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Nearly One Million People Signed up for Obamacare Coverage This Spring

Lars Larson

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Nearly One Million People Signed up for Obamacare Coverage This Spring

"People signed up for the affordable Care act. President Biden extended enrollment until mid August, so even more people may sign up. Health and Human Services Secretary Javier Becerra says because of additional money from the American rescue plan, they've been able to reduce premiums by 40% for about two million enrollees who've signed up since April, and premiums fell 25% for those who signed up in February and March. Last fall during regular enrollment. More than eight million people signed up for Obamacare, and these numbers are only from the 36 states that participate in the federal exchange. Jessica Rosenthal funks News.

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Los Angeles Lakers Suffer Disastrous Loss to Sacramento Kings

Lakers Nation Podcast

01:56 min | Last week

Los Angeles Lakers Suffer Disastrous Loss to Sacramento Kings

"An unbelievably bad performance by the Lakers and a game in which the kings were missing some of their better players, including de'aaron Fox and the Lakers just kind of did what they've done. All season long and turned the ball over too much and just flat-out miss open shots. And we saw that happen time and time again. Let's get into the stands real quick before I start taking your questions and comments here. So the Kings shoot, 45% from the field, not great. But they shot 36% from 3 and ninety percent from the line. That makes a difference compared to a Lakers team who shot 51% from the field and 25% from 3 and 71% for the line. If you can't shoot, you can't win really tough to win games when you can't put the ball in the basket. Again at The Rim, okay? 51% off. You can't hit 3s in the modern NBA. You're in big big trouble in the Lakers again, 25%. That's the game. That's the game right there. If you shoot league-average, even just league-average from 3, you win this game by a margin but instead, the Lakers are missing a lot of their three-point attempts tonight. And then the turnovers 21, turnovers for the Lakers. Again, cannot do that, that's a problem. They've had most of the Season. At one point, the worst team in the NBA when it came to turnovers. Haven't checked it recently, but they are still up there. They've been really, really bad. Turning the ball over for most of the season. They did get better for a little bit there. They got a little bit better. Dead shooter was starting to rain things in a little bit it wasn't being an Optima optimistic password so much tonight that was not the case. They completely regressed in the turnover Department. It got really bad there and then the other piece to this the offensive rebounds 11:00 to 11:00. 11:00 offensive boards for the Lakers 11 offensive boards for the Kings. You can't do that. If you are having a front line that has Andre Drummond and Anthony Davis on it. Plus LeBron James, you have to absolutely dominate unquestionably down, Nate the glass,

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"36" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:45 min | Last week

"36" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"36 here at the big 89. So I get up every morning I started looking through websites for Aanenson writers of editorial such you may be interested in, You know, heavy politics. And as you may have heard earlier this hour I ran across Rick calendars piece on Billy Martin, Roger Maris and Mickey Now, I thought, OK, I'd like to talk to Rick about that. And I think I was on real clear. Politics. Calm. What's the website developed here in Chicago, and I believe I saw this piece from the website inside Hook. Featuring Ronnie Baker Brooks and how, as a working blues musician here in the city of Chicago, he had to adjust. Last year he was doing a tour with Coco Montoya. I read and of course, that was shut down against in April in March of last year, and since then he's had to make a living. So a zit said in the piece. Hey, everybody. It's another Friday night at the Brooks Blues basement as he figured out a business model to get by during the pandemic. Here is a bit of Ronnie Baker Brooks. You know, times change. Nothing remains the same. Today's a friendly game because times change. Oh, Ronnie maker Brooks, Welcome to Double the ulcer. How are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me on the show. Well, I call this segment from time to time talent. Growing wider recognition explaining my listeners, by the way, Full disclosure..

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Jerusalem Tension Triggers Gaza-Israel Fire Exchange

News, Traffic and Weather

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jerusalem Tension Triggers Gaza-Israel Fire Exchange

"Almost every hour last night between 11 P.m. and six a.m., Gaza militants firing rockets and response. ABC is Jordana Miller in Jerusalem reporting Israel Defense forces are bracing for more violence. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's ordered the idea of to prepare for any scenario, raising the possibility of an escalation after Israel came under an intense barrage of Gaza rocket fire overnight. Militants firing 36 rocket It's in response to Ramadan. Restrictions here in Jerusalem at the Damascus Gate, six were intercepted by the Iron Dome. Israel carried out Reprisal airstrikes on Hamas military sites so far no injuries on either side. Georgiana Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem, California teen

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Man Tries to Run Down Kids With Truck in Holbrook, Boston

AM Tampa Bay

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Man Tries to Run Down Kids With Truck in Holbrook, Boston

"Driving into a group of kids is being investigated as a hate crime. See, the 36 year old man shouted racial slurs as he tried To run the kids over and Holbrook, a suburb of Boston, Shane Belleville, is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon in civil rights violations. Cops a Belleville drove his truck under the playground and tried to run the kids over. He'd been summoned there by one of a group of kids who had been fighting and slinging racial slurs at one another. The police chief now calling for dialogue between black and white community members to try and ease tensions. Gary Bomb Garten, Fox News

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Massachusetts Man Charged After Trying to Run Over Black Kids

Jimmy Barrett

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Massachusetts Man Charged After Trying to Run Over Black Kids

"Accused of trying to run over a group of kids with his truck is charged with hate crimes and other counts. In Massachusetts, police and Holbrook say Shane Belleville drove his pickup truck toward a group of black Children while repeatedly yelling a racial slur after a fight between black kids and white kids broke out at a school playground on April 10th. One of the kids called Belleville, who was a relative to come help, but the fight was over. By the time he arrived, authorities say Belleville escalated the situation when he confronted the black Children. A shouting match ensued. A teenage girl spat on Belleville and he slapped her in the face. Police say the 36 year old then got in his truck and drove in reverse toward the group. The kids scramble to avoid getting hit.

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How To Tell If Your Child Is Grieving

Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting?

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

How To Tell If Your Child Is Grieving

"Do you tell if your child is breathing. Will this is such a good question because grieving in its way can look a lot like depression and so part of what we're always trying to tease apart is is a grief or his depression and actually one of the most illuminating essays on this subject was written by sigmund freud in nineteen seventeen. He wrote an essay called morning and melancholy. So morning is what. We mean by grieving. Obviously melancholy is what we used to call depression or would he called depression and what he observed is that they look an awful lot alike and they both have real sadness. They both have a sort of lost interest in the world. They both go on for awhile but what he also observed. Is we accept. Grief and mourning is a totally normal process because we know that people work their way through it and that it's not concerning to us when people are grieving a loss but we don't accept melancholy or depression is a normal process because it doesn't make sense in the context of what's going on around a person and he offered a nat paper a really key distinction that i think definitely applies to older people older kids and adults one of the big differences between morning and depression is in depression alone. There's what he called self-reproach also disliking the self so morning you're sad about what you've lost what you've missed out on what's going on around you what you've had to give up and in depression their sadness and also not liking the self as well and so as parent by not liking the celtics. You just don't like yourself where i'm so inadequate i'm so lame. I you know you guys are doing so much to care for me. I'm not doing my part and so just to get us thinking about telling them apart. It's a pretty useful distinction. If you're looking at your kid thinking this sadness or

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Jake Paul Wins Latest Boxing Match in First Round Against Ben Askren

Jim Rome

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Jake Paul Wins Latest Boxing Match in First Round Against Ben Askren

"The fight last night. The trailer fight club is what Snoop Dog is calling it and I would literally I would play. Jake Paul knocks out An aspirin. Jake Paul is just that YouTube star who was like 15 million Instagram followers. Ben Aspirin is a former M M A fighter who I've never heard of before. And he made $500,000 for this fight against Jake Ball. $500,000. That's his biggest payday ever. And he's in his mid mid mid thirties like 35 36 something like that, right? Take Paul knocked about the first it was. I think it was 119 seconds under two minutes of the first round. I would play that we would play the play by play for you. Except it's nothing but F bombs. Take everything you think you think of her thought of in a boxing match and throw that the hell down out the window or down the toilet, flush it down the toilet. Snoop Dog and company are doing this broadcasters F bombs. There's profanity everywhere, so I wouldn't have. I think I'm gonna ask Anthony. You're James to try to try toe sensor that to get it on the air. We miss one and people get in trouble. All right, but people love

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George Dominates Indiana Pacers, Leads Los Angeles Clippers to 6th Straight Win

ESPN Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

George Dominates Indiana Pacers, Leads Los Angeles Clippers to 6th Straight Win

"With a 1 26 1 15 win over the Pacers Clippers have won six straight first game on the road after their nine game home stand to get the victory. Paul George 36 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, and he spoke with the TNT crew. I just contain a man Continue to be a student of the game. I really locked in, um, the way No, we chopped it up earlier, Um, for the season started about just watching film watching edits. I've been doing that. Ton of that, Um, it's crazy Year 11 year, 11. I could still be You know, a student of the game is still one toe learning and no more. So I've just been locking in with my team locking in with my personal team on do you know I've been able to come out? God blessed me to make sure it's

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Chicago Public High School Teachers Refuse to Return to Classroom

Bob Sirott

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chicago Public High School Teachers Refuse to Return to Classroom

"School teachers, They're refusing to return to the classroom. For next week's restarted in person learning unless the school district develops a plan to do it safely. The union's House of delegates has voted to hold off on teachers returning tomorrow ahead of students to prepare classrooms. It's similar to what happened earlier this year before younger students returned. Since then, CPS has worked to vaccinate all teachers who want the shot union now wants any surplus to go to students and families and communities most impacted by covert 19. CTU President Jesse Sharkey make the reopening plan makes sense, make it safe and and if we do not see that the members of the speech you're not going back into buildings and those condition. Negotiations between CPS and the union are ongoing. Only 36% of high school students have opted for in person learning. And now with community

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Embiid Scores 36, 76ers Overpower Mavs 113-95 With Nets Next

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Embiid Scores 36, 76ers Overpower Mavs 113-95 With Nets Next

"Jo Ellen beat was fourteen of fifteen from the line while scoring thirty six points in the seventy Sixers one thirteen ninety five romp over the Mavericks Philadelphia's for Concorde Mars was four of seven from three point range and matched his season high with twenty points specially when we put on the roads the games are appropriate and then I'm glad that I help the team Alex Corey you know getting some steals like doing something on the court look at that you scored thirty two points but the young Dallas star didn't have enough help with European side kick Kristaps porzingis sitting at a second night of back to backs the outcome gives the Eastern Conference leading seventy six is a half game lead over Brooklyn I'm the ferry

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Corey Conners makes hole-in-one at the par-3 sixth in Round 3 of Masters

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | Last month

Corey Conners makes hole-in-one at the par-3 sixth in Round 3 of Masters

"Hot front nine, highlighted by a hole in one on the par 36 whole. It's actually the sixth ace on the sixth hole in Masters history. He now sits two strokes back at five under for the tournament, headlining the early golfers. Phil

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Prince Philip, Husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, Dies At 99

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:36 sec | Last month

Prince Philip, Husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, Dies At 99

"Father of Prince Charles has passed away. The Duke of Edinburgh was 99 Prince Philip was born Royal as Prince Philip of Greece in 1921, But when his family was exiled, he settled in Britain serving with the Royal Navy in World War two before marrying Princess Elizabeth in 1947. Five years later, she became queen on Philip would become the longest serving consort of a reigning British monarch. The Queen once said. He has quite simply bean my strength and stay all these years in London. Simon are in Fox News. There is a 36 year up to date here on

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Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 99

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:36 sec | Last month

Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, dies at 99

"Father of Prince Charles has passed away. The Duke of Edinburgh was 99 Prince Philip was born Royal as Prince Philip of Greece in 1921, But when his family was exiled, he settled in Britain serving with the Royal Navy in World War two before marrying Princess Elizabeth in 1947. Five years later, she became queen on Philip would become the longest serving consort of a reigning British monarch. The Queen once said. He has quite simply bean my strength and stay all these years in London. Simon are in Fox News. There is a 36 year up to date here on

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Biden Expands Vaccine Eligibility to All Adults by April 19

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:42 sec | Last month

Biden Expands Vaccine Eligibility to All Adults by April 19

"Talked about the and announced the deadline for adult eligibility for covert 19 vaccines nationwide was being moved up to April 19th. The president had Previously called for states and territories to make all adults eligible for shots by May, 1st. And, of course, as of yesterday, 36 states have already opened eligibility for vaccinations for People ages 16 and older. While 12 Maura and the District of Columbia are already set to do so, by April, 19th. In other words, most states were already thankfully on track to match the president's new April 19th deadline before he announced it. Doesn't take the smack away from

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George scores 36, Clippers rout Trail Blazers 133-116

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

George scores 36, Clippers rout Trail Blazers 133-116

"The clippers cruised to an easy one thirty three one sixteen traps on the trail Blazers after setting a team record with forty seven points in the first quarter Paul George had thirty six points on eleven of eighteen shooting making six three pointers in all eight of his free throws I just had a license to come all scored in being aggressive to score opposed to coming out looking for teammates we're gonna play right I just tried to be aggressive scored and I have a score mentality Kawhi Leonard added twenty nine points twelve rebounds and seven assists with the clippers followed an eighteen point rout of the defending champion Lakers two days before Norman Powell scored thirty two points and CJ McCollum added twenty four while playing with five fouls for the Blazers on the ferry

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Remains of Victoria Esperanza Salazar arrived home, El Salvador

TED Radio Hour

00:57 sec | Last month

Remains of Victoria Esperanza Salazar arrived home, El Salvador

"The body of a Salvadoran migrant woman living in Mexico has been returned to El Salvador this weekend as Maria Martin reports the woman's death at the hands of Mexican police has ignited international outrage. 36 year old Victoria Esperanza's al Assad Died in the Mexican resort city of to loom a week ago. Ah video shows three Mexican policemen standing above her body as a policewoman places her knee and Salazar's back for several minutes. The video, then shows police throwing her lifeless body in the back of a police truck. It was later determined she died of a broken neck victorious. Al Assad had lived in Mexico on a humanitarian visa. Since 2018. Her death has led to protests in Mexico and off Salvador. Enter calls for justice by international human rights groups. The police agents involved in her death have been fired and

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US airlines announce upcoming changes

WGN Showcase

02:51 min | Last month

US airlines announce upcoming changes

"The news the other day, and in recent days you've noticed the following American Airlines, claiming that it had as high as an 80% load factor on its flights. Number one. That they're announcing. They're gonna unpardonable the rest of their parked airplanes and that most of them will be back in the air. And may we've seen the story that Delta Airlines as of May one, is no longer going to be blocking the center seat, which means they're gonna be selling up to 100% of the capacity of every one of their flights. We've seen. It was let originally by airlines like Frontier and Spirit, Allegiant, Sun country and Southwest about 70 new routes around the country. And all of a sudden in the last 10 days. Here comes Delta and United American Delta, announcing 36 new routes, American Something like 20 and united 26. I mean, what do they know that we don't know? Of course, for the answer that I go to the man who always knows from Forbes. Dan Reed. How are you, sir? I don't know. Thanks a lot, Dan. This concludes our conversation. We should be your only tip your waitresses. Um, no. Uh Hey, Peter, how you doing? Thanks for having me on Yeah. So I mean, how do you figure all this to do? They really see the numbers started not just two inch up, but to start the climb up. Well, you get into the definitional issue there. What's you know how much they're up? But by how much? Department of Tripped a P ECE Castro Transportation Security Administration tells us that on I believe it was 18 days in March. They cleared 1.4 million or more got over 1.5 million a couple days in their passengers for air travelers through their their airport checkpoints. Well, that's great, considering they were down to, you know. 25,000 day at the at the very trough of the, uh of the event last year, um, and hadn't been over, uh, 100 head bit over a man until just not too many weeks ago. It sounds like they're coming back pretty strong. But then you look at the two year ago numbers and they regularly I mean, almost every day. In fact, only one day in March of 2019 did they not have 2.4 million passengers. Air travelers cleared so they've come back some, but they're still a long ways. They're 40% arm or behind where they were two years ago, which is the First comparable non pandemic affected measuring boy now,

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Governor Cuomo Announces More Than 10 Million Total COVID Vaccine Doses Administered Across New York State

Page Publishing

00:29 sec | Last month

Governor Cuomo Announces More Than 10 Million Total COVID Vaccine Doses Administered Across New York State

"The covert vaccine have now been administered in New York State Governor Cuomo announced Saturday morning. Nearly a quarter million doses of the vaccine had been administered statewide over the past 24 hours. That pushed the total number of shots past the 10 million mark with nearly a third of state residents. Having received at least one dose of the vaccine, nearly 20% of all New Yorkers have completed their vaccination. Syriza. The governor also announced There were 60 virus related deaths Friday. 36 of those fatalities here in the city, the ST James Theater

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"36" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"36" Discussed on Lovush

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"36" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

03:24 min | 2 months ago

"36" Discussed on Lovush

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"36" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"36" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"Can also just google his name jason collier and like a ton of stuff comes. I go look it up you guys. It's it's crazy fucking story days. I'm not sure how. Many of us follow our facebook page or instagram. But if you don't then. I have huge news for you all and it'll make you want to follow her instagram. So you heard me on quite a few episodes here talking about how i'm usually up after midnight. Sometimes one two o'clock in the morning because junior doesn't want to go to bed and we'll fight us every step of the way at bedtime. Well i decided that. Instead of just laying there mostly. Because i'll fall asleep and i can't fall asleep until after he does because he'll destroy the house But anyway i'm going to turn our midnight sleepovers if you want to call them that into an i g. Tv series called the midnight. Mommy diaries Release date hasn't been set yet but this series is going to include videos of junior. I watching his favorite movie series the brave little toaster. Highly recommend that by the way your kids haven't seen it yet There's three of them. it's going to include some of our conversations and then just overall what it's like having a toddler who is a night owl when you're on a morning shift schedule as soon as the release date is set. I will definitely be updating everyone. But i'm super excited for this. David will either make some appearances on the nights where he fights his sleep along with us. So make sure you're following us on instagram and turn on your notifications for us to get all the details as soon as we drop them. If you're not following us on instagram you can find the link when our linked tree which is in the description box of this episode or you can follow a straight on the instagram. At at the moment family go follow us turn on your notifications for us and make sure you don't miss any details other tv series. It's coming is. I can't wait Looking to buy your first time ready to move into forever space with your family. The housing market is doing amazing. Things right now and it's only expected to get better throughout twenty twenty lucky for all of my listeners. I have an amazing realtor. Free if you're currently in or looking to move to ohio and the perry county and surrounding areas. Dan battle with the realty group of the guy free with house starting as low as to thousand dollars for three bedrooms one bathroom and one thousand three hundred eighty six square feet. The realty group has a house to fit all your needs and your budget stopped dressing with four sale by owner homes and go to professionals.

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"36" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

Caffeinated Chaos

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"36" Discussed on Caffeinated Chaos

"You're new six richard. We hope you enjoy so you guys. I was trolling facebook. The other day and i came across this story that someone had shared it was about a police chief from texas who was busted by his two girlfriends and his wife after one shared a romantic picture with him on facebook. So jason collier. The police chief of staff police department was accused of living a double triple life with at least two girlfriends while he was still married with four kids. Apparently one of the girlfriends shared a picture of the two of them on facebook and another girlfriend came across it somehow and started commenting on it saying that she was also dating jason and they had been engaged since december than a third woman comes forward saying that she was dating him to and had met him. Honor dating app pretty similar to how the other women met him and the whole time. He's dating these women. He's getting engaged to them all but he sells still married with four kids at home. So one of the women actually spotted opposed jason main saying happy anniversary to my beautiful bride matters wife and when she confronted him about it he showed her fake papers saying that the marriage was annulled back in two thousand and sixteen one of the girlfriends. Totally pissed completely understandable. She decided to put all of this man's dirty laundry facebook. She made a post tagging definite county. The city of stinnett in it saying and i'm quoting it. He's a poor representation of your town. He would come to visit me in amarillo while on the clock he also. We also just returned from a vacation in taos on sunday. Meanwhile other girlfriend was told he was on work assignment in portland oregon like what the hell are still an anyway. After all of this came out to the public the city of stent placed jason on administrative leave pending investigation. Apparently while he's on leave. The city is gonna investigate. If there was any possible violation of the city's employment policy. They were like the whole police department. Everything was completely unaware that any of this going Other than saying that he's on administrative leave. They haven't made any comments Do to city policy saying that. They can't comment on personal issues of their personnel in a public forum. But the funny story behind this too. Is that the guy. Jason is also an ordained minister. And he's got twenty one years of experience in law enforcement that whole store. That just completely blew my mind you guys. Have you want to read the whole story and see the pictures and all the facebook posts. There's a link in this episode description. That will take you to the news article. I saw and you can also just google his name jason collier and like a ton of stuff comes. I go look it up you guys. It's it's crazy fucking.

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"36" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton

Straight Up with Trent Shelton

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"36" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton

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"36" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton

Straight Up with Trent Shelton

05:58 min | 9 months ago

"36" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton

"Multitude blessings that comes back to your life. So that's one of my secrets are just be honest which like beat able to bless other people because when you're selfish when you keep things for yourself, you will lose it. So if you WANNA keep what you have, give it away and so especially as a fifteen year old I'm like man, this is like what I live for like I. Live for these moments of seeing key is not just say arm inspired the NFL. NFL Player, but Trent. Like how you speak in which you do look i WanNa do that. So blessed ministry where two hundred dollars and I'm digging in this content more because this kid is a bee's I'm say right now I believe there's going to be one of the the top motivational speakers in the next generation. You know probably right now this generation, but definitely the next generation, some dignities content going to tick tock and he messages me again and I was saying, you know I told my dad listens to me guys I'm about to get emotional. Because this is a part that most people lack right, most people don't have most people have a vision, have a dream, but they leave it there. They don't put in the work. It'd be consisted right in closing the gap between that vision in their reality and you say, no, I told my dad and I can just imagine. Him telling his friends and people that one day, we'll meet shelter. Is, crazier media say because I'm Mike humbled by that. Because like I told my dad, my parents one day, I'm GonNa go to Texas because his mom lives out here and he's from Georgia. He says I'm GonNa meet Trent shelter. It is like I'm going to somehow maybe work speak with him. But I'm GONNA meet him. And he told me that and I said, you know Weber I said I'm about to make your dream, become a reality, Gimme, your phone number..

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"36" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton

Straight Up with Trent Shelton

04:35 min | 9 months ago

"36" Discussed on Straight Up with Trent Shelton

"Let me say so I happen to be in my comments. Right? I made a video and I'm always connected my comments and this is the point I'm trying to prove how something small, how something small something minor. So the world. Can make a major change in your life. That's why I say do not give up on doing the things that are in your control like so many people want these major things to happen, but yet, they can't be disciplined enduring the small things that are in your control, but there's a lot of things that are out of your control. Right? You can't control. You know if somebody you know follows you, you can't control. If you know your brain grows, you can influence the but. But there's factors that you really can't control. I can't control somebody bringing me on TV. I can't control none of that. But what I can control is doing the work would can control right is making sure that I'm sort of every single day without can't control as make sure progress being made. That's what I can't control. We often times we forget about how powerful that is anybody that you see at a high level I promise you..

"36" Discussed on The Secret Lives of Black Women

The Secret Lives of Black Women

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on The Secret Lives of Black Women

"Come as a surprise. Yeah because we're just saying now the last episode but this is a decision that you and I have sat with and thought about. Yeah for quite some time. Yeah we have decided that you know we've done really big work with this podcast and it feels at least. This is such a big important chapter of my life but for both of us were in these moments where it's time to turn a page. Yeah I think that what we've made with this podcast. I think we've covered topics that were very important. We've talked a lot of great people and I'm a big believer in things being like complete when they're complete we very much made this podcast to be something that you could listen to all the time like we tried to do it We tried to make episodes that. Were Evergreen that. Were about specific topics to black women that you can go back to and you can reference. If he like India ARI ALBUM ACOUSTIC SOUL. Which is something that? I still go back to a different points in my life specifically the the song strength courage and wisdom which I feel like has meant different things to me at different points in my life and I very much hope that this podcast has done that for you. You know. It is coming as a surprise for us to end but I think this is for me personally. A SPRINGBOARD OTHER. Yang's because I'm a big believer in making things for black women and that's and this podcast has just made me stronger in that Mission and that mission on that journey like my life's work is to make things for black women to see themselves and this has been such a big part of seeing like this is what I was literally placed on this earth to do and deceit in the world and I think that they're so much more than we hope that this podcast is inspired you to have your own conversations in your own ways to create outlets. Yeah for more of this in the world and you know this is the last episode but we do have guessed in the guest are us for. Lawrence is each other. Yeah CHARLOTTE IS A. I'm like writer and producer in Los Angeles now. Yeah Yeah you know who we are that we need to do. An intro an intro but I will say I'm really nervous to interview even though we talk all the talk honestly a little bit. I'm sad to say this and I'm sad to see this end because I've I've loved every moment of this. I really have like this has been one of the best projects I've ever worked on and I do think it has lots to do with the fact that we worked with mostly black people with mostly women. Yeah And we talked only two black women. We talked only the black man really really sad to see this end because I feel like I've grown so much and learn so much about the world but it also about my cell. Yeah leg it's really interesting for me to go back and listen to episodes and it's almost like a time capsule And I can make your aware of my own. Personal growth are like. Oh my God. This was happening in my life and this really hit me in this moment because it was speaking to this very specific thing this happening here and I just flake. I'm getting emotional. Surprise guys This podcast has allowed me to see myself. Yeah and not as a host but myself as like reflected through the experiences of other black people of other black women.

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"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

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"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Is a good bill. Two-parter oh yeah. I mean much much smaller scale than Galactic Storm. But Yeah Story. I thought interesting and it does a little direct APP. Go ahead man does give. I mean it's not it doesn't say after the after the storm at the top of the cover but you know it gives a little bit of At the end you get a little bit of closure little wrap up but it's a whole separate quasar adventure to school. I like the hero. Shot there at the end. Her is the is the tallest macari sovereign quasars the shortest of. L. That's okay. I've ever get this. Get this to open. We can. Yeah we feedback from ray or does the believe. You'RE CLEVELAND THIRTY SIX. All right everyone. Here's some feedback from ray from a into the night mnay. Podcast last son's crypt on The upcoming episodes of spider casserole we talking scarlet spider and basically as. I said pretty much half the podcast on earth. So did you did you see that. Meanwhile mine I saw a couple of times already said it's it's it's captain America from a winter. Soldiery a well. They did a couple in different ponds. The one he he goes. Hey did you hear your bladder? Thought Documentary won an award which won the Golden Globes. Sorry so again. Our international friend Ray. From a half the podcast the known universe Takeaway Aloe Phil will and Matt. He's right just giving some thoughts on quite Issue Thirty six a very another very cool issue attack of the soul tactical restricted. Three free. Mind points I think And overall found the issue quad enjoyable There was a lot of a look ethic questions which I found really interesting again. Greenville's rotting I'm such a fan of everything. Just hang on every word but Yes I number one. I liked the the discussion. All thought process Ahead with himself in comparing What the vengeance did to the supreme intelligence in Operation Galactic Storm to what he's contemplating to do to To the soul eater and I don't know your thoughts on. Its way the he justified it or not About why that Grin will Played it out. Was I guess that now? The Supreme Intelligence. He's death penalty was punitive as opposed to Killing the SOLWAY TA in order to save lives You know it. It seems it seems towns. That kind of logic is groping This little bit of making will. He's kind of justifying these things slightly hypocritical sale What you saw with that. But I found that quite interesting. The second point was another quandary with with ethics authority. Was those really cool Drove actually the end of it into the story. And that was quite talking to those salsa did crease souls within the soul eater and And we made a couple of them. One of the souls. Happy to Bain Eighty K. You know what was happening but quiz points points out that you know. Would you rather have a real kind of death with owner or do you wanna be doing potty to more destruction and certainly destroying a lot? so again the Something to think about and again this is the point of difference from quite comics with others. Just a little sort and a lot of these little things that groenewold had placed in storytelling at fondly number. Three I just thought I'll throw it out there. That embryo and the embryonic sac. I just thought that was brilliant. Touches quite grotesque get at an Kapila does a really good job of depicting it? 'cause you Konaga sense of a heist in one of the panels. But it's not. It's still obviously an embryo Quite disgusting but it was What compelling as well look away. It'll be back home. The embryonic sac and never thought excitement anyway. Again as always the he'll thoughts on it What do you think of actually that? Saad story with Kyla and a what is she called. H? Say I day Like the TV Moon. Dryden Machines Other did you find that interesting. I'm quite interested as well. That little man did he come from the other universe And was he responsible for? That's kind of incapacitation of the Anglo. I guess we can think now it is a non story but Yeh Electric Power as well. It's anyway yeah. Just what did you think of that? Secondary Plot Anyway I'll give this I'll give this issue with seven embryonic sex out of ten and wrapped up nicely catch us. Oh yeah that whole portal thing. We'll get into that Eventually I think they get to their destination by the next issue. I believe right I think so. Yeah I I'll be honest that the whole subplot with Kayla. It never really kind of wowed me I was. I felt like it fell into that trap. Of If you hang around a superhero. You're GONNA get superpowers. You know that seems to have been in every book and I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not GonNa ruin it for Ray or anybody else's listening but you know it directly leads into of course the giant issue fifty of quite right. You know I I it never really really worked for me. I mean it should because grunwald bring all these errors. Noggin essay. Who Chrome is which is what are called. It's Never really came together for me. I don't know why but after the others have other opinions. I mean except for. Yeah issue fifty. I mean that's some plot. It's like they're going somewhere and it's just like okay well and I guess I'd probably hold it against it too because because of that subplot I mean. That's that's kind of note that the book went out on right That last big giant crossover which was not edited very well because they got the numbers wrong on a lot of things talk. That just left a bad taste in my mouth. I don't know but it's I mean it's still grunwald. And he's still he's doing some really long-form plotting here. I mean this is a thirty. What thirty one was when he went to the universe right? And you know we're still there's a subplot that comes out of that that you know blows up in fifty and then in sixty you know so thirty three years later still dealing with the ramifications of all that yeah but he also heading deal with Operation Galactic Storm Infinity or yeah exactly and starve blast the now but I just need before issue fifty. He had to get through in those events which speaking of which next episode will be Infinity. Wore number two. And there we go we can do a quick recap of issue one so starting next episode alternate between Infinity War on finished anywhere quiz on. And there's a great scene coming up that I just love it's Quasar thirty eight I think where warlock Infinity Watson doubts pop in and caps. Nobody duty thing everybody does. Everything but QUASAR Bubbled UP IN. And it's just everything's fine. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. We'll get there. I mean there's like guys like the whole thing like trying to break through that bubble and it was like. Yeah I just got on the job. Let me give you a bullhorn but yeah it's your raise right. Grunwald ruin was an intelligent writer. He really was just injecting having having the main character thing about well. Okay I I really don't WanNa kill this thing but it's killing something else in my friends are here in. Baba you know thinking about the ethical considerations of your actions. I mean it's kind of an interesting take. Yeah I loved his writing on this and Captain America. I think I've said many times but it's like you know the whole thing. If you can have dinner with anyone alive or dead it'd be GRUNWALD. Oh yeah that'd be awesome thoughts. Mr Kona I I can't follow the the mess for the quantum zone and I. I sort of had the same issues with the Kayla stuff. I love the character when she first comes out and it is a bit of A. It's sort of like a strange trends. That transition almost like if you're a is Zappin So this TV show called twin peaks. I think you guys have seen as decided the nineties Rebooted but Laura Centers around the death. The.

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"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Quoting phantasm? 's could these be the souls of the dead cre-. You're cre- law. Yes Ya yes. Who Are you? I'm Quasar of Earth. This world of yours is a creature who apparently implored the life forces of all the dead create the incident of radiation death. Not only that. The creature appears to be in the process of killing more things just to take their life forces away. I was trying to stop. It failed so far. My energy doesn't seem to affect it then. This isn't Hunedoara. If you mean some sort of afterlife no I SRI it isn't. It's more limbo if you know what that is so I have surmised in have been trying to tell them. I mean you guys. I mean you guys no harm but the entity that's haunting you does. He's using you all somehow. This sale also suspected the entity has immense power and strength and stature all derived from having eaten and digested your spiritual essences. What difference does it make where dead nothing will bring us back to life? Perhaps once we're used up we will then pass on to our alternate destination. But it does matter. Do you really want your lives to be used to kill other living things. I do not. I do not care while you guys are going to have to decide for yourself if you want to be used for food by an opportunistic creature profiting from the horrendous tragedy that has befallen the peoples of the illustrious cre- empire you your friends and families or if you want to embrace death with dignity you've earned. I can't really tell you any more than that They stick in their fading. Thank you for telling us the nature of our circumstances I will see to it that my billions of brethren are enlightened at the speed of thoughts. Not Take Long. Perhaps I could persuade them to resist being used in this obscene manner. Thanks good luck in. Oh Oh I still gotta find her Mac. If that plank can convince the creosote to revolt against their cannibalistic jail keeper and they begin the bust out things inside the seniors body could get very messy. Maybe even lethal. I think I've pinpointed the signal from the quantum or I put around her and Mac doesn't appear to be too far from here but there's no telling if I'll ever reach it letting the current of Soll Es Bloodstream. Carry me going to have to take the shortest route possible and that means ripping through the soul eaters. Insides like a micro scalpels but moments later. I don't know not already Mac. Her whole thing blows up the Swedes body blasted in the shards of quantum. Or not the shield Mac and her lock on satellite line in soon ways. Man You came through buddy you are. We weren't working for Mitt. Should've been what did you do? Quasar nothing really. I just talked to a couple hundred billion souls in the making a break for freedom. They did the rest Health Space Pizza. Yeah it's hard to tell Hussein It's probably Max. Space via seems like a wise okay. A wide remark as a space is doing. I wonder if the wicked look at this side of its embryonic sac though sorry area but I bet it's still at least a quays. What's a matter for guy you've saved the day? You sure? Look down in the mouth. I think we ought to observe a moment of silence for the cre- As a minute ago there truly dead and ironically they have the protector of the universe. To thank. This.

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"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Because we were. We were talking about so talking Cardigan because the boys saw the first episode behind a lot of you were. It's only it's all like I said Zoe. Only three episodes out so far they drop every Thursday case myself. That's right. Yeah that's right because I got an early Valentine's prison for my wife. I go to subscription. Cbs All access. Luke what else do they have on there is a CBS shows? I mean they they have The other star Trek Guest Star Trek Star Trek discovery yet. That's telling well like I've seen the first one for free when it first came out. I wasn't impressed but once I got to the second episode. I it's getting better. It's good and then I just started the second season they brought in Anson Mount as Christopher Pike Captain Pike Aright Cool. The Guy who played the guy who played back blackboard on in humans. He's a lot better here. Might be the material. I don't know you can talk to make this. Oh I saw little movie this weekend. Birds OF PREY perhaps. Yeah see one of the Oscar. The Oscar nominated fills out. Okay what do you think is I heard mostly thing so I know that you had some trepidation. Because the characters little difference in terms of how they're portrayed little little too much harley spoiler free overall opinion okay little too much Harley Quinn. They could've fleshed out some of the other characters. More like the birds of prey title of. Yes Oh did you see that saw article tonight? I guess in theaters now. We're all scrambling I guess. Now they're putting Harley Quinn more in the beginning of the title. It's like if that was. Yeah but yeah I mean I I liked it I liked the hunters and Black Canary. But it's like could have been flushed out way more. Yeah it was just a feathered out. Oh I only did like got thirty. Three million domestic this weekend. I but I think it's already made. Its money back stab with their saying. That cost eighty to make and I think it may eighty or eighty one worldwide. So I mean I guess they kind of broke even right now the R rating right that's rated R. rated even shipping some money out of their pockets. Probably and I don't know why I mean it. The ours mostly for language like they're dropping F bombs like it's World War Two but I mean just I mean the the violence even that bad. They swear a long trumpet him from those fifty nine to saying the violence wasn't that bad that they couldn't have toned it down just a tiny bit and gotten that. Pg thirteen yeah. Most of it was for language. Do you think they'll once upon a dead pool at you? Think they'll do half edited for language. I need to Redo a lot of stuff with this movie. It's like they. Have Cassandra. Cain who was back girl. One of the deadliest fighters in DC universe. The character bears no resemblance to her. I said it. I said it on our review. That just dropped today. I'm like. They're they're CASSANDRA. Cain reminded me of Russell from deadpool. Two OKAY INTERESTING SAKE. Check it out. Yeah I'M GONNA have to Check it out too. It just definitely and there's a few things in there unlike other tried so hard to make her dead poll but now I don't think she's in the fourth wall breaking enough so yeah. No one's going to happen there. What do you think I know the time this comes out? The Oscars will be in the rear view but Joker won for best score. Oh that's actor. Yeah at Kenya. I came with my joker. Well I have not seen it now. I just I. It's kind of Gotham either. I mean it's like okay. I WANNA watch. Batman does does Gotham Gotham only exist as backdrop and Universe for Batman? We'll we'll we'll we always joke Tori podcast at about it like a you know. They brought all the all his enemies like early. So it's like oh by the time he gets old enough to combat me all his are going to be like hard walkers using well. God I just feel like the joker in a lead role. That's that seems to be what the Oscars loves though. I mean he's ledger. Now Looking Phoenix I mean. Yeah Yeah I guess so and this was like and you know they don't like the awards the Superhero movies. This was like the least Super Comic Book Move In. Now come out recently because basically you could almost I mean a little tiny tweaks to this movie and it would. You could just been a movie about a crazy guy that could've been taxi driver When taxi isn't over instead in white makeup. Yeah Yeah. It's Kinda like I mean this was I didn't Gotham either but it's There's a patent will joke comedian in each fuck about the Star Wars. The first batch prequels came out and I. I'm going to butcher the bit. But he says something like trying to picture the pitch meeting for the movie executives. Yo You know Luke Skywalker you know the or You gotTa Love Him. But he's a little kid but just like the little kid a mess. So I thought Darth vader yeah. I thought it was GONNA be like. 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You know if you can't make it since raise on their he should turn turn the tables on them and sending feed and that's high. Hey guys guys is matt from the Quantum's impala can't I you know what I I do. Kinda like the weird our stuff so I might might might drop in Don. Style and chat with you guys jumped on tonight. I was expectancy donny from Denmark. Man. While I'll put it on my calendar just in case I am going to be moving soon. Movin like before the end of the month so I could be exhausted. Could still be awake but you might see a different backgrounds. Besides what just a different part. Yeah a different euro-disneyland behind me baby new apartment. Let me handsome comic art on the wall. That's all right. We'LL HAVE A. We'll have more room for my helmet books. Which is good. We're getting a Harry man cave. We'll we'll say like sh sh she mentioned it and As you know because you were moving to get more space like you'll you'll Laura your comic books and stuff and I was like you know you gotta be careful with what you're delvin out. I'll take a mile every brother foot. Scott to be longer full length. Want exactly. That's right near the full length. Posey any fortress of solitude need a quantum own if you yeah I I need a bookshelf with an inter dimensional portal. Oh my Lord. That's my thing. If I win the lottery a putting in like big home theater could be like all all back came style like a sliding bookcase or something. Did you ever think it was on? Tv or something. Some guy did that and he had like the Shakespeare bus from Batman Sixty six. He turned the gun. Lock the door and the big screen. And I'M GONNA have like display cases. You know maybe like a Batman suit on one side like a spider man on the other something yes. Let's all can make quasars right. Alright so shall we hit up. 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"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

"There's new podcast I wanNA tell you about. It's called unprecedented. It's about everyday Americans who pushed the boundaries foundries of the First Amendment. Some were find somewhere even jailed and they ended up taking their cases the Supreme Court to help the rest of US figure out what freedom of speech really means needs for example. Here's the question can a kid. Where a black armband to school? It's a bullet fashioned choice. But what if it's a protest against war it's silent not not really disruptive so what's the problem and what does con La say about that or can you burn a cross in an open field even if you have permission from the fields owner Tirr all these stories plus legal analysis from. NPR's Nina Totenberg checkout unprecedented. Wherever you listen to podcasts? Trump's impeachment means that there's going to be a Senate trial apart from the legal issues for me. There's another question what we'll John Roberts where article one of the constitution says that when the president of the United States is tried the chief justice justice shall preside that means the current chief justice. John Roberts will preside over the Senate trial of president trump. Roberts has been on the court since two thousand and five five Bill Clinton was the last president who faced impeachment by the House and trial in the Senate and the Chief Justice who presided over his Senate trial was William Rehnquist. People took note of his robe so a bit of background just another legal systems often wear elaborate robes. The British Supreme Court justices have handmaid's ceremonial robes embroidered. With real gold thread the justices of the Supreme Court of Canada have scarlet robes trimmed with white mink but in the United States today federal and state judges generally wear a very simple plain black robe and that goes for the United States Supreme Court as well since one thousand nine hundred twelve. The Bentley and Simon Robe factory in Salem Virginia has made robes for the supreme court. Justices take about five weeks to make back. And they're known for their horse hair canvas line caller that helps make them cool and comfortable lifetime guarantee but one day nineteen ninety-four four justice rehnquist had four one inch wide gold. Stripes sewn onto each sleeve of his Bentley and Simon Model J seventy one. According into fellow Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor he simply surprised us with the change one morning. He said he'd recently seen Gilbert and Sullivan Opera. In which the Lord Chief Justice Worry Robe with gold stripes this would have been a production of Yolande and the A lot. They just your typical comic opera. Where Immortal fairies confront the house? Ford's a reporter asked the Supreme Court Press Office. What's the meaning of the stripes? There's no meaning was the answer. He just likes the look the look good. I liked him. I remember that probably playing though. That's my expectation Roberts Robertson going to go plain black four short. I wonder if there's a betty market on that but all he doesn't like exude like that super interested in things like or something this is this is all he's over wanted to do even though it would. It'd be hard to figure out what the framers met by bribery. Don't you think it's rhetorically better. Like if he committed bribery. And it's written in the constitution. That briberies impeachable offense to just charge him with it anyway. Yeah I mean I can see that but I think the easiest thing is to just say when you just do something that's really benefiting you and you're the president that's using your power and I think that's an easier story to tell. Aw because once you talk about bribery than people immediately think of the crime and then reference to the crime invariably gets all kinds of talking heads about like Walter regular bribery case would be win or would he be acquitted. I think it just becomes much more complicated in that sense. Even though you know people kind of feel like yeah I get what briberies about vowed it is actually a crime that has to have like certain elements proven and then you get into a bunch of arguments about that and I think that abuse of power is a much. It's more kind of simple. You're not supposed to use your position for personal benefit so we're like purposely trying to veer away from something that seems like a criminal case because dot com bogged down. This thing that is not criminal trial. I think that's one way of looking at it. So you can think of of bribery and the background and it clearly is because it's in the house report supporting the articles of impeachment. But it's almost like the scaffolding ray it's the reference point to say. Well this is what the abuse of power is about but the actual article itself is a more kind of simple to understand. You're not supposed to do this when you're the president. Do you think the narrowness of the articles are built to try to control the narrative because of social media and all these different ways that they can present awesome. That might be part of it. I mean I think it's an easy thing to message right because you know once in a world where the impeachment was about Ukraine and Russia and nepotism and emoluments. It becomes out of control. And then you can just pick it apart by a thousand cuts so I think there is some logic to saying. Oh you know. Let's have the impeachment be narrow. Let it be fast and let it be a story that everyone can agree at least what the charges are about. Even if if they don't agree that there's a there there it makes for a stronger case because it's easy to explain in a world where nobody has an attention span anymore. I like I remember the Clinton impeachment I worked in a lab it. It was played on the radio all day long. And it already seems like we've been through so much boating articles gain out of committee even the Senate acquittal seems like a complete actually and so you know what is it historically like what's the value of it and the impeachment itself of BBC yourself visit the shift argument that you just like you have to call cheaters cheaters. When they do it I mean if the constitution means anything it's supposed to rise to the occasion when you know? Congress thinks that the presence presents been doing something wrong. I mean even if the political partisan nature of it means that a lot of people feel like they know the outcome You may be virtually virtually certain if this process is nothing. Then why why do we even have it. It's one of those things I get has to take place. It has to take place if there is meaningful evidence and we have every reason reason to believe that there's all this meaningful evidence because of all the testimony texts things released by the White House itself to suggest that there's wrongdoing you know it can't can't just be that well. It doesn't matter because everyone knows the outcome. Then we don't live in a I mean not to get off on you. We don't live in a we. Don't have a rule of London. It doesn't mean anything. Thanks thanks..

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"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

"Now an ordinary criminal cases. There's usually only circumstantial evidence that points to an unspoken. Okay Agreement. Things like what the people involved said how they behaved. And the timing of their actions just denying. It doesn't mean you didn't do it. And as for satisfying the corrupt intent requirement of bribery. That means acting out of personal interest. Trump had this to say in a tweet from December fourth. When I said in my phone call to the president of Ukraine? I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot right and Ukraine knows a lot about it with the word us I am referring to the United States our country then just a few days later. Read the transcripts. Also see where I say us our country as opposed to me meaning me and then say that the Attorney General of the United States will call. Oh you and then three days later. He tweeted read the transcripts us is a reference to USA. Not Me trump saying that when he said I'd like you to do us a favor though he meant to do the United States a favor. It's not the most believable of defenses and remember the favor he requested requested wasn't part of any official change in American policy toward Ukraine. The request was viewed by American officials. Who testified before the House as being improper unusual unusual and politically motivated? Take with David. Holmes and official at the US embassy in Ukraine said when he testified before. The House home said that when he asked Gordon silent about trump's position on Ukraine quote ambassador Sunland agreed. The president did not give it about Ukraine but from and what we now know from all those texts documents and sworn testimony. There certainly seems to be a lot of evidence. Pointing to a corrupt exchange. For instance instance silent testified that the White House was interested. Only in an announcement of investigation into the Biden's according to Sunland the Ukraine president quote only had to announce the investigations. He didn't actually have to do them. As I understand it. Remember Psalm was working behind the scenes to get the Ukrainians to make this happen. Happened a White House visit and American aid conditioned on a formal announcement that the Biden's were being investigated. Solomon was one of several people people associated with the Ukraine call who testified before the house in the second part of November. Many more people who are asked to testify did not why not because on October Eighth White House counsel Pat Sip Baloney wrote a letter to house speaker. Nancy Pelosi and the three chairs of the house. Committees running these investigations instigations. It's an eight page letter but I can summon up in one sentence. We're not going to participate period. That meant that some people critical to understanding what exactly a happened in that July twenty fifth phone call would not be testifying like secretary of state. Mike POMPEO chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and former White House counsel Don mcgann again now. In some of these instances the House has gone to court to compel testimony but we're not likely to know the resolution of these cases for some time but the House has moved ahead under Fifth House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced that the House of Representatives will be drafting articles of impeachment against President Trump in her formal address policy said during the debate over impeachment of the constitutional convention. George Mason also asked show any man be above justice. Show that man be about it. Who can commit the most extensive injustice and if we allowed president to be above the law? Aw We do so. Surely at the peril of our republic in America no one is above the law at at seven in the evening just two days later. The House Judiciary Committee held what's called a markup session unto articles of impeachment and voted to approve those articles just three days later. The full House of Representatives voted on the articles of impeachment. On Wednesday December eighteenth with a democratic majority. The articles were approved making trump. The third president students in American history to be impeached by the House. So what's the basis of this impeachment. So we spent a lot of time talking about president. Trump's actions ends words and tweets over the past couple of years they've been subjected to lawsuits and protests endless media coverage but the basis of the impeachment is pretty narrow. Oh the House has decided to focus on Ukraine one article accuses trump of obstruction of congress. It says that trump has directed elected the unprecedented categorical and indiscriminate defiance of subpoenas issued by the House of Representatives pursuant to its sole power of impeachment the other articles of impeachment alleged that trump has committed an abuse of power by soliciting the interference of foreign government in the twenty twenty United States presidential selection. This is a direct reference to that July twenty fifth phone call. You might ask well. Isn't this bribery. Why doesn't the article directly charge? The president with bribery. One part of the answer is probably political. Abuse of power might just pull better with the public and bribery has some complications. We've already talked about how some elements or parts of federal bribery may be tricky though certainly not impossible to prove and then there's the complication that the current federal statute and bribery didn't exist when the constitution was drafted. There was what we'd call the common law of bribery. That's judge made law but notice. Then we start to go down the path of debating which and whether a certain kind of bribery matters and of course in the end impeachment itself isn't a criminal prosecution at all there's no conviction in at the end of the process in the same way there's a criminal conviction the worst thing that happens to trump the very worst would be removed from office so why is talking about bribery. Three still useful because the crime of bribery remains in the background of impeachment. Even if it's not formerly the basis of an article of impeachment in fact when the House released its formal report to support impeachment late. In the night of December fifteenth it refers specifically to the federal crime of bribery as the report itself says. Although president trump's actions need not rise to the level of a criminal violation to justify impeachment. His conduct tear was criminal and they proceed through the analysis of bribery. That we've just walked you through here. The subject of bribery matters to trump trump To even before during after the house launched its impeachment. Investigation trump himself was talking about a quid pro quo on November. Third Trump tweeted. False stories are being reported that a few Republican senators are saying that president trump may have done a quid pro quo. But it doesn't matter. There's nothing thing wrong with that. It is not an impeachable event. Perhaps so but read the transcript there is no quid pro quo kind of internally inconsistent. They didn't do it do it. No I did. It doesn't matter. On Friday. December December thirteenth trump tweeted. It's not fair that I'm being impeached. When I've done absolutely nothing wrong? The radical left do nothing Democrats have become the party of hate. They are so bad for our country by making Ukraine the narrow focus of impeachment. The House also makes the case for the speed of its process as House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff said in a press conference on December tenth. This impeachment is really about the next election shift posed it this way by the argument. Why don't you just wait amounts to this? Why don't you just let him cheat in one more election? Why not let him cheat just one more time? Why not let him have Ford health just one more time? So that is what that argument amounts to and trump's more recent tweet defenses veer away from what happened in Ukraine instead. The president is just pretty upset about impeachment on December thirteenth. He tweeted. How do you get impeached? Have done nothing wrong. A perfect call have created the best economy in the history of our country rebuilt our military fixed the va cut taxes and rigs protected. Your Second Amendment created jobs jobs jobs and so much more crazy and on December seventeenth trump wrote and angry rambling sometimes false discrimation point riddled six page letter to Speaker. Pelosi among his complaints are the following quotes. You have cheapen the importance of the very ugly word impeachment by proceeding with your invalid impeachment. You are violating your oath of office. You are offending Americans of faith by continually continually saying I pray for the president when you know the statement is not true unless it is meant in a negative sense. It is a terrible thing you are doing but you will have to live with you. Know what I I write this letter to you for the purpose of history and to put my thoughts on a permanent and double record and not to be forgotten. This line nine more due process was afforded to those accused in the Salem witch trials and on the eve of his impeachment trump tweeted and they want to impeach me. 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"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

"Okay. France is week number three in the radio topiary forever fund drive and I have an update update in a brand new gift level to consider first off. We're still looking for thirty five thousand donors of any amount to join us in creating all the shows you love at Radio Tokyo Dot. NFL as I record this we have about seventeen thousand which is not bad but we still need to double that and the next several days. Now we love it when people can commit to giving a monthly amount because that ongoing support is the innovation funding that creates new shows like ear hustling articles of interest and trump on law and for some shows in the collective that donor stipend is is their lifeblood it provides critical infrastructural support. But here's the thing I know not. Everyone can give every month. I have been there but I want you to have the experience of supporting the media. 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And I'll take you by the hand and we'll wade into these waters together after that you and me we're pals else you can do this. Go to Radio Topa Dot. FM Okay this time we're going to jump right. In with trump to recap beginning in September. Are we learned from an anonymous whistleblowers complaint that President Trump held a thirty minute phone call on July twenty fifth with the newly elected president of Ukraine Volodymyr Voldymyr Zelinski. The United States is a very important ally to Ukraine and struggles against Russian aggression including fighting russian-led forces. We we are their most important ally. Zilenski was hoping to arrange for a White House visit as a public symbol of the US Ukraine alliance and Congress had all ready approved three hundred ninety one million dollars in aid to be provided to Ukraine and while the US and Ukraine our allies. It's fair to say. Hey that Ukraine is not exactly an equal relationship here. According to the White House zone release summary of that July call trump. Now infamously famously said to Dolinsky. I would like you to do us a favor. Though that favor included two things first to look into what is a baseless conspiracy conspiracy theory that it was Ukraine. Not Russia that interfered in the two thousand sixteen election. The second favor was for Ukraine to launch an investigation into the Joe Biden and his son for corruption. Like the first part of the favor. The idea that either Biden or his son engage in corruption has no factual basis. We learned later that the aid to Ukraine that Congress had already approved had been put on hold by the White House before the phone call after after the House foreign affairs. Intelligence Oversight Committee's announced on September ninth that they would launch an investigation into what happened to those funds the trump administration and released the hold on their money on September eleventh. There are two parts of the favor in that now famous phone call between trump and Alinsky but to make things simple. Let's focus on trump. Asking the president of Ukraine to launch. An investigation into the Biden's bribery. Was a serious enough crime that it was one of the few that was explicitly explicitly mentioned in the Constitution. The constitution says impeachment can be based upon treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors but could what trump did qualify qualify as the crime of bribery. Short answer is yes. So let's begin with the Federal Criminal Statute on bribery. That's eighteen. USC TO A one it makes it it. A crime for a public official to directly or indirectly correctly demand seek receive accept or agree to receive or accept anything of value. Personally in return for being influenced in the performance of any official act. Thus you need one a public official to who who is demanding accepting or promising three a benefit or a thing of value for with a corrupt state of mind and five to be influenced in an official Social Act. Now let's address the easiest and Moose confusing thing that's been discussed. Wait say defenders of the president. He's obviously not guilty. The of bribery because Ukraine received the money. This was one of the arguments made in a house. Republican memo of talking points released just before the public impeachment hearings in November Ukraine. Got The money anyway. That point was repeated again and again former. UN Ambassador Nikki. Haley said. It's hard for me to understand. Stand where the whole impeachment situation is coming from because what everybody's up in arms about then happen and Coulter tweeted on November thirteenth. If no crime was committed it doesn't matter what stopped you and Laura Ingram said on Fox News on November fourteenth attempted bribery. I bere- isn't in the constitution. Two things about this. I the suggestion that nothing wrong happened. Because of crime failed is like fingernails anger nails on chalkboard for law. Professors failed crimes are still crimes. People get convicted of criminal attempts. All the time attempts temps are not punished. That's pretty much the sideshow Bob Defense from the simpsons in one thousand nine hundred four episode of the show Bob. He's a circus clown and murderous. There's one calls into a radio show from prison and dismisses his conviction for unsuccessfully trying to murder Bart Simpson attempted murder. Now honestly what is that. Do they give a Nobel prize for attempted chemistry. Do they not for chemistry but Chur for crime it turns out being bad at bribery does does not exonerate you. Second the bribe doesn't even have to be a successful for you to actually be guilty. Federal bribery the federal statute punishes punishes public officials even if they only demand to receive something of value in order to perform a public act. The crime doesn't actually require you to go through brewers exchange so let's go back to the parts of bribery itself. Would I would like you to do us a favor though. Qualify for bribery. In this case the public official is president trump. He demanded. That's the I would like you to do as a favor. Though a thing of value courts of made it clear that a thing of value doesn't doesn't have to be money in fact it doesn't even have to be something that would be valuable to everybody just has to be valuable to the person accused of bribery for trump. This was a public announcement from Alinsky that he would investigate. Trump's political rival that's Biden and a conspiracy theory about the two thousand sixteen election. Those things count as things value. Now if this were a criminal case there might be slightly more difficulty with the other two parts of bribery. The person accused used of bribery has to agree to be influenced in order to get the benefit. Any must have corrupt intent that means acting out of self interest rather than for official purposes press' was their promise that connected the release of US aid in return for the Biden investigation. And was it done out of the president's interest in getting himself free elected on October. Eighth Trump tweeted I would love to send ambassadors Sunland a really good man and great American to testify I but unfortunately he would be testifying before a totally compromised kangaroo court where Republicans rights have been taken away and true facts are not allowed out for the public to see importantly ambassador silence. Tweet which few report stated I believe. You are incorrect about President. President trump's intentions the president has been crystal-clear no quid pro. Quos of any kind. That says it all well someone. Someone did end up testifying publicly and under oath before the House Intelligence Committee on November twentieth. Here's what he had to say about that. I know that members Brazil this committee frequently frame these complicated issues in the form of a simple question was there a quid. Pro Quo with regard to the requested quested White House call and the White House meeting. The answer is yes but it doesn't even matter. Whether or not trump used the words quid pro quo or even even denied that there was a quid pro quo that's why trump's impromptu public statement on November twentieth doesn't excuse him either he read from notes written and Shar our be on an Air Force One notepad right after silent testified about what trump wanted from Ukraine response. I want nothing I want nothing. I want no quid. Pro Quo.

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"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"36" Discussed on What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law

"This singing reasons were developed by the California reason advisory board those commercials boosted sales for Sun Diamond Growers. Growers this is a group of agricultural cooperatives that pool their resources for things like marketing. They represent the growers of products. Like prunes walnuts. It's and raisins. Just one of the group's members son made is the biggest raisin and dried fruit producer in the country and the world. Actually you know the maker of those little well read raisin boxes with the girl in the Bonnet on the cover pretty much. The entire American reason industry is located within a few hundred square miles in California's Central Valley. About halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles raisins alone are a serious five hundred million dollar industry. Just until a few years ago we even had a national raisin reserve in the nineteen nineties reasons. Exactly okay would never wanna around in the nineteen nineties. Sun Diamond was worried about changes to to government policies that have benefited from one involve federal reimbursements for overseas marketing campaigns by groups that sun diamond belong to like the California Prune Board and the Raisin Administrative Committee the other was the use of methyl bromide in raisin farming. Methyl Bromide was a popular pesticide. So changes were coming that we're going to disadvantage son made aid and they didn't like it one bit so around this time. Sun Diamond happened to give a lot of gifts to a man named Mike. espy tickets to of the nineteen ninety-three. US Open tennis tournament. Luggage meals a crystal ball. Thousands of dollars worth of gifts so who exactly was sp at the time. He was the secretary of Agriculture. The Guy who was in a position to change and to influence federal agricultural policy. which matters if you're in the business of dried fruit and nuts? We're these things. The tickets the crystal just gifts the federal government it didn't think so and in nineteen ninety six a federal grand jury indicted Sun Diamond for giving illegal gratuities. That's the crime of giving a gift gift to a public official for something official either. Did we're going to do. And that case eventually made its way up to the United States Supreme Court in Nineteen nineteen ninety nine. The Supreme Court rejected the government's theory of why Sun Diamond was guilty. Prosecutors didn't link the company's gifts with any particular other thing. The Secretary of Agriculture did or was going to do. The court's opinion was written by justice. Scalia who chose to explain the crime of of illegal gratuities by referring to its statutory cousin. The federal bribery statute while committing the crime of illegal. gratuities means. You're giving award to a public official. Bribery is different said Justice Scalia quote for bribery. There must be a quid. Pro Pro quo a specific intent to give or receive something of value in exchange for an official act. That's the essence of bribery. A quid would pro quo a Latin phrase. That means something for something a quid. Pro Quo is what makes bribery bribery as opposed to other crimes involving corruption corruption. We've heard a lot about bribery quid. Pro Quos and impeachment in the last few months at a rally in Hershey Pennsylvania on December tenth hand President Trump announced. This is the lightest impeachment in the history of our country by far. It's not even like and then actually it's a real impeachment. Trump is about to become the third president in American history to be impeached by the House of Representatives lives at the center of the allegations against trump are what the house has described as a bribery scheme. What is the crime of bribery? And and how do trump's assistant measure up to find out own. This is what trump can teach us about common law and ongoing monthly series of indefinite length. Where we take the tweets and six page page rambling letters of the forty fifth president of the United States and use them to examine our constitution? Like we never have before. Our music is from doom trade records are professor is your neighbor is Elizabeth Joe and fellow student in host Roman Maugham's.

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