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"zucker burg" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Michael Bauer joins us from NBC News radio could former President Donald J. Trump, who has a permanent ban on Facebook. What could that be lifted? Michael Bauer? What are we finding out? Good morning? Yeah, we're gonna find out for sure. Tomorrow Morning. Nine A.m. Eastern. We're hearing will be posted on the page. Work Facebook incorporated New oversight board. They will be posting the decision on whether or not Donald Trump will be allowed to post again on Facebook and Instagram, some four months after he was banned from Facebook in the aftermath. The January six capital, right this this is there's hope out there right now for Trump supporters who want to see him return to Facebook, based upon recent rulings by that same oversight board now again, this oversight board was created back in October of 2020. It's been called by some is the Facebook Supreme Court of content. They have looked at the quasi judicial body that has looked at a couple of decisions made by Facebook. And then issued rulings on those decisions. And so far of the six cases that they've decided on five of them have been overturning What Facebook's decision Woz overturning that decision, So there's right at this point, certainly, historically odds that might be in favor of President Trump. Having that bands from Facebook lifted on some level again going back to why this all happened. Facebook had ample reason to ban Trump and his 35 million followers, plus the 24 million on Instagram. Over a period of months, Trump used a range of social media platforms. Undermine public confidence in the legitimacy of the 2020 election and then use that same basis for social media to draw thousands of followers to Washington, D. C in January for what he promised would be a wild protest. And then as we've seen footage of, some say he directed the crowd to March on the Capitol, where Congress was formerly counting the electoral votes. Now, when that was all happening in the insurrection was underway. That's when the crux of this all came down because President Trump had posted a video talking about how the election was ripped and stolen from these people that he understood their pain. And Mark Zuckerberg decided that was the time to take that video down and suspend President Trump's account that he was simply flaring up the people that were there. At the insurrection, so he suspended Trump for 24 hours. The following day, Zucker Burg came back and said, the risks of allowing the president to continue to use our service during this period or simply too great. That was after five people have died in the ensuing attack after 140 police officers were injured, so they suspended him Now you're about to have this Group of people with your 20 globally diverse academics, lawyers, civic leaders, former prime minister of Denmark and the Nobel Peace Peace Prize laureate all making a decision on whether President Trump will be allowed to return that Facebook and instagram or if he should remain banned permanently. All right. So just a question, though, Facebook Twitter, all social media platforms could be under a really interesting situation here because there's a lot of lies that represented on Facebook and Twitter every single day, and there are a lot of shall we say, miscreants, people that commit crime? That also get on these platforms. They don't have this way You know of, you know, 30 million people or 36 Million people are followers, but they still have this way of a lot of people. In a community where there could be destruction. So what's good for the goose is good for the gander. What if that happens? Could that happen here from these platforms? I mean, it's certainly good and you could look at this and you could say you know that there are elements that need to be people that need to be banned because of whatever it is that they're saying on illegal front or a criminal front on some level. That's certainly a plan here. I think you're looking at your right the number one under the microscope because of the sheer number of people that he had following him. The number one account being that of President Trump's. But look in the case of some of the overturning that have gone on. So far. You have a situation where somebody had posted something about Just to whether or not they may make that same kind of decision here for former President Trump Indeed, all right, we'll see what happens. That'll be at nine a.m. tomorrow. Michael Power Appreciate your time was always from NBC News radio. I'm Tony Cruz contacted us wearing these, along with Scott Fitzgerald isn't looking sports.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Group, which now owns hundreds of companies will be investing. What Specs have become a popular vehicle for companies to go public. Once the deal is closed. Ticker symbol will be m e me. Me and they're going to raise some money here. They expect to raise 3.5 or become worth $3.5 billion. That's the company. I've done. Hands form. I have actually. Submitted a spit sample to them some many years ago when they first started, and then they tell you Oh, yeah, You're Irish or something. Okay, He's a little sketch. It's not a sketch only because they don't They're not really in analyzing your genome, that just statistically, comparing it to other people whom they know to be Irish. And they said, Well, you look Irish. It's kind of like looking at your nose and your hair said Yeah, you look Irish. Um They're gonna raise a lot of money that they're gonna raise a lot of money. 23 me. It's Zagat business to be in. Actually, I got nothing against in effect. They they emailed me last year a couple months ago, and they said, if you send us more spit way will compare it with our new fifth generation chip. And I did that another 100 bucks going down the tubes. I know it doesn't. You know, they didn't tell me anything. I don't already know. Let's put it that way. Um Have used clubhouse. Speaking of Hives of villainy and scum have used clubhouse. This is the all the rage right now. It Zhar discrepancies I have. I felt only it's worth a billion dollars out of nowhere. You create a room. Audio only you could on Lee here it on your phone. You can't record it. You can't listen to it later. Just live live life. Other people come in the room. You could bring them up on stage. You could all talk at once. People can raise their hands. Only reason I mention it is Last week. Elon Musk stopped by Did about did a couple hours 5000. People flooded into the room and then another 5000. So they made an overflow room and then another 5007 overflow room for that overflow room. Very popular with the tech pros in Silicon Valley. And then last week, Mark Zucker burg founder Facebook showed up. Talk a little bit. No. Well. Now it's everybody's all it's all the buzz. It's all the buzz around. I spent some time There's some good stuff on it off course it's just, you know, it's invite only right now. You can't you know, you gotta know somebody which always makes it more popular. More interesting people. I don't know. It's all the rage. That means it's probably dumb. I don't know. I don't know how this stuff works. Hey, let's let's get to the phones. 88 88 ask Leo. That's the phone number. The phones are full. Looks like we got one more line maybe 8888275536 toll free from anywhere in the U. S. Or Canada. Outside that area. You still call you Skype. There's a website. The website is tech guy labs dot com. I mentioned that so you have to raise thing down. It's all being written down for you by James to prove our scribe use that website. If you if you heard something, he said, I want to know more. What's the link for.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Atlantic. The Virgin Group, which now owns hundreds of companies will be investing. Where Specs have become a popular vehicle for companies to go public. Once the deal is closed. Ticker symbol will be m e me. Me and they're going to raise some money here. They expect to raise 3.5 or become more $3.5 billion. It's the company. I've done. Ads form. I actually Submitted a spit sample to them some many years ago when they first started, and then they tell you Oh, yeah, you're Irish or something. It is a little sketch. It's not sketch only because they don't They're not really in analyzing your genome, that just statistically, comparing it to other people whom they know to be Irish. And they said, Well, you look Irish. It's kind of like looking at your nose and your hair said Yeah, you look Irish. Um They're gonna raise a lot of money that they're gonna raise a lot of money. 23 me. It's Zagat business to be in. Actually, I got nothing against him effect. They they emailed me last year a couple months ago, and they said, if you send us more spit way will compare it with our new fifth generation chip. And I did that another 100 bucks kind of down the tubes. I know it doesn't You know, they didn't tell me anything. I don't already know. Just put it that way. Um Have you used clubhouse? Speaking of Hives of villainy and scum have used clubhouse. This is the all the rage right now. It Zhar discrepancies I have. I felt only it's worth a billion dollars out of nowhere. Uh, you create a room. Audio only you can on Lee here it on your phone. You can't record it. You can't listen to it later. Just live live life. Other people come in the room. You could bring them up on stage. You could all talk at once. People can raise their hands. Only reason I mention it is Last week. Elon Musk stopped by Did about did a couple hours 5000. People flooded into the room and then another 5000. So they made an overflow room and then another 5007 overflow room for that overflow room. Very popular with the tech pros in Silicon Valley. And then last week, Mark Zucker burg, founder of Facebook, showed up. Talked a little bit. Oh, Wow. Now it's everybody's all it's all the buzz. It's all the buzz around. I spent some time There's some good stuff on it course It's just, you know, it's invite only right now. You can't you know, you gotta know somebody which always makes it more popular. More interesting people. I don't know. It's all the rage. That means he's probably done. I don't know. I don't know how this stuff works. Hey, let's let's get to the phones. 88 88 ask Leo. That's the phone number. The phones are full. Looks like we got one more line maybe 8888275536 toll free from anywhere in the U. S. Or Canada. Outside that area. You could still call you Skype. There's a website. Website is tech guy labs dot com. I mentioned that so you have to ready thing down. It's all being written down for you by James to prove our scribe. Use that website. If you if you heard something say, I want to know more. What's the link.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Where students could share homework assignments, send messages and planned meetings. At the time, Google was still months away from selling stock. YouTube would not exist for another year. Twitter 12. Months after that. The original concept was called Face MASH. The site used the Harvard Student directory to rank coeds by their level of attractiveness called who's Hotter? Well, Harvard shut that down real quick and threatened to expel 19 year old programmer Mark Zuckerberg. Who started face MASH. What started out as AKA merge Dorm Room project turned into Facebook. Becoming a tech behemoth. In less than two years. 71% of Americans now used Facebook on a daily basis. Today, two billion people log on to Facebook, every 24 hours and more than 120 countries. The company owns other services like Instagram. The social network is worth $530 billion. Zucker Burg alone is worth 90 billion, making him the fourth richest person on Earth. So what began as a platform for friends to plan study groups and rape women? Is now embroiled in a global debate over censorship. Beginning in 2016. Facebook has been accused of silencing conservatives concealing articles that could damage Democrats and even being infiltrated. By Russian agents and Chinese communists. Experts believe there are roughly 220 million fake Facebook accounts used to spread disinformation and promote conspiracy theories like Q and on. And here's something else you might not know. In 2021 more than 500 hours of content is uploaded on YouTube every single minute. Google search engine receives 100,000 request Her second. These companies reach this amount of people and obviously are extremely powerful..

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"zucker burg" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Too. Now gone from not letting conservative speak to forcing conservatives to say what they want us to say. Nicole Wallace on MSNBC laid out the plan. It would be my policy that a Republican must Assert the truth before they're allowed to share any other views. And Lindsey Graham, I understand appeared somewhere today and refused to really go far enough in beating down the lie. I want to read you something, Tom Friedman wrote. Though about social media companies, he writes, this Mark Zucker Burg and Cheryl Sandberg have to surprise us by once and for all stopping the elevation. For profit of news that divides and enrages over more authoritative, evenhanded news sources. Why, that does not seem out of reach. If we can protect against counterfeit dollar bills, we should be able to protect against fake news that we now know has the potential to kill people as it did two weeks ago. Fake news has the potential to kill people. Conservative, right wing fake news. Never mind the fake news concerning I don't know, for instance, the alleged slaughter of innocent black men by racist cops. You remember that fake news? It's a complete lie. It's not backed up by any sort of reality, and that sort of fake news would have appeared to lead to the BLM riots that we saw summer killed. A lot of people let more people than were killed at the Capitol Hill riot. Is that fake news going to go away? No, I don't think so. I think what what is happening here.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"If I hear like one more person complain about Jeff Bezos or Apple or Mark Zucker burg. It might pull everything out of your pockets. You have an apple phone. Don't you? Look at that. You got a Facebook after let me see her Amazon app G. Why is Jeff Bezos worth 200 Billion? It's you, John and Ken weekdays it too Well, they've got your money because you willingly gave it to them. You don't on K f I forever remember Sunday Brian suits in here until 10 like you say lots of local May him yesterday early in the morning. In downtown L. A. A car jacking led to a hit and run of a 47 year old man of father of several hit run on his bike. The the individual who stole the white Toyota pickup was later in an accident down my skid row. He ran No one knows who he is on. Guess what police. You're asking for Muir Information. Also Panorama City man shot in his car. My individual man loan loan. Uh, kind of a car found dead behind the wheel. Very similar thing in walnut. Um, if you're missing the boat on this one, this is a signature gang hit. Last time we saw this was during the reign of Chief Bill Bratton. Remember Bill Bill Bratton from Bastion. Where? Where? Ah, where? Oh, who? Who was it? Who went gay Lindsay Loman. That's right, because, he said he said L a was coming down with the paparazzi because during his reign paparazzi with the biggest problem He came out of the gym one day and talked Tombo c four and said, Well, yeah, things have calmed down. Now that Lindsay Long has gone gay, he couldn't say Lohan. No, I guess you're Irish. You can say Lohan. Lindsay Lohan's gone gay and Britney Spears has moved or whatever. Well, what was happening during his reign was that black motorists during the early hour early hours of the morning we're being found dead behind the wheel at the bottom of all France. Because other gangs a sort of a blood in initiation were executing is solo. Black motorist, perhaps driving home from a job are driving to a job. They were found dead in on the harbor Freeway and one off the 2 10 on. But that's where the gang experts said the person was a family person, working person. No debts, Whatever. This is probably a random killing as the initiation by a gang. And you didn't hear about that because Bratton didn't want you to hear about that. But that's what was going on. Well, anyway, I be I'm the canary in the coal mine. There's something like this has been going on for last couple months. Oddly enough, that coincides with The release of prisoners from California Department of Corrections. Back to their original county of adjudication. That's the law in California, and what county is responsible for one third of all inmates and the Cal duct system. You're correct. If you said Los Angeles County and so oddly enough instead of vaccinating and I gotta tell you if the alternative is leading violent people out to do violence and look at the solace sheep Versus them getting a vaccine before me because I've already had it. And I'm not gonna take it any way I say, vaccinate the prisoners if the alternative is let them out. Freaking vaccinate him. Not a problem. But that's not who runs the prison system. The people who run the prison or the people who make the decisions about the prison system never interact with the people in the prison system. On dear, letting them out amongst us. And you know what happens when you When you go to California state prisons you really are asking for you deserve it. It's really hard to get to prison in California. These days, they'll feel generally Had that 364 days sentence work that you can do it. Twin towers in downtown L A. If you go up To the state. Then you are a bad guy, and when you come out of there even on early release because of the cove IDs, you have scores to settle and that's what's happening. From L A right now. Yes, There's an increase in violence wiser, an increase in violence because we've brought more violent people out to the streets anyway. Esso their resent, and that has nothing to do with the hit and run. You know that we've had this hit and run disease in the L. A area in Southern California for the 19 million of us live south of Santa Barbara. Um, this'll is an issue but anyway So this is the San Francisco Chronicle today. I you know, in the last break out, read you that great up retweeted it from a man in Santa Barbara, who nails not just how Gavin Newsom has failed. The fact that recalling him in electing another incompetent person may not help today. This Francisco Chronicle story you start to feel stupid tech workers can't leave San Francisco fast enough. The Bay Area struck a hard bargain with its tech workers. Rent was astronomical taxes were high. Your neighbors didn't like you. If you lived in San Francisco, you might have commuted an hour South, your job and Apple or Google or Facebook. Or if your office was in the city. Maybe it was in the neighborhood with too much street crime, open drug use and $5 coffees. But it was worth it. Living in the epicenter of boom that was changing the world was what mattered. The city gave us workers a choice of interesting jobs. That chance that the brass ring that is until the pandemic remote work offered a chance at residing for a few months in towns were life felt easier. Tech workers and the bosses realized they might not need all the perks and afterwards schmooze events. But maybe they needed elbow room and a yard for the new puppy. Ah, place to put the pellet on a top public school. They fled. They fled to tropical Beach towns. They fled to more affordable places like Georgia. They fled to states without income taxes like Texas and Florida. That's where the story of the Bay Area's latest tech era is ending for a growing crowd of tech workers and their companies. They have suddenly movable jobs and money in the bank money that will go plenty further somewhere else. Let me break away for a second. What California seems to have forgotten our two things. The majority of the tech workers aren't from California. They're outstanding graduates from other universities around the world around the country. California also forgets thing too. They forgot to build a moat. And so these are people that don't have ties here, but they make a lot of money when they pay the freight for most of our state income tax. Now they're leaving. Do I have to pencil this out for you? There's one analogy, but we'll get to here in just a second, a guy who moved to Austin after 10 years in Cupertino, and I swear he you could probably speak the words that he told the San Francisco Chronicle. But anyway, this is the canary in the coal mine. And if you plan on staying in California You're going to be paying the freight for this back in the second Super hyper local Sunday can if I am 6 40 live if we're on the radio app Danny Max of the news U. S. Defense officials say they're worried.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"President Trump on MSNBC on September 4th 2015 talking about migrants fleeing Syria amidst a bloody civil war is a huge problem. We should help is much as possible, but we do have to fix our own country. Initially, Donald Trump said that it was a tragedy and that we needed to help these people. But then Something changed The news and media led by info Wars, led by bright Bart started to question Trump. For example, On September 9th conspiracy theorist Alex Jones hosted a show on his Info Wars platform called European Migrant Crisis. A Trojan Horse for Isis invasion. The segment talked about a baseless conspiracy theory that suggested Isis fighters were disguising themselves as migrants, which is the position that Trump eventually adopted. When he adopted it. He used the exact Same language that they did. He called them a Trojan horse. This could be the great Trojan Horse of all time because you're looking. It's exactly the opposite of Trump's original instinct. And when the falsehood made the jump from info wars to the now president People listened. The typical mainstream Republican probably wouldn't listen to info wars. They probably wouldn't listen to these extremists, you know, anti Muslim blocks, but they would listen to a presidential candidate who you know they admired and respected. On Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zucker Burg indefinitely banned President Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts. Saying, quote. We believe the risks of allowing the president to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great, but even removing the president of the United States from the world's biggest social network, says Murcia. May not be enough to fully tamp down his messaging. The same time we've seen that when platforms start to censor political speech that people seek it out in other ways, right, so they moved to parlor or they moved to other ways of communicating on so I think that for Trump's base, they will continue to seek out his opinions. As long as he wants to be politically relevant. I think that he can be Alex Jones from info Wars was kicked off multiple social networks, including face Book in 2018 for violating hate speech policies. Jones didn't disappear after that deep platform Ng, but Murcia says it did make a difference. They did take him out of the mainstream, and they did stop.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"In false profits and lunatic theories. We have a job to do. And we need every able bodied American. The greatest thing that you can do. Is to get involved. Politically. And I don't mean Becoming a senator or running for the house. Mean locally. It's how they want. It's how they stole the election. The infiltrated and locked down local centers of power. Look at the money. The very saurus foundations flooded into the secretary of state. Races across this nation, the office that runs the elections. Look out. The fact that $300 million Was Invested by Mark Zuckerberg. 90 doing things federally, not into stupid television ads or Micro targeted Facebook posts. The android Zucker Burg is smarter than that. He spent it on want Local governments. He gave it to the Democrat officials. In Philadelphia in Baltimore. To quote unquote train the election workers. You know what that means, don't you? What did we do? We didn't even notice. What did the GOP When it runs McDaniel do nothing. Zip. Kwan's swan solely nada. We couldn't take it back, but not by violence. If we have to, We will. But we're not there yet. This isn't 17 76 yet. By.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"War is a huge problem and we should help us much is possible, but we do have to fix our own country Initially, Donald Trump said. That it was a tragedy and that we needed to help these people. But then something changed. News and media led by info Wars, led by bright Bart started to question Trump. For example, On September 9th conspiracy theorist Alex Jones hosted a show on his Info Wars platform called European Migrant Crisis. A Trojan Horse for Isis invasion. The segment talked about a baseless conspiracy theory that suggested Isis fighters were disguising themselves as my girl. Which is the position that Trump eventually adopted. When he adopted that he used the exact same language that they did, he called them a Trojan horse. This could be the great Trojan Horse of all time, because you looking, it's exactly the opposite of Trump's original instinct. And when the falsehood made the jump from info wars to the now president People listened. The typical mainstream Republican probably wouldn't listen to info wars. They probably wouldn't listen to these extremists, you know, anti Muslim blocks, but they would listen to a presidential candidate who you know they admired and respected. On Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zucker Burg indefinitely banned President Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts. Saying, quote. We believe the risks of allowing the president to continue to use our service during this period are simply too great, but even removing the president of the United States from the world's biggest social network, says Murcia. May not be enough to fully tamp down his messaging. The same time we've seen that when platforms start to censor political speech that people seek it out in other ways, right, so they moved to parlor or they moved to other ways of communicating on so I think that for Trump's base, they will continue to seek out his opinions. As long as he wants to be politically relevant. I think that he can be Alex Jones from info Wars was kicked off multiple social networks, including face Book in 2018 for violating hate speech policies. Jones didn't disappear after that deep platform Ng, but Murcia says it did make a difference. They did take him out of the mainstream. And they did stop his circulation on Twitter and Facebook and YouTube on guess Oh, in some ways that deep platform Ng is a model for what could happen to Donald Trump reporting for perspective. I'm Mike to busting ABC news. Coming.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And this is Fox News. Now checking KSFO traffic in San Ramon. We have a sig alert. This is 6 80 south bound between Bollinger Canyon and l cost a boulevard. Entire roadway had been closed. Earlier, a two vehicle injury crash as the two left lanes closed. The two right lanes are open. At one point, the entire roadway had been closed. Emergency crews are on the scene. In Sausalito. We have roadwork. This is on one on one North bound between the Alexander exit and Rodeo Avenue. The left lanes are closed The two left lanes until 11 this morning. Traffic is slow there even this early in the morning. San Francisco 11 South, bounding at 10th Street car collided with center divide several times and in rodeo 80 westbound just after Willow Avenue, a disabled vehicle is blocking the connector ramp there. With KSFO traffic. I'm Mel Baker. Talk radio 5 60 closed simple. So a lot more on the way. I want to talk more about Social media's role in this now that Twitter booted Trump off briefly Now Facebook and Instagram Zucker Burg is doing interviews explaining why he's booted the president, United States off.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"They need the money. Can you elaborate on that? Yeah. Just give him the money. I mean, what makes people poor lack of money makes people pour, you know, And it was not as if we're not spending enough money trying to fix this problem. I have. I have the figures here someplace. I actually have actually did the math on this one. We will find out eventually. But the you know, we have. We don't even know how many poverty programs that we have, Uh, Well, you can't have too many, can you Because I guess not. You know, already is bad PJ and we already is bad stamp it out with programs. Yeah, well, you know, I think we could stamp it out. Why the heck did that go? I think we could stamp it out. Louise here anyway, they Republican congressional committee that like hates poverty programs looked into poverty programs and said. We have about 92 poverty programs. Now this is the Republicans, the heat these programs. You would think that they would know exactly how they but they even they couldn't figure it out. How many poverty programs we have PJ overwork a cry from the middle, so we spend. I can't find the numbers. But we spend about 491 $92 billion a year on poverty programs, and I'm not counting Medicare. I'm not counting medical Assistance, the poor of any kind Medicare or otherwise, because we don't want people to be both poor and sick. That is just that's really wrong. So let's leave the medical spending out of it just on the poverty programs alone. Now, if you take that money, and you divide it up among the poor You don't have any more pour. It makes people un pour it brings them up. It doesn't quite bring a single person. I'm trying to get my head around this You mean to say if you give the poor people the money that we spend on poverty programs they are you were anymore is like a family of, uh, provides about 10 grand per poor person. It doesn't bring a single poor person quite up above the poverty line, which is around $12,000. But there's nothing saying that that single Poor person can't buddy up, you know, And then I'll be a $20,000 household income family of for a poor family of four would have, like a 40 some $1000. Um, uh, annual income and they would be, you know they wouldn't be rolling in it, You know, I mean, it's not going to the bathroom and hi clover, but they wouldn't be desperate. They wouldn't be food in security wouldn't be desperate Browsing, there wouldn't be Poor Would that be sustainable? I mean, is that a one year thing or could we do that year? This is just, you know, we could do this year after you remember doing it already? This is what we're spending per year on poverty programs. Now I don't know how you go about. You know, when it comes to being a policy wonk, I'm all walked no policy, but S so I don't know exactly how you do this. But what I do know from my own taxes is that the government is extremely efficient of taking money away from you. So I think the government could be equally efficient at handing it out. They put their mind to it. Brilliant. Okay. So on the other side of the coin you advocate making rich we dealt with poor people were going to give them the money. You want to make rich people less comfortable? Yes, Dave. I want to make rich people uncomfortable. And you see, I think one things is dividing us is the name is a nation is that there's this tremendous envy. Off of the very wealthy and you know it didn't used to be that way. American wealth used to be farm or unfairly distributed back in the days of the Rockefellers and the Astors and so on, Then it is today, but rich people weren't envied in the same way because Which people were all stressed up in the you know, starchy collars, searching high collars. Great. You know, they women had had, where bustles they were covered. You know, they were so covered in brocade and crinoline and all the rest of the stuff that way I paid her up here. Why the hell did women where But what was the point of a bustle to make it But Look enormous. Why was the leg a Kardashian related pre Kardashians? Why would Kardashians answer that question? Okay, alright. Yeah, it was but enhancement before plucks. You know, your plastic surgery had made its way to Miami. Okay? Yeah. So please go. Please go on there. Just so they just looked on. There was really the women were wearing so much close. They might as well have been in brocade burkas, you know, and, uh and he had the way It. Eat dinner until was eight o'clock eight o'clock at night before you could have dinner you had. You know, he had all these stupid even when the rich people were trying to have fun. It looked terrible, like a drowning in their yachts. They're getting their next broken under polo ponies. They're out walking around the middle of nowhere, hitting things with a stick and this stupid game new game golf. You know, and people were saying, Whoa, whoa! No, no, no, thanks to that. They never get the knot The bung out of a barrel of beer and dance of polka, you know, and on and have some fun like the rest of us Do so. Yeah, when I want to do it So nowadays you know, you get these ultra rich people richer, Probably then Iraq. A feller's in Astor's ever were you got like Jeff Zucker burg wearing his underwear in public..

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"zucker burg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sure his instagram account. Everything else is gonna be shut down. If even hasn't already And then I also noticed during the break. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not an android guys, so I don't really pay any attention to the Google APP store. But apparently Google has indeed taken parlor, which is a Twitter alternative off if that store The parlor is a conservative alternative to Twitter. It's a little clunky. Its user interface, I think is Pretty primitive. And it's got some Room to grow. And personally, I don't like Twitter or ah, parlor all that much, because if you talk about an echo chamber There's really not much dissent there, so it's hard to engage with people of opposing points of view so that you can have a fun debate. Get into a Twitter war like I tend to do occasionally. But my point about Trump being the platform today. One shouldn't be surprising. Because big text censorship I'm that's not new. All the social media companies that were at one point the you think back at the beginning of Facebook and Twitter. They were really reluctant. They tried to not become Sensors or arbiters of the truth. They wanted to stay out of it. They truly just wanted to be a platform. No, Zucker Burg was just originally, You know, Think about those of you have been around Facebook long enough. Remember? Facebook in its early years was all about used to drive me crazy. All these games. You were inviting you to play games, play farm or plays Powell's or something. I forget what it was. It was just dumb ass stuff. Twitter when it's in its Infancy. Was really kind of stupid stuff like you know, Today, I had a hamburger for lunch. Really? Wow. Glad to know that. So I think the infancy Kind of the new disciples platforms. Because they wanted to grow. I mean, these were publicly traded companies so they needed ad revenue. They get ad revenue, they needed people to participate. I mean, who wants to buy an ad on Twitter? If you only have a million followers are a million people engaged in your platform for you know, 25 million people involved. Well, they wanted to stay out of it. And that Woz, I think the right thing to do They shouldn't be sensors or the arbiters of truth. But they have increasingly clamp down on what they think is hate speech misinformation. And that's what bothers me. Probably more than anything else, just as I despise the concept of a hate crime. If I murder someone If I take it and just bludgeon someone to death With malice aforethought and I do it in such a gruesome way that ability particulars can be filed so that the prosecutor can seek the death penalty against me. That's the crime. If I and if the prosecution is successful And I'm found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Then I'm found guilty. More likely than not at the sentencing hearing. I'll be sentenced to death. For gruesome murder. Now, let's say That for whatever reason. I hate I hate Asians. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go bludgeoned to death. Somebody that's of Asian descent. And as I'm doing it Yell out epithets about Asians as I am doing the exact same thing. The Nets considered a hate crime. Well. It's still it's still the same crime. What if I Him in committing that crime. Gave no indication that I was doing first of all to murder someone There's gonna be hate in your heart where you're gonna be just out of your freaking mind. But If I if I did it, too. If me is a white guy did it to a nation God But I never gave any indication anywhere of a hatred for Asians. I didn't yell out in the epitaphs that somebody was hearing as I was bludgeoning someone to death. What's the difference? It's a murder. It's a capital murder case. And whether I did it with hate in my heart or not hate in my heart or prejudice in my heart or not prejudiced In my heart. It's still the crime and, if duly convicted beyond a reasonable doubt and sentenced to death, it's the same outcome. But we decided that we want to somehow virtue signal. By taking on hate crimes. And as I always warned about hate crimes when you would eventually morph into hate speech. That's hate speech. I grew up in law school, and I grew up in the time in the sixties. Where we recognized That even the most vile speech was protected by the First Amendment, And quite frankly, it still is. But we're slowly morphing into this idea that somehow hate speech is not protected by the first Amendment. That is the very speech that must be protected by the First Amendment. Why You tell me Who do you want to be the arbiter? Of what's hate speech or not hate speech. You want me to do it? I don't want you to do it. I don't even know you, but I want you to do it. I know you and I certainly don't want you to do it. So this concept of these tech giants now becoming arbiters of what they deem to be hate speech or misinformation to think about misinformation. Misinformation all over all over the place. There's always been misinformation and disinformation. You know how you counter misinformation and disinformation with accurate information. But I think as a society we reached the point where we don't want to live in that kind of world That's just too much trouble. I'd rather have somebody else and that somebody else has usually been the government. We want the government to control, disinformation and misinformation and hate speech. And now that's morphed into you want that? Tech giants to do it. We always want somebody else. To do the job that we should be doing as citizens. And I think that's why This is incredibly dangerous. The traffic.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're listening to America, first with Sebastian Gorka, former strategist of President Donald J. Trump. I know your pain. I know you're hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election and everyone knows it, especially the other side. But you have to go home. Now We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great People in law and order. We don't want anybody hurt. It's a very tough period of time. There's never been a time like this. Where Such a thing happened where they could take it away from all of us from me from you from our country. This was a fraudulent election. But we can't play into the hands of these people. We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You're very special. You've seen what happens. You see the way others air treated that are So bad and so evil. I know how you feel. Go home and go home in peace. We have to have peace. Go home in peace. That was the video the president recorded yesterday after the violence in Congress on bond. What big tech do Big tech. In response to his call for peace. Made it impossible to Retweet or two like that video. And then suspended his accounts. Monk Zucker Burg. The head of Facebook. Since issued this statement. The shocking events of the last 24 hours clearly demonstrate the President Donald Trump intends to use his remaining time in office to undermine the peaceful and lawful transition of power to his elected successor, Joe Biden. How was that evidence? His decision to use his platform to condone the rather than to condemn the actions of his supporters of the Capitol building. Is rightly disturbed people in the U. S and around the world. He did nothing of the sort. In fact, he called for peace. You just heard his words. We removed these statements yesterday because we judged that their effect and likely their intent would be to provoke further violence. So this is the Orwellian world we live in where a call for peace for people to go home in peace is Provoking Further. Violence. Following the certification of the election results by Congress. The priority for the whole country must now be to ensure that the remaining 13 days in the days after inauguration passed peacefully and in accordance with established democratic norms. And who, exactly Mark Zuckerberg? Defines those democratic norms. Yeah. Did anyone elect you, Mark Zuckerberg? And he is the most galling of all. We believe the risks off. Allowing the president to continue to use our Facebook service during this period are simply Two. Great. Man who received 75 million votes. His use of Facebook. Is too Great. Therefore, we're extending the block we have placed on his Facebook and instagram accounts in definitely and for at least the next two weeks. Until the peaceful transition of power is complete. Who the hell do you think you are? Mugs Achterberg. You have no mandate. You have no authority to arrogated to yourself. Any role in the peaceful transition of power. You're a sad little geek. Who was in the right place at the right time. Who's acting like a fascist?.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"A pedestrian Facebook barring the president from posting on its system until at least the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden in a post this morning, Facebook founder Mark Zucker Burg says the risk of allowing the president to use the platform is too great. Following what he called his incitement of a mob that later touched off a deadly riot in the capital sucker. Berg says the Residents account is going to be locked for at least the next two weeks but could stay locked in definitely Twitter and Instagram also temporarily locked down his account after he repeatedly posted accusations about the integrity of the election. Meantime, Joe Biden's win is now official announcement of the state of the vote. The president of the Senate. Shall be deemed a sufficient declaration of the person's elected president and vice president of the United States each for the term beginning on the 20th day of January. 2021 vice president Pence announcing the results after Congress finish ratifying Biden's win early this morning after a day of violence at the Capitol in a tweet this morning, President Trump pledged in orderly transition and eventful day for the presidency as the nation's capital was rocked by those protesters We hear from Jill NATO on the National mall, president, Trump told a crowd of supporters to march to Capitol Hill and protest the results of the 2020 election. But the size of the crowd overwhelmed Capitol police. Soon people were breaking windows, climbing walls and hanging trump banners. The president sent out of video reacting to the violence, You have to have peace. So go home. One woman was fatally shot inside the Capitol. Three other people died in the crowd suffering from medical emergencies. The chaos interrupted the certification of November's election by Congress, which showed Joe Biden to be the winner. She mentioned the person killed, It Turns out it was a San Diego woman who was killed, according to Social media. Ashley Babbitt, an Air Force veteran, lived in Ocean Beach with her husband, and she traveled to D. C on Tuesday to take part in the rally. She was a vocal supporter of the president on Social media, and she took part in the Trump Boat parade in September grew. She grew up in Lake Side and most recently ran a pool service and supply company. Capitol. Police say she was shot as protesters tried to push through a bear. Arcade, a door at the capital, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria and the City Council president Jennifer Campbell, reacting to the violence at the Capitol, issuing a joint statement saying, in part that it was an assault on our democracy, emboldened by the president of the United States They added that the violent actions of these extremists they say, were infuriating and must be condemned by every American who believes in our constitution and the rule of law. They also thanked law enforcement who defended the capital and the people inside. Democrats have swept the Georgia run off elections, giving the party control of both chambers of Congress and the White House later this month. Political analyst Gary Dietrich believes the Democratic control will benefit Californians when it comes to battling covert 19 gonna see Money, almost certainly going to state and local governments and a covert response that we haven't seen to date. There's a lot of ways that this state can use funding to move forward. Even administration of vaccines. It appears the final set of elections for the upcoming term present Democrats with opportunities which could likely save the affordable care act, at least through the mid terms. So Katie Couric is going to temporarily take over hosting duties of jeopardy. She will serve as one of the guest hosts after the final episodes featuring long time host Alex Trebek. Those will finish airing this week. Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings has also been booked to host producers of the long running trivia show say they will feature guest host until a permanent replacement has been chosen. Why one organization that helps victims of domestic violence is.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"This is one of 43, my FM. Four people. Have lost their lives following the violent protests in the capital. Yesterday, extremist supporters of President Trump reached the U. S. Capitol, sending politicians in the hiding, sparking hours of chaos, violence an insurrection. One woman and two men suffered medical emergencies of the protest and later lost their lives. Another one was shot during a standoff inside the U. S Capitol After abandoning the proceedings, House and Senate members reconvened overnight, finally affirming Joe Biden's electoral college win. And our next president. Facebook is banning President Trump was platforms in definitely fall in the attack on the U. S Capitol yesterday. The band will not be lifted before Inauguration Day, according to Facebook CEO Mark Zucker Burg. Meanwhile, Twitter locked Trump out for 12 hours and said that future violations Could result in a permanent suspension from Twitter. When a freezer malfunctioned at a hospital in North Carolina. The staff is just over two hours to use all of the cove in 19 vaccines and have been storing breaking guidelines and bypassing priority list. It began distributing the vials for immediate use. They gave 200 doses to the county. 72 elder care facilities and began making calls to learn the public before time right out the administered all 830 doses without wasting a single one. I'm fine with that, if something happens like that, and You know, you just got to get him used before they go bad. Forget the priority list at that point, just get them in arms. That's all you can do is coming up next. What's the longest break you've ever taken from Social media? I've been texting and 31 of 43 right now texting through 143. What is the longest break you've ever taken from Social media? And then how did it go for you? Sam Smith Diamond's.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To force companies and workers into situations that they don't want. They'll find alternatives. And the over lift people with a lot of money because they get it mostly from capital raised. Not exactly making profits. They've got proper 22 past. People voted on it. It was out there, right? It carved out attention. It's you know, it's not the government's business how companies organized themselves. It's It's not these Thies. This crowd wants the government. To dictate to business how to operate. Which, of course, destroys economies. We've already seen what happened in the Soviet Union and in Cuba and in Venezuela. This experiment has been tried over and over and over again in the last 100 years, and it's repeatedly failed. It's not a system. That humans consecutive in successfully operated. It's not. It just doesn't work. What does work is when people have the incentive to make his much money. It's possible. You have competition and you have freedom. The best products and the best services win. Sometimes people win really, really big. But that's Z part of it that you have to live with. E. If I hear like one more person Complain about Jeff Bezos or Apple or Mark Zucker Burg. I'm gonna I'm gonna wring their necks. It's like it's like You don't want to pull everything out of your pockets. Oh, look at that. You have an apple phone, don't you? Oh, look at that. You have an apple laptop. Oh, you have an apple iPad. Oh, you have an apple. Watch on G. Why is apple so wealthy? Oh, let me see the APS on your phone. Look at that. You got a Facebook app. You got an instagram map? Oh, what do you think? My Mark Zucker Burg has all this money. Let me see her Amazon app. You've bought 32 things in the last month off Amazon G. Why is Jeff Bezos worth 200 billion It's you. You keep turning your money over to these people, and then you walk around bitching about it. I can't stand these billionaires. I can't believe all the money they have. They've got your money because you willingly gave it to them. You don't didn't one of those dopey columnist we talked about last year do the same thing. Why do I keep going and buying things from Amazon and only adding to the large capitalist problem? Because you're an idiot. That's why Me. I have no choice. They dominate B. I don't care. I I order on Amazon because I'll get my stuff sometimes the same day. I don't care if just Jeff Bezos ends up with a couple of nickels out of my purchase of cares. He thought of the idea. I didn't Good idea, So I use it. But these people go around wringing their hands and moping. Oh, there's such idiots. All right. When we come back, a couple of guys who believe in some conspiracy theories got into some trouble. We'll talk about it. John and Ken K. A fine Deborah Marquez,.

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"zucker burg" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"zucker burg" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Point. Use Radio 1055 w E. R C Along Sean Hannity show So goes on in his column there Democrats wanted to cooperate with Trump in 2016 is so much they began to talk about impeachment. Before he was even elected. About what they put this man, his family and any supporters through because we're all a bunch of mother efforts, according to Joe Biden's team. Anyway and then goes on to, you know, Point out woman, Donna said, dreaming an awful lot about You know, blowing up the White house and to our detractors that insist that this march will never add up to anything. You you. But this is the hallmark of revolution. Yes, I'm angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes. Have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. What was the reaction of that? Not much. New goes on about when Twitter Facebook censored, the oldest fourth largest newspaper, founded by Alexander Hamilton, because it wrote accurately, as we now know where. The New York Times in Washington Post, where was the pious democracy dies and darkness? Tragically, Washington Post is now part of the darkness. He goes on. Zucker burg spending 400 million hiring city governments to maximize turnout and Democratic District's You know the censoring and of all conservatives, he mentioned rush in particular. Five tweets in a day sensor. When I read that Apple has a firm ruling, uh, of never irritating China. And Beijing and all the deep stuff, says the election process itself. Was the final straw in creating a crisis incompetence, which is now accelerating and deepening. Goes on to say when I watch story after story about election fraud being spiked. Something sick is going on. And then he goes the censorship of the 100% true hunter Biden story in the family of the Democratic nominee, the last president all this money It's censorship worked exactly as it was intended biggest donation out there this year. Officials in virtually every swing state breaking the laws. Whistle blowers all at my words now.

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Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg face Senate hearing over censorship concerns

Tony Katz Today

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg face Senate hearing over censorship concerns

"Some thing has to give Republican Senator Lindsey Graham was the start of the hearing featuring Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zucker. Burg. Conservatives complain they have been censored and silenced. In his opening of the hearing, Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal applauded Twitter for flagging Trump Tweets. President has used this microphone just spread vicious falsehoods. In an apparent attempt to overturn the will of voters every day. He post new threats and conspiracy theory. But the

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