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Fresh "Thomas Frank" from Ringer FC

Ringer FC

00:26 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Thomas Frank" from Ringer FC

"Would have looked at you like you were actually being weird. That's the speed at which Guardiola is able to evolve. His attack is kind of amazing actually. It is amazing. More props to David Moyes and West Ham. Great victory for them. Yeah. Yeah, that being supposed one now. A quarter of the season basically gone and west hammer fourth absolutely incredible. Let's also shout out. Might sound weird, but I want to shout out Bremen, even though they lost two one to Leicester. But first of all, I want to show you his elements. Absolutely wonder goal, and then in the priuses for Madison's goal as well, was unbelievable. Yes. It was so good. It's so good, so good, actually, what I say as well about this whole thing. Madison celebration, the crowd, the hush celebration, what must they have been saying? My first thing was like, do you have a score for like 20 odd games? Or while whatever it was, that's a big deal for you. But the celebration must have been like, they must have been saying a lot. They must be. Let's go away everyone here. And George Frank said it after the game. The other is amazing post match interview where he was just like, we absolutely smashed them in the first half. Doesn't everyone get away with it at Brentford these days? Really, it's so impressive. You compare Thomas Frank and branford to Daniel farke and Norwich and it's strange from Norris because obviously Fox has been here before. I know that the clubs may have different ambitions or different approaches and they're very differently run clubs. And Norwich actually getting into Premier League, banking the money going back down to the championship, having fun in the championship. That's not a bad. That's not really a bad. A bad vibe is a fan. Because the Trump is a megaphone league. It's not a tool. But bramford are making it so, so, so difficult for absolutely everyone that goes there, right? Think about it now. They probably should have probably should have been Leicester. They deserve to win, I think. Yeah. They probably should have been Chelsea. Good value for the organization. Very good value. The Brian game was a tricky one. They still had the better chances, I think in that game and they could have easily won. They deserved at least a point. And they were absolutely mega value for that too. You know, went over arsenal. Yeah. That is hard to it's hard to overstate, basically. How good they're doing. Yeah. It is really, really impressive from them. They've done a beautiful job. They're so fun to watch as well. And just mad props. Southampton Burnley two all leads late penalty. Salvaging a point against wolves and palace had a goal to sell out at the end. Probably fairly against Newcastle, but benteke. Tech is on one. Yeah. He's back, taking names. Taking ass and taking names. Let's.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:39 min | 1 hr ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Would have looked at you like you were actually being weird. That's the speed at which Guardiola is able to evolve. His attack is kind of amazing actually. It is amazing. More props to David Moyes and West Ham. Great victory for them. Yeah. Yeah, that being supposed one now. A quarter of the season basically gone and west hammer fourth absolutely incredible. Let's also shout out. Might sound weird, but I want to shout out Bremen, even though they lost two one to Leicester. But first of all, I want to show you his elements. Absolutely wonder goal, and then in the priuses for Madison's goal as well, was unbelievable. Yes. It was so good. It's so good, so good, actually, what I say as well about this whole thing. Madison celebration, the crowd, the hush celebration, what must they have been saying? My first thing was like, do you have a score for like 20 odd games? Or while whatever it was, that's a big deal for you. But the celebration must have been like, they must have been saying a lot. They must be. Let's go away everyone here. And George Frank said it after the game. The other is amazing post match interview where he was just like, we absolutely smashed them in the first half. Doesn't everyone get away with it at Brentford these days? Really, it's so impressive. You compare Thomas Frank and branford to Daniel farke and Norwich and it's strange from Norris because obviously Fox has been here before. I know that the clubs may have different ambitions or different approaches and they're very differently run clubs. And Norwich actually getting into Premier League, banking the money going back down to the championship, having fun in the championship. That's not a bad. That's not really a bad. A bad vibe is a fan. Because the Trump is a megaphone league. It's not a tool. But bramford are making it so, so, so difficult for absolutely everyone that goes there, right? Think about it now. They probably should have probably should have been Leicester. They deserve to win, I think. Yeah. They probably should have been Chelsea. Good value for the organization. Very good value. The Brian game was a tricky one. They still had the better chances, I think in that game and they could have easily won. They deserved at least a point. And they were absolutely mega value for that too. You know, went over arsenal. Yeah. That is hard to it's hard to overstate, basically. How good they're doing. Yeah. It is really, really impressive from them. They've done a beautiful job. They're so fun to watch as well. And just mad props. Southampton Burnley two all leads late penalty. Salvaging a point against wolves and palace had a goal to sell out at the end. Probably fairly against Newcastle, but benteke. Tech is on one. Yeah. He's back, taking names. Taking ass and taking names. Let's.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:16 min | 6 d ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Battle to be the one true football managing Tommy. So Thomas Frank took static benford clash with Tommy two holes European champion Chelsea for the first time since 1947, and the mighty B cell audacious so optimistic that this opening, and I Premier League existence has been so bloody joyful and they've taken on all comers with confidence and consistency. And you kind of knew they'd relish the chance to have at you in their tiny bare pit, right? Yeah, it was a great bear pit. And you know, this is a great team. You know, this was a great result in the end. Perhaps fortunate result, but it was a great result. Chelsea started well, roger, pin Brentford back, certainly looked, you know, in control, but struggled to find poor genuine clear opportunities to put the ball in the back of the net, well, on opportunities to put the ball in the back of the net, which is always difficult when team I was playing. But gradually they definitely started their dominance in the first half. And I think they deserved their opener. Can we talk about Romney Lukaku for a moment? 5 games without a goal ahead of this one. And the days in which we perhaps prematurely held him as a cheat code in the final piece in the puzzle after slapping arsenal feel, well, like a different eon. Never mind. Score the gent is really on the ball right now. I think he had similar 18 touches in this one. How do you understand it? Look, I think there's definitely a question mark on Romelu Lukaku right now. I think it's probably a little premature because it hasn't been a poor start for him. He's scored, you know, he's scored goals. He's assisted goals. He's got himself in great positions, and he works hard as he did. Again, this week, I think the bigger question is exactly, you know, Tommy Tuchel is being challenged a little bit right now because of injuries because of lack of form and his seems to be struggling to find his best side and find the way he wants to play going forward. This was yet a new combination sitting behind Romelu Lukaku. He doesn't seem to have adjusted yet to playing Mason Mount football. Having said that, I thought the Loftus cheek was superb in this game, you know, arguably our best outfield player. But just not a lot of great service into romulo from either wing. Alongside him, Timo Verna maintaining is avant garde performance art of a striker unable to score. We've been told he's going to come good for about four or 5 months now, but Chelsea's why admire about them. In need of a goal? Let's lower our defenders to their scoring massive goal thing again. And in either Bennett time, 45 minutes plus two, I think it was Chelsea's only shot uncle or game David. Yeah, it was. And it seemed to come out of nowhere. Yes, out of pressure. But out of nowhere and chilwell, who's, you know, after being very, very quiet, even invisible for the first few weeks of the season, he's now back and seems to be automatic first choice at left back. After Dave cross spanking the ball home, no sweet, sweet, red and white nets at Brentford. Making the finish see me for more stunning, some week for Benny C, it's got his first goal of season last weekend against Southampton. First ever in England, Jersey, midweek now this reports of his demise. Greatly exaggerated, but Brentford. So well coached so game. Look at them. Eddie can't help but think of our U.S. men's national team and the difference a great coach can make to a squad. They are so bloody determined and it should be said Kovacic was off in this one. The midfield battle tilted to the bees in that second half, they continued to land their punch, ten shots on target and onslaught. It's honestly it was a miracle that they didn't score a few. If you're an alien landing at the stadium and you went up to a humanoid and said, who are these two teams and the humanoid just said, yeah, one of them is about to go top of the table. A road thinking alien would guess must be Brentford, right? They were superb. That final 20 minutes or so were just unbelievable. Chelsea doing everything they could and working so hard defensively trying to hold on to win the game. But Brentford had all the pressure and just fired up by their crowd rod and their manager to unbelievable that they couldn't put the ball in the back of the net. Brentford XG expected goals for the game was 1.88. Chelsea's XG for the game was 0.28, which tells you pretty well all you need to know is a home crowd bellowed. We're going to score in a minute, Tony came closer, but Édouard Mendy was allure alive. He carried everything down the stretch. Saved after to save one, off his face like jossi, but in a good way. I mean, mendy to me is the highland of goalkeepers. And remember, I wrote this in my newsletter today that when Peter check was in his pomp, fans, particularly also fans used to say when you play Chelsea, it's like because of check, they start one nil up, which actually, the more you think about it, the less makes any sense at all. But mendy is that good at the moment. It's like check Ethan. This probably is when Frank Lampard watches this team, he regards this as perhaps his greatest legacy that he didn't believe in Kappa. He sat capper and him and his old mate pettick signed Édouard Mendy and boredom in, and it was a brilliant, brilliant brilliant move. They found a guy who has immediately adjusted the Premier League and become, you know, if not its top keeper, top three, where they haven't been in that position for a long time. Thomas Frank, the Brentford manager said his team should hold their head high in defeat his words were top performance. They nicked a win. They got a very lucky win. They won the Champions League a few months ago and we got promoted from the playoffs. I mean, this team shocked arsenal, went toe to toe with Liverpool in that drawer, almost. You know, I mean, ultimately, you got a credit bloody Chelsea in this one for holding on and emerging from the fighting pits and marine with all three points, David. Yeah, look, it's what it's what it's do. I actually believe Brentford got promoted on the same day that Chelsea won the Champions League roger Chelsea are that kind of a team. They're top of the league and they're certainly not playing the best football in the league. And certainly not playing their best football right now, but they're top of the league and just winning, holding on to win, holding on finding a way to win is something that's successful teams do. Agree, they are top of the table and no one's talking about them. That's what's so surreal about this match day of football. They took all three points clean sheet to a miraculous one and I love this stat with the win. Chelsea are the first side from the capital to win 7 consecutive away London derbies in the English football league history. Kings are the big smoke Devo. Look at you now. Look at us now. We'll be back to talk the rest of this weekend's Premier League action after a quick word from the gfo piece at policy genius..

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"thomas frank" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on ESPN FC

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"thomas frank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar is good 41 degrees. Teachers have serious concerns about this plan. You hear our voices? We're professionals, and we will be able to bridge any gaps created this school year. Thomas Frank is the vice president of the Cincinnati Federation of Teachers. He is not in favor of the district's plan to go back to a blended learning model starting the week of February. 1st. The school board has reaffirmed its decision to do that, and a Thursday statement from board President Caroline Jones says the movies being made based on the advice of health partners. Load transmission within buildings, the rollout of the vaccine to staff and more governor DeWine wants to start giving the vaccine to school staff across the state starting in February, even though Ohio does not have enough vaccine to cover members of the general public currently eligible. I'm Jack Crumley news radio 700 wlw in the fight against Cove. It latest numbers in Ohio 7257 recoveries today that race is the total. 637,463 the recovery's almost as high again as the case Cow, which has been the theme this week. Seems like Hopefully that continues throughout the Buckeye State. Today's new case, Count 7271. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden making covert 19 a top priority Maura from ABC News, President Joe Biden lean out his covert 19 vaccination plan, saying there is no time to waste with 407,000 Americans dead in just one year we're in a national emergency. This time we treat it like one, he signed executive actions to fund testing, expand vaccination mega sites and help coordinate with states. Dr. Anthony Fauci, staying on in his role from the previous administration spoke of the Daily press briefing following the signing, saying vaccinations will need to ramp up as the virus mutates the phenomenon of a more transmissible virus. Is something that you take seriously. Michelle Frandsen, ABC News arm, Rob Carpenter, Your next update at 11 o'clock breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. Hi,.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati Cincinnati public schools pressing forward with a return to the classroom, but teachers don't like it. This is the seven o'clock report. I'm Matt Reese. Breaking now The kids need to be back in school. Most people agree on that, but is it safe in this circumstance? No, says the teachers union Cincinnati public schools, But the district disagrees. Teachers have serious concerns about this plan. You hear our voices? We're professionals, and we will be able to bridge any gaps created this school year. Thomas Frank is the vice president of the Cincinnati Federation of Teachers. He is not in favor of the district's plan to go back to a blended learning models starting the week of February. 1st. The school board has reaffirmed its decision to do that, and a Thursday statement from board President Caroline Jones says the movies being made based on the advice of health partners. Load transmission within buildings, the rollout of the vaccine to staff and more governor DeWine wants to start giving the vaccine to school staff across the state starting in February, even though Ohio does not have enough vaccine to cover members of the general public currently eligible. I'm Jack Crumley. News radio 700 wlw Now the latest traffic and weather together, you gotta crash blocking the left lane of the North bound 71 ramp to North bound 75. And Walton area on there are ramp restrictions there, and we don't know how long that's going to be a problem. But it's it started about 45 minutes ago accident West North Bend Road between Dill Word Avenue and Van Kirk Avenue and an accident White Street between Westwood Avenue and Queen City Avenue, Otherwise no other major accidents or delays to report Now the latest forecast from the Advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives, advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wlw. Like that. Someone like some Mike McConnell music there. 7 36 on the 700 wlw. Good morning. Steve Hawkins in for Mike. Mike's off on vacation much deserved to end 2020. He'll be rolling next week Monday and get you going in 2021. Doesn't that sound good? 2021. That is good. Hey, northern Kentucky. Getting some love this morning to see this latest home Snacks website right about different regions in America. New report Out says that Fort Thomas is the best place to live. In Kentucky, not just Northern Kentucky. In Kentucky, it says for Thomas Frank's first because of its low unemployment, high adjusted medium income, and it's crime rate rakes in the lowest 10% of all the places in Kentucky, other places in Kentucky. For you to live. Edgewood came in second Villa Hills. Third, Fort Mitchell, fourth six, was fort right. Seventh was Cold Springs so and ate with his Bellevue. The other one's air around the state, too. But there's some good love there for northern Kentucky. I like that, as we wind down 2020, all right. The stock market's down yesterday from their recent high the record highs. What's going on with your money and all new Bloomberg Market minute coming up in about 30 Cents. Did you see that new fantasy film with the evil wizard places a curse on the beautiful woman who refused his advances But her true love a dashing knight with the magical sword battles The Wizard to the.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tell you that Donald Trump is expected to speak to the nation. He's supposed to be talking about Operation warp speed That's supposed to happen at about one o'clock this afternoon. So gratitude to my first guest. He was supposed to join us at one o'clock and graciously a switch the time so he is joining us. Now he is Thomas Frank Thomas Frank is the founding editor of the Baffler. If you're not a regular reader of the Baffler, Can I encourage you to be one go to the baffler dot com. He's also the author of a number of books among them. What's the matter with Kansas and listen liberal? These are terrific books. His newest is the People know Thomas Frank joins us right now to discuss the recent election results and the damage Democrats did. That really opened the door to Trumpism. Thomas. Frank. Thank you so much for being with us today that they're sending. It is my pleasure to be here with you on the San Francisco airwaves One more time. We do have some good airwaves here. We've got some good people here to look, here's the thing. I miss. I miss being there in person. I feel kind of bad about it. Well, I feel really bad about it. Well, I mean, I used to love coming out there on these book tours. You know, right right now, and we had fun in the studio. The things that went on off the air have always thought that people should be able to tune in to what happens off here. Some of the greatest No, wait. We're not telling anybody about that bat. Oh, that's right. Those air still secrets those just like us. Look, So I want you to start by talking about populism because it is used today really derisively, And you've done a great deal of study on populism. Tell us the reality. But tell us about populism and then tell us about anti populists, you know? I was just reading a story. The newspaper today that used the word populism as a synonym for racist demagogue. And I've been saying the word used in that way for what would ever since Trump was elected, and even before that a little bit And, um This, you know, always sort of rubbed me the wrong way. And, you know, Pat, I've talked about populism a lot, I think in every book I've ever written, But one of the things that I know about populism is that there actually was a group called the Populist. This is weirdly. This is a largely unknown fact there was a third party movement in America, called The Populist Party was the last sort of great Third party movement. In our country, and they were particularly strong in my home state of Kansas. I just So you know, they were also pretty strong in in where you're sitting right now. In fact, the one point elected a mayor of San Francisco, you know that you had a big night. Yeah. Anyhow, the populist party is is has nothing to do with the way the word is used today. These are the people who invented the word populism. And one of the things I did in this new book of Mine is, by the way, the title of the book is that people know and Oh, you know, right now. Ow! Yeah, with you Can you can read it that way if you want, but the I went back and looked up where the word came from. You know, all these people talk about about how dangerous populism isn't one of three. That it is to. You know, our our wonderful elites, you know, and all this sort of thing and I went back and looked up and it was it was the word was made up by some politicians. In Kansas in the year 18 91, and they were looking for a word torto to designate this third party movement that I was describing now, just so your listeners know what this third party movement was about. It was a farmer Labor party. There used to be sort of. I don't know. I mean, people don't know this anymore. There used to be left wing parties that were largely concerned with working class issues. This was a big movement all around the world. In those days, the Labor Party in England was coming up Social Democratic parties in You know, in Germany, places like that. And here in America, you had populism rising up to confront the two dominant parties and their issues were sort of exactly what you would expect from a left wing farmer Labor party. They wanted to get America off the gold standard They wanted, um, government farm programs They wanted the eight hour day for workers. They wanted the government to control monopolies. Monopolies were huge problem then. I mean, we've solved that problem. Now, right? Not a big deal anymore on then they wanted they wanted. They wanted to do all these things to counter corruption. They wanted to make it much easier for people to vote. They wanted votes for women. They were the first political party to demand votes for women and It's highly ironic that the word today basically means the opposite of what the word meant when those people coined it. So I try to trace how that how in the world that happened, Because if you ask me Hat and you are asking me the populist tradition in America is a noble tradition. This is, you know, this tradition of sort of trans racial movements of working class people. You know, demanding economic democracy that Z good. That's what you want. You know, that's that's what gave us the labor movement in the thirties. That's what gave us the new deal. That's what Martin Luther King was was trying to reach out towards at the end of his life when he was when he was murdered, Uh, you know, was trying to build this movement of poor people. And, uh but now we've decided that that movements like that are unacceptable that there's something scary about them. And we know they've completely changed what it means that I mean, it sounds like what they're talking about, is what Historically, the anti populists were about Those those were the big anti Semites. Those were the people who were the biggest. Those were the people who were evil. Yes, but they had so that what was so I did all this research on the sort of populist tradition in American life. And, you know, I hope your listeners don't think that I've suddenly gone all soft and sappy, and I wrote an uplift book about the great American Progressive tradition. And now we're you know, but But I did write that book to some degree, you know about about all the awesome things that that that our ancestors did, But then Along the way. I discovered something really interesting, Which is that people have hated populism from from the day that they first coined that word right up until today. And while the word itself has, you know the meaning has shifted so much the anti populist tradition Has been always the same. And this is a tradition that says, uh, that what you know, Movements of your mass movements of working class people are is they're pathological. They are mentally Hill. They're paranoid. They represent the worst elements of society trying to Lord it over the best elements of society. They represent anti intellectualism. You know, people who and and they said this about the populists in the 18 nineties because they were against the gold standard. Which was the toast of economists, the world over and they say it today about well, you know, just about you know anyone that disagrees with them. And, uh And what's funny is that this anti populist sentiment And I traced that also from the 18 nineties to the 19 thirties and then up to our present day this this this is his powerful mistrust. Democracy itself. You know, these people who they really don't like, Um well, they don't like the people. And this is this is this remains the very much the same from the 18 nineties. Up to the present. You see it all around us. By the way, you see it in both political parties. Nowadays, I think well, the Democratic party has the reputation of in the past. Being the party of labor, whereas the Republican Party was the party of the bosses and it you know, that's what it used to be. Yeah, and and so you know what went wrong here they abandoned they abandoned labor. They abandoned labor unions, and they became the party of this elite group like high tech and you know, there's this place. I don't know if you know about that is called Silicon Valley. Heard of it. E media. This is a perfect example of what you're talking about. So it wasn't that long ago..

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"thomas frank" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Don't get distracted into a conversation about that, because I feel like you're aligning the fact that he took office when the economy was falling apart. Eric Deggans television critic NPR serving his moderator and theirjob one was to get the economy back on the rails and also try to get obamacare passed before they lost. Ah, the role of of Congress. And then there were and there were Democrats invulnerable deficiencies. They would not let them advance the level of Um, you know, liberal healthcare policy that I think they wanted to, But But I want to start this conversation and talk a little bit about Populism and your critique of how the left talks about pot populace because it seems to me that that often when the left is talking about populism, they're talking about insincere appeals to populism, Which you yourself have called quote unquote phony populace. And isn't it possible that when you know Democrats and liberals talk about populism, what they're really trying to talk about is the way that Conservative politicians have tried to sell populism tried to sell them spells as populace. This's for me. This is for you. That is that is absolutely right. But I didn't say sell themselves as populists is sell themselves as kind of working class heroes and they've been living. This is explicitly the The thing you gotta remember of the all these Republican appeals. Going back to Nixon is that they're explicitly about social class, so at the very same movie moment that the Democratic Party was moving away. From appeals to social class, you know, in the late sixties and in the 19 seventies from the Democrats decided we want to identify ourselves with these enlightened kids on the campuses with the professional class, that sort of thing At that very moment, the Republicans saw their opportunity. There's very Clever political players in the Republican Party. As we all know, and they they saw their opportunity. And they stepped right in with Ah, with appeals based on social class, but almost always on questions of culture, So it begins with Nixon advised by Pat Buchanan. On it continues to Reagan. You know the culture wars is the long history. But there's this hilarious quote, by the way, and all of these guys were described at some point as populists. They never would use the word themselves. But Reagan was was constantly described as a populist in the early days of his presidency, And he would say things like, you know, I like to hang around with the people who have calluses on their hands. You know, he doesn't like to hang around these phony thes Wall Street suits. But then, of course, what does he do is president this is the epic tale of the Regulation, privatization, de unionization, you know, and tax cuts, you know, so he helps to crush manufacturing and organized labor in America. But he's you know, but at least he says, you know, Sonny Way of speaking and he loves to hang around with people with calluses on their hands. So there you go. Christopher Caldwell is a contributing editor to the Claremont Review of Books. Yeah, well, but in well, I wonder if you're not faulting the left for trying to describe that. For trying to describe the fight. That's my description. But when people say right wing populism, isn't it possible past what they need? So I'm not trying to be a kind of policeman about the word populist. My wife said. When I started this book, you know, I'm from Kansas had his romantic attachment of the original populist and she said, You know, Tom, the word is gone. Let it go. They taken it. It's like you can't control it, You know, just let it go. And she you know, she's right. And I guess that is true. But in the course of my studies, I came across this this aspect of it. That is much more interesting. Which is this the the notion of anti populism and I really hope we can talk about this. The because it's not just that the word has been flipped. It has you're right. How did it get flipped? Who flipped it? Why'd they do that? And that's a really interesting story. I would disagree really that it's been flipped. Now, if we look at this if we put up Ah populism In this context of expertise. Thomas Frank, his book The People Know When You have ruled by expertise you have Ah, a credential educated Ruling class who are quite homogeneous in terms of their their thinking, their culture and everything. They have things like They're people who understand. Let us say to take a present example. The Infectiousness models that the Centers for Disease Control understand in a way that the average voter does not. And they come up with a set of rules that we're gonna have to be good for the public and to go against those rules, actually, in the eyes of the ruling class. Is actually to go against logic. It's to go against its good to go against common sense. It's and so ah, populist becomes a sort of like a lunatic. Ah, this's a very natural way for a ruling class. In a In an expertise based state to look at the people who disagree with it. And I and and I think you saw that in the in the you know. You see. You see elements of that. In the end, he Roosevelt forces in America in the 19 thirties, but you see it very strongly in the upper reaches of the Democratic Party today, Thomas right, another way to describe what you just described, though. Would be to have a government where the the elected people, regardless of their elite status. Employer, Keandre of experts to help them run the country and that when something like a pandemic happens, they actually listen to that. Which is what I think, Uh, Democrats would say they do. What Chris was saying is very true. There's a lot of contempt..

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"thomas frank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on WTOP

"Many other events, Is going mostly virtual. This weekend's festival features more than 120, authors on nine virtual stages, like John Grisham on the virtual fiction stage who talks about raising awareness through writing about issues that trouble him, especially dealing with criminal justice and criminal justice, reform and criminal injustice On the history and biography stages. Thomas Frank, author of the People Know a Brief History of Anti Populism. What came to fascinate me is I wrote this history are the people who I hated populace since the beginning, the people that I refer to is anti populists. You can enjoy the book Festival experience for 60 days after the main events Wrap up Sunday evening, Sandy coz l w T O P News, Virginia Man will spend more time in jail for spray painting property with graffiti while he was supposed to be performing community service for a vandalism conviction. A freelance star, says 21 year old Robert Singh, Ass of Unionville went on social media bragging about spray painting graffiti and drinking liquor when he was supposed to be picking up trash sing as pleaded guilty to 55 charges related to vandalism in the city earlier this year. On Friday, He was sentenced to 55 years in jail. All but two were suspended, though then he got a third year for violating his probation. But since these are all misdemeanors, he'll only serve about half of that. In fact, he's already served about six months. This past week marks a six month since a local teacher in Maryland nearly died from the Corona virus. As he recovers, he tells w. T o p. He still has no idea how he got the virus. It was back in mid March, when Jason Flanagan started feeling sick. I had all the symptoms except for the shortness of breath that abruptly changed on March 24th when he was outside and had to walk up a ramp in front of a building just to go up the ramp. I was out of breath. It was just very hard to Aaron had to sit down. He was taken to the hospital, where doctors said he needed to be placed in a medically induced coma and put on a ventilator. He was in the coma for a week and a half lost 11 days that I don't remember. Now Flanigan is back at work teaching virtual classes at high Point High school in Beltsville. He doesn't know how he got the virus. But the 39 year old does have an idea of why he got so sick While undergoing tests at the hospital. Flanagan was surprised to learn that he Diabetes, a factor that can lead to serious complications in Corona virus patients. I hear about people with extensive lingering aftereffects. Consider myself pretty fortunate that the effects were long lasting. Nick in Delhi. W T O P News as you've been hearing about it in traffic.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on The Code in My 'Fro

The Code in My 'Fro

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on The Code in My 'Fro

"We're creating a even in crash holly rested because I kind of like come in like. I'm actually very many very appropriate do we? Anybody can just was the anybody who's dying sooner like we already like my sister Dianna shoes. You should do like you have to stay breed up in these times is true because I think Colonel Cranston anything that is carrying me through like if I'm being completely transparent I don't you think of told you to see it's like sometimes I'll just be here and an anxiety will hits me a kiss me really hard at annoys coming from the something I can do about the. I'm just like really really really anxious like sometimes it's the points of fear and I don't know I think I realized that it usually happened after out. Get like August inscriptions on my phone about like Karuna Karuna Like when I wake up. Oh my gosh. The New York Times would have sent me all these you know headlines Bloomberg sending me headlines so I think what I what I've done now is I have muted all my knees ups Except for I think except for one. I think they're NYC entity mutes. No no I think is Bloomberg. I didn't use because Bloomberg doesn't typically give you a lot of information about the New York. Times stay will reports the story and everything and I don't need to know that because I think we didn't know that gives me on sightsee so I'll say is there's nothing to keep to keep up with the news and everything but if it's something got issued in working for you like my cousin was looking to me. Two days ago she she been having nightmares and Emmy. That's nice mass because of like the news and I think is is is a real thing that people are going through. So if you don't want to rush to us you don't have to watch the news you know. Yeah that's that's. Could you have anything to add? Oh yeah definitely I really think that so. Many people are on the World Myself. Included who have been laid having crazy anxieties periods or whose. Mental health is in complete disarray. You know just thinking about old things are happening all over the world. I mean you don't want looking into this year you know want to. I was going through my flip board rain and I see this notification and goosing you are likely to get a virus is why very sad story shorts. I suspect completely from your meaning. This like once was a very late ability. Indians very sad story on new line yet. Because I think that it's really important that yes you as you praying like unless you displease some. Schule feeding you know you've created Monte. You're not a bad situation but you knew is going to get better so no need to between release it into the thousands of the US md all which become country is the hardest hit by the virus. I think it's really unnecessary if you are likely to do that. I'll just recommend you. Frank SOME YOUTUBE UP ON N. Just a fuller them in wichita videos all the time. Well maybe we can always island. I mean what what you think island over but I'm just I'm just I'm just going to see it like real quick like way you're saying I think that if you're someone who can continues by all means please chickasaw. Please wash us but I think it's important that you are very sensitive when you're sharing the new setup people because I think Like people just annoy thinking about what is going through. India's highest afford you know things that are reading if I think I think that you know. Maybe you know your friends than most. Maybe you should ask them. You might think is extra by honestly. Just someone like all as a scene Scored you mind if I share with you. Don't just send things people who already shaw how they are going to react. Fake didn't yeah so just like wow. We've almost fifty minutes crazy. This is getting to the questions that people were asking. So I picked these questions from sets in online for and Online communities that. I'm a part of me parts of these questions before asking for it though he could answer them on the podcast so someone says how can you construct a dedicated workspace if you do not have another room shoes as an office? I think this question can go for like Bush students in so what is such A? Because most people don't have off in the homes like where we will. Most people don't have offices in homes bringing back to school. Most people don't have stadiums and the our homes. So I follow you Tuba an productivity Guru Call Thomas Frank and folks about This youtube video. Where he he's saying that you know it's that the idea is that it's not really about Having different room by small ball creates in a visual separation from everything you drew and then whic because so sling that bids was happening Your attention rights engine is trying to block out other stimuli in your view when he wick so if there's anything in your view you kind of want to eliminate that so you can actually focus own doing because then your muscles are always keen to try and block out What's it is destruction you as well as to focus on. What's your reading? Whatever you're doing so I think An actionable thing that you can't do this guy if there's no way if you don't have an office in like e you're just in your room and you have a desk. You can remove your desk to face the wall so that we are working. You only start the wall like you don't have to see your PS console. Line somewhere you don't have to see anything else you just literally like facing the wall rights And I mean if you you kind of get destructive for what are you doing a wall Estrada Piper but anyway maybe just a Weirdo Yet passes Done with wake for the Yukon dense in your desk back around to what position in so that's also significant your brain that like wickets over and I think this is a very very very important concepts especially for us intake because if so Laptop FOR HOURS. Just cool didn't designing or doing something by you. Need your lands that you do need to maintain balance like you needs to be able to separate work from time for yourself and pass naughty balance. Something I struggle with like if you know me who knows me knows something I struggle with. That's why could you tell you I do expect that you work with to work there. We I do because some of them reading newhouse maintain balance in idols. So 'cause like for me the question of am I doing enough is always at the back of my mind I have. I think I actually have have have a fear of not doing enough so I can't really maintain balance. I don't know how to switch off like you said upon with sometimes when I fall asleep my mind will be on for quite a while before I'm able to sleep So yeah is is is Working from whom? I think non consensual about my mornings. I'm just laying on my nights. Sue them so being intentional about my all my mornings. I mean that I When I wake up I I'm not kidding my phone and I wake up. I'm not picking up so please I'm trying to have a morning and also sort of leads into our next question but we just to mention like quickly. We do have realized that people have very different. Socio economic backgrounds so Some people may be sharing a room. You know people people just delay the have a desk and wound. Like rooms are being used as storerooms. It's like a bed and then everybody knew houses was so you only have your bed? Seo Expertise. I'm not really sure officially. I'm not really sure what you can do. In that instance. I don't know if Cujo has anything but autists anyone listening like if you're if you're investigation you found a way to you still Setup a WIG SPEEDS. Please be species. You've comments on the for this episode or you can send US idiom on instagram. They would like to know how you're doing with the community on the next episode for anyone that we traveling with this Yeah could you have anything you want to? Yeah actually the first thing is why often she told me about some frank yet. Okay you are. Openness Petit lied about taking the ice cream in the for people who you knew shift species on because this minor really were committee the explore. You know listening to music. I knew people. I don't know how they do. We do have these people actually.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With arsenal boss Mikhail otitis comments arsenal boss making our tethers says the premier league's winter break has come up the perfect time he's taken a school to the bike for some warm weather training ahead of their next match with new council on Sunday our data took over as manager in mid December and please immediately after time with the buyers for us is very useful we haven't had time to work together twenty of twenty four plays for more than four days since I joined because we have so many damn so we needed a bit of get away with things in place I'm trying you know so I think it's gonna be useful printables Thomas Frank things leader scared to be visiting Griffin park this evening the two sides meet in the championship on a win for the London side would move them up off the orchard club Brentford could go second with the wind but not in force could also leave into the top of the when charged in on just one race meeting has survived the weather today there he misses it me counsel as part of their whether championships air and ling phase of been counsel to the water log tracks that's your European sports not coming up on daybreak Europe will go live to Beijing for the latest on the corona virus as death top one thousand but the infection rate seems to be stabilising more on that next this is hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates up to change and to present beauty this is my bridge call for confirmation commissions equal housing lender lessons over the states and all summer this is a world where you can buy anything ship anything meet anyone anywhere twenty four hours a day in the old days it was simple that should go for your business news too what stands out for you in terms of the headlines here what odds do you give a shared European budget in the next decade could you explain what X. on did wrong and what chevron to Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business happen Bloomberg radio dot com the world is listening.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Our finances stress can play a big role. It can lead to bad decision making poor choices, and maybe just have some other symptoms that come along with it as well, Jim and Dan break it down for us on today's show. Why stress such an important topic? And what do we need to know? Well, Walter, one of the things you and talk about a lot is that the people who work with retires retirees they worked really hard before retiring, they saved they did everything you could they scrimp they did whatever was necessary to get. At this point. And they basically did stress about a lot of things while they're working with the goal of having far less dress when they retired. The problem is we asked me about how did that plan work for you? And we find every single person worries more about their money now than they did when they were working imagine that they worked hard. They knew they were stressed. They wanted to retire without stress and now they have more stress. How is that for a retirement plan? You know, fun, right. But Dan, if we take a hundred people that come in your how many people out of those hundreds even if they're multimillionaires how many of them are worrying about their money all of them every one of them, and especially then some of them in the pretend like they're not especially some of the men, but guess what deep downside guess what they're doing. They're worrying about their money by the it doesn't matter. How much they have. They can have five hundred thousand dollars. They can have fifty million dollars. Does not matter. They're all warring, especially not just because of financial markets now. But because of what's going on in the world overall, whether it's political whether it's with different countries. Whether it's with trade, whatever it is. We're worried about so many things right now in the Russian people are worried about money is because they look at their life. They've worked hard. As you mentioned, Dan, they've saved they've done everything possible to accumulate asset. So they could use those assets for income when they retired. Now, all of a sudden, they're retired. They're not working. They don't have a paycheck coming in. And they're looking at their assets, they understand the market volatile. They've looked at December just reminds ago in the market dropped by twenty two percent in a matter of weeks, right, Dan. And if you own stocks, if you own the S and P five hundred you actually those stocks for down over twenty percent, if you own small cap stocks or mid cap, stocks are international position, you're likely down even more. So all of a sudden, you realize that hey, I could make a big financial mistake. And so what do you do you worry more, and you worry more across the board? And that's exactly what you didn't want to do. So you have to then look at what's causing what we call. These stressors one of them is all the news. Whether it's on TV radio internet. I have a really nice guy client that came from Eldorado hills. Just really nice guy and he's saved about five million dollars of assets. In one of these talked about was the stress he feels. Based on all the news when he goes to the gym, he watches the TV's, and there's ATV's there, and they all have either CNN or FOX would ever join the market going down four or five six hundred points and instead of being distressed by working out. He gets more stress, and he just doesn't want to do that. He doesn't want to have to look at that stuff anymore. So we put a risk reduction plan, but all the news out there. It freaks people out because there's so much in its immediate. When you look at some of the things just recently in the last couple of months, Jim that came out from some of what we call the big brains of Wall Street's what has the tone been it's been negative and has been positive for nine straight years. But all of a sudden, the big money people, the people that are coming out of the Harvard and Stanford and all these very prestigious institutions that are really smart people. They're finally Shane. Hey, there is significant risk in the market. We have had ten years of the longest bull run in history. This market will not do this forever. We are poised for a crash, of course, nobody can tell you win right, Dan. But we're poised for a crash of a high magnitude. And what's going to happen? And it's unfortunate for show. Many retired people in this happened in two thousand and three thousand two when the tech crash knocked fifty five percent of the market value. It happened again in oh, seven oh eight zero nine when the when the great recession knocked fifty five percent of the market value. It will happen again. Well, what did Dan guard recently, come out and say vanguard came out and shed recently? This would Matthew Belvedere on February eleventh vanguard dramatically cut is expected return for stock market over the next decade. No, not over the next few months. Not over the next year over the next ten years, Dan. And what they're really saying. There is not that we're going to get this flat. Low rate of return. What is then insinuated is we're going to have a big market correction. We will recover ended up at teeny bit higher where we started right now and get a little baby rate of return for the next ten years there pretty much saying, right? And that was CNBC and same day. CNBC Thomas Frank came out and said Mike Wilson who is the chief US equity strategist, also the investment officer, the number one guy and Morgan. Stanley things weren't a rolling bear market for the next several years could be three to five years. Meaning the March is to go up down up down up down. Stay fairly flat. Not get you anywhere. You'll be in the same position pay fees every take income out. What happens to your portfolio? It's going to go down. And you could go down rapidly to xactly in the market watch John deal. He came out when he say he said you need to find a financial advisor who can prepare you for a bear market. And that's probably the one of the best advice comments. I've heard in about five year. Dan, right. Well, how many people out there advisers are saying you need to protect your assets. And not saying you need to get the highest rate of return because highest rate of return is sexy. It's exciting. Protect your assets kind of boring, but what should be doing? Now, they should be protecting their assets. Dan, they should be boring. And that does not mean you just throw a bunch of money in bonds. Could that's exactly what your advise redo? Oh, we will overweight your portfolio with bonds. That is not how you protect your portfolio. That is not how you generate income that is not the way it works. But that's how ninety five percent of advisors will structure a portfolio, right? Exactly Bloomberg reported this. On the twelfth of February. There's a group of traders with five hundred and fifteen billion dollars. They boycott stocks for cash, they're like, we're not going to put the money in stocks. We're gonna keep it in cash. This is a bunch of the highest powerbrokers in the world saying we're not gonna invest in the stock market this right in a Yahoo finance. Julia Roach came out on the middle of February of this year. Instead last year's market selloff with just a taste of things to come. And these are brilliant people write these people are in the market. You know, the understand what they're doing? And again, the common consumer, and or the common adviser is not heeding this advice. He just think things are going to work out. Okay. And that is not how you plan for retirement. So if you have.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Janet in mount Vernon Washington. Hey, Janet you want. Thanks for watching free speech. You wanted to talk about the the Trump shakedown? Absolutely. And I think that Mitch McConnell's name should be attached to it every single time. It's mentioned, and I love what Alexandria Cossio Cortez's doing. Also, just as a it. Thank you for also reminding everyone that this started back with Newt Gingrich. And I don't know if you've had this author on before. But I I read a book recently called listen liberal by Thomas, Frank we did we did a conversations with great minds with Thomas, you can find it over a conversation with great minds dot com. Yeah. You know, so many things that I know that a lot of this goes back to Reagan. But Thomas Frank explains how lot of this also and you're pregnant to be angry with me, but it rests clearly with the Clintons with with Bill goes back Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton was the guy who brought Neo liberalism into the Democratic Party. So I'm wondering about Gingrich. This guy seemed to spring out of nowhere. Just like, you know, Thomas Frank also, he, you know, he I think he believes that what's happening now Israel real whole tea party scene was fake. It was fake. It was it was funded by billionaires. We know that. And the these people are just suckers. There's no way that people roll up in buses like that. Unless someone else is paying for to protest against their on Medicare. Exactly exactly now also this shutdown, and when you talk I think, this is exactly where where's the Grover Norquist's? This is exactly what he dreamed of. Yup. You know, he seems to have disappeared. This is maybe he maybe that maybe maybe Mitch is hiding out in groves office under his dad. Don't know. I don't know. But I highly recommend listen liberal and in another book that I read about two years ago and actually wanna reread it is something called the devil's chessboard by David Talbot. Yes. And it's about the secret government that we have it seems like we have to governments. And but now all they service is really the billionaire class. We don't matter, and that's why I love, and it has I do believe it has to happen from within the Democratic Party, these changes, and these people that are getting in there. It's going to be a long haul. But I greatly admire them, and I love what what is going on. And I hope that they continue because it's it's going to be ugly other otherwise, it's really I mean what what is going on in the direction that we're going is is a nation full of. I mean, what is Ann Coulter one? Does she want people when they get old up begging at eating dog food and trash is that what she what's the end game? I think so I think the I think that what these conservatives are trying to do is recreate nineteenth century England here in the United States where ninety five percent of the population was poor. And there were actually laws the prevented employers from pain over a certain amount. There are maximum wage laws in order to guarantee the most of the population was in poverty, and they viewed that as a form of social control it prevented people from being affluent enough that they would feel safe to protest. I mean, you've got kids right now, you can't protest because they're afraid to lose their student loans. That was not the case in the nineteen. Seventies. So what they do is they're using basically impoverishment as a tool of social control, in my opinion. You're absolutely correct. And I agree with you one hundred percent in this has got to change. And I love when they say.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

The Smart Passive Income

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

"Although you do have a community now on Facebook and stuff, and we'll have all the links in assets that you have to share on our show notes for everybody. So all mentioned that link at the end, but I just wanted to frame like, Alex, you said a million monthly visitors. Like remember how she started? She just had conversations, and that's it. And she started creating useful things like the packing lists and talking about other helpful things and just I mean, wow, look at what you could create if you just create and a lot of the lessons learned here is just you just got to build something useful for people and those conversations like I said are really important so another important lesson. Here are your packing list. That was the those were kind of like your go-to kind of signature thing. You've I think you even call them your signature packing list. And I think every brand can have their own equivalent of a packing list. And I showed you this. Very recently a good friend of ours. Who's also been on the show before Thomas Frank from college info, geek dot com. He has his own version of a packing list, which is for people who want to go to college. What do I need to get before? I live in the dorms or you know, how to weigh in what what kinds of things do I need to be an a plus student at at college with me, I have my resource page, which is a compilation and a compendium of all the sort of top tools that you can have to become an entrepreneur. I think no matter what kind of brand you have you should have like your signature equivalent of like Alex's packing lists, do you have any specific strategies that we can use to create our own version of a packing list based on your experience. Like, how do we best make that happen to make it useful for audience? It really is a checklist. I mean, regardless whether it's a checklist on, you know, whatever that Nisha, whatever your topic is what's the easiest. What would it be checklist? Whether to talker checklist. If. If you have a YouTube channel, for example, might question in his I always want to know what years everybody using to actually produce the video so Aguirre checklists from photography to parenting. You know, what should be in that diaper bag? You know, new moms wanna know. So just an easy checklists and providing links to suggested items, ideally products that you yourself have used or, you know, have been recommended, and then that's how you're providing value in doing that than you can also then you're getting the monetization because those checklists help links to products. That's what I'm looking at your packing list page. You're you actually have a packing list directory there all printable edible. But you have like the Asia pecking was Africa Europe, South Pacific, something that you call the round the world packing list and Europe and while so I even more so I can print these out in these are really useful. And I would imagine that if you just spend a little bit of time for those of you. Listening thinking about what you are version of a packing list. Could be I mean, imagine what kind of asset that could be for SEO for growing your Email list for helping people in in..

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"thomas frank" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I was reading a biography of Henry Wallace eggs secretary under Roosevelt Roosevelt in nineteen thirty six early in the year election year Roosevelt comes to Wallace and says, I don't want the price of cotton to drop this year. I don't want the price of cotton to drop below whatever cents a pound, and it can happen after the election. Whatever. But I don't want it to happen. Before election. Trump will be doing got as his chief economic adviser. Larry cudlow Kudlow knows what you have to do to make any copy roar. You press the accelerator down what you have to do. And it's a combination of. Federal stimulus and keeping interest rates low, and they're pressuring the fed to keep interest rates low, and they are talking about about throwing stimulus out of booming economy. I mean, and they might even get the Democrats to go along with it. Right. The infrastructure plight. Well, oh my God. If happens, well, we're gonna unfortunately going to have to leave it there that is a possible scenario. But I think they're too many distortionary force is going on in the economy that even if that happens, I don't think wait scenario. Well, we don't really have a lot of time to go into my scenario, except the I would just say, I think he will try something like that. But I think there are a lot of monop- cine forces in the purchasing of labor power right now that's gonna make it tough on a local level c wages go up significantly. But and I hope I'm right? Because if you're right, we're really really screwed. So. Unfortunately, going to have to leave it there. But in the meantime, we can organize for change, and we can demand that our politicians move dramatically to the left and offer a meaningful to this agenda. So yes, Richard. We're going to have to leave it there. I sorry about that. But Thomas Frank author historian latest book, or what's it called rendezvous with oblivion? Yup. Remember that last chapter, by the way, if this actually happens. Okay. No, you will be considered prophetic by the few people who are. Really? I really don't want right. The people wandering that blasted health. Scape will speak your name with Reverend. And unfortunately to leave it there Thomas Frank Becky so much for joining us as my pleasure, Richard. And we will be right back after this. I am Richard RJ s Cowan this is clearly this hour. Hello, everybody. This is Richard RJ J cow from Missouri..

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"thomas frank" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I have no. It means nothing to me. It has nothing to do with me. It's a sporting event. And. Yeah, the if you've got a party, you know, maybe they can do that. Maybe they can pull it off and they can run the TV commercials, and they can get people vote for them, and they can say this instead of that Trump will screw up and pissed this certain demographic off, but you're at a party. That's not going to deliver anything. I don't care. Yeah. No. I think that's a great point. Again, we're talking with author and historian Thomas Frank and journalists and by the way, Tom Boston Red Sox. Thought I wasn't going to say it's the television moment of freeze. I don't want to get this. Oh, really care about such things when I was younger. I can remember as a child that Kennedy Starwood would open it up and go straight to the sports page. You know, I cared so much. Well, you know, but this notion of not just winning is everything I've been thinking about that a lot lately to the fact is first of all I mean, I could challenge the argument I raised on its own merits, for example, if your strategy only works when you're opposition presents as as its leadership someone so personally, repulsive, and and Trump is almost Swedish in that sense. You know, he's so grotesque that. You know, you're gonna lose much more than you're going to win. And I could also counter it by saying that you were going to win if you do win at twenty twenty which I think Trump is a very strong position for, but we'll talk about that in a second. Yeah. But even if you were to win it would be an echo of the two thousand and eight fifty would be followed by a string of failures. If you don't have anything to deliver after I can counter that argument. But then the other part of it is is an and speaking to your disinterest is winning is not the only thing I've been thinking about this a lot. We should not just be talking about what it takes to win. We should be talking about what we want to accomplish in society. And it seems like nobody wants to talk about that. Though, I mean to get back to the main argument, those those two things are connected when you're talking about politics. You know, what you what you do what you deliver as a party. And also how you what your fortunes are and the fortunes of the Democratic Party are are objectively. Great. This is not just me saying that this is not just someone saying the Democratic Party needs to get used to get more liberal. I what I mean by that is look at the historical chart of. You know, the house of representatives which party control, it the Democrats control it solidly from nineteen thirty you till nineteen Ninety-four not solidly. There were two. Brief interruptions. But they controlled it for for a very long time. They were by far the dominant party system, they weren't in Kansas, but they party nationally, and they aren't getting more. And it's this is the Republicans are should be. And in some ways still are a minority party. But they're they're a minority party, though, the tail that wags the dog the minority party that is dragging this country to the right and has been ever since the nineteen seventies and has been doing an incredible job. Not just this country. The entire world is is doing this. And it shows no signs of stopping so. Yeah. People could boast about. Somebody elected to sound position somewhere they managed to. Talk people voting for someone and that's great. But it must unless you're going to stop this larger unless you're going to do something about this this larger historical wave that. We are part of who cares. Well, I mean, that's maybe a darker way that I would have put it. But I think there's there's validity to it. And we will be right back after this with more from Thomas Frank. I am Richard RJ as cow on this zero hour. You are listening.

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"thomas frank" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

14:04 min | 3 years ago

"thomas frank" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Zero hour. This is Richard RJ asks cow. There was an election recently. Maybe you heard something about it. And I thought who better to help me process? The results of this election than our good friend good friend of the program Thomas Frank has story in political analyst journalist and author of books. Like, what's the matter with Kansas? Listen liberal and his latest Ron day, boo. With oblivion reports from a sinking society always laugh when I read that. What's that? Because it's such a happy happy title. Yeah. You must be a lot of fun at parties. So that Thomas Frank welcome back to the program. Richard. So great to be here. Yeah. Well, it's always good to have you and speaking of being somewhere, I understand your recently in Kansas your home state where there were some interesting developments. Yes. That's right, Kansas finally, elected elected that well, I say finally they'd had democratic governors before. But they just elected another one, and they also elected a democratic member of congress in the neighborhood that I grew up in Johnson county, which is the suburbs of Kansas City, and Chris co Bach who is now nationally famous as the, you know, the great proponent of voter ID laws and. State level crackdowns on illegal immigrants. He lost. He was the one Republican candidate for governor and he lost. So that's kind of significant. And. But and I guess that's a Blue Wave or something. But the truth the Democrats who won there were not really. Thrilling were sorry. Go ahead. So that's just what I was an answer. What are they did the I noticed your phrasing? When you said that Chris co back laws, which is a heartwarming. Thank you be able to say, but you didn't say that the Democrats want you said that callback law did. So is this a matter of canvas abrasion embracing what they think of as a democratic ideology or point of view or was this just a referendum on Republicans. And they didn't want them at the moment. It's exactly the ladder. It's a referendum on. So they had Sam Brownback governor for eight years. You might remember him in his days as US Senator. He was he was the most the most the culture warriors culture, warrior culture warrior of the mall. He was the most committed culture warrior in the US Senate anyway back to Kansas became governor. And. Embarked to the state took the state on this economic experiment. He called it that were they weren't going to drive income taxes and various other taxes down to zero in an effort to sort of lure business to the state and Brit leur business away from Missouri, or whatever and it completely failed in achieving the intended results, but I didn't blow a huge hole Kansas budget. And you know, they're highways are in terrible shape in the schools are terrible shape. And you know, and so he became extremely unpopular. So this beloved hero of the culture war right in Kansas. He's one of the main characters in what's the matter with Kansas. He became extremely unpopular and this election was it. Of a referendum on hand because Kobe was widely perceived and impact did embrace the Brownback legacy in all sorts of ways. And so there's there's that. But no. The way the Democrats in Kansas did what Democrats in Kansas always do. Which is they. Talk about what bipartisan people they are. Basically, they sounded like moderate Republicans. And in some ways, they are Republicans. Now, I don't know if you remember that certain particulars of what's the matter with Kansas Richard bit the whole. Political war in Kansas is not really between Republicans and Democrats that between the two factions of the Republican party, the conservatives and the moderates, and what you find is that the moderate Republicans when when they are on the outs, they will go over to the Democrats and use that as their vehicle you temporarily, and that's. That would happen. I mean, the candidates were the woman who ran for governor. And she seems like a really really nice person. You know, I I have not met her was endorsed by two. Former Republican governors of Kansas both of them from the moderate faction. And if you read what they what the Democrats campaign on it's always their ability to reach across the aisle their ability to work with Republicans. You know, how they're really not very threatening. And they're really monitoring editing. It's hetero cetera. So no, it's not it's not John. A significant change. It's just a it's a pause, and, you know, great rush to the right? So when you say that you mean specifically for Kansas if we're the country specifically for Kansas. But I think that applies. You know, I think that does apply to a certain degree to the country as a whole this think about this very second. Richard this Blue Wave we have been hearing about it for two years. Now, the Democrats out raised the Republicans would pretty substantially in a midterm election. I don't think I've ever heard of that before my lifetime. They had history behind of course, they had the media behind them in a way I have never seen before. I think you would agree with me on that. We've never seen the New York Times or CNN or the Washington Post take sides the way they're doing now. That's that is completely new and. With all that. You know, they they they did all right and the house of representatives. They didn't they went the wrong direction in the US Senate. But compared to other wave elections like two thousand ten or nine hundred ninety four or one thousand nine hundred seventy four the Watergate election. This is. This is not on the same scale. It's not it's not even in the same. It's not in the same chapter. Yeah. We can put an asterisk around the Senate results and say when they were defending far more seats in the Republicans. But but. Asterisks, richard. And let me let me round out this metaphor. Enough asterisks and. And the ship, sinks or something? I don't know. No, no there. Yeah. Just like we're constantly letting these people off the hook. Right. Gerrymander the Russians. James Comey intervened at the last minute, it's like all these ads. No, no. Of course. So so so grab your asterisk with both hands. I. And so so, okay. But believe me, I was not about to let them off the hook. Here's what I was about to say Thomas, Frank. Is it seems to me that they didn't run for all the talk of wanting a Blue Wave the they ran as if what they got was exactly what they want. Kansas was a microcosm of that. This is my personal hypothesis, which I'm formulating as I speak, which is Deidra. Which is this that that in fact, they ran as those that Trump is crazy and some of those Republicans are too extreme. So if you want a little bit of a breather here, we are that that seems to me, you know, we're going to go back to worrying about the federal deficit. Yeah. The difference between a state like Kansas and a deficit is that a Kansas most states have to balance the budget went to government does. Brown downfall right ever. But that the Democrats in in essence said at the national level at the congressional level. We're going to go back the balance making balancing the federal budget a big deal. We're going to go back to that. I promise that I missed that. Somehow, nancy. Lamest? There's nobody you find me someone who votes on that issue. I don't think I've ever met such a person Nancy Pelosi said well before the election. Principals. They were going to run the house found was pay as you grow and awesome. Yeah. And so they basically ran a microcosm in my opinion of the Kansas situation. Which is you know, we'll be. The Republican used to be we won't completely got the social contract. We'll balance the budget, not a word about military interventions or anything like that. And in effect when you run like that what you're really aiming for is not a wave, which is a transition, right? It's a move from one direction to another. You're really running for a kind of a pause, which is what we got from the madness. And I don't know what do you think of that interpretation? I think you might be harder on the Democrats than me. But you know, what you've talked me into it. I think that's I think that's a really good. I get an excellent interpretation. I just wanted to say that they they did just barely enough to get themselves off the hook. So that you can't really criticize them for letting. For for for not doing anything. I mean, they deliver it right? They did. They took the house cook all the they'll be in charge of all these committees. They'll have subpoena power, and they'll be able to start investigating. The administration, and I am all for that. I'm real excited about that. So, but they didn't do any more than that. As you said, there's no. They didn't convert the public to look I am as you know. I'm fifty three years old now and in my lifetime. It has just been one right-wing revolution after another. Sometimes even call it that the Reagan revolution member Gingrich's in one thousand nine hundred they call that the Republican revolution. And now, there's Trump is. And he just it goes on and it goes on and it goes on and it goes on. And I just keep waiting for the day. Well, the other side finally. Pushes back with something serious. Not just like, let's take a respite. Let's pause on. The Roach oblivion. Let's. Titanic goes down. Let's let's take the time to have the band play a few songs, right? Oh, sing a little bit. Why would wait for that? And it never comes. And instead of the Democrats, you know, they they they have never really questioned the ideological direction that they've been in all these years, which is embrace the suburbs. Embrace the affluent professional class. And make that and that's basically your philosophy do whatever Amazon or Google or whoever it is whatever they want take money from Wall Street. And they've never stopped to consider. Whether maybe this was a bad idea. And they sure as hell stop and consider this time. Well, let let me throw something out. Sort of a contrarian position here Thomas Frank which is. Argue against you. And I have said, you know, basically the same thing for years. About what the Democrats should do. And you just put it very well. But the con contrary contrarian argument would be that. If you look at these results, you can see everybody's saying the democratic road to retaking the house and took some governorships, and they gain back some of the thousand seats lost in state legislatures under Obama. About a third of them. I get. That they targeted those suburbs. And for once they once now the fact that they threw massive money at it, which may be more of an explanation than anything else. But another argument would be they were right. And they're already third way already out there making that argument that forget the progressive left agenda the way to win. It's to be a what we've been telling you to be which is the Wall Street friendly. Big tech, friendly, Republican light Democrats. So how do we respond to that? Well, you know, there's there's people who know how the World Series, by the way, I didn't even pay attention this year because my team wasn't in it. Some some athletes I who won the World Series. Hey, nobody here knows this terrible. What a bunch of notes. Let's say the Kansas City Royals. They didn't do so great this year. So they they hire a new coach. And he says I know how to win. I know exactly what we have to deal with. Here's here's what it is. It's x y z and we're going to know next year, we're going to get in the World Series and damn it. We're going to prevail. This time we're gonna win. And that is really great. That's just wonderful. I hope that you. But it doesn't..

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