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Marxists Love Talking About the History of Race in America When It's Convenient to Them

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 12 hrs ago

Marxists Love Talking About the History of Race in America When It's Convenient to Them

"The vast majority of the men. Who fought the civil war were white on both sides. On both sides, not exclusively. I said the vast majority And you literally had hundreds and hundreds of thousands of white men fighting other white men to end slavery. And the carnage was unbelievable. Unbelievable. Tens of thousands of men. Dying in one battle or the next battle. On a valley. And forests. In a wheat field. Tens of thousands dying each battle. Hundreds and hundreds of thousands of white men fighting other white men to end slavery. This is a time in the nation wasn't 60 some percent white. It's a time when the nation was probably over 80% white. Just my guess. If we are and if we were As these Marxists say we are and we were there would have been no civil war. Why would there have been? If all white so the same, and all whites won a dominant society and all whites are systemically racist. Why would all whites go to war with each other?

Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

02:07 min | 18 hrs ago

Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom

"Of the battle. He's not just east rail. Your jewish we all need to fight together. And i think the fact that old people were arrested. I know that the british government and the british police been very active around. It is a good place to start but this is not the end we need. We need to do more in order to fight. Antisemitism and i know the jewish communities very much concerned because no one experienced anything like that in britain and we need to make sure that britain will be the free democratic country that it stands for its values and not a country where jews are afraid to go to school or go to synagogues or to look lectures should be hotter valley as israel's first female. Uk ambassador she was born in recovered in nineteen seventy eight. The daughter of soviet georgian emigrants ardent zionists as with previous ambassador gavin episode thirty. He one about social mobility in israel. The dynamism of the economy tragically. There's anti zionism among young jewish people across the west in the us and he two heads are being turned by media and peer pressure. And while seventy five percent of american jews support israel as a jewish state eighty. Five percents say it's important or very important to stand up for the oppressed or marginalized hundreds of jewish google employees rejected. What they call the conflict of israel with the jewish people overbearing anti-israel narrative makes bias out of balance palestinian. Ism chant along by half wit football. Whoa korie and tv celebrities and her excellency has a message for those in the diaspora who are less than supportive of the jewish state. The young generation in britain can sometimes be very critical but israel's policy in certain fields in areas. But i think that most israelis have their own opinions like as you know. We're we're a country that everyone can criticize the government But i think by criticizing policy. You cannot just go and not support israel. Supporting

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Shohei Ohtani: Japan’s Babe Ruth

60 Minutes

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Shohei Ohtani: Japan’s Babe Ruth

"We first met shohei ohtani. He was the most captivating player in baseball. Who had yet to take his first swing or for that matter. His first pit in a major league game a prodigious hitter an fearsome pitcher from japan otani is now making a run for. Mvp and the majors not since v has a sports. Seen anything like what this batting leadoff otani hit a home. Run on the first pitch of the game. Then he threw eight shutout innings striking out ten batters with the hundred mile. An hour fastball. That's a comic book character. Nobody does does that.

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American Airlines Cancels Hundreds of Flights Due to Staffing Crunch, Maintenance Issues

Ben Ferguson Show

00:17 sec | 1 d ago

American Airlines Cancels Hundreds of Flights Due to Staffing Crunch, Maintenance Issues

"This summer travel Russia is approaching an American Airlines had to cancel hundreds of flights. The airlines has a high number of sick calls, along with significant staffing and maintenance issues are to blame. American says it will continue to cancel at least 50 to 60 flights a day for the rest of this month and 50 to 80 flights per day in

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Arizona Police Shoot Suspect Who Struck Multiple Cyclists With Vehicle

The Fullerton Financial Hour

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Arizona Police Shoot Suspect Who Struck Multiple Cyclists With Vehicle

"Casualty event happening this morning in show Low Six victims are recovering after a black super duty Ford pickup truck struck a group of cyclists participating in the annual Like the bluff event near Highway 60 Kristen Slater with solo. Police says the suspect, then fled the scene. Officers attempted to stop the suspect, which ultimately led to the suspect being shot. Six victims were transported for listed in critical condition in two in critical but stable 2 to 3. Others walked in for treatment, and one was air back to Phoenix. Ali Ventnor K T. A R news.

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COVID: What is the Delta Variant?

60-Second Science

01:54 min | 3 d ago

COVID: What is the Delta Variant?

"The latest virus variant to grab headlines is called delta. Why are scientists particularly concerned about it josh. Because it's more transmissible and it seems to be putting more people in the hospital. Tanya and it's on the rise all around the globe delta was first spotted in india and spread quickly to seventy four countries in england. It accounts for ninety percent of new cases taking over from the version called alpha. It's got a bunch of mutations. That seem to help it. Get inside human cells and vague. Antibodies that for it. Researchers at public health england found the chances of people passing delta around their households were sixty four percent higher than with alpha. That's a big jump. England had started opening up more recently to couldn't that have also led to more infections in addition to some feature of the variant itself. Yeah there's stuff going on that can heighten the delta numbers people started traveling and businesses and restaurants. Were opening. But the bottom line here is. There's a steep climb in delta cases and delta appears to send twice as many people to the hospital as alpha does. that's severe illness. Such as being unable to breathe. A lot of these people are younger. Underage thirty according to research in the medical journal. The lancet now this isn't all doom even with delta vaccines keep people safe health records in scotland. Show two shots of the pfizer. Vaccine blocked delta infection in eighty percent of people both the pfizer and astrazeneca. Vaccines kept practically everyone. Who got those shots out of the hospital. Early data from england show. So what's this all mean already in the us delta accounts for ten percent of infections. So it's coming. With summer reopenings and people mingling unvaccinated. People could get delta during the next few months setting up ugly fall getting vaccinated. The numbers show is the best route to keeping infections. Down and getting live closer to normal

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Sex with Dr. Jess

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

Master Dirty Talk: 60+ Tips & Examples - burst 02

"Good girl with a british accent shar you. You're very good girl. That was even british. I don't know what. That was arnold schwarzenegger to nibble. Let me to tell me you want to twist the right one along with the new. Okay now just do it in your regular voice telling me and my really good girl. Your real good girl.

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Sex with Dr. Jess

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Master Dirty Talk: 60+ Tips & Examples - burst 11

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Stephen Miller Analyzes How Biden, AG Garland, and the Left Are Controlling the Narrative

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Stephen Miller Analyzes How Biden, AG Garland, and the Left Are Controlling the Narrative

"Of black lives matter also anti Semitic, both of them anti American trying to overthrow the country. And he doesn't mind mention them as grave domestic terrorist threats. And yet look at what they did to our country during the course of the summer, and you didn't mention What is F B? I told him, which is 60% of hate. Religious crimes in this country had done against Jews, mostly Orthodox Jews, and it's not done by neo Nazis. They're bad enough. Don't get me wrong, but it's done mostly by Relatively recent immigrants from the Middle East, as well as African Americans in Brooklyn. Why is it that he doesn't mention these things? Stephen Miller. Because for the left control over the narrative is everything because if if your narrative is that the biggest problem facing the American people Are radicalized white citizens. And that, of course, empowers you to do all kinds of things that you want to do throughout the government, including things that you know my organization America first legals involved in litigation on like critical critical race theory in government discrimination. And awarding some people benefits and taking benefits from others based on skin color. It's the narrative that is the moral predicate further whole agenda and also make the point. Everything is really important. When we're talking about domestic terror. I would say that what is happening on the streets of Chicago, by any definition is domestic terrorism gangs running rampant running wild Murdering people in broad daylight drive by shootings, killing woman killing Children happening on our streets That's domestic terrorism and under his department of Justice. Well, those people will not get any help. All over the world in foreign countries. People can come here by the millions and claim asylum. So the government is failing in its most fundamental duty, which is to take care of and protect our own citizens. Now That's a

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Informants Targeting Conservatives but Never Antifa to Promote AG Garland's Agenda About White Supremacy

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 5 d ago

Informants Targeting Conservatives but Never Antifa to Promote AG Garland's Agenda About White Supremacy

"In my experience, That's the primary reason you see people as unindicted co conspirators is that they're cooperators against bigger criminals. That works specifically well in counterfeiting drug cases. You know the low level dealers. You either let them offer charging at low level stuff. You get them to flip on the high level dealers. That's the way it typically worked. But why were there so many here? And why does the timing of the plea deals lead the author of the piece? If you read it to believe that these weren't in fact people who had flipped But people who may have been FBI informants the entire time? Listen, ladies and gentlemen, if the FBI gets information about a domestic terror attack, I don't care the party affiliation. Unlike the left, I have actual principles. I don't want cops being hurt Capitol police being hurt federal agents or anyone else and if you do it or involved in it, do you think it's a good idea? I'm not your guy and I never will be. But have you not ask yourself again? The question why the FBI found these groups so particularly interesting. Despite very little history of violence. Before we saw on January six Very little history And yet BLM and Antifa get a free pass. Get a free pass. We've seen almost nothing. Justice Department official even one on 60 minutes. Was happy enough to broadcast that they're engaging in a quote, shocking all campaign. Shock and awe against the people involved in this January six didn't set it up at the Capitol. Shocking all Shocking all campaign against BLM and antifa, too. If not, why not?

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Marxist Organizations and Promoters, Including College Professors, Must Be Held Accountable

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 6 d ago

Marxist Organizations and Promoters, Including College Professors, Must Be Held Accountable

"To violently resist or overthrow the United States government. And supported their belief that the United States government is purportedly it's eating its constitutional authority. Wouldn't that include Marxist organizations? Who don't even care about the constitutional authority they just want to overthrow. Wouldn't that include the ideology that we've been talking about critical race theory and other critical theories, not just critical race theory. Who insists on overthrowing our government. Who are promoting Marxism from the classrooms and beyond. What you're going to see when you read American Marxism as we have professors. Specifically We're indoctrinating kids. On violently overthrowing the United States government. They are tenured there on the public payroll. They are, quote unquote scholars. They are celebrated. And you're going to meet some of them. Do they count too? Do they count too? This certainly isn't a defensive These White Racists. But it is shocking to me that the Democrat Party uses this propaganda and this race attack. 60% of the American people. Over 60% of the American people who are white. For them all in the same barrel.

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Djokovic Defeats Tsitsipas in Five Sets to Claim 19th Grand Slam Title

BBC Newsday

00:51 sec | Last week

Djokovic Defeats Tsitsipas in Five Sets to Claim 19th Grand Slam Title

"And Novak Djokovic now has 19 Grand Slam titles. The Serbian putting an incredible performance yesterday to come from two sets down to beast, the final CityPass and when the French Open at Roland Garros It was the Greek player 60 passes First Grand Slam final. He was so close to winning it, but what happened started playing really shorts. I felt like my rhythm was self. I really wish I couldn't understand why things like this happened and evolved. But I was trying to figure it out during my game. It was difficult to come up with something. It's It's very unfortunate dream. Very sad and in the same way because it was it was a good opportunity. I was doing good. I was feeling good not to be four CityPass in Paris as we mentioned that is now. 19 Grand Slams for Novak Djokovic. He's just one behind Roger Federer. And Rafael Nadal now who both have 20

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Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

60 Minutes

02:02 min | Last week

Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis

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Bipartisan Senate Group Reaches Tentative Infrastructure Deal

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:36 min | Last week

Bipartisan Senate Group Reaches Tentative Infrastructure Deal

"Group. Of centrist senators says it's reached a tentative deal on an infrastructure bill. A statement this evening from the five Democrats and five Republicans says it is in their words are realistic Compromise framework to modernize our nation's infrastructure and energy technologies. And it comes days after the White House ended a weeks long effort to reach a deal with Senate Republicans. The New York Times. Emily Cochran joined us earlier on w. T O P to answer the question. Is this the deal we've been waiting for? I think there's a lot of skepticism about this plan. Certainly it's a sign Of progress that they have reached a tentative agreement. The president had reached out to a couple members of this group to encourage them to continue the work. And it's important to note that the amount of spending that we understand that they likely agreed to about 579 billion in new spending is a lot closer to the one trillion number the president has pushed for. But in this Congress, you do need to see at least 60 votes in the Senate. But alone in the house, where there's a slim slim margin, and it's not clear that enough people will get on board because there is such deep divisions over how big this package should be. And how do you pay for it? Is it safe to call this infrastructure in the traditional sense, roads, bridges, airports and none of that human infrastructure that President Biden and some progressives really wanted. Yes, so that the group was careful not to go into too many details about the plan. They didn't give specifics. But my reporting shows that this will likely be focused on the core physical infrastructure that has traditionally been supported by members of both parties. I

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What Else Does Admiral Giroir and Others Know?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last week

What Else Does Admiral Giroir and Others Know?

"Sources of Intel that suggests that China has an extensive biological weapons program. And that it's integrated between state laboratories, academia and private industry. So it is not crazy as people, um suggest, like Dr Collins suggested that this could have been part of a bio program. You know, guys, I'm sorry, but we could have used you a long time ago. Really? I'm not trying to step on your toes. I'm glad you're saying something. It's not personal. No disrespect intended. I mean that. But, man, where were you early? What were you afraid of? The media calling you a conspiracy Theories? They're a joke. They call everybody a conspiracy theorists that doesn't tout the liberal line. Why do you care? You know, it's easy to speak up when everybody in the media is going to celebrate you on the left. It's easy. I don't like trump hair. You get a big up in the Washington Post celebrating your bravery. You know what's difficult being a real renegade being a real misfit. Said that 1000 times and speeches I give publicly be proud of yourself. If you're a conservative, you're the real renegades. Right now. You're the ideological misfits. You're the land of misfit toys. And I mean that in a proud, dignified way that you're the ones walking around saying You know what? Wearing the badge of truth on your chest while all these idiots were telling you, you were the liar. Where the renegades right now we are where the truth tellers. The media has been on the wrong story of every major story in the last six years, arguably in the last 60

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The Exponential Rise of Ransomware

60 Minutes

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

The Exponential Rise of Ransomware

"Just how defenseless our food and fuel supplies can be to hackers this month. The largest meat producer in america was forced to close for several days and that was only three weeks after. Hackers shut down the main source of gasoline for the east coast. Both were ransomware attacks by hackers who break into a computer network and lock it until ransoms paid colonial pipeline paid more than four million dollars in may to get fuel flowing in the east again as we first told you in two thousand nineteen critical public service. Networks are also targets twenty six percent of cities and counties for example report that they fend off work attacks every hour perhaps even worse. Dozens of hospitals had been held hostage all across the country in january twenty eighteen. the night shift at hancock. Regional hospital watched its computers crash with deepest apologies. The one hundred bed facility in the suburbs of indianapolis got it. Ceo steve long out of bed. We had never been through this before. And it's something that i read in the journals. And i say oh those poor folks. I'm glad that's never gonna happen to us. But when you come in and you see that the files on your computer have been. Renamed in all of the files were renamed. Either we apologize for files or were sorry and there was a moment when i thought well. Maybe they're not so bad. They said they were sorry. But in fact they had encrypted every file that we had on our computers and on the network have said still had a told. Nine one one to divert emergency patients to a hospital twenty miles away. His staff turned to pen and paper. Nothing electronic could be trusted. This is a ransomware so this is a virus that has gotten into the computer system. Would it have the ability to jump to a piece of clinical equipment could have jumped to an iv. Pump could have jumped to a ventilator. We needed a little time just to make sure about that.

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Wet Notes - 6-6-21

Scuba Shack Radio

07:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Wet Notes - 6-6-21

"This is wet notes. Scuba shack radio's news and information update for sunday. June sixth two thousand and twenty. One first up. I like give you a quick update from stewart. Coves dive bahamas stewart. Coves has moved to new location. In coral harbour. Coral harbour used to be home of dive dive dive in nassau scuba center. Both are now gone. Stewart just moved to this new property in the last month and he has bought and he has big plans for the place right now. The main building is under significant renovation. So he has constructed some temporary structures to accommodate divers while things progress. I had a nice chat with stuart on his plans to build out the facility. And make it a great place to do your diving. When in nassau we are really looking forward to seeing how everything evolves move when we get back there next year. Good luck. Stewart as you begin this new phase. I'm sure you will make it a world class diving operation in the may two thousand and twenty one edition of the divers alert network. Safety stop newsletter. They introduced the return of the dan tags. So what are they will. The dan tags are small round crafted aluminum tag. That can easily attach to your. Bcd you tag will be laser engraved with important emergency information. That will help in the event that something happens. The dan tag will include your name date of birth. Your dan membership number any specific medical information. You'd like to disclose like allergies or other medical conditions plus contact. They're pretty attractive. Bright red and are easy to order from the dan website. The cost of the dan tag is twenty dollars. Check them out at divers alert network dot org and go to their online store in personalized. Your tag a couple years ago magazine. Podcast did a series on ballast and it was hosted by allen. Kelsey well ellen is back with a new five part series called the sound aquatic the ocean and the antra pause the first episode debuted on may twenty fifth and will run each week through june twenty-first. This series is about the sound scrapes that scientists are recording the surprising ways that animals talking. Listen and how the cove nineteen pandemic triggered a quietness in the ocean that is renewing commitments to lower ocean noise. The podcasts are quick moving and entertaining. You can find them at hawkeye magazine dot com or on any of your favorite podcast apps. Oh and if you wanna know what andro pause means. The term refers to a global reduction in modern human activity and it was coined by researchers in june. Two thousand twenty article in nature ecology and evolution. Guess she learn something new every day now. Here's some discouraging news out of grand cayman and it doesn't have to do with the covid nineteen pandemic but rather about another disease outbreak among coral the stony coral disease or sc td. According to an article in the came encompass an isolated area containing disease was spotted at life off a smith cove. And that's along the south west coast and that's not good. The came in department of environment also reported infected sites amal along grand cayman's east coast the now suspects that divers and boat operators be spreading it although scientists are still not exactly sure how stony coral tissue disease spreads. If you look at the outbreak map you get the feeling that it could be divers or boat. Operators there are new disinfecting guidelines for local divers. Not sure how these will translate to us when the caymans open back up again as if we didn't have enough to contend with with covid nineteen now it stony coral tissue disease and our dive gear every day. Now we're learning about more destinations for diving opening up around the world. One of these locations is bon air. There was an article on dive. News wire from the bon air tourism department. That indicated that. Us flights will resume. On june fifth and the country is launching an island-wide health initiative american and delta will be resuming their wednesday and saturday flights from miami and atlanta. Unlike the bahamas of it appears that you'll still need an antigen or pcr tests even if you are vaccinated before entry and of course for returning to the united states. It sounds like you might be able to get these tests at the airport or at three other facilities on the island so even though bonaire will open. Be sure you're properly prepared. Hopefully in the near future you'll be able to travel without restrictions if you're fully vaccinated and finally here on wet notes. I just saw that. Bob ballard has a new book out and it's titled into the deep and memoir from the man who found titanic a couple of years ago. We met doctor ballard at the sixty fifth boston. Sea rovers clinic and his presentation was fascinating. Some sure the book will be equally fascinating. There was an article on cnn where they interviewed bob allard. And according to this article the book delves into some of the most defining moments of his personal life including the tragic death of his son. Ballard turned seventy nine in june and he said that depend pandemic. He had a lot of times on his hands. So he teamed up with christopher drew the new york times who's an investigative journalists to write the book into the deep by robert. Ballard would be a good one to add to your summer reading list. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on scuba shack radio

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What Are the Health Benefits of Astaxanthin?

Sam's Happy Hour

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

What Are the Health Benefits of Astaxanthin?

"Nutrient? Now? Nutritionists love it because clinical research shows that fights fatigue while promoting muscle strength and endurance by one antioxidant measurement. It's 6000 times more powerful than vitamin C. It's 800 times stronger than CO Q 10. It can improve your depth perception, and millions of people in Japan use it every day to fight wrinkles and fine lines from the inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry torque owes is here to reveal the secret. She's practicing pharmacist and author She's written more than a dozen books on health, including the Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine. Welcome to the program. Sherry Toko is good to have you here. Hey, there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrients we're going to be talking about. It's called asked Xanthan and Reader's Digest. They featured it brilliantly in an article called The latest it antioxidant Esta xanthan is a fountain of youth. As you mentioned very popular in Japan used mainstream from for promoting beauty from within as a capsule, But here in North America, people just aren't as familiar with it. But listen to this. It has 60 human studies, solid dating its efficacy. And as a pharmacist, there's really caught my attention, and this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of, and diet. It's founded famine, but you'd really have to eat a lot of sand in like £5 just to get a good daily, though, as much as I love salmon, but I'm not going that far. Sherry. I didn't

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"60" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

03:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"60" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Here he is inside. London's royal albert hall for the opening at the proms in two thousand seventeen. One of the oldest and most anticipated festivals on the concert calendar typically glowing review described the performance as fiery magical in elegant people look at how cruel over his instrument and odds with every piano teachers demand for perfect posture. It's almost as if levitt is physically becoming part of the music contract.

"60" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

03:53 min | Last month

"60" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Twenty twenty robert williams arrived home from work to find to detroit. Police officers waiting for him outside his house in the quiet suburb of farmington hills michigan. Because you are under arrest warrants outstanding war. They had a warrant for his arrest. Awesome never been trouble with the law before and had no idea what he was being accused of. I'm like you can't just show up to my house and tell them under arrest she we look at all the cop goods favor and it says felony larceny on it. Broadened steel nothing. You're wrong person. Williams whose forty three now recovering from a stroke was handcuffed in front of his wife. Melissa and their two daughters we thought it was maybe a mistaken identity. Like did someone uses. Name was brought to this detention center and locked in a cell overnight. Police believe williams was this man in the red hat recorded. No detroit store in two thousand and eighteen stealing thirty eight hundred dollars worth of watches when detroit detectives finally question williams more than twelve hours after his arrest. They showed him some photos including from the store security camera so he turns and he's like so that's nice you and i looked at it picked it up and held up to as and i said i hope i don't think all blackie will look alike at this point. Said like bro. Why am i even here. He's like saugus computer guy wrong. The police officer said the computer got it wrong yet. A computer got it wrong. Williams didn't know the computer they were referring to was a facial recognition program detroit. Police showed us how their system works first. Photo of an unknown suspect is run against a database of hundreds of thousands of mugshots which we blurred for this demonstration so electric mud book. If you will. James craig has been detroit's chief of police since two thousand thirteen once. We insert a photograph probe photo. Enter the software. The computer may generate one hundred probables and then they rank these photographs. In order of what the computer suggests a software suggests is the most likely suspect the software sit in order of most likely suspect till it's then up to an analyst to compare each of those possible matches to the suspect and decide whether any of them should be investigated further in the robert williams case detroit. Police say they didn't have an analyst on duty that day. So they asked michigan state police to run this photo through their system which had a database of nearly fifty million faces taken from mugshots but also state. Id's and driver's licenses this old driver's license photo robert williams popped up. We learned it was ranked ninth two hundred and forty-three possible matches an analyst and sent it to detroit. Police as an investigative lead only not probable cause to arrest what happened in the case of robin williams. What went wrong. Sloppy sloppy investigative. Work sloppy chief. Craig says because the detective in detroit did little other investigative work before getting a warrant to arrest williams the response by this administration that detective was disciplined and subsequently commanding officer of that command has been appointed but it wasn't facial recognition that fail with phil was a horrible investigation two weeks after he was arrested. The charges against robert williams were dismissed. The police in detroit say that the williams case was enlarged puerto result of sloppy detective. Work being that's true. That's part of the story for sure but recognition is also part of the story of claire. Garvey a lawyer. Georgetown center on privacy..

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"60" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

05:28 min | Last month

"60" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"And a new fab in phoenix arizona. Intel's backyard where the taiwanese company will produce the chips apple needs but the americans can't make that was a big investment but there's a looming shadow over tsmc which supplies chips for our cars. Iphones and the supercomputer. Managing our nuclear stockpile china's president xi jinping who has intensified his longtime threat to seize taiwan china's attempts to develop its own advanced chip industry have failed and so it's been forced to import chips but last year washington imposed restrictions on chip makers from exporting certain semiconductors china both lou and gelsinger fear the escalating trade war with china may backfire. And an intel's case could hurt business. Biggest customer china's one of our largest markets today over twenty five percent of our revenue is to chinese Customers know we expect that this will remain an area of tension and one that needs to be navigated carefully. Because if there's any points that people can't keep running their countries or running their businesses because of supply of one critical component like semiconductors. Boy that leeson the take very extreme postures because they have to the most extreme would be china invading taiwan and in the process gaining control of tsmc that could force the us to defend taiwan as we did kuwait from the iraqis three years ago. Then it was oil now. It's chips the chip industry in taiwan has been called the silicon shield. Yes what does that mean that. Means the world on these taiwan's high tech industry support so they will not let the war happened in this region because it goes against interest of every country in the world. Do you think that in any way. Your industry is is keeping taiwan safe. I cannot come in to safety. I mean this is a changing world. Nobody wants things to happen. And i hope i hope not to either. Michael.

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"Tonight secretary of state antony blinken talks about how the biden administration is handling russia the crisis at the mexican border and an increasingly bellicose china. Have you ever seen china be so assertive or aggressive military. No we haven't. I think what we've witnessed over the last Several years is china. Acting more repressively at home and more aggressively abroad. That is a fact. This is what it takes to enter a facility. were they manufacture. Microchips pristine the tiny. Semiconductors that power everything from smartphones to automobiles to fighter jets. Problem is. there's a shortage of them revealing a serious national security issue forty five years ago the united states produced thirty seven percent of the world's semiconductor manufacturing in the us today. That number has declined to just twelve percent. Doesn't sound got michael. Lewis has written some of the most memorable books of generation introducing us to characters who help us rethink topics. We think we understand his latest. The premonition the hidden story of america's response to the covid pandemic. It's like a superhero story. Where the superheroes seemed to lose in the end little wrinkle on the end of it is you know they've learned things that are going to help us the next time around..

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03:43 min | 2 months ago

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"But it tastes really bad going. They critique a body your personality your speech everything so would have liked to hear. This isn't bio- you're not a particularly good. Dentist is use devastating. She came into her own. On theater stages around the country scorching and illuminating were among the raves critics lavished on her early performances played. This house. I saw did despite foot surgery. Davis kept her november date with us at the ahmanson theatre in los angeles where she performed in the nineties. This is really cool. Oh man know the stage still feels her with all. What's the first thing that goes through your when you're on a stage it's the big rush of adrenaline. This theater has been dark for months now. Yeah to what extent do you worry about the performing arts. I worry about the performing arts all the time even before covid i know acting is not rocket science. I really do. But it's an art form and it has its place we need people to feel. We need people to know that they're not alone. That's what the theater does look sister. I don't want any trouble. The stage actress voltage a hollywood star when she stole a scene from meryl streep in the two thousand eight movie. Doubt it hurt my son to get away end with your son or the priest dealt. I am trying to do just family one for me. Was there added pressure playing alongside. Meryl streep what do you think in. You know. she's gonna bring her game so you have to match it. You just want to look like you belong in the movie. The performance remarkable is much for what holds back is what it reveals made such an impression. That streep lobbied for davis by name at the screen actors. Guild awards viola davis. My god. Somebody give her a movie. That must've not you over. I mean that must have my god. It was everything as big roles came. Her way. davis says she still felt stalled. She's been critical. Hollywood for providing too few opportunities to black actors and for assuming movies with black leads won't sell and even after you so call have made it. It's still a fight every single day and what we're fighting is african americans. Refighting the movie making business. That has already decided who you are. And how you're marketable. I could deal with you if you're just a part of the story but you're just a secondary part of the story. You're not the main focus you also feel better because that's the way understand. Why davis is unmistakably the main focus of her latest film. Even if the character she plays doesn't get top billing on histories call sheet. There wasn't a lot of material on this woman or not too many photographs. This is one probably the best known one. I love this one. I love this picture. Because i'm always wondering who is she. Who is she really beyond the gold teeth beyond the s. You see in this. What do you think. She was a combination of a woman from her time period. Which is right in the smack dab in jim crow feeling worthless but at the same time knowing who she was deep inside during this most unusual award season davis has had to make her various red carpet walks from her backyard. And the actor goes to. She accepted the screen actors..

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03:30 min | 2 months ago

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"Arrest as she offers a play by play. We are in the main dome right now. We are rocking. It is throwing grenades. Fricken shooting people with paint balls. But we're in here get it do. This is what we've lived up for everything. We trained for overran. The cap for weeks extremists. Watchdogs like the anti-defamation league's national news. Outlets and journalists like mike injure had been warning of possible violence on the six if they had been paying attention to the whole network of far right groups online. That were extremely vocal and very public about what they wanted to happen. I don't believe we would have seen so many people break into the capitol. Police are doing nothing. They're not even on stuff. Is this point. Members told us at least forty oath keepers. Were at the january. Six rally with some seen here providing security to trump associate roger stone thirteen people associated with ios keepers have been charged with federal crimes including jess watkins. Who has pled not guilty. The zillow recordings are helping prosecutors. Make their case. Zillow has since deleted two thousand of these extremists channels. That is just a small demonstration of capability. That luckily didn't turn into a more lethal threat. Juvenile liza former nfc senior director and was a counterterrorism official at the fbi. Under the trump administration. I think what makes the oath keepers unique and challenging beyond the fact that there are a formal group with chapters all over the country is that a large percentage have tactical training and operational experience in either the military or law enforcement that at least gives them a capability that a lot of other people in this far space. Don't have this story of oath. Keepers is very much the story of this man but roads on founder of capers in two thousand nine in lexington massachusetts. Where the first shots were fired. In the revolutionary war stewart rhodes founded the oath keepers in response to the election of barack obama for life. Roads enlisted in the army at eighteen and was honorably discharged a twenty four. He went on to graduate from yale law school and became constitutionalist later morning. America was on the brink of government tyranny in two thousand ten. He told bill o'reilly it was up to current and former members of the military and police who took an oath to defend the constitution to stop that tyranny. Commander-in-chief is the president by our constitution. If he issues in order. Are you telling people not to obey the order of dental. It was unconstitutional. Yes so each soldier makes up his mind whether the order he's given his constitutional and not. It's a heavy burden to me but if you've obeyed an unlawful order you can also be in trouble. The group recruited thousand opening up across the country. The formed a board of directors and ten orders to live by elevating themselves to guardians of the republic and the constitution vowing to protect against mask gun confiscation and a marxist invasion in two thousand fourteen. They took their fight to the nevada. Desert road san harmed efforts.

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02:00 min | 2 months ago

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"Were central to the violent january six attack on the us capital. We are in the name dome right now. we are rocking it. But who are the oath keepers. I think what makes the oath keepers unique and challenging beyond the fact that there are formal group with chapters all over the country is that a large percentage have tactical training and operational experience in either the military or the caf imagine a fully loaded jumbo jet with two hundred twenty passengers and crew taken off and crash today and the same thing happened every day next week and every day next month and every day for the rest of the year. That's exactly what is occurring when we say they are racial disparities in health in the united states over two hundred black people dying prematurely every single day. Here we go. Viola davis is currently the youngest actor to have won an oscar. An emmy a tony award wild and as you'll hear tonight. She knew that she needed to slip. Poverties grip if she were ever going to slip into character. I needed something to catapult me out of this like like a rocket. Booster the dreams. They couldn't be dreams. Did you know you had talent. Deepdale apps a freaking lutely. I'm lesley stahl. I'm bill whittaker. I'm anderson cooper. I'm sharon alfonsi. I'm john wertheim. I'm scott pelley those stories and more tonight on sixty minutes when.

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02:10 min | 2 months ago

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"Come across something that blows our mind. Is that my generalize down years an example in one thousand nine hundred eighty three one year before the release of purple rain the album that cemented prints star. He recorded this rehearsal session. Just him at the piano working out new arrangements in as a piece on that project of craft in purple rain the hear the sees that idea and.

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06:37 min | 2 months ago

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"Stories and more tonight on sixty minutes when running a business. Hr issues can kill you. We're talking wrongful. Termination suits minimum wage requirements labor regulation and hr manager salaries aren't cheap an average of seventy thousand dollars a year. Bambi spelled b. a. m. b. e. was created specifically for small business. You could get a dedicated. Hr manager craft hr policy and maintain compliance all for just ninety nine dollars a month with bambi. You can change. Hr from your biggest liability to your biggest strength. Your dedicated hr manager is available by phone email or real time chat. From two terminations they customize your policies to fit your business and help you manage your employees day to day all for just ninety nine dollars a month month to month. No hidden fees. Cancel anytime. you didn't start your business because you wanted to spend time on. Hr compliance let bambi. Help get your free. Hr audit today. Go to bambi dot com slash network. Right now to schedule your free. Hr on it. That's bambi dot com slash network spelled bam to the fbi e. dot com slash network abroad. Economic recovery is suddenly gathering speed calling millions of americans back to work. That's the message tonight. Of jerome powell. The chair of the federal reserve. The fed is it's known regulates our economy by controlling the supply of money setting interest rates and overseeing major banks. We sat down with chairman powell in his washington headquarters. This past wednesday one year after the cova crash wiped out. Twenty two million jobs. Is the economy still in jeopardy and would say this. What we're seeing now is really an economy that seems to be at an inflexion point. And that's because of you know. Widespread vaccination and strong fiscal support strong monetary policy support. We we feel like we're at a place where the economy is about to start growing much more quickly and job creation coming in much more quickly so the principal risk to our economy. Right now really. Is that the disease would spread again. You know it's it's going to be smart if people can continue to socially distance and wear masks new seemed to be saying not about cova but about the economy that we're out of the woods. Well i'd say that we and and a lot of private sector forecasters see strong growth and strong job creation. Starting right now so really. The outlook has brightened substantially. What are your projections for. Growth and employment if you look at What private sector forecasters are saying or what what forecasters who sit around this table. Who who are on the thorough open. Market committee are rate-setting committee. What they're forecasting is growth for this year in the range of six or seven percent which would be the highest level in thirty years or even maybe a little bit higher and for forecasting unemployment to move down substantially from six percent where it is maybe to between four and five percent. It seems like you're not expecting a recovery. You're expecting a boom well. I would say that this growth that we're expecting an second half of this year is going to be very strong. Jerome powell who prefers to be called. J is sixty eight lawyer who made a fortune on wall street. He was appointed to the federal reserve. Board by president obama and elevated to chairman by president trump. It seems like everywhere. I go now. I see a closed storefront next to a business with a help wanted sign. Can you explain this recovery to mess. It's just a very unusual recovery. What you're seeing is some parts of the economy are doing very well. Have fully recovered had even more than fully recovering some cases and some parts haven't recovered very much all yet and those tend to be the ones that involve direct contact with the public travel entertainment restaurants things like that. I met a woman. Recently courtney yoder who was working fulltime but still living in a tent and then covid came along and she lost her restaurant job. There is times where i wanted to give up in. United may not be alive anymore and just be like you know what i mean. Things are never going to get better. When does she and everyone else like her. Get their jobs back. You know there are something like eight and a half nine million people maybe even more than that depending on how you count it who were working in february of last year before the pandemic and have lost their jobs. It's going to take some time. The good news is that We're starting to make progress now. The numbers show that people are returning to restaurants. Now we're not gonna forget those people who were left On the beach really with jobs as this expansion continues. We're gonna continue to support the economy until recovery israeli complete. You have people living intense about a block from here. Have you seen them. Yes i have. Yes i can tell you exactly where they are. I see them coming to and from work regularly. When you see those tents what do you tell yourself. Well it tells me that We don't have the answer to everything but we The job that we do for for the benefit of the public is incredibly important and we do understand that that if we get things right we can really help people. If the people who were at the margins of the economy are doing well then the rest of it will take care of itself. We last spoke to powell. Eleven months ago was he faced a crash unlike any other. He didn't say then but he told us now that the fed's worst-case predictions at that time were as he puts it unspeakable right. We did not know how the economy would perform. We did not know the path of disease. We had no idea how long it would take to do a vaccine. The unknowns were terrifying. Powell told us so. He became a vocal advocate for congress's multi trillion dollar covert relief bills. What do you think would have happened to the economy. If the covid relief bills had never past you know. I hate to even think it would have been so much worse. Congress in effect replaced. People's incomes kept them their homes kept them solvent get their lives together with what they did in the cares.

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04:40 min | 2 months ago

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"But heaven would have to wait when they arrived back in port they were immediately arrested so pita wanna rescued you and took you back to nukualofa where everyone thought that you were dead and then you were arrested because we still the boat. Pizza warner told us. He paid off the owner of the stolen vote and finally sailed the runaway schoolboys back to their home island accompanied by the australian television crew that had flown into film. This story they captured the teenagers reunion with their families. Are boys have come back and my mom. She was swift me out before. I get out the boat. The i'm the first one going to the beach and give me back. Never had there been such joy how population of this little island on the beach. Hugging the boy's parents.

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04:55 min | 2 months ago

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"From going out. I ideal the guys. Everybody have a dvd for the fire to take the fire and you have shaped breath for that night. Then get up in the morning. You're still going. The teenage showed remarkable resourcefulness building. Hot out of palm. Fronds establishing a garden with bananas and beams and setting up a roster to keep a lookout for passing ships. They even built a badminton court and a makeshift jim. They lived in harmony. They told us most of the time. But come on mono you would teenage boys. You must have had arguments we did and we disagree they cooled off by walking to sit sides of the island mono says though sometimes things got out of hand so if there was a fight how did you stop it. New smack him. All something like that in delhi shut up and cool down. She down leeson. The must've been times when you were depressed. When you thought it would never see your family's again. It was hard and i was break and i promise you if you could get me back. Shared bi racial me life for more than fifty years the real life story of co name mono and their friends was little known outside of tonga until dutch historian and bestselling author bregman stumbled across it on the internet. He flew across the will to meet mono and made the story. The cornerstone of his new book humankind a hopeful history. And i just couldn't understand how this has become of the most famous stories of the twentieth century. Just couldn't understand it because is just extraordinary. Sits six kids on an island for fifteen months and they.

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02:42 min | 2 months ago

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"The ford foundation. We know that inequality limit the potential of all people as part of the foundations new direction walker changed how it invests. Its endowment moving. A billion dollars into what are called mission related investments like companies building affordable housing. He reduced funding to marquee names like lincoln centre while increasing grants to the apollo theater and studio museum in harlem build a one billion dollar initiative the another innovation. A new program called build which gives billion dollars in grants to nonprofits and allows them to decide how to spend the money. The organization is always in the driver's seat even if it's on adding staff as or new computers. This is counterintuitive. Because i think most people really want to know that the vast majority of the money they give is going to the program itself. All of the exciting parts of a nonprofit has to be paid for technology and infrastructure. Paying the rent it is both arrogant and ignorant to believe that you can give money to an organization for your project and not be concerned about the infrastructure. That makes your project possible. Walker also made changes internally. He sold the foundations old art collection. Four hundred works by white artists. All but one of the men and bought new works by more diverse. Contemporary artists like this hindi wiley portrait of a woman from brooklyn depicted as royalty which he put right at the foundations entrance walker comes from a large southern family whose matriarch was the daughter of slaves. He grew up in rural aims texas the segregated part of a county ironically named liberty. Who would prevent us from travelling to ames with walker but a local camera crew was able to find his first house now abandoned so he could give us a virtual tour. This was a little shotgun shack on a dirt road. The thing about a shotgun house is usually has door and two rooms limacher mother. A nurse's aid raised him and his younger sister on her own. Did you ever meet your father. I met my father wants. I was about four years old and my cousin brought me by and said joe. This is your son darren..

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04:31 min | 3 months ago

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"Road. Every time you were asking questions were ministry of foreign affairs staff. The room through our stay absolutely. They were there to make sure everything went smoothly from the china side. Make sure they were telling you the whole truth and nothing you sit in a room with people who are scientists and you know what a scientific status and you know what. A political statement is we had no problem. Distinguishing between the two speaking of political statements. Think china virus geopolitics loomed over the inquiry. With some tit for tat s- beijing said covid nineteen originated in the us. The trump administration accused china of a cover up. There was a direct order from beijing to destroy all viral samples and they didn't volunteer to share the genetic sequences matt pottenger then deputy national security adviser quoting from declassified intelligence information says beijing also hid that several researchers at the wuhan lab had come down with covid like symptoms and that the chinese military was working with the lab. There is a body of research. That's been taking place conducted by the chinese military in collaboration with severe allergy which has not been acknowledged by the chinese government. We've seen the data. I've personally seen the data. Why the military. Why were they in that lab. We know it is a major lead that needs to be pursued by the press. Certainly by world health organization beijing is simply not interested in allowing us to find the answers to those very pertinent questions. What the us government does know he says is that the wuhan lab director published studies about manipulating bat corona viruses in a way that could make them more infectious to humans and there were reports of lax safety standards at the lab. There were doing research specifically on credit viruses that attached to the ace to receptors in human lungs just like the covid nineteen virus. Is that a smoking gun. No it's circumstantial evidence but it's a pretty potent bullet point win when you consider that the place where this pandemic emerged was a few kilometers away from the wuhan institute of allergy. The lack of transparency has led to widespread criticism of the. Who for agreeing to china's demands the one thing that i wish that the w. h. o. Had done is to pick up their megaphone and start screaming through it to demand that china be more transparent that had opened its border to allow american. Cdc officials and other experts from the who and around the world to come investigate and to help after fifteen months and more than two point seven million deaths worldwide. It was hoped the team would provide some clarity on the origin of covid nineteen but the exercise ends with even more questions than it began with..

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06:20 min | 3 months ago

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"I'm jill schlesinger. Cbs news business analysts. Are you trying to incorporate more seafood into your diet. But maybe not sure exactly how. Maybe it's that the seafood kanter a little intimidating. Or maybe are not quite sure how to prepare it. That's why you need wild alaskan company. The cool thing about this company is that they got experts in getting the highest quality. Sustainably sourced seafood. Right to your plate and you know what's awesome as well. You will have access to their team of fishmongers for any questions recipes and cooking tips. They're so confident. In the taste and quality of alaska seafood. They offer a one hundred percent. Money-back guarantee right. Now get fifteen dollars off. Your first box of wild caught seafood. When you visit wild alaskan company dot com slash. Cbs pod at wild alaskan company dot com slash. Cbs pod for fifteen dollars off your first box. Wild alaskan company dot com slash cbs pod. I wouldn't really call what happened now. An investigation it's essentially a highly chaperoned. Highly curated study tour study tour. Study to everybody around. The world is imagining. This is some kind of full investigation. It's not this group of experts. Only saw what the chinese wanted them to see. So here's a little bit of a jump that's incredible. There's a lot of incredible things going on at boston. Dynamics cutting edge robotics company sixty minutes have been trying to get inside of for years. This is inside atlases brain and it shows its perception system. It's gonna use that vision to adjust itself as it goes running over these watts. Kindred is among the best ever to write about sport in america and he's covered them all ali tiger martina and michael then after fifty years. He decided to repair to the bleachers and houses for a headline cover girls school hoops gloved seeing them play. And why should they be ignored in high school athletics. And plus they don't pout. They don't bitch. I'm lesley stahl. I'm bill whittaker. I'm anderson cooper. I'm john worth. i'm scott. Pelley those stories and more tonight on sixty minutes. You've probably heard the warnings about home title theft. Where cyber thieves remove you from your home's title and become the owner so you better get home title lock because it's coming and if you're on facebook the big breaches here. Facebook had five hundred million accounts exposed to cyber thieves and according to a retired f. b. cybercrime expert everything. Thieves need to take over as the new owner of your home was leaked name address personal information it's out. The thief forges your signature on a quit claim deed stating you sold your home to him. He'll leave you in debt or even have you visited so protect your home's title with home title lock go to home title loc dot com and register your address to see if you're already a victim then sign up for thirty three days of protection during this high risk breach again go to home title loc dot com and use promo code radio. That's home title. Loc dot com promo code radio this past friday along anticipated and much debated report by the world. Health organization was delayed again. It was supposed to be a kind of postmortem on a trip to china by. Who led team of international scientists which took place earlier this year. the question. how did sars covy to the virus that causes covid nineteen originate among the leading theories examined. Was it accidentally leaked from a lab and wuhan or did it come from infected animals and a wet market there. the who inquiry was far from comprehensive because as it has done since the beginning of the outbreak. The chinese government withheld information. I wouldn't really call what's happened now. An investigation it's essentially a highly chaperoned. Highly curated study tour studied tour. Study to everybody around. The world is imagining. This is some kind of full investigation. It's not this group of experts. Only saw what. The chinese government wanted them to see jamie metzelder former nfc official in the clinton administration and member of a who advisory committee on genetic engineering is one of more than two dozen experts including virologist who signed an open letter earlier this month calling for a new international inquiry with a return to china. The letter says the. Who team did not have the independence or access to carry out a full. An unrestricted investigation specifically into a possible accidental leak from a laboratory at the wuhan institute of technology in the city where the first outbreak occurred. We would have to ask the question. Why in wuhan to quote humphrey bogart of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world. Why wuhan wuhan does have is china's level for variety institute with probably the world's largest collection of that viruses including that corona viruses. I had seen that. The world health organization team only spent three hours at the lab while they were there. They didn't demand access to the records and.

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03:51 min | 3 months ago

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"Himself. Brighter faces charges including obstruction destruction of property and disorderly conduct though prosecutor. Michael sherwin charged greider. He agrees not everyone. That day had criminal intent. We have to protect the first amendment. The great majority of the people there were protesters. When you cross that line crossed the line when you cross a police line aggressively you throw something to cop. You hit a cop. You go into a restricted area knowing. You're not supposed to be there. These are the plus factors that crossed that line from a protester to a rider has the rule of former president trump in part of your investigation. It's unequivocal that trump was the magnet. That brought the people to dc on the six. Now the question is is he criminally culpable for everything. That happened during the siege. During the breach. What i can tell you is this based upon again what we see in the public record and what we see in public statements in court. We have plenty of people. We have soccer moms from ohio. That were arrested saying well. I did this because my president said i had to take back our house back moves the needle towards that direction maybe the president is culpable for those actions. But also you see in the public record to militia member saying you know what we did this because trump just talks a big game. He's just all talk. We did what he wouldn't do in short. You have investigators looking into the president's role. We have people looking at everything correct. Everything's being looked at but so far. Prosecutors have not charged.

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04:42 min | 3 months ago

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"Of this video are members of the oath keepers in military gear. Michael sherwin says they're tight. Single file formation is evidence of a military style assault. What you learn in close order combat. How you stay with your team to reach a room. Where maybe there's a terrorist breach room. Where maybe there was an al qaeda operative the infantry culture to stack correct a stack or ranger file a column close quarter combat column going up that staircase the oath keepers in that stack. What have they been charged with the most significant charges obstruction. That's a twenty year. Felony day breached the capital. What the intent the goal to obstruct official proceedings the counts the electoral college count. Defense attorneys for some of keepers declined to comment others told us their clients are innocent. Prosecutors say one hundred and thirty nine. Police officers were assaulted brian sick. Nick died the next day this month. Sherwin charged two men with assaulting nick with a spray designed to repel bears. The medical examiner has not yet determined. How officer sick. Nick died if the medical examiner determines that his death was directly related to the bear spray. Would you imagine murder charges at that point. If evidence relates that chemical to his death yeah we have causation. We have a link. Yes in that scenario correct. That's a murder case. There could have been many more deaths but sherwin says too dangerous plots failed. What were the intentions of the suspect. Who was found with the eleven molotov cocktail bombs. So you're referring scott's alani kaufman. And i think this is emblematic. That that is bad as it was could have been a lot worse. It's actually amazing. More people weren't killed. We found ammunition in his vehicle and also in the bed of the vehicle. Were found eleven molotov cocktails. They were filled with gasoline and styrofoam puts styrofoam in those according to the atf. Because when you throw those when they explode the styrofoam will stick to you and act like napalm. Kaufman's lawyer did not respond to us. In the other plot the fbi is looking for this person. Seen near pipebombs that were planted by the capital. Why didn't they explode. Appears they weren't armed properly and there could be a whole host of reasons but they were not hoaxed of isis. They were real devices. There.

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01:59 min | 3 months ago

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"Has been in charge of the largest criminal investigation in us. History prosecuting the capital assault of january. Six or over four hundred criminal cases which is pretty amazing number. I think in a very limited time frame four hundred defendants correct four hundred defendants and the bulk of those cases are federal criminal charges and significant federal felony charges five ten twenty or penalties. It doesn't change as you climb the ladder. They're always going to be people because of what you look like. That will question your qualifications. Lloyd austin climbed every wrong in the army starting at west point and rising all the way to four star general many times breaking barriers as the first african american ever to hold the job. I would go someplace with my staff and we were wearing civilian clothes. Somebody would come out to meet the meet. The general and i wasn't the guy that they walked up to. This is what going back to school. Looks like during a pandemic..

Lloyd austin Six january four hundred defendants over four hundred criminal cas five ten twenty first african american four star