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'The View' Goes After TPUSA Students
"Ended up happening. The view because in a desperate plea to try to become relevant again, decided to go out of their way to go smear and slander 5000 turning point USA students. So the view started with saying the following, they uncut 47, Sarah Haynes from the view decried the turning point USA event because it explodes young exposed younger people to conservative politics and how it started. I don't like because it caters to younger Republicans. You have a lot of hope that younger people won't choose parties, yeah, okay, play cut 47. Well, the turning point thing, I think, is I don't like it because it caters to younger Republicans, which you have a lot of hope that younger people, especially in politics. We see so many bipartisan groups that say, let's not pick a party. Let's all come together. And this was geared towards that. And if you listen to a lot of the rhetoric, it's on point and on brand for them these days. Yeah, let's just all come together. I wonder if she says that about BLM or AOC. No, no, they only don't like partisanship when turning point USA does. By the way, we're not even a partisan organization. It's a wrong label where an educational organization. We are anti woke pro American pro liberty pro constitution. We are not pro Republican. We do have a political arm turning point accident hosts that Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis, but they won't be bothered with facts. Joy behar then talked about the turning point thing and I have to just say this. Do you know how much joy it gives me that turning point is an extended topic of conversation on the view? It's a phenomenal accomplishment for our entire staff for our team for everyone involved at turning point USA. They got nothing better to do than talk about this goes to show that we are the center of the conservative universe
" haynes" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Because of how Colton Haynes looks, you know, that chiseled face, his square jaw. Because of that, Hollywood decided very quickly that he was a leading man. He was a jock, he was an asshole, those are the roles they wanted him to play, and as he was told, all of that meant that he could not be gay. So back into the closet he went. This is something that I didn't know about Colton before reading his book. I didn't know that growing up, he was an out proud, loudly gay teenager, and all that had to change when he started acting. He's best known today for having been on hit shows like teen wolf and arrow. Now, when Colton.
Russia pummels vital port of Odesa, targeting supply lines
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Russia underestimated Ukraine's resistance, US officials say
"The U. S. intelligence community says Vladimir Putin guessed wrong about a lot of things before invading Ukraine CIA chief bill burns a former U. S. ambassador in Moscow says Putin fought he built a modern military that could quickly take a week Ukraine that is a comedy with sanctions proof that Europe lacked the will to challenge him he's been proven wrong on every count a long side burns at a house hearing national intelligence director Averell Haynes who says Putin also underestimated how fiercely Ukrainians would fight back Haynes says Putin still sees this as a war he cannot afford to lose but what he might be willing to accept as a victory may change over time given the significant costs he is incurring she says it's unclear if Putin still wants to capture all of Ukraine war would settle for something short Sager made Ghani Washington
" haynes" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"83. The early to mid 1980s. In addition to not being good with decades, I'm not very good in just basic arithmetic. Well, that's okay. I'm a liberal arts major myself. So it's okay. So you have 3°? Yes, I got an undergraduate degree. A master's degree from University of Chicago and a JD. Oh my goodness. Well, well, I'll tell you what. The University of Chicago at one time was one of the finest schools in America. All I do, yeah. It was also a member of the Big Ten. I know you know that, but the father used to live in Chicago. It's a great, it's an amazing school. Well, I tell you what Michael we have a guest waiting, so we're going to have to continue this conversation. Yeah, I'd like to pat would like to talk to you. She's right here. Okay, I'll tell you what, I'm going to put you on hold. Let's go back on hold. Because I don't want to keep our guests waiting because. You wait. I run this show as of this hour. It's Friday. I've got to change gears. We were about to go to a guest and we had a connection issue and welcome Wesley Haynes to the program. He is the CEO of brand R, Wesley, thank you. I don't know if you were able to hear some of that, but if you were just expunge it from your memory, okay? Good afternoon. It's hard to do that, but I will try. Okay. We want to talk to you because your company brand are certainly a leader in working with schools on group licensing and NIO. And that is such a confusing subject right now. How is it all going? Well, you know, it is still a bit of the wild wild west, but I tell you the part that we live in, the little part of the world that we're focusing in on group rights is actually moving along nicely. And I think that most college fans are going to see a big difference in products that they're able to buy and how they how they represent student athletes coming this fall. It will be ten or 20 X different than what it was last year. Wesley, a pretty pedestrian question here, but how does it work from your end? Yeah, it works that well, first, we work only and solely for the student athletes. But we do do that in collaboration with and from a distance from the schools. But we pull together rights of groups of athletes usually defined as three or more athletes from an individual sport like football or three or more if I mean 6 or more if it involved multiple sports. So we pull together agreements for the student athletes and then we find companies who want to want to create product involving both the school logos and also the player NIL. And so for us, this business has been, we've been looking at this business for years and we've been able to observe how the professional sports leagues have done this for about 30 years and so we're trying to mimic the best practices that we've seen by the professional sports leagues and unions to create these business opportunities for student athletes. How do the student athletes I hate that word, by the way? Make money. They make money because we pay them a royalty fee or actually the licensees pay them a royalty fee for the use of their name image likeness. So the best example is a Jersey that would have all of our or Alabama on the front. And then would have the player name and number on the back. So auburn and Alabama on the front of the Jersey and the player on the back of the Jersey or it could be a T-shirt that depicts a player in his uniform or it could be a pennant that has a player named image and likeness only. Until they get a royalty fee for us. So I realize we're only what 7 or 8 months in there. But what type of range are we talking about in terms of what they're making? You know, right now it's a few $100. I would predict that it will go to a few thousand and then I'll go to tens of thousands. The only model that we've got to look at is the professional sports model. And what we know is that 70% or more of professional products sold are player name and team name. So if you're thinking about the Atlanta Falcons and Julio Jones, that would be the combination. So 70% of all apparel sold in the NFL is player plus team. And across all leagues all products is over 50% of products sold. So the prediction now would be that in four or 5 years, college sports will mimic that of professional sports. So right now we're in the infancy of this thing and frankly this past fall was really just testing retailers testing the product with fans be interested in it. Will they bother product and what we found out is overwhelmingly they will not involve it. And so you'll see a pretty big sea change coming this upcoming call. Okay, so finally, the fine line, so many people were throwing accusations out there about schools as whole parties paying players, but that's obviously not the case, is it? No, it's not the case at all. Actually, the licensees or the corporate partners are paying the players. And the schools, they have to allow their trademarks their logos, the Alabama and auburn AU to be used on product, but actually we're causing that compensation. We're creating these opportunities for student athletes and Nikes and Under Armour and others like them champion apparel are actually paying the athletes, not the schools at all. Wesley, it's a subject we would like to continue conversing on as it gets bigger and better. Thank you for the time. It's always great to learn a little bit more about something like this. Wesley Haynes, joining us and we are heading right to the break,.
China faces omicron test weeks ahead of Beijing Olympics
"China China is is fighting fighting off off an an onslaught onslaught of of Kareena Kareena virus virus outbreaks outbreaks in in several several cities cities just just weeks weeks before before hosting hosting the the Beijing Beijing winter winter Olympics Olympics the the Chinese Chinese government government is is enforcing enforcing a a zero zero tolerance tolerance Cupid Cupid nineteen nineteen policy policy to to stop stop neighboring neighboring outbreaks outbreaks disrupting disrupting the the Beijing Beijing winter winter Olympics Olympics across across China China more more than than twenty twenty million million people people are are in in some some form form of of clock clock town town with with many many prevented prevented from from needing needing that that Haynes Haynes the the city city of of tangent tangent which which is is an an hour hour from from Beijing Beijing is is on on higher higher nuts nuts well well then then on on to to Pullach Pullach found found the the city city of of council council delays delays to to flights flights suspended suspended high high speed speed train train services services and and closed closed highways highways nevertheless nevertheless despite despite an an unabated unabated global global pandemic pandemic and and the the U. U. S. S. led led diplomatic diplomatic boycott boycott organizes organizes all all determines determines that that the the games games will will go go on on I'm I'm Karen Karen Thomas Thomas China China is is fighting fighting off off an an onslaught onslaught of of Kareena Kareena virus virus outbreaks outbreaks in in several several cities cities just just weeks weeks before before hosting hosting the the Beijing Beijing winter winter Olympics Olympics the the
" haynes" Discussed on Mega
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" haynes" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"That is mostly Therese in this story. And it was so I mean Kate is Kate and there's just a few there are not even words to describe. The consummate person that she is and actor and that she is. But it was really fun to get to know Rooney that, well on this film. 2017, I don't think many people expected that Tod Haynes is going to make a movie. I don't know if it's fair to call it a movie, a children's movie, but there's a protagonist. It is. I wanted it to be. Yeah, I did. Yeah, wonders. I just thought that was what was so remarkable about it as a book. It's kids love. It's not for little kids, but it's for kids who are curious and of a certain age. And Brian sells next book and script were embodied, and it was just a love story to New York City and comparing these two years apart. And the deaf themes in it. For all those reasons, it was just and we discovered millicent Simmons in the process. That's all you need to know. A fine and precious person and talent. So it was an amazing experience. I got to work with Mark friedberg and really let him go to town in ways that, you know, that model of the city or whatever. I don't know. That may have been. The whole thing was all right, 2019 dark waters. In some ways, this feels like if you put somebody in a screening room and showed them all of your movies, not in any negative way, but it's the least like the others. I would say, male protagonist, not doesn't feel like I can identify a personal connection to your life or that it's about identity or things in the same way. Maybe I'm wrong, but just curious what I think one of the great underappreciated Bill Kemp performances. But just why dark waters? Well, it was a project Mark brought to me. He didn't know how much I am obsessed with the paranoia films of the 70s. And so this film and some of the paranoia films of the 70s that Allen bakula films all the president's men are parallax view or clue. Some are based on true stories and some are not. But they share a sense of and I think what's amazing to me is how much that sense of a post Watergate paranoia about government and about truth and information permeates these films and how much that's expressive visually in the films. And how much the Gordon Willis cinematography is inseparable from how those films work. There just films, I just love and have always loved. And they're just, I haven't had an opportunity to explore one. And all of a sudden, I get this unbelievable story that is true. That does the same thing to rob a lot, the central character. But it does to these other characters..
" haynes" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Think you would call it a biopic. It's more an interpretation. And in fact, there was a quote that I wanted to read back to you to see if you agree. This was from around that time, New York Times Magazine quote. Todd Haynes film about Dylan is as much about Tod Haynes as it is about Dylan, where maybe even more dot dot dot Haines was trying to make a Dylan film that is, instead, what Dylan is all about, as he sees it, which is changing transforming and killing off one Dillon and moving to the next shedding his artistic skin to stay alive, close, quote. So plenty of people have project what they think a movie is about on filmmakers. Why were you drawn to a, I mean, we get the music what it is. It's incredible, but what made him an interesting subject for a film and to do it in a sort of the way you did with poison, where it's stylistic, each one is its own almost many separate story that intercuts with the other. And stylistically, even at each one is an homage. Yeah. You know, look, I was getting back into Dylan for personal reasons. I was needing to hear that irreverence and that confidence and that and the way when you're a teenager and you hear that voice and hear that music it drives you forward into a sense of possibility. And I think I don't think I even realized the degree to which I needed that at that time of my life again. Also the unreleased series, which is continued. All of the unreleased albums, the bootleg series. The first three CDs had just been released. And they were somewhat revelatory, and would continue this project that Jeff rose and his manager has overseen ever since. But I was starting to read biographies about Dylan and the thing that was so clear about everybody's account of them. This is completely biographical reality. This is like people observing him day to day month by month in the 60s, is that he was a shapeshifter. He would get into one serious influence and it would be like Woody Guthrie and he'd start to look and sound and act and sing and write like what he got three. And almost construct a myth about where he came from and be very ambivalent about where he came from and I don't know all this stuff. And everyone just fell in love with it. And they ate it up. And then.
" haynes" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the 412th episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg, and my guest today is one of the most significant independent filmmakers of the last 35 years. A daring, writer and director, who was at the Vanguard of what came to be known as nuclear cinema, who has worked with and is a favorite of many of the finest screen actresses of his time, including Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet, Kate Blanchett, and Rooney Mara. And whose explorations of identity include some of the most admired films of all time. Among them, 1995 safe, 2002s far from heaven for which he received his sole Oscar nomination in the category of best original screenplay. And 2015s Carol. Now, decades into his career, he has ventured for the first time into the world of nonfiction. With the documentary feature, The Velvet Underground, which premiered at July's Cannes Film Festival and has garnered raves and awards buzz ever since. A true master, Todd Haynes. Over the course of our conversation, the 60 year old and I discussed his roots in experimental film. His most important collaborators, including an especially his college roommate, turned producer, Christine vashon. His fascination with identity generally, and specifically with the glam rock scene that produced the likes of David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed. Plus, much more, and so without further ado,.
" haynes" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"This part of the story. I spoke to khloe. Franch knew ashley smith and trish from school i wanted to speak to chloe to get a better idea of ashley. Smith's pass who was one of the last people to be seen with trish chains before she was murdered and dismembered. I was told you didn't really know trish but you want the high school with her. Can you tell me about your relationship right. So i wouldn't say we did have a relationship other than same school same grade. We did have one class together back in middle school. I believe it was but we definitely hung out in two different crowds. I knew who she was. I knew people. She hung out with. But as far as communicating it was limited. Just passing in the hallways. So you interested in. Hang out with the same people right. She was friends with ashley rough back when we were in high school. And i wasn't really associated. With ashley bell just different circles. How well did you know ashley in doug to clarify is actually rough in ashley smith. The same person. Yes actually rough is her maiden name. So ashley now. Smith but at the time rough and i we were born theme month staying year same town so i have known her since we were probably about four years i went to school with her starting in elementary school all the way through twelfth grade. I felt bad for her growing up She came from a rough childhood. She had a difficult upbringing. She was always you know in and out of trouble small stupid stuff. Nothing huge but in trouble for lying for you. Knowing for mouthing off to teachers she was just someone that by what aware of and i felt bad for but i also stayed away from her son again. I i come from a very small town where everyone knows everyone. Everyone talks so everyone in my entire life. Being brought up her mom was referred to as crazy. Wendy stay away from crazy wendy my entire life. I was aware of who she was. We came in contact multiple times but we did not really hang out outside of school. Can you tell me about their past. Don't they both have extensive criminal records. Yes like i said. She had a rough upbringing. Doug on the other hand. He came from a nice home a nice family and from day. One he's been off. There was something wrong with him. He was never in school with us. He was always in school for troubled. Kids the troubles. He was getting into started back when he was kit. And it was serious trouble. He had rape allegations against him when he was younger. There was talk thing. You did to family members that he was never officially charged for but from day. One he's been a problem for that family one ashley and him got together. Which i believe was not too long after we graduated high school. Thinks she might have been about nineteen when they got together. That's when her criminal career really took off. They were involved in different thefts and there are some gun charges that they both have. She was charged a few times for falsifying legal documents. That i don't know the specifics of it. I just know. She does have that charge a few times on her record and when they got together. It was a very talk. That dangerous situation like a modern day bonnie inclined. They're not very intelligent people but they are intelligent when it comes to being a criminal so they know how to cover their tracks and they don't have jobs so they have all the time in the world to sit around and think of how to be one step ahead of the police. because that's all they. Do you know that their children were all removed from their homes back in two thousand eighteen. And they're not your everyday people who go to work and help out society in contribute. They live feel they cheat and and that's who they are as people see. That's definitely not a pretty picture. It sounds like a dangerous people absolutely and the fact that doug smith is a convicted sex offender an ashley rough knowing that chose to bring him into her home and have children with him not says a lot right there and so she has no regard for anyone besides herself and just like her mother they care about one thing only and that's themselves that's actually common with many criminals on for instance i saw the episode of. Id still a mystery episode that each this story. yeah. I am from what i understand. Law enforcement considers. The smith is the primary suspects in killing in dismembering. Trish do you agree with their assessment and believe they could be involved one hundred percent. There's no question in my mind. And something could be noted as that. Nobody besides ashley doug smith have ever been mentioned as the last people that trish was seen alive with any news. Article related to this story. Specifically mentioned doug and ashley smith. Furthermore the only places that have been searched in that investigation is directly related to doug. And ashley smith whether they lived to there whether they rented from there whether it was a place that they frequented every place that was search or that was part of that. Investigation was directly related to ashley. Doug smith have you spoken to either one of them lately. No the last time. That ashley and i had any conversation was believe this summer of two thousand and nineteen as she attempted to put a restraining order against me for slander About the page. I started and we did have a court date and everything was dropped because it was proved. I'm not slandering. i'm sharing public knowledge. sharing those news articles. So after that. I did back away from her. She's aware that tricia was reported missing. I was against her. That i felt she did something wrong. And that i felt that it was her fault trish with missing so she does not go out of her way to contact me. She really stays away from me. I do with her. Doug smith i do not have any contact with him. He's currently in prison at the moment on unrelated charges but we do not have contact He is someone who i would never have contact with on my own choice. I know doug is currently locked up. But what is ashley smith doing these days. I know she's living in the lebanon area. New hampshire still doesn't have a job Phil does not have any of her children. They are all either in foster care or in the state. They are not in her custody. She not working. She recently was dating a guy who was a little younger than her in that area and he actually reached out to me because.
Lakers Work Out Isaiah Thomas, Others in Search for More Depth
"Haynes. The Lakers recently worked out veteran guards Isaiah Thomas, Darren Collison. And Mike James, which point guard you believe would fit in best with the Lakers squad. I mean, I'll just throw a dart. It wouldn't be my James. I don't think Isaiah Thomas is a great story, but I would say Collison Probably based on size. Ah, a little defensive prowess age. I don't know. Yeah, kind of knows. Um, I mean, Mike James was the shooter saying, Do you want to go to the problem? If you're a girl go with Santa is to get you know either of them If if, because you missed that come up. I never laugh at that. This is because I wasn't. I'm trying to think about my game. I liked Mike James last year. He was actually pretty. He was. He was funny. That's your answer. I'm going to say, Mike game, all right. Let's see here.
The Creation Story of THRV With Founder & CEO Jay Haynes
"Jj haines has always been interested in tech just like his dad in nineteen seventy nine. His dad bought and brought home an apple two plus though he was using it for his business to do spreadsheets. Jay began writing code so he could play video games for free riding his games and basic. It's worth noting that this was back when you had to pay a quarter to play video game. His dad was a navy pilot and hobbyists sailplane flyer which j. flu as well even to thirty thousand feet in the air as he says he got grounded as soon as he got married and had four kids early in his career. J. got into finance and quickly became familiar with using debt to get equity returns however he was always interested in the core innovation of why customers buy new products and why they switch throughout his career his time at microsoft schooling start obliged etc. He found out that no one really had the secret sauce innovation. He started evaluating new ways to do it and came across the jobs to be done theory which became the foundation to what he's built. Today this is the creation story of thrive at thrive we build enterprise product management software for product teams are software is built from the ground up around methodology known as jobs to be done and jobs we don in its very simplest form. Is the idea that your customers are actually not buying your products. What they're doing is hiring it to get a job done. If you're on a product team and you want to create a product strategy and a product roadmap that is going to be successful. meaning it's going to generate more customers and it's gonna get customers to switch from your competitors to your product to build that kind of product strategy you should think about your markets in terms of the job. Then you're costumer is hiring your product to do rather than just your product in your features. We mentioned music before. Because i view on eight tracks cassettes cds. What's interesting about that. Market is a great example. Job done so the job. There is to create a mood with music. That's what we're doing whether you're using a record seedier streaming service or string quartet you're trying to create a mood with music and that job is the same. It's never gonna change. So the power of the method behind our software is it gives teams stable target to aim at and try and
" haynes" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"A personal and vested interest in the trish hayes case because this case is one hundred percent a perfect example of why we need laws law enforcement and punishment of removing those that are the most dangerous from society right cases. Very solvable it is. This is a case. Where dirtbag number one and number two trick. This woman and slaved her beat. Her starved her stole and spent the money. Our government determined this woman needed to survive because she had a legit disability and then when it was determined that trish hanes was murdered. People threatened those who would help police in this murder investigation. We live in a time when people want to defend the police to fund law enforcement. Trish hanes should be the poster child for why that is a bad idea. We need law enforcement led by a true general of law enforcement. These people are threatening witnesses. If you allow witnesses to be threatened scared off from doing the right thing well then why have law enforcement and all because these laws mean nothing. If you don't enforce them so is it that they just don't have enough to bring charges is it. That they're not working. The case hard enough are they looking at tricia individual that was on disability in just a less than an society. My opinion would be. I'm worried that the ag's office thinks that they have bigger fish to fry. And i think that couldn't be further from the truth. I think again this case is should be up. It's a prime example of why we need law and order you can't have people committing murder and then running around threatening anybody that knows anything about the case scare them off and so i just think that while at the police and local level..
Deputy who shot Black man appears to mistake phone for gun
"I'm Julie Walker body camera footage and nine one one audio appears to show a Virginia deputy mistook a cordless house phone held by a black man for a gun before the deputy shot him repeatedly yeah that's the deputy on body yeah and then one set of shots what led up to that this nine one one call from Isaiah brown but when nine one one asks if he has a gun on him he says no one you know when police showed up route was outside on his cordless house bound his brother who he threatened to kill inside it's unclear if the officer knew brown told nine one one he wasn't armed brown's attorney David Haynes says he's biting for his life now and the shooting was completely avoidable I'm Julie Walker
Pressure Builds Over Restrictive Voting Bills in Texas
"Prominent Texas corporations this week joined the call to protect voting rights, and that drew a verbal tirade from Governor Greg Abbott. We have American airlines, we have a TNT. We have a Dell computers away and others who have taken a position against the election law reforms we met in the state of Texas work, the C E O tzar of these companies and the leaders of these companies admitted. I had no idea what the Texas lost said, or whether Texas proposed law say before taking a position against it. They need to stay out of politics, especially when they have no clue what they're talking about. Grassroots opposition to these bills continues to grow on Thursday about 100 voting rights activists gathered outside the 18 T corporate headquarters in downtown Dallas. As Kate, You're raised. Christopher Connelly reports. It's part of a statewide campaign to pressure corporations to oppose Republican bills that would make it harder to vote. The activists want to send a message stand on the side of voting rights or be party to an ugly new chapter in Texas history. So why? No Pastor Freddie Haynes of French of West Baptist Church says Over the summer a TNT declared that black lives matter. But now the company's failing to support black people's right to vote right now. In Texas voter suppression is going on in the name of voter integrity, but all of us ain't fallen for the okey doke because we recognize It has ugly Route A TNT released a statement saying the right to vote is sacred and calling it the single best way to ensure everyone's voice is heard. It didn't mention the sweeping GOP bills, which would limit early voting band drive through voting and make it a crime to proactively send out vote by mail applications. Jane Hamilton is from the Barbara Jordan Leadership Institute. This is not a time for any corporation to sit on the sideline for Worth based American Airlines and round Rock based Dell Technologies have opposed the legislation. If the activists have their way. Morte, CSIS companies will follow suit. I'm
Dallas pastor among those rallying in favor of George Floyd Act in Texas
"Groups across Texas, a rallying and Austin and support of the George Floyd Act, which is being discussed in a committee hearing this week. We have come to Austin, Texas. Honor the legacy of George Floyd and say to George Floyd, a native Texan. Your death is not in vain. Pastor Freddie Haynes with Friendship West Church West Baptist Church in Dallas, says the legislation is long overdue. It would ban choke holds and in arrests over Class C misdemeanors, a typically bring fines. Floyd died last year in Minneapolis police custody.
Senate Confirms Avril Haines As Director Of National Intelligence
"Avril Haines is director of National Intelligence 84 Senators voted to confirm Haynes 10 voted against all of them Republicans. Haynes was President Barack Obama's top lawyer on the National Security Council, from 2010 to 2013 and CIA deputy director from 2013 to 2015, where she authorized using drone strikes to carry out extrajudicial assassinations. Meanwhile, the House of
Senate confirms Biden's first Cabinet nominee
"The U. S. Senate democratically controlled. Its first act was a confirmation hours after President Biden took office. The Senate confirmed his first Cabinet member on this vote. The ayes are 84. The nays are 10. Nomination is confirmed. Former deputy CIA director Averil Haynes is the president's director of national intelligence overseeing her former agency as well as the rest of the nation's intelligence community. Her nomination had been blocked by Arkansas Republican Tom Cotton. Missouri Republican Josh Holly is holding up Homeland security nominee Alejandro Mayorkas nomination over Biden's immigration plans. Jennifer KING Washington, Massachusetts
Senate confirms Biden's first Cabinet nominee
"President Biden Kip have much of a Cabinet meeting. Yet the hours after he was sworn in the Senate confirmed his first nominee, director of national intelligence, Several Haynes getting bipartisan supports on this vote. The ayes are 84. The nays are 10. Nomination is confirmed. Several other Biden nominees had hearings Tuesday. One. The defense secretary nominee also needs a waiver from the full Congress to be allowed to serve because he hasn't been retired from the military. The required seven
Senate confirms Biden 1st Cabinet pick as Democrats control
"The U. S. Senate split fifty fifty is under the control of Democrats in its first tactic confirm president Biden's first cabinet member hours after president Biden took the oath of office the Senate confirmed his first cabinet member on this vote the yeas are eighty four the nays are ten the nomination is confirmed former deputy CIA director Averell Haynes is the president's director of national intelligence overseeing her former agency as well as the rest of the nation's intelligence community her nomination had been temporarily blocked by Oklahoma Republican Tom cotton Missouri Republican Josh Hawley is holding up homeland security nominee Alejandro my Yorkers nomination over Biden's immigration plans to acquire Washington
Senate confirms Avril Haines as director of national intelligence
"The Senate has confirmed Averil Haynes's president, Biden's director of national intelligence, She's the first Cabinet level nominee approved in the new administration. She also happens to be the first woman to serve in the role of Deanna. She was confirmed with a vote of 84 to
Biden press secretary holds first briefing; spy chief nominee clears Senate
"Vote of 84 to 10, the Senate confirmed April Haynes Service director of national intelligence. She'll be the first female spy chief and is the first Senate confirmed appointment of Biden. Just concluding the first White House news briefing by Biden Press secretary Jen Psaki. Opening with these remarks. Rebuilding trust with the American people will be central to our focus in the press office and in the White House sake outline the executive orders President Biden Sign today. Plus to
Biden DNI pick says no room for politics in intel agencies
"A day before he takes office president elect Biden speaks for key national security spots are having confirmation hearings the past four years there's been repeated pressure on officials to shape intelligence to the president's lighting on her watch leading the intelligence community Averell Haynes says that would end when it comes to intelligence there is simply no place for politics ever he is expected to be confirmed as the nation's first female intelligence chief later today Biden speaks to head the state and defense departments will have their hearings including recently retired general Lloyd Austin who would beat a waiver to lead the Pentagon since he's only been out of uniform for years defense secretaries are typically confirmed by inauguration day the last time a new president did not have his pick in place then the first President Bush thirty two years ago Sager mag ani Washington
Senate starting confirmation hearings for Biden's cabinet nominees
"Biden takes over as president. Five Cabinet nominees were the Senate for confirmation hearings, including secretaries of state defense and Homeland Security, and Janet Yellen is in line to be Treasury secretary. She just told senators they need to pass more covert relief will face questions about the economy during the pandemic. Progressives have questions for yelling about oversight. Of Wall Street. Also today, a confirmation hearing for Averil Hain, she is the nominee to become director of National intelligence. Haynes faces questions about rebuilding trust in the intelligence community. Fox's
Senate Begins Biden Cabinet Confirmation Hearings
"Hearings on President elect Joe Biden's Cabinet Cabinet nominees, nominees, and and it it could could be be anything anything but but smooth smooth sailing sailing for for some some of of them. them. Which Which means means most most will will likely likely not not be be confirmed confirmed by by Inauguration Inauguration Day Day tomorrow. tomorrow. Joining Joining us us live live to to talk more about it. Washington Post National security reporter Karen Emergen Karen Great to have you here on w T o P, which nominees are getting hearings today? And why is this process so delayed? Well, you've got spiders, you said. So it's the nominee for director of National intelligence. Averil Han's secretary of state Tony Blinken, Defense secretary nominee Lloyd Austin, Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen and Homeland Security secretary nominee of 100 My carcass. Look, this is there's a huge number of reasons for why this is more delayed everything from the Georgia Senate races not making clear who was going to control the Senate to the right of the capital, creating delays to the upcoming the deal to work out the terms of the upcoming impeachment trial to your standard partisan gridlock that his, you know, infected all parts of DC for years now. And so what you've got is a situation where they're trying to cram in all these hearings before Inauguration Day in the hopes that maybe they can do all the procedural stuff that they have to do to actually get some of those confirmations through the floor. It's looking slimmer and slimmer like that. It's possible that any of these will actually happen on day one, even though the Haynes intelligence and yelling at Treasury nominations are really not contentious at all. I think that you may see some of them happening this week, but I think we already know that people like um, Lincoln's nomination I'm gonna pushed up to next week. Austin needs a waiver to actually be able to be defense secretary because he hasn't been out of uniform for the required seven years. So that's probably take a while. And there's um There's potentially going to be some objections from Republicans to the DHS secretary nominee, So it's you know, a gesture of moving forward and trying to hustle, but it's not necessarily gonna get them to the finish line. Um, by day one, which is standard really, for a president to have at least some of his national security team in place at the get Go. Sure, so so what can this mean for the Biden administration having these delays and not having the personnel in place? In the way that other administrations have with when they have started. What could this mean for him? You know, really getting his agenda going as early as he wants. Well, we're not talking about a delay of forever, and we're not talking about killing these nominations, so probably we're talking about adding, you know a delay of about a week ago at tops to some of these may be slightly more with with others. But just generally speaking, it's not the white the foot that they want to start out on its slows things down. There are competent career officials in places the acting secretaries for the duration it takes to actually get the people confirmed. But you know if I didn't want to come in to make a splash and and have this agenda that would say from day one he was going to correct so the ills of the Trump administration and he's slightly him strong and slightly delayed, So it's more of a You know, presuming nothing terrible happens in the next week, In which case it's a different story, right? But presuming that things are fairly common. The world. Um it's just a psychological impediment for getting going and and promising a new era, which is what he tracked do during the campaign, and they're after. But as we've seen the last few months have been hamstrung with all kinds of delays and slow down and and political arguments that have hampered that. So this is kind of just, you know, if you can't just snap your fingers and have everything change on Inauguration day, and this is more evidence of that. Karen, Thanks so much. We appreciate it. Thank you. Karen Emergent of the Washington Post. Let's get a look at Wall Street. Jeff Klee bomb
" haynes" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"Our state plan as we have updated and made changes that are really specific to what we want to happen or what we want to have happen in our life. So if this long range planning to you in any way feels like wrestling a giant octopus that you just can't get your arms off. Her head around I hope today's conversation will help you lean into that a little bit better and figure out a plan for you and your family. So Steven. I want to tell a little bit more about who you are and what you do, and then we're going to go ahead and start off on the show. So Stephen Haynes is an attorney with Davis law group. He's in Chesapeake, Virginia. So really close and local to me here, but they don't work all throughout the state of Virginia and even Beyond as well let him talk with you about but he really focuses on a state planning commercial real estate business set up in succession planning and then a lot of emphasis on Elder Law, and so with that comprehensive perspective that really brings a unique flavor to understanding what the estate planning needs are and I just really love student how you talk about your families a huge motivator to get you and just really feeling that every person's estate plan is really their story. And so that's what I'm going to share about you today. I'll let you tell the rest of the details, but thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you God. So student, let's go ahead and just start off. Tell us. How did you get into a state planning in the first place? What's your back story? That's a great question. So I started in the law kind of as a happenstance. So I'm still not sure why I'm going to an attorney to you know today. So I went to law school to study about something called a benefit corporation which is kind of a hybrid non-profit for-profit entity with the idea that you can do good with business. What I found is the family is one of the more foundational organizations that can make an impact on future generations and most of those families that are setting up those mature plans actually run businesses as well. So where better to start than the family to make an impact on the business and then make it impact and future Generations their estate planning. Oh that is wonderfully said, I think I mean I don't want to cut you off here cuz you're on a roll but it's the idea that I mean we can think in terms of giant dead. Things we can think of the whole world. I mean there's even that quote. I tried to change the world. I couldn't so I try to change my country. I couldn't I tried to change my state but I couldn't I try to change, you know everything and it keeps getting smaller and smaller till finally you say I changed myself and that was how I had the impact on the greater world and I think really the family is that just that small Corps unit that you have the most impact and influence on that has a potential across the world. I love that you showed that. Yeah, and that's really weird originated was like most.
" haynes" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"Stephen Haynes want to tell you a little bit about this show, but first, good morning Bruce. Morning, Rachel. I think people are going to understand how much we value a state planning. Oh, yeah, because it's been a topic of conversation lately and one of the main reasons, I think it needs to be a topic of conversation cuz unfortunately it is on top of people's minds right now because of covet, you know, we've had many people reach out and say, you know, I I really need to do something about this as kind of Awakened me to what the possibilities are. And so I want to get things in order and so this is why we're kind of focusing on this going forward. Absolutely and also good morning Stephen welcome to the show today morning Rachel and Bruce. Thanks for having me on and I really appreciate the opportunity to talk with you guys today. Awesome..
" haynes" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Four seventy Haynes with more on a life of ninety four year old sister Josephine seer who tested positive after her death on Friday the school sisters of St Francis said sister Josephine was a member for seventy nine years and served as a homemaker at convents in Wisconsin Illinois and Iowa the administrator of the convent says for many weeks they have been working with state and local health officials to protect the sisters and the staff a spokesperson says all sisters were tested within the past six days but cannot reveal how many or positive sister Josephine funeral will be live streamed on Wednesday those cuts and Supreme Court takes up the Republican challenge to governor even safer at home extension tomorrow the court accepting the case Friday all but one justice agreeing to hear it Republicans filed the suit last week saying that the state department of health services exceeded constitutional authority when issuing that extension if the high court rules in favor of the GOP lawmakers and governor Tony Evers will have six days to come up with the safer at home alternative plan meanwhile the Supreme Court entering new territory set to hear oral arguments remotely via telephone conference for the first time one case on the docket president trump's appeal of subpoenas after his financial records this is a Supreme Court that by tradition has resisted any efforts to open it up to the general public these are justices were gonna be dialing in from home most of these just as are over the age of sixty five so they're not particularly savvy with technology so how this goes down on their end of things technologically could in large part dictate whether this keeps going all of them are going to be dialing in separately they're going to be in their homes for an isolated group now even more isolated it's going to be extraordinary to hear how the justices respond to that situation as a B. C.'s Devin Dwyer reporting a consortium of African American owned businesses hoping to use social media to stay afloat during the pandemic TMG force Toni Atkins has more at ease at Smith runs confection it really yours a bakery out of the Sherman Phoenix I never imagined that with that we would experience a crash you can join in on the campaign by committing to buy from at least one black owned business a week then post a picture tagging the business you went to along with the hashtag all in hopes that word of mouth could lead to the shot in the arm some small businesses desperately need the campaign put together by the impact movement a ministry based nonprofit working to aid communities of color the cancellation or postponement of sixty nine events in Milwaukee because of the pandemic could mean fifty two million dollars lost in the local economy some of that will be felt at hotels the greater Milwaukee hotel and lodging association president Colin Walsh tells TMJ four news of all events are canceled that means a loss of sixty seven thousand room nights when hotels in in in watching them just make up the bulk of the revenue wall chance it won't just.
" haynes" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Hello I'm Marty Haynes assessor property throughout this race of campaign on my merits the promises I've kept in my record as assessor of property I'm running on accomplishments our reputation in my record of service to Hamilton County it's an honor to be your assessor of property and I'll continue to do so to the best of my ability I'm Marty Haynes and I'd sure appreciate your vote this Tuesday A. for by the committee to elect Marty Haynes sat cutters and treasurer hello I'm Randy Fairbanks and there's one big difference between me and my opponent a set for property Marty hangs black most of you I'm a property owner and I pay taxes Morty hangs doesn't own property in Hamilton County that matters because it's important to trust that the person doing our tax assessments understands everything we have to deal with as a property owner and that only comes from owning property it's no wonder Marty has lost touch with the taxpayers as a CPA for thirty two years people have trusted me with their taxes and business account as a county commissioner for the past six years and his commission chairman for two years I've earned a reputation as a proven thirty who watches over our tax dollars with your vote I promised to bring a much needed level of professionalism these sensors off boat Randy Fairbanks assessor of property Republican primary March third pay for by the committee to elect Randy Fairbanks Lauren Preston breaks six fifty W. G. O. W. it's open line Friday and I want to get started on the phones this is Dylan Mercersburg Pennsylvania great to have you bill hi hi rich happy Friday to you Sir thank you Sir Hey yesterday you were pretty excited about going on about the common cold as they put it with all these other reporters mentioning here and all their stories and I have an answer for you because you didn't understand why like a copy and all these other reporters from CNN MSNBC your stand why they do it but I'll be here soon to hear your theory Walmart thoughts on this OR they have less than six hundred thousand viewers at one time all the way down to zero you mentioned them their report that they have done is now instantly got over twenty million people here and their name and number what they're reporting you know songwriters wrong no you're not wrong bill his on to something here and in fact in fact this is exactly why I don't play audio clips of P. M. S. N. B. C. Y. promote these people there is that I I there is validity to this point it's not the only reason and it's not the big grease but it is a reason that they called me out is that they hope I would respond and mention name and maybe even play the sound bite of them saying on this program so that they'll have exposure to an even larger audience than our own little Podunk little audiences they have on cable news but I guess the top reason why they do is because I'm the only one initially who says what I say and it's all ways at variance with the points they want to make and it's always about attacking the credibility of affected opponents of theirs and that is the that that's that's the primary reason but but bill here is right it's.
" haynes" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"With me today is Curtis Haynes the Houston multi family mentor Curtis we're talking about the the fear for older people to get invested in this program to do something differently interesting to me over the last twenty five years it has held solid that sixty percent of our members are referrals so yeah you get maybe twenty thirty percent from the radio sixty percent from referrals and then maybe another ten percent from the internet and you know people looking stuff up but my question to you is you take a guy like the gentleman that I spoke with yesterday and he not only joined up but he got his son to join up in two of his daughters to join up and his best friend to join up and my question is because you made this point earlier and I'm just playing off for the point that it takes some giant stick you were calling to get these really type B. personalities to get going what is it that spurs why is the referral it's so much easier leap than just any other way you know what what is it that and the reason I'm getting this because where I'm going with that I want to take down the slide a let let you have the lead in to where I'm going is how do we get more people dad you don't have a hands on person that they know that it's already succeeded how to get more people to overcome that fear so we'll start with the first question though which is what is it that makes a referral so much better yet the real good point though so with a carrot and a stick with referrals it's really more about having a bigger carrot that gets the referrals to be able to make a move than the actual stick it in overhead so referrals make the reward the carrot more believable and that was a really big factor for me in.
" haynes" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Today is courageous Haynes the Houston multi family mentor Curtis we're talking about the the fear for older people to get invested in this program to do something differently interesting to me over the last twenty five years it has held solid that sixty percent of our members are referrals so yeah you get maybe twenty thirty percent from the radio sixty percent from referrals and then maybe another ten percent from the internet and you know people look at stuff up but my question to you is you take a guy like the gentleman that I spoke with yesterday and he not only joined up but he got his son to join up in two of his daughters to join up and his best friend to join up and my question is because you made this point earlier and I'm just playing off of the point that it takes some giant stick you were calling to get these really type B. personalities to get going what is it that spurs why is the referral it's so much easier leap than just any other way you know what what is it that and the reason I'm getting this because where I'm going with that I want to take down the slide a let let you have the lead in to where I'm going is how do we get more people dad don't have a hands on person that they know that's already succeeded how to get more people to overcome that fear so we'll start with the first question though which is what is it that makes a referral so much better yet the real good point though so with a carrot and a stick with referrals it's really more about having a bigger carrot that gets the referrals to be able to make a move than the actual stick it in overhead so referrals make the reward the carrot more believable and that was a really big factor for me in.
" haynes" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast
"Podcast covers films of the nineteen eighties. It is called around the world in eighties movies and you can find that link at my website today. I'm going to be looking at a film that that is a it's a drama. That's out there and I suppose it is something thing that may get some awards consideration. It's called dark waters. It is a film starring Mark Ruffalo a PG thirteen rated film does have thematic content some disturbing images and strong language. The run time is two hours and six minutes and had the way Tim Robbins. Bill Camp Victor Garber and Bill Pullman are also in the film director Todd Haynes and screenplay credited to Matthew Michael Carnahan and Mario Korea dark waters is a film that is based on a true story in that tree stories about this corporate lawyer who ends up taking on a big corporation Dupont chemical on the origin of the screenplay came from a this nathaniel rich expose on Attorney Rob Billet that was published in The New York Times magazine in January of Twenty Sixteen. That article article was entitled the lawyer. Who became Dupont's worst nightmare? So I guess from that you can imagine where this is going to go as far as the film. This is a story. Yeah about a crusading corporate attorney. Who Ends up going back to his hometown to take on the polluters who were destroying it obviously Dupont being the polluters in this film? Mark Ruffalo. He's an actor. He's also an environmental activist. He read this article and he thought he would make for a compelling movie he optioned the rights and he serves us as a producer for the project while Mark Ruffalo who has a connection with bio-pic surrounding the dupont family. He played the older brother in Foxcatcher that it came out in two thousand fourteen. He ended up approaching. Todd Haynes director with a rough draft script from Matthew Michael Carnahan that was back in two thousand seventeen. He hoped that Todd Haynes would direct. The film Hanes was stunned by the story. He actually was very compelled but he wasn't sure that he was the right fit for it at that time and he only had a small window into a availability for Ruffalo to get the film made before he was due for his next project and really canes cannot give the time necessary at that point to make could a viable effort. Hayes is very well respected. autour films he is kind of an odd choice for this material. If you look at his body of work his experience in films Mrs historically been on a decidedly different path but after a year more had passed and Ruffalo came back to ask again hanes ended up reconsidering in the ended taking on the project. He did feel that. It was timely and essential given the current political environment of valuing profits over people's personal personal health so when Ruffalo enhanced got together they felt that the story could actually use a little bit more depth to make things additionally compelling beyond just the essentials souls of the main story Carnahan these screenwriter had already moved on to write and actually he would direct his next project and he became unavailable. So Todd Haynes brought in another screenwriter called Mario Korea he had not worked with him before but had heard good things and read some good things he wanted him to make some significant revisions to the script script that he and Ruffalo had so Ruffalo. Hanes and Korea ended up wanting to fill in the blanks in the story. They went out to meet many of the people who are affected by the case ace in Parkersburg West Virginia and also in Cincinnati Ohio in meeting billet and his wife Sarah the real billet in their home in Cincinnati they. They discovered that he had an overwhelming sense of fear of loneliness and of a lot of detriment to his overall marriage all of which made it a hardship for him to continuing eighteen. You in his case with Dupont beyond the uncertainty of prevailing the people of Parkersburg West Virginia that involved themselves they were willing to fill in more of those blanks. They became became advisors too dark waters and story development and some Parkersburg residents in fact played extras within the film and that included scenes in which the the actors portraying them where actually in the same scene as those extras in hearing the stories of the residents of Parkersburg firsthand. The filmmakers makers decided that there was more of a human element to the case in the initial draft script was not covering and they began to do some revisions to emphasize a much more personal story instead of it just being seeking money from polluter you know. This wasn't just a health cost to a town but it was also a personal toll to the man who made helping the people people of Parkersburg Crusade at that point Du Pont. The corporation was asked to participate in the film as well but still they of course declined so. The filmmakers ended up relying on public records and documents that the PARKERSBURG citizens had in their possession and also their eyewitness accounts that ended up representing wanting Dupont's viewpoint in absentia and like so many other corporations Dupont tries to abide by some form of self-regulation. However you know when you have money coming in by the billions the desire to stop the gravy train just because there might be some people that could possibly be poisoned and some some of those may actually be working for them and also their families began to wane in favour of running up as much profit as possible until somebody makes you stop? I guess billets crusade against Dupont really is not a natural adaptation to the screen. The details of the key spent decades. It starts off in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and then we ended up proceeding forward for for the following fifteen years or so it also is not one where a victory against dupont would lend to a feel good ending because of the nature of this case. It's hard to rejoice while while you're watching someone dying of cancer that they received a monetary settlement for a couple of million dollars where they're not going to be able to actually enjoy it against this company. That is still all making billions on the very chemicals that are making them sick in its way. Dark waters bill himself. It's not trying for flash or grandstanding grandstanding. But it's willing to do all of these seemingly thankless grunt work necessary to make sure the job gets done efficiently and to help those who need someone to give them a voice mark. Ruffalo gives a deliberately dry restrained performance as raw billet the attorney working for a successful conservative minded. Cincinnati based firm of corporate lawyers. Every step of the way smacks of reluctance to ends up holding bill. It back buddy stronger conscience drives him forward. He has skills for protecting corporations. They're put to the test after this cattle farmer from his small hometown in West Virginia ends up approaching him one day. The farmer employs him to look into why his livestock doc is diseased and their offspring. Born with severe congenital disabilities also. He and his family might be getting cancer to their exposure to what was going on there as well. The farm happens to be near where the biggest employer in the area. Dupont has been dumping their chemicals and he feels that the polluted the nearby waterways in has caused a lot of harm to those cattle and also to the people exposed to the runoff so bill in his firm and they would typically defend corporation like coupon in this instance but because this case is hitting close to home for billet literally here his hometown of Parkersburg. Virginia he ends up being more intrigued. In what's worse bill discovers is that the product that to pont has dumped that is making Parkersburg. Sick is unregulated by the EPA. This is something that was not on the list of banned chemicals. So the end up making cookware with that chemical that might actually be doing its damage also to the rest of the world who are ingesting traces of it every day. The cookware that the US is coated with it and that chemical was used to be the wildly popular nonstick substance known as Teflon on the dark waters falls under the sub-genre of other whistle blower films. You think of Silkwood the insider Erin Brockovich the closer to the truth getting out the more. The stranglehold is placed on the person who's doing the sniffing around by those with power. The story is very similar in form to those told before. But you know these stories. Continue to come come out and that's primarily because I guess a lot of people still haven't got the message and especially those corporations and in this film you know. Many of the victims are not on billets outside against taking on this Goliath that is actually doing them harm the people of the town. Who are the victims of the purported poisoning are willing to take the risk with their own allies because they depend on those very jobs that dupont is offering them you know.
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