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A New Mexico man has died from the state's second reported case of plague this year
"Health officials in New Mexico say a second man has died from the Bubonic plague. The Rio Areva County man was in his twenties and was hospitalized with a disease before his death. A Santa Fe County man in his sixties was also diagnosed with the bubonic plague last month but has been recovering at the hospital. Plague is spread through contact with infected fleas or animals and is treatable with antibiotics have caught
Colombia Supreme Court Orders Ex-President Álvaro Uribe Detained
"Colombia on Tuesday ordered the arrest of former President Alvarado re bay who's one of the country's most powerful politicians. Many Colombians adore rebate for leading a military offensive against Marxist guerrillas. But he has long faced allegations of human rights abuses. Here's reporter John Otis during his two terms as Colombia's president Alvarado Bebe's hardline security policies badly weakened the guerrillas who eventually signed a peace treaty. After he left office in 2010. Reba was elected to the Senate and helped elect the next two Colombian presidents. Followers really believe that he is the greatest Colombian ever to. I don't know to walk on Columbus. That's Paulie Martinez, a columnist for the Colombian newsmagazines, Samana. She points out that rebates presidency was also plagued by scandals under Areva's watch. Army troops killed thousands of innocent civilians then claimed they were guerilla fighters Rebates Intelligence agency spied on journalists, opposition leaders and Supreme Court judges. His current troubles stem from allegations that during the war rebased supported the formation of paramilitary death squads. The Supreme Court is now investigating whether rebate bribed witnesses to change their testimony. Sergio Guzman is the director of the consultancy Columbia Risk Analysis. The evidence against President you. It must be pretty solid for the Supreme Court to take the step. However, the news that rebate would be placed under house arrest. Outraged his supporters, including current president even Duke, Scanlon said. I will pay scumbag body See if he ended and we were done. He pointed out that the guerrillas and they had fought so hard to defeat and who have been accused of kidnappings and massacres have avoided prison under the generous terms of Colombia's 2016 peace treaty. But even Cepeda, the opposition senator, who accused Reba of having ties to paramilitaries, was elated. Why personas in Colombia? It's important, Seema. Justicia away, he said with the court's decision shows that no matter how powerful you are, no one is above the law for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Bogota, Colombia.
The Oscar noms are out
"All right. Let's just dive into the nominees for the Oscars. Isa Ray and John Show announced them at the early hour of five eighteen. Am this morning. And now I'm going to read them to you right now. Oh okay the best picture. Nominees are Ford versus Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rabbit Joker little women marriage story in nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite for parasite this is actually a history making nomination. This is the the first ever. KOREAN BAST picture nominee. Okay here's the directing. Nominations Scorsese is nominated for the Irishman Todd Phillips Phillips's nominated for Joker Sam Mendez is nominated for directing nineteen seventeen Tarantino nominated for once upon a time in Hollywood and Vong June. How is needed for parasite just in case? You didn't catch it. Those are all male directors. No female directors got nominated this year. Okay here's the nominations for actress in a leading role Cynthia Areva has nominated for Harriet Scarlett. Johansson nominated for marriage story. See your shirt. Ronin women is nominated for little women. She's actually the youngest four time Oscar nominee in history. Now she's only twenty five. She's gotten four nominations. Pretty Cool also nominated donated. Is Charlie's thrown for bombshell and Renee Zellweger for Judy. Who is my personal favorite? I mean everyone in this category I I think is fantastic but judy is for some reason. My favorite movie of this Oscar season I just. I don't know somethings like broken in my brain because as I feel like I'm the only one that thinks judy is the best movie of all time but I fully acknowledged that my taste in movies is you know not normal anyway now for actor in a leading role we've got Antonio Banderas for Pain and Glory Leo DiCaprio Aka. LDC is nominated for once. It's part time in Hollywood. Adam drivers nominated for marriage story. Walking Phoenix is nominated for Joker and Jonathan. Pryce is nominated for the two popes oops. I'm sorry we're going to get to the snaps later but I have to say I can't believe Adam Sandler didn't get the best actor in a leading role nomination like come on uncut gems tmz is so good The two popes guy beat out. Adam Sandler Tam okay now for best actress in a supporting role we've got Kathy Bates dates for her part. In Richard Jewel. People are actually talking about how her nomination is one of the surprises of this year's nominees. Laura DERN got nominated from marriage story Scarlett Johansson has her second nomination for this supporting role in Joe. Joe Rabbit. Florence PUGH got nominated for a little women and Margot Robbie got an obligation for bombshell. Of course we all know. I'm a big flow pugh Stan. I mean hope she wins this category so bad. I'm at the point if my like Phantom of Florence Pew that have started following like Florence. PUGH twitter stanton accounts. I can't wait to see her. And Zach braff on the red carpet. Please please take Zach Braff to the Oscars come on Florence. Please all right now for best actor in a supporting role. We've got Brad Pitt for once upon a time in Hollywood al Al Pacino for the Irishman. Joe Patchy for the Irishman. Tom Hanks for a beautiful day in the neighborhood and Anthony Hopkins for the two popes. So I'm I'm not gonna read the rest of the categories You can look them up online if you want but the big winner for the nominations at least is the joker which has walked walked with eleven nominations. Next place is the Irishman which has ten nominations nineteen seventeen also got ten nominations. So did once upon a time. I'm in Hollywood denominations and behind that Gioja rabbit got six total nominations. Little women got six total. Nominations seem with marriage story in parasite recite which also both got six
"areva" Discussed on Ladies Like Us with Nazanin and Nadia
"Guys. We Have Martin in studio with us. Now I want to ask you about your your. Is it your second book. Let me see hold on one making it rain. Yes yeah no book because the second book was about Autism Autism. Yes everyday advocate. I wrote it as I was really going through with my son and trying to figure everything out and make it. Rain Is my third book. I'm a proud to say it was a national bestseller. Thank you not only writing it but I got to travel. The country did an amazing book tour where I went to about eleven cities and did some great events. Everything from like there was this And then I did. In New York coached the coach store with handbag CODAN and it was about two hundred fifty women and it was an event to support a local charity there so women shopped and certain amount of the proceeds went to the charity. I did a little talk did a book signing but it was just so encouraging to see women coming together not just to support me in the book but also to support this local charity. So I did a lot of you know different kinds of like that. I talked at a lot of universities and colleges Did some nonprofit organization so I got out of the bookstore when I did did them. Everyday advocate my second book. Most of my book stops were in bookstores. Spins around places where people are. I want to go to some conferences. Went went to a conference in Maui hard. How was being in first question? Aw Oh talk about hey put in the work to joy and you deserve those jerks and yeah. I was really fortunate with the third book. I had amazing book sponsor Toyota sponsored. My Book Tour and so they I was part of a bunch of national conferences that they sponsor so that they sponsor a conference. They did one Maui. They did one in Florida. They did one in Ohio so I would go to the conferences as a speaker on behalf of Toyota. We do a book signing. We'd give away the books on behalf of Toyota so as a really great way to meet people at the courthouse air and have some fun travel. Yes okay so I WANNA ask you in this book you share insider tips on how to find your authentic voice amplifying it and using it to grow your influence and power any way that you you can give us a preview on some of these tips a little sample. Yeah so I wrote. Let me just step back a little until you why I wrote make it rings a CNN commentator. And I spent about about two years at twenty sixteen or so yep who about a year. this was the height of a lot of the police shootings involving African American men and I found myself on. TV sometimes three or four times a day talking about these horrific stories. So I would get all of these emails or people with. Dm Me on social the media and say you know. I live in this community and I'm having this issue in my community. How do I get my voice out there? How do I connect with my local elected officials officials? How do I kind of you know? Raise this issue my own community and I started first of all online class saying hey you know just come to my class. I'll tell you how you can start building your lifelock so that you can talk about some of these issues. So that was kind of the impetus for the book for me was really help. Other people learn how to find their voices on issues that were important the weather it was gun control or abortion rights. Or whatever you might be passionate about so some of the tips that I give in the book is really about. I go back to the whole idea about having a finding a mainstream publisher for a book. It's having a platform building your pilot and today it's easier than ever what we're doing this podcast. Ten fifteen years zony outlets so many. We had a few outlets a decade ago. Oh and you had to be you know. One of the select few people that would have a slot on a television show. Radio show today. That's changed right ability in in your pajamas on the podcast or do on facebook live on Instagram Lion. Just saying that you know they're all of these outlets all of these media outlets and you don't have to wait to get the plum job or someone to cut your tapping you on the head. Say Hey I want to hear your opinion you just you know. Set up your own. Channel of communication nations can reach people. that you know are like minded that care about the same thing should care about and you can build a platform from there. So that was you. You know what I wanted people to know that you don't have to be on CNN or MSNBC job. I love it and you know. I'm not saying that folks that do that professionally. There's you know third grade jobs right other ways to have a presence and to have a voice on issues that you care I mean instagram's the modern day resume That's our reality. Now and everybody checks I tell people that whatever job or whatever you're doing whether you're trying to get a loan or you're going under jab and if you you were not dishing for something entertainment industry people are GonNA social firs absolute war. You know what are you doing on your social accounts. I talk about that and it look you know making ensure that your social reflects your brand right to your page. I should be able to know instantly what you do this guy on instant now a Lotta people reach out to say. Hey you know what I'm doing this campaign and you know I can post a your content on my page and you can get the the trade ten thousand hours so I had this guy says me this email and I go to this page and he did it three million hours but he's a bodybuilder and every repacked is of him. You Know Shi'as Muscles beach and I'm thinking. What are you promoting here you? I really like God. Bless you and your million followers. But I don't think they're going to be interested in me and I don't think you're going to be interested in any any of my content so it's like yeah and that's you know that's important because if you're gonNA do those trades or linked up with someone on social you gotTa make sure it's you know so fit that makes sense. A lot of people can use this book then because I know I can I would love to. Yeah I need help in that department. So Yeah Luna a copy of that. We'll make sure you get copies and it's hard because people always ask me well. Should I have to approach sil- to have a her makeup artist. Should I have an account. That's just all my professional makeup artists or should I just merge the two and I tell people you know you've got to give that some thought because if you are a makeup artist and you want me to hire you you WANNA be hired by the industry folks for your makeup and I go to your page and this you and your dog and your cute. She's pretty great animals that live with her. But if I don't see anything that says what she's a slamming. Makeup are right. I'm probably going to say next. I'm not going to get it so you gotta ask yourself. What do you want to pay for you and I think that like that and make some hard choices voices so you can't post any of my like Ano- personnel? I'm not saying that this spring way. You Know Oh to make it make sense right. If you're using your accounts and you and I don't know who isn't if you're on there you should be you know and you want people to find you you and to know what you do professionally and maybe higher you collaborate with you or are just respect your voice on a particular issue so you're also involved with family law. School law are you still practicing that right now. We're I have a law firm. So yes I still have my law firm Martin and Martin. Yes I dedicate probably less time to my firm today than I did. Maybe even a couple of years ago still has some clients. I definitely still talk to clients alliance but I'm not in court art my career a decade ago. I was literally that lawyer going to court every day taking depositions in trial now. I'm not doing that as much because my immediate career my nonprofit work that I do that. That won't won't that are not compatible with kind of the day to day grind of course warrior but I you know it's my job and I told her but don't quit your day job. I I have a day job. Yes so does your does that Law Firm do the deal with bullying. Is that a thing that yes we have my arm a civil rights lawyer. You're right we have a civil rights practice. So I- represented people. You know kids on school districts in bullied a lot of sexual harassment and sexual assault cases. A lot of discrimination race discrimination sex discrimination age religion religious discrimination so when when you think about people who've been discriminated against harass those are the kinds of cases that fall under a civil rights activists. And do you see that now with the boom social media. It's gotten worse. Oh Yeah then the cyber bullying right but you know so social media obviously can be really negative. You look get some of the trolls. You'll get some of the high profile actresses that you know basically had to shut their accounts down because it was so bad but on the other hand look at you know the positive like the metoo movement right. How something like that? Yeah you know. Social Media Pass plays such a big role in bringing voices together in in having women Primarily women victims of sexual assault sexual abuse said voice that that community that encouragement to speak up so as much as as you know we beat up on Mark Zuckerberg about facebook and our privacy and you know the political ads and all the things that make facebook. You know a really bad. There's so many things about it. Also that we can say how's it him. As is a habit I just wish that was her way. A of monitoring the building just need A. Yeah I know her and I were talking about it in Dubai were you say yes so. I had made partisan Dubai and she was telling me about like online bullying out there and it's practically non-existent has if they find out you're online bullying. You have to pay a hefty fine or they arrest you very serious. They don't have the First Amendment right. That's got I swear in our country you know people's First Amendment Rights and what you know what crosses that along that gets a little complicated but yes. Yeah the online bullying clean is a real issue. It's not just for kids. Adults seen so many unfortunate cases of people who've committed suicide who've been driven to really horrific. Ask me because of the online bullying so I definitely think we as a country need to should be doing a lot more to curtail it at To address it. The kind of hateful I just saw a story. This special needs this mom was You know posting about her daughter who has special needs in some bully. You posted this on your face. Yes yeah four harassing assing. Good girl so there is a line that you can cross where your conduct comes criminal. Yeah so I don't know it kills me. I don't understand it at all. You know and again I came from a family where someone was disabled and there were challenges and so obviously easily. My brain doesn't even. I can't fathom that no right. It's just such a problem. It really can destroy people's lives..
"areva" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Airport. This morning thirty cancelled flights out of Detroit, most of those to the east coast or down south twelve or delayed. There's another thirty seven flights into Detroit that have been delayed and nine that are cancelled airport urging travelers, you know, the drill check with your airline for flight status before heading to the airport. Well, in McComb county executive Mark says road, crews went out just after midnight question. The roads, they're definitely snow covered. An icy road crews out there. Areva driving on Groesbeck highway trying to throw the salt out. So you know, it's it's going to be a bit of a challenge. Kind of a unique. But for the most part, it's not that bad. Just yet. Keep it tuned right here to WWE j or winter survival station for the latest throughout the morning. Maybe right about now, you feel like you need a taste of spring or summer. Here comes the annual RV camping show to the suburban collection showplace starts today runs through Sunday and no via last decade alone. So many things have changed for the RV and camping industry prior to that. There are still a lot of rustic camping going on people were still utilizing tense where now a days it's more geared towards the RV type style camping. Whether you're looking at a lower price point to the high end models. You're going to have all of the amenities that you would at your home, satellite television WI fi storage large refrigerators outdoor kitchens. There's really nothing that you're gonna need or feel the you're lacking when you're camping nowadays that sounds so good Darren ING, the director of mar vac the RV camping show WWE. Jay news time coming up on six fourteen. Tony Ortiz with sports next reaction to.
"areva" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast
"Never miss an episode. Thank you for listening. Of. My name is Gerard, Greg. I'm the chief executive of technician in our game is just as important as your outer game two are so interconnected. So how you show up to work. Even though you say this to yourself like I'll pose the gotta be smiling. And actually what you saying how you behave can sometimes be completely incongruent. And I think what reboots our goals does a very conscious way his makes much consciously aware, and it's like a muscle, which you need to keep fit leadership is not something you're born that something you can get better and better at it. And it's one of those things I think his is one way to keep yourself keep our leadership fit as as much as possible. Considered. Joining Areva circle are circles. Participants have called their circle their secret weapon. Gain more self-awareness, and you'll know you're not alone in challenges you face today. You'll find the same level of self enquiry in a coach facilitated cohort six other layers. Just like you apply at reboot dot IO slash circles.
"areva" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Your show. Don't just wing it. Well, you should know, you know. Who's going to be on? Yes. Yes. About you're not your guest if you're going on somebody show. Yes. Especially if you're going to be a guest know who you're going to be on with. I want to play this little audio cut. All right. And. It is CNN's Areva Martin who is a host of who. Who was a guest of a talk show host David Webb. Uh-huh. On siriusxm. And. They get into the discussion of. White privilege. Okay. And I'm just going to play it for you here. Okay. Okay. Courtesy of of Sirius XM. This. I couldn't stop laughing yesterday. Beating radio as long as I've been in radio. To to hear this. I mean, it's just it is it is absolute radio goal. He ready. No. And here we go. I've chosen across different parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue. I considered my qualifications the issue. Well, David, you know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege. How do I have white privilege David by virtue of being a white male? You have white privilege hold on conversation. Don't have time to get. I hate to break it, but you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is the fall. So in this. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people, obviously, you're you didn't look you're talking to a black, man. Out in rock radio in Boston. Pat's into hop. Rebuilding. One of the greatest black stations in America and went on to work for Fox News. Told apparently blacks aren't supposed to work. But yet you come with this assumption, and you go to white privilege. It's beautiful. Wouldn't you wouldn't you? If someone asks you to be on. And you don't know who they are. Which clearly should she did not, right. So if you don't you don't go you you would say to yourself. Well, okay. Someone who wants to have me on how the discussion let me research this person. Just so you can kind of know where they stand forget about knowing what color they are. Okay. Where does this person stand politically because it's clearly going to be a political discussion? So would you not at least Google it? And find out something about the person. Well, here's the difference though. We wouldn't have to I wouldn't care. What that's the whole point is we're not I'm not gonna argue the color of the skin to begin. So I don't need that arguments. It's going to be a substantive. I wouldn't you want to know something about the person if you're going to have that that discussion well, and it's going to get into the political from from my forget about color from my point of view from the misogynists sexist part of me, or if it's a woman host, I would like to see if she's attractive or not to know, whether I should be your masculinity is toxic, sir. Gary mcnamara. To to find out weather my into rouser. I should eat a razor should be more flirtatious. Whether it's just. Tasteless need to shave your masculinity toxic. It's great. We can cover like ten topics all in one. How dare you, sir? Show show show up to a debate with no razor. Don't.
"areva" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Turns into okay. Well, in that case, I just have to say what I'm told to say here, and then everything we find. But by the way, this this. Using certain phrases and relying on certain concepts on the left too much. So that it becomes mechanical. So that it's wrote. So that it's just a a phrase to be deployed for a purpose not one that somebody really thinks about that came back to to bite at least one liberal here. I have in the past worked with and gotten to know, David webbie's. He's a good guy. I know this happened yesterday that I didn't get a chance to address it. He was talking to a CNN legal analyst named Areva. Martin. I will say CNN legal analysts are particularly poor. They have a lot of analysts that are are not very good on their chosen subject matter, but legal analysts in my opinion are among the the flimsiest in terms of their reasoning and and the intellectual ability to display across the board all their legal analysts Jeffrey Toobin, I mean, just not good. But Areva Martin had an exchange with David Webb many of you. I'm sure know, David Webb is also FOX, Fox News contributor. And here's how this went to for parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue. I considered my qualifications the issue. Well, David, you know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege of how do I have white privilege David by virtue of being a white male? You have white privilege hold on conversation. I don't have time. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is still fall in this. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people obviously or you didn't..
"areva" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Yesterday on CNN. Excuse me yesterday on on radio, David Webb who happens to be black was interviewing a woman named Areva Martin who happens to be black and they were talking about employment. And she said to David Webb who told her every job. I got I got because I busted my butt. I was qualified. She suggested that he was benefiting benefiting because. He was white and. Formed her actually shouldn't dare requirement their primary requirement regardless of ethnishity, regardless of network be that they are capable of covering politics. For instance, if you're going to cover political campaigns sports may not be the most qualified background and that brings to the point of if people want to get into these fields, regardless of color. I've chosen across different parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue. I considered my qualifications the issue. Well, David, you know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege of how do I village of white privilege, David by virtue of being a white male? You have white print would hold on conversation. I don't have time to get. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. I went to white privilege. This is the fall suited this. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people obviously,.
"areva" Discussed on WRVA
"Forest avenue in the West End. I just thought I mentioned that to you. Just thinking of that I dream about these things, I it's it's an interesting sort of a day tell you that. And before I do anything, can I please urge you because I don't want you to miss out February the twenty first capital L house downtown politics and pints round number two. It was such a great time. It was so successful. So many people came out were part of this. Great get together. It was me. I mean, we can stop right there. You can spend the evening with me how much better gonna get don't answer that buddy. John Reid listened to John in the morning. And if you're not shame on you ought to be listening to John in the morning. So he and I were there, and then we've got like, this mutual friend. Now, who's he's like a. Put it politely. He's crazy these Michigan. He's a crazy left wing guy. But he's a very nice guy is wrong about everything. So the three of us had a great time mixing it up talking about issues taking some questions from the audience. We just had a wonderful time. And there was beer, and there was food. So it's a win win win win win. We're doing it again, February the twenty first capital L house. It's limited CD. All right. I'm not telling you that it's sold out. But I am telling you, it's very limited seating. And it's an intimate sort of a a setting great scrape fun. Not a bad seat in the house, that's sort of deal. But the only way to get your tickets to go to get my perks dot com. Get my perks dot com, and I would urge you urge you urge you get them ASAP. If I were you now that I'm mentioning it. Now that you're thinking about it just go right now get my perks. Dot com. Okay. Now a few moments ago, we heard this. What's her name? Areva Martin Areva Martin is a legal analyst for CNN. And she immediately accuses someone of having quotes white privilege. Why? Well, because that seems to be her too. Why she can dismiss anything. By simply saying, well, it's white privilege. You wouldn't understand because you're white right? So she she she lays this white privilege nonsense out there. But the guy she's talking to happens to be black. In fact, you know, what let me replay this. All right. I just I want you to hear it. Now, listen closely to all of what happens as we? As we talked about a few moments ago. There were other parts that came out. It's not just this this racial nonsense that she's peddling. It's the fact that she's irresponsible. Instead of saying, you know, what dude I I don't know who you are. Right. And look this. I didn't prepare. Oh, my people didn't give me the right information. She's immediately willing to say it was my fault. And she's immediately willing to throw her own people under the bus shameful. All right. So let's listen to that. And then I'm going to share with you in observation from another Uber leftist that is exposed by this left is. So let's do a REBA Martin shouldn't dare requirement their primary requirement regardless of ethnicity, regardless of network be that they are capable of covering politics. For instance, if you're going to cover political campaigns sports may not be the most qualified background and that brings to the point of if people want to get into these fields, regardless of color. I've chosen across different parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue. I considered my qualifications the issue. You know that that's a whole nother long conversation about. White privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege of how do I have? Village of white privilege, David by virtue of being a white male. You have white privilege hold on conversation. I don't have time to get. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is still fall soda in. This. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people obviously or you didn't look you're talking to a black, man. Out in rock radio in Boston. Who crossed the pats into hip hop. Rebuilding. One of the greatest black stations in America. And went on to work for Fox News where I'm told apparently blacks aren't supposed to work but yet. You come with this assumption, and you go to white privilege actually, insulting it is. And I apologize because my people gave me wrong information. They told me a whole white privilege thing is can I apologize and correct. The record. I want to apologize. I look given wrong information about you. And I apologize based on my go into something that I was part of and just to add to it. My family background is white black Indian arrow wack Irish Scottish. I mean, it's so diverse. I'm like the UN when it comes to this. And this is part of the problem with driving a narrative around a construct like white privilege privileges. One thing we're applied wealth economy, various social factors, but not necessarily determined by color of skin. So what you're saying? Then is Madam you screwed up. Big time. It exposed her. As having exactly one arrow in her quiver. Right. She wasn't going to debate or discuss any of the issues. Apparently, she was simply going to discount everything that this guy said because he was white. That's what she was prepared for. The problem, obviously for her is that he's black. And he has a pretty colorful background in terms of music radio. And he has a very interesting. Background in terms of whose members of his family. Right. It's all over the place. There's nothing about him that fits her preconceived narrative. And he calls around. So at least she does say she sorry. I'm going to give her credit for that. She said, I'm sorry. I want to apologize. But she doesn't apologize because she only has this this ridiculous race card to play. She apologized. People gave me the wrong information. That's the shameful part of it. Now, she is clearly trafficking in bigotry and racist rhetoric. Right. There's no other way to describe what she did. Now. I'd like you to take a listen to MS DNC this Nicole Wallace listened to what Nicole Wallace has to say I tape of Liz Cheney and Kevin McCarthy Mitt Romney saying that this is Steve king doesn't represent the party Lincoln all three of them defenders have Donald Trump on just about every issue. And and I think what's so upsetting about the Steve king thing is not even so much. What he has said as odious as it is. But but it gives a window into the voters of the Republican party, and the people who have supported him and condone this all this time. Look, let's parse that line. Like what's wrong when did saying white nationalism or white supremacy become a bad word? I mean, the problem is there are voters who are thinking. Like what is wrong with that? And that's the problem with the Republican party that those people have nowhere else to go. And they have a president who seems to endorse those views which are unamerican, and it has been particularly empowered under Donald Trump, you were working for President Bush. When Trent Lott made his statement that you know, Strom Thurman how much better off would've been if he had become become president, and George W Bush said this is unacceptable. No. And he resigned part of the problem is we think that this does not have a parallel on the left. They're just doesn't there isn't there isn't a strain of racism on the left. I don't. So. So I think that this gets brushed under the rug people sort of tolerate it's been normalized like you just said they don't have anywhere else to go. So they attached to the Republican party. The Republican party doesn't have to let them how how do how do Republican sort of get back to doing something decent? So. So so there's no racism whatsoever on the left. That's what this Nicole Wallace as we just heard an example right moments before she went off on her tangent. There. There's no there's no parallel on the left leftist or not racist in any way. We just heard a tremendous example of racism from the left. That CNN legal analyst Areva Martin who say, Well, I I can't believe anything you say, you don't know what you're talking because you're white. Ready to discount everything was poor guy says because he's white except he's not, and that's all she's got is racism. And what are we see from the left, we see racial identity politics? This is why it's it's so interesting and not in a good way. But it's so interesting to watch the Elizabeth warrens of the world released DNA reports that identify them as perhaps one one thousand and twenty fourth native American perhaps there's a question Mark after it and Asterix because it actually says that you could be one one thousand and twenty fourth Central American, but that might include native indigenous population. It's only an issue because she has trafficked her entire life as an Uber leftist in racial identity politics. That's ugly. It is very very ugly thing when you realize that there are people whose entire resin d'etre is racial politics, and the left loves racial identity politics. They love it. That's all they have left. Right. They have no policies that I've seen. I mean, I have a very very dear friend of mine who's who's a far left wing guy. And I love him like a brother. I really do. I think he's a great guy. We don't agree on political stuff. But but on those rare occasions when we talk about it 'cause we've kind of come to this agreement that we're just not going to talk about politics because we want to remain friends. But on the rare occasions that we talk about it. I'll say what are what are the plans or you have to impeach Trump? Okay. But what are your policies you? Gotta get rid of Trump. Okay. But what are the policies are there actual plans that you would like to see em- place, and they're just so focused on how much they ate the president. They've got nothing else. It's really kind of sad. When you think about it? Five sixteen. Jeff katz. Newsradio WNBA. Newsradio WNBA. You're always just minutes away. From the latest news talk do Pinon. So.
"areva" Discussed on WRVA
"Twenty two Jeff cads NewsRadio. WNBA? Did you catch? What this Areva Martin said? Besides the obvious telling David Webb who was a black guy that he was the recipient of white privilege was something else. She said there that I thought exposed her is a real. Real creep. Stand is out in king William's stand. Welcome newsradio. WNBA? Thanks for taking my call. Great job as always. Thank you, sir. I don't I don't know. Exactly. What you're looking for what I picked up one. She immediately blamed somebody else. She did not take responsibility for having the wrong information. Her people did not give her the right information. Yup. Which is typical of the bottom feeders, my friend. I cannot argue with you stand. I believe you are absolutely spot on Ron is enrichment. Hey, Ron welcome to News Radio. WNBA? Hey, Jeff Ron fan hit that on the head. So I mean, he nailed it. The Areva is going on on air to speak with someone in actually starts to insult someone yet. She doesn't even know who she's talking to right? There's no she's talking to. She has no idea who she's talking to. And she turns around and blames others PJ's down amid Lowthian PJ. Welcome to NewsRadio WNBA. Thanks for having me on. It's like the other people said, it's when she just backtrack, and she was like people gave me the wrong information. She was arbitrarily using the term white privilege, and then just went and blamed it on somebody else. She didn't do a research. Exactly, great point PJ. I appreciate that's the that's the other part of this is perhaps even a bigger message. She's got one card to play right, white privilege. She's not prepared for the interview. She doesn't know who this guy is. But she's convinced that all she has to do is throw the phrase white privilege out there. She's gonna shut him down. She was ill prepared an irresponsible. She immediately blamed her people anybody want to venture a guess, whether she actually has people for twenty seven Jeff Katz. Newsradio WNBA. A.
"areva" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Wednesday on talk radio five sixty K SFO eight nineteen on chaos if oh all right? Here's the story. This is pretty hilarious. People just. People are just reacting. Now, they just somebody says something, and you automatically just react. You know? Thank you. Just react. I've been programmed to think this. So I will say it. So this is the CNN legal analyst Areva Martin. So I mean, she's the legal analyst, I'm guessing she has a lot degree new think with that law degree. You would learn how to speak, but listen. And do your research. I know that you know, I've I've been we have guests on this program. All the time. I'm guessing that the guests first time around has done the research on us. We know what they're getting into. I know that when I'm a guest on other people's radio talk shows, I go to the internet try dig up what I can. Because I want to know who I'm talking to. Yeah. So this is CNN legal analyst Areva Martin. She's on David Webb's talk show on Sirius XM. He's a FOX nation host. You see him occasionally on Fox News. This is a guy who's been around the radio world of in management and other things. And then he decided to get into the conservative talk deal and. He has her on his show. And as they're talking she decides that she's going to pull the white privilege card. He's talking about his career, and but she she pulls the white privilege card like excuse me. Hello. Who are you talking to because he's not white? Whoop. See quite a moment. Take a listen people want to get into these fields, regardless of color. I've chosen across different parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be each one. I never considered my color the issue. I considered my qualifications the issue. Well, David, you know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege of how do I white privilege David by virtue of being a white male? You have white privilege hold on conversation. I don't have time to get. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is the fall suited in this. You went immediately with an assumption. You're people, obviously, you're you didn't look you're talking to a black, man. Out in rock radio in Boston who crossed paths into hip hop. Rebuilding. One of the greatest black stations in America. And went on to work for Fox News where I'm told apparently blacks are supposed to work but yet. You come with this, and you go to white privilege actually, insulting it is. And I apologize because my people gave me wrong information. They told me your whole white privilege thing is can I apologize and correct. The record given wrong information about you. And I might go into something that I was part of this is part of the problem with driving a narrative around a construct like white privilege privileges. One thing we're applied wealth economy, various social factors, but not necessarily determined by color of skin. Night the problem. I mean, I what I know our listeners were saying just own it. She would known it. She blamed it on her people. And you know, what else put our people through our people under the bus. If there were any other people. I don't even know what else is interesting. I went to her because you would think continue. Well, no, I was just thinking you would think after something like this. You might address it since the entire world is blowing up your social media about it. He's acting like it never even happened. She's tweeting about you know, immigration and all this other stuff this morning, not even addressing mean. Meanwhile, all of the comments on everything she's posted since this happened, hashtag, white privilege. Gosh. It's it's my it's okay. All right. I'll be sure when I give you guessed information for anyone else. Coming up on the show Brian needed on the color you need to know the race of them. So here's the deal. She was a guest on somebody else's program. Like when I'm a guest in somebody else's program. You're not doing the work for me. I'm book my own was booked on her own time. My goodness NBC may pull the office from net. Flicks know what's going on with that? Okay. This is a bummer. Well, okay, they prepare. Okay. So the network prepares to launch a rival service in twenty twenty that's the deal. So this is all competition of business. I think net flicks may be right for the and right now because financially for what we've heard in a working out for me. I've always wondered that they have these monumental epic productions, and we're only paying so much a month for this. Yeah. And now and now the big uproars they raised it two dollars. Now. It's thirteen bucks a month. That's nothing. That's nothing. Detainment you get from Netflix right seriously. The office is such a great classic. It's one of the last classically incorrect shows. Yes, they couldn't even make it nowadays. Good point. That is a really good point. And I have to say among the middle school set. They love the office. It's like a cult following in middle schoolers now. Yeah, the office is great. They also they pulled you're right. They would not make that they wouldn't be able to. They wouldn't be able to make the office. They pulled family guy from net flicks as well about ones all gone, right? All the seasons. Really? They stripped out a few months ago. And I heard heard family guy's gonna they're gonna stop doing gay jokes. Apparently. Okay. So with this. Okay. Let me go back to that story. Then with this with this story NBC may pull the office of net. But it has it's not Netflix, Paul. So it's NBC polling. I it sounds like it. Yeah. Okay. You're right though. I hadn't thought about it that way they could they actually start that series the way they started it back today because how many years ago to begin ten years ago? Oh, more than fifteen probably something like times have changed five is the first episode date. It's been that long. So you couldn't be doing those same type jokes today? Now that sexual harassment. Oh, not a Chan it's hilarious. Okay. Well, all right. Well, well, we've some say is hilarious. All right. I I've been Gillette. The best a man can get right. Brian your nothing but a predator. I don't go for those kind of jokes. You lying predator. You you. I'll tell you. Coming up. You're going to hear from Steve Frank is their chief was the blower because it's it's interesting all of these liberal politicians like the former mayor of Los Angeles and the current mayor of San Jose. They're all calling for more bike lanes. We need more bike lanes. But both these guys almost got killed in bike lanes riding bikes. So. Maybe I at that place that you know, this bike lane things not working out. Very well almost got killed right? So we'll talk to Steve Frank about that coming up at the broadcast. Also, a lot of flack Trump's taking a lot of flat. What you're kidding me? Really this time for inviting Clemson to the White House after the national championship to eat fast food and people are saying, well, so I mean, my God these guys just won the national championship. But you're giving them fast food someone sent a tweet to us that hurt us talking about this. That said that we were talking about supporting it, and they went these are we need higher standards for the world. These are America's children who love fast food. Thank you. Love fast food. I guess what they've never had it on a silver platter before in the White House..
"areva" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Really stepped in it. You see this yesterday? This Areva Martin interview the David Webb was doing on his radio show. Fox news. David Webb's have Sirius satellite radio show, and he had on scene an analyst Areva Martin. And she started preaching to them about white privilege. The only problem is. David Webb is black. They were you know, David Webb's trying to explain. You know, he's saying look race shouldn't matter when you're looking for the right person for the right job. Okay. David Webb is a black guy. This is CNN analyst Areva Martin on his Sirius XM radio show. Check this out. If people want to get into these fields, regardless of color, I've chosen across different parts of the media world done the work. So that I'm qualified to be in each one. I never considered my color the issue, I considered my qualifications the day. You know, that that's a whole nother long conversation about white privilege and things that you have the privilege of doing that people of color don't have the privilege. How do I of white privilege David by virtue of being a white male? You have white privilege this whole long conversation. I don't have time to leave. I hate to break it to you. But you should have been better prepped. I'm black. Okay. Then I went to white privilege. This is the fall suited this. You went immediately with an assumption. You didn't look you're talking to a black man you dummy. She was going to start preaching to him. She thought she was talking above his head. Look, I don't have time to explain his white privilege thing to you a white, man. Of course, you don't know lack to come here. Right. You white devil. Black. I should have prepped better for that. How the hell exactly do prep for something? Like that. How would that? What would that be like, okay? Geraldo Rivera is going.
"areva" Discussed on KGO 810
"So there was a cap on that in the Affordable Care Act that doesn't change the fact that they have ways of making more money and and doing certain accounting tricks to do that. So appreciate the call. Steve, thanks so much. Joining me on the phone right now, she is a civil rights. Attorney advocate CNN legal analyst. Author of make it rain Areva Martin Areva. Thanks for coming on the show. Good to hear good to talk to you today. Thank you, Ethan. So I'm so curious, what was your reaction when this court ruling came down on Friday from this judge in Texas. Shocking. And I think they hire world, including the healthcare community was shocked at this church. Shook a position that he took especially when you think about the kind of eagle contortions at the department of Justice, they uphold, but yet supported certain parts of the lawsuit filed by the attorney state attorney general funding conservative states, they wanted it both ways they wanted to do away with the individual mandate, but they wanted to desert the healthcare for pre existing injuries are after all Republicans on the campaign trail touting their support of coverage. This injury. But this judge's ruling wiped away health insurance effectively for twenty million people. Now, the good news is. The Trump administration said that they will not implement the judge's ruling allowed the appeals process to take place. So people day to day life will not be immediately interrupted by this decision. But it's rather shocking decision. It was really shocking. One of the things that I was really kind of thrown by Areva Martin is joining me on the phone right now CNN legal analyst civil rights turning author. Make it rain Areva was the fact that he kinda he successfully. And this is one of those weird contortions that judges have been known to occasionally due to justify their decision. He tied. It all together. I mean, large bills like this there so comprehensive if one aspect of it gets shot down. This is very common that this court and judges often will say that portion of it is no longer valid but not throw the whole thing out because of one piece of it. Yeah. This judge do that. He focuses on the individual mandate and said that since attack Bill twenty seventeen essentially nullify the penalty of the tax that individuals had to pay if they were not ensure that that, you know, penalty was reduced to zero that there or the entire Bill was unconstitutional because the constitutionality by the supreme court was with respect to that portion of the Bill. To enact a pack of individual who did not purchase insurance and clearly could have done what you said he's been which is protected pre existent injuries that protected the portion that allow individuals to stay on their parent's health insurance. Pictures. Oh, there's so many of you know, aspects of the Bill they could have remained intact. Weeping order, basically, the entire Bill unconstitutional and set this up for big showdown episode cream cord civil rights attorney Areva Martin is joining me on the phone. We're talking about this Texas federal district court judge on Friday ruling the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. And shutting down the saying the whole thing is done so Areva should people be worried about their health care right now? Oh, I think they should be worried. I mean immediately. The Trump administration is not going to take any efforts to prevent individuals phone security, you know, health care insurance ACA, but I think everyone that is or anyone that you know, has a medical condition. We'll have one pretty much everybody in the country should be writing to their senators writing to their record in expressing their their shocked utter dismay in holding those publican law, you know, officials elected officials accountable because they went on a huge campaign right before the midterms promising. Injury coverage would be protected so that they need to be held accountable statements in the twenty million people that are out there needs to be protected. Civil rights attorney and CNN legal analyst Martin is joining me on the phone one more question for you Areva is this in its own weird way an opportunity for the new democratic house to start pushing for Medicare for all. Oh, I think it opens the door because one of the things saying Ethan is the Republicans have been clamoring for years about repeal replaces pill replace that. We know what happened with that. Mccain, but they've never offered a viable alternative to ObamaCare. It's always get rid of it. Get rid of it's bad for the country. It's not serving the needs of the people. But they've never been able to even when they held both the house and the Senate, and you know, all three branches of government government with the White House, and they've not been able to come up with a walk. And so I think it does open the door for democrat, both aggressive and central. I believe that people have a right to health insurance. To start talking about Medicare for all and for that policy to take hold as a game momentum that you know, I think. In the last big debate about healthcare. I always enjoy hearing your insight and opinion, a re Martin she's a CNN legal analyst book is make it rain. How to use the media to revolutionize your business and brand Areva Martin great to talk to you. Thank you so much for coming on the show today. Thank you. Yeah. I really do. Appreciate that. By the way, I wanna keep taking your calls on this topic. So we're gonna take a short break get a little news. And I want to hear from you on what you think about this court ruling..
"areva" Discussed on KGO 810
"I think if you haven't you're hearing. And now Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to congress this morning in Manhattan, this has some very big ramifications. Joining me on the phone CNN legal analyst, she's a civil rights attorney and advocate a commentator, author of make it rain Areva Martin Areva. Thank you so much for coming on the show today. Great to talk to you. Great. How are you? It's good. I'm good that way. It's a wild time to be alive. Areva? That's for sure there's no question. So I wanna hear from from your brilliant legal mind for a second this Michael Cohen, pleading guilty to lying to congress. I've heard a lot of people on the right? Not all by the way, plenty or saying that this is a big deal. But some are saying look nothing to see here move on because it's just Michael Cohen. None of this has to do with President Trump. What is your take on this? Well, that's a really simplistic about this. This is a huge deal. We're talking about a guy that served as the president. It's personal. I was very involved with Beverly his care paid. But it's all it his business deletes, and as we know became famous because of the hush, but he paid to store Daniels others. So it's a pretty big deal with the president's personal lawyer has to plead guilty to to congress about it or actions. As the president. So this is a black hole. Coach said he lied about his taxes or his business delete this. He lied about trade to establish a throw tower Russia during the same type periods that the president told the American people that he had business what they would it Russia. So I think it's too simplistic to say this is that a huge deal. Attorney Areva Martin is joining me on the phone right now. And not only that what we found out this morning that just absolutely I'm still trying to process it or even said before the Iowa caucus. They were done trying to do anything with Russia's. There is nothing about it there. And now Michael Cohen was we found out from the legal filing this morning. We saw that he's talking about all the way up to right before the Republican national convention. So President Trump heads sensually won the Republican nomination. But hadn't just formally accepted. It yet. And he was still talking to Russia that changes things dramatically to me. The timing is really interesting. So what the that tells us is that? Was involved the Goshi eight or tipped it? They go shady deal all the way through ju-, a twenty sixteen and it's also interesting to know how the president has changed his to. So if you bid Fowley this at all the clips where the president is talking to the American people at twenty six. Did they have any business delete said Russia? Where did he says? Well, you know, just because I was ready for president. Be that I had to stop businessmen. And of course, I still could beat business. Even if Michael Cohen just tell you the truth, which he says, Michael quality, so fire. But he says even if he is telling the truth, so what business yes, I was dealing with lots of business transactions. And this is a starter leads the president because he says the tower was never built. But again, I think that this is the point here we did what to rewires President Trump. It's so or a president. Why hasn't he criticized it more challenge of Russia is this perhaps the banners to that? Because if you go she ate a deal to build a towel. He has other business with Russia. That would be a good explanation for why he has taken the position that he has with respect to Russia. A N legal analyst REBA Martin is joining me on the phone right now, you'll want to follow her on Twitter at a river Martin. What are the things that? I thought was absolutely fascinating. This morning Ariba is the fact that Michael Cohen admitted this morning in court in Manhattan that it's not just Trump at that. The Trump family was involved in these conversations. What are your thoughts on that? Yeah. That's a very important development that we know that Jerry Kushner has testified before congress is down. So it raises the question as to whether they gave artists inaccurate cast of OD selves. It is Michael Kula who we don't do as a result of this. Plea deal is cooperating with the special counsel other. It's the bay should bat either suggests that the president's failed. We livers have been a truthful right this lead to four Hispanic good response themselves. So I I think it's also important to know would work. He pleaded guilty to the charges. The southern district of the your there wasn't affordable cooperation agreed between the special character. As of today there is there's no doubt. No question that Michael quotas style cooperating with the special character. We can't lose sight of the fact this is a guy that spent twelve years the inner circle of Donald Trump. This is a guy who said he would take a bullet for Donald Trump. This is the guy who pledged his loyalty, but who who is say his loyalty is to the country. I like Paul band. I have had this cut. Unofficial coke defense. Agreed with what the president is. He could feed information to the president's it doesn't appear that Michael Cohen is willing to do that. Core part? He's willing to go into special counsel doors office, tell everything he does about this president that has to be terrify for this president. Yeah. And that's why he lashes out as he does it seems like the news is maybe closing in or or or getting a little bit tighter on him right now attorney Areva Martin is joining me on the phone one more question for you Areva. You mentioned the southern district. Can you refresh? His why we're even talking about the southern district of New York because I it's all Robert Muller. But where does the southern district come into this? Yes. So earlier this you Michael code pled guilty to seven or eight charges at the southern district. They had to do with his taxes. They had to do with the business dealings. He had in New York. A real tax secret values quarterly they had to do with one hundred thirty thousand dollars. Hush papers. That was pay to stormy Daniels, which raises the issue of whether that was a kid he violations. Michael Cohen, embattled trope conspire to pay story. Digital's back pay one hundred thirty thousand hours right before the twenty sixteen election. To prevent damaging information from Kobe doubt about the president. If they could have the outcome of the election. So Michael code is already facing substantial jail back case is the southern district of the your that case is dot com. A cooperation agreement, but he pled guilty. Those charges at the district today. There's a Duprey agree with disagree with this with special counsel involves took heard respect carries a potential five year charge. The agreement says that special counsel before spurts so black. We'll call it is going to jail. But when you look at the southern district case, you look at the special counsel case today don't out code is going to jail there's going to be far less otherwise that he could big to do a quarter of these charges more towards the he's cooperating. He's giving it's the basic to special counsel blower that Lido base of everything. That's a disclosed today that kid be it is very damaging to the president. Yeah. Utterly amazing. And always appreciate your time. Attorney Areva Martin Areva. Thank you so much for coming on and discussing the Michael Cohen situation takes did. Yeah. I really do. Appreciate it. Thank you Areva Martin coming up in just a moment, by the way, the president is heading off to the g twenty summit where he has or maybe had a scheduled meeting with Russian President, Vladimir Putin. What do you think he should do is it time to meet with the Russian president or with all this going down should cancel it for one five.
"areva" Discussed on KGO 810
"We heard the news. I think if you haven't you're hearing it now Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to congress this morning in Manhattan. This has some very big ramifications. Joining me on the phone CNN league land list. She's a civil rights attorney and advocate a commentator, author of make it rain Areva Martin Areva. Thank you so much for coming on the show today. Great to talk to you. Great. I'm good. I'm good. It's a wild time to be alive. Areva? Yeah. That's happy. That's for sure. There's no question. I wanna hear from from your brilliant legal mind for a second. This Michael Cohen pleading guilty to lying to congress. I've heard a lot of people on the right? Not all by the way, plenty or saying that this is a big deal. But some are saying look nothing to see here move on because it's just Michael Cohen. None of this has to do with President Trump. What is your take on this? Well, that's a really simplistic about this is a huge deal. We're talking about a guy that served as the president's personal was very involved with his kid paid. But it's basically it his business deletes, and as we know became famous because of the hush, but he paid to store Daniels others. So it's a pretty big deal with the president's personal lawyer has to plead guilty to curb Chris about it interactions. It's the president. So this is Michael Cohen say he lied about his taxes or his business, delete. This is safe. He lied about trade to establish a Trump Tower Russia during the same type periods at the president told the American people that he had so business deletes what they would Russia. So I think it's too simplistic to say this is that a huge deal. Attorney Areva Martin is joining me on the phone right now. And not only that what we found out this morning that just absolutely I'm still trying to process. It Areva is Michael Cohen and everybody on the on the Trump side said before the Iowa caucus. They were done trying to do anything with Russia's nothing talking about there. And now Michael Cohen is we found out from the legal filing this morning. We saw that he's talking about all the way up to right before the Republican national convention, so President Trump heads centrally one. The Republican nomination but hadn't just formally accepted it yet, and he was still talking to Russia that changes things dramatically to me. The timing is really interesting. So what the agreement tells us that Michael was involved, the Goshi eight or tipped it. They go shaded deal all the way through June of twenty sixteen and it's also interesting to how the president has changed his to. So if you bid finally this at all the clips where the president is talking to people at twenty six. Heavy business daily said Russia. Did he says, well, you know, just because I was ready for president. Be that I had to stop being a businessman. The course I still could be business. Even if Michael Cohen would just tell you the truth, which parenthetically he says so fire, but he says, even if he is telling the truth, so what I'm a businessman. Yes, I was dealing with lots of business transactions. And this is a bad starter leads the president because he says the tower was never built. But again, I think that this is the point here we've been wondering why is President Trump fit so PD it or a President Putin? Why hasn't he criticized a bit more challenging of Russia is this perhaps hits us the answers to that. Because if you go she ate a deal to build a tower he has other business dealings with Russia. That would be a good explanation for why he is taking the very leadership position that he has with respect to Russia. CNN legal analyst REBA Martin is joining me on the phone right now, you'll wanna follow her on Twitter at a Riva Martin. What are the things that? I thought was absolutely. Fascinating this morning Areva is the fact that Michael Cohen admitted this morning. In court in Manhattan that it's not just Trump at that. The Trump family was involved in these conversations. What are your thoughts on that? Yeah. That's a very important development that we know that Jerry Christer has testified before. So raises the question as to whether they gave artists inaccurate custody itself. And Michael Kula who we don't do as a result of this. Plea deal is cooperating with the special counsel might he have other information that either suggests that the president's family livers have a truthful disagree to die. Four his fairly good response itself right occurred. I think it's also know. Would he play guilty to the charges? The southern district of New York. There wasn't a cooperation agreement between the special character. As of today. There is there's no doubt go question that Michael Cohen style cooperating with the special character. We can't lose sight of the fact this is a guy that spent twelve years the inner circle of Donald Trump. This is a guy who said he would take a download trip. This is a guy who pledged his loyalty, but who do is say his loyalty is to the country. I it's like Paul band. I have had this kind of unofficial cold defense. Agreed with what the president is good feed information to the presidency. It doesn't appear that Michael Cohen is willing to do that. He's core part. He's willing to go into special counsel officers. Tell everything about this president that has to be terrify for this president. Yeah. And that's why he lashes out as he does it seems like the news is maybe closing in or or getting a little bit tighter on him right now attorney Areva Martin is joining me on the phone one more question for you Areva. You mentioned the southern district in can you refresh? His why were even talking about the southern district of New York because I I it's it's all Robert Muller. But where does the southern southern district come into this? So earlier this you Michael code put guilty to seven or eight charges at the southern district. They had to do with taxes. They had to do with the business daily. He had in New York, a real tax secret values quarterly they had to do with the hundred thirty thousand dollars. Hush papers that was pay to store Daniels, which raises the issue of whether that was a kid. He by elation. Michael Cohen, embattled stroke conspire to pay store. We did use that payment of one hundred thirty thousand dollars right before the twenty sixteen election. To prevent damaging information from Kobe out about the president. If they should they could have attracted, you know, the outcome of the election. So Michael code is already facing cliff Stanford jail back case is a southern district of the your that case is that could pay a cooperation agreement, but he put guilty those charges at the district today. There's a Duprey agreed with disagree with is with special counsel Buller involves. I was I took her interest that carries a potential five year charge. The agree. But says that special counsel be asking for six so Michael code is going to jail. But when you look at the southern district case you look at the special counsel case today. No doubt back with call. It is going to jail. There's going to be a less otherwise had he been convicted of the quarter with these charges more. Peace corps, appleaday. He's giving information to special counsel blower that Lido base of everything. That's a disclosed today. That kid be it is very damaging to the president. Yeah. This is utterly amazing. And always appreciate your time. Attorney Areva Martin Areva. Thank you so much for coming on and discussing the Michael Cohen situation. Takes did. Yeah. Really do. Appreciate it. Thank you Areva Martin coming up in just a moment, by the way, the president is heading off to the g twenty summit where he has or maybe had a scheduled meeting with Russian President, Vladimir Putin. What did you think he should do is it time to meet with the Russian president or with all this going down? Should he cancel it? For one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. K G O eight ten and streaming online at K G, O radio dot com..
President Trump, Stormy Daniels and President discussed on Markley and Van Camp
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"And i am not a you know mobile phone gamer but xena work for us an android out sid meier star ships star wars knights of the old republic pin out nova legacy so again lot of scifi games a total as being thirty two of course gal gal galliga wars was one of them but anyway if you're into that and are looking to pick up some sifi game spray your mobile device for the fourth of july we can't not weekend weekday guess linka be up in the show notes for you new and upcoming phones galaxy note nine and others are expecting in two thousand eighteen and so the definitely expects in galaxy note nine google picks three and three x l again phones were expecting this year apple phone eleven the apple phone nine nine plus l g v forty and they've got some write ups on each one of these of you're in the market for new phone which i will be when we get the newest iphone role i'll be definitely looking at the new iphones there's some smart home deals over the fourth of july i have only gotten the show show notes on that so st everything from kitchenaid staff to refrigerators rangers dishwashers washing machines you name it on sale over the fourth all right see here last off that was it was the last one but being but a boom so let me go here and see i don't think there was any comments that came in no so we're free is show notes and i'm really short on time today yes i have to dig of course i didn't spend a lot of time in intro today but we'll have to dig a little bit deeper for more content from the next show because this is a little too short or the podcast but wanna think everyone for for hanging here and an areva you've been been watching and anyway it's been it's been fun being back in the saddle with you probably just as well that i wrap up a little early on this show certainly get a little punchy so that's a good thing if things wrapped up getting bed try to get here on cycle
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"That doesn't work it doesn't work that way also when all this is a shooting shooting to stop and the best way to stop that person is santa body mass or the one the hit sit down at the simple nervous system that's not shooting to kill fish you to stop that's what they're doing areva ever we have this conversation sometimes i think people think critique a police officers as always the sway of knocking all police officers early on the radio station i have to say look i'm not anti police friends and colleagues great job police to keep us safe no doubt about it vital in our communities but we have to be able to call out to tactics as well as bad at least individuals individuals who should not be in the she'll be on the forest and we have to talk about implicit pay us and everything it all makes perfect sense but you know he has to take all of that great information superimposed on what we know to be the case which is an african american mom are they haven't countless yourself there's something different happens it's not the same as white individuals have those same encounters and we don't have those tough discussions about race on this so we can talk about police tactics and training but if we do that the whole conversation about race and criticized will never going to stop the shooting and when a young man shot twenty times a cell phone that's gonna cause any communities should let you go thank you for your comment has always appreciate talking to you lord you might say goodbye the book is called make it rain i am reading it right now it has so many good nuggets in it if you're looking to really you know create a brand for yourself and get a message out there areva great work thank you so much you read the book if you haven't already his brand is big enough i guess some of his story in the book and i'm really happy about that so thank you tell the story credible brand but yes i just wanna say is number one on amazon amazon bestseller nobles hope somebody feel inspired you all right areva purchaser and vic i will give.
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"Surprise me if you think about it his advisers the people he had advising him who was supposed to be you know the african american community people king didn't have traditional civil rights leaders and out of this you know and his administration has kind of pain or anywhere in his four so i so don't even understand issues he's shown no evidence that he does i don't even know if he understands the constitutional implication of shootings particularly when there's no justification for them jeff sessions no so he's an attorney he's a prosecutor he knows what these issues unlike unfortunately he's been silent man if anything he's know implement policies that undermine some of the purpose made under air over so surprised by this white house this department of justice set saddened by their responsible but not shot speaking of surprises i took a look at your book areva and i was surprised i was surprised about the content because you give us a really good outline on basically how to raise our profiles and that's not what i thought what did you think this initially when you told me that you're writing.