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Haniger Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Mariners Top Red Sox 5-4
"Mitch Haniger three run Homer broke a two all tie in the seventh inning is a Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox five to four the mariners rally came with two outs taking advantage of an error a broken bat single then Hannah goes high fly ball which just cleared the left field wall I know this can be really close I was just I was screaming at the ball the Kerry and luckily you know by a foot or two over so yeah happy one out the red Sox rallied with two runs in the eighth inning on back to back home runs but Seattle hung on for the win striking out fifteen red Sox batters in the process the lost Dropbox into a tie with the New York Yankees for the last wild card spot with the mers now just two games behind for the final playoff position Jim Bernard Seattle
Militia Leader To Be Sentenced in Minnesota Mosque Bombing
"The leader convicted in two thousand seventeen bombing at a mosque in Minnesota faces sentencing today the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group who thirty say was the mastermind behind the two thousand seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota Emily clear hair he was previously known as Michael Hary and recently said she is transgender faces a mandatory minimum of thirty years in prison for the attack on the dar al Farooq Islamic center several worshippers were gathered at the center to pray when a pipe bomb was thrown through the window open imam's office co defendants said that Harry let the group and came up with the plan to attack the mosque motivated by a hatred for Muslims cited in the manifesto known as the White Rabbit handbook Kerry's attorney Shannon Elkins is asking U. S. district judge Donovan Frank for no more than the minimum thirty year sentence and says the gender dysphoria and misinformation fueled Aries inner conflict that led to the bombing prosecutors are seeking a life sentence well no one was physically hurt in the attack prosecutors say the bomb was an act of terror I'm Jennifer king
US Envoy Kerry Due to Talk on Climate With Chinese Officials
US Envoy Kerry Due to Talk on Climate With Chinese Officials
"China and the US officials plan to talk this week about reducing pollution by the world's two largest economies relations between Washington and Beijing have been strained by disputes over trade technology on human rights but the sides have identified the climate crisis as an area for possible cooperation now climate envoy John Kerry is schedule for meetings with his Beijing counterparts he's called for stronger efforts to curb rising temperatures to know more than one point five degrees Celsius over pre industrial levels and he's urging China to join the U. S. in urgently cutting carbon emissions I'm Charles the last month
White House Won't Recognize nor Support Afghans Who Are Desperate to Escape
"Mohammad, his wife, his Children. Unless somehow some of these private entities these vets these great American patriots find him and get him and his family out easy. He's going to be killed in the most horrendous way. Has anybody asked John Kerry about this? How about Chuck Hagel? No, nobody's asked any of them about The White House won't say. Because you see the Afghans won't fight. This is what we're told. Just collapsed. Adam They saw fighting and they just collapse. No, that's not what happened, Folks. Some of the Isolationists and neo Biden supporters on TV and radio talk like this. They have no idea what the hell they're talking about. I've had These Americans who have fought side by side with these Afghans. When this show on my TV show on live in T V General commander kernels. One of them said the Afghans wouldn't fight. Just when you pull the entire support away from them. Becomes a problem.
Arkansas Doctor Prescribed Anti-Parasitic Drug 'Thousands' of Times for COVID
"For prescribing ivermectin thousands of times, Arkansas, Dr Robert Kerry said he gave the anti parasitic drug ivermectin. Too many patients to treat Covid 19, including inmates at the Washington County Jail, mainly used as a livestock D warmer, I've remarked in is not recommended by the CDC is a covid treatment and has led to numerous calls to poison control centers. Arkansas's medical board is investigating caress. But he and the local chief deputy defended the treatment, claiming it was voluntary. There have been no deaths there from it. The Food and Drug Administration has emphatically cautioned against using every medicine to treat covid and tweeted. You are not a horse. You're not a cow Seriously all stop it. Mark Ragnar K
75 Doctors from Florida Hospitals Walk Out in Protest
"You wanna talk responsible for just a moment. How irresponsible is it for a doctor to refuse to treat a sick patient because of a decision that that patient made regarding of vaccine. Is that responsible. I is that a violation of the hippocratic oath is a doctor supposed to pledge to do no harm first do no harm. I want you to hear this conversation. Between joe scarborough at msnbc and reporter kerry sanders about seventy five doctors who literally staged a walkout at a florida hospital. This happened apparently in south florida. Seventy five doctors marched out of the hospital saying they will not treat unvaccinated patients. Listen to this conversation over to. Msnbc would americans don't understand is for every unvaccinated person. That's filling up an icu. Bed that means with the hospitals jammed somebody with a heart attack. And i've known somebody in this position goes there has trouble getting in. Can't get treatment. Can't get a bed is a nightmare for the doctors. A nightmare for the nurses and doctors point of view. It's worse yet for sick people the want help from them. That is truly reflective of the frustration that you see behind me. These doctors have gathered some coming off their shifts to come out here gathering to try to tell people please first of all ignore the nonsense in the absurdities that you're hearing people say public meetings and recognize the value of what a vaccine will
How Should Conservatives Break Up Big Tech?
"Alibaba kerry. The book is hash tag deleted. It's about how they tried to delete how they tried to stop the trump mega movement. And we only have a few minutes left as conservatives. What is the solution to all of this. Some say go in like ma belle. Break up the The the the the the cartel quasar monopoly these organizations have denude them of that. What is it to thirty immunities. That were they would provide in the nineteen ninety s. What if we had a magic wand what would be viansa to seeing the first amendment alive and well on social media as well as everywhere else though clowns. Thomas has a very good opinion on that but everyone should read nation back in april for the night bus. The is biden buses nights. Best amendment you pay and essentially the food so you can have public accomodation laws or you can have common carrier laws. We can have a simple anti discrimination law. any one of those will work and texas is Once the once the house democrats come back them. You know. stop author being crybabies Texas willpower the law that will essentially apply Common detector and then i think is the way to go home and carry it probably dates and the all antidiscrimination the laws carrier option. If you're coming carrier then you have to provide service on an non-discriminatory basis Weasel nondiscriminatory basis to everyone. Who wanted him there. You can still nice service but the reasons which you can deny. Service are very limited and restricted by statute. It's not the wide expansive ban. Anyone any sorts like access to telephones. The social media must be as unrestricted as as having a hotline in your house precisely and yukon band. Meeting telephone
Belarus Sprinter Feels Safe, Looks to Future in Poland
"The Belarusian Olympic sprinter who has found refuge in Poland to avoid punishment at home for her criticism for team officials at the Tokyo games says she hopes to focus on how to keep up the world class and running Kerry and speaking in an interview they also said president big center Washoe casino some use guy yeah so she has already I was Polish officials to help resume training the twenty four year old run S. as her life changing one the day when she was barred to compete in the Olympics the drama began after a super nice guy criticized her team officials saying on Instagram that she was put in the four times four hundred relay even though she has never raced in the event I am a serious Shockley
"kerry" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"This week's un. Climate report concludes at a certain amount of damage to the planet is now irreversible that even the most dramatic cuts carbon emissions can only maybe prevent the worst predicted effects of climate change. And to some that might feel like a landmark finding not to john kerry so some degree it was a report just underscore the level of frustration even anger than grows that We have to having reports. Just repeating the same thing on it gets worse and worse carey is president biden's special envoy on climate meeting at false to him to help chart what. Us policy will be as secretary of state he wants signed the paris climate agreement. This fall he heads to a major. Un climate conference in scotland kerry spoke to us about what it will take for the world's governments to move more aggressively starting with the most populous country in the one responsible for nearly a third of the world's emissions china more engaged in continuing discussion with china and at very important china. Step up and take additional steps between twenty twenty and twenty thirty now. China is currently doing more than many people know or think. China is in fact the largest producer solar panels and the alternative noble energy in the world. China has in fact deployed more of that renewable energy than any other country in the world. But because they're so big. China has to obviously do more faster. And the chinese are currently in deliberations to try to determine what that will be can be. But can i stop because that. We're looking at a moment where as i said. They don't actually have any policy in this direction. They have not yet decided to do enough in our judge judgment to be able to meet what we need to do between twenty twenty nine hundred thirty..
Pacifique X and Finding Eimable
"Welcome to for a blues hominy. Hey thanks for having me before i start. I just want to acknowledge that. I appreciate you taking the time now to share your story with us I know it can't be easy. So i do appreciate that thank you. How would you describe your brother to people who don't know him So in mobley is a very loving person. His name actually named lovable in spanish. And i say he's very like kerry radius and this is not just me trying to boost team up or try to make him sam in something special genuinely is and Yeah describing as very grounded earthy old His fagin as well. So he's very live about his health Get attacking describe my brother play and it just very loving and easy to get along with. Is he the oldest family. Yes i'm up. Live is the oldest. He's twenty four years old right okay. So he's your big brother If you're up to its harmony can you share when and where he went missing and obviously what you choose to disclose is up to you So last time you saw him was all the six Of the twenty third seattle five weeks ago from now So we lost the last time. You seen on In where i be at gordon keith. reserve and unless last time we saw and he was wearing a camera jacket within over day hoodie and he had congress. Bag was black pants and black high top sneakers and his hair was loose in a penny chow effort and Year that's celeste tom sawyer and what he was wearing
Simone Biles Is Back, Will Compete in Balance Beam Exercise Final
"Steve Futterman is at the Olympics with something to look forward to. This week. Tuesday night here in Tokyo will be Simone Biles moment in the spotlight, the great American gymnast after withdrawing from five events here because of mental health concerns. Now says she will compete in the final women's gymnastics event, the balance beam competition, her teammate, Jade Kerry, very happy. It's going to be great to see her out there tomorrow and Jade. Kerry is very happy about something else as well. About the same time Biles made her announcement, Kerry won the gold medal in the floor exercise competition.
Biles Coming Back to Compete in Beam Final
"In Tokyo will be Simone Biles moment in the spotlight, the great American gymnast after withdrawing from five events here because of mental health concerns. Now says she will compete in the final women's gymnastics event. The balance beam competition, her teammate, Jade Kerry, very happy. It's gonna be great to see her out there tomorrow and trade. Kerry is very happy about something else as well. About the same time Biles made her announcement. Kerry won the gold medal in the floor exercise competition. Steve Futterman CBS News at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, next, the latest on a
Jade Carey Secures Gold in Floor Exercise at Tokyo Olympics
"Spoiler us. Jim. Miss Jade. Kerry has taken the gold in the Olympic floor exercise final that when helping us stay in the lead Team USA has the most medals overall with 61 21 gold. China has 59 total medals, 28 gold and their season third with 50
Olympic Champ Biles Withdraws From All-Around Competition
"USA gymnastics superstar Simone Biles has withdrawn from Thursday's all around competition to focus on her mental well being the decision comes a day after Biles removed herself from the team final following one rotation because she felt she wasn't mentally ready J. Kerry will take piles place in the all around Kerry initially didn't qualify because she was the third ranking American behind Biles and Sunnis to lead international gymnastics federation rules limit countries to to athletes per event in the finals the organization said Biles will be evaluated before deciding if she will participate in next week's individual events I'm Dave Ferrie
Daniel Negreanu Wins Inaugural PokerGO Cup
"Poker goal. Event is over with. We've been talking that over the last few weeks and that was played out in las vegas. We had mentioned that alleyoop. Cerovic was a two time winner in early in the tournament in was starting to lay claim. It's one of the best players of the current era but a famous name and stuff winning the player of the series war. Daniel mcgraw new. He is the inaugural poker go championship. Be cashed four times During the event series including win toward the very end of the event and he is awarded the player of the year trophy throw which finished second kerry cats when the high roller took third Meet over a million dollars in that event so some of the top names in the game of poker doing very wellness event. Alex foxton was fifth in the standings. Jason coon seventh and a local. Jake schindler we mentioned one of the tournament's finished in the top ten as well
Say No to Plastic Plants With Ethnobotanist Kerry Hughes
"I'm here with ethnobotanist. Herbalist and author kerry hughes is driven by a ten nations fascination with the role. Plants can play in our health. Her purpose is ethno botanical discovery and strategically innovating and expanding the boundaries of natural products. You may find more about her writings and activities at ethno farm dot com so gary. Welcome to the show so excited that you're here again. You're here back on our show for episode one nine be and it's been a while but i'm super glad you're back 'cause i always remember talking to you. I feel like my brain just loves it. I always learn so much when i get to chat with you. Thank you for having me. And it's a delight to be back. Because i always like talking to fellow plant nerds whenever i can find an audience. Well you've got plenty of plant nerds tuning and we love all things plants and essential oils. So let's start out with. Just what is ethno botany. I can hardly say that word. So how on earth did you become one yet. It's always an odd thing. You're at a party or somebody somebody asked you like. What do you do. I always have to think. Do i want to give them the simple version or the because when i say ethnobotanist that always prompt more questions and really. It's pretty simple so an ethnobotanist in its most. General definition is somebody who studies the relationship between plants and humans and but that can take many different forms. And i am like formally trained of a degree in it but You know it's there are academic ethnobotanist that that do barge kind of academic projects were there cataloging plants and studying kind of like anthropology. You know how do people people you know in various corners of the globe us plants and when we use plants you think you know a lot of people think maybe a lot of people think about medicines. I for some reason. But you know really. We eat them every day of course with vegetables but there's also plants that we used for building. Our houses are made of plants. You know and our clothes are often made of plants cotton and so there's fiber there's food there's medicine am. There's you know a number of different uses out there for plants and you know most of my focus has been with the foods in the medicines.
Evolve Sis! Evolve Bro! H.E.A.L. Sis/ HEAL Bro Series) - burst 7
"I definitely be the. He'll this is powerful to me. Because i said again i believe healed woman. He'll the people In a heal me and heal the nation. And i think that the sisters healing just not just coming together on instagram. Y'all like coming together for real like less respect each other for real less be communities for each other And that is living out your purpose. So i just wanna thank you for Bringing us back to that space where we remember while we need each other absolutely and we always want to sign a light on our lights and stars and so we know that michelle is doing amazing things. So i would just like for user. Tell us what some of those are at how we can support to. Well thank you again. My business is malawi's house in it's a healing wellness business. I like to throw that in there. i just became recently of being comfortable with saying that you know and walking and as a light and being a healer and sometimes you don't feel comfortable with sharing that but i feel comfortable in this so what we do at malawi's house. We provide berthing supplies. Birth kids and postpartum kerry essentials and Just recently became a holistic dula. So that is another service that will be at it to Malawi's house yes. Hey excited diving a little bit deeper into the service part of what we were talking about earlier. And would you like me to share where everyone can find us absolutely and we always played links to all of our wonderful guests in the episode details On apple podcasts. Spotify youtube so but definitely tell us where to find. Uk absolutely. You can find us at malawi house. Www dot we are malawi's house dot com in malawi is spelled m. a. l. a. w. i s. and in house h. o. u. s. And you can find us on instagram and facebook at malawi's
Trump Organization, CFO Indicted on Tax Fraud Charges
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Donald trump's company and its longtime finance chief are charged with taking part in a tax fraud scheme the Manhattan district attorney's office unveiled charges against former president Donald trump's company Thursday charging the trump organization and its finance chief it what prosecutor Kerry done termed a sweeping and audacious tax fraud scheme according to prosecutors chief financial officer Alan Weissenberg allegedly received more than one point seven million dollars in off the books compensation that included apartment rent car payments and school tuition trump organization attorney Alan Futerfas had a different take I believe the political forces driving today's events are just that the trump organization and see a full Wiesel bird pleaded not guilty former president Donald Trump was not charged at this stage of the investigation hi Mike Crossey up
"kerry" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Four gardy involved with the case took legal action against the authors the publishers and even the shops that sold the book they settled the dispute out of court and received settlements totaling over one hundred and twenty seven thousand euros january of two thousand eighteen. Joanna hayes received an official apology from the state and the acting garda commissioner after a dna sample from blood taken at the time of the investigation finally proved that she wasn't the mother of baby. John the parents or killers of baby. John have never been found the undertaker. Tom cornyn arranged and paid for his funeral. The simple headstone read quote. I am the kerry baby christened on april fourteen thousand nine hundred eighty four named john. I forgive the grave. Has been repeatedly vandalized over the years by person or persons unknown. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute app or follow us on instagram at murder minute..
"kerry" Discussed on Murder Minute
"It was there that she met the father of her children. Jeremiah block jeremiah. Was married with children so joe am lived with her daughter. Her mother her aunt and her siblings on the family farm. She hid the pregnancy and by april. Her relationship with jeremiah was over joanne. Hayes told police that she gave birth alone on april twelfth but her baby died shortly after she then buried the infant on her family's farm. Burials like this were common as babies who were born out of wedlock or weren't baptized. Were not permitted to be buried in consecrated ground. Babies like joannes received home. Burials after this traumatic birth joanne needed medical attention and it was through the hospital that these authorities discovered her as the guardian interrogated joann. She begged and pleaded insisting that if they would just allow her to show them her baby's grave on the farm. She could prove that she was not responsible for baby john. They refused the gardy threatened that she would be jailed for murder and that her daughter would be sent away to an orphanage on may first after a long interrogation joanne. Hayes confessed to the murder of baby. John her siblings mother and aunt also signed statements confessing their involvement all with drew their confessions. But joanne hayes was charged with murder. The next day the remains of joanne's baby were found in a field on the families. Justice test confirmed that. The baby's blood type was oh matching joanne. And the baby's father jeremiah. Lock baby john was blood type eight. Meaning that baby. John could not be joanne and jeremiah's china but the gardy weren't done with joanne yet. They put forward a theory of hetero paternal superfit condition the guardian alleged that in a twenty four hour period joann had had sex with two men of different blood types and wasn't pregnant by both later giving birth to twins each with a different father and a different blood type. The investigation led to a tribunal of inquiry known. As the kerry babies tribunal. It was held in tralee and in nineteen eighty five and lasted eighty. Two days the tribunal was meant to look into the investigation itself but instead it became a trial of joannes moral character for months. Doohan was subjected to humiliating questions. Forced to reveal personal and intimate details about her sex life. Her anatomy her menstrual cycles and her use of contraception jeremiah. Lock was asked whether joann was virgin when he had. I had sex with her legal team. Even presented detailed maps of the locations. Where the two had been intimate together. The tribunal was so distressing for joanne that she collapsed was sick. A number of times and at one point even had to be sedated. Women's rights groups sympathized with joanne and picketed. Outside throughout the kerry babies tribunal. They sent her letters support and yellow roses in solidarity protesters carried signs with messages that read. We support joanne. His compassion not blame. Women are outraged and joanne is a victim not a criminal. The murder charge for the death of baby. John was dropped but joannes life would never be the same the tribunal found that she had precipitated the death of her own baby on the farm. The judge found that. Joanne choked her baby to death. Despite the state pathologist listing it's cause of death as inclusive and having no physical evidence for this theory there were no charges. Joanne and her family's confessions were coerced through police abuse. Both physical and psychological came to nothing. The tribunal cleared them of wrongdoing but they would not escape criticism. The case became the subject of two books. Nell mccafferty's a woman to blame and my story. An account co written by joanne hayes herself with john barrett
"kerry" Discussed on Murder Minute
"On saturday april fourteenth nineteen eighty-four. In cahiers sabine in county kerry ireland a local man jack griffin was out for a jog on white strand fees when he saw what looked like a doll wedged between the rocks in a plastic back. It was the body of a newborn baby. Boy he had been strangled. His neck was broken and his tiny body had twenty eight stab wounds. Four of them were in his heart. The baby was about five days old born on or about the seventh of april and had been dead for two days the irish police known as the gardy recalled and they in turn called the undertaker. Tom carnitine when he arrived tom. Cruise into the baby with water from a nearby freshwater stream. He placed him in a small casket and gave him a name john. The gardy suspected the baby's mother specifically an unmarried mother perhaps a teenage girl or woman who was having an affair with a married man in catholic ireland in the early eighties. Abortion was illegal as was divorce condoms were only available with a prescription and birth control. Pills were only prescribed to married women. Both were difficult to obtain any sex education or lack thereof was laid out by the church. Young unmarried woman found herself pregnant. Her parents could send her away to a church. Run home where she would have her baby in secret and then the nuns would take it away for adoption. Irish women few options could use. Evine was a small town in police. Knew that someone with no something. They questioned women all over town even physically examining some of them for signs of a recent pregnancy before long. They found a suspect joanne hayes. Joanne hayes was a twenty five year old single mother who lived roughly forty miles away. In abbey dorney north kerry. She had recently been pregnant but wasn't anymore and no one had seen a baby. Joanne worked as a receptionist at a gym. It was there that she met the father of her children. Jeremiah block jeremiah. Was married with children so joe am lived with her daughter. Her mother her aunt and her siblings on the family farm. She hid the pregnancy and by april. Her relationship with jeremiah was over joanne. Hayes told police that she gave birth alone on april twelfth but her baby died shortly after she then buried the infant on her family's farm. Burials like this were common as babies who were born out of wedlock or weren't baptized. Were not permitted to be buried in consecrated ground. Babies like joannes received home. Burials after this traumatic birth joanne needed medical attention and it was through the hospital that these authorities discovered her as the guardian interrogated joann. She begged and pleaded insisting that if they would just allow her to show them her baby's grave on the farm. She could prove that she was not responsible for baby john. They refused
"kerry" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Welcome back to murder minute. On saturday april fourteenth nineteen eighty-four. In cahiers sabine in county kerry ireland a local man jack griffin was out for a jog on white strand fees when he saw what looked like a doll wedged between the rocks in a plastic back..
"kerry" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Welcome to murder minute. On today's episode the kerry babies. But i your true crime headlines a man already in prison for murder has been charged with murder in a nineteen eighty. Nine cold-case killing in virginia fifty five year old. Jose rodriguez cruz who was imprisoned for killing a former girlfriend and federal worker in washington. A decade ago pleaded guilty to second degree murder on monday to slaying. His estranged wife who disappeared from her virginia home in nineteen eighty nine in nineteen ninety one. Rodriguez's remains were found along a highway median in stafford county but they were unidentified until twenty eighteen when dna testing confirmed her identity in october of twenty nineteen. Jose rodriguez crews was charged with killing marta. Haiti rigas then twenty eight years old. According to authorities. Jose rodriguez cruz said at the time that his wife had left the country and that her remains were identified for years because the sister of his second wife had assumed her identity. Jose rodriguez cruise is already serving a twelve year. Prison sentence for killing another woman forty seven year old. Pamela butler had her home in washington. In two thousand nine he also dumped her body in stafford under his plea agreement of first degree. Murder charge was reduced and a charge of concealing a dead body was dropped. Jose rodriguez crews could face an additional forty years in prison. His sentencing is scheduled for february fourth. Twenty twenty one. A texas man has been sentenced to life in prison for his role in the slayings of candace couple. Who were killed after a novel. Worker ordered their deaths as part of a fictitious carnival mafia thirty seven year. Old rusty frazier is one of several people charged in the july twenty eighteen deaths of alfred and polling carpenter who were working as vendors at the barton county. Kansas fair prosecutor said that the carpenters were killed at the fair and their bodies. Were then taken to arkansas..
"kerry" Discussed on The Frame
"I'm John. Horn asked the entertainment industry begins the slow process of returning to work. Will there be as Carrie? Washington says a real shift in institutional practices can there be a different and more diverse Hollywood. We know because of the coronavirus. There will be changes in how people do their work. But. What about the work itself? How far will the industry reset? Actually go? This is Hollywood the sequel. Welcome to our new podcast from La Studios. Each week were sitting down with some of the sharpest minds in the entertainment business to talk about where Hollywood might be headed as it returns to work. We'll get into the external changes for production marketing distribution, and with the movie theater business in tatters. What even defines ahead? We'll also explore the biggest question of all. Will there be systemic change that finally corrects the inequalities that may have been acknowledged, but hardly repaired. And that's where we'll begin this first episode with actor and producer. Kerry Washington. You know her from the TV series scandal. We spoke initially in mid-may, and we'll share that conversation in a bit, but after the killings of George Floyd Brianna, Taylor Ahmad Arboretum and the protests against police, brutality and systemic racism that followed we wanted to get carries thoughts on how this moment might affect the entertainment industry and America itself. I think one of the things that is challenging to. METABOLIZE is that. Not, that much has changed for black people in the last couple of weeks. But there's a different response to it. And so I think. The sentiments of the moment that feel revelatory. I don't feel like those feelings belong to me this. This is not a moment of revelation, but I'm watching the revelation. Unfold around me for people. And I'm grateful that that as a not even as a country, but that the world is showing up for black lives. In a different way. But this is what what has been the reality, this level of danger and anger and fear and. Maybe trauma lack of safety like these have been the realities for black Americans since there were black Americans. There are fundamental differences between a moment and a turning point and I'm wondering optimistically even. Is there a way that real change not only in the country, but also in the business that you work in. Can come out of this. I think so. I think I can hope so. You know I mean we're not. None of us have a crystal ball. It'll be the historians that tell us years from now whether this was a flash point a turning point. But I? I it feels it certainly feels for me like something is different, and like we have to be willing to look at ourselves. Regardless of what industry were in. Do you hope comes out of it? What are you hope changes I? Mean what what would you say would mark progress or change? I think a more radical acceptance of Anti Racist, society policies and culture because I think what people are realizing is that it's not enough to just not be racist that because our institutions. Were built. In the fabric of racism because our country was born, you know with. Black Americans being designated a fraction of human being like it's. It's not enough to just not be racist. We have to be actively anti-racist. and for that desire to come from. A deep. Understanding that we all deserve full rights of humanity. Yes all lives matter, but accepting that to be an anti-racist society. We have to affirm that black lives matter. I think that's I. think that's where we're at I think people are finally kind of. That and our institutions need to understand that not just. Interpersonal relationships, it's important that we're having those conversations that our dinner tables in in our classrooms, but also at the highest levels in our systems of government in our systems that are supposedly built for public safety. We have to ask ourselves. Who Do we deem the public? And who do we deem the enemy? so. I, I'm hoping that I'm hoping that that this all of this new. revelatory reflection lends itself to transformation, not just the hearts and minds, but also institutional practices, and those institutions can include you know arts organizations like the theater industry. Because there's this letter Hashtag, we see you which calls out racism in the theater. It signed by people like Sterling K.. Brown is Array Lin Manuel Miranda I. Think you shared it on twitter. What comes out of that and the best possible outcome to me. It seems really obvious like. We look at ourselves to get better and do better. That's the that's the practice of self. Reflection is to ask ourselves how we can do better so I mean even the language of inclusivity and diversity right like when we say that we're committed to diversity its diverse from what we're still centering whiteness as the most important thing and allowing or inviting diversity around that or when we talk about inclusivity. They're still an in out, so we're still centering certain kinds of people and you know maybe in tiny fractions allowing admitting other people to the table, so there's just so much of it that needs to be reexamined and and look at and and I. I mean the. The simple answer is what I hope comes out of. It is a lot of good. That we can see. Better and have courage to make room for each other..
"kerry" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"A little background noise can We went to the Pasta bar before we sat down. How little of that delicious Italian Fun then we clean the Zucchini out of our teeth in the Eggplant, and we sat down and talked first about her film. American son, the new Netflix film. That's got a lot of people talking. Now Kerry Washington on the Sunday. Sit down. podcast Kerry thanks for doing this for having me here that Anticosti. There are you feeling great good? So I was just telling you minute ago. This morning I got off the air. and. I sat in a dark office in Wash American, son and just. Go Walk around the block for so good and so intense well done. For people haven't seen the play. How do you describe it first of all before we dig into the component parts sure so. The whole film I play now film takes place in real time ninety minutes in the lobby of a police precinct, and it's the story of black mom. They buy me and a White Dad who are desperately looking for their eighteen year old son, who's just gone missing and they know he's had some kind of altercation with the COPS, but they don't know what's happened, so it's really. Really that like dropping into that parents, worst nightmare of not being able to track your kid down and spending time with them to learn kind of how extra complicated it is when that child you're looking for is black and is involved with law enforcement, so get so obviously. It was adapted from the play, but it seems to me that it's very close to what play was. Obviously the cast is the same, but the set is very similar. Wardrobe all of it. Yeah, we brought a lot of the same designers was the original cast, and we brought a lot of designers production design. Costume design I feel like I had two big desires for myself. And making the film I wanted people to leave with the same feeling they had leaving the play, which was a feeling of wanting to continue this conversation, wanting to make a change in the world wanting to be able to impact. The lives of young people so that we don't continue to have parents up in the middle of the night terrified for the outcomes of their kids. But also really wanted people to want to go to the theater, I wanted people to feel like they have been part of a theatrical experience, and to want to be part of our really beautiful theater community. So, when we did the play, I was so proud of it, but there were barriers to entry based on geography. Not Everybody can fly to New York to see a play on Broadway based on price Broadway. Tickets are expensive so being able to bring the film to Net means that it's available to anybody.
"kerry" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey guys guys here with another episode of The Sunday. Sit Down Podcast, my thanks as always clicking and listening along by guest this week. A great one Kerry Washington carries the star of the new NETFLIX's film, American son, it takes a raw look at race and policing in America Americans son started as a Broadway play. It was a hit there, and so now they've made it into a Netflix film, basically in its original Broadway form same cast. Virtually the same set, and it's a ninety minute film that just grabs you from the beginning and doesn't let you go. We'll talk about that and more in the interview I'm joined on this podcast by the producer of the podcast. Maggie Maggie, so we're just talking about how much we love Kerry wash. great actor obviously incredibly intelligent outside the realm of film takes her activism seriously incredibly well-versed on politics and issues of the day. Her big head of course was scandal. Seven seasons on scandal landed that Gig in two thousand twelve. She played Olivia. Pope a Washington fixer kind of a juicy role I think it's fair to say legally ship with the president of the United States. Everybody loved that role of Olivia Pope, but she's got a long story that started in the Bronx. She grew up with the parents, her mother of a teacher, her father realtor. She's a professor, actually her mother. And they were very skeptical. Dreams of becoming. She says she didn't want. They didn't want her to become an actress, but my favorite one of my favorite ones, and she said she was with her mom at the EMMYS and her mom sliced into a filet mignon. Starving artists. Is Her mom held up brexit. You're not going to be a starving artist, right? You got to go to college. You can do drama, but you've also got a major in something else. She believed that would be a real career. Right reoccur and Kerry talks about after college she was studying for the El set getting ready to move on from right. said she gave herself a year. I feel like most of the factors they're like. Give yourself a year, and then it's like at thing comes good I can do it and for her. That was saved the last dance. Styles afflict that launched her She's played supporting roles in Oscar winning movies like the last king of Scotland and Django unchained. viewed in Hollywood is a great actor. And she said even she was comfortable with her life as being sort of a character actor somebody. Oh, I know her, but then scandal turned all that upside down mater into an even bigger celebrity. Very private with her family. Her husband is former NFL star pro bowl, cornerback Nnamdi Awesome wa and they have three children. We get into all of that and how she now has to kind of try and work hard to keep her life private that privacy asking. The celebrity hundred. That aspect that privacy I should point out that carry and I sat down for this interview in a noisy bustling new. York City Midtown lunch spot on lunch sold tra- Toria de RTA well known place on Seventh Avenue, so there's lunch going on all around us here..
"kerry" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Hi Everyone Sophia. Bush here welcomed a work in progress where I talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where. They think they're still going. Hi Everyone I hope you're staying safe and healthy and I'm just sending everybody a little extra love this week. April twenty second is Earth Day and as we stay at home. I'm sure you've all noticed all the news or maybe just looked up and seen bluer skies and cleaner air and I think this serves as a reminder that our actions matter and we can make small changes in big changes in our lives that can truly help to save the planet. Today's guest is very special and I was so excited. Honored to talk to him. It's former secretary of state. John Kerry who has a new initiative called World War zero which is a movement to achieve net carbon zero emissions create millions of new jobs in the process and unite people. Along the way we talk about his time in service. Why working to end the climate crisis is so crucial and much more. He also touches on the twenty twenty election. Why paper ballots are so important and how we can all help. Stop voter suppression. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. And you feel inspired.
"kerry" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Not sure how Kerry finds these but I like him vision in my mind on a Friday night recording all star Saturday right past doing doing local search well washing live PD yeah it's it gets weirder talkin aquaponics enough questions pose going right as you're going to break what tell kind of water used to reattach and is this is this something sustainable for the desert well so I get this question a lot because of the fruit trees you know every tree something sustainable for the desert and really the bigger question is is four point eight million people sustainable for the desert that's really the question that we have to and that's a low number well as it being the twenty twenty cent the twenty twenty senses comes out we're probably closer to six well in the state I'm so I'm saying the Phoenix metropolitan area and you know really what we're there's a there's a balance here and the balance that we run into is all right do we ship this stuff in do you know what food miles are ever heard of food miles I have an idea but now Iraq haven't heard specifically it's Adam miles that food travels from where it's grown to where it's consumed and what do you think any guesses how many miles is the average food miles in the United States who who who make up something twelve hundred fifteen hundred to two thousand miles so when we're looking at a peach or a fish or a tomato or anything that's grown in right now blueberries in the grocery store are from Peru Chile one of the two I can't remember long way long way the environmental impact on that is huge for the you know picking it shipping it so on and so on one just a manufacturing process for oil consumes a bunch of water right right to get the stuff transferred from there to here so that's really the thing that we have to look at when we're looking at all right is growing food in the desert appropriate well first of all those four point eight million people in the in the valley secondly the environmental impact of shipping it third thing and this is a really important piece the nutritive value or the nutrition the nutritional value of the food when something is picked this isn't this doesn't include fish or maybe it does when something is picked off the vine of peaches picked that's picked one is not right if there are you know if it's coming from South America or Australia they pick it when it's not rape it could be bad by the time I got here because of a bad by the time I got here plus the nutrient density of it isn't complete so they're picking a let's just call it a pizza there picking a peach that's not fully nutrient dense and then the second they pick it and they travel it it starts degrading nutritionally so by the time it gets to the grocery store the nutritional value is less and I would suspect the same thing would be for you know fish once they kill a fish the nutritional value starts to degrade so that it's not as good for us so that's the balance that we have to look at is when we're looking at at are we gonna raise food in the desert and how we gonna raise food in the desert are we going to ship it from Nebraska or Chile or Peru or New Zealand which those are places that we ship food from all the time so that's really the bigger question is how do we look at how do we look at the the the environmental impact of the stuff and so I say grow the food locally here's the cool thing hydroponics uses ninety percent less water than that right correct yeah compared to conventional agriculture when you apply water to of field that water infiltrates into the ground the plant uses part of that and then it it it goes below the where the plants can use the that water and so warm without coupon X. you're recirculating that water you're not losing any water to the soil by infiltration you're losing the only water you're losing is the water that evaporates and the water the plants use so it during the summer during peak evaporation times evaporation or adding it may be thirty gallons of water a week to a a two hundred gallon tank so it is actually quite water efficient how many times can you recycle the water it infinite eat I've never had to empty my take I guess mother nature's done it for many the benefit of using the tilapia they can take up a high saline content water better than than other fish and so when you're adding your your tap water your fresh water you're you're reducing that salinity in the water okay you guys are really piqued my curiosity this sounds cool but it on first impression for someone listing of her it seems capital intensive there is an investment it's a do it yourself project that involves many different at where.
"kerry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Kerry a little over the average for the nation about seven thousand Bucks for credit card and about forty percent of those consumer roll their balances month after month of a lot of people to pay their bills every month credit card bills if they can it's great to do if you if not then just trying to carry huge balance I think if you got little kids you've got grandkids we'll give you a quick idea how the T. two about credit loan money for something something small the play video games they they want something that costs fifty sixty hundred box slim save some money a deposit or down payment will call out and then give them terms and and give them a bill every month to listen you only sixty dollars your interest rate is going to be ten percent and your payments going to be due on the first and if you don't buy it by the tenth even a penny a couple dollars extra into the exercise will then let them build credit with you and then let them understand that your money costs money for less money when you give a kid money out of your pocket for less money you have to feed the family pay bills or whatever situation you get it but if you want help with that exercise let me know hope you walk through that right it's powerful super powerful but on the other side of the breaker box is going to be here for the copper.
"kerry" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"I really can't believe he's still unlike. I was tired watching it for ninety you minutes. I can't believe how well you do it and how you have done it I was. We were talking about your your high school days. But I'm interested in before that when when you actually serve discovered that you were something of a performer. 'cause I know it didn't really come for your parents and they have been skeptical very skeptical. When did you you feel yourself like hey? I've got a knack for this as as resistant as my mother was to me pursuing a career in the arts because my mother is a retired professor of education so this was like crazy talk for me to be a professional artists but she is part of the reason. I mean she raised me to be a lover of the arts. I grew up in New York City. I want to be on Broadway before anything else before anybody screen because we went to tons of plays to stand in. TDF HALF PRICE GET line. It shows but when I was in high school I went to Spence here in New York and I was in a production of hamlet and I played field area and I did my grand exit when affiliate goes mad and I looked over at my mom because she was an amazing mom she she was volunteering that night giving out programs or selling coffee or whatever she was doing and she was crying and and I remember being really impacted one because my mother is not a crier but also because this woman who gave birth Timmy who held me in her body. Who knows exactly who I am if I could get hurt even for half a second to think that I'm somebody else? There's so much power in that and I just thought oh I I I need to pay attention to to that reality that I could even make. My mom believed that I was somebody else for a moment. So desert temptation than when you went to college to pursue that because he went to Gw and you studied. I mean education. It seems to me anyway. Yes you're an actor but you always put education. I should add to what I think. I work as an actor. I work very much like a social scientists to be honest. I'm always thinking about the psychology of the character. How they became who they are how they express the performance of their identity in everyday life and Kinda Goffman esque way But also I'm thinking about as I mentioned the history of the sociology. The anthropology. What are their rituals societies? Did they belong to what cultural factors helped to create the dynamics of who who they are and how they're behaving in the world so I I work very much as a social scientist my work and my liberal arts background has a lot to do with that but I was also in college on a the scholarship which was great. Because I you know I I usually say it was kind of like being on the basketball team like I got the money. 'cause I wasn't gonNA GONNA get benched. I would audition for every show and I got to do a ton of theater while I was there and it was the first time that I realized. Oh this institution is willing to give me an enormous amount of money and paying a big portion of the fees for my degree with my acting. So maybe I could make a living doing this. The center no will. That's a crazy idea but here seems to be working out pretty well so far so good as we've been talking about that it's all going tomorrow. Yes yes it will. It will work so hard every disappear at any moment. What was your first paying Gig as an actor actor remember what it was? Yeah my first paying gig as an actor was oh wait. I actually was in a theater company in high school So not on camera camera was in a theater company it was a really Groundbreaking Theater Company. We actually became the model for theatre and education for the National Institute of Health. Because we were doing a show so in the early nineties around AIDS prevention HIV prevention education. So it was a a show that was about safer sex and homosexuality strategy and self esteem and drug use that we would perform a different high schools and community centres paying Geico a pain gig or two so. When was the once you're out of college? When is the moment where you do say I can do this for living like this is the break through and this is what? I'm going to be a year after graduating tweeting where I had to book something really significant or I was going to go back to graduate school or law school. I was studying for all sides. I was preparing to have a real backup plan because I didn't I didn't I didn't know that this would work and I was skeptical doubtful But in that year book to my very first independent film called our Song Song which was nominated for the cast of Eddie's award at the Independent Film Festival and I also save the last dance within that first year in. Save the last dance. I said what's the breakthrough was the one I think so I mean maybe I think we have this desire to believe in the overnight Success of artists. But I think it's more common wage. I think I've been really lucky to be a part of very special productions. Civilised dance and ray unless King of Scotland each of those films kind of moved the needle for me in different ways than than you mentioned of course scandal everything your life everything. How did that role I come up for you and what did you think when you read? Olivia it was interesting. Making the choice to do. TV was an intensely because because up until that point in my career I had really been able to be a working successful character actor where I was kind of disappearing into these different roles and nobody really connected that. The African African lady from last King of Scotland was Shineo from save the last dance a warrant putting those pieces together so I had I was able to pay my bills but have a pretty normal life and television changes all of that When I read the script I loved her? I actually have the experience of the rowing script across crossed the room at some point because I just thought like these writers no me like this feels like it was written for me. That's not throwing an anger. It's like I couldn't believe how it felt from me. But I still had to audition and got the part and so how did that change your life. I mean you talked about being a character director now. Everybody knows you yeah. There's no denying that when you walk down a an entity handle that level of celebrity with the popularity of the show I think luckily right before then. I had made some decisions about privacy and wanting to partly because I liked being a character actor and I liked liked people being able to suspend disbelief and believe that I'm other people and so I didn't I didn't I decided not to talk about my personal life that much in the press because they'd they'd have some experiences where I had talked about my personal life and it didn't feel good And so that became more and more challenging with the successive excessive scandal. But I really tried to still navigate it within that framework that must be hard to do on some level right important and critical and I totally respect But is it hard to. I'm sure there's some temptation to share so here we go. That'd be family. I have moments where like I take pictures or videos of one of my three amazing kids and I want to bake posted online and I tend to just send it to my parents to my shrink instead of like my kids are so you. You don't WanNa post about them so look cute. They are a private in a string and he loves yeah. That's true. It's not great when I get parenting feedback. Incidentally based something you heard me say on the back in the background of video oh but you open yourself up yeah exactly also WanNa ask you about some things you have coming up. Yeah like some project absolutely incredible little fires everywhere it's based on soliciting bestselling novel It's such a beautiful novel and both recent. I tried our best to do it. Justice The scripts are fantastic and we play really different women different kinds of moms and and it's a lot about kind of how we define what it is is to be a good mother and who gets to be a good mother and how we let go of our kids and when it feels like when our kids identify with a different mother other than yourself and it's really a very very special project my right that you and reese and this is an observation from a distance. Yeah are similar. You're smart in driven like produce indirect direct control. Yeah the outcome. That's really sweet. I think that as a compliment because she is really. She's a force but yeah if my Dad said that my dad was visiting us on set and he said you guys are so similar. You're like photo negatives of each other black and white version or maybe the north and South version of each. There's yeah there's a lot of ambition but also ambition for good and we both believe that ambition is not a bad word that that it's okay to be driven and to want to create not only opportunity for ourselves but for all the other artists and artisans that get to be employed when we produce content content in the world. So what are your parents think now the skeptics early. I want to be an actor and look at. What did they say how funny? When I was one of the the few times that I've been nominated for an emmy? I brought my parents with me to the ceremony and I waited until my mom was was slicing into her. Her filet Mignon at the governor's ball and I was like starving artists. How you doing? Who starving now? That was always her thing. I just want the starving artist which of course at the time I thought was so unsupportive but now I'm a mom I get it. Just you want your kids to be safe in in the world you want them to be. Okay which again you know is is what American son is about. It's just that universal parental desire for your kids to be safe stick around to hear more from Kerry Washington on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast including what her childhood was like growing up in the Bronx and the responsibility she felt after she was cast as the first black female lead in a network drama in forty years on the hit show scandal. Hey it's josh megawatts from dateline. Do you need your true crime fix on the GAO. Dateline episodes are now available in podcasts..
"kerry" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey guys guys here with another episode of The Sunday. Sit Down podcast. My thanks is always clicking and listening along by guest this week a a great one Kerry Washington carries the star of the new net flix film American son. It takes a raw look at race and policing in America Americans son started as a Broadway play. It was a hit there and so now. They've made it into a Netflix film. Basically in its original Broadway form same cast virtually the same set. And it's a ninety minute film. That just grabs you from the beginning and doesn't let you go. We'll talk about that and more in the interview. I'm joined on this podcast by the producer of the podcast Maggie Maggie. So we're just talking about how much we love Kerry wash Great actor obviously obviously Incredibly intelligent outside the realm of film takes her activism seriously incredibly well-versed on politics listen issues of the day. Her big head of course was scandal. Seven seasons on scandal. She landed that Gig in two thousand twelve. She played Olivia Pope a Washington fixer kind of a juicy role. I think it's fair to say leadership with the president of the United States. Everybody loved that role of Olivia via pope. But she's got a long story that started in the Bronx. She grew up With the parents her mother of a teacher her father realtor realtor. She's a professor actually her mother and they were very skeptical. She says she didn't want they didn't want her to become an actress. But my favorite favorite one of my favorite ones. And she said she was with her mom at the EMMYS and her mom sliced into a filet mignon. She says starving artists as her mom held up secured. Not going to be a starving artist. You got to go to college. You can do drama. But you've also got a major in something else. She believed that would be a real career right. A real oh kirk and Kerry talks about. After College. She was studying for the El set. Getting Ready to move on from right said she gave herself a year. I feel like most of the factors. They're like give yourself a ear and then it's like right at thing comes nightmare did I can do it and for her. That was saved the last dance styles afflict that launched her She's played supporting roles in Oscar. Winning movies. Like the last king of Scotland and Django unchained Viewed in Hollywood is a great actor and she said even she was comfortable bowl with her life as being sort of a character actor. Somebody oh I know her. But then scandal turned all that upside down mater into an even bigger celebrity Very private with her family. Yes her husband is former NFL star. Pro Bowl cornerback. Nnamdi Awesome Wa And they have three children we get into all of of that and how she now has to kind of try and work hard to keep her life private private asking the celebrity hundred that aspect that privacy. I should point out that carry and I sat down for this interview a noisy bustling New York City midtown lunch spot on lunch. Sold tra- Toria de la Tei well known place on and Seventh Avenue So there's lunch going on all around us here. A little background noise We went to the Pasta bar before we sat down. How little of that delicious Italian food? Then we clean the Zucchini out of our teeth in the eggplant and we sat down and talked first about her film. American son the new Netflix Film. That's got a lot of people talking. Now Kerry Washington on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast Kerry. Thanks for doing this for having me here. That anticosti there. Are you feeling great. Good so I was just telling you minute ago this this morning I got off the air and I sat in a dark office in Wash American son and just go walk around the block for so good and so intense. Thanks for people. Haven't seen the play. Yeah how do you describe it. First of all before we dig into the component parts. Sure so so The whole film I play now film takes place in real time ninety minutes in the lobby of a police precinct. And it's the story three of black mom. They buy me and a White Dad who are desperately looking for their eighteen year old son. Who's just gone missing? And they know he's had some kind vocation with the cops but they don't know what's happened so it's really that like dropping into that parents worst nightmare of not being able to track your kid down and spending spending time with them to learn kind of how extra complicated it is. When that child you're looking for is black and is involved with law enforcement so obviously it was adapted from the play but it seems to me that it's very close to what play was? Obviously the cast is the same but the set is very similar. Wardrobe all of it. Yeah we brought. A lot of the same designers was the original cast and we brought a lot of designers production design costume. Tim designed I feel like I had two big desires for myself and making the film I wanted people to leave with the same feeling. They had leaving the play which she was a feeling of wanting to continue this conversation wanting to make a change in the world wanting to be able to impact the lives of young people so that we don't continue not to have parents up in the middle of the night terrified for the outcomes of their kids but also really wanted people to want to go to the theater. I wanted people to feel like they have been part of a theatrical experience and to want to be part of our really beautiful theater community unity so when we did the play I was so proud of it but there were barriers to entry based on geography. Not Everybody can fly to New York to see a play on Broadway based on price Broadway. Tickets are expensive so being able to bring the film to Net Flix means that it's available to anybody all over the world all the people on social media and uh-huh Paris and Brussels and London and South Paulo and South Africa. All these people who were saying like we have these issues in our community. We wish we could see it now. They can which is exciting. was there any temptation as you moved it from Broadway to net flicks to sort of make it more Hollywood's and make it more of a movie because it doesn't seem to me like you compromise sermon. Yeah I really. I think it was important to us because theater is so much about the written word. And and the magic of the playwright. We didn't change a single word but we did. We did take take some visual liberties you know. We added these popout moments. Where things that we talk about in the play you can now see them? The the memory of the first time we met the memory of Kendra argument with Jamal when she describes being in bed and and worrying.
"kerry" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Kerry was the American the only American officials would spend that much time with an Iranian official in American history that deal as we now appears to be unraveling and the company discretion has pulled out of it what was that like watching it I know it was like covering it but being on the inside and seeing what those teams are trying to do yeah couple things first of all I knew John Kerry as a political reporter and sort of the public caricature almost of him but to see him in those meetings the patients in the creativity and the stick to witness that he displayed all the way through and then also as a driving force behind that he was hurting cats all the time whether it was the P. five plus one nations use you and several towers the world powers the the to trying to get the E. U. on board to then actually losing most of the technical and back to back and forth negotiations with Iran and so he had multiple constituencies that he was trying to handle it one time and so he gave me a real appreciation for for him as a diplomat in that way but also for the challenge of creating something that's what I think when you cast that aside this was not the US in on making a nuclear deal this was the US working with unanimously all the members of the UN security council and the twenty eight member European Union when's the last time they agreed on anything and they all unanimously agreed to this and now we walked away from that so that that unraveling I think it's come at some expense to our credibility into you know the future stability of that area and you write a bit about John Kerry the man as for the personal journey that you saw him take particularly when he went back as America's top diplomat to Vietnam right tell me about that particularly at I think a personal experience of him meeting for Viet Cong right we made four trips there and this was something that I always knew about is the myth of John Kerry Kerry in Vietnam almost synonymous both good and bad he was a soldier who then became an anti war activist but then we went back to their and culminating in his final visit went back up the river we had his most famous battle while he was a soldier and we're he engaged in this firefight that drew a lot of derision accusations of him being a war criminal fuel for the swift boat veterans for truth and you know what when we came back to the doctor was a Viet Cong soldier there the total John Kerry the person he killed was an actual combat and was not a child was not shot in the back and in it could apply to a lot of the myths that have been around him in so to stand there and see this person give him this truth at this time was amazing experience to witness and I think you know put a nice close to us a life of public service that began when he was a navy lieutenant and then finished all the way as a secretary of state you were a journalist and then you worked with journalists in communication when you were working for the secretary when you see the loss of press access if you will press briefings that are carried out under this administration when you think the impact is I think it's a real loss in specially for the administration itself when you're diplomat and you go into a diplomatic engagement you have two constituencies you're obviously doing face to face with somebody and trying to negotiate in your best interest also trying to sell what you are doing and let the public know about what it is and why you're doing it every all the trips that we want the secretary hundred nine one of my jobs was to help plan the events that we did for him while we were overseas so wasn't just so that she could see and learn and do things it was so that people could understand what he was about and what was of interest to him one thank you so much the book is window seat on the world we'll be right back that's it for us thank you for watching we want to congratulate.
"kerry" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"You know what this tells me the kerry's is i think i think that the what's going to happen now is you're going to see the error of celebrity presidents as unfortunate that's how you know what i mean that's the only reason he won because he was a of face from tv and that that really goes well with middle america with no previous political experience and that can it reminds you of like i think it was two 92 was the first year the olympics were instead of having like the best amateur basketball players for example it was all the pros and then hockey and then we destroyed everybody but that's what i mean rights which is we just went right to just it's just professional teams basically professional allstar allstars i think it's the same thing what's going to happen now with american politics where i think you will see for example the rock run for president at some point it might even actually win that's what he said on saturday night live saw i watched saturday night live parity the white house so awesome it's good alec baldwin is so good to be in melissa joined oh she by slicer yes as civilised is here sunday a lot of people don't don't get to like for you and i as guys that tour the world like when when trump did get voted in i happen to be onto our kimura was with the wsb at the time and all of the europeans were mortified on sure mortified if i haven't done many or interviews since i've been here for the first time since that went down because i know they're just gonna wanna hit me up in historically i've had no opinion now i've got all the opinion and i have gone on the record and set it at rare right now i know what's up and i can actually have a smart conversation with foreign magazines in in in publications but um i have really done many on the i'm expecting it because i know i said for for months they're just world's laughing at us you know i'm laughing at us and more in agony than anything else.
"kerry" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour
"Kerry the i'll say yet here's a la la new jeez the com neil medicines more now as his we got sick and by aichi bullshits interested in zana's on nope not a bit nervous zone rather than disturb have you in ceuta nick mm waffling he recited linking laws atheism yes nick yes brennan's up enough whom who she these they briefly with hey x files communist angry whose pay for this report not ease nick it is a modern it on evident it would pay then he fill in who you're not it wasn't the oils abide feld hateley the point now within the first second physical wall els looney sale nick ex employed lots nick this plausibly at a so the idea of six when needs we plan crop the or inviting him.