keep your job and if you're ours don't change but there's plenty of evidence that there is some job Wasserman. The minimum wages and those workers are worse off newmark acknowledges job loss associated within wage. Hikes is probably less of a problem when unemployment is this low. CASSIA jolly hasn't seen any job cuts at the grocery store where she works. The cashier doubt she'd be getting a raise. Were it not required by the higher minimum. We still need to keep pushing for weird because hopefully people like me will be able to actually make it every month. Jelly says it's a shame when a grocery store worker has to choose between buying food and paying her bills

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Man charged with sending bombs to Trump critics pleads guilty

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Man charged with sending bombs to Trump critics pleads guilty

"The man charged with sending pie. Pipebombs to the media and critics of President Trump last fall pled guilty this afternoon, WCBS MAC, Rosenberg with more from Manhattan federal courts, withdrew his original not guilty plea this afternoon, and has now pleaded guilty to sixty five criminal counts. In this case. The fifty seven year old admitted to the judge all almost in a whisper that he sent sixteen devices designed to look like bombs to prominent Democrats like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton supporters and CNN back in October. Those devices had the return address of former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and none of the pipebombs exploded sack was living in Florida at the time of his arrest in a van riddled with stickers of President Trump even held without bail since his arrest. The now faces a maximum of life in prison at his sentencing in

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2020 election could be another 1972 for Democrats

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

07:59 min | 1 year ago

2020 election could be another 1972 for Democrats

"Me. It's fascinating looking back at the nineteen seventies in as someone that has studied history, and you know, about how sometimes there's these political cycles. It's fascinating to see how what happened in nineteen. Seventy two is starting to play out a little bit now as we get close to the the twenty twenty elections. And I was hoping you might be able to explain what happened in seventy two compared to what we're seeing today. Yeah, it's interesting. The the similarities are really Erie. Basically what happened in seventy two is you're coming off an election in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight where the incumbent vice president Hubert, Humphrey ran and lost really a razor close election. And he had won basically by not participating in the primaries. You only piss in one South Dakota. We came in third, but he went a lot of delegates at the convention. So as a result that was really? In. There was really there was there was a lot of incense between between between really inflamed the liberal, but the liberal insurrectionist anti-vietnam people was forty two, gene. Mccarthy in the primaries because the won the primary supported the Johnson ministrations proliferating in Vietnam war got the nomination. So it was a result in the general election. Eugene McCarthy finally get endorsed Hubert Humphrey, the kid by saying essentially, probably the most lukewarm endorsement, you can imagine. Support Hubert Humphrey and asked him I said my and asked my supporters suffer with me. And then. Where? I mean, I don't know. I don't know if you can take an endorsement that's a lot to try to fit on a button. But I'd I'd wear that. But that's funny. And then what happened was so after sixty eight from Richard Nixon Republican beats Humphrey, and then you have the scenario where you McCarthy who was the only really anti Vietnam war candidate really galvanize Westport among them by nineteen seventy-two Nike seventy one seventy two the there's a seismic change in the Democratic Party at moved to the left and the Vietnam war now, even Hubert Humphrey was running again opposed to be Warren called for termination of all troops in south East Asia. So now, gene McCarthy just one of many candidates matter of fact, pretty much majority of candidates were now opposed to be at Phnom results. You've lost that issue in seventy two. He runs again and Hubert Humphrey runs again if he kind of the establishment candidate. I mean, you haven't this time around you have George McGovern though, because he was seen as more galvanized into the anti Vietnam war can't war insurrectionist, so Israel, real key. Who was two hundred one at the beginning when nomination gene McCarthy is an afterthought only win three. Point six percent of the of the vote the popular vote among the democratic primary winner primary contested. And as a result, you have George McGovern winning the nomination then going onto lose miserably in the general election only winning one St. Massachusetts. Phone South Dakota. He and he wanted to why he knew the district Columbia. What's interesting is you see it very similar Somme or today because in two thousand and sixty in sixteen Hillary Clinton won the nomination, despite the fact that a lot of Bernie Sanders supporters felt cheated win a lot of the leak memos. Catchy note that Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chairman of the Democratic Party had tried to basically basically worked rigged the system for Hillary Clinton results in the general election. Bernie Sanders did come out he did support Hillary Hillary Clinton. But now, you have the scenario we are a lot of Bernie Sanders positions for Medicare for all for example, for a single payer for healthcare for breaking up the corporations breaking up, the big bang and democratic socialism. A lot of those issues are now the mainstream the Democratic Party taxing the rich Camille, the Harris, for example, was moved to the left on MIR. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts running the scenario. Bernie cares. Not the only liberal alternative to the more. Moderate establishment, the Democratic Party. And it'll be interesting to see if he can. A lot of the people over somebody like Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii. I'm a lot of others are now running is progressive. No, there really aren't very many New Democrats. Never Bill Clinton ran down a crowd of moderate democrat. There really aren't now we have Mary where everybody's essentially moving to the left and Bernie Sanders is just you know, it's just one choice of many lip pretentious liberal candidate. You only see a couple of very few New Democrats. You have the Beto veto from down from Texas who lost Iraq Iraq, you lost to Ted Cruz. You also have some people are talking about in south bend, the mayor Buddha judge Judy judge. Yup. Yeah. He's also someone that's kind of like fresh blood for them. But other than that, you see a lot of the same names coming up people are like crossing their fingers Joe Biden runs again, which is fascinating too. Because you know, he he sat out, and obviously if he would have ran during this last election that would have really complicated things you throw him into the mix with the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders popularity going on the one I would look to to when I think when he does. And now somebody who if you're looking for somebody who gets votes in red states. Steve Bullock in Montana's, a very interesting candidate because he was just reelected in Montana by four points the same election when Donald Trump won by twenty five twenty point and got about twenty five percent of Trump's supporters. If he's one candidate could make that general election case, perhaps. But of course, right now. He's known as Peter Budaj Jagan, you know, some of the other. Yeah. And big part of this too. Is that it's you're looking at a Donald Trump that's going to run in a lot of times. You are curious. What are the odds that he gets elected? So he's got a lot in his side right now, the fact that he's the sitting president adds a lot of favor to him being reelected. You see historically speaking that seems to help pave things a little bit. But even if you look at some of the polls coming in and you look at some of the people in Vegas when they set the odds, they're still setting him as the by far favourite. And I think that when you have a crowded democrat field in you don't know who's gonna come forward on that side that also hurts the Democrats costs us because they don't have like one person they can rally behind right now. In the case of the Republicans are kinda worked in their favor. Last time you saw Donald Trump rise to the very top in a lot of people were reluctant because they didn't want him to. But he's still didn't regardless. I don't know if there's any democrat that could rise like Donald Trump did during this last election. Yeah, it's interesting because if you're looking for somebody like that. Donald trump. And you're looking for somebody who basically people would not be thinking of right now the one candidate. I'm not sure she can win. But the one candidate. I think you're gonna see. Well, we'll surprise a lot of people. It's healthy gabbert the congresswoman from Hawaii simply because she's running. It's kind of a younger version of Bernie Sanders. This is somebody who was the co-chair who had worked Democratic National Committee lifetime, actually resigned. Her post may end up supporting Bernie Sanders because you're supposed to technically be neutral what she has a lot of other candidates. Don't have EPA episode and non interventionist foreign policy, and that's something that has peeled really across the political spectrum. Remember when Ron Paul ran, for example in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve a lot of liberals who didn't Mike is positions. A lot of other things like position on being a non interventionist and TC only can it in the field that emphasize Matt right now. So I can see her really taking a play for that type for a lot of example, a lot of independent voters. A lot of liberal voters. Who think Bernie Sanders is perhaps a little bit too all a little bit more charismatic? That's the one that I would watch. And as I say. That's deep. Bullock, the governor Montana. If he does run I do think if you look at these polls that show what Democrats want more than anything else. One AD logical. Purity is an eastern buddy who I think can make the case that you look I've gotten elected into red state interested state, I've been relatively progressive governor of expanded Medicaid expanded gun control. I've I've supported campaign finance reform. He can potentially make that case. It's kind of like Bill Clinton in ninety two. He certainly wasn't the favorite of a lot of Democrats who thought that you know, who I think would would grabs in heart wanted somebody like Jerry Brown or Tom Harkin or someone who's more liberal they closed Bill Clinton because they've not a power for twelve years. He he could win votes in the conservative state of Arkansas and Bill Clinton got the nomination that time and tarp emphasizing that I think there could he could potentially move up those the two candidates. I'm kinda watching right now, then you really haven't had much name recognition back and see where they can make an

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"wasserman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"wasserman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Vienna. And go. Hey, mark. Yes, sir. WB? I know that you are you're so spot on with this thing and to further support with your which thing which thing we talked with this initiative, the DNC and the same people that are going after Benjamin Netanyahu. If you remember when when Obama used taxpayer funds to try to interfere with you is rarely election echo. Absolutely. Okay. And then you have Debbie Watson is show. In other words, he was the Vladimir Putin as far as Israel was concerned interfering in their election. Correct. And in fact, he sent people over there to actually interfere enhanced enhance your whose chances of getting elected, but he's still won. You're right right now, then you have to have you look at. Unwind who was interfering or computing information for Debbie Wasserman Schultz DNC opportunity, congressman Turkey's dictator. Right. Okay. But then you have then you have Stephen Wasserman who is Debbie Wasserman Schultz brother who's in charge of the army. It's not Wasserman Vasserman. What go right ahead, sir. Okay. But anyway, you have speed who's in the DOJ who's our brothers who make sure they're all one doesn't tell the connection with any watching this show and the Pakistani intelligence service, whilst there, you have this all figured out could you please go on my face pay Facebook page and write this out. I've got it written out Alexander t it's very very put it right up there on my Facebook page for the whole world is thank you, sir. Let's continue shall we? Cory Jensen Beach, Florida the Mark Levin app. And I hope you all have downloaded the Mark Levin app. It's free right now. Wink, wink, grab it go. Right ahead. I've had it on my phone a long time. Thank you point out, how utterly disgusting. And unbelievable it is that all day long. They had all this stuff. You could not find any information at all on the Trump Kim John own meeting, which is we know is infinitely more poor than anything that was going on in congress today, and the to the extent they cover it. They mocked the president. They second guess the president. He better come out with these successes. The president. Meanwhile, they're great hero Barack Obama. He lets them arm up to the teeth same with the Russians and the Chinese and the South China Sea. In fact, Obama's not even. Happy enough that they're arming up themselves. He helps arm up the Iranians and there's President Trump. He has to deal with all of it. Well, it's just absolutely disgusting. And this guy Cohen, let me let me ask you something Corey. This is a disgrace to the legal profession is it not where's the American Bar Association. Well, the fact that the guy is gone everything that he could in this power not to be a lawyer. Right. He's videos audio taping. Right. He's he's he's a crook. He is he's a criminal. He's taping his clients including the president of the United. What are you gonna do with that other than blackmail? Somebody. And meanwhile, the Democrats you gotta listen to this this idiot, chairman of this committee, forget his name already, and that's Cummings. Yes. At the end. You know, we're here. We're defending democracy demont. No, you're not destroying the country. You're not fooling anybody. And the idea that they tell Michael go ahead and testify second further violate attorney client privilege, none of them whatever allow their private attorneys to talk to anybody about anything. Now, would they? Not at all not at all. Thank you for your call, my friend. Jodi, New York, New York, the great WABC. Go ahead. Hi, mark. Thank you for taking my call. Oh, goodness. Goodness. Okay. Michael kohn? I gotta laugh he's calling Donald Trump a con when it's so interesting that Michael count himself. He's the professional con man for sure he's been caught in lies. He's done crimes unrelated to anything with President Trump and his criminal and lying cavities, Mark. If you add them all up, he should really be put away for like over a hundred and twenty years. I find it interesting. I wonder who gave him this cushioning deal to only serve three years. I wonder why. And we know why because they want him to smear. How come how come? He doesn't get the same kind of sentencing that the prosecutors are pushing on Manfred sound believable. Let me tell you. He all these crimes with the IRS. And with the taxation he should have got over one hundred and twenty years, Mark. And they're only like saying three years because they want him to sing the songs that they want him to. Singh. He's lying through his teeth. Absolutely. And, you know, something he himself said there's no proof of collusion. And that's what was all about. It's like so ridiculous. And you know, what I really hope that this backfires on. They're not Democrats. I call them demon Kratz their demonic. Really, I call them left wing radical kooks, but thank you for your call. I appreciate it. Pau quickly Sioux Falls, South Dakota, K L, O our great affiliate. Go he remarked. It's a pleasure and honor to talk to you. Thank you. I'm gonna I'm gonna hold you that wasn't fair to you. Hold on. We're going to take you at the bottom of the.

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00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Air traffic controllers union sounds alarm

"Has led to another high profile arrest, President Trump's ally. Roger stone was arrested today on seven counts, including one count of obstruction of an official preceding five counts of making false statements and one count of witness tampering stones arrest has to do with his involvement in the release of the hack DNC information by WikiLeaks, not into Russian collusion Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who was the chair of the DNC at the time of the hack says that the investigation is doing what it's supposed to do Ragas stone.

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"wasserman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"These section. That they're looking at is. I think it's it's open Laka OPEL Locka Florida now in open Locka, Florida. There is a processing facility for the for the postal service that does not deal in letters only deals in packages. And they believe it's from there or through there that these packages went there was also, of course, the confusion about a package being sent to congressman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. However, that's not what happened. It was sent to the former attorney general Eric Holder, but it was returned to sender. The returned to sender address was her Debbie Wasserman Schultz in Florida, and that's why they thought it was sent to her. So this is one of the places they're looking at there was a post office in New York that they shut down to because of of a suspicious package as well. So there have been twelve but they do have a person in custody. However, let's make sure we're clear about what we're saying here. There are no. Charges filed a person in custody. Could mean there's questioning could mean an association maybe there's more than one person right now. There is a news conference scheduled a four today. Right now, it's set for two thirty PM eastern time. Now, if it happens to come earlier are there any other conferences, we're going to bring that to you know, question sharing. This is is very important and worthwhile. What's important worthwhile? Is that while the the media apparatchik wants to scream and blame Trump. And while there are people out there who wanna talk false flag operations. We are the ones who aren't deterred or confused. We are the ones who are not going to let this keep us from our our appointed rounds if you will. We're taking a look at these midterm elections. Now, President Trump wrote on Twitter. If you didn't know, you might you might not be aware of this. This may come as a bit of a shock to.

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"wasserman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Before we get to bleacher report's jonathan wasserman about his big board here with the nba draft paulie has this is wingspan draft it's it's wingspan week here on the dan patch show we have one question wingspan quiz wingspan quiz okay great music for the wingspan quiz this nba all star multi a couple times his wings big man his wingspan average two inches less than his height officially the only person we could find with shorter arms than hype i can give you a hint if you don't have his wingspan still playing no bill laimbeer nope but very very famous player worldwide things worldwide mclovin did you discuss it the worldwide makes me think it's y'all ming y'all ming is correct oh measuring seven six as wingspan was anywhere from seven seven foot four to seven four and a half wingspan less than his height what about blow bomba's like seven ten right i think he can stand in probably touch the rim kenny something crazy or on his tiptoes all right jonathan wasserman he nba draft writer for bleacher report kind enough to join us we're getting ready for wingspan night tomorrow night jonathan is that going to be the goto expression tomorrow night yeah you can have a drink for every time you hear the word wingspan and you're gonna get drunk you're gonna hear it all the time particularly with moba i mean they should really cut it off after three wing spans but that's pretty much the word you're going to hear a ton particularly with guys like baba and jaren jackson has got seven five wingspan and and stopped there all right trade rumors let's start there what do you think rumors wow i mean everyone's trying to move down i think that's going to be a problem because everybody wants to move down i think guys think they get the same diet number seven as they can at number three the hawks that number three are going to be the first team looking to move down i know the mavericks are taking calls the knicks are going to want to try and move up but they don't have anything to move up there's going to be a lot of phone calls in conversation really tough to say what's actually going to go down but the phones are going to be very busy what about cleveland in what what is cleveland's game plan not knowing what lebron's future's going to be yeah i think they're gonna stick at number eight and they're gonna take the best player available they need they need some young talent and i don't know how confident they are that lebron is coming back and if he's not coming back then they definitely need to stick and draft a young player that they can develop and from what i hear lebron james has his opinion has nothing to do with what they're gonna do at number eight i think they just they gotta go with their gut fun the best player available whether you could help now or.

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"wasserman" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The link to debbie wasserman schultz didn't she in some way facilitate one of the quote ringleaders of this to leaving the country or getting a clean slate or something i seem to remember it was someone in her camp that was up to no good well we don't know exactly what good or no good they were up to but we know this these were kicked out of their access to to to the to the to the information system here in the house so therefore once you're kicked out how do you have a job because that is your job is to is to work on those systems that these people were kicked out under this cloud and his investigation yet she let the guy imran awan who is running the thing kept him on as her employees after long long after the fact and no one could figure out why and let me just tell you this too because this is reported an open source enron one not only had her password here officially but interestingly he also is known to have her password at the democratic national committee and if you wonder about the hack there we just want to know what the nexus is we want to know what the relationship is was he involved in that hack because that information came out and wikileaks so we've never really been sure other than taking the dnc's worked for where they got that information and with all due respect you can't really count on them to give you the appropriate information and remember the fbi was never allowed to look at the dnc sperber so we just taking their word for it that the russians stole it maybe somebody else did isn't it amazing that trying to figure that out people still believe that the fbi thoroughly investigated the dnc server and this was a thorough investigation and here we are in in may of two thousand eighteen and the fbi has yet to see the dnc server and so much of this russian narrative was connected to all that.

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"wasserman" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on WCHS

"The link to debbie wasserman schultz didn't she in some way facilitate one of the quote ringleaders of this to leaving the country or getting a clean slate or something i seem to remember it was someone in her camp that was up to no good well we don't know exactly what they're no good they were up to but we know this these were kicked out of their access to to to the internet to you know to the to the information system here in the house so therefore once you're kicked out how do you have a job because that is your job is to is to work on those systems that these people were kicked out under this cloud and his investigation yet she let the guy imran awan who was running the thing kept him on as her employees after long long after the fact and no one could figure out why let me just tell you this too because this is reported in open source enron one not only had her password here officially but interestingly he also is known to have for password at the democratic national committee and if you wonder about the hack there we just want to know what the nexus is we want to know what the relationship is was he involved in that hack because that information came out and wikileaks so we've never really been sure other than taking the dnc's word for it where they got that information and with all due respect you can't really count on them to give you the appropriate information and remember the fbi was never allowed to look at the dnc sperber so we just taking their word for it that the russians stole it maybe somebody else did isn't it amazing that try to figure that out people still believe that the fbi thoroughly investigated the dnc server and this was a thorough investigation and here we are in may of two thousand eighteen and the fbi has yet to see the dnc server and so much of this russian narrative was connected to all that it is amazing and this goes to the two standards of justice i guarantee you if you had as as ken matthews oregon rush limbaugh had stolen a whole bunch of government computer equipment and defrauded the.

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"wasserman" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"With this story what have you been able to confront debbie wasserman schultz about this it seems like this is the perfect time to put a camera in her face and ask her why she still has this kind of a loyalty tim did they have something on debbie wasserman schultz or other members of congress we've had multiple sources on the hill who've been involved with investigation investigating this who have said that yeah they do think that it's likely the iran has something on his former employer debbie wasserman schultz and this is a fairly strange case and a little convoluted will complicated it's like a it's like a classic spy thriller where this guy had what the i g for the inspector general report has called the keys to the kingdom he was able to have access through his employment with debbie wasserman schultz and dozens and dozens of other democratic congressman and congresswoman access all their files we know that he had debbie wasserman schultz is password because we have emails that came out with wikileaks that showed the staff were were emailing him to act to that password and then after he was barred from the house network the sergeant at arms who said he was no longer allowed he wasn't trusted figure he was fired by every single office except for debbie wasserman schultz's office in a few months after he was fired by the other offices he went into the house building that he did not work in and he put a bag in a phone booth that contained a laptop laptops username was rep d ws.

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"wasserman" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Representative debbie wasserman schultz his in a lot of trouble laptop representative debbie wasserman schultz has frantically fought to keep from prosecutors from examining may have been planted for police to find by her since indicted staffer imram on he moran awan along with a letter but the us attorney there's no doubting it was planted with ladders i mean what more does it take one it's a letter so even the s the daily caller put doubt story that is crystal clear from their police sources that there's a laptop that was planted that was left there would these letters and by the time it gets out the press it's like doping deal because they're just trying to flee the country don't worry about it don't worry what was in there we've just got debbie wasserman schultz of there's nothing in their shitting there months ago two months ago threatening the police chief of the district of columbia that you're in big trouble if you don't give me that laptop right now even though the brothers were already part of a criminal investigation he was publicly obstructing on city television on the table channel that covers district of columbia affairs in front of the whole world potentially you ask why would be so arrogant because each all a con game with these people here's the club under my understanding the number is not under investigation they're clinton through the term in this case consul nestor carbonell that is the case with the permission of told when conduct as this that would be consequences and she threatened the more before that in the full clip in fact we probably back it up play five minutes of it i mean it is amazing and he is so scared we can't return the equipment police chief matthew are there a dose told the florida democrat pum so now as hurricane arm of barrels down on us trump needs to tweak dish trump needs to talk about this we need to get fox news.

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"wasserman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It's no national secrets they're not doing it against the united states or anything else they're just black mainly here want money they want money then they start spending that money and it gets out of control they have to declare bankruptcy then somebody overseas calls though lead guy debbie wasserman schultz it guy he goes over to beirut he meets with a guy who's connected to hezbollah that guy we know gave him a hundred thousand dollars as an investment o k so perhaps at that point hezbollah somebody overseas is saying hey we'll help you out but you gotta get us some information that's the best case scenario worst case scenario these guys who now the families over in pakistan the main ringleader is here in america but the worst case scenario is this is fullfledged espionage and they were blackmailing several of our congress people here's debbie wasserman schultz her latest comment on this now remember i just gave you and my rights do that's the best case scenario is going to get him river he the other part of he was arrested for bank fraud and so at the very least we think bank fraud has been brand but it looks much worse i want you to hear what debbie wasserman schultz she is still defending this guy mm mary on his i was that person the most political challenges last year so hey what maria i i or you fighting for this is obviously a you can apply that defence to a new numerous amounts of issues but why this one way where he's been so shady and there's been clear violations like bank fraud yeah no i mean there's there's clear home on there's clear bank fraud his wife is scapegoat the country and is now under the protection of the pakistani government something is not right here she sang she not saying hey i did the right thing at the time and we have.

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"wasserman" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Answering at the same way over and over and over again which just i'm sorry it makes you look like an idiot yeah and that's from two people who know idiots yet or we know so yet we know a couple of number over in fact i couple of other strides when it's a cover a couple of other stories here just because it's it's been it's been moving so quickly but the a very quickly we haven't spent a lot of time on on this but the former house i t staffer at the center of the congressional computer equipment scandal was a with a was see staffer for wasserman schultz uh in moron iran was arrested at the dallas international airport pleaded not guilty yesterday to one count of bank fraud during his arraignment in federal court law enforcement authorities for months have been looking to into how a one may have doublebilled the house were quitting unlike computers ipads monitors keyboards and router sella cell of several relatives a wall of a one worked for house democrats and were fired months ago awad however was kept on stamp i representative debbie wasserman schultz even though he was no longer allowed access to the house server network and i think it was what yesterday that the uh they wouldn't was house and found smashed you know computer equipment and things like that right yeah and right hard drives and what did things are wondering is how much information because he deserves it just in worked for hurry worked for other democrats and they're worried about information that he may have taken from them and put on a cloud servers somewhere right yeah you know top secret information we're this goes i don't know why because there are a number of i mean as you can imagine email conversations and rushed guy had access to all of it and and by the way he worked in his relatives for house democrats for more than a decade this is it just a year or so this goes back a decade aid what does he had could the information have been shared with other people could he be a spy could he have taken this information and.

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"wasserman" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on WGTK

"Debbie wasserman schultz is it guy i was just a dulles airport they must him at dulles and apparently he's got something that debbie wasserman schultz once that how i know that because in the middle of may debbie wasserman schultz was grilling the capitol hill police chief about what happens should a member lose of computer didn't talk about her but i think it's fair to infer from her concerns the navy debbie wasserman schultz no longer has something this it guy has and whatever that something is might very well be damaged here's debbie wasserman schultz in the middle of may talking the head of the capitol hill police listen to this if the member loses the equipment says they lewis equipment spring and this down by the capitalise his post fever turn it on the return of the to legal investigation of again not in ongoing investigation related to the member if the clinton volognes to than it has been loss they say it's been lost and it's that members of lisa supposed to return it correct well it's it is wrong and it liu if if the member loses the commitment is found by the capitol police staff and it has identified as that number members equipment and the member is not looking at it with the any case and they're clinton and it has prosecuted turned yesin depends on services who says i don't understand her possible members equipment is numbers clinton is not it's is not undermined standing of able to confiscate embers clinton when the member is not under investigation it is their commitment and it's supposed to be returned but i think there is genuine circumstances basin busy or downcycle necessary porteno that the case in with the permission turn told us accomplish with i think you're leading the rules and conduct your business that way while we come back in indiana police officer has been shot and killed responding to a crash more on this and minute i'm laura.

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"wasserman" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The tricky thing debbie wasserman schultz did not fire this guy until a day ago now keep in mind it's thursday he was arrested tuesday now she decides to pull the plug on him why back in february he was already getting accused of felony charges he's getting neito he was getting charges against him so a lucky he made of this long a lotta people distance themselves immediate immediately from him within the dnc but she did not she waited until it became public that he was arrested and what does he know exactly what does he know in what does he have on her or hillary yes there's a lot of questions about this was i was 80 he wanted to get out of the country because he was afraid he was going to get suicidal by hillary clinton yes possible yes here say it here's another injured using thing like i said oh my goodness the break carried over i've that more questions to do with pelosi as well as wasserman schultz and that whole crew in dc and their pakistani ties that are very very legitimate so i'm sayin' collusion i think i have a couple of pakistani ties i'm not sure of donated them already you don't wear ties more at the donated i'm recently with a cell of the house yeah yeah the these are a different type attack all that i see this is all getting so deeper i know it's just getting deepen none of the mainstream media talked about it you're right they are not they are now abc did something this morning but they messed up the graphic and the order of events conveniently to make it look like schultz actually fired in the minute he was arrested or or had charges against him back in february and that is not the case alex trying so hard ever since peter jennings has been on the place has been downhill all right j holland's gotta look at news ra back right after this.

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"wasserman" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The challenge for sprinting jumping on this a bruise on sale 560 don't gamble trend of jack ma said the mdc deals you're trendy percentage is joined vote you save of americans republicans going back on their word repeal obamacare stay informed fund we don't know what transpired in mice connected nothing illegal the latest dumpty said the top and thirty minutes past the hour this is on new hampshire today jack heath new hampshire's news traffic and weather station news radio 610 and iheart radio station the glenn beck program amato on come on the adam ahmad iran bump bata thumb i think that we need a song sketchy he's the guy that debbie wasserman schultz was using as the top it staffer there is something really bad going on here and this goes to absolute total corruption he is a guy who wired to 100 and eighty three thousand dollars to pakistan before he tried to leave the country he was leaving the country with twelve thousand dollars in cash he destroyed the hard drives now here's of this guy was he was in charge of debbie wasserman schultz and i think other uh hard drives in the capital and he and his family they were charging like four times the amount they should have charged and he had taken a email from senators and rerouted the traffic silva they were he was allowed or able to get all senators traffic on their emails servers to a hard drive off site that he capped without anybody knowing it and debbie wasserman schultz and the dnc protected this guy relentlessly y.

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"wasserman" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"wasserman" Discussed on KKAT

"It's a real term interesting so all three things no update on a story that we mentioned earlier this is absolutely hilarious this is such a great deal astray shen of media bias i'm debbie wasserman schultz her felonious aid the awan family a bunch of members of this family were hired is i t professionals by wasserman schultz and other democrats a lot of men are under indictment the one just got arrested trying to flee the country there is the multiple investigations llard black male is stealing taxpayer money real estate fraud all sorts of stuff and i wish i had time to laid out in more detail if you're just hearing about this because it's really really interesting debbie wasserman schultz acting very very oddly i defensively we now these people are on all sorts of different indictments in they're being investigated by the feds at cetera at cetera and debbie wasserman schultz had this guy honor staff the was just arrested trying to flee the country at the airport she had him on her staff until tuesday even though the it's been increasingly clear that this whole families up to serious nasty hijinks while the ap this morning said presentative debbie wasserman schultz has fired and information technology staffer following his arrest on a bank fraud georgia the virginia report when he was attempting to fly to pakistan it's interesting if you look at more conservative lew news they point out that this guy's obviously been a felon and his brothers and sisters is many of whom have already fled the country the fact that he was on the payroll until tuesday even though is an it guy he was banned from the house network because he was under investigation debbie wasserman schultz was still paying him his huge salary of taxpayer money until tuesday we'll see where they swing comes out his lawyer by the way says.

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