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Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 21 hrs ago

Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

"Ilhan, we've talked about the danger of a landlocked Ukraine. Let's talk about our actions to date. I've said $40 billion worth of aid doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of cash to Kyiv, especially when it has line items for $7 billion for the State Department and undisclosed amount of money for the CIA. That doesn't look like a to Kyiv, having spoken to cramming knowledge with people who've worked in the Ukraine, what they need is what is zelensky's calling for, which is weapons, which is weaponry, ammunition, wheeled vehicles to move their troops and also training of their reserves in safe locales like the Baltics and Poland. Will you give us your assessment of the west on blocks response to this war in the last three months? Right. Well, I mean, there's a lot there to unpack. But listen, I think generally I'm positive on the western response. I do have some of the same misgivings as you, which is because our politics I may say charitably have become intolerably stupid. Not ours. America's not ours, America's politics. D.C.'s. There is this false equation that if you somehow question the line items in the $40 billion that you are not your put inside. Putin side or you're somehow not supportive enough of Ukraine. But the more nuanced argument is, I firmly believe sunlight is the best disinfectant. I want to see what's sort of what is allocated, whether it's actually going to be useful to Ukraine. And accountability. Absolutely. But can I just flip on that? That's stupid politics. There's also the flip side of that, that if you're pro as we are supporting what I see is Ukraine 1776. Suddenly you're an interventionist neocon. That's

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Ilan Berman Describes Why Russia 'Needs' Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:27 sec | 21 hrs ago

Ilan Berman Describes Why Russia 'Needs' Ukraine

"And there's really not a lot of understanding about why Russia cares so much about Ukraine. Why Ukraine really occupies why Ukraine is as the kids say living rent free and Vladimir Putin's head. But the reason is because Ukraine is the wellspring from which the Russian imperial impulse sprang. Without Ukraine, without Kievan Rus', there's no Russian Empire. So you can not be a new Russian Empire without subjugating Ukraine

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Ilan Berman and Sebastian Dissect the Ongoing Russia-Ukraine War

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 21 hrs ago

Ilan Berman and Sebastian Dissect the Ongoing Russia-Ukraine War

Ilan Berman: Sanctioned by Russia

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:05 min | 21 hrs ago

Ilan Berman: Sanctioned by Russia

"He's the senior vice president of the American foreign policy council. Ilan bahman, welcome to America first. Oh, thanks for good to be back. So you've changed your bio on Twitter. There's a new line at the end of it. There is. Sanctioned by Russia. The land Berman sanctioned by Russia. There are quite a few of us have been, but I'm jealous now. I would like to be sexy. Okay, guys, put the tweet up on the screen. I received this from Ilan on Saturday. Quote, there's nothing quite like wicking up on a Saturday morning and finding out you've been sanctioned by the Russian government. Quote, I finally made it, guys. Little old Ilhan Berman, what did you do? Well, would you like to take back the Crimea single handedly? What did you do? Well, so as they say in business, you haven't really arrived until somebody sued you. So I feel like in politics, this is sort of a proof of concept that the work that I've been doing for years and you and I have talked about this a lot on Russian politics, Russian demographics, Russian neo imperialism. The right people are taking

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Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

"As as as as New New New New York York York York recovers recovers recovers recovers from from from from the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic so so so so are are are are the the the the city's city's city's city's rats rats rats rats in in in in numbers numbers numbers numbers that that that that health health health health department department department department data data data data suggest suggest suggest suggest could could could could be be be be the the the the highest highest highest highest in in in in at at at at least least least least a a a a decade decade decade decade so so so far far far this this this year year year people people people have have have called called called in in in what what what could could could be be be a a a record record record number number number of of of rat rat rat sightings sightings sightings some some some seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand four four four hundred hundred hundred that's that's that's nearly nearly nearly two two two thirds thirds thirds more more more than than than right right right before before before the the the start start start of of of the the the call call call the the the outbreak outbreak outbreak Richard Richard Richard Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds runs runs runs a a a group group group that that that uses uses uses dogs dogs dogs to to to hunt hunt hunt for for for rats rats rats what what what happened happened happened during during during the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic was was was that that that your your your restaurant restaurant restaurant shut shut shut down down down he he he says says says the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic force force force rodents rodents rodents to to to scrounge scrounge scrounge for for for food food food out out out in in in the the the open open open waiting waiting waiting outside outside outside guiding guiding guiding came came came along along along there there there was was was food food food again again again but but but you've you've you've got got got some some some hungry hungry hungry rats rats rats and and and they're they're they're going going going to to to come come come right right right up up up on on on your your your dinner dinner dinner table table table and and and get get get it it it as as as part part part of of of its its its war war war on on on the the the pesky pesky pesky Berman Berman Berman the the the city city city plans plans plans to to to install install install padlock padlock padlock garbage garbage garbage bins bins bins and and and sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks to to to drop drop drop the the the rodents rodents rodents back back back into into into the the the shadows shadows shadows barbecue barbecue barbecue no no no call call call upon upon upon New New New York York York

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What Is the Real Russian Problem?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

What Is the Real Russian Problem?

"Now here's a different analysis, I would call it an historical analysis that's coming from Paul Berman, was one of the more astute students of American foreign policy. You wrote some very interesting things about Islamic radicalism, a 9 11. And he broke with kind of liberal orthodoxy. He's writing as a liberal, but as a kind of a tough minded liberal about a radical Islam. Now here's Paul Berman talking about and he says, what is the Russian problem? This is an article by the way in the magazine called foreign policy put out by the brookings institution. It's called the intellectual catastrophe of Vladimir Putin. A little bit of a misleading title because we're not actually talking about just Putin himself. We're talking about the position in which the Russian leaders find themselves. And what bartman says is that the Russians have been facing a problem for a long time. In fact, going back to the 19th century. What's the problem? Well, they have a great history. They have a great culture and a great literature. And they also have an incredibly vast country, one of the biggest countries in the world. And so one would expect that based upon Russian size and Russian past glory. And also the sophistication of Russian culture, the Russians are very good at allot of different things. From music to chess, bartman says, you would expect the Russians to have formed a kind of successful government, a stable political system to match. Or to go along with. There are other achievements, but they sort of never have. And he goes back to the 19th century to say that even under the Tsar is Russia had created this kind of medieval aristocracy, this kind of empire, but an empire based upon mass serfdom. That was technologically quite backward, even though it was culturally quite advanced.

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Talking Geopolitical Culpability With Ilan Berman

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Talking Geopolitical Culpability With Ilan Berman

"What is the real culpability for the west in terms of the Ukraine being where it is after the Budapest memorandum whereby they gave up their nuclear weapons in exchange for promises, quasi security promises that they would be safe because if Ukrainian nuclear weapons today, they would have been no invasion. So let's talk the truth about the geopolitical culpability here. That's right. Well, and remember, this is the immediate post Soviet collapse era. There was an attempt on the part of the United States and everybody else to try to keep a lid on what could have become a later did become in the former Yugoslavia, right? A very sort of factional sort of geopolitical realignment. And the sort of the compact that was made was that Ukraine would give up nuclear weapons. But by the way, not just give up, but give up back to Russia. Yes, nuclear weapons. In exchange for Russian guarantees that they would protect the sanctity of Ukrainian sovereign territory, which by the way, I think is useful to point out because now nobody talks about it. Everyone talks about we promised them. Was with Russia as well. That's right. And Russia promised that Russia at that time recognized Ukraine as an independent state, Russia at that time guaranteed to Ukraine that it would not engage in belligerence against Ukraine. Vladimir Putin simply doesn't read those parts of the memorandum when he goes on TV. And what we did was we created reciprocal guarantees that said that we, because Ukraine was very objectively becoming weaker by giving up these nuclear weapons that we would step in if there was ever a clash like this. Without them being a member of NATO article 5 protections. That's right. So now what you find is you find the Ukrainian leadership, president zelensky, his compatriots and Kyiv are sort of caught between a rock and a hard place. They're caught between a Russia that very clearly is going back on the terms of the Budapest

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Putin's Real Game Plan With Ilan Berman

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Putin's Real Game Plan With Ilan Berman

"Me ask you this. Did you expect this to be here so quickly 14 months into this administration with knowing what you know about Putin? Well, it's interesting because Putin the grievance that Putin is acting on now is a long-standing one. Yes. I mean, what I think most people don't quite understand is Putin as viewed from Moscow sees the end of the Cold War, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the post Cold War position of Russia as inherently unfair. Putin sees Russia as a great power. So he's a social justice warrior because it's unfair. SJW. SJW out there. Not quite that good. But he thinks that what you're looking at is a situation where the zone of freedom, zone of European freedom is expanding. The zone of Russian influence is contracting. The way I like to explain it is he feels like he's in a box and he's constantly pushing against the corners of the box to see whether there's give, whether there's an ability to change Russian foreign policy to advantage Moscow and disadvantage Brussels and London and everybody else. I love the way you phrase that. The box of European freedom is expanding, which for him is a bad thing because let's be clear he may sell this vision to the American to the Russian people that NATO's coming and they're going to invade and they've already encircled us, but the real threat to him is the expansion of the concept of freedom and democracy into Russia. Is it not England? No, no, that's precisely right. And that's why I think it's actually it's necessary to sort of drill down a little bit and explain what he believes, because our Friends, when they talk about Russia, they look at Vladimir Putin, he's an unreconstructed KGB agent. He rose up through the ranks to positions of leadership in the Soviet Union. And so they immediately default to the idea that, oh, he just wants to recreate the Soviet Union. But if you look at what he's been saying lately, that's actually not the case. It's bigger. It's bigger and it's older. Because what he's talking about, what he talked about in his February 21st speech before the invasion, what he talked about in his February 24th speech right after the invasion, he's talking about the fact that the Soviet Union made a lot of mistakes. And they made

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Who Is Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council?

"For those who haven't heard our earlier discussions here on America first, will you just give them the potted introduction who Ilhan is and what the FPC does. Sure. So AFC is a think tank. Everything tank has an area of focus. We spend a lot of time working with Congress because candidly, ideas begin in very few places. And members of Congress need cutting edge accurate sort of impactful information about what's going on around the world. So we have a stable of experts that cover everything from Iran to Russia, to radical Islam, to China, to China, space, and the goal here is to inform policy to help them craft better policy, but more than anything else. It's to sort of to amplify the efforts of policymakers who are trying to defend American national security, promote American foreign policy interests. And your family background, where do you hail from originally? Well, all over, but my parents were Soviet refused next, right? So explain that to him for those who are Cold War warriors like me, what was a refuse neck. Right. So I refused it was someone who usually Jewish as my family is, but not only, but a refusal was somebody who during the Soviet Union for whatever reason for political purposes for religious freedom purposes applied to exit the Soviet Union and they were denied. And they were essentially made non people. They weren't allowed to have party affiliation. There weren't allowed to work in certain jobs, and only through the pressure of the United States government, including people like senator Henry Jackson, there was enough pressure that was placed on the Soviet Union that the Soviets opened up the doors and allowed refuse, including pretty significant wave of Jewish refusing to

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CNN's Miguel Marquez Doesn't Know What Freedom Is

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 3 months ago

CNN's Miguel Marquez Doesn't Know What Freedom Is

"Here's their senior national correspondent. Miguel Marquez talking to CNN's John Berman listened very carefully to what CNN's senior national correspondent says about living free in the United States. This has devolved from sort of vaccine mandate concerns to general mandate to concerns to just anger at the government here and feeding on a lot of that sort of anger that we see in the U.S. and around the world from the far right. And concerns about sort of too many government restrictions and they want their freedom back whatever that means. John. They want their freedom back. Whatever that means. You're right. You don't know what freedom is, pal, you'd be real happy being and that's the left. That's the left. They are absolutely satisfied with being told how to live every aspect of their life.

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DA releases report on killing Robert Durst's first wife

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 4 months ago

DA releases report on killing Robert Durst's first wife

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Robert Durst, New York real estate heir convicted of murder, dead at 78

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Robert Durst, New York real estate heir convicted of murder, dead at 78

"Wealthy wealthy New New York York real real estate estate heir heir and and convicted convicted murderer murderer Robert Robert Durst Durst has has died died in in California California he he was was seventy seventy eight eight Durst Durst was was suspected suspected for for years years of of killing killing those those around around him him including including his his wife wife Cathy Cathy and and a a friend friend Susan Susan Berman Berman he he was was on on trial trial for for Berman's Berman's death death last last year year questioned questioned by by prosecutor prosecutor John John Lewis Lewis you you repeatedly repeatedly admitted admitted that that if if you you had had killed killed either either Kathy Kathy or or shoes shoes or or both both of of them them you you would would never never

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By CNN Reporter John Berman's Definition, AOC Must Be Unvaccinated!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

By CNN Reporter John Berman's Definition, AOC Must Be Unvaccinated!

"This is John Berman, who I guess suddenly is head of virology at Johns Hopkins, not some more on at CNN cut four play cut. By and large, it's the unvaccinated who aren't wearing masks. It's the unvaccinated who aren't social distancing. It's the unvaccinated going to crowded indoor events there. And so there's this bizarre irony here that the ones who are behaving are being told to behave ten times more so. What's idle are? The bizarre IRA. Isn't he like a TV host? I don't know. Anyway, how does he know that it's the unvaccinated going to buzz? Is he like a mentalist? I guess he also presumes the AOC isn't vaccinated because she was just in Florida with me. I didn't run into her, but she was there partying on masks, so clearly she's not

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No. 11 Oregon beats Oregon State, will play for Pac-12 title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

No. 11 Oregon beats Oregon State, will play for Pac-12 title

"Anthony brown junior threw for two hundred seventy five yards and two touchdowns while running for another score in eleventh ranked Oregon's thirty eight twenty nine victory against Oregon state divine Williams had six catches for one hundred ten yards and a touchdown for the ducks who will play for the pac twelve title for the third consecutive season the chemistry between A. B. Williams well it is extremely important because you know like you said Johnny's out Michael Berman Johnny I mean read he's out so the chemistry there had to be tighter than ever before Oregon state's chance Nolan threw for three hundred eight yards and a pair of touchdowns he ran for another in the waning moments on the ferry

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Former Trump Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham Tries to Hock New Book on CNN

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Former Trump Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham Tries to Hock New Book on CNN

"So right before we get on the air as always I always scroll through social media and elsewhere And I'm looking and I see Stephanie Grisham the old White House press secretary who never gave one briefing and she's on CNN trying to hack a book Of course she worked in the Trump administration She's on CNN trying to hack a book right And it was so pathetic It was so said she's on with the hapless Breonna keeler and John Berman I think maybe 20,000 people watch that show total I think more people watch the commercials on my on my rumble channel on a Sunday at two than are watching CNN at that time right And she's there like I should have left the Trump administration so he wouldn't wear a mask Donald Trump it was so pathetic She's trying to hock a book It's just it's sickening It makes me want to vomit It was so sad to watch someone who proclaimed to be this big strong woman look at me Represent truth and justice and also and she's on CNN begging them for forgetting I should have quit the administration so much sooner And Brianna killer and John Berman are like like it's an inquisition We don't believe you young Stephanie repent more And she's like oh I'm sorry John I'm sorry Hold on Can I get down and genuflect in front of you by Brianna I'm so deeply sorry may I repent for my sins Breonna Oh Brianna please She's talking to two pee pe hoaxers pee pee tape officers who are Hunter Biden hoaxers and she's begging them for forgiveness It's so pathetic trying to hack a book is so sad Have some dignity

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Initiative Aims to Create Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 8 months ago

Initiative Aims to Create Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

"In the nineteen sixties. The threat of nuclear war inspired nations to negotiate an international treaty to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons. Now there's a similar growing call to prevent the spread of fossil fuels today. Fossil fuels are nuclear weapons. They are what is threatening our health. Our economic future and our global security. That's a poor chair of the fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty initiative. The group is calling for nations to develop a plan to stop producing. Fossil fuels and fully transitioned to clean renewable energy more than four hundred organizations thirteen hundred academics and researchers and cities including los angeles and barcelona have endorsed the initiative. Berman says the treaty is needed because although many countries have set climate goals few of taken serious steps to halt a production a fossil fuels. Almost every single country will tell you that we can't stop producing oil gas and coal because other countries aren't so we'll be uncompetitive. She says an international treaty could help create a coordinated plan for countries to take this critical step

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Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Found Guilty of Murdering Susan Berman

Ben Shapiro

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Found Guilty of Murdering Susan Berman

Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?

Science Vs

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Where Did Body Mass Index Originate?

"Today. We're looking at whether it really is that bad for your health to be fat and a quick note about our words in this episode. A lot of people don't like the words overweight or obese. Some people prefer the term fat as a neutral way to describe a person's body like tall but not everyone is comfortable with using fat this way and meanwhile overweight and obese have specific definitions medicine. So we're going to end up using all these terms but we'll try to be careful about when and why we use them okay so in order to talk about this at all we've got to with the bmi the body mass index every stat. You've never heard about how many americans are overweight comes from this measure. Hundreds of thousands of studies rely on it. It's a staple of modern medicine. So where on earth did it come from to find out. We're going to go back to the nineteen fifties do the university of minnesota's football stadium. The golden gophers are battling it out in the big ten conference. Our story starts down in the depths of the stadium entered through gate twenty seven. Just as if you had a ticket gate twenty so and then there's a maze of of hallways and offices along under the sloping of the The bleachers above this is henry blackburn. He's taking us to the lab where the bmi was born. He's a professor emeritus and minnesota so When when we worked there on a saturday could hear a distant rumble. When the minnesota eighteen got a touchdown run out and run up the causeway and see if we could see the extra point kick sometimes invaded by berman. Because of all those who left the stands and the carter but it was our place. Were very much at home. There and one thing they were doing and as weird lab was trying to answer this big question. How much fat do we have in our bodies. This was important because scientists figured it was the first step and understanding whether fat is bad for us

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"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:30 min | 11 months ago

"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Berman and my Garrido. We are 7 10 w o R. Alright, So let me just talking about selling fake art. If you guys want to know what fake art is? Check out Hunter Biden start all right. Ellen. I don't know if you followed this story. You may have been away when this popped, but so hunter Biden who? Um Well, could be one of the sketchiest people on the planet. Who collected a no show job in Ukraine for $50,000 a month who had about $2.5 million wired to his bank account from China. He is, of course, the son of our wonderful president Joe Biden. Hunter. Biden is a painter and his art is going up for sale in and here's something I'd be curious to get your opinion on. The Biden administration wants to have a nondisclosure agreement. So anyone who buys his art does not have to reveal who they are. Now. Could it be possible? That may be the Chinese. The Ukrainians might want to pay Hunter Biden 505 $100,000 price for his paint by numbers Koala bear so that they can get access. Too many numbers go Allah bear, but the way I read it, see you. I read it totally different. I read that They don't want to identify who these people are. So there's no hint of any kind of coercion. Yeah, that's good. That's the White House spin. That's the one he believes. Yeah, Yeah, I thought it was going to big bite since I thought it was good. Really? Here's a Here's another question. Lynn. Here's a guy the first time he's ever painted pictures. How many people have put their have painted pictures and things and put them on for sale. You think the first time artist is going to get $500,000 and dollars? Well, if they do, I'm a try. I may switch to art. I never studied art college, and, uh, it is a pretty good idea. Let's let's doesn't bother you. This is just damn. Come on. Don't don't know who's paying. So there's no uh you know, there's no influence peddling. That makes sense. But that's exactly why they're not going to be transparent because the people who are going to buy it are going to be influenced peddling. Why don't you just admit something that the mainstream media should have said? If Trump does it, he's guilty. If the Bidens do it, we like Joe, if he's got a pad his retirement account through his son, That's okay because he believes in the things that we believe in. If you would just admit that then at least you're being open and honest. Wow, I believe that the first part, I thought you were making some sense about If Trump did it. It was wrong. But anyway, then you went off the rails. Yeah. The reason fake art came up. So I want to ask you about this. Have you heard of an artist Keith Herring? Of course. Yeah. He was a very famous artist in the Seventies into the eighties. He did a lot of he was actually did a lot of graffiti that became famous art. And then he died of AIDS, and his heart became extremely valuable after his death, Okay, And then, uh, Jean Michele, am I pronouncing this correctly Best Fast. Fast school Basquiat. Well, apparently what? No, That's what I want to ask you. I admit up front most famous artists. Well, the latter half of the 20th century Basquiat at best Cats painting sells for, like $175 million. I never heard of him. But I I If now, if you told me Picasso or, uh Rembrandt about money about Hockney. Well, I know Hockney now because of that, they guys the pool, but that's Joe, like, Thank you guys at the pool. Yeah. Michael, you heard of Jean Michel best get a lot. Whatever you heard of this guy, Of course, he's one of the most. Tell the truth, Joe. Joe? No, I had no idea anyway, The FBI arrested the guy who's selling fake artwork by by both of Keith Haring and and Basquiat. So that's That's why I brought that up. Because that's where the fake art the fake heart story really wasn't Hunter Biden, although you spun it well, that is fake heart. Of course, do you think? Thank Ireland If you look damn artist. No, I just thought is multi talented. He's obviously an oil and gas expert. I will tell you obviously fluid Chinese that he's a great artist. I don't know why you're putting down this guy who has so many attitudes. Well, hold. Hold the fort here. I will tell you what Hunter Biden is. He is a great artist. He is a great scam artist. That's what country.

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"berman" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"berman" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Hi i'm carrie. Ann olas creator and host of jury. Duty the trial of robert durst for the last couple of weeks. We've had some issues with our sound mixing. Her music levels have been too high relative to the dialogue in the podcast. We've tried to address each and every one of those issues. And if you remove the downloaded episode from your device and then reload it you should hear the audio in its proper calibration. We apologize for any inconvenience. There are some areas where the quality of the recorded audio is beyond our control. We have attempted where possible to clarify the content of that audio to those of you who offered constructive commentary about the issue. We appreciate you carrying enough to weigh in and now without further ado. Here's our latest episode of jury. Duty the trial of robert durst. She had decided to follow and be much apart. She could of the adaptation of book to the movies. She went out to take l. a. By storm joey bound gold. Another writer was the maid of honor. Lorraine newman had hosted a wedding shower through and it was a spectacular. Bob was there. Of course he walked. Susan down the aisle she also returned to the subject that was near to her heart and always seemed to prove successful. And that was las vegas. We developed a routine. Whenever i'd come to la. I take her out to lunch. Nate nells we would go there. I would order like enough food for me for her. For two or three dinners we would cover the table with food. She would eat little and we pack it all up and take the leftovers back. I just come back from la and the phone rings. And it's her agent and eases. Look i gotta tell you something Susan berman was murdered. In fact i was so incensed. That i found the investigating detective and i said look. This is who i am here my credentials. This has nothing to do with the mom said. Yeah we figured that out. Welcome back to season. Two of jury duty the trial of robert durst host carry anthony's as reported in our bonus episode on sunday the jury has begun to hear testimony from witnesses called by the prosecution already in the first two weeks of the trump proceedings. Tensions run high in the courtroom with verbal attacks from the attorneys being volleyed from side to side. Later in this episode. We'll discuss the news from the trial for now. I'm joined by my co host brittany bookbinder to discuss our latest segment on the life of susan. Berman the woman that robert durst is charged with murdering britney. What stuck out to you about our last episode two weeks back on susan berman's life first of all. I think it's striking that after losing her parents and going through this horrible depression she suddenly. Has this creative surge and seems to find her voice with that piece about not getting laid in san francisco which by all accounts was satire. According to her friends she was unqualified to write. That one. right. Yeah i mean. It's no wonder that launched her career. It was basically click bait before there was click bait. You know that's a great way of putting it actually. It did occur to me that there's almost a greek tragedy quality that susan berman's life and specifically in the span of about two months. Susan experienced the incredible high of robert durst hosting a book. Party for her memoir. Easy street that was in november of nineteen eighty-one and then if the prosecution's case is to be believed just over a month after that she helps bob durst cover up the murder of his wife. Kathy yeah that's a great point. It's like she made a deal with the devil you know as you say if the prosecution's case is to be believed bob does her a favor throwing her the book party and then when he calls in a favor she's got to pay the piper. We'll hear more about that. And how everything went downhill for susan in third and final installment on susan berman's life once again we'll hear from susan's friends. And sometimes we'll hear from her in her own words as written in her memoir easy street the true story of a mob family and is read by actress. Alanna zana's that's coming. Up in this episode of jury duty trial of robert durst right after the break in part to in our series on the life of susan berman. We heard how susan hit her. Stride is a journalist and author in new york city one month. After susan celebrated her success with the book party kathy durst. The wife of susan's best friend robert durst went missing los angeles. Prosecutors.

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"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"And to continue to take action in life is experiments, you said and encourages ability to be afraid, you know to be afraid and and and find the course of action right around it knowledge faith in action equals courage. I mean, you've given the listeners to a good road map. So we all we all stand at a threshold of greatness and we choose to be courageous to walk through the door. What's your next door? Brian Berman? Where you going now? That's a good question. I mean to me it is. It starts with like what do I what do I want? I want to work with people that I like that I trust and you make me better it really is that simple I want to work with Elite people that want to take on faith invention projects and I want to build what I call my own courage Brands to yeah. So, you know, even we're building and leading courage Brands and we're we're turning companies from maybe a coward. Bran Thursdays is Brandon to encourage bread and we might need a whole nother episode on that. But then like how come back together or will meet for a bagel in the city or something. Love it off. Then I also have my own career and called sock problems and and the idea is good. I take everything. I learned in the book and apply it I think a lot of people write books as you know, and sometimes people their ideas and learning the theory versus actually operationalizing them. So lots of stock company that actually eats Ox Ox different problem in the world. So if you want to gun violence or you wanted to Sock cancer dead One of the soccer racism each Sox different problem and we're actually sending targeted cash back to different expert part, fantastic. So movember for stock prostate cancer or Trevor Project for sake just two examples and we actually won't make assoc unless it's associated with the problem. So, you know, I feel like there's so much to learn and grow and my personal mantras patiently Relentless. So he's going on the journey well said see where it goes but I want to do do that. I want to I want to help companies be more courageous. I want to help people be more courageous and then I want to launch my own courage. A fantastic Orion. It's been a real pleasure having you on the show enjoyed it a great deal. So I'll make you a promise that any given time you ever need someone to stand next to you guys in the middle of a street battle where you need to be courageous. I'll come and stand with you. So thank you for being on the show. Same same here man. I'll bring my nunchucks. Tell me where fantastic listen. I like. I'm not sure. Okay with meeting in San Diego. I'm looking at meeting in Manhattan. I'm okay meeting in London it all works. Maybe we'll do all three cities. Why not? Why not? We still got some tread on the tires ideal? Well, thank you right. It's great. I love you Santa Grupo welcome to today's episode of the roots of leadership. I hope that you take to heart some of the things that that Ryan said today some of the things he and I talked about and know you can do it. We belong you. Have a great day..

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"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"So to me knowing and feeling that we don't actually do and take action and the irony here Anthony is 2 or 3 in any direction is is not courage. So knowledge and Faith of no action is paralysis and faith in action without knowledge is reckless and in my experience knowledge and action without faith. If you're numb on the inside, if you're going through the motions, you're probably working on status quo that is not a courageous move. It has to be all three for you to know you're doing something courageous. Yeah, you know, you just you just put in part of the equation that I think we can put into a into a formula off that we cuz we both share a similar philosophy and I'm very fortunate to be in a studio today on the roots of leadership with Ryan Berman founder of courageous keynote speaker author and Leader dog. Group, you know Ryan when you said knowledge Faith and Action equals courage, I've always defined fear as a total loss moments. I've said to people wage going to grow up to be afraid of those moments you let get away and when you just said that it really triggered it for me right that that it brings it together the idea of doing it and and continue to take action because wage look let's have a conversation about something is people when they they have that aspiration. They have that energy. They they have the passion and then when they get into the work environment or a big company or somewhere where they have supervisors direct leaders forecast strategic plans board meetings, they start To acquiesce, they start to conform when in reality they were hired. To be Fearless. What do we say to those people? What do we say to the ones that are listening right now that have started to conform because then they started to conform because they felt they had to in order to fit in a Yeah. Yeah, I think the answer is to fit out. Yeah, that's why you were hired in the first place. And if if you ask me to you know, you pull a Ryan Berman string, you know, I I do believe that courage is Regret in church, you know, and and so you're being asked to push the team along and you know without that that uncomfortableness. It's not going to be a courageous move and you know that and and so yes. That to me. I think the other big layer on top of this is maybe there were dealing with a bit of a Clarity epidemic. We're not clear as to the decisions that were making right. So like you said you you get logged into the gauntlet of a corporation and now you've got you know your boss telling you one thing and maybe the Wall Street saying something else and your employees are demanding something else, but the customer's always right in there saying this thing next thing, you know, you've got 11 Doors to look at you don't know which one to open and caring like cloudy time. You don't know which door to go through and so, you know, a lot of my work has been dissecting this idea of Okay, if knowledge faith in action is the definition of courage then which knowledge should I really be following and like how do you build internal and external Faith with your employees and with prospects customers and then what we can do about it? Like let's go. Let's take the action off of that and that's really like the beauty of return on Courage is the the front half of the book is the why now, why now ball things? I feel like I asked her just the answer..

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"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"berman" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"Welcome to the roots of leadership with Anthony gruppo. This is Anthony Grupo and you're going to love this episode. Welcome to the roots of leadership. I'm here in London and my guest Ryan Berman is sitting in San Diego Ryan. Welcome to the show. Hey, how's it going man? Fantastic? Well, you know really honored that you came on the show today Ryan. I just really have a lot of respect for what you've achieved my friend, you know founder of courageous keynote speaker authors return on courage and fellow podcast host. Yeah, he got it. So with with your background the podcast could last five days, but we'll try to keep it in a normal try to talk about normal. What is the longest episode? Can we break the record today? I think we can let's give it a ride. Okay. So Ryan, you know, I I as Becky lamanna our producer and I were walking about you you've done so many things. How what's taking up most of your time now? Because your man who's who's done a great deal? It's such a good question. And and I don't see it that way by the way, like I feel like I'm just doing what I'm supposed to be doing. So I don't really feel like I've done so many things. I mean, I think I'm doing exactly the thing I should be doing right now. And you know, I to be honest like with with everything that's happening with this pandemic if there was like a pie chart of my time I'd say a third of my time right now is really on the leadership side..

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"berman" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy

A Cuppa Happy

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"berman" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy

"Hello I'm John. Stone. Thanks for joining me for a cup of coffee. I spent the last two years sending my son's in every country in the world and they lucky enough to meet incredible people from all walks of life. What really struck me if that no matter where we are, we're all on the same mission. Is trying to find our version of happy. With this podcast I'm going to be speaking to a whole host of people. To dig deeper into the what why, and how this emotion. Equal. I with these conversations, you discover something to help you on your own quest for happiness. Possibly change your mind things. And along the way Jarod. Good. Love me and my guess. Today's guest is a woman on a mission to help couples and individuals around the world love and be loved better. She's one of the world's top sex therapists and the best selling author of books including real sex, real women and quantum love. I learned so much about how we interact as people during this chat including y sadly, the infatuation phase has to end in our romantic relationships. Along with the possible reasons for my favorite L. Complex. I hope you get something good from this check his the lovely Laura Berman. I had I know it's lovely to meet you. It's lovely to meet you too. I've been watching you and listening to all of your advice and tell you many notes Oh. Yes. So I was really interested to learn. Why you became a sex therapist I cup a you a couples therapist or a sex therapist. So both. Birth I actually started out intended to become a couples therapist. Couple service and that's what I was trained for but. So I can give you A. I'll give you like main by main pat answer which kind of truth pathetic can also give you a sort of a little bit of the backstory as well. But that will remain answer is that I? AM This is true when I was in graduate school all for some reason every time you know when you're in graduate school, you have cases you you're working with cobbles and then you have. A professor who sort of your supervisor, an experienced clinician who you go to after each session, they give you advice and guidance in whatever, and so every couple was seeing was talking to me about their special problems, which makes sense right? She's a master of any relationship, of course, right and then when I bring this issues to my professor, didn't matter who my supervisor was They would look at me like some sort of weird perver-. Talking to me about these things, they didn't have anything to tell me about what to do how did address it it still seems crazy to me how many couples therapists do not touch sex with a ten foot pole which seems insane to me but they feel today even a I see so many couples who come to me after having seen so many other couples therapist we tell them on the first session that we have this problem and I get it on a certain level because a couples therapist is thinking wow. The reason you have a sexual problem is because you don't communicate or because there isn't trust or because whatever, and that's true. To an extent, but you know you can't. So I just decided not yes..

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"berman" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"berman" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I've got Ryan Berman on the Line Ryan. How are you? Sir, what's Michael Kazeem Quarantine Been Corentin spin productive and it's it's funny with my back story and burn eleven years ago and lost everything all that kind of stuff. So with the people are experiencing the losses if they're losing right As far as their jobs income things like that is very similar. So what happened to me? Over a decade ago. So now it's not. A great everything's fine, but it's still. It triggered me initially. Why my so down, what's going on here? Who's great healthy got plenty of food get the paper. We're good. You know there's no no issues here in the realized. Okay. You're you're living a pass trauma that you didn't fully address so. Quickly and And everything's been good and just doing everything that I can't help anybody that I can and making sure that take care myself how about you? No I mean a lot of make sense. I'm a self starter. Not much of the self stopper. So, sometimes it gets me in trouble? Now here I am in my efficient office and A. Video. But this is where welcome to the courage gave which is basically me hijacking my four old daughter's room turning it into an office. And Yeah I mean it's just I feel like. I've said, yes, a lot more. Than I probably would, and it's just how do you help people who who can I help out help them. let me listen and then you know take despite his skills, the superpowers that we have and try to make sense of somebody's idea and up sort of like put them in the right direction and. If they need me I'm here. They're very similar. This awesome house good stuff. So you're the founder of courageous which when I saw the name like, okay, there's interesting name for business of tell us about that. You know Y in y you launched your own business and some extra here. Yeah I'm a recovering ad guy. I spent fifteen years last teen years running creative agencies and started in your city learning from some amazing storytellers. When advertising really really mattered I mean advertising still matters. But like this was like the Golden Age TV and worked on the subway in Volvo and. schering-plough this a great place to get going and No little too much now that I've run aid creative agencies as long as I've had. So really was like well how I just. Best help clients get clear on what their story is. And you know we're living not only do we have this paralyzing pandemic got clarity epidemic and so You know this cloudy time and clients are they have all these choices and they don't know which one to go through and some sometimes when you're so close to the Kool aid, you need to hire somebody like Guston were the way I describe us as a bit like a special forces unit. So it's like ninety percents Swat team ten percents search consultant where we're listening to a client's problem where they need change and if we're GONNA talk about change, you're GonNa talk about courage. On the courage to dress that change and rebuilding our teams. Back from the problems that they have. So it's the right team to take on the issues. Of Fun Gaggy this year alone we've worked with season entertainment, the NFL Gibson Guitars..

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"berman" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

#hottakeoftheday

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"berman" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"Current storage levels compared to the five-year average in. You would think that that's a pretty straightforward simple thing to do that. Everybody would do, but they don't. Don't ask me why. I'm like the only person at least publicly that puts that information out there and if you look at. The. Website they always show you know what the five year average is for gas for oil, but Just aren't a heck of a lot of people I. I don't think I do anything other than say Oh okay, we're higher were lower. Whatever, but that's a a hugely. It's the most important. Single tool I have again. It's not a silver bullet, but it's a great way of sort of leveling or equalizing all these dozens or hundreds of other factors I consider so before we pivot to talking more natural gas because you know I really like in for the listeners who who don't follow art at Art Berman Dot Com I really suggest that you do and certainly follow him on. Link dimmed because. His his articles that he comes out, within is probably once once a week once every two weeks, but but they're really. They're really thoughtful and insightful, and they sorta summarize the data position and I one of them about a month and a half ago was sort of like oil is dead kind of and I think on, that I can't remember the exact title, but but you and I are I. Think very much aligned in terms of the US oil industry, the end of OPEC and the amount of storage that there is has a significant. Significant dampening effect on oil, one of the things that that I had sort of perceived would happen as associated gas alongside the four million barrels a day of oil, that I think declines in the next year year and a half that takes fifteen to twenty day off the market. You don't have strong prompt month pricing to be able to support a significant drilling and so firm transport. Aside it looked like gas was gonNA come down twenty cf day ish, maybe rebalance the market in in an electricity, neutral world and you. You really didn't agree. With that thesis and came out with something about natural gas sort of like the Bulls are wrong, I'm, let's talk about your natural gas thesis and and how? It differs from the market, which really ran natural gas players up from March until recently on this bowl gas thesis and they were so wrong. The. Gas prices last week were. Lower than they've ever been. We were down to a dollar fifty per M Btu and That's you know I mean. I haven't done the you know the CPI adjustment, but I mean that's that's the lowest prices of been at least since back in the nineteen nineties. So now why? Why is that because and again I think that the real thing and natural gas I. I was I'm a natural gas bowl in the twelve to eighteen month period. Certainly not now and then. There's a company Valuation Company leverage like what is the like? How do you play it? So I wasn't surprised in the short term, but I really didn't expect a buck forty eight, and then even more confusing to me is like twelve months out. It's two fifty. In terms of the Strip. Right well, so the I mean your logic. About associated gas from title, going down is airtight, and there's no problem there. The problem is that that's just one piece of the story. And so you gotta look at. Consumption And you have to look at demand and and so demand. Nieto's is different than consumption, because demand is consumption plus net exports. And also some movements in and out of storage, but so the US is exporting. Nine BC after day right now or well, as of recently, today is is is less but. But that's that's ultimately part of our supply and all of those export approvals are conditional. On the Department of Energy Saying you know this doesn't in any way threatened the you know the well being and security of the United. States I'm not suggesting that they're going to pull those approvals, but but the other part of all this is that natural gas demand in price in the world is way down. And, so I mean the price in Europe is like ten cents more than the Henry Hub spot price in the united. States, let doesn't come close to covering transport costs and liquefaction costs, and all of that, so overseas buyers or cancelling contracts on LNG right and left in so suddenly a whole bunch of that. Day is now available for domestic consumption. I mean the market's flooded with with with natural gas. The consumption side okay so. So. Production goes down, but what about consumption? While mean we're? We're in a depression right now. So should it surprise anyone that we're going to consume? Less gas doesn't surprise me. What about whether? We had one of the coolest maize on record which means that people weren't using air conditioning very much, and so you know you put all those pieces together, and in which ended up with was less than a dollar fifty per MCI ethanol gas bowls or saying. WHAT THE HECK! How did that happen? Well, you know like you said I I wasn't calling. It I was just saying this is the reality. And and then, and then you know I go through the process of saying well I. Don't believe anybody's forecasts, but let's just.

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"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Now lane Berman and Michael Riedel morning everyone on Wednesday yesterday towards the end of the show we had a wonderful conversation Michael with cardinal Dolan really a source of comfort so some wisdom from from the cardinal we're gonna replay that interview coming up in about six forty I thought I thought he was just tremendous yes they Michael he was terrific absolute drive and I've never spoken the cardinal before but he sounds like a regular guy you know you think we talk about someone wearing all those robes and you know all those of a gold stuff and all that stuff that they have there at the archdiocese you think of somebody is going to be very serious and sort of above it all but he sounds like a guy get a beer with around the corner of the pub when it when it opens he is the one time I met him was at the ballpark if he gave in the Hey Carl how you do it you know he we had a beer in his hand and he was enjoying the game they also funny because I introduced him as Natalie instructed me to you must call in his eminence but he's right he doesn't sound like anybody who would be named his eminence now comes across as a good guy we have you coming up for you and we have to say we got to give that to Natalie because Natalie was on top of that and she's the one who got the cardinal for so Natalie can you get the pope tomorrow sure what I'm asking but a bass got it is that is that would be kudos to Natalie for getting us you know cardinal Dolan and and on we go we have got a congressman Peter king coming up later this morning and a and a whole bunch of guests coming your way but Hey I before we went to break you wanted to contrast Joe Biden and Andrew Cuomo right all right so I did here's some slack well let me set it up here because there's a lot of you know chatter behind the scenes that of Biden can go the distance as they say in the movie Hercules and if you know the needs more oxygen any falls by the wayside someone's got to step in to run against trump and people are looking at Andrew Cuomo thinking this could be the guy well here's by yesterday he was on with Jake tapper how did he sound for the next round of primaries including I have not talked to any individual I mean I have to cough into your elbow I don't know Sir as I learned that actually covering your White House actually that actually that's true but fortunately I'm alone in my home but that's okay well that's a pretty solid Noam did you hear that I mean is there any dome I gotta ask is only half do you think Joe Biden is ultimately going to be the nominee of the Democratic Party now said it goes the distance there's no way he goes that he can't he can't go especially with everything going on in the world this the corona viruses killed his campaign and Alcorn was the only thing that can rescue the Democrats I think well well well let's play some probably think you sounds all stronger here he what am I going to do with four hundred ventilators when I need thirty thousand you pick the twenty six thousand people who are going to die because you only sent four hundred ventilators he says a little hysterical.

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"berman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"berman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Berman sports flat alright bill Matthew Stafford won't play Sunday and that according to Matt Patricia that's the third straight game the lions quarterback will miss that means Jeff Driskell gets the start under center once again for Detroit cowboys linebacker laden veterans will not play Sunday the patriots because of a neck injury is considered week to week bad news for the Steelers two of their top offensive players around you just miss Schuster and James Connor officially out for the game against the Bengals AJ green will set another week for Cincinnati giants have ruled out tied into the main room and run those him for their game against the bears and speaking of the bears they'll go with which Stravinsky at quarterback against the giants Titans tight and the lady Walker has a bad ankle is doubtful to play against the Jaguars baseball news the white Sox's Jose braille the greeted terms on a three year fifty million dollar contract we also have college hoops news Oklahoma state announces it has received a notice of allegation from the NC double a the level one violation involving former assistant coach Lamont evidence meanwhile on the hardwood tonight in the college game number nine Kentucky halfway through the first half trailing mount Saint Mary's twenty two nineteen number one two halfway through the first half then they trailed Georgetown twelve to five earlier tonight number twenty two Texas California sixty to forty five meanwhile the NBA oxen pistons underway in Detroit first quarter pistons we do twenty two seventeen wizards lead the Hornets twenty six twenty three of the first in.

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"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Berman and Michael read off what more of New York is waking up to W. O. R. a few minutes ago Joe we're dealing with some of the entertainment news of the day and and and one story that ran out we ran out of time let's see on Broadway final performances been announced for January the fifth I have to tell you I'm stunned I thought the show was just just to reflect they took the movie and they they made a horrific Broadway show they changed a lot of it and I thought it was just great and I'm frankly shocked they are going to go on a national tour which will start in buffalo next fall but she's like yeah hello ignore your a Broadway criticisms and your critiques from now on really only of the sea you thought was a great show I did so you know what I don't thought Hamilton sucks what a great show and did well and I just I'm looking forward to talking to Michael about it honestly because he feels he like he enjoyed like taught all right good show and yeah honestly the the person who who is the main character which of course not just blinking out right send Tina yes was fantastic he was great but there were a lot of great just like best level who was in the problem the problem was great people loved it but they have a short shelf of I think people just move on they see what see it in a move on now same Tino Fontana he won the Tony but I will tell you that the Michael real made a great point he said you know believe it or not the movie now is is old enough where wouldn't have the impact he said young people don't know the movie brand and they think it's some kind of trans gender with it they don't they don't know older right yeah there was a hold and that's kind of a delicate subject now yeah and I didn't yeah what's really interesting though is that these shows like you said have a life after Broadway they go out on the road and they make fun of money going across the country I toast ratio yeah Hey I so we're obviously Peter Caine yesterday making the big news that he will not seek a fifteenth term is a long island congressman we were the first interview he did yesterday morning at six forty well early on Omar you know the democratic a woman from a Minnesota she tweeted out good riddance Peter king is Islamophobia held McCarthy I hearings targeting American Muslims and there are too many mosques in this country and he blamed Eric garner for his own death at the hands of police well your king guy when you think you know I don't remember did did he hold these hearings on yeah how many years ago closes after nine eleven and it yeah so I was fully tuned in back there was the big debate about whether a mosque should be located near ground zero I remember that debate yeah yeah and I I mean I know what we did have a discussion early on when he was on the show the thought surveillance of moss was a good idea yeah yes I do remember that also you pointed out it does mention is the times article that he was once an ardent backer of the terrorist group the Irish Republican yeah he did yeah he's he's been seen with the sh the shin Fane leader Gerry Adams I guess when you're around long enough to gonna get John someone look at I didn't really have a disagreement with some on the supporting the IRA either so you had a lot of Irish people do yeah exactly Hey did you see the a police commissioner had to go Genya flecked in front of al Sharpton yesterday that surprised me white instructing go meet with him what exactly go to shop inside court right now that's that's the way it has to play these days you know and obviously what was on Sharpton's mind was the fact that German Shea was selected commissioner and not been Tucker at so.

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"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Berman and Michael Riegel in the morning. seven ten W. O. R.. mandatory moment of silence governors imposing on everybody for tomorrow yeah I don't really think the state should be. forcing anybody to have a moment of silence seems as well as not religious so it's not in a yeah separation of church and state I think it exceeds the limits of what the state should be able to do well did happen here. in New York I don't know I don't but can you mandate a moment of silence of whatever the challenges of the ACLU yeah if the ACLU it because they always think of those unpopular cases. well who would oppose it I'm for water on what grounds would you oppose a so if you don't know the governor signed into law a bill yesterday that there will be a moment of silence and all new York's schools right on nine eleven AM and thoughts and prayers about the the victims of nine eleven well let's say for the sake of argument yeah you are of Muslim kid who believes that the United States says doing all kinds of things in the Middle East that it shouldn't be doing and I got what it deserved it's a fair argument on your that's a terrible position at but not have it in this in this country you are free to have that argument and I wonder if the ACLU would take that up and if they win a second and I know this kid doesn't want to observe the moment of silence well I don't think well that would be if there were some kind of punishment I don't think I mean if a kid doesn't I'm I soon they're gonna ask the kids to stand into among the silence what if some kid doesn't understand well then then he gets punished for that if that what with the taking our hypothetical argument I extreme right if the kid doesn't want to stand for that and gets punished for that then I think the ACLU would would jump in that kind of thing Iran's you have to state of Natalie wood notice you got kids in school they still have to say the pledge of allegiance. every morning we did you know now they're in high school I think they still do I've never asked about high school but they always did in middle school in grammar school I used to lead over the yes speaker I'll give course she said yeah I did but if somebody didn't want to stand. I don't think they're going to make an issue out. yeah I don't mind it might get ridiculed from the other kids I'm not mistaken I have this memory of them adding the word under god that's how far I go back I think the whole was apple but I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America I don't think it was always in there I don't I don't think so I seem to remember them add under god pretty sure. what your that happen under. this would be like ninety twenty six no I was. remember that under god. no but I don't think it was the original pledge really I think that was added on on most of an act of Congress I don't know and I was gonna check that out we are one nineteen fifty four and you remember when it was I knew a why do. well I had that I was I was six months all the time but I remember someone telling me about it okay sure. it was added on flag day June fourteenth there you go on my birthday so and and president trump's worth it was that was that active caught with Congress have done that I would assume huh. if by law by law says Congress they make the Larry's red landed. eight years old this Robert's rules of order is very much much older than I Len Berman constitutional authority I just don't but I. but remember that I remember that being an issue as all the reading of the guy did not that bad anything to me what do they say that they had they taken under god out now in the pledge now what does it do an atheist well you are then you don't say it did you say the pledge of allegiance of course I did did you say under god I was fourth graders for Ford but did you say under god of yours I wanted to become an atheist. you know six seven. thank you for your fourth grader not until college. Hey I know you we have the two soaring beams of light that'll be turned that's always very idea and I'll see that coming in the next morning I guess yeah right right right I would like to look at it now sometimes if you look at it for a while you see these things fluttering through it you know what they are I read the story idea and I realize that yeah and up and apparently it coincides with the migration migration of the birds but the problem is that the birds are unable to veer away they're they're attracted to the a light there pulled off course the puts them at risk of deadly exhaustion or injury and the calls to one of their can be heard in the lights and that scientists say adds to their confusion so the site design saying don't put on a lights are well the lights they in danger some a hundred sixty thousand birds a year. so I don't know what do you do. with the lights on I'm sorry birds. I think it's very touching when those two beams of light from where the building still I know but you want to have all these birds confused and flying into each other what do they do they have a really this is what I this is the New York times or the paper you don't buy wait a second that this we're going out for eighteen years old as of now they decided this initial but he decided to study it and the birds are confused I'm sorry that they're confused. my apologies to all those bird lovers out there well you know what they should do they should be knowing that this is gonna happen every year they should just delay their migration by day or so tell the birds please. your call jet blue. no don't don't take off on September change free at the end up back at the twelfth it is such a typical New York times story though casting doubt I know everything it's like the there breathlessly saying the birds are in danger so clearly everyone remembers the exact moment I mean what was your moment like eighteen years ago tomorrow I went to vote it was a primary I want to vote for Herman video he was running on the Republican ticket for mayor and what and when I was coming back I know is that you know was Rudy Republican. that doesn't know Rudy wasn't gonna run again remember was a primary it was a prime all kids memory wasn't running on his his matter or I run into and primary and I came back from the voting booth they're in the west bath where I vote and as I was walking down riverside riverside highway the website how it should say I noticed this big black gash in smoke coming out of the top the world trade so you thought you just looked up and saw yeah I could could miss it you know there was and I remember thinking well I know what the headline I know the front page of your presidency borrow a small plane hit the well that's what everyone thought a transitional. and then I went to talk to my door man for a bit he he hadn't seen it happen but he was looking at it now we're all working in assessing it I do remember construction worker saying that's not a small plane that whole cannot because by small plane but I really thought it's got to be a you know played right lost its way or something like that right the pilot had a harder with the pick a big airliner with would go into the building now right and then I went. upstairs and I got in the shower to get ready for work and my phone rang I picked it up it was a friend is another plane hit the south tower and I looked out my window once again the instant I read about I'm found out about my son was living on Thompson street the time yet elige he heard the plane go over his apartment a lady just called me up and said turn on TV that's always at just turn on the TV right and you know I didn't know what was going on a small bowl in the second one well sure instantly in my head terrorism yeah but it wasn't until that second here in our pal Warner Wolfe we took we talked to yesterday you know Warner live down in tribeca right there and he called he was on the don Imus radio show he called and I miss it he said he saw and heard this plane flying really low going right over the sock crash into the building yeah sure is on the air the rest of the day. it wasn't a now and some anyway tomorrow is the eighteen yeah unbelievable all right when we get back police think they have found the murder weapon used on the missing Connecticut mom we have the details. let me tell you something Michael you know the balance of.

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"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"berman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Berman and Michael real in the morning on seven ten W. will thank you for everybody and joining us this morning rich Lowry our friend is the editor of the National Review and he has a new book coming out soon called the case for nationalism how it may this powerful United and free sounds like a terrific book at a time when the left once its identity politics to divide us good morning to you rich Hey has gone that so my first question for you rich is an economic one are we really in danger of a recession or is the mainstream media that hates trump so much flogging this notion of a recession so that it will happen because a beat might be the only way they can defeat trump for reelection yeah well no one ever got rich following my economic advice but that out there first but my best understanding of the evidence from friends to do follow this closely and are very credible is there there are signs of a slowdown there's possibly possible there'd be a recession not likely but the the downside scenario for trump is more at at a market slowdown that makes people feel a little less good about the economy and makes it a little less a breaking point but I do think the media they they've they've there to our words they they love one is racist and the other is recession and and that kind of is really enjoy the prospect of recession that would make it really hard for him to win reelection I think they pretty much exhaust the possibilities of of of races because that hasn't got them anywhere so now I think they're switching to recession yeah so I mean it's scary thing is no official of the up front page article about this today if there were a real slow down what would we do you know we've already cut taxes were spending a lot of money the deficit so trillion dollar you know over a trillion dollars at at a time when the economy is still growing and the sad already has interest rates pretty well so let let's just hope for the good of the country we don't go there and then also a lot of parts of the country where it let the good times the growth it has only reached there recently yeah at ten years after the financial meltdown so to dip back into recession would be catastrophic for those for those folks so it would just be better for for everyone if it didn't happen Hey rich it's Joe you know the democratic party's new tactic now at least today anyway is to try and paint trump is a radic as unstable and dangerous and and they point to the the little gaggle that he did yesterday and I must say he was all over the place he's made these wild statements then the chosen one this and that and then mark it is it dangerous for him to do these sorts of things you know I I think it is a lack of discipline and his inability and I'd also underline unwillingness to rein himself in a little bit make him vulnerable to that charge I mean it did there there's no reason about you know eight out of every ten tweets there's no reason to to send them that those goggles a really entertaining they are the trump trump was that the press loves it no matter how much they say they hate him they they love every minute of it you know fills the cable hours with with entertainment and outrage but I do think it's bad for his his presidency I I can't we may have talked about this before I don't I can't quantify you know to the shave five point office approval ratings or or more or less I don't know but it's definitely dampens and it's not good for him as is not good for our our public discourse for everyone to be stirred up into this crazy for off all the time when really nothing is happening you know we're not really gonna break up with Denmark when I can buy green land Anthony Scaramucci is not going to get a primary challenge could happen but it's all it's all out there and just feed sick the constant Twitter in cable commentary and outrage do you enjoy that he was being the center of it yeah yeah I think we says I'm the chosen one I think he's kind of Gideon joking around but I do think that you know he's right about something though he is the only president who is really taking on our problems with China everybody else seems it's just one of her other handsome Sir okay let trying to steal our intellectual property let them manipulate the currency let them not sell our goods are in China he's right to do something about China is he not rich it absolutely is and it's something I given credit for it where the consensus on the lead consensus on both sides was there's really not much to be done about it for a very long time and I was far that consensus too and I I think he he is lightly shaking the conventional wisdom on on China and open a lot of people died including my own I just skeptical of terrorists as a tactic I think they would've been different ways to go about it and what we're seeing now at least to some extent terrace yeah they they hurt the other guy they also hurt you and if you if you're a really strong economic position which it seems like we were for awhile and it seems like you're playing with house money yet go out with the terrorists but then if the tears begin to flow your own growth and and begin to lease raise the possibility of a a slowdown a recession then you're no longer playing with house money and then becomes a tactic that that you lose leverage over over cause is clearly hurting you too all right richer book the case for nationalism is coming out in the fall make the case for nationalism at a time when a lot of the liberal elites especially one of the more internationalist then they want to be nationalised yeah yes I I think it nationalisms really misunderstood term it's part of the fabric of this country and what made it great our revolution was nationalised the civil war in Lincoln were nationalist FDR was a nationalist his own way Reagan was a nationalist and his own way so it's it's a powerful and natural force and the Democrats really stupid to turn their back on it it's private trump had lost touch with it which I think is a bad thing and it's just the people want to govern themselves and put their their own interests first because they feel more natural connection to their countrymen and and that's just that's just the reality that's just human nature and it's it's foolish to try to to reject it or turn your back on it Hey Richard in our final many here I'm gonna ask about the the gun control debate trumps kind of boxed himself in here by saying he was in favor of background checks and I always kind of equivocating so what we're is a go well I don't think any universal background check law is gonna pass I think it's sick a similar dynamic after parkland where an initially he says our gonna do some when you do something we do background checks and then people get to him and say well it would would make any difference one and two it really be politically bad for you and I think both of those things are too true and when the reality hits him on that he he backs off and we we have already very robust regime a background checks I think the idea that he has floated that is worthy that I hope actually does pass to get signed as a so called red flag law where you where you at people near someone who's disturb can go to a judge a petition for that person to be denied the right to have a gun I think that would make a difference in some of these cases unfortunately nothing is gonna at and this phenomenon and highly all right rich Lowry editor of the National Review look for his book in the fall the case for nationalism thanks rich thanks a lot take it easy when we get back who are the top paid actors in Hollywood we have the list and here is the bizarre story of the day a senior citizen orgy help I'm great with your W. 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WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"berman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Berman sports flag right now we'll start with the baseball scoreboard fifth inning in Seattle Kyle Seager said all one for the mariners they've taken a two one lead on the Padres Yankees have a Thailand guy she'll come home run they leave the Orioles four to one in the fifth also when the fifth the brewers leave the pirate six to one fourth inning in Boston oils with the red Sox to nothing everything else final the Mets speed the marlin seventy two Alonso was thirty seven home run of the season Braves outscored the twins eleven seven how's the LBC two home runs Indian straight to from the Rangers and a double dip in Cleveland to nothing in the opener at five one in the night cap blue jays beat the rays of the drop in Saint Pete forty three white Sox eight one of the Tigers newly girly allied eight RBIs chart tying a franchise record Astros while the Rockies fourteen to three cards over the F. one X. ten to one Dodgers score two on the bottom of the night the walk up winners of the cardinals to the one next beat the giants for the one Phillies and Diamondbacks coming up in about an hour's time all news Seahawks tight end ed Dickson had knee surgery yesterday he's expected to miss the pre season the team hopes Dixon is back in four to five weeks the bears announced plans to build statues inform Soldier Field George Halas and Walter Payton the Pro Bowl will remain in Orlando for the fourth straight year and Josh Gordon has.

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"berman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"berman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Berman this is tested on the news and we are talking NFL football weekdays six AM eastern right here CBS sports radio Hey Broncos country this is the V. barber Brandon Tierney and I are talking NFL week days and one on extra sports thirteen hundred prescription price required online physician consultation are only available at the position determines prescriptions procreate see website for full details Hey guys good news the outrageously expensive little blue pill is now generic which means you can get the prescription medication to treat eating at affordable prices and hymns makes it extra affordable right now get your first month supply for free all you pay is just five dollars for your medical consultation when you go to for him dot com slash joy after that it's just thirty Bucks for a month supply sure beats paying big Bucks for just one blue pill doesn't it plus you will need an awkward and person doctor's appointment to get the prescription hence has doctors online who can prescribe the medication and a pharmacy since it right to your door it's affordable private and incredibly easy nobody likes dealing with the D. now thanks to Hans nobody has to and that's really good news to get your first order for just five Bucks you need to go to this exclusive address for him stock com slash joy that's for him dot com slash joy for your first month for just five Bucks F. O. R. H. I. M. S. dot com slash joy are you tired of the nightmare of trading in a market that feels rigged don't you just want to see your account balance grow and not feel so anxious about every single trade well it's time you discovered the money press the money press uses the new weekly options and market forces already taking place to create your very own growth in income printing press if consistent weekly income and spending twenty minutes a week of your computer is your thing then you've got to check out this real proof from my real brokerage account go to paycheck proof dot com you'll be able to watch a seven minute video detailing how it's done the best part is you can start small and go at your own pace if making an extra three to five thousand dollars per month has prevented you from being able to retire you definitely need to know about this even if you've been lazy and I'm lucky in.

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WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"berman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Berman this morning on CNN making stuff up just making things up. Adding words, names, and people to the phony, fake story to make it sound like it's really scary. Both of Ricky overnight, the American president, essentially invited Russia and any other foreign intelligence service. It feels like if to attack the twenty twenty election. Wow. That is just not even close to what happened, not even close to the truth. These invited Putin and any other country as he put the word essentially, which he thinks gives him out to what tamper with our twenty twenty elections. This is this is what he said, this is what passes for journalism at CNN. It's an absolute disgrace. John berman. He's, he's a democrat. And let's now the president again said, what Norway, and he's talking about meeting with the French and the British and the Irish and, and here comes Berman in from the Oval Office. For now. Here announced set of Russia has any on his opponents. He would be willing to listen. That's not what he, he didn't announce that he didn't say that. And that's just and where did Russia come into it? They're just leaving everything out of it except Russia, because they're demented. I mean, honestly, they have they have mental issues, and, and they're so obsessed with Russia. Now. You know what's his name? The Putin operative, George Stephanopoulos. He teed up. Well, what if Russia or China, you know, honestly, the Democrats and the media, but I repeat myself have been doing Putin's worked for them for the last two years. They're the ones that took the information operation that, that baton and have been running with it for two years. And it was all fake. It was all now, we know it all to be fake, but on CNN today, they're still selling the Russian conspiracy. Then they played a sound bite of President Trump, where they deliberately cut out his reference to Norway, and the other stuff. Four.

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"berman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"berman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Berman. Sports play. All right, Phil. We'll start pardon me in the NBA raptors and Sixers at the half of game three and the Sixers lead by double digits, sixty four fifty three quite a battle between Joel and beaten Kawhi Leonard too high scores for each team and beat as eighteen points and seven rebounds Kawai has seventeen points for Toronto. Of course the series tied at a game of peace. Sixers lead it by eleven they're apt to have it's sixty four fifty three. Elsewhere James harden practiced on Thursday, he'll be able to play in Saturday's game against the warriors. Of course, having trouble with the is the blurred vision after being hit by Draymond green Portland's mo- Arcus questionable for game three of that series. With an ankle sprain. Celtics president Danny aines has suffered a mild heart attack. The sixty year old age expected to make a complete recovery. The nets de ngelo. Russell was stopped at a New York airport was found to have marijuana in his bag. He was issued a summons to appear in court. All right, turning our attention now to hockey they played two periods of game four in Columbus. And the Bruins lead the blue jackets two to one. Of course, Columbus leads the series two to one birds Ron posture knocked the goals for Boston Pinera in for Columbus. Again, heading to the third period. Bruins lead to two one in game. Number four coming up at the top of the hour. It is also a game four out west between the sharks and the avalanche from Denver, San Jose. Of course, leads the series two games to one. I'm Jay Berman. This is Jim Rome. We are talking to the biggest names in all sports in the jungle. Tomorrow at noon eastern, nine Pacific on CBS sports radio CNN..

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