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"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

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"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

"He detailed how daniel has refused to comply with the towns. It's two thousand seventeen. He wrote quote. Mr baez record of compliance has been horrendous. Daniel has appealed the ruling. Of course this could still drag on for a bed and there's one thing that won't change even if the range get shut down even if the buildings get knocked down the annual so own that land and paul michelle and everyone else up on the hill. We're not. We're not quitting agree with that for now. At least they're also going to be neighbors Mike gig leo. We'd like to give it to the press in vermont which has done a great job covering all this. Vp digger vermont public radio and the manchester journal. Only because you never know for sure is really suspicion. Outside in the california sky. Sunny disposition program was produced by our pristine diane woo. It's actually are last week. Production fellow here at our show our first and hopefully last all remote production fellow and he's such a great job. Today's episode a good example of that the people were together as episode. Include the amount of wound me on a baker. Ben calhoun zoe chase sean. Codeine and shiva's damian grave. Seth wayne marked locker stone. Nelson nadia raymond..

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"zoe chase" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There's money left on the table that drives economist Crazy. That was Lisa Child and Zoe Chase from a planet money episode in 2014. Now listening along to this episode are professors Justin and Betsy. Let's take the economic thinking that we've just learned and apply it to this situation. This uber situation we just heard about. So I think the most interesting thing about a snowstorm in taxis. Is think about what happens on each side of the market. So this nice stone means lots of customers. Not many kids. Lots of demand, no much supply. How do we fix that if we want more cars on the road? Each of these drivers is thinking, Should I work? One more Allah there thinking about the marginal benefit relative to the marginal cost. The marginal cost of being on the road in a snowstorm is it's miserable. It's super high. A marginal benefit of being on the road is how much extra money I'm going to make. That is the price that they can charge for their rights. So the way to get them to one of Mawr drivers to want to be on the road is for the press duress surge pricing actually tries to bring out more drivers. This is a thing of price is an incentive. If we want more drivers on the road, a high price is an incentive for them to stay out on the right or to get up off the couch and get on to the right. Well, the show to have the company itself. Uber is thinking on the march in, you know, in a normal kind of car service situation, I suppose you could order your drivers to go out in the snow storm and just say you have to do this or you're fired. But the genius of uber and markets like it is that it's thinking about what will it take? To influence the marginal decision of the person waiting for a cab of the driver. You know who's thinking about going out? It's it's really trying affect their really next decision. The amazing thing about markets is it all works through voluntary exchange. And so it's exactly that a choosing incentives to try to encourage sellers to sell so the snowstorm problem is lots of bias. Very few seller's willing to solve that A higher price is attractive to sell us. So it's going to get more cars on the road and unattractive Tobias fewer people going to want to take taxis that higher price brings the quantity demanded down the quantity supplied up. It brings the market closer to balance. I know people hate this. I hate this when I have to pay more. But once you learn economics is a certain joy in watching uber during the search, you may not want to pay more. But you, khun C supply and demand happening in front of your eyes in real time on the app. And this balancing of supply and demand. I mean, this is happening in every market this happening inside every business, right? It's everywhere. All around us. We still see it. It's even happening. In the dating market. OK? Oh, come on. Have you ever been in a nightclub while you notice that one gender is more numerous than the other? Okay. Remember dating go with it. Go, and I know I just remember this night. Very well. Betty took me out dancing in Philadelphia. And we looked around, and there was a lot more. Sheila's them blokes in the bar, but this is a predominately straight And we noticed this. I mean, we call it a disequilibrium the two sides of the market. We're not in balance. Not everyone was there to dance. And we saw market forces work. Word got out that there was a Let's call it profit opportunity. Four young men willing to dance in this particular bar, and over the next two hours, we watched equilibrium happen. So there was a surge of men coming into the building. There was quite literally a search and I saw the supply and the demand of Young men and women come into balance over a period of about 2.5 hours. It was one of the most extraordinary things. This balance is called a market equilibrium, and that's going to be our last economy. Word of the day, and you can think of the market equilibrium as the point where the blokes meet the Sheila's. Or in the uber example probably better where the number of people who are willing to pay for the search price are equal to the number of drivers willing to drive at the search price. And so finally Justin and I just want to ask you like it doesn't necessarily mean that everyone gets what they want. In this situation. When we have a market equilibrium, right? It doesn't and they're still people waiting in snow because they can't afford uber because the price is too high to them, their drivers who are not out on the road, this is really important. Equilibrium tells us what's going to happen. It's our ethics that tell us what we think should happen or what we want to heaven. They could be really different things and so a market could be an equilibrium. And they could still be a lot of pretty miserable outcomes. It is the case that there are often many market failures and market imperfections that mean that markets will come to rest at a place that's not socially desirable are first class. And we're already getting into the messiness of taking intro economics out into the real world, because all the choices we've talked about today. I have been in a vacuum. Remember everyone else is also making their optimal choices and in future classes, Planet Money Summer school will talk about how individual economic choices. Can have real impacts on your neighbors, your community on inequality and the future of the world. All right. Class has come to an end. But we should probably go over our vocabulary words. We had opportunity cost the value of the next best thing you're giving up. We learned to ignore some costs, and we spent a lot of time thinking at the margins. What is the cost of one more delicious Chicken nugget. And.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I've got these audio soundbites coming up don't worry about it. Folks. We've got two hours here there. Couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace being called combative. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Well, why are they win election in reach reelection in twenty twenty and two maybe? Stealing issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform Mary is a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know. I I've got mixed. No, probably prison reform. Don't miss but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't know. I'm not to think about this dawn, how many people you talk to the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA. Me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you you ever been to prison. Well, yeah. For depositions. But if you've never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what's the issue is in part? Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats. And believe me, I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road needs to be traveled. If we're gonna talk about switching with we're going to try to talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism socialism or trying to convince people that they're destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. Yes, don't know the prison reform in the way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's a the left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason to left thinks all convex are Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left think all prisoners are Liberal Democrats are will vote for liberal? Why do they think that? But there's even if we got all felon vote. That's not the way. I know. That's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using his left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things. Certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes. I understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats it would be crippling. So we'll we'll get into that. Also, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend and a law professor at university of Tennessee has a column out today. In USA today saying that Trump has got defeated forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopoly is that exist. Now, Facebook Google. Net flicks. And what's the Amazon that that the social media titans that if if this is not gotten a handle on we don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative. And so when's piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and bust them up. Teddy Roosevelt busted up trusts among them standard oil, the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial. My do, you know back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundred do you know that when the federal government needed money? They went to J P Morgan to borrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan to get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust that teddy Roosevelt busted up. But I'll tell you Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this even if he hadn't made it, it's it's it's a scary thing. You know, I don't like I don't like monopoly is an I really hate government intervention. But this social media is getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling. I forget where it trauma find it the second. It's a credible. Pulling it do you know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hoaxes that has ever been run in politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made. It clear that none of the indictments Muller has announced. Is there any allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts? They don't even mention that that that has been acknowledged and admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals. It did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talk about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians to create opposition research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ that colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e. Tampered with voting machines. I still I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion in the elections because I know it is totally manufactured and made up and yet, and so do these people in the media, and then I have to stop and ask do they are they part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought him do it because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there those are two things. Also, I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio sound soundbites, I had no idea any of this had happened. I got here and cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine soundbites what four well, they're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR a firm called the this American life, and producer is. Zoe chase. And it's a report about me. And how I according to their website, either reinvented politics or broken eh. You will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well. As Newt Gingrich's the first bite the house is stuck with that, permanent Republican minority. That's where the second guy comes into this story. The guy that made Newt Gingrich's dreams come true. No. I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact in America. He is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him and it training event for Republican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands astride the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who is creating the twenty-first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here. Is going. The Republicans won the house in nineteen Ninety-four, which is very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans haven't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in one thousand nine hundred four and it wouldn't if if I haven't come along. They they go so far as to say that I made it happen. Not Newt now I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought I have fought all these years that this is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from the shell Russia's outrageous fading needs listeners feel like they were part of a righteous underground movement. The only people.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"These audio soundbites coming up don't worry about it. Folks. We've got two hours here there. Couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace being called combative. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Well are win election and reach them reelection twenty twenty and two maybe. Steal an issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform. There is a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know. I I've got mixed. No problem but prison reform don't miss, but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't know what to think about this dawn, how many people you talk to the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you you ever been to prison. Well, yeah. Me for depositions. But if you've never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what's the issue is in part? Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats. And believe me, I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road needs to be traveled. We're going to talk about switching with we're going to try to talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism socialism trying to convince people destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. I just don't know the prison reform in the way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's the left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason to left thinks all convex are Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left think that all prisoners are Liberal Democrats will vote for liberal? Why would they think that? But there's even if we got all felon vote. That's not that. I know that's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using his left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things that certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes. I understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats it would be crippling. So we'll we'll get into that. Also, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend law. Professor at university of Tennessee has a column out today. In USA today saying that Trump has got to feed 'em forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopoly is that exists now Facebook Google. Net flicks. And what's the Amazon that that the social media titans that if this is not gotten a handle, we don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative. And so wins piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and bust them up. Teddy Roosevelt busted up the trust among them. Standard oil know, the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial, do, you know back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundred do you know that when the federal government needed money? They went to J P Morgan to borrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan to get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust that teddy Roosevelt busted up. But I'll tell you. Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this. And even if you hadn't made it, it's it's it's a scary thing, you know, I don't like I don't like monopolies, and I really hate government intervention. But this social media's getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling for I forget where it's from find it the second. It's a credible Polian. Do you know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hoaxes that has ever been running politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made it clear that none of the indictments. That Muller has announced is there any. How allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts? They don't even mentioned that that that has been acknowledged and admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals. It did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talk about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians decreed opposition research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ that colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e. Tampered with voting machines. I still I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion in the elections because I know it is totally manufactured and made up and yet, and so do these people in the media, and then I have to stop and ask do they are they part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought into it because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there those are two things. Also, I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio sound soundbites. I had no idea any of this happened. I got here and cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine soundbites. I said what for well? They're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR a firm called the this American life, and the producer is. Zoe chase. And it's a report about me. And how I according to their website, either reinvented politics or broke it, and you will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well as Newt Gingrich's the first bite the houses stuck with that permanent Republican minority. That's where the second guy comes into this story. The guy that meet new dreams, finally come true. No. I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact in America. He is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him and a training event for Republican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands astride the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who is creating the twenty-first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here. See where this is going. The Republicans won the house in nineteen ninety four which is very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans hadn't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in nineteen Ninety-four. And it wouldn't have if I hadn't come along abbey. They go so far as to say that I made it happen not note. Now, I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought I have fought all these years that this is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from the show. Russia's outrageous fading need is listeners feel like they were part of a righteous underground movement. The only people who are still seeing in a.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And what's the Amazon? That the social media titans that if this is not gotten a handle, we don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative. And so wins piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and bust them up. Teddy Roosevelt busted up trust among them. Standard oil the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial to, you know, back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundred do you know that when the federal government needed money. They went to J P Morgan to borrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan to get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust that teddy Roosevelt busted up. But I'll tell you. Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this. And even if he hadn't made it, it's it's it's a scary thing. You know? I don't like I don't like monopoly is an I really hate government intervention. But this social media's getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling. I forget where it's from. I'll find it the second. It's a credible polling in it. Do you know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hoax says that has ever been running politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made it clear that none of the indictments. That Muller has announced is there any. How allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts? They don't even mention that that that has been acknowledged and admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals. It did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talk about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that they any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians to create opposition research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ. That colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e tampered with voting machines. I still I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion in the elections because I know it is totally manufactured and made up and yet in some of these people in the media. And then I have to stop and ask them do. They are they part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought into it. Because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there's those are two things. Also, I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio sound soundbites, I had no idea any of this had happened. I got here and cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine soundbites. I said what four well, they're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR affirm call the this American life and the producer is Zoe chase. And it's a report about me and how I according to their website. Either reinvented politics are broken. And you will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well. As Gingrich's the first bite the house is stuck with that, permanent Republican minority. That's where the second guy comes into this story the guy that made Newt Gingrich's dreams. Finally, come true. No, I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact in America. He is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him at training event for Republican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands astride the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who's creating the twenty-first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here. This is going. Republicans won the house in nineteen Ninety-four, which isn't very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans hadn't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in one thousand nine hundred four and it wouldn't if if I hadn't come Abby. They they go so far as to say that I made it happen. Now, I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought. I have thought all these years that this is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from the shell Russia's outrageous.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"I've got these audio soundbites coming up don't worry about it. Folks. We've got two hours here there. Couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace. It's being called combative. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Well, are they win election and reach the reelection in twenty twenty and two maybe? Steal an issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform. There is a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know I've got mixed. No problem, but the prison reform, but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't know. I'm thinking about this dawn, how many people you talk to the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you you ever been to prison. Well, yeah. Me for depositions. But if you've never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what's the issue is in part? Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats. And believe me, I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road needs to be traveled. If we're gonna talk about switching if we're going to try to talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism, socialism or try to convince people that they're destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. I just don't know the prison reform in the way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's a the left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason, the left thinks all convex Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left think that all prisoners are Liberal Democrats will vote for liberal? Why do they think that? But there's even if we got all the felon vote. That's not the way. I know. That's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using his left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things. Certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes. I understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats it would be crippling. So we'll we'll get into that. Also, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend and a law professor at university of Tennessee has a column out today in USA today saying that Trump has got defeated forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopoly is that exists now Facebook Google. Net flicks. And what's the Amazon that the social media titans that if if this is not gotten a handle on we don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative. And so wins piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and bust them up. Teddy Roosevelt busted up trusts among them standard oil, the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial. Now, do you know back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen? How do you know that when the federal government needed money? They went to J P Morgan to borrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan to get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust that teddy Roosevelt busted up. But I'll tell you Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this. And even if he hadn't made it, it's it's it's a scary thing. You know, I don't like I don't like monopoly is an I really hate government intervention. But this social media is getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling effort I forget where it's from. I'll find it the second. It's a credible. Polling in do. You know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hoaxes says that has ever been running politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made it. It clear that none of the indictments. That Muller has announced is there any allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet, you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts. They don't even mention that that that has been acknowledged in admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talk about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians to create opposite. Fission research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ that colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e tampered with voting machines. I I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion in the elections because I know it is totally manufactured and made up and yet. And so do these people in the media? Then I have to stop and ask do they are they part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought into it. Because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there those are two things. Also, I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio sound soundbites. I had no idea any of this happened. I got here and cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine sound for well, they're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR affirm call the this American life and a producer is Zoe chase. And it's a report about me. And how I according to their website. Either reinvented politics are broken. And you will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well. As Newt Gingrich the first bite the houses stuck with that permanent. Republican minority through the second guy comes into this story, the guy that made new singles dreams, finally come true. No, I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact in America. He is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him at a training event for Republican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands stride, the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who is creating the twenty-first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here is going. The Republicans won the house in nineteen Ninety-four, which is very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans haven't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in one thousand nine hundred four and it wouldn't have if I hadn't come along abbey. They they go so far as to say that I made it happened. Not Newt now I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought I have fought all these years that this is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from the show. Russia's outrageous, and inciting needs listeners feel like they were part of a religious underground movement. The only people who are still seeing in a world gone crazy and stupid. Thank you. Thank you very much. Nice to be with all of you extremists tonight. Russia's communications ambitions were Justice, highs Newt's political wines. He never wanted to be in politics. You just wanted to make the greatest radio show ever..

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"zoe chase" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on KTRH

"These comments coming up don't worry about a folks, we've got two hours here. The couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace. It's being called combative. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Are they win election and reach the reelection in twenty twenty and two maybe? Steal an issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform. There is a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know. I've I've got mixed. No problem, but the prison before but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't normally have to think about this dawn, how many people you talk through the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA. Me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you you've ever been to prison. Well, yeah. Be for depositions. But if you've never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what's the issue is in part? Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats. And believe me, I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road needs to be traveled. If we're gonna talk about switching with we're going to try to talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism, socialism or try to convince people that they're destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. I just don't know the prison reform in the way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's the left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason left thinks all convex Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left that all prisoners are Liberal Democrats are will vote for liberal? Why would they think that? But there's even if we got all felon vote. That's not the way that I know that's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using his left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things. Certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes and understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats it would be crippling. So we'll we'll get into that. Also Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend a law, professor university of Tennessee has a column out today in USA today saying that Trump has got to feed them forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopoly is that exist. Now, Facebook Google. Net flicks. And what's the Amazon that that the social media titans that if if this is not gotten a handle, we don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative and Glenn's piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and BUSTER them up. Teddy Roosevelt busted up trusts among them standard oil, you know, the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial, do you know back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen. How do you know that when the federal government needed money? They went to J P Morgan to borrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan to get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust that teddy Roosevelt busted up. But I'll tell you. Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this. And even if he hadn't made it, it's it's it's a scary thing. You know, I don't like I don't like monopoly is an I really hate government intervention. But this social media is getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling for I forget where Trump I'll find it the second a credible polling in do. You know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hoaxes that has ever been running politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made it clear that none of the indictments. That Muller has announced is there any how? Allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts. They don't even mention that that that has been acknowledged and admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals. It did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talk about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians to create opposition research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ. That colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e tampered with voting machines. I still I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion in the elections because I know it is totally manufactured and made up and yet and sort of these people in the media, and then I have to stop and ask do they are they part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought into it because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there those are two things. Also, I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio soundbites I had no idea any of this happened. I got here and cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine soundbites. I said what for well? They're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR affirm, call the this American life and a producer. Is Zoe chase. And it's a report about me. And how I according to their website, either reinvented politics or broken. Ed. You will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well as Newt Gingrich's the first bite the house is stuck with that permanent Republican minority. That's where the second guy comes into this story. The guy that made Newt Gingrich's dreams. Finally, come true. No, I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact in America is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him at a training event for publican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands astride the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who is creating the twenty-first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here is going. The Republicans won the house in nineteen Ninety-four, which is very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans haven't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in one thousand nine hundred four and it wouldn't have if I hadn't come along abbey. They they go so far as to say that I made it happened. Not Newt now I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought. I have thought all these years that this is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from the show. Russia's outrageous fading, you meet his listeners feel like they were part of a righteous underground movement..

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"zoe chase" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I've got the audio soundbites coming up don't worry about it folks who get two hours here there. Couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace. It's being called combative. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Are they win election in reached reelection in twenty twenty and two maybe? Steal an issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform. There is a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know. I've got a mixed. No problem but prison reform don't miss, but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't honor to think about this. Don, how many people you talk to the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA. Me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you you ever been to prison. Well. Yeah. Jamie for depositions. But if you've never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what's the issue is in part? Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats. And believe me, I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road needs to be traveled. If we're gonna talk about switching we're going to try to talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism, socialism or try to convince people that they're destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. I just don't know the prison reform. The way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's a left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason to left thinks all convex are Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left thing that all prisoners are Liberal Democrats are will vote for liberal? Why do they think that? But there's even if we got all felon vote. That's not that. I know that's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using his left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things. Certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes. I understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats that would be crippling. So we'll we'll get into that. Also, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend and a law professor at university of Tennessee has a column out today in USA today saying that Trump has got feed forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopoly is that exists now Facebook Google. Net flicks. And what's the Amazon? That the social media titans that if this is not gotten a handle, and we don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative. An so when's piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and BUSTER up teddy Roosevelt busted up trust among them. Standard oil the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial Ma do, you know back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen. How do you know that when the federal government needed money? They went to J P Morgan to borrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan they get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust's teddy Roosevelt busted up, but I'll tell you. Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this. And even if he hadn't made it, it's it's a scary thing. You know, I don't like I don't like monopoly is an I really hate government intervention. But this social media is getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling. I forget where it's from. I'll find it the second. It's a credible. Polling in do. You know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hoaxes that has ever been running politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made it clear that none of the indictments. That Muller has announced is there any. L allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts. They don't even mentioned that that has been acknowledged admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talk about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that they any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians to create opposition research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ. That colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e tampered with voting machines. I still I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion in the elections because I know it is totally manufactured and made up, and and sort of these people in the media, and then I have to stop and ask. What do they are? They part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought into it because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there's those are two things are also I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio sound soundbites. I had no idea any of this happened. I got here. In cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine soundbites. I said what four well, they're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number of things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR affirm, call the this American life and a producer. Is Zoe chase. And it's a report about me. And how I according to their website, either reinvented politics or broken it. And you will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well. As Newt Gingrich the first bite the house is stuck with that permanent. Republican minority through the second guy comes into this story. The guy that made Newt Gingrich's dreams. Finally, come true. No. I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact in America. He is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him and a training event for Republican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands astride the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who is creating the twenty first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here similar. This is going the Republicans won the house in one thousand nine hundred four which is very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans haven't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in one thousand nine hundred four and it wouldn't have if I hadn't they they go so far as to say that I made it happen. Not Newt now I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought. I have thought all these years that this is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from this show. Russia's outrageous and exciting. He meet his listeners feel.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I've got these audio sound coming up don't worry about it. Folks who got two hours here? A couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace. It's being called combative. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Well, are they win election in reach reelection in twenty twenty and two maybe? Steal an issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform Mary is a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know I've got mixed. No problem the prison reform don't miss, but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't have to think about this dawn, how many people you talk to the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you you ever been to prison. Well. Yeah. Jammie for depositions. But if you never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what's the issue is in part? Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats. And believe me, I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road needs to be traveled. If we're gonna talk about switching if we're going to try to talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism, socialism or try to convince people that they're destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. I just don't know the prison reform in the way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's a left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason, the left thinks all convex are Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left thinks that all prisoners are Liberal Democrats are will vote for liberal. Why do they think that? But there's even if we got all felon vote. That's not the way that I know that's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using his left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things. Certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes. I understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats would be crippling. So we'll get into that. Also, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend and a law professor university of Tennessee has a column out today in USA today saying that Trump has got defeated forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopolies that exists now Facebook Google. Net flicks. And what's the Amazon? That the social media titans that if this is not gotten a handle on. We don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative and so- Glenn's piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and bust them up. Teddy Roosevelt busted up the trust among them standard oil the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial. My do, you know back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundred do you know that when the federal government needed money? They went to J P Morgan tomorrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan to get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust's that teddy Roosevelt busted up, but I'll tell you. Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this. And even if he hadn't made it, it's it's it's a scary thing, you know, I don't like I don't like monopolies than I really hate government intervention. But this social media is getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling for I forget where from I'll find it two seconds a credible. Polling in the you know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hawks has that has ever been running politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made it clear that none of the indictments. That Muller has announced is there any. Allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts. They don't even mentioned that that that has been acknowledged and admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talking about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that they any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians to create opposition research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ. That colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e tampered with voting machines. I still I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion in the elections because I know it is totally manufactured and made up and yet. And so these people in the media. Then I have to stop and ask do they are they part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought into it because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there those are two things. Also, I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio soundbites I had no idea any of this happened. I got here and cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine soundbites. I said what for well? They're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR affirm call the this American life and a producer is Zoe chase. And it's a report about me. And how I according to their website, either reinvented politics or broke it. And you will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well. As Newt Gingrich the first bite houses stuck with that permanent Republican minority. That's where the second guy comes into this story the guy that made Newt Gingrich's dreams. Finally, come true. No, I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact on America. He is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him and a training event for Republican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands astride the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who is creating the twenty-first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here similar. This is going the Republicans won the house at nine hundred ninety four which is very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans haven't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in one thousand nine hundred four and if I hadn't come along they go so far as to say that I made it happen, not nude. Now. I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought I have fought all these years. This is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from the shell Russia's outrageous fading need is listeners feel like they were part of a righteous underground the only people who are still seeing in a world gone. Crazy stupid. Thank you. Thank you very much. Nice to be with all of you extremists tonight. Russia's communications ambitions were just highs news political ones. You never wanted to be in politics. Just.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"These comments coming up don't worry about it. Folks. We've got two hours here there. Couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace being called combative. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Win election and reach reelection and twenty twenty and two maybe. Steal an issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform. There is a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know. I I've got mixed in the prison reform. Don't miss but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't have to think about this dawn, how many people you talk to the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you. You ever been to prison? Well, yeah. That'd be depositions. But if you've never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what's the issue is in part? Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats and believe me. I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road that needs to be traveled. We're gonna talk about switching with we're going to try to talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism, socialism or try to convince people that they're destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. I just don't know the prison reform in the way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's the left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason, a left things all convex are Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left thinks that all prisoners are Liberal Democrats will vote for liberal? Why would they think that? But there's even if we got all felon vote. That's not what I know. That's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using is left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things that certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes. I understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats that would be crippling. So we'll we'll get into that. Also, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend and a law professor university of Tennessee has a column out today in USA today saying that Trump has got defeated forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopoly is that exists now Facebook Google. Net flicks. And what's the Amazon that the social media titans that if if this is not gotten a handle on we don't have a prayer because they have monopolized social media, and in the process of monopolizing it and mass media, they are excluding anything and everybody conservative and so- lens piece today is suggesting that Trump needs to do his own version of teddy Roosevelt and bust them up. Teddy Roosevelt busted up trusts among them standard oil, you know, the Rockefeller family and J P Morgan who was on the verge of owning the United States financial, do you know back in the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen. Do you know that when the federal government needed money? They went to J P Morgan to borrow it before there was a tax code before. There was a tax system. They went to J P Morgan to get money. Well, J P Morgan was one of the trust's that teddy Roosevelt busted up, but I'll tell you. Glenn Reynolds makes a persuasive case in this. And even if you hadn't made it, it's it's a scary thing. You know, I don't like I don't like monopoly is an I really hate government intervention. But this social media is getting totally out of hand. Especially folks, there's there's new polling did I forget where it's from. I'll find it. The seconds a credible polling it do. You know that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians meddled with votes in two thousand sixteen. This has been one of the most successful hoaxes that has ever been running politics. This has been one of the most successful disinformation campaigns ever the fact that the Russians and Trump colluded to steal the election. There isn't any evidence. In fact, in announcing the latest series of indictments rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general made it clear that none of the indictments. That Muller has announced is there any out. Allegation or evidence that a single vote was tampered with yet you read newspaper accounts of this or watch cable news accounts. They don't even mentioned that that that has been acknowledged in admitted by the government, they continue with the myth that not only did Trump and the Russians collude that the Russians tampered with vote totals. It did not happen. And yet forty two percent of the American people believe it largely because of the media and social media, which is one of the biggest promotional ground swells for that point of view. You talk about misinformation and disinformation this is profound. There is no evidence that they any of this happened the evidence that we have indicates that it was Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians decreed opposition research to destroy the Trump campaign. It was the government the Obama DOJ that colluded in order to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump transition and then the Trump presidency. Nobody knows this other than you who listen to this program. Stop and think of this forty two percent of the American people believe the Russians tampered with vote totals. I e. Tampered with voting machines. I still I cringe every time. I'm watching television news, and I see somebody refer to Russian collusion and the elections because I know is totally manufactured and made up and yet, and so these people in the media, and then I have to stop and ask do they are they part of the brain dead bunch. That's bought into it because of the blind blinding and hate filled partisanship they have anyway. So there's there's those are two things. Also, I mentioned Trump's interview with Chris Wallace got some interesting things. But first audio sound soundbites. I had no idea any of this happened. I got here and cookie sends me the roster. You're the first nine soundbites. I said what for well? They're blaming you for the partisanship. But they get an amazing number things. Right. So we're going to start. This was Friday on NPR affirm, call the this American life and a producer is. Zoe chase. And it's a report about me. And how I according to their website. Either reinvented politics are broken, and you will hear Zoe chasing this thing as well as Newt Gingrich's the first bite, the is stuck with that permanent Republican minority. That's where the second guy comes into this story. The guy that need Newt Gingrich's dreams. Finally, come true. No, I don't mean Democratic President Bill Clinton something happens before that someone. This is a man who I think has had an astonishing impact in America. He is in many ways the quintessential American, here's Newt Gingrich. Introducing him and a training event for Republican candidates in nineteen ninety-five. We now have a media giant who stands astride the entire society. Join me in welcoming a man who is creating the twenty-first century. Rush limbaugh. Yeah. Okay. So they start out here. Similar is going. The Republicans won the house in nineteen Ninety-four, which is very abnormal thing to happen. The Republicans haven't won the house in forty years, and it shouldn't have happened in one thousand nine hundred four and it wouldn't if I hadn't come along AMI they go so far as to say that I made it happened. Not Newt now I have thought all these years. This is what these people have really thought. I have thought all these years. This is one of the reasons why there is such a contempt or hatred for me. But this is amazingly open and honest about all that here's the next bite from the show. Russia's outrageous fading immed- is listeners feel like they were part of a -rageous underground movement. The.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"This American life did a little story about North Carolina in which they appear to have stumbled upon this criminal election, rigging scheme in this specific district in this specific part of North Carolina and again. This wasn't about this current election. We've just been through where there's all this controversy now and all this national news and all this Michigan today, the unconsented their story on this American life about what was going on in North Carolina. This was a couple of years ago. Dismay. My my glass program today. Just what I wanted. We've arrived at two our program at two he's making a list checking at nice coulda find out who voted twice. So this fall with certain Republicans. They would discover under the tree was proof of voter fraud. So that's IRA glass. That is likely familiar voice to you. He's the host of this American life, and you can hear there's like the Christmas theme for this episode of this Merican life because this was just before Christmas two years ago in two thousand sixteen and this American life sent a producer down to North Carolina in December two thousand sixteen in it wasn't about the presidential election. They sent this producer North Carolina in the wake of the governors election in North Carolina in two thousand sixteen which was a super super super close race in two thousand sixteen the incumbent Republican governor of North Carolina was Pat mccrory he was running for election, but in two thousand sixteen he lost his seat democrat named ROY Cooper won the governorship. Instead. But it was super super close and for a long time the Republican incumbent Pat mccrory wouldn't concede that he had lost the governor's race. And in the aftermath of that election in two thousand sixteen the North Carolina Republican party set out to basically try to prove that the Democrats must have cheated that incumbent Republican governor, Pat mccrory couldn't have lost the election. If it looked like the Democrats had won it must be because they had somehow rigged it. And that's where this American life producers Zoe chase picked up the story because North Carolina Republicans went to a specific county in the southeastern part of the state, and they lodged a formal complaint saying that the Democrats in that county had rigged the election. And that's why Pat mccrory lost the governorship. So this radio producers Zoe chase goes to the hearing in that county where the Republicans are lodging this complaint. And then she's there with tape recorders running while the whole thing completely boomerangs check this out. Few hours in the complete starts to fall apart in this kind of mortifying way it happens when the person who actually filed the complaint takes the stand. Doing fine. Mr Michael MacRae darlas. He takes the stands looking like, he's not quite ready for this. Because it's got a big beard skinny guy windbreaker. And once he's up there being questioned by one of the Democrats on the board of elections. He seems amazingly unfamiliar with his own case, you allege that there's a scheme that was taking place in blatant county correctness the word that you used blatant scheme. What did you mean by that? Skiing bullet you use the words resulting from a or use late Inci? Use the words or the attorney that wrote it. What's got your signature at the end of signity rounding but installer. As riding bed personal writing data. I didn't do that. Attorney Turney was one drug product do try to remember who that attorney is like what his name is. I can't Jim is Steve. I can't remember his last name his attorneys seem embarrassed. It is embarrassing when a client who supposedly lodging a complaint is not familiar with the complaint. They try to object doesn't work McRae. Just ignores his lawyers and keeps talking over them. It tells you right. This is the greatest radio show in the history of radio shows. So this is the story that this American life is following Republicans in the wake of them losing the governorship. They're trying to lodge complaints. The trying to say Democrats must have stolen that election. Here's why the Republican governor isn't conceding Democrats had a scheme where sure of it. There must be some kind of problems, the Democrats must've done something wrong. So they get this local guy in bladen county North Carolina to stand up on behalf of the Republicans and lodge this complaint and it falls apart and his complaint goes nowhere. And it is a really big embarrassment in that moment. But then here is the boomerang. Here's how it adds the complaint is dismissed three.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

"Hi how you doing jeff feels i dog kisses but those are kisses recently i followed beals as a canvas oneonta beautiful town in the mountains of new york he moved quickly from one port to another the keanae out for bernie sanders stickers on bumpers in windows side though bill says his relationship with the national party went cold progressive groups of jumped into help him a group of former standard staffers the justice democrats and a group of former sanders activists the people for bernie sanders they both endorse beals and those endorsements they serve as kind of shorthand for progressive voters at one house this sweet guy named dana came to the door he had a sanders sticker outside democrat progressive okay well me too me too i've been i've been looking for feels gave his pitch he's a teacher thinks the economy is working against most people medicare for all then he mentioned the justice democrats the endorsement by the former sanders staffers if you're you know a justice democrat than than you've already got my well that's that's you don't need to spend a lot of time here on a number of times that day as for the army of volunteers bills knew he would need to win this kind of campaign did he enlists them bills wouldn't say how many he has but he did say they've not done over forty thousand doors the same number pat ryan the veteran says his campaign is done antonio gatos campaign says they've knocked on fifty thousand so at least by one measure he's keeping up the ryan delgado or both running tv ads feels is not so far nobody's released an objective poll on the race the seven candidates the vote could split some really weird ways everybody agrees someone could win without getting all that much of the vote are you registered democrats or you registered democrats whose whose registered democrat one of the things that probably happen even if beal's doesn't win some candidates like him probably will meaning if democrats get a majority in the house all these disagreements about who they are and what they should be are not gonna go away their majority will be riddled with people who feel like the party is doing things wrong and who have spent the past year like beal's as finding each other that's what beal's is left to do these days now that school's out he starts canvassing around eight am keeps going into a nine at night and every day tells me if more people feel the way that he does national sanders staffers and is one of the producers are show oh you thing program is produced today by zoe chase the people who put together a show today includes ben calhoun

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"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

"Hi how you doing jeff feels i dog kisses but those are kisses we recently i followed beals as a canvas oneonta beautiful town in the mountains of new york he moved quickly from one port to another the keanae out for bernie sanders stickers on bumpers in windows side though bill says his relationship with the national party went cold progressive groups of jumped into help him a group of former sanders staffers the justice democrats and group of former sanders activists the people for bernie sanders they both endorse beals and those endorsements they serve as kind of shorthand for progressive voters at one house this sweet guy named dana came to the door he had a sanders outside i'm a democrat i'm progressive okay well me too me too i've been i've been looking for feels gave his pitch he's a teacher thinks the economy is working against most people medicare for all then he mentioned the justice democrats the endorsement by the former sanders staffers if you're you know a justice democrat than than you've already got my well that's that's you don't need to spend a lot of time here on a number of times that day as for the army of volunteers bills knew he would need to win this kind of campaign did he enlists them bills wouldn't say how many he has but he did say they've not done over forty thousand doors the same number pat ryan the veteran says his campaign is done antonio gatos campaign says they've knocked on fifty thousand so at least by one measure he's keeping up the ryan indo gado or both running tv ads feels is not so far nobody's released an objective poll on the race the seven candidates the vote could split in some really weird ways everybody agrees someone could win without getting all that much of the vote are you registered democrats are you registered democrats whose whose registered democrat one of the things that probably will happen even if beal's doesn't win some candidates like him probably will meaning if democrats get a majority in the house all these disagreements about who they are and what they should be are not gonna go away their majority will be riddled with people who feel like the party is doing things wrong and who have spent the past year like beal's heads finding each other that's what beal's is left to do these days now that school's out he starts canvassing around eight am keeps going into a nine at night and every day tells me if more people feel the way that he does national sander staffers and is one of the producers are shell oh you you some thing today by zoe chase people who put together a show today includes ben calhoun.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

"Lender licensed in all fifty states an mls consumeraccess dot org number three zero three zero to smirk knife myra glass today in our program if you just tuning in we're following senator jeff flake as he tries to the most basic part of his job and that is pass a law that we pay those guys for they seemed to do it so rarely these days at the end of the first half of the show have senator flake and a happy optimistic mood he had an outline to a bipartisan daca deal in hand it addressed four issues the white house away that a few days before the presidency md open it said he'd signed anything plan going forward was this lindsey graham who'd been playing golf with president lately talking about what good friends ar would sell the deal to the president and then we get the president to sell the deal to the american people which means at this point none of the senators are supposed to talk about the deal publicly not yet because they went donald trump to on this deal and sell it that's the only way the house of representatives and the republican base is going to go for the deal and this brings us to act three flakes next at bat when the cats away the mouse he can run around the zoe chase a week up the next morning to mass confusion somehow or other the strategy has gone off the rails i'm on the house side doing another interview but it's easy to track flake he seems to be going from reporter to reporter saying they have a deal i'm reading this on twitter eventually shows up on tv the fact that there is a deal came from senator jeff flake of arizona agreement that were the bipartisan group i'm talking about the six of us working that we're shopping among colleagues now this was not the plant fleet news his name on the deal could kill the deal for the president yeltsin flies arizona's soon as he can on thursdays he's incredibly close to this cheryl the youngest of his five kids senior in high school i'm basically running with him to get to the airport sierra running around the capital saying you've gotta deal.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

"Support for this american life comes from ziprecruiter the hiring site that identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job they find qualified candidates for you try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash american ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire and from rocket mortgage by quicken loans rocket mortgage is designed to give you confidence when it comes to refinancing your existing mortgage or buying a home letting you understand all the details so you can be confident you're getting the right mortgage info at rocket mortgage dot com slash american wbz chicago at this america knife so whenever producers zoe chase had this whole plan to follow the senator for a year as ran for reelection and it was an interesting story because the senators republican who does not like the president and he talks about that all the time and the president seems to despise him so you know would he be able to convince republicans to vote for him republican still overwhelmingly support the president so we wanted to see him make the pitch and then something happened that threw a wrench in her plans zoe yeah he resigned he stopped running for office yeah so that kind of put the khyber on that story that wasn't a story anywhere yeah expanded this is jeff flake senator from arizona he he resigned from the senate on october twenty fourth and that day give this big resignation speech on the floor of the senate slamming the president and this political moments it got a lot of attention it is time for our complicity in our accommodation of the unacceptable.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on This American Life

"That happened this week to one of our producers zoe chase in her case the think staring her in the face was a us senator here's only spent the last few months following senator jeff flake from arizona we talk every other week pretty much it tag along with him to committee meetings and speeches in the capital the plan was i was gonna follow him all the way through his reelection campaign next year and then this week as you might have heard flake announced he's not running after all now as such he gave a pretty emotional speech on the senate floor about it it must also be said that i rise today with no small measure of regret regret because of the state of our disunion regret because of the disrepair and destructiveness our politics i was shocked because i did not see this coming discourse now people are talking about this speech is a turning point for the republican party one more old school conservative realizing he can't win in the age of trump leak every reporter in washington ran after fleet in a speech ended okay just what happened why today i didn't expect this all you expected it after last week we did talk last week we'd had this unusual moment but at the time it didn't seem like a big deal knowing what i know this week i hear it differently it was last thursday beautiful dane de seen it was voter rama in the senate vote rahm is this weird senate procedure were sender's have to vote on a different proposal like every twenty minutes or so in order to ram the budget through i was waiting for the senator like i often do right outside the senate gallery he came out but instead of getting on the elevator to go back to his office he goes let's go out here he takes me through this door only senators are supposed to use to police reporters aren't allowed to go on to the capitol steps thank he tells the guard she's would we unwrap and they said here he says sunny.

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"zoe chase" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"zoe chase" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"President trump endorsed a steep cuts in legal immigration on wednesday economists say that's a grave mistake washington post survey of 18 economists in july found that eighty nine percent believe it's a terrible idea for trump to curb immigration to the united states sea trump couldn't do the plan that might be hard but would help the economy that would appeal to yes his base but also the business community and democrats as well instead he had to float a stupid unrealistic draconian cut that will appeal to ciro democrats that will turn off the business community and that will only appeal to his base well this base likes it they got a policy proposal that will give them cheer that is almost no chance of turning into law in the real world why why does this go on because we're living in something of a calcul stock resi definition of which his government by the stupidest and least leastqualified stephen miller by the way is not stupid and he's not unqualified he just unqualified to govern its government by the least qualified the guy's qualified to make very cutting arguments he in fact all the people in the administration just don't have the skills to actually get an agenda past stephen miller can get his people dancing in the streets or in the streets more cosmopolitan locales the reverse on the show today i know what you're asking yourself with their skara mucci but to understand where the merge might go from here and he is having a press conference slash online town hall tomorrow we need to understand where he's coming from so i got zoe chase in here because she interviewed him back when he was a potential republican donor looking for a vessel and i'm gonna talk to zoe and we're going to play the tapes of those interviews this one this was for the true scaramucci complete list but i know you're out there this whole thing goes on for some length such as the complexity and majesty of scaramucci so i will count with your about here as both our interview and our spiel so now enjoy the education of anthony scaramucci a blossoming as told in three movements d d d d d d d d d.

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